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Judget tr COUNTY COURT y Citiaty theet GteJforth Koftfayia ech Kt1tIL LttLitSey Judge ffW F Booker CoiuityC1k TS Mays County Attorli1i a orgeJCatlettJaUer3 Sidney OSbOU11t Sheriff SwuAwlerjwn lerbe Dick Ishamtt Deputiw A JW t fJaJl1uF Moore County Surreyw t P OBryan Assessor w r 3itch l1 Deputy Robert Hoe Treasurer a U J M Montgomery Coromer rJt W Bush Supt of Cornmoa JNWata p Ot SprlHgfleW J GlTYs COURT ift f 3aws X Hoe Police Judge l i John race4arShalL rJff EV Qrlgsby City Attorney i jusTiciicouitT Jutlce Courof are held inJaHmarjr April July IBd October 4 Church DIrct9ry j J4 i METHODIST CHURCH i ReyG W Lyon Pastor Ser XTlce o l1the First and Third SuudaTB V 4eack month at 11 a w and 730 pm- t it ayShOo1every Sunday atlOam 14rayuingeverf Wednesday t igktj CAT IOJIC CHURCH j teT F F BenesaY P storIfSr- b kH 1etv Sirndayat 8 andlO ochock IF f SiceS at St Rse same 1ii Iiy paiSBYTBBIAN CHURCH veR EC Lawspn Pas- toIk1c t t1r 1 11 Ssndayat 1- 1t am si tm Baadfcy chool every toy it 10 a1 Prayer raeetin1 f Tkrdr cysNiagi at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH uarTie Will L Pa tor eeIrv sHay at 11 au ea4aJkoG1 every a Trayer 1I1eeting i M 145 OfiJock feeil jH= SrII A HT RTt iJ iimii J rifi 1I1IiiI1 A ROUND MMM ort4i4M + 1 t 1 1 B brk hites Wheat Field 4P1 KCIABAn ARD f sightederry Robert White l4CratClglnhispatch Across tAyei sciUching merrily iHis browfl toes twinkled in Jfce assV J dewgermstirighfuWhooh hln He answe1kine Bob Whiter 1 Int dprit Sflfflw that farme BrownWl1lentereo4flne day A icjutyour gQUfri harvest down Ar4bear It all jiydA d scare you and pur little mate Andput you bqthV flignt Who owns this wat fl6ld now t sweetBobir Is Tie echoes tang fedb Whiic Some hunter bold iky pass this way A To shoot the 1AndThen ohhow can you zj Be drew himself upon hV toes With all his little mighl And challenged merrily The challenge was BoWVhiteJ Oh pretty Bob I love throng You ft1ig from morn jtjiKRv I You never did a cruel wro You cherry Bird and bricBut you are hunted far andoOer valley woo and higo1 wonder now who is to He answered Not Bob rr ITTLE DOING The isilittle doing in theaVS h ngtoncircuit cOurt whipho d- herepnMonday andt1ese n promises to be a ratherj unim i tant one The last grand j returned only eleven indIct met the smallest number alms witfain the history of the cOc andasthe Oommonwea1thdockl was pretywell cleared at tslast term the criminal business1 41Theredocket and the term will doubt lless be short one This 8tate of affairs speaks well for the good behavior of the citfcens of the county and no one objects toty sale perhaps the attorneys ItS a little hard on the lawyers to be sure 0 P7FTER THEM Judge ThurJ L1A man in his instrvctions to tho grand jury on Monaav lasti called their attention to a duty which if faithfully performed will put uend to a practice which has been a growing evil I in this cotinty since the taking off of the toll gates some ten years ago We refer to1 thc land grabbing practice indulged in bysome of the good farmers hen they have occasion to build a new fence alonga pubjic roan Judge Thurman instructs the grand jury to investigate the practice and where the prooff is brought out that a property owner has moved his fence out so as to encroach on the public highway to fetum anindictment gainsthimas the matter isi clearly a violation of law 41 t will probably be netVs tosome of these offenders that the practice is a violation of the statutes and it will doubtless have the effect of puttinta stO1 afewlconvictlons 4 tT1 HEY WILL BITEA fakir with the rankest sort offf tales the patent medicine cure all carried two or three hun hdgoodihonest dollars ontc- Moay t vhtch he had col I1lthe court day cro IL 1bad gathered on lb Laastonishing to see iNWeh good sensible y little fa- k11jong They tflptt dollars j arently 1t JIIIIOeyr J eas1 1J tel Lw o to cure all ailments and cure nothing surety ejxcept a swoolenr pocket bqbk there need b no j fear of hard times in the money i market The tqwn charges a license for toe fakirs to operate but it is not high enough It j shouldjtfei thadd prohibitory J Wof derf ul Eczema Cure Qur little boy had eczma for fiye years Writes N4Adams- rHenrietta Pa Two of our home doctors said the case was t hopeless his lings being affec ted We then enJplQ ed other IF but no benefit resulted t By chanqe we read ftboutElec rio Biltters bought a bottle and don noticed improvement We this medicine until several bottles were used when our bov was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and body bnirdiitg health tonics Guaranteed at Haydon Rob ertsons Drugstore 50c t c Born in Springfield t The StV Paul Kansas Journal ins the following account f the death ofa former citizen f tis cOunty JI j edatr1isHoineing ajid the remains werle brought mormrgoCfhefHierl Francis church yest rqay moro tog andvinterment was made at he Catholic cemetery Mr Latihum reside in this ity for t a number 91vears moving his fatnily to S dalia last He was a gbod citizen and his many old friends J here r mad sorry by his death I SamuEl Lanhatn was born in Ipringfieldp4 JCy January 10I 7H was therefore 60 years lanonths and 26day01d attheIIp =e of his death Hef was iited it marriage to Mattie Champion a t Ros Kyt Nov i11873 B ife and seven children sur vii Ifthim The children are Mis Carrie Eedinger Mrs Ida LawlerIMiss arv Knd Louise Laahh m v MrKjanham was a member of the JSb Q W lodge here and carrieSfa 2000 life insurance policy In that order The Ijereaved relatlves have the sympathy oi all Y iIftMt Consumption IIl All nattopg are 1deav ring to check thcliages lof coiisumption the whitjgue that claims so many vIctLeach year Foleys Honey andr ctires ougbs and colds perfed and you and in no danger of coawnptlon Do not risk yoLw health iikingsOmennkiJown preparation SrKen Fpleys Honey and Tar is safSjnd certain in results Ak for FoleY gpncy and Tar and iusist ton hiving it For sale by theRedCsOsSgStLre StranfelDisease 0t Te IailviIeRerald says tbat mqre1 m tTeny cItizensin the pJIerryvi1le ction have recently affected wit4l