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L v f s1A t tlSliE IN 1i j t t I I r w SEMESaYL I XIV NO J WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 23 1907 Jt1100 PER YEALI s sDRy F TRl1 TY PRACTICAL pENTISTio QpfcC orer Har fon ArB 8er l1forkatraabtepd 1 u work gnattte4 I ffPKINGITBtD YFWR Dt CORY I EPIiXGTI1ID comty tt of 4 1Cointy2 ifoitk i1JtoJIICiihrtiW d Xashyille iailroad in IJI qariiia ffaA9l atrict Two Baaka te1 fraph ad telephone Uls 1abetIIH ecp eH o efloter f elL potiOn HOOj potation ofB ti15O itefrtiefttttiTeia Congres HOB Bern Johnwn Bardstown iy Jteifeae tathe i11Ke101t LeKis atttre Hoa W D CIaSbrcokc KepreseitatiVe in State Senate Hon HarryKy I Gtuiity Directory CIRCUIT COURT t piictaltCllrt1egin m tfce fourth For Me toy hi ebrary May 4PdOcto P rt IIL Tharman Judge L IJDarham Cpmmonwftaltk At- ec ey Bobt A Noe Clerkl JiL G L achiiN Master COThLIS the r i the at QtTARTERIJYOUgJ Quarterly COurtiS ke1dOB the the iConday in eack monthAL It Lltsey Jiidffe c COUNTY COURT CoantyCuittt meets on tlfbtrthth iTon ay in ech m ath 4LB4I4tseyJudge 1 1nw1 Booker couutvCIerkInit T S May esr County Attorney the Georce Catlett YaflertrBidney Oabourne Sheri1fI f SaAndeto Dick Isham HerbertEddJeman4 DeputieatL gd Masters JaaeaF4oore County Sunreypt tt r tPOBryan Assessor WT Mitckeli Deputy XobertNoe Treasurer rv gl I JM Montgomery Coroner v J W Bosib Bppt of Comrrti p hbcO14L9P Sprl iefield j CITY COURT r OV JaMeJi 111 06 Police Jadje John Gracefjkarshal i WIGrfgsbY City Attorney i r JUSTICE COURT Jtietice Courts arV held i January April July and October Lb at GhurchDfrfctOrY- c m fMETHODIST CHVRCBIt Rev GW Lyon Pastor Serto fIce OIL the first and Third Sundays ln each month all a m and 730 It m Ii SidyScI1Oo1everySufldaY atlO ain tb I Eriyerv eing every Wednesday t aJihW1 I CATHOWC CRURCHtl IeT PF BenneajPa8t9 Sertl thylces4ii1 Services tst Rose same noun i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev R E C Lawson Pastor ot fr p9hIiilao iit 7pm Sunday school every aOKdit at 10 am Prayer saeetip yaryjliUrBdY evening at7oolxst r BAPTIST CHURCHrReT Wtii HarrisouWiniams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at Uam- anJ 745 pm Sunday School eve ISunday at 930 arn Payer meet ni every Tuesday evening t 745 oclock f f CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Frank W Bare Pastor Sei WlcesSvry SuBday Sunday Schooll k3Oaxu fraternal Orders MASONIC ODGK Springfield lodge 1101 50 meets firyt and third Houday tlrach month Washington R4A Chapter No 57 jpieets every second Tuesday Sjwrinjzrfield Council No 52 meets on ycrwtonrth Monday ILKWH of TIDeMACAKJn sMeet t 14 hf irD IU S I I i l TkIoriLi1- I IIYITIYE ClIP tIIIQ oo3da throat ad t Jo opiates XoakolmoLIi f 1aoIi7 1ieI4wiMn Th nl f oizv IIOIIEYTAakI W hYIOpscak1 r k J bY Feteif Company Ohfoec Jt sie by Red CrsnDrugkoi a ii HW vii1o aM OiWiO mp W tla f 1J1 RoID r TllIJi i M Q9M Dogwood By Louise J Speed brikyct no precious exotic No child of a tropical clime v t 1as out to enrapture your vision Mid thefrosts of the late spring time V I bring you no curious orchid Ko lily of rare perfume 13ut aruggeaando dorI 055011 tOOnly a branch from a forest Where grasses wave green at Its tIeet i And jthe stream that ripples beside it l HUms lul1abyJow and sweetCut the birds carol lloud in its jbranches While the sun kisses each white loom i And the columbine bells jingle faintly Close by Jn the boulders gloomr Here take iithow memory rushes Through paths of theyeahgdneby ami standing again where gushes- Urjfalllngthe springs supply Abopt me is forest and stillness Above me the skys fresh blue ine are the tender longings But the dogwood blo msior you tT1 OBACGO RALLY r1 At a meetirig of the countyd union of the A S of E held at coiarf Louse here Sadaytf question of holding a rally nd grand parade of tobacco rowers of the county during Washington county fair in ugusti was disc1ssedAft r considerable discussion had been indulged1in it was decided that e rally be belt ou July 4th- extinstead of during the fair eeting It was argued that growers should hv4- oullein uo getting up a rally on their Own account ancjl independ ent of the fair or any other tractOfl It was so decided bye meeting and provided all arrangements can bej made theI tobacco men will gatI ron the lorinns Fourth a9dbveaJ aide and U band of jrausic anf speaking and a general goodf time The lair grounds willii probably be engaged for the occasion and a barbecue will beL feature There 1s8o well d6 fined rumor afloat by ithe way that there isa good chance of the pooled tobacco in the county l eing sold at an early date and a satisfactory figure To any of the growers ofth ounty I the announcement that satisfactory sale of the pooled bacco had been made would be good news Not thpt any oft intt bse growers are lacking faith nor loyalty to the causett for thefr actions haverprfiyen to hecontrary but the sellipg of he tobacco nd the paying ov- e r money would simply relieve great many poor tenants and tobacco growers from a serious financial strain The members tne A S of E who have1 a ooled their tobacco are loyal te man and are willing to abide bv whatever action may be takel n the matter but 0at a conclusion ached1 whejeby manfl1ope will begin to conie in 1906 crop of tobacco It s HET1 PAtR Tbe directors of the Washington County Fair Co are entheusiastic over hie prospects of having a good fair for ibe county this year The pre inm list has been thoroughly revisedand some at tractive premiums have brIadded it is the the management to have a first class fair of the old fashioned variety devoted to lIvestock and other products of the farm The exhibition will be for lour days begining on August 28tb Everything will be done to en courage the socal feature which has always been a pleasant char fair1AUexcludedfrom the grounds andI a Sprlngfed and WHShirgtpn county will Ijy that time been tirely under the local option rule there willof course be no liquor sold on the grounds The year promises to be a prosperous one with the farmer and tbqk men fkndjbaeyxTfili doubtlelM be in kHnorto lend t1eiiradin mak i jb lair oneof the bst I a CHOOL TOURNAMEKy For pthree days begining on nect Tuesday the Blue Grass Gr tied Schopl Tournament will ho d posessiori of the town It is probable that Springfieldr r wil ICb nta nonthato or three hundred isitors and our citizens will have an oppor tui ity of showing that hdsjiita1iyP- 0 which the1own ds noted Tha leading traded sohbols of h Blue G assaretpberepre seated in the toilrnament and contests of various kinds will be interestingfalur is The privi lege of rtainingvisior9t ofI such a desirable class as will at tend the tournament is onq that a town should be proud of awl its to be hoped that our visitors vill have cause for nothing but pleasant impressions Spring fieldi to fcafry home with them Worweffiil I Eczema Cure Ouri little boy had eczma for five years writesN A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs being affec ted We then employed other1 but no benefit resulted 1 chance we read about Elec ric Bitters bought a bottle and soon noticed improvement We continued this medicine until several bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood d cines and body building health tonics Guaranteed at Haydon Rob ertsons Drugstore 50c II Wholesale Grocery il The Lebanon Grocery Corn panyf Lebanons new wholesale housej was opened for business this week with flattering prospects fpr asuccessful future A nice line oj orders are being fille to begio with which indi cates that the home merchants fully appreciate this new hpniR industry Eight cars of goods have already arrived and are be ing put in their large building other cars will arrive until the stock will be as complete as any establishment of its kind in the larger cities president J L Powell seems ast milch Clat home handling groceries iin large quantities as he did m the retail business and Mr BaLancaster has dpeped uBtb booksof the new it1m man up o datesystem White Mr Will Haganis becoming familparVwith the stock in preparation of be coming the traveling salesman with this energetic and hustling combination coupled with thdir goods business judgmntwe can safely predict that tbev have come to stay and will become one of the most valuable insti- tUtion to the general welfare o- fourcityFulcon The Mr Will Hagan who is tqact as traveling salesman is Ci W Haganof this place who has recently Fold his business here to engage with the Lebanon firm J War Aamst GOnSUIDDUOn All nations pro enjaeavorinff to ehecwthc ravages of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Folevs Honey and Tar care coughs and colds perfectly and you and in no danger of consumptIon Do not risk your health by taking some nnknown preparation when Foeys Honey and Tar is safe aud certain in results Ask or Foleys Honey and Tar and iu ist Upon having it 1or sale by the Rd CsOssDrug Store Cynthiana Votest to Keep Open Saloons Oynthiana Kf May17- The wets won in the election held 1111this city tiaybya row margin of ihirtyJour naII 1eceiving 402 votes in the wprds to 456 lot theUdrys ui- l The uwets carriedl the Thirdl and Fourth wards and tied in the Second The drys carried only one ward but by a large majority The suprlse in the election was the Yesul of thee j Fourth ward where most of this colored voters resdetbe rftajorc HIty being only sixtyfive for the Iwets Eyery inch of ground was qonJ tested by both sides in a friendly way the women taking an Active part but doing av ay with the brass bands and parades going tOthe polls iinstead where they held prayer aadsong services continuou ly ajtjd pleaded with the voters 1 here are rio demonstrations fof any kind tonight by either side as both claim itJSB victory The e will probably be a general election on the temperance ques tion held in this county within the next sixty day as the drysVbave asked that a vote be taken on July 6 in the county and the i wets have filed a peti tipn asking an election tot be held in the city on the same d ate this being doce to keep the city being counted as a unit in the county election I1My Bestt fiend Alexander Ben h who Kves on Rural Route 1 Fort EdwaVd NY says Dr Kings New Disd ery is my best e rtblyI frled It has also performed a wonderful cure of incipient consnmption for my sonJa wife The first bottle ended the teriK ble cough and this accomplished the other symptons left one by one Until she waS perfedtly well Dr KingIs New Discov erys power over coughs and plds is simply marvelous No oTher remedy has ever equaled iii Fully guaranteed by Hay don Robertson Druggists 50I and 100 Trial bottle free Slays His Son v 4LJostiua Burdette a wellknown colored resident of the White Oak neighborhood i in Garrard County about tw o miles from toe Mercer hire shot and instantly killed his twenty five year old son jsonj Sunday morning about lifoclock while in a fit of anger 6ver jihe boys seeming disobedience The murderer was arrested Accordingto the stiry of witnesses the fattier and son had been quarreling g several daysand yesterday when the boy started off to church horseback tbe elder Burdetteor dered him to remain at home and threatened him if he disobey ed When the boy returned the father met him with the weapon a pistol and Bred withouta- wfrd Thel boy lvedut a few minutes lihe elder