astrauge thseasd- hich has inanyaracteristics 1ol cholera altliougbj ome milder r informs antires1t The doe kept busylwaiting on ftprsare dfsJ wh6tecomt ill suddenly and grcwxtre4ly weak AmajOritYfhe cpscs biletthc ctL1m tIey1ave thatleJ r 3 a 1 oBardff this place informs us thatthsamc disease as descried ab6vepre neighborhoodtintbef gorThere were romthe disease but many of the patients became violently ill fiiimlilthrr91W It jo suffer fr im rheumatism t oi4 Ian for BaIlar 1s Snow LinimenV llVIng quick belief It is a surb e for spraius rheumatism o muscles ana all painsand the reach 0faU Price 5ci 0 R Smith rrenahav I have ut cd Ballards Saoif It IB ay family for ye + 14ka Xgd Inc remedy tot hef I recomnien4lt +et Soidlby ItW tore 1i Died in Louisville Mrs Maria Bell died in Luis ille last Thujs lay of infirmities foL1ue She was formerly a Miss Fill and was born and rjearediuhe vicinity of Freder- ckstqwn were her oulv surviv ing broth r Mr Fred Hill now resides Qcaed was married twice hfirs husband being Mr Ben Wight who diedtt many years ago Later his widow married Mr Pam Bell a jirominen ciizen qf Fairfield He also died severalyears ago Kincehis fiMrs Bel1bba- esided in Louisville vfbe was 80 years oldand possessed many admirable traits o character toIiiisp1acententrBardstown Stand rd i4 Horroi fccaievpr jJG W Cl bydl a merchant ftt Plunk MOJhadanarrojw es J capo four years ago when be ran a jimson bur intj his thumb He aysliThe dOctor wanted to amputate it but l would not consent I bought a box of Bucklens Arnlca Salve and that cured the dangerous wound4 ROberrsonStqrugglstSI REPORT Of THE CONDITION A AOF THE FIRST NATIoNL BANK OF1I7RNCIFIELD At SpringQold in the State df len 811May 1767JJJJ L6ans 986Overdrafts 1Ji 9f33322US00000Banking OODue2525SDue fjis788iDuerescrvI 440SG2Notesj banks 52000 i FraptJona l paper currency 11352fjAUFlTTI DANK VIZ Specie 1035540 1695540Redemptionf t Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 250000 Totall v s 9 9308 L rLZ = opoooosurplusUndivided profits jess ex 17SOOOO 7J7p7790Natlonal 4i397Due3 61363rnai3531117Tni3407827Notes 1085303Billsf i tiflcates of deposit fOr 93HeserVCdTotalI 99308331 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUXTI or NGTOVi ss I AiCMcEIroj pasbier of tbs above ntySYcart1lntthCIalov C M McGlIQKD Notary Public COHHECT Attest W D CLAYBROOKE I 1jDircctorsHL v Fort RENT A five rbonjilatj over Shader s grocerydpply to L A Burns Nolth Bend Budget GUI Correspondent Puts in a Plea Fork Public hn viprovements tcotn Cnot as the winds com when forests re blended riot as tne Waves come when nay 3s atd stranded t but come ip oil you we havexbut littlo cor planted tUat tobadcb plants are ate and very small and that we leartily coincide with what the tfprth Jole cor respond en tbf the tfews Leader said in his last lett r t tc e are soiy indeed that Wa hlD tOp county is so poor at the North Pole and at North Bep after paying her taxes for 115 from 1792 to the goOD Jearstrf A Th 1907 that we wait till the river run down or takeI dog ferry J o c oss it At thesmetime we ard glad to knqw that our brE1 bfen at the South Pole have bura rEiutopbia electrified by electric lights have au ice plaryt wa sr works and fine roads the str ams crossing them being walJtjevthe county to read this letter 1ask himself if the tinged of shl me has not been pointing him in he face for afc least twenty ye rfe were 1a Magistrate in ihil pd of the county when the Pis alllCourt met and asked for anj lapprcpriatibn thatUid not be nei tOy end of the county would answer Give me the little bri Iges across Sulphur Jreek ana Beaver arid the one acrossi- t Oh iplm River and the Sapmgton 0 d and I am atyour service E PD ROWS ThiS offer one hundred Collars re vrajrih for any case of catarrh that dsrjdoi be curedby Halls Catarrh OU 4FJ Cheney Co Toledo 0 Ie the undersigned have known F ill Cheney for tho last J5 years an 11 elieve him perfectly norabl- n illbusincss transactions a id tiDal ciz to carry out any obliRa tit by his firm IfIfable Kinnan Marvin1 Druggists T ledo o j Lalls Catarrh Cure is taken in cin allY stptiug directly upon the bli od and i uc6us surfaces of the sy itenj 4 efltiinsnials sent free Piicc75c Jcr bottle Sold by all drjisffists Calte Halls Family Pills jon con st pacion Some Grapes I Here ejre some facts about a WDnderful pioiifib grapevine bit of unknown variety Iii- tile rear of Mr Clarence Van a sdatrs residence a vine set out n no years ago It has thrived a id grown beycmd all expecta ti onf The parent stem is how 1 to 18 inches in circumference f om whjch four brdnches grow ie reaching out north one east o west the other south each 10 eing about 100 feet in length i id all producing shade and uit in marvelous abundance The grapes or bf a whitish olor lucious arid sweet Jfor t le llast several yearsl from 300 3400 pounds of grapes have een jgath red from this one i ine A careful estimate 0f the umbeir of branches now on this r LWS OVELI GENUINE MALTA DOUBLE S MALTA LADES I Gultiv ors1 RII3ING ALXNG1 TONGIJESS a BI 7E TOOTH The Best Lawn M wers v and Garden Hose I r1IJohn ii fly tB rb io BrberI LiiiYii JIIiI- i L uflstlUuIflhtiui 11tJaHJ I iU iIArOAKII6 POWDER t Nadeio- Pufe periJnr1 The only excuse for buying anything but a Pur4GapeCreajnof Tartar Baking Pwder is to save a few cents in prke cIlOY L costs you a Few cents more per can than Alum jbf Phot a phate ofiinie powders but it is wortli far more than thedifFcren I4to your biscuits cakes and pastryjrce from theiinjuriouft tcflCtsof these cheapeningi substitutes JContinueduse of Alum means permnent IPJUry to t1 AVOl d SayplROYAL IIPOWDERi- 0 d i caItweokplaceR- tbe figures at about 5000 This curiosity has ben visited byI representatives grape nurser ies of California and other states and from HiHeom yers auda magazine ijrriter1 and authority on horticulture one of whom have ever seen anything fWUsOQncompany the articlel intended jor his magazine Harrodsburg HeraldS M BNtFI1eIIL Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route 1 Fort Edward NY saysrDr Kings New Discovery1 is my best earthly friend It