Burdette is claimed to ce a bad negro by the reputable white residents of that section while the boy has always borne a good reputation The murder created much ex citement in that section and for a while it wa feared the mur derer would be mobbed JIar rodsburg gerald Rows Tins We offer one hundred dollars reward ffbrany case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure JF J Cheney Co Toledo We the undersigned have known P J Chen y for tho last 5 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan daily able to carry out any obliga tiDes made by his firm Waiding Kinnan Marvin wholesale Druggists Toledo o HalPsrCatarrh Cure is taken in ternally nctng directly jupon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimsnials sent tree Price 76c per botile SOd by all druggists Take Halls Faintly Pills torcon stipation DEATH Of DR LEACHMAN I 5 thiCwfounty arid a Brother to t Hon M G Leachrhan Dies in Louisville ft Dr W T Lea bman who was a broher to M G Leachman Master Commissioner of Wash jngton Circuit Court and an uncle of Messra W E and W T Leachman business men of ipringfielG died in Louisville Saturday morning last The Louisville Herald in giving an account of the death says Marking the close of a long career brilliant and honorable the funeral services of Dr Will im T Leachman will be held at Grate Episcopal churchat 23C oclock tomorrow afternoon Dr Leachman who had b cnlbe inrfouisvi11edied TEasii College street at 2 oclock ester1ay4rning borne down by weight oryfearsf He had been in thiiithpract- ice of medicine for more trTaT fifty years He graduated from the medical department of the University of Louisville with the class of 1857 and the next year became connected with the fac ulty of that school Dr William Bailey was his classmate and tht many professional friends declares that Dr Leachman had not an enemy in the medical world Dr Leachman was seventy fjur- yern old He IS survive by SiVeri children Mrs Letitia Watts at whose home he lIved Theodore Leachman Harry Leach laJland Dr George Leachman of Louisville A4derman Sites Leachman who byes in Chicago andfWilliam Leachman whore idein Cincinnati where he is manager of the United States Printiug Company All wiUl attend the funeral He was born in Boyle county ere His fathers who died thirtyi Who ago was a prominent farmer He graduated from Cep tre Oolh go atan early age after whidh h came to this city and matriculated in the University of Louisville where he stood first in the clinic as well as in the lecture room A few years after the completion cjf his course at the university he had gained prominence as jai surgeon and before he had J ached the thir ties he had represented his pro fession apd various medicalfra ternities ir all portions of the ountry 7f fI During that time Dr Leach alan had associated himself with the prominent surgeous of the country with whom he had per formed operations Wbireiin New York when a young man hewas stricken with fever from which complications arose that compelled him to remain in a private hospital for more than a year He was attended by Drs Lunis add Janes Many years ago Dr Leachman aboned the surgical table and de voted hi life to general practice and up to the time of his retire ment about three years rSo he had the largest practice of ariy I 1It MALTA BLADE I Cultivatorsf I RIDING I WLKTNG TONGLESS 1 I ETVE TObTH I Tile BestLawn MowersII and Garden lose- S I 1 Tthnf lLily BarberII sucJr to L i 1= I Ij a alum food by the use o poqr tking ponder I ava delicious pure hpmc xn4e PUIiiD itkc or iicIC rtftdt 4l Atr Ib Tote sure ofthe purity you muK use 2 i11aoILg= 1 U4 Jcoqc LIS physician inthis city and oneo the largest in the country He frequently lectured at the va nous institutions of Loaisvilie and he also contributed numer ous articles which were printed by the leading medical and surgical journalsl of America Some of his ardcls read by the prominent scientists oftthe world Dr Lea hm n moyed with his parents to- Washington countj when quite a small boy and spent all his earl 7 life here He atten ded school at this place and after mediInethis place He iis well remem be red by many of the older resi dents of and this county it lA Narrow Escal e G4W LlOyd a merchant of Plunk Mo bad avnarrow es cape four years ago when he ran a jimson bur into hthumb He says Toe doctor a tedl to amputate It but I womd not consent I bought a bo s of J Bucklens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at Haydon Robertson 3 Druggists Lame County Will Vote Petitions are being circulated in all tbe precincts of the county aniclectioninpurpose of deciding whether whisky or other intoxicants shall be sold These petitiops will be presented to the county judge at thr May term of court and hewiica1ll arj election in the various precincs at as early a date as possible At tbe rpsentibime the town of i a local option district is is alsoj the wnor Athprtbnvilley The rem indei of the count is not bui whisky is not sold atanyj place in the county Tne ojj ci of holding the election is to make the entire county local option territory which would prevent the bringing in of whisky into the county at all poihjs While the matter has ben ttalked gut littler everybody is of the opieioo that the county will go for local option by from 500 ro 1000 majority owing to the strength of the vote brought oute There fare very few in the county who Would Oppose local option and there ore fewer still who would vote against itLaR- ue County iHerald j Sttii UrnniNiz if YQ suffer from rheumatism or pains for Ballard Snow Liniment will bring quick relief It la a sure cure for sprains rheumatism cpu tracteu muscles ani all painSand- within the reach ofaIl Price 25e 508 1000 St mitlj Tenaha Tex IwrUes I have uscu- BaIlatdSQ1f jlirtmBBt IB aay fawlljrftr yea p4 Eia found itA fine reiy lr1ipaina and as I rtcomiBf tltfr pains in th3hestt JS ld bj i- 1cd CroDtur tore r t CRlIj- LSMlSSSJ Jt i j r t 21SPRINGFIELD OLEYSI HONEYoTAPI YsIbiJ J t iI I A i t flieyusuaIJywaM aqinethingfro tIcpn1ryI Lkenkr the hirngv v wtn9C coiif cou tr I r ari fj U the childs feetltli j do mot itaII Iwith r fl fl1 Iu difference ROYAL I r werelaoslatectand- were Springfield HodgensVjille r STRUCK BY- LIGU1NING Mr Jerome Colvin Sufftri- BaritancLConI Iit A stock barn of the farm qf Mr Jerome Colvin towell hEWn firmer llvingnear Willis burgh was struck by lightning during the storm Saturday af ternoop and caught fira and was tbtally distroyed together with all of lts contents Two goof brood mares and a cow perishfed in the conflagration The barn alscrcontajnedl t of hay and 150 barrels of Vocn a sirrey wagon harness anti some agricultural implements Mr UoJvinsfess will he over one thousand dollars and will be a total one sbe carried no insurance fas lasiiDf liar HI had been troubled with kidaey t isease for the last the years writes fobert RWatts of Salem 10litlosfeSh and never felt welt and doctored with leading physicians adtried aiVremedles Bujjgrestedf without iclief Vlnaijy I tried Vole jsiNd ney Cure and lees than two bottles completely cured me and I am now soundand vreU Daring the sino mer kidney irregularities are often caused by excessive drinklsg or be thiovcrheated e dtothe kidneys at once bY iisIpg FoleYsKid QIftStor From MissouriI faa f ing spoke like ttito r honor I submit that my client did not break Into the bonse at all He found the parlor window open and merely ihitt1hi01 right arm and removed aew trifling articles Now m 1 clients arm is not himself tad 1 fall to see bow you can ptoniph the whole individual for an of rfejnse comlIJj ted by only one ol his limPst That argument11 said the Judge U very wtl put UPt Following it log fqaU I sentence the defendants arm to onft years imprUoBKHrat B e can accompany it or nb4U he chooit The ddntsmiled and with the lawjjg assistanc n crewed hmkarm and leviK it in telMfw- alked out Bx TUEVWPC- ures all EK 1 P qt Bheumnttc Vpi cld Wall draffUtiu or to- treatat by 1 f1Djr B W Hall MS Oily IT 3t Lolk toi MtL wa p 1 0 I IU J of Henrj Selecmaji waipcojbftfctd Monday After the paymt of d hsaQd fuMra1SXhSSS h aeyiwfd to his broter1 JfJ B t Belecman of Spiiofi W ole half of his estate The otbec fhalf of the estate iis eqMDJf iij vided between his ni esJscy Jr G NantzllaSC Naii now Wpoten W H Haalk aid infant heirs of dedefte4 iiiee who are John S CusdWilliamvK Cbii W18 Sekd fII swas nminMfl tiasbsJscrl1 1 Ir the mfAMa n tiTthey beoofMi Joe age W B Selecmam W1i named as exfcator ottthe wiUl with the rijihfcto s hlC0yCya- nd no bmciwas rcqmiredf Ths writing is wftnetied by vjf Kji Rpbertaon a i W R Thr KyStandvd B1PoraUn ifffOn accot of Itsl i 4W acUea j pleasant taste Orieo Laxatiye Ink fSyrup is especially rccewreiidwi frwoman and children it MM Wt naaseate or gripe like pilto or oM i MY cathartics Oriao J uMtiV r frult Syrup aids dig efttotf and Mia lates tkelfxer a drbo rcti wit it k rftathSg the ebttbt asatOniNOaad refmiabitits h- bytheB4CroiDnijMtce J IsMetd4Agai I 1f ft 1 Lee DLicoloreL whe Pfi T1 turned from tbe PIIITPSTZY fabout two weelMtfo where hi served a toreef Vr Mattaee for house breaking M W ilie hind the bars wit fltfctri c proipectf of beiaif rtlamedl to FrVikfort prko for s Cet stay He is regarded ii liee4 lrrpolicel circles u one ot iiei crookedeet nefrOM iia thses parts I Tuesday aormiBjir Davis wit tQiheepoau a 0009 was wa4eblgsppiiia1s rted to his ows PM a il UoMaMl a backet of eggs aW1 bii4ir The itca e epntaiMd 1i M s IIIJr clothing TUe theft wi edst aboat two burs laker iCiathis aefr vwler arfeet Bex tI1I55thlhSQM7MbhbJ1 probibU the be will 1ItI be tra uwerIObbP ikphbei raa jsry tjt WneaD WM rIT1 priorbObeiagsst te J ktie ffffii tefttiary be aiyranried to Y i J fropi ttie ofltoer who k h H arykvhbiO aUri w j 0EdssI t 1 Tkat ifMttte a7K inftcwill 1rNsbtr 4 ra r- aU IIju 0 a au 5C5iSf Vftea Mf wit kas BiffciM or ineUln4 cdhss fer lye yean It a ewe lr tps4 sad Iafevir wsk W wlaat baa d- oIw11y Sold b the Rid cQM Drag Dr w f L1i N r1wii Tf9 1 T 1fltNWS4ADR I TIJIaAT r ing f 4 i- i4iLI 1 RVANCE t fE JPRIHGFIELD KY rt EL DAVfSON Jryu ILiMl Ot t h1Ilaen notices 10 cen1 per by fr1iM eatlnSert10DD1 e cdIc4aLe and political intte nil tI I dOES it 1owrtesbt CaSha 5i JaJdort1e1Jtel fCCd AoT gcb tracts made on liberal jiSf MiIi J I 2i i jfbTtifM juI resolution of respect on H UtI ti LIflIQVXGPMZXTSc Ju ttta rli3trkooI4i nUtX = fZ TUDAYMA10I9Ql iI O r +W ANNpUN6EME1T J j jj If lWe te authorized to announ Jalcandi- a W Rogers Gores of Sprlngfielda thtrfOr SateSeflatOTpfrthe Fif l teeat Senlitprl lDi rict Composed pf Mirlpn Washington andTaylor counties subject to the action of the- nr Democratic party jZSarah Murpby the notoWo s ot Lou- G pljysciui4SiL riou womn lisville who yte charged with s 4f v Uhlgtl death Of KaUe- u w IBrynt the pretty LaEue county + t gid who was found dead in th- i of i t 1 Doctors office last winter hastl e beepset free byJudg Pry r Li the Jefferson Circuit Court + The crime with all its shocking P details is still fiehiifthe minds ol the pibliq JUwas found that i 7Jte unfortunate girl came to fcer fldeath as the resit ot a crinainai Loperkfion or an attempt at one 3Tlie eviIence at the tIme W1lS l stTiit4it iobring aboqttbec onvictiofl ofr tDr Murphy wto has figured f i avsimiar roe before When l thetse 031116 iotriaJt however l 0 itsl Ujidtbat 