ha also performed a wonderful cure of incipient cposnmption for my sons wife The first bottle ended the tern ble c ugh and this acconiplished the other symptom left pne by one until she was perfectly well Dr Kinds New Discov erys1 power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed by Hay don Robertson Druggists 50 and100 Trial bottle free i Milt Taylor Recaptured Milton Taylor after sUCCSS ullyeeluding the officers of th law for two years was captured in Crncinnati last Saturday and biought here Monday where he was lodged in jail and is now awaiting ijria Taylor is charg ed with hopsebre king graQd lajcenrv andf stealing a horse The actsere committed near Chaplin abo4five years ago and Taylor was rresved and corn mitted to jail here and promptly indicted Before the trial toOl place however be escaped from j i1but was finally recaptured at Peoria Iii He was again spentIr eflrctiijg 11 escape again 1m wafe about tWo years ago siiicethat time he dodged fromr pillar to post locating io the last year at Cincinnati whrehe enffaged in the barber business Hewas eyidohtly do ing well when stfmebody peach ed 01 him arid his arrest followed by the Citicinniti police The authorities here were notified and last Saturday Marshal ATcGill of this place went to the Queen City and secured the prisoner returning here with him Monday night Taylor is bout 23 years old and is a native of the Chaplin neighborhood He is a married man and is unusually shrewd The three cases against Taylor are set for trial next Wtdnes day Bardstown StitidarcL Wire flpwqr stands LiMfrtr for1 salsl at Barbers w 4wa IitUBSCRL7JON rIII L II u It f 1111 keep i EORFALSE ARREST itIAgainst Cefof Police i For 5000 Each c J R Iiendricb and C L Campbell tof Caseycounty the two young men who were tenin charge by Chidf of Police Thompson a ftw weeks agfofbr sevt3rilllgalIpnslof j i i acbjforA Thompson and the surety of his official bond The Ddited States Fidelity and Guaranty Co and Station souse Keeper Ben Wilson and John Rubel surety on Mr Wilsons bond The plaintffs allege in their petitions to the court that the Chief pf wrongfully Illegally and without right arrested them and Iccked them in the city station house where they were kept for something like three vuarters of an incur They stated that they hadto go with the offlcar from Jalin sons livery stable to the p lice judgs office through Main street said street being the maID thorough fare of the city and constantly filled an J thronged With pepple passing TtTpy were greatlyI humiliated and ask 45000 gesj each The suits wereI brotightbyAttorney S A sell The joung men wer rrested by Chief Thompson OB Tueaday May 7J They had driven herE- In the morning an fafterwards went to Springfiefddi6n their return the officer foind several gallons of whisky io their bu rj and took them in charge Later after an investigation there was IsotDe doubt expressed as to whether or notths lw hidII been viul ted aJldtbe mem were dismissed T eeare There are some Jhoweveci who think tlita violation of the law committed Leb Enterprise lI IonniJit succeed the fitst time nse Herbi an you will get Instant relief Tl e greatest liver regnlator A pMattve curk for constit1on dy epUi malaria chills aid all liyereoa pUints MrCi ofRioc Texas writes My wife feas bin using Herbine for her elf and ckildrea Jer five years It ilia ec ewr fer coustipation and QMl2ria ey rt wkkh Is snbstantiated by wkkt it kw MM for my family Sol ky jthc IM Cross Drug Store r ft IJarray e a- I Then k inS x amor thfe frrta 6f M celhs hborbooe cwrJ pC tprsisq in lirgub tic r baak jkes1dwi q q- yA of iii itIi The oM fvosfcr cWm ibmt the pest Ii ste oLd cy iciiu s tiyt I jJJt r doubees CO1 C41s1SI tEi v size MiLIcre pinif thingi M Ow TieeWfc f of diMrpopular et bawawi a bo rmf C this afternoon iami Mses ttist i an eighteen acre Aiar oj 1isgrass on the farm of Mr Yftfitt Hudson wal li id coaapiw ir bare He saidI Iir JW4 t was as bare ai an oriwUry turnpike ulthoaj k a ttago ft wtsQnejof thegruaes f the neiRbborbooc t it k k M Vorms just two faj fe eiiM pUsh the reralA VabI Lesi A process ofditchiBjf babssu I gone through knd am ibe reach the ditch e thyre iiwwi Tie fara er hop kjr thkjaifM to stop the 1estrctivessesz it tl hlef Votf cold or coajfJi take Xesssdy cJ axatire Cough Spny It is bMsvs han any other c5tik rewAdy linaMt- iU lax ativa principle Mtjarjei a i Jl r eopious ftctkiQ of the bowels and at tIde sanae if hela 1tThMOS Sf MM throat BtneactkMM tile brtatki tubes and alIsy tlnaaMss ttIiet+ M CQO I mtmbmne c ad tar fil4MM M tis5 OWMMi like Ik Cetw Mt tiM rtuhiM iPare FoMi itMLr DniiLwIsMrtho Red tGrt oC7 Prsiditf J llll t l jr Bopkir4yrnsyrCo- wnL S pf iaidaat of tt aitCoautj id rf lk AaSocUy oiity tm f victim oflib Bifflrt rti K large pl vbO hto iJJa RrIirpuH111ei laM liiflrt Tnwtw 11 tbeW iitetbsth a raters of tbe ootrag s iL meos1ohou A f n4 the tb r a Inoeft1ru the EsIv d th marders note WMkft w IIrIIA Tht 10 ftiiw 1t Cows iBliplMii d to vu 1 tt YforbkIo4 hpbes s- iuiibltoobtiet any The IIfUyt of MM n i dssvi tb bei is OL NI I Cow is os tb buss kawaiid uers Ia W 0 V1rL t x r1MSsI4 Sd LA orgsiiisAS1i IIIifL Q Uaa1lofjpa i ij fl AtkivgA 1 r id rt bir r I niI psbll raflew a fully pf Mb45fl faatal lflsades b i f yt 5IPs t 57 t Jo1txal JtNI Uoesd BID Kj J+ 0 T T s r v r w w i T TH SWS LADIT jr- r i A tJIIENEWS4EADR j AT lf 1 AYE4IPIADVANqE l n j k p 11 J J f wttIIGNLb kvt i 1 p IgLDAVISONJO troi et1oet 10 ceiI joer 1 TOJ s b nUH J 1lClIsMnd political jaatt L l nowJatt bt cash r Jlf flj4olJ ttof o ds r 14 on JUbcral tj t i WaaaiI1a16J 1 e+e1ut1o4 Qf1rpt a t ji J jt T 1l bSrfr TRDATMAY3o997M e i k I We ae authorized to announceAT 4 AA Is1s GOre of Spdngflt1d a candi r 4is fr SUte Senator from the Fif 11 Senatorial District composedf Jijf j JoDt ashingtoa a c tiw t1c iwbject to the action of the 7 P MUuratIc party of fibe1 P4 predictiorfs Which havew 1 impostgCt it PPbJ to convict the Hargls gang 4g Mty oi their alleged crimes seem t biat ta be fulfilled After 1r free at their tfjalatLXt f aeei ord now comes from r Hook t atoo Lhe 1Lj f ij trf the Commonweidw 4repreMatives to attend courto cj tiSf Jacik of interest shown tn4L Ylby the rjelitiyes of the JateUr Cox in 1fJ case Speculation is Y iiow rife in EllIott coutjas to rG to 1 fwhitther the prosecution of the vy iHargise aud Callahan lor al yM jlg d conspiracy iin the assssiw II V natlcsis in iBreftthilt cetinty idll gThepishedY 1d1 J I l Judge JaDi s E fcantrlll 4tter a 4fi drythg the salary ofa Judge Jt the Q1 App as for 4V1 i tseveral years and nrhvingMj i k kr prmecl ariy pf the duties of at i that high position because of Jf physical disability has at lasth resigned Gov Beckhain has- ti aoTntedHon JohnvD Carroll w t rltUO tbit1ie place lat When yourback ris Its almpsshel sInvariably 9 ledication that some f thing is wrong with your kidney J wea diseased kjdneys frequently J Cause cause a break doWns of theS f i entire system IJeWitts Kinne yand f Bladder Pitla a ffdrd prbmptrelief for bacJcacbellliftammatt 1 i r trllbI siS otbe Red Crow i rt t rpjrojf Store tSSJ t1 WiIIisburg lj 1W J r i Quite a number attended the r wading ofMr Xjawrence Wal fffeand Miss May Birch near I liifckvflle rasfi week r LE W SrJ1b and Miss t visited relativesq Ma4tie Brown e t r iyalrview last Sunday White of Illinois visited if J biirparentj of this place jastl l L W Perkins was burripd- tWednesday the fun t e being conducted by A Sims A verv large tended the funeral A ij Wells visited her lv A4 Or Yates Satur 1 Tate is very ill at f L ftof ftte and will be j ta afew days and t1iss Ctrdwell last tt VaIleyHIII fMiss Hear Got YOU school teacher spent Tueidiy faight of last weak with Yrand Mrs D Kelll Rev and Mri REO Law ion of Springfield Visit r Mrs almer Grundy of this Ja uesday4 I ceo Miss Ruby Snider 1issHettyleHy Mrs L Ue Settles daughter land grandaughter yisited at the home of Mr Jeff Settles near Maud Tuesday Many from this place attended FredericksburgWednesday cod time Mr Tbs A Jrundjr participated in the base a1i game and metdefeat Mrs Nick Mudd entertained dinner on Thursday Mr and rs WillardThnmpson of near Springfield and Mrs Palmer Miss0WMrr Watt OBryan purchased twp cows from Palmer Goatley and one fram turner Derringer n last Wednesdayto be shipped om Springfield the same day Mr and Mys S H Weakly South Louisville ate here visiting relatives Mr Weakley will return home this week nie his wife will remain the guest of relatives Keiqe several weeks Mr Weekly is engaged loutbLouisviUe town was in our village Thurs day on b s ness V ttr Victor Vonwick Presi dent of the Oputineutal Oai riage o of Uincinnati took dinner ibti Mit and Mrs T Ci TiNtumt i f this place Thnrsday Mr Tatum handles that biaiid of buggiesJere M Hugh Stiles of v6pring field purchased cow fromi S Tucker tfriday at 2250 Mr WE Brown is bia Iding an addition to his lieu e at Tucker Heights Mr W F Moran has the contract which is- eilonthe way of completion Miss Mattie Tnckerr of near- rederiCktQwn attended Sun ay schoo atthis place Sunday Mrs Bdn Janes visited rel tiV s in this section Sunday grayfI1idstSundI rs Arthur Goatley IS visttins the homo of Mr Palmer Goatley of this place this weekS 1hercord ia Kan Saturday to male Goatleyfllthat place Benedict Janes apdjwife of Maud visited relatives in this Ctipn Sunday j Thos Reed and wifJpf near Bookervlsited at the homeof S E Piles of this place unday Hark Shenari 0 Booker visited his parents near here Saturday and Sqnday Misses Maggie Imogene and Pearl Goatley sport Tuesday at he home of Mr and Mrs Wi W F Moran Si J Montgomery and family SundayJ Messrs H B Tatum and w B Ballard were in Lebanon Friday on busines hascomplevdThompson Co of Litsey and will remove his mill this week to DWalkers ofhisSingfie1dSaturday nIcehorse Mr Howard Tatum had the theStigallweekVhoQorse eandfInjUa1i Mr Charles JJonahoe hats been quite ill during the past week but we are glad ta saV is writingMrtakenhecontactlargf3hqssand h completed thV dwelling GI thl Thompson farm and wi 1 liM other at Cedar Grove this Yf The rain of the first of the Week was fallowed by an unus nat cold s entJpgiit seemed us though winter was again returning The Sunday School of this place is certainly proving to be a success under the staff ot ex cellent mum ters Sunday was a good day and it was a flight squeeze to put the 50 pupils old and young inside our school J1frandied S G pucker and wife Sunday Acontrovercy has arizen ovor the telephone service in this section Tho3 j on the homeII ll1s arjethinking they will bs forced to cease using their phones or taLe a Cumberland box Many from this place are at tending the Bluegrass jSchool Tournament this week Mrs W F Moran is quite ill at this writing lNelfrom their homein iLoujsvHle to be guests of their grand parents Mr and Mrs M1 Reed99f this place during the summer yaa tion tifTie HewPflre Food and DM tev We are pleased to antiounce that Folqys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troublesI ife not effected Y the Nationar Pure Food and- Drii1aw as tcontalns S no oplatejs or rfoommend OrysDrugstorl MOOR SVILIiE to 7 Several of OUr people took In county court last Monday Mr W aand family Iof Stitbton Hardin county Ky GeoGiigsby tamiJypffetid Mrs John Cutsinger of this piece J quire Hendren and crew will rej air the bridge across Chaplin river near Tatham and will be ion the jlylaud hill next week Mr Ed Boblit of Springfield are vis ting her parents Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith ofti place Ther o is strong talkof taking a vote whether or 6pt stock shall bii permittee to run on the nqtTheKovemper election We think Xe have more laws now than are enforced But if majority says stack law we will spy amen revlTipgtbii beiog set out and e think wheat oats ani rye will be greatly benefited Flour iSjgo ng higher all the facteverythins enoughtvtsionsr Weg attended bifhdav dinner it MrT K Stevenson May 28 1907 tocelebrate his 70th birth day 4 large crowd was pros ent andfa sumptuous dinner was spreacirkwhich w6 as well as the resteiybyed We all repaired to oiirrionies that he would live birthdaysHeof usefbll presents Mrs Mary Gaigsby is visiting Relatives and fi1ensin Illinois She had a brother