1ri ttesCSiony for the pVpsecutiaq I had been made away with fi Aaron Kohn aud J T Q Neal were engaged by the defense and tl Judge Pryor gave perernptor1IS nsr1ctiQns totoe for the defendant and Dr1qrJ 4 pby ior the second time tescap r punishment and is free io carry ji herinfampus practices v leJlinf i The expected blow to fraudrjin the Cl3f Louisville r I hasViEften The six sitting 7 Judges of the Court of Appeals l have voted four to two to re virsethe decision of Judges Kirby andMil1 r of tb JeTr- tt SOh Circuit Court in the contestt rJi if the Fusionists to oust the F t pemocratic officeholders oft6t city of Louisville and county who were declared t I if Afi have J Peenelected il the erectio 0 1905 The Appellate Vvotiner to set aside the election 6f 1905 are Lassiog Sot OReaihS Barker Jand Settle 1 he r Avottdfe to affirm the decision of f Judges Miller and Kirby are Cobson and Nunn The two + l dissenting Judges ilobson anS 1 wNunn wnl not hand dqvii a diii senting opinion Tderefore on t7l itaiace the decision fltbe Ap- tt pellajfeOoUttl will appear to have I JQ reached unanimously i Wh reaff the vpte was four tptwb l1rSV jr2I J The Democratic searchers Rave unearthed a new presiden 1 tial possibility in William Alex r8f v Jill d et Harris of Lyhnwood 1 r K4n JHe is regarded gsa strong and able man and is expected to IS figure in the raCe fur the nomina tion ifMrBryandeCiifleSt0i run t rWbefl1Y1rbaCkro ft ik almosshe iedication that SQmc- T itrvariRbly aa 4ii thing is wr ngwith ypnr kdneyp f weak diseased Jcidneye frequently cause cause a break down of the c entire syBttjn DeWitttf Kinney and dtl Bladder Pills afford prompt relief for t iwcak4idneys backache inflammat iSncif the bladder and all unary i MLrouMe8 Sold bo iltbe Red Crosi J s JDrug Sture 1 1 Stt c wyfrS- i l J 4lir j Jmy accounts fJ t lt1gvgIl destroyod my- r ttiLO pac trostaUpel ion knorwingthemselyeo indebt + l td to aae will zome forardancI c j li by DpjeIthr frfei4 I have i t d the stanc 1iib iyTJ Murtor vi 4rtr td hi fount attbatlf OYri anBro Stare J JOHNY MAYES L Hello Valley Yes tfillInIn forvadihittance Itptheew sycolumns of our dear ldtfewa Leader Our friends say new is scarce and indeed they have tdldthe irialli this week Mr W N Foster of Louis le suipased his maay friends an Unexpected visa Sunday ght as he came up on the eveninp tram He spent Sunday rjf ghtwith Mr and Mrs M Reed Monday night with wB Ballard ret rninghome Tuesday EdrivlIfriends and relatives Mr T A Tatu m was recently alled to the bedside of his daughter Mrs S G Refddix of Maud who has been veiry ill of measles Mr and Mrs JB WilliS j j 1lfr a was i ij PPoOrtQVnnd made a strict search fsnews finding that Mr Sain Vanc lewill soon have a hand some new dwelling finibhtdvMrs Palmer Goatley attended the Olarkson funeral accompo ied by Miss Mattie Tucker of Frederickstown and took dinner Mr and Mrs J W Tucker ofl and Mace MesdamestJOeHaU BiitsSat ardayMr and Mrs John Leach man PJeasant Grove passed lon ohroughn route to Fairfield to visit reJac oVesJMiss RubMONeallvisited her slster Mrs S of ontjotnery hridyeMasterhis parents of this place after a Jong Stay with his grandparents- Mr and rcJas MontgOmery of near Mcln lire Mesdames W E Moran andE Hughey Goatley Misses Louise aad Imogene Goatley and TJnoj speutWednesday thenome ofEr John Biugtfes ivlr W F Moran sold 17 l t hogs to Case Fitzgerald Coast s week averaging 149 pounds j Irtl i Ir feldI j Many from this place attend ed the funeral interment of Mr Thomas Clarkson on las ISThursday I very valuable citizen and gret je to learn of his sad death 1MlssOla Goatley spent lastt week with fri nds and relatives Springfield Miss Addle Lee Piles accom IWllS1njsp1ingtiJjE is nownwch improved Mr and Mrs Emerson Bar low of NelsoQ county visited relatives in this secti Saturday and Sunday Mr Ed Boblett and wife an Mf and Mrs John Curtsinger Jrlhererl IIof 1 eIIII brother spent Sunday as guests of friends at Booker Several from this spction at tended church at New Hope Sun day Case Fitzgerald Co puir chased a nice lot of hogs of Mr J C Hughes last week arerag ding 1O pounds atO cf MSs je J Moofgomey and Wv Ban rd were ip11 Springfield ThurscJIY on busii i1e Clyde Goatley tjt this place visited fiiends at Hardestys Sunday Mr Sleet Chessqr and othpr were called death of reJabvtsjtpolm TJnoKv ist bound to beimproving very jfkstj as we take dinner at a difter r house every day und ish iosty Uiat we certainly en y allt but during our last weeks sit fwe took dinner with two very bid neighbors Mrs S S Plesiand Mrs Jbhn Hugnes and must say never enjoYEd two j such dinners in our lives We would chronicle our other visits butWaat1s the use Messrs O en Ellis acd Dave Hays of Mooresyillej were iint our jnidst Sunday Esther Wbdner and brother near Tatham Springs visited relatives here aturday and Sunday Mrs J L Mprari rd son- dward v5sitedher father Mrt W Janesi who is very illat his home jn Springfield litstfSaturday f DrJ1 N Shehan of MaxJd recent purchased two new vehicles of cur local dealer A fine ougy and anice runa bout Mr George B Lewisand fain of near Ppliti visited Mr- ndMrs Tbos Mattingly of this lace Saturday and Sunday We are glad to report all the ick in this community convales ent Mrs Wi F Moran and Unp isited in Springfield Monday We are sorry to say that we found MrN W Janes in 4a seri ous condition i Mr Frank Gray and family f Hardestys yisited relatives near here Sunday and Monday Mr and Mrs Wiljiam Brdd haw of this place visited rel tWes ic Springfield Monday As usual a large crowd was in attendance at ourSunday Scjiool last Sunday howevar owing o the threatening weather oae r two ofurteauhers were delayed and arrived quite late Remember friends we areto aGe another fine sermon preach d at the school house here On Sunday June2at 3 oclock Bro BeNight the pastor at Ney Hope will deliver the sermon The season of this week has enabled the llucky own rs of early tgbacco plants tuet out a great deal of tobacco for this early setting Your correspondent has ben the source laughs ncEtr cov ripgrroml Ntyphoid fever jof flesh- Irpraditionsa all young men s L opes Becausq ihem outfsee and shut jthejn uqrr dont itteny the act that you can see through mo since recovering Hut 1 de jlaretp thereaders di our letter fti4tI wont shut up and re aiihd myself of a shadowless ghost V We are glad to know that Andersoncuunty is soon Jo have a lbcal option election ana hope the drys wil win However we are ittour nrstof the North COIImadoreJjE We note very carefully that sftjptipch is All Republicans ac cording oM J A and ajfe for any good Repnblicari fcr Gover nor Now we wisbv the readers understand tfoalrwe are Demo 1to nevertheless we are not party policies whaeve but rlfor good honest honorable and conscientious locall option man of high standing who runs for Goyernpr oevi airily can count on Valley Hills sup pbrt capeak ing of different varieties of chickens we frequently hear inIl quaUtjes But Miv Frank Janes has clearly demonstrUvexl to us that Brown Leghorn Kens havE the lead He recently went to Springfield to purchase sonic grocerie andJafter so doing re taCnedfto his buggv raising the Dopt to place them therein when very much to his surprise he discovered Leghorn HOT quietly setting on7e rgs of which Jonlj oHe was broken Avhich proves that they are genuine and substantial l setters Mr Janes never disturbed the her but drove backhome where he1I quietly unloaded grocerors andI hen togetner UNO ffiffs Early Risersit- eighboi rJo famous littlfl ySHSi i 1e ii = 11 Cash Produce House I I AT WILLfeBURG I r We have opened a Cash Produce House at Willisburg where we willafralI times be prepared to receive and to to j P3Y MarketUPrice in cash for Poultry Eggs Butter and other country produce Farmers of the Willisburg neighborhood will dow11 to giv us a chance to buy their produce I J IrJjIA t J9fVI3LS nOI I9ORTEDII iii TI I T I iiii h ji i it I A CarLoad I I I Di0 Furniturei i S Just received at pampbells a car load oS of Furniture and willl receive another f J one next week so that the people or the iI county will know where to go for 3 4 1 Bed Room Suits Matresses Rock 1 ers Chairs Bed Springs Tables Etc A I eo 5 We are 0rei3aned to supply yourwants iif in the Furniture line 5 i Mrs Lizzie Campbell rgff M fl V f I f m f M ff fm f mmff m t MOORttSVILLE Born RinCO our last to the wife pfJBruner Carneyan eight pound girl Jf r Farmers are through planting corn and sopie tobacco has been setout Elijah Farris sold abay marell 5years did fOl150TBro BeNight preached to a- largetience at New TSppe last Sunday morning and night He also preached at rValley Hill schoclhcuse at oclo lr p nv j QqmulesSquire Heride ndcrew are putting the Chaplin pike in good order They will work oh Maud hili next week SS Mr Charlie Hendren returned home last Monday meJfomso Mr Frank B Seay departed this life May 1G tof infirmities due 40 old agj His r mains were interred f e following dav in the Willisbur cemetery Mr JasOBry nofBardstown- has opened up a blacksmith sUop iu the YoCum BroshoiiFe He isa goo l blacksmith and an excellent hand to paint buggies and iQth l vehicles Mr Ed Sweeney has remotedj his saw nflli to Mr TJ Settles farm Brp BeNight dined with Mr and MrsJ M Wall last Sunday Mrs Clara Cheser and MiSs Mary R Jury were over to Bloomfield last Friday hopping I Scy ralof our Uhristian men and women attended church at Rock bridge last Sunday lt1r Thos Muddand MissKate Shauntfy spent last Saturday wth Mr and Mrs P- D Moore rlrs Julia Cull and Mis Lucy A Moore were in SpVr gtield last Thu rsday shopping j Iracod orcoujfh takc Kemiady laxative Cough Sprupalt iis bctteri han any pt her coujjli rejqetTy because its laxlt principle assures a healthy copious action of the bowels and at the saiiic it heals ircitation of the throat strengthens the bronchial tubes atul allays 4nllauitttiori of the hontylandlike it Cpntarnls itoUic Ktitona Pure Food and Drug iTay Sold j 1Y the Red Cross Drug jStoie rk Willisbup 1tt1Docoration day Will be celebrated at ups pace the first Sa urlay in JUiie Evervoneii irfvited to attend and bring Hewers as they are very scarce now Brothers Masoli ami Sims preached tle funerall of Mrs Sarah Wit mnl Sunday- Mrs Mat iePinkstbn andlitr tJagirJspent last week with Mrs WT Wells Mr Oscar Colvin and family of Kirkland hlavQ moved Inj wib their father Vo are glad little to village were tmer them to rYfl Mr Irark rfeay diod last Vecil nftsday and was buried here on Thusday Bro Sims conducted the funeral services We extend our synSpathy to the bereaved IrIUly Mr Murphy of Blooinfield Alisited Mrt Sam Yea ger last i unday Wifeatjtended and a lot of corn Mrs Myrtle T eli fhas re riaitini Ray and Ruel Wells visited telativjes in Springtietd Mpriciay Miss Sallie Hendren and mother spent Monday with MrS Clerk odoi Dyspepsia Cure DigoBts what you mat MAUl It was well that mosj of the correspondents had duties to Amonopulize their time last week other than writing up news from their repective little vilages as the editor would have been puzzled to find space for linos enormous lletter We are glad to see that his excellent mental faculties were not in the least impaird oy his recent illness and also glad to have him agal intheCNC Bro BeNight delivered ar exIcel lent sermon to a large und ap preciative audience atNew Hope last Sunday Mrs Emma Shindler was the guest9f IrsD H Huston Tuesday of last week- Mrs Ike Irvine and Mrs J N ShpJiAnitnd children were guests of MrsJBal Shehan Wtdnesday last Mrs Kae Shewmaker has beep suffering from the effects of poison oalon her bands and faceL Mr Cloyd Shannon and wife recently visited the latters pa rents here Mr and Mrs Jnor Virgin were guests of Mrs Kate Shewmaker unday Messrs Chas Huston and Willie Virgin paid their usual respects to two of Bloomfield fairest belles Sunday afternoon Mq Chris Lbwi3 and wife visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs Peter Shehan Sunday Mi Bush VanAisdale of Ear rods urgwa a recent guest of Misa Lydia Huston Dr TN Shebau visited thft carriage factory at Danville the past week und purchased him self a new buggy and runabout Theiladies of the New Hipe church are requested to meet at the church on the Friday before the fitsi SuLday in order to dp some house cleaning Messrs Will and Edgir Gray Madhaandj VirginSundayHe T Virgin had the mis fortune to loose a very valuable workmare last week This be ing two he hasilost within three months Trie ch ldren here are again nyrJheexercisesbe hpla the third Sunday in Tune and will be even more en entertainiiithan heretofore Springfieldi Mr Guthrie Gordon and sister Miss Ethel were in Polin Mon day The closing exercises of the N H SOrBardstowu will be held at the Opera House on the evening of the thirtyfirst of this moUth Miss Lydia Virgin who acOompaniedlionte Samuels Tha Baptist Institute closes on NancyShehangraduates and IS a bright young lady JJ Thps Virgin says his IlIr chickens havent even 11d of hearing of tire weddings that areso soon to be sol bmn zed in Unos vicinity bit that it takes wide awake fowjs like the goose to oyerhjeursuciU interesting news h Misses Mary Vv llrefield and Boulah Arnold are at home after attending the Graded Shool jin Springfield for the past five months FRIZZLE HEAD Tiic to FniFu M Jliuilaf Veire pleased to annbuncii that FoJeys Honey and Tart for coughs cOlds and lung troubles Js not effected brthe National Pure Food and Uriifflaw as It contains no opiates or- oher1iarrnfu1 drugs and we reopm mendit as a saferoniedy for children and adults Sold by the fled OrosS Drug store rj Ropost View S Thomas 0 Bryan and Miss Esie Smith Dock Mudd ani = visitiQglYoulast Sunday I Smith and Fietcher Carric were visiting relatiyes in Shelby county last week Mr Will Cambron and his youngbride andlw I Mrs Vize left here last week ito join her children in Mattoon cityherestimable womaft and leaves many dear friends behind who regret tier departure and wish 1hl r well I Mr left Osbourne a citizeni of Louisvilie and formerly of this communuy Brought up and buriedJn St Rose cmetery the remains of one of his children last Saturdayr t Uncle Fell Dovling one our aged and highly respectea neighbors qui e sick at this time and his extreme old age n doubt will have something to dp wath his speedy recovery Mr Kin Smith sold to Watt OBryan a mare for 13750 and the same day Mr OBryan spld it tto Thos Medley for 1 750 Haedaivesurface it penetrates the pores and an promptly relieves pain caused by Trails burns scalds cuts and skin diseases It is especially good for plies Beware of Imitations Sol d by he Re d Cross DrugStore DUG ITS OWN GRAVE Pet Cat Broken HeartedFollows Dead Master Spirit A pet cat owned by Carl seek who died not ong ago at iBucyrus 0 expired of p broken heart There Is no doubt qf the truth of the statement as the cat vrns perfectly well up to the time of Its masters death Mr Keck round the cat on the str et and gave It a home The cat showed a decided preference for 1ck and refused to have anything to do with the rest of the family After Keeks death the cat refused to eat or be consoled though it was apparently perfectly well Finally It went Into the garden and dug a big bole large enough to lie down in and curl lug itself up in thejjrave It bad made pas3ed peacefully away DOG DIES TO SAVE 1IRL t Self Sacrificing Canine Wins His Way to the Animal Heaven Tossed to one side out of the path of galloping team l5y her pef dog Carrie an Irish setter Emllie Schllctlng five years old of 38 Cranberry street Brooklyn escaped Injury Barking Its defiance at the horses the dog tried to follow Its owner hut was struck by later1hadof the heavy truck Persons saw the little girl roll over In the street and the accident which ended the animals life but before they could net the Jlrlver of the team whipped up his horses and started from the neighborhood at top speed Feveral pedestrians followed the truck but they were soon outdistanced and obtained only a vague description of the driver and rig to give to the pollce Clutching tho collar Of her pot which only recently had been given io the Bchliotlng family lby one of the mern PR SWUNG HKll TQ ONE BJOBt beN of Plyuiutiih church the girl Started to cross Hicks atul MidUngh streets She was In the middle of th e roadwuy when the teem with the heavy truck bouncing along turned the corner from Middagh Into wicks street Shouting n warning to the child the driver tried to cnrh hip horses but hs efforts were unavailing The horses wore only a few tOot aW y woli tint child started forward and nlded by the moinentum as the dog sWUng her to one side she rolled over toward the jurb Before she could regain her toot Ufo truck i hud passed over the dog Sever hi persons In the crowd which quickly gathered took charge of the child and carried her to her home She had es raped injury but w1is almost beart brokeu tover the death of her dog Report of the reckless driver WitS made to the police ofthe Fulton street station but no trace was found of the man tIn charge of the truck i Auto Chain Strips Boy Naked Llttle Joseph Church of Rochester stole a ride on an automobile He got caught in the Chain which stripped him practically naked thea dumped him In the street uninjured When your rood has not been properly digested the entire systemf Iff impaired in the same proportion Your stomach needs help Kodol for 1digestsrlj stoinach and adds strength to the whole body Makes rick pare blood Kod l conforms to the Natibna IheIl 1- irr t I1Qemnn5SS5S F1rnessav- e l 8 pI 1secured the stand and machinery of th4sBlue Grass Manufacturing Co on Main Street where II am prepared to do all kM of I j HARNESS WORK f Handmade h piriitfII I also have with me the f ShoemakerIPectfullySolicited r pAtro7n I I Gao J Be1jJfi I THEFIRE dg 0 s a S 8 Caused me to move in with Mr W P 5 cQI Q nice line of p- gIg Watches Clocks Je lryg etcQS Jas J Graves Main Street opposite Presbvterlan church Q oGtTHE SKULL BANJO libably theM lt Qrewsome Musical Instrument Known It Is a well known filet that through 41re necessity the American Indian has developed remarkable skill The old stories of how these IndlanV maile pottery and earthenware by the aid of iDly the most crude Instruments and f their methods of burning and erin lug out the InsideS of the trunks of trees to make canoes are universally mown v But even wlui nil theIr skill the fact that they were n barbarous uncivilized race cannot be evaded as is shown by this grewsome instrument In the time bf the early settlers this hemisphere their acts cruelty were without prec dent In the history ot the world With these facts In view we can- jaslly understand how the skull banjo came to light It Is known that in the small country of ParaguAy In the east central part of South America the Indians who Inhabited that place were more than ordinarily cruel They were constantly engaged In warfare and then primary atm when thus en gaged was to capture the chief bf the opposing side When captured this personage was carried jto their rampS and there cruelly murdered and ttI was from his body that this awe nsptr Ing musical Instrument was made The Instrument Is made as follows The body is decapitated and the skull la thee thoroughly dried The one who is to perform the feat of making the Instrument then cuts the top imtlrc1vI off Over the opening thus nI piece of skin taken from the body and ulso thoroughly df led Is tightly streUh ed In the manner of a drum From the back of the skull the two fcmnrsor two bones of the leg which theI from the knee to the hip project These bones have been so trimmed that they are of uniform thickness throughout their entire length The upper ends of these bones are joined together with one of the dbs Also taken from that oody Then front the forehead of the skull 6 the rIb which connects the twoiffe I iiura a number of atrfngs are tighty tretcltdXheso strings era likewise made from the skin of the vfthnfbar Ing been thoroughly dried Btretqhed and rubbed with rosin 1JuttblSeven Is not the full extent of the grcwsomcuess ot thin Instru merit for the skull fa left 30 that the jaws are Inovable Therefore with each shako otthe Instrument the Jaws wag and with a sharp Jolt of the Ip Krumcnt the teeth come together with l snapNewYork Hornld What Tommy Would Expect + scboolteaehLer father spoke vegldud and lovfng words to the prodigal upon the latters return home Now what do you sup pose your mother would say If you ater having been away for years should suddenly confront her In the parlor TommySId1tparI Have TOU ivlped your feet wEIITE j Cream Verm toTHE MMMWTEEI WORM- REMEDY rlTHE CWLMCirS fA fUITf TKI KWMHr y HTT1 nl THCH pira eIILT Ba1IardSW LIsat Ceo t T iui MofThd Crptf Brag r lSOld3 v t PROSPECT i This combined staUioa wilt iake the season of 1907at iRajyiew1l is betterknown aa theFoster Rkyjijace on the Danville pIke3 iile from Lebanon Ky at 515 To Iate a Livi Cek Mares traded or parted witk frfeits insurance and HtlJ ie due attlmdstchtrasactIceLISretained on co ttiUse M paid Mares from a distaste fnused at reasonable prices JJares emtnwted will receive opersJIaF attehtioe but not responsible for accldets or rescapes lntsqmPrtO Foaled IpOO 15 stuSe 3TWchi a beautiful bay both rarit1ttto ankle Very 1aDgy1lckt jitaH and ear short back tee ijtby quarter large strotig liooe bit smoeth Beautiful ad aitnctire by halter tmder saddle tic lit JUKMML Has been a show horse fnm flfjtJIJft winning many preraiuasa in Jui ete and saddle classes thro tt itrai Kentucky and other States wiBfting second prize iySaddle Stalli ii Cass at Chicago Hk eolU are Inc size and with great style aadnoiah Though youaf his polts are coaian4 ing high pricesj and fy custAcer arehighly pleased with tht i PEDIGRSire WfHity re4O- i85 A S H RlI yCI Dare 110 he by Slack Squirrel W bam Dora Dean No 2740 3d da a ky Jpe Abdallah 3d dam by iSuppter Ppa1 mar Jr 881 4th daa if BUck Hawk Morgan 5tlt dam l 5rOUv r he by Waggener dam of PiPttiare by Weichawm f367 A T H R be by WfllfxWekk He by Hjwlyk1 HambletOBiam id dam by Abdallah Messenger 3d dam by Qillt V nn6t JtEMAJtiCS We take pkjwure ik ivng tite services of this1eyi a4aUtos to the breeders fKarMa i d joi mc couaties belkTiic Hit a taUion that will jredttce Jt clw Of hones that 9W iht J Ute East nlttra lttH1MK tive prices e ike bf ttorppek- tla yQ IJ W ioMhft you mares c1 ancs I t IalIJ w ttyml tO b b I c Ii t I- Sbve Ito j ft kd i d 1is very iijRw4iMifc ttal P abcmld IRKa1 oalUcttOM f mil oJitta i C 1 my f ieftth 1ri1l w II ii- nabsr1hil wfL ISIS iA lttle JC tke tUnIye- spccaI artfe W wUrftiieye aesr stoM cii Wtcomff aa heart- bern J LiaXw Ttu vfritt Iaa ar three o doll jor Kodo4 potjtivelf JaroottI It lt id e M 1W thn eanI ara MIt Meat bes btbered wi J Z te4l- 4iJift1W a M trth R4IC Cr DrhSr rDRII BURTOR RM1E ENT DENTIST TEEfi EXTRACTED riTHQUT PAIN atI4 Ha oeklIpl r1f J t RINGF1ELD KY JStrictlyJ I IDR J C4 ATUD- iciir 2 P u4 Surgeon t t t10Illce hour 8to9 amt I 1 to 2p m YI Offieeover Haydons Dr gstpre 7 i1 i ll Lampton M D i jffkeMOperal1oue i e f OflzerkeneNe S esIdeMceNo 38 11 1r J p Wf F GRIQSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW it Oce oniPeopled Bank i SPRINGFIELD KY JJ3 EoBAKDS M WJ FlFATT i RIBARD8 HYATT t physicians and surgeOns bm e over O W Hags gro cery opposite Presbyterian church Dr W W Ray I pftYs crAiAHDSURGEON J 7 Office over Havdon Rpbert iOns DrugStore Phones il Office 155 JI Residence 17- 2MAYESjOONt UNERAi ulKECTOB tAll lI EHSWEM8AlMER t f TELEPHONE DAY19pIGT74 SPRINGFIELD IT I Raro4d Schedule- J pllpwing is the time schedule t noW jn effect on the Bardstown 17 and Springfield branch railroad i NQ41Leaves LouIsvIlle at 4730s p mj Bardstpwn Junction P 22 pmj Bardstpwn 606ijrrlyes at Springfield 705p m i j JSTp 42Leayes Springfield H6O m Bardstpwn 607 am is Bards pwnj Junction 650 am arrives at Lpnisyille 740 am f NP 43 Leaves Louisville at 80amtBardstown Junction 0lOam Bardstpwn 1100 am Arrives at Sprjngfield 1230 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a r 100 pm Bardstown 220 pJJl1 aaig town Jun tion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 lINo 90 Sundays only Leaves VBprhiKtield at 715 am Bards twuSa rnj Bardstown Junctipi b45 am i arrives at Louisville J 835am No 911 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bard town JunctioD 645 WIIardE town l J7BQIf pm arrives tipringfieldj 5 825 pm TI Toiicco Shiopcrs W We wish to state to our friends thrpughcut the tpbaccb growuJg v sections that we are not connect ce directly orindirtcUYwith t ahy other warehouse or ware Mipuse cOmpany lt We conucta Strictly Indei p pendent TobaccoSWarehouse Cpmmissipn Busmess and res pjectfully policit your patronage i iJ C A BRIDGES CoPrdprie- tdrsf Pi Tobacco Warehouse Louivi f1y 408 mp KILLTHE COUGH f AND CURE THE LUNGS M1TIIDr Kings New Discoyery I lfOR C ONSUMPTION OlGHIIH QLDS lo IIPriceII Surest and Quickest Cure for all XHBOAX and LUNG TBOT73 L1i1i or 3CONX7 BACK faxiasrn Away had been trpublpd with kidney t r disease for the llast fixe years writes r lXobert WWaltsofSalem MoIII jfJosJlesh and never felt well and t 2J 3octored with leading physicians and tried all remedies suggested without l4J iieliof Finally tried Folejs Kid lleI Cure and le kthdn trip bottles copIctelycuredipeandi am nci i f jKWHdAoA well3r DUring the suW- mexlcidney Irregularities are often 4bycxCfllMIve drinking or be aixrWx rfceatedl Atteaa to the dl d t at one by aItg FQleY8Xld Yi 5 cr SOld byjthe itfffL CroW Dru r wJf IPWtt ittID-4 Iti IIUf tPMi j MIffi N pIaIu l4 a TOWNLocal 3fttfti etf ftti Ii uihtMiU mnW Happenings of Interest t Freshest and Latest illAboutYourself Friends jI and Acquaintances 1 nJ I iojtowioj j Wire flower stands and settees for sale at Barbers ForiLEAi splendid family bprsel G W Lyon Springfiejd Ky FOlUTfive room flat pver tjfeaders rpcery apply to L A Euros Dont fprget the skatjngrink tiightLWhen you pant the house see that Green seal is used ypull profit by itsp will the house W L Yancy ijlackville Ey For any buidikinsidei or put it doesnt matter j5reen Seal is the paint for yop get it For Sale by W L Yancy Mackville Ky 300 square feet or more maybe cpyeredtwic with one gallon pf Green Seal and stay covered For sale by WL Yancy Mackvillp Ky We are prepared tp furnish en grayed visiting cards feceptipn and wedding in vitatipns etc in the latest styles A lull line pf samples can be seen at the the NewsLeader office Rev and Mrs R E C Lawf son will go tp CamppoflsvilFe the last of the week and Mr jawspn will preach at that place on Sunday There will consequently be np preaching at tne Presbyterian church hereon next Sunday The pupils teachers ndI friends of the Springfield Graded School spent the day pn their annua1 picnic pn the Beech Fork at Frederickstpwn yesterday The day was an ideaLone and all the children and grown ups report a big tune girlsfromjSpringfied included thef base bairdub w ntjs to St Marjs last Fridayfand spent the caytt The home buys were defeated in the game withJ St Marys College nine but aJpleasant day was en jdyed by alll The wife of Mr J W Perkins who lives in the VillisbUrg neighborhood died at Dr Icj LebanonlTuesday gone a surgical operation The remains were brought thrpiigh here to Willisburg yesterday apd the funeral will tai e placq there this mprning v VTLe engagement pf Miss Phoebe Scpit and Mr WillinT Si McCarney both of Wiuches ter Ky is annpunced The weddng is to be celebrated Tune 5th in v the cathedral at Winchester Rev Father Ryan performing the ceremony There are to be only two attendants Miss Mary McCarney of this city and Mr John Noonan Mr McCarney is a fine young business man and very pppularbpth WhichesteraridLexingtonMis I daughter pf Mrs Mary Scott Lexington Leader Miss Scott is well known in Springfield having attended school tSt Catherines She is a niece ofr J J McCabe Qf this place CommencementExercseS The annual com mencemeii exV ercises of the Springfield Graded School topk place on last Wed lwuseQuites rendered by thse pupils of the school and others The musical reature of the entertainment which was under the manage ment of Miss Lizzie Waters teacher of music at the school was especially good and was well received by the audience The chorus showed the effejctsi of good training and contained some excellent voices Thrre quartettethata pleasing effect The graduates were Miss Mary Lampton and iessrs Leo Sirnm ymaBarberdress by thlLymaji Barber as YoungBarber1ia a speaker and hIs address The Arneriqau Idea showed depth LeotSimms TOPIGs1II- ntD1znm B n DlJJ111AA Great Wa also a finely secIpi edanl1wel1 delivered tfpn Miss Mary Lampton the other graduate acquitted herself creditably in an oration entitled The Eternal Feminine The Baccalatirate ddress was delivered by Judge I H Thurman bGreened by the best painters eyery where they asa rule are discriminating folks Forsale by W Ti Yancy MackT villa Ky The Weekly CpUFierJpurnai lis- on a boom Its circu1ationbas- yrown wond riuUY in the past few months deservedly No better paper published any wberethan toe weekly Courier JournallHenry Wattersons edit rials are all printed in the Weekly Si NOTICE Although Isuffered the loss Pf my stOck of undertakers supplies by the recent tire4 I desire to notify the publiethat I haye anew equipment and am tully prepared to attend all funerall calls and cabe fpund m my new temporary quarters bver Hagan Bros grpcery Jc HN Y MAVES Funeral DirJ tor and licensed Embalmer Springfield Ky i Died at Perry ville One pr the oldest residents ofI the county and a woman beloved bv all who knefr hpr passed into the great beyond llast evening whcn Mrs MaryB Hopper died ather home in Perry ille after a short illness of pneumonia Slit was in Her seventy second year and wsorriand reared notha neighoorhood in which she died She was the daughter of thi late Wm Mitchell a pioneer of Boyle county Who livel for many years and died in the West End and wife of Rev Jos Hopper one of the oldest Presbyterian ministers in the South Besides lit husband the jfollowinc children survive Dr W 0 Hopper John H Hopper Harvey Hopper Mrs osc Bruce and Mrs orville Tucker of this county and Mrs F E Montgomery and Dr J J3 Hopper of Springfield The funeral will take place tomorrqw afternoon at the Presbyterian church at Perryvilie beginning at 2 oclock followed bYjinter ment in the PerryviHe cemeteiy Danville Advocate LettList f Listof letters Remaining uni called fpr in tbe Springfield Ky P OSwe2k ending May 23 1907 r f 4Chas Brown Son Mrs Anna C Claybropk Miss Bertha Cook Miss Mattie Elliott t Mis CR Grigsby t Huston Green John Mclrityre i i Mrs Willie McBlroy f Miren Mytliebrtj John Fetterson 1 Dan Roberts Mrs MaryThornpson- Persols calling ior iheseletters will please say advertised and give datJofrUst tv i W A Waters PM tenses In buying hats ffjoves or shoes it doesnt make so much difference If you get a bad article it will soon wear out and you know better next time A bad lens willwear put nothing but your eyes often without y knowledge You cannot get new eyes J believe that I am thoroughly informed upon all grades nnd qualities of lenses I an par ticularinbuiingtoselettoiily the yery best that is made Every pair that I sell under goes a careful inspection and thorough test before Jeaviiig my hand lam equa11y par ticJlar that they fit you eyes It1ttQI this that I devote my most careful attentiop I have a consulting room arranged cxpresisly for this yur jIpose and am thoroughly equip ped for measuring eyery defect and selecting lenses esper daily adapted to your coridi tiops A carelessly chpsea legs is a thousand tinier worse than none C K RUSSELL Sclcnllfjc Optlcan Nexfpfo iofncc crdflrdgr r PtiltLme 0 S of Hats Jf On Jhanclnowto bef i closed out atextremelyiow It pciceo Now is the time to iFget J BARGAINS t1Skirts and ai 1 r 3 at less than host Williams II IECNAL J tyEr Perry D Marks lqas aco cepted a position on the railroad as firemituand wi111leave Wednesday morqlijg MISS Zula Campbell of LouisI Vilie is the guest of her C9usiiisv Irthe Misses Campbell here Miss Anna Jay Sin1Q1S and Mr Richard Kelly Were in Lebanon Thursday Misses Myrtle Bassie and Pearl Campbell spent Saturday in Louisville J I11r David R Litsey spent jJunday ir Bardstown Mr Will Green and sisters Misses Nell and Jennie sp ut- Friday in Lebanon r Mr Jobn 4pJctngof Bards town spent Sunday here Mr and Mrs Felix Hamilton j of Lebanon were in town Thursday Miss Margeret Hagan was In Lebanon Tuesday aMrLebanon was in town tbe first t of the week on business Mr Robert RoBard is in Lou isville this week on business Mr C L Price and daughter Miss Mabel were in Lebanon i Tuesday eMessrs on businessi McGarty were in Lebanou Tuesday HaI Mr Mike MackIn and sister Miss Rose of near Lebanon spent Sunday here Miss PietyBarber of Valley Hill spent Sunday here Misses Florence and Louise i Hamilton f FtederickstownJ spent Saturday and Sunday 1ithI theiri sister Mrs J L Barber Mrs Hughie Jtie and son Stilh have retur iqd home alter a visit to re lives in Hal rOdsburg Mr Harry SHader of thfe road spent Sunday with his wife here vh4left t visiting relatives in the county Mr aid Mrs James Duncan of Louisville arfe visiting rela tiyhere iIi and son Hal have returned to LOPisvilleaftera visit to Mr and Mrs IITO Walker at Walker l Height Mr and Mrs Vy E Leach man were yisiung relatives in Louisville this weetr- Mr E O McCarty has re tumed here after a visit to his parents at Crnrpbellsburg J Mfs S G VanArsdale re turned home Monday aft +i a two weeks visit to relativeslin Gin ciniiati Its WT Spalding of Leba non is visiting her sister Mvs d N Copper r Mrs T D Wells and two children of Lebanon spit the iirstof the week with Mrsj John Y M YEs Miss Ethel Searcy has return ed from Nicholasville wiierQ she visited Miss May Kenna t MV J C Phfllips 01 Lebanon spent Sunday with his f sister Mrs John W Lewis Hon and Mrs CC McChord are at lome this1 week v M r1V C McCliord at4 sOn- Japkspeht Saturday in Louis yillet Miss Mattie McCarley lleft today for her home tL1n f1st ratter a visit to her sister Mrs Joseph 0 Peftiis Miss Lucy Pettus arrived to day tto visit the family lher brotherMr Joe Pettus Mrsulia Adkins of LoUisT Vilfe will arrive to visit at the home ofMr and Mrs Conrad Heartlein tIle latter pqtrt of the week Mrs S B Thompson whowas- quite badly burned about thE face two weeks agq while visit t Jing in Louisville arrived here Tuesday evening Mrs Thomp r son has fuly recovered without any permanent disfigureccentr toI her facp Mrs E S Mayes SWt1S m atteudjtheDan Cur jy hJirn Mrs jRobert Grume of Bards towq is xisitmg Mpt Hugh Stiles rMr G C wparton is in An derson county this week on busineJsI IMR F B SEAY DEAD Aged Man and ExrFederal Soldier Answers the Last Roll Call The ripest fruit falletbfirst an old maxim that verifies its truth each passing day When the aged members of our farnilie ripe with oldage one by one answer the summons of their heavenly Father and pay the debt assigned unto every than The latest pf our aged citizens MrIFrank Br Seay who has for seyeralf months been suffering severely from infirmities due tp his old age Reside the loss 9f hib eyesight Mr Seay wds born September 14 1830 in ths Deputy near Litspy and spent most of lhis life within the bor dets o his mother countynRe vvas married at thdage of 28 to Miss Annie Williams daughter of the late Henry Williams who died shortly after their marriage Ati the age 31 he enlisted in the army serving three years arid thrlee months as a member of Company D 10li Ky Icfantry nd experienced many hair breadth escapes After his rettireoient he wiis married in the yealr 1865 to Mss Lena Foster whbsurvives him NrSeay was a carpenter and farmer and was very successful in ttll undertakings and a stleady working man until disabled by- 1ectsof a dreadful atlack of white swelling from which he fully recbvered He was patient suffener andwhat a great nnoltion to friends and relatives to know that he could readily and willingly answer lliis Masters call and aY1 Yes I am ready And willing tp die Jt He had made peace with iiis Father in Heaven in early manhood when he became a member of the Christian church at Willisburgt of which he wasa devout mem ber1 and trusting lin God he wept through life mho theend a Christian man- Besides his wife four children Mrs B P Chesser of Hardesty Mrs W F Parrish of PoRn Mrs Emerson Barlow of Nelson county and MrtI W Seay of this county are left tto mourn his death Mr Sea i passed into eternal rest on the morning of May 10 atG oclock The funeral was preached by Rev J A Simms in the Christianchnrch at Willis burg the following day atOll rcTook after which his body was laid to rest in the cemetery at that place Mr Mark Crouch only member of Compauy u lOtli Ky lufahtry who was pres ent at the funeral made a fewI remarks in regard to his and Mr Seays hardships patiently borne together during the war The many friends in this community of the deceased extend heartfelt sympathy tp the bereaved relatives UNOit Heres to your health and happi iiess DeWitts Litsle Early Rleers frmoua little pillsl Nasty sick headache our biliousness mqy come on any time the aura iis an Kajly Riser Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stbre J I Notice to Tresspassers Persons are hereby notiped to keep away from the water works reservoir and there will posi tively be no fishing alloy edex eept to ticket owners r Springfield W E Light Go Eggs For Hatching From select pens of White 1 Plymouth Rock Brown Leghorn and White Wyandolts My birds were premium winners at the Fairs last year Eggs 75 Cents for 15 I A CJflMBAL- Ill2m Sjjrfngtieldi Ky i r THE 1EXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by man f rl D- rIE W Hall 2926 Olive street St LuisSend for Kentucky esjirnpnials I Jfi I r r c BIS1GHT C B1SIGHT Ask fpr Bi igbtThenew iinvisible Double Glasjs l1CC olrY double glass Ctarsell the Kryptox and Opifex T C Rifpcal Glass j DRWCGRIGSBY C A V has one of the best Optical J V Soresinfthe State tie hasm 7 added to his store the fol V lowing instrument The jj Geneva com bIDed Retina ii- C scope and Ophthalmoscope 5 hnd the c 1 Ophthalmo C meer for p1asllringthe as CJ tigmdtic Eyes He has in J g stalled a water motor and C put in a dynamo for light C ingnp the above instrument A J Be fills OcculistsJ aHCJ JtltlCJ any face He is making a C specialty of fitting glasses C and fits tnencorrectly and 5 C guarantees satisfaction C 5 CW CGR GSBY 4- The Leadiig Optician BARDSTOWN KENTUCKY T S Ir r LUNATIC PLAYS CORPSE Hides9ody Gets on Bier and Scares Priest to Death A wild scefte wa witnessed u week or two since in the TnSlui Hospital For Imbueiles at Constantinople 001 ot he patients hud died and was mitt out in a reserved room Another pa lent hapiwuing to peep through the door went in and tQuioviripr the body from Its bier shut It up in p large cup board where medicaments were kept Tie tlien lay down on the bier uuder lueath the winding sheet Presently the old chaplain entered nntt hlle rendlugn prayer over the TIlE oLD CHAPBMN TEItti JK TE KOB body saw the supposcdtdend man not only move init fix upon his face a look so wild that tie collapsed null tell in terror Shortly nftenvard one of the attendants came in and seeing Me priest stretched on the floor In wliat they thbught wala swpqu ran to the cupboard Ayhich they had no sooner opened than the dead body fell out among them TJils was alarming enough but when on turning round they saw the sup porfed corpse glaring uttbcni In a sit ting posture from the bier they fled Iir paniCj A little inter the tealstate of the case was established mt on b log raised the unfortunate chaplain was found to be dead In JHE HAS 1100000 0 3U Moines Bachelor Beg Police to Save Him From W menjWomen are about to overpower and marry H JHiggiub a bacUelor with 1100000 who lives in Des MGlnes lti1 So persistent has been their courtship ot hIm that he has culled on police Chief Toms for protection I want to ibe let alone he told Chief rows but the women here do riot give mea chance to spend one hour In peace They write me letters and semi me presents aid skirmish nrottiid and try to meet me I lave Just been worried so much jam losing flesh Look at me Here I am pale and thin and ajl worn put dodging wo men dont vaut to marry and if soil twIll protect mel shall not do Pleae Air Toms detail an officer In uniform to protect mef I nntlt known urouudbere that I am not to be bulldozed into matrimony I did think of getting Injunqtlons against the Vomeh who love me but look what it would cost1l Why it would keep all the lawyers In Des Xlolnes busy writing documents for a month md alhout the time I had the first r lay served another horde would fee camping on juy trail Higgins is amau of fiddle age and nandsomc Best For WDM and ChIldren On account of ifslmild action and pleasant taste Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is especially rtmeiicIed for woman and children xlfc does net nauseate Or gripe lLkpk1lsorq din ary cathartics Orino laxative FrulQSjfrup RIds digestion Jindjktiiiik iatethe fixer and bove1er Wtr1OUt 1t- rita1 g them Retaeraoerte naMe ORIN and refuse luostitutec So1- 43ythed Gross Prut tQte iThe Largest and Cleanest Stock of i IIDry Goods C1Qllllll1 I CCarpetst Etet t To be found in the State Nodoif p goods here EvehythinjSand at prices that will tempt IIShopworn buyers Mes For 30 DayS In the Clothing iil Carpet D0partmKs Beta these Departments are overitocked and we af IIgoing to offer extra inducementjn ar Ur to re the tockon hand ft will pay you well to look trough thece departments and Hat orprices before buying We are showing the Mweet and choicest patterns only q OUR LADIES REAYWAR DEPARTMENT Is well stocked with all tknew style in Suits Voile Skirts Panama Skirts Light weight JadGr lSilkCoaU Silk Petticoats Satine Petticoats MuMii Underwear SHIRTS WAISTS in both sWcraioJt Lingerie r I 4 J H SPECIALSExtra good yard wide Black t Taffeta Silk f100 onfyldic a few nays Lace Curtains yds long 59c well worth 85c I Lace Curtains 3 yds long 98c extra wide 150 for same thing 11130inch Jute Smyrna Rugl would be s bargtt Satine Petticoats fur 98c voitb it 25 l J Liadif Umbrella for 45c icorth 65c t Ladies Gloria Silk Vmbr lla gee cheap at Si 2I Whife Bell Quilts 75c and 1 00 extra Value i I BobertouC1aybrokoCo1I i Iti 4i I= NOTICEAf t 01- f Having bought of C W Hafwi kk stock of Groceries etc wilt cotM t- Pfi the business at the samn staad Will = keep for the trade a fresh upteniat = stockofeverythinggood t eat jCOUNTY PRODUCE WANTED j l = At Square Dal Is My Mottot It 1BringIneypurLzP4ryIrpCct jt Lebanon Laundry Ask for F bxfs t f Malt Tonic and aU lands of soft cfrici CaiIFWhat YuWlrn It Very Truly Yours l 4aiv T yI nLA1I L1 L i f4- cIiI Wanted 1 l t To F Exchangel ft i i 8 OO Wor ho lt Itf w t FORMONEJt r lt Pst- WeI Have The Goods i t V And Need ThY l8 IfJ Ik 4 iMoneyIj The Goo I t r JJ t Owing to thedelty jia the opals ol ts l ffind we have thlifa H ssock JM mustr go quickly LwjwIiLaakiJ4ess spd1ai r 4 iiSt S Iiui tto IiiriG- RTJNIIY1 ICINTIRE t j l T iIJ w Ea p t tt jrJ IfifieI kiuic invoice of 7 t 4tctk of t tlChk5 gP Binding 1 ttCFfie Cc jaMr of Chicago yt W miwtiy May 8 f j JI j M is Be iIH LancterJl AfQda JMiJ T MI1 for A fjMeerlj tltblscijhado Barrow fv ec pet from death The busi1 fln e eC the firm was conducted Iih ixthtury ofJi Cihicago 1rlltefHr and while the force i iec4Hbied in taking then tJoe Ire ibr kcibatini the based JlJIftolti e building and raged iiiiJb IJl3rlrapidly eating its way r j tech ac ndivg story f j r Miiwent to the door for iiJctiM tbiIa ana on ojhtng it was t tb1 bBritbI flatejes and kilHe qutckly closfed theI 1dQJ d MhiJ to th pthers feJih taking the invoice f J aji skehabe to make th ir 1 llJi jiCa0 The fire hid made such t J dway that aU ordinary means n tMOpeirere filled if ilh flames ff pHitieJaini through a corrHor tilled with smoke though freEt II Iftrcm Jlap they found a narrow t Jteeii Ire escape issriin froin oi6 iinioy at one end of theI iji Ttie building which Ben Lan I faster and two othermen dared ir 4decd The lower end of tia fireescape lacked twen y- jijeltcf reaching the pavement iuji this distance had to hoover P r ie by jumping ln tle fall- H rtr Lancaster sustained a badly 1 sprained lend other bruises is aite other two men were also 1igrt r7 AMudd and son sour- alflOher fireescape at a dil ent point in the bpil iip g and I ached terrer firma unjiiiiured rhe fire destroyed about 50 f It w9EU2woflrty be1pngtn f 4Othe Binjng and File iom J Opany which carried on its stock rohlirv14000 insurance Mr- 3Dancasterwas not a stockholder in the concern buf Messrs JAIJ Hjudd and hiss brother fndd were heavy losers 5S kTh0 many friends of Mr Irster and Mr MUdQen iegret exceedingly their loss lut4rejoice atiheir escape limp death Enterprise Si1orible if MtPajAtlIODT to be divorced from your appen jF There wtll be no occasion bfbk it if you keep your bowels gular with Dr Kings New 1Life Pills Their action is so t gentle that the appendix never has cusetomakeltie least com I iiliunfe Guaranteed by Baydon Bobertson Druggists 2c- II ITiy them TV t No SpecialDelivery i iLi No special delivery ipostage stamps will bo needed after tJuTy 1 next to insure the 1m J nediate delivery of letters 1 fporsuant to an act of the last isessijon of con ree Postmaster GeneralMeer issued an order fthat oa an af jerJnly 1 pext the Ac V attachment to any letter or package Of mail matter of 10 nt5s WQrthCftibyd om nation icof stamps with the words Speci aljrDeliyer printedon the en ylope or covering in addition i to the postage required for or tdinary deli ry ill insure the article will be handledbat 4osil it bore the r egulation spec 3ll de1ivistanip ya1 Cure d Skin DJsease3 Ca- ncerreatcatBIood Purifier Fret If yowr blood iis imi rfthin dis eased hot or iii j f humors if you have blood poison canoer carbuncles eattojj sores scrofula eczema itching tisings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rneuma tiRnif or any blood or skin disease takS Botanic Blood Balm B B B Sooi a1Iores heal aches and pains stpji blood is made pure aId 1 ricbDiggistS or by express SI per Jarge bottle Sample free by writing nl03d Balm Co Atlt4 Ga B 13ls especially advised for chronic seated cases as it cures after eSe fails 9lyr tdTP wlsn rMn should he prepared SfprQve1ytIIug iiat docs ndt He within t Llc firr J Itl1ngQras r Jfr 4mencr3 Is the njotlviri of disgust Ic TraTlery the cure Petrarchl fovjijii Live Tocl In Imrap tCoat tJolinSf Yoo of Bupk Dm Md r 4 Itm er In the Enterprise mine wiu S greatly astonished whu In blTeakingr id jpolld llumpjpf qoatt he saw a Uyc Jtoau J janip out aisSjJp nrpund his JeeETIie i f1oeln yrlkiihe toad was conflned t w2sNot large enough to permit any sxercise ea h1 put It is supposed the L WtujeWaa ceaturies ago lw hImself a wTfc ites frwQQd and wat to sleep WQRK OF THIIONGSI I What Hu Happened Vlnen an GittsWindedt The football match Is stopped Man burtn Tale time othese are the erpressious to be heard when a player is lwruded But why has he col lapsed 1 Why Is he gasplnlftoTalr1 A few facts concerning the lungs Tvill epIaInmattersSyou have 200 cubic Inches of air la your chest and you only breathe out at each expiration abut twenty to joncanyouareithe air It wpuld be bad for you If you could for your lungs are in a kind of bag Prick this and the lungs col Jape The footballer has had too much air knocked out 9t hhiu No wonder he giisps for the atmosphere Js pressing on his chdat the rate of ufteen pounds to the square luclu He 4n lost some of the air inside which should press against the pressure out side What about the work of the lungs Suppose the word laundry is used Instead That is Just the idea The impure blood travels to the lungsquile dark red In color 4lie reason I that It contains much carbonic acid gas Try breathing through a tube lntcjj some llmewater Notice theclean Water becomes milky This 9f9f conlf tinually passing from the blood into tthe lungs You Have to breathe six or eight times before the air reaches the bottom oulykefayou have inspired meets some carbonici geld gas nrtd they change places Down the oxygen goes till it meets ithe air cells Imagine a prison cell with a transparent door The blood as It werecaisee the oxygen Right jthrough the skin wall the oxygen passes The carbonic acid gas also passes out into the lungs tobe ex pired i What Is the blood taking away Your blood Is full of small live bQlie- slwrpuscesnnd these will take as you can give them when It obtains some of this gas that jit changes Its color from dark ta light red Away It goes round the body lind in a minute or two combs beck to the lungs with a fresh cargo of Impure gas In ned y you breatho out loOOO cubic inches of this impure gas Weigh If and there iia six ounces of solid carbon There Is enough material Cora dozen lead pencils Put this fact in nnothetj way You will breathe out in one year 137 pounds of solid matter perhaps as much as you weigh Where doesfit J1go you ask sl1rubsITbeywhat wasonce man A microscope will show you holes on the under side of a leaf At certain lmes of the day this breathed out gas from human beings enters and passes Into file Interior of the leaf Now leaf lla green because Jt conk tains millions of chlorophyl bodies These take the carbonro acid gas oat If you will the carbon and set the oxygen free to be rebreathed by man Pearsons Weekly A Curious Church The most singular church in the world is probably St Johns at Davos Platz in Switzerland Davos Plate is over 5000J feet above sea level audiIs famous as a winter resort for con sumptlves on account of flu great pu rity of air and protection from high winds St Johns church iIs a very small building but nevertheless it has buShlargerAbove the church and presenting most singular appearance being twist ed after the manner of n corkscrew The steeples contain some tIne chimes which in ancient times were used to sound the alarm when there was a threatened invasion of wild animals a Amphibious Man Man becomes almost amphibious In certain regions Temperature permit ting he swims as well dives bettor than many vjxnlmals better for stance than any dogs Time Greek sponge fishers and the Arablc divers must have sight almost as keen below water as that of the set otter They have even learned by practice to con trol the consumption the air supply In their lungs The usual time for a hippopotamus to remain below water Is live minutes The Jenrlfisb r can remain below two and a half minutes Til a tank a diver has remained under water for four minutes But tempera lure marks the limits of mans amphib lotis habits London Spectator Would Keep It Down The late Bishop Dudley of Ken tucks could administer n delicate re buke but usually took pains that the point should be obvious A wealthy but unusually stingy number of his church told hlin he was going abroad I have never been on the ocpnn said the old skinflint to the bishop and I should like to know something that will keep ise from getting seasick You might swallow a nJeklreponded the bishop A Slight Error A promise surgoon lepthrlnj a ilass of students fctfiil I was so drcHesf at iny ilrst opera lion that I made a mistake A serious oueslr asked a stu dent eellInlyionlo Express TheAgluttou is always thinking of What he Is going tomcat the dyspfeptlC qf what ha tins jut eaten Willing toTake the Risk Do you thInk a person con be tcUi rich and happy 41dont knoV btitm wIHng totused for experimental r piirposeK Cleveland Plain Dealer iBcaly Swollen TTewItt Jar twille iunr slofvl l Jewett I dont sc Jrjv YOU can sTiuk rttir head Kew Ynri iVoss iI0 IAAA r The affect of oiaUrnklutr a lone Yy time yIcold eeslly or Become ruclowa Ji Jsu the after efE fniaIrza i I YQJlrlf with ScoffI limulsifn r1tMwWOodaMtoMiup 1 AHD 100 bL MANBECOMEkB A BABY Surgei3 Turns injured Adult Back Jo Childhood J HOWLEARNINGUIS AB CS tTimothy Kane Struck on the Head Fast ReverfiragtbBestialitY When SSurgeons Knife Came to Rescue and He Pegan Life Anew Robust bright eyed and in the full bloom of what might have been JI1nrt hood had his brain retained Its hal nuce Timothy Kane for three years a sufferer from agonizing diseases is in Bellevue hospital 2sw York city with Ills mental faculties weak as those of u child and with surgeons mind nurses teaching him to speak to read to write to distinguish betweeu the ob jects about lilm Like a baby with alphabetical blocks strewn aro ud him anti pictures ot animals in gaudily colored Wrote Kane fortytwo years old hareeFted to tile stage where bis knowledge of the world must be acquired again v III fact the nan has literally lived 0 Iiesono life endlnfj three years two when he was sff nek on the heivd WITH AXPHAB17ridAD JJLOOKS STREWN IAIOUiD HIM and a lesion of the brain developed and the bthr beginning tlie day time last of a seriesof delicate astonishingly successful operrftions made hltn a tMisatc being once more To Drs BrR Curtis r4B Rogers M Vnnderhoff und Meuas S Grog iry belong the credit of restoring to onio sembhtnce of liumauity what had otcrioruted from ajmau Into u mere feature Dr Gregory the Bellevue tllenlst aided his confreres with his Xpert services while thcyi attended to the surgical phase of thti case1 Two weeks after IneI had been truck on the headJ developed epllep JY Parabsls follojve4 Then came motor aphasia and then loss of speech time inthi wlis slowly becoming n more anliynl Eq fur as Intellect and percep ion were concerned Kane Xns taken to Bcllevup Two lln half Inches of lila skull were cernpycd and tie pressure relieved He recovered from epilepsy but his right side controlled by t elleft lobe erf the brain was paralyzed A few months later nil his afflictions returned and once more the surgeons tackled the almost hopeless task Tfiey remo ed cer ain portions oC tlie brain nn once toreInpsethe ijpwcr f locomotion IJi Feb mary the surgeons coinveycQ toy him ti information that Another operation might pro e fntal JGo ahead lie lOtCurd rather ille thaii be tikis way Thjy went ahead The surgeons after Dr George imd JI11Jnne to be sane removed the 01Jr the mans skull perforine during feats in surr gery explored ttie ca IUeI of time brSln and then wait dtThrce days later Kane could speak Oucb iiiore however he lot the power of jarticulation and the doctors cpDtinued their labors finally rcplapiiif tlie pitifully nbfasfttl skull Gradualy ICane came lmck to Hfe came out of the blunkness the ethargy pathetic mental mtinh ness lie had siflredaudI now he Is on the ValId to ilcrovery Jt was one of the most unusual series of operation Uuown to surgery Kaiies condIIloi Is ijhcanny llu knows what n look is can recognizcj n telephone catt Ulsringnlsli betwaun IllsKnowiedgelipforo the surgeons iIs to have their iMnarkibIe patient put tiiVougli n i ourse of training exactly similar to fliat employed hi n kindergarten lie mild klfldlr looking anil hmeilable tn any procedure elected by Ills doe top In a short time they expert hem be able ilp return tjo his home ot 1757 lie will fhirl1nePIexlt SIlad an Onion In Hep Ear- loctoi I have an onion 1nmycnr atd Mrs Margaret Morton of 3415 North Watte street Philadelphia to Ir Mitchell In plJlntlonot her pres ence in tin Samaritan hospital Mrs Uorton hail shfTcrcd from earache ujjd Jiart tee told to roast an onion and tp place tub heiWt In the aching ear After the vesjeidble had been roasted and snflicientlyj copied she inserted It In the ear Thcif she found she could not get It out Dr Mitchell extracted the opion j l Afier tho EnterthlnmenL She has a rnagiilflcent tInt said oneiIbutl It Is badly arranged Tha parlorIs tpo far tram the dining room The wall paper Is beautiful re marked aiiother but the pictures are abomjiiabio It is a pity to ruin beau tiful wall tShe has a lot of eiegantiy bound kooks said still another but Id bo Willing to wager a live that none of tho leaves are cut In other words said the mudl who goolIenterft1lPress Unloaded on the Ragman Scribble Consratulatp me old man I got rid of all my manuscript last TTeek IipvIbb1csgbEmtsyou get to them 1 Scribble4J1ow much do jon supI ppse toribbleajHavcut the ii6t IGea SclqLle tt etb1cagoe rliim1 lpt AX IN TREASON TRIALS Sfisrp Edge TurnCd Toward Prisoner Whsn SsntencS Is Pronounced Every One Is aware of the dreadfully significant part the executioners ax plays In n trial for high treason The beitore bnsIMagazine And just before seute nc pronounced the sharp edge Is his waj elsI Evelyn who was present at the thntIlfortunn ascertained 7110blemnn that the soon voting oft wnsI peers went against him at effective but ghastly pleceof stage mdndgemcut Avjiich must have had a sickbning fits dpuHon f9rtile unhappy anti probably Innocent man In those days nowlhappily gone by no one seems to have inflected on the unnecessary cruelty of harrowing the fcc Ihlj of men about oI die by such sltocWng judicial byplay t Not evQiy prisouer treated this pure ly symbolic but otherwise superlluous1 IIand unpleasant ceremony as coutemp tuousiy ns did tord Balineiiho When tIle three cohelios conveyed time Lords Kllmarnock Brijniefinq anlljCromnrtle rom the Tower to be sentenced at Westminster on July 2S ViOa dUll cnlty arose It was not laid down by prescription or use In whicii cqnch If there wereraore than one the fatal ax had to be carried Obtthetiling in here cried brajv0 Old Bal merino Uiilout care I Yet Notwithstandingins contempt for this horrid symbol the mdaunted deatbJorhiuwhite cockade But Lord IvJlmarnocK UIJIe Helnqlm110rIhead would roll or rebounJ and when lIon the scaffold he saw th executioner dressed In white with n white anron HouieaowREMARKABLE HORSES Some Clover Anjmals anda VonderfUf 5Nw England Nag pubLciety who was also greatly Interested In natural hlstorj Sihithson the- fuuiderof the Smithsonian institution in America says London TitBits re lates how the horse of 41exaiuler the G rent Bucephalus wotiliat iifehjt oij hearing a blast of the trumpet from the soldiers ou guard sliowing the ap proach of the enemy funat great speed to lila masters tent and with ills teeth grub the sleeping noharch and sluiUe him until he sprang into the sad die and gallop lltoward tIe enemy Also that ttegrent Caliph Haroun aiRaschld In the o hth centurj la marching toward IM forces of Queen Irene of Goustanth tie i al ways had a number of tralni Arabian horses direct descendant of the famods horses owned by Ilqail 4000 years ago throm forvnr as scouts which from time to tlnie lqtu Heel to camp and b3n peculiar wjilnny anti neigh reported the prpslmitjj of the enemy Again he relates time experiences of the Portuguese explorer Albuquerque who lived for Inaliy years In the six te nth century on the Island oStHelena where lie amlj the ndtives taught the herds iofjyih horsed there not only to Ills potaWs but to husk corn lund these horses descended from a hcrjd taken there trw Cappadociu In thbsecond century as related by therthk historian Phil storJiU5 prCSlut111UIt lifo lim11 iiiearly run out tl at oneday on loading Ills horse dom t irotigha lane ton brook for a driuU tl e anjiniil and denly jmltcd auil turn lug Its head nroiiml grabbed tip will Its iteotli one of Its bind shoes which ind just drop ped Off rind lmoidIn5It in Its mouth WJtht the laiLs danglinsr It hacked Up against nfetontf wall and clapped It on to Its hofjf and with a few violent kicks nailed It on again p How Slow the Tr in I Two men were coming lye faeiifrom a nearby town on n iralnj other day The train S ov cry five minutes ltvseeined j nd the men became Iiiipathjht Iiinaliy when the train halted fox ttie jngihc tp get up steam the mans Impatience overflovcd IjNow what do you think of tJijf train he 1t1atluqlllUChPli rIIt Iqrit jross plied his frlcild ill Trogress I should jay tot sal be1flerceptetiireQthin In Doubt Some years ago Hen James review eda new novel by Gertrude Athertqnj Alter rending time review Mrs Athei ton wrote to Mr 3ines ns follows Dear Mr JnmosT tIitVCjrOad tii mue pleasure your review of m pqvol WI you kindly lot me Icnow wKethdr yo liked it or not InwreW y RVDI1ATIlERTONEr j 1I Thinks He Is Dear nIQll14fortyfireatS Jefferson county Kjv ibechme Insair and barricaded himself n nn oldjbulU oh hW fathers farm His inianit Is attributed Jo a scare which he n telred In n menatrerle when a boy II Imagines he is a bear j T i i ror tie- hiide To succeed these day you must have plenty Qf grit COUr- age strength How is itwithj thq children Ar6 they thin pale delicate Dbnot forge AY4rs SarsapairiHa Ydij knofv it makes the blood pure a idl rich and builds upfthc gendral health in every way children cannotbosilhtyliftvBBooilhcattl rnleis the b iweltnre In itoper ondlUim reSt stir conttipftUon by Ktlnic small laxntlv doses otAjeririlUAUvegetabe UEarcoa e Im do OA71IOoLol1Muil jLuersItAUtI vlao CURl ItlliI We bare no secrets Wa ppblleli the ftrmuUi of all our aidiclcet r1a I Womens Pate s cciwas1 a total wreck writes Mrs Beulah Rowley of Charnpo g Oregon from pains I had suffered for 4J yearns every month Sometimes I would be unconscious for 12 hours at stretch I painentirelyI Carilui f It does this by regulating the functions and toning up all the Internal female organs to health It is a pyre specific reliable female remedy with a record of 70 years 9fFUE ADViCE 1 success IIthasbene r Wrll us letter crtbrnc all 5 your symptoms and we will seni yoti envelopemiteTheCbattanoogaMedldneCoCbatt Why noyou TryitooraTenn BottlesIW E CAR D uk frLEEPS IN j ECOFFIN1- Sick Minneapolitan Gets Well In His Queer Bed LIES OUTDOORS ALL NiGHT Pure Air and Raw Eggs Cure Con cumptive Learns to Like His Grew some Couch So Will That He Cant rGivo It Up lllnneapolls has a young man who sleeps In a boifin every night and bowIThy collin perhaps should be more properly rolled a coOin box since It has not all the trappings of satin and lace tint ordinarily conceal the rude bare outlines of the casket but the regula casket handles arid glass cover icmdln on the box In which the hlmseltrA tcidency to consumption caused the yo mug man first to consider sTeep lit DKOiaUE1 TIlE lED IS IDEAL lug out of door1iUlll In looking about fbr something suitable for n bed he discovered In a rough coffin box just what lie desired1 jJ Filled with straw over which a blanket lIs laid he declares the bed Is Ideal anti for a gligfu protection from the wedthi he erected over his strange bed an awning there whether the temperature be Warm or frIgid lie states he has a cozy nest rime bot Is better than a cot because It Is warmer underneath A cot would bd very h1I but my box filled with straw 1s just the tiling Ot Iuurso any kind of a box would do Out it would bedUilculfto get one just time right size without ordering It made und found in a ready made coffin ex iLtlywlmt 1 wanted said the young man to a reporter of the Minneapolis Tribune He formerly had consumption but by eating a ilbzcn raw eggs a tiny for six liontlraho cijred liimjcl The egg diet was of course only n part of tho heroic treatmentt he administered to himself but he Is Otto of tire very few patients who Ifollowfcd u doctors orders undO liovcr falJed on the daily prjicticoof c coiiButning n dozen eggs He is IIQW perfectly well but from having lcpt out of doors for months lie is now so partial to It that he said lie would feel uncomfortable sleeping c In jUccoffin box Is justt liirti any other box except hi the association of Ideas nUll that he never gives the matter n thoUght Ho scoriis the 8uggC9tion tbl1t t perhaps he often wile In time night in4 an agony of fright at discovering him telf In n coffin lbox and declares he sleeps like n top Himself In Agony Operates on Patient With his hands niularms severel turned by carbolic acid Dr Jofinf Stur gcoiij one of the iicst known physicians iUnlontown Pa amputated a mans arm ftt tIle Unionrown hospital before lie nttcnOcd to hut own lnjiuie In prc faring for the operation Dr Sturgeoh hail made n strong acid antiseptic This In gome manner yas left Inn basin where n pnnot Water should have been Without noticing the mistake tile doctpr put his hands Iin the basin and started to nib the liquid JUlinbutattention he Ignored his own pulp Burns Cross In His Forehead After burning into his forehead with acid a cross WeAind onehalf indies longi Dr Paul Bcttix professor of Urcen In time Central Holiness unlver tty nt Okalooso In hfii declared Imself at the head of Thrlsta Own roluntccrs for the crusade of twiiiitiftth century Becniuie ofhls act ibid duplaratlon he has lean dlsmlsssJ from the univcislty Bettlx intends tgo to KiihsuH to organize his world He njks fcr 14 flr oaei to have nil cits Turned inti Va forehand nnd tago and pjgci wlU ut gerlo or DUtIle 1 SKEWER LANGUAGE Method of Marking Meat In the Great Beef Markets prenre about fifty men In the me tropolis says the New York Sun who know how to make meat skewers keep a record of their business transactions Tlicf men mire the representdtivea of the Chicago packers who sell thous- mm1sr of quarter of beef every day to ibntchefwork of these men Is accom IThol with great rapidity frequent are milking sale to a dozen butchers at the same time and to record these sales in a book would not ony consume a lot of time but would bo difficult as nil quarters t f beef look tlikerAs soon as a sale Is made the sales man sticks skewers Into the quarter selected by the butcher The fikewers are placed n such a way thnt each butchers purchases are ensiJt picked delIvrVimigAs some of the salesmen have as many as a hundred customers Inn lInT ll Is evident that as many combina tions of the skewers intro to be form ed1u yo nsqanf1110rcthali three skewers used on a piece of beef Iii one big Icebox there are twenty rows of quarters with forty quarter In each row In each piece of beelf t wttQ skdwers placed at various angles Btraffihtlup two of them crossed and In cvcryl conceivable combination Al knoiw by these skewers whom each piece Inloug3 to said the salesman Every beef house salesman has his own si ns Ihih method of marking the meat serves several purposes In addition to hat of saving time A salesman from mipthci lhouse could not come In here and tin 1 out what my customers have bought by ooklng at time skewers which would be easy enough If the meat Lad their names on 4 Nti her can one butcher find out what luallty of beef anbthei Is buy ing could make a thousand signs withott f uslnginore than three skewers on any one piece of meat v A GOOD SADDLE Except In the South andWe U Most Rtder Take What is Offered A wjell known norsenmn In speaking of tuG sport of ridiiiff In the United State1 recently said AltliouKh there are1 n number of good rider in this country very few men except in the west and south seem to know or care much about the- saddietlmt Is the way It Is built They sfmply take what their dealer gives them In England it is usual for riders to have their saddles made to order and they generally know what to order too Igooll saddle lUg both the horse and the iniyi It Bhonldbe roomy ev erywhere and especially so In the panels If you are heavy The throat should not be sonarrow usto cause pain or wide ns to wabble Plain flaps arjj most comfortable and businesslike A felt pad or at least h good saddlecloth should always be used and to given trim appearance It should be cut to tho outlines of the saddle It should be frequently washed and sunned Stirrups should be open wide and heavy pa that the ffet can be readily freed in caso of n 81mtiI 4t proper fitting saddle will stick with very loose girths and you cap find where It fits by walklifff the horse around n few mnJnutealpeopmotintinjr wIth theglrtlis unbuckled The horse will shift the sttddte t6 the exact place where It Is most comfortable When through with your ride remov the saddle nt once anl bathe the back with gold water following this It possible with an alcohol Khampoo Cleveland hiahil Dealer t A Darjgorpus precedent Thebest which iithivc seen of law versus justice anti common sense Is onewliicliMontalgue 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