and his wife and another ma ni land wife was kilted at a railroad crossing about two months ago Well licensed saloon is a thiii r of tne past Mirr Welshtho pro prietor paid 2500 for the prop erty and sold it f6r 1500 fo beneIHtr cst ScliooIIious iM rWillj Wells ife and t1le spentSundayyGoodlettflBorn to the wif Qf frMur- ry boyHevf to theHardestyayMissSundaytfitUitroiiJiilj fI IJ1J taijt LIIBCli Room IL pdloft Dpinksl q LWc of business on Main siili1 for the sale of Ice alo have a s c kinds e a pitpn The Kidneys Are rUBjtenfiil by OverWOrk Unhealthy Idne s Mafci impure Blood It usted to be considered that only urin4ry land bladder troubles were to be Kdneysbut science praveso I nearly nil that have their beginning ih the disorder organ these The most kidneys afI blaodIthatTherefore whey your l idneys ijre weak or out of order you can Understand how quickly jyour entire bodyf is affected and how everyorgan seems to fall tqdQ its duty begintakingJ Kilmers SwampRoot pecanse as soon as your kidneys are wellj they will aelp nil the qtber organs to pealthOA tr1l will convince anyone Y If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidnisys The mild cud the extraordinary effect of greatkidneystatids the highest fonts wonderful cures of the most distressing oases and is sold on its merits by all FTft7 Inigg1stsin fiftCl1t md o1edollar size lt5lbojtttes You mayI It SyrampHooLbyhbrito find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble MeMion this paper Biughatiitonbut remember the nahije vampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRobt and the ad dress Bng1iamtonNY1ouevciybott1e jMr S P Cheschjeir knd son SprmgtieldMond Mr JbeBiVins sin ScottsviUe Indiana looking fort a location MJSam Goodlet and wife of Spnnsfielfl visited the formers parents Sunday v MissesTexie andjLucy Barlow were the pleasant uests of the Misses Giay Sundajy We were glad to see Valley HilTrepresented in the oollucis of the News Leader once ogaih and hope we will 4ee the news from that place eyery week in the future 1 I Rev OammHck will preach at the Hardesiy scnOol house the 3d Sunday in lUriet Everybody come tq bear Vk On Looker properly When digpstedthe your obd 11h11inrit been em is impaled1i1iie dame jroportion Your stomach needs h1p Kbdol for indigestion and dyspepsia not only digests what you eat it tones the stomach and adds sir6agthto the whole body Make richpnre blood Kod l conjtajms NatiOna Pure Fpod naprll ttttthe Sold by he fced C roofS Drug rj v tHE RUBBETfEE- Hw lthe MHkit Trcfited After the Flint Is Tapped largebecpod in thb duelling ijind the juc Is collected on flie f11Io1ngmomthg At deep horizontal Incislf is made near the base of tIke tree 4nU then from it It eU 11oneje teuill ig UP the trim with others qt sliprt distances ip an oblique direction Smtxlij shallow cups made tom clay and lined in the sua ire placed below thcj incisions to re ceive the milk eiicli cup lclng attach cd by sUcking apiece of soft clay to the tree and Jres1iigj the cup against It tack tree yieldsj only about sjs ounces of julcqithrqe days To produce tbd rnliber the Juice heated In the Cotioi g manner A piece of wood about three feet long with a flhttetJLylL ay nolilI pt one cud of t 14dIpp d in tin milk or this Iis placed over tt as evenly as possible Tire inilk is then carefully dried by turning the n od round and round n white vapoy obtained byhoatlug cer tain oily palfti jnuts the vapor being confined within certain Huiits by the narro vnes3 vf the noclc ot the pot in which the mris tire lietted Each layer tlrmbeforehnna i1i mne five 4ir sirIloumis un IiourNew Iprk Amttrlcan WEARING TROUSERS AtOne Timethje Custom Was Regard ediasi Irreligious It will assuredly scorn morn than strange that nt one iitne and not so long ago the wearIa4of trousers was regarded as IrrbUsIouf The fact that In October 1S12 Hn order was made byl St Johns aid Trinity colleges tiiatery young mr u ijvho appeared Iu ball or chapel in paii tnloons or trousers should be cousiil 4red as absent Is startling enough but It would appear that pUjht years later he founders qf a Bethel chapel dt gheffleld inserted a clause In the trust deed ordniuing that under no circum stances whtiteyci shall ipjy preacher be allowed to occupy the pulpit who wears trousers This Is striking but It is eVenmore Impressive to find that the Rev Hughl Bourne one of the two founders of the Trlmltlve Jlcthodlst CJojnnesIon said lila cofoundfir That trousers wearing CI leer drlnkhigr Clbwfcsj will never get heaven liitI It wouldl need a student oritho Breeches Blblef to say precise ly when this nssuinqd l4Ic01in lon between theology and trdusers began and eptLroiidoii Salt In the appearance salt as seen In everyday use on the table In the kitch en and elsewhere there apparently nothing Particularly litetorlc but in reality there is In jliiiiO B C Moses asked Can rtnythlujr which Is un savory be eaten without salt The Jews in ancient times were com rna detl to use salt tii their sacrifices Herodotus born 4S B c notes thnt the EgyptlanspreserypuXnicat flsh anti fowl by steeping thorn ja brine The ITcbrews Invariably rubbQQiow- born babies with a solutlbn of salt to harden tle skin niake It hcaithy and prewnt sKin diseases t rhereveifsalt is sfbknof in ancient writings it Is in most emphatrcj lan 4uage showing the sretat Importance It possessed for odr forefathers el1fi MilS r Queer Bo kTitfesllold books said the Jintqun IIII4Liirlous i I I Cash Produce Rouse tI ATWILLISBURGf AYe have opened at Cash Produce House at I Willisburg where we will at all times be prepared to receive and to I I Pay Higfipst Makotf IIPrice in cash for Poultry Eggs Butter and other country produce Farmers of the Willisburg neigh borhood will do well to give us a chance to buy I their producel i n oM H JONESIQi 1 INCORP6RTED J ISE l- acre is a volume of sermons print ed In Salem In J7D2 Sermons to Asses Is its scornful name Here is a book dated 1743 that is called Look to It or Ill Stab Ye It Is a treatise on polygamy MThls Isa pamphlet by a spinster against the young men of the seven teenth century Its title is A Din sertatlon on the Pertness of Our Youth In General Especially Such as re- Trained Up at Tea Tables A return Wast Itothatdissertatlon Is this other iltliletQth same year Qulppes For TJpsitart Newfangled Gentlewomen or Al Glass to View the Pride of Vainglorious Woman The Influence of Trees A writer in the Minnesota Hortlcul turist says There are but few people In the world who do not admire noble trees on streets or country roads ands Wherever they are found such thor oughfares arC the favorite drives The pan who plants trees is not only a public benefactor he beside mlnls ters to his qwn well being Pb SIC- iIentalnnd spiritual He deserves qredit for aitrulstic work and hb ills sceur1ngcouiena double motive for ills endeavors Honor and happiness will be his re ward The Best Map The best than at the wedding is some times hard to pick outOt course the bride may conslderthlm the bridegroom but the maid Of hpnor would spank for the h ndsomfisher t1Ddthe brfdes mother for the itch uncle who gave the handsomest gift and the brides little brother fqj the caterer so there you are H0m6 and Abroad What Ht Deserved Husband handing his wife some 1noneyThere cnrls10 and it has bothered me a little to get it jrypu I thInk I deserve a little applause Wife Applause You deserve no encore my dear You find people toady do thp Samaritan without enouJhttand two enfC Sydney Smith MUNGiQ PARKV The Worse Than Shoddy Fabric That Gtvb Him His Nahev The ofd lady listened complacently to the compliments tier new gown Wen at nny rite she said as she smoothed the lifcstrous folds it Isnt made of mungo unohnt Is mungo2 asked her niece Have you never heard of Mungo Park said the old lady Yes I think I have I dortt know Whit lve heald though Welt Ill tell you Mungo Park was an Englishman and be lived at the time when shoddy was Invented lie Invented a stutt tthat was far worse titan Phdddy a sjtuff beside which shpddy has fine new jooiafld Ill JeW you why this stuff Yali calletl mmgo Park after making up abatch of It ut of hoddy dust and grease gave It anxiously to his carder to ntdll The carder tried it Then he sent foi the 1035 t Tills new stock of yours wont go Afi Park 1m said Mtm got isAid the other In his York sh re ilaloat It mun go nnim Andgo did and thus Park got his na ncf and thus that abominable ptock that lie Invented caiueto get theianie of nhtlngdNew Orleans TinjesDem oc ute URGLOBECAPACITY Thje Time When Uhe Earth Will Be Fully jPeopled Professor Raychsteln of the RoyaU Gtographfcal pocicty estimates that Ijn5 fertile lands of the globe auiount fePleJ1to00 rixliig 207 persons to the square mile Jo fertile lauds ten for steppes one for deserts as the greatest pop andIti4n that the earth tould nourish the profcssoV nrrles jtthe co aclusion that fientthe number of Inhabitants reaches about 0000000000 thj fcarjh will he peopled to iti full capacity At present it contains some what more than onequarter of that number ttthernto of Ihcrca e shown by the laicst census statistics uhoul l be wit formly maintained Professor Raven stijin shows that the globe would be fully peopled about the year 2072 iXio York rlbune IiJttTh Father of Wet Point Reorge Washington inqst be given the creditbf causing the first steps to be taken toward the founding t f a na tional military academy In 1704 while nerving his sec ud term as president Vaslilugton succeeded in having congress create the grade of cadet 1p the army West Point was chosen Sfi lest arinypbst at which cadets be trained for the reason that it then they most important station of t nejj artillerists cud engiueeW The pf those days did not pnsscntr lmlni1Uos andthe stniidirutof pro j flctenqy In studies did notulaounttpIj 1maall tkat wi g Ueeined necessary fit j NieliOI 1THE F1COFFEE Accidental biscdvery of the Aromatta- Beverager Near tbe middle of the fifteenth cen tury Arab was traveling throu inia and finding him self ijijpoor weak from fatigue he- stoppe grove Then being in want to cook his rice he cut down which happened tQbe covered with dead berries His meal being cooked and eaten the traveler discovered that the half burned berries were very fragrant He collected a number of them and on crushing them with a stone he found that their aroma Increased to a great extent While wondering at this he accidentally let fall thej substance into the can which Contained his scanty supply of water Lo what a miracle The Bearly putrid water was almost Instantly purified He raised it to his lips It was tresh agreeable and in a moment the tray eler had so far recovered his strength and energy as to be able to resum hls Journey The lucky Arab gathered as many berries as he could and having arrived at Aden in Arabia he inform ed the mufti of lila discovery That worthy divine was an Inveterate opium smoker and had suffered for years from the Influence of that poisonous drug Ire tried an infusion of Jhe roasted berries and Was so delighted iat the recovery of his own vigor that t in gratitude to the tree Tie culled UJ cahuah fyvhlch in Arabia force THE CHAMOIS SlgnJJ J Ways cff the Shy Anirpals of theMo talncofEurope jExciting sport the more xcitlng cause of the hardships connected ipMb 14 is offered by chf1mols hunting ixt3e mountains of Europe Thee are found everywhere In the bhjBet Jiltzertnndpathlans also in the Alps aud wse extremely shy animals are regariMtby all true huntsmen as the moss1r able of all ganje Thq cham4 be longs to the antelope species bCt un like its kin of the broad plains pre fern the barren wilds lot the nijjimoun tins dad like the mountain slep the ibex and the mention It selec M this tfrrltoiy full ot chasms andnyonst- ile most impassable regions Jjts lair uuring the summer months4- the chain ois roams In tile higher altitudes but rYin the winter tune it musttescend to find its feed After feedlnjilr1 returns to its old Impassable noolajpwhere it i feels secure As in these of the t deer the male Is called a bock and tilt female a doe hut unlike aii1other ant TlIS or thIs kind antler- qd the horns being cnIl4r ckelorr lint those of the doe are sonewhat lighter than those of the4bucI The doe brings forth one fa every year sometimes two but vcrrpjeldom Three which are very dearly loved by the 9iothor and which shi protects against 1 nil dangcnOuters = vp GrMtHalliConnc mosque at Lucknowisaia is the las riest room in the grodd without col umns being 102 feet Jgtl4 feet wide and 53 feefhlgh ifrwas built during ihe great fdmlneJfiijV 1784 to supply work for a start people It is a solid mass of cooclete of simple form and stilt slmplcr Construction In its erection a aoldorframework of tim lher and brick several feet In thickness was flint made whtch was then filled With concrete Jrbe concrete was al lowed about a ycar to set and dry when the molIJIvus removed Al though the buUdlng hUB been standing stguSQtOlCftxor rS-v Nails America has the honor of haying made the flrst cut nails toward tho close of the eighteenth century Pefore andIer wldthnd thickness They may bR made ofj steel or of malleable Iron Wire UajJ l thougli originally a French Invention lwer brought to perfection In the United states 1 t t10 Future Xurse Brklgftr come here and see R PTenchJbaDy b0rnIn Dublin Bridjiet Poorftittie darlintl Its a great per ptexityoul1be to yourself Im shpeaklBIiUll Shakeepare n Scenery wbUSforsccnel119nISlj ttbelleveSbnkespenre to the fact thafhe did not faVf any scenery 01Rehail to make everything dear fkithout Iit That la wiy Wi lineS eItlonJ r WOUldMtMyelbee mf JeverWarenotbl1insceneri= rIFS7Bepmann5I f 11 I I larness Sry0 iave ecur1d the staRci and znacbnaery tBlue Gra Manufacturinf Cft oo Mi 3b lfwhere I am rep red todoakof illRI r I t ff IHand made AarnW a 5pdy 41o i i IIPromPflanjntiy the doil I Dillhb7 J IIIhdwrk7 t yOut t tro k Z rer f jI1ysi fSQK OO oo g Q I tHE FIREfJ l l y rQ6 Lawrence vc oncit 96 fc vHyTWatches Cloth 4 Jewelry t vy iwo all kindSQMv i A I Jos Js Graves 5 fe Main t gbIi rJ ElberfeWV CwwWnj f Kwn Elberfeld shortstop ot the New j IKld Americans says he would like + baseball tenths and is coaSden t sometlain4ThereCtin Kid says that he likes to pre outplays and the like paper U ni were after the manaer fa football fOachand says that were he co cfcp g a team ke Irvould carry them througti theIr work fa talk when it was im possible for theni to geton the field Elberfetd its about thirty yean OW and in ijceHent physicall coBdltkm barring b1s1Jback Injsryfio wlick he will recover shortly ud WsiMiKy years of WbaJl iwefmlaeM ieifefe him He says he wll kelp at tke game as Ibpg AS he caR staad the gaff but dee not like to think vi the time whem he will through age haVe to leave the meld for good However his JoVe for the gte1li probably cause him to be a maBagei after he is all in It would JIOtHHr prislng to see the aarne of Xlberfelil Identified with baseball far matey years for long aster bek gone the dope sheets wilt be full of what he didl la his day and time which thea will i Ie known as the long ago Svt Marie Though Sweet 34arie 2Kfi t the caa plon trotter of the past two yeara PC ince the days of Crescetw aaC Major Delmar will campaign over the grand circuit In exhlbltloBS she fIs to e aeea tt but three halt mll tracks of the Dnlted States The Lima prlylnr Park tfmpany of Lima 0 has just closed contract for her appearance Sweet ITarie will also go ovCr the half wlkf jvnls of Allentown Pa find at Hula Ine the track of tba Minnesota State Fair association The great trotting snare will endeny or to lower the worlds half mile track trotting record of 203 J held by Crcsceus Dan Paten lowered the Worlds half mile pacing recbrd to over the Lima track and feeoree G equaled the worlds ecOrd for geld jugs over the same tt11 kanltmhorsemen pf Ohio and Indiana will watch with Interest the attempt of SW Marlenext October To Revive Rexinln Cklap Chicago is to have boxing again nd the followers 91the pojifelar sport are all rejoicing oveVthe jflad news Six round befits areta be hiBld andY oily n few clubs will be permitted te hold tleabOwsMayor Basse who wait recently elected over 5la jpr naB who was opposed to psgilliiBi haa decided to aljoW the sport to jpo again und itIs expected that withinI the next few weeks boats wit he ear rled oa H CutIare2144i Cnt Glass 210V b 0 wrdi ia been bred to x pe JD68 a E1I rope She was ia noted vtfroueJh- er day ouiths sideotthe At1atIe- UreThisil Sir Thomas lUpton hM wevd s praise for motor boats JTfeKtg wl ii his Shamrocks needed to iakii 1M Americas cut wHrrECream YernitJge TIlE IMflEE- WUIM REIEDli csNLMvNIfE 1uIi- iCiuMmtflNE Pt- PSBd15QwjU Ut c1v M- eISq J byDf1o PROSPECT J This combined aakttielatRgyviebetterkaown Jrl iCMl the D Ilvi1feLplke ij Ileafr- LcbanoNJC1at v 5Ti aLivMgCojt J Mares traded or jwrtVd lwjthi tffelts liMKuraace aai eiectadue at time feu traaeactjoj retailed ew colt till aapiMares froi a distaace fraaed at reaaoakble price 4Mara etr4will receive ttrelMllal aUentieo but Bot resp osiHe for accMtcaw er- escapear I Ifrr j Foiled imis kak 4H a Beautiful bay tth icar feetwWte t Rkje YY riyck I d and ear short back fee Jeifth qHacter large strocf b t hot tteIBaebeea how ltonefrom aadt 1rbuull ur prenuiusIa bar aid saddle claaMc thre tk rattrmt Keatwcky aad other State wtnnl rsecond prfae U Saddle Stallion CtW at 3fclcago 1908V HUcolU art toesize and with great tytt aI jBbtalL Though yowuthisco1tare coo lBiid lag kifk peice and Mr cvmtomirm arehiglyeaaedjth tbt EDiaiuEiIfiiire Mfftlty Dare 1km 19811 AS HTL ibtJiDore bwDoraAbdaUah 3d Gall by Sun pt TDmark Jr 98 4th aht JfJJIadr byOHyerhebyby Weckeet T lt H Jtf he by W1lIIawWek BerIaMbetosuioi IJ darn Messenger 3ddam rdiii VavtXIAIgS4- We take pkwwe ikWrtBf thei ArtH4 iaiac llrrtt theEattrLttkatypIh r yoeiaars t lf eTIuu a t H t iJtdt llf U + iiJiIIo11Cl TMair ioIMe a tiiasIystO be 1dbS4tOj i- g1coaIu an- dmYsbrs4os6 1 t fr- nvit ttWa tdflaks ec- saoThti aOI f t b- sutWi tWCL ic0 A HtileKf cl 1ciatliMir sat iMieiiac and heart ftbui4 JL3up t N wprt Tenn friitaik c I ca saTe three ene doll jac te lbt 9t your Ko4ol positively Jjilfitf as ial 7ep0yaia and Ireco namerkl It M tbaW8 three years ai and 1 UtrenH been bothered HtMfTtitb it Kodol ia gu ranrtd togive rrlief SoM by the Red LCru- uiDrutore M r r DBJIBlJBTOiJ RIlDsIcrDNrITTEETH WITHOUT PAIN eopaIsNt imp aWhim iGrILD KY A1I +Dtntal Work Strictly f P1ItcIss eir JbIftthTR uPl wiu rotIqe fe irf io gaJIli t 1to2 pna Ottoe Met HiyAw 8 Drujitori K iftLathptvMD vjj t A m tr QBkt ni Vftrt wutsc OftkoRs US I 3lS W FGJR1GBY biTTORNEYOoQyrImpBItcqFIITb Uf E L B EoBAHoe MW HYATT IiIf HYATT F k1 Ui krgiii Offloe over C Jf nlpn irop i P1 br a1- ft dt 1rW W Ray crnbJGEqN fOY 1 r Jaaoa IjBobert- Drug Store r 1 Pboe t Office 115 fBik1ence17 NY MAYfr JfbvCTORI1 1 lull UCEKiD EUlALiB I TILEPH4 4IA tAYti NIGHT 74 niIl W nI lCalft 11L i EalroMl Schedule l Following ii the time tchedwlc ttow IB effect oo the Barditowii Jmd1 SpI5b ld branch railroad i Ko 41 Leayes Louisville at 4o P m Bard town JUnctiOn JlsSa pmjBardtown 606pm wryes at 3prughe1d 7i05 pja dlNo 4ZLetv SpnngfieltUt I20am Bardstown 607 am J Brson junction 650 an s riTeii aVLpuiiyille 740 am Oi4Leves Louisville at 8O am arc1iowt Junction V10 am BardstowB 1100 afm- i Ifleld51230pIDi 1 00 pm all1dtoiJnr 220 pm Bardstown Junotion 485 pm atjwrriye at Louisville 545pm No Off Sundays on1yLeavsl ptinKtield at 715 am Bards to wn 8 a m BrdstovaJuuctioc fcii am arrive at Louisville l 9m-No 91 Sundays only Leaves v LocWlydleti Bpm Bardstown- ar ictio 645 pm Bards lojfu TiiOpBir arrive at Springfield t I5 Pror lLJ l1N S1i1mers cl We wish to state toourfriendt I throughout the tobacco growing jpfections thatrwe are not connectI i eddirectfy or any other warehouse or ware t iwuse company W conduct a Strictly Ikde- v i l ri Ji r WarehouseSf i pectfuily solicit your patronage C A BRIDGES cool Proprie tots PicketTobaCco Warehouse 44Lquiville Ky 408 mo KILLTttJCOUCH JWD CURE THE UNC- 8WJIfOrKingst 7 New llisoyry I ToNUMPTIOJS eLlS 1HtSI rt Mi Qui sst Our lor all VKBOAX aad LUG xnoirx- fcS ROJBY J14C1L I JIEIwi L l V o fuJUlllWay V Lhdb kRb4wlth kidney i writesifi t iaifcjtefclr and eVer felt yell and 4sct fed with laIng physiclaus and 1tihid albe ic4leir Wi jpested ydtbout Tinatfy I tried Foteys Kidi i iipf cure Aa4 I M than two Bottles Wet CUd itfe dJaI now l ao we11 i Ding the sum tW kWimy ltlItt ofti J by iXoessttdrtnktim 000 I rti Atte4 to the Id t1IaaIi yiIa F8e8 KIdll Jr eCroTriigt i J J Ljj ICV 1m Lcal Wt Interest The Freshest mrtd Latest I Friends IAAtYurIt1T1I ftJU rJry r 1 t iirSDds tts t ca liI MiIked Tile cheapest 3h tpwa a Barbers 4oSCO tofiir hoes and slippers at CampEl1t25capairaim up ljtitr et you caii get fur wtj riktfgjyaipbells grocery Il gaihl 1cj 1 Brintour eggs and chickens to CampBellis grocery arid get cubifS If jou want yourdiD1ief p pliwi in time send inyour pr1 ref 9 to Gampbell th Wejare prepared to furnisK en gravid visitin 1cards reception and if dding invitations etc in the Jft styles A full iind otiwimil li caiL5bBI seen1 at the the NwsLeder office t The Weekly CourierJournal isi OH al popm It circulation has roJf onderfully intbe past few months deservedly N- obettpaper published any W than tae weekly Courier 30barJ Henry Wttersons s are all printed in the Wee IJYi t SJ4CaBapbellreportslith9foJ aowiF11esday 15 shwp for W B Hatchett at 9Ji3 per head 1 cpw and calf KQ another 82 1 mare 76 notbermara85 and sTiptner 11750 1 ony S75end another 50 1 bay hprse 95 and another J112 50 1 mnle SS MeIir mules 1651 sow ind pigsi 19 another Q50and oIir3225 Baring tthe storm bee on last Saturday afternoon 1gbtnin itr cc one of the larg oak tire s on li FaIr Grounds irid almost demo iohed it Mr L ee Goatley was sending Wiljhin twenty five lraotthe tred when the bolt struck and says Ltat electricity alaye I all about him He was standing In a dry place beneath the rand stand which fac he think saved him from tne light- ingn j Mr John Xi Birberhason exhibition in his show windowi an mteresting family oivar mints The family consists 0 fca mother possumband eleven young The little fellows cling like leeches to their mother andI are quite interesting little crea tures Mr Ben Powell cap tured the family near Mack villel Mr C L Price since the ex piration of his saloon license has converted his place of busi ness pn Main street adjoining the Walton into an ice cream and soft drink saloon The place has been refitted and nicely fur nished throughout and Mr Price will serve ice cream soda water and light lunch He will also keep a supply of fruits inI season and asks the patronage of the public An epid emic of matrimony ha S prevailed ini the East Texas neighbqrhocd the past week Three couples left Tuesday af ternoqn forcdi ives and landed before a magistrate at Jellico andtwo Pf the Couples at least are reported t duly EDarried while the thirdjMissAnna Bell Funk and Charles Shewmaker have heir friends guessing Mr Joseph Lawrence and Sue Goode and Myrtle Goodie and John Baily are reported to hdve had the hymeneal knot tied 55k4otice M H Jones k Cofc haved cided to open their cash house on Main Street in tb front part of the building now occupied tby the harness factory Mr Jones states as his reason for the change that it has never een cpnvenipht to the public on ac count of location Tbeintentiptt of this house is tQ takei car of tPefumersund that the remainder of their business will be conducted at the old staad Be sure to tale all y ut jrpduce totne new stand and whil you wait if your iar nfeiis needs lrepairing itrcan be doe by pto dattworkman justt 11re ics i uuu1I nnnnllJlIUU1 nnlJUQ Wedding nnnTAnnouncement A Adding announcement of pyIfriendsf Miss Rena Yankey to Mr Ww J t jakeof Mr and Mrs Jj S Yankey JJi jn thePJeasant Grove neighbor hood and Tuesday June 4th is tWe dato Miss JYankey the bbridetobe ir a general soda favorite In the county and Tier many friends here wiUwish her all happiness Mr Sctioene1 is a prosperous young business man of Henderson p Circuit Court The rgular May term of the bereonMondpresiding The Courts in structions to the grand jury were full and to the point and thafbody was urged to iinvesti gat all classes of offenses against thfc law The docket is a light one andI only a few cases of minor im 3p I4tance baye been disposed of followingMiing liquor t6 a person ntheh abitSintoxicated 50 and qost George B Taylor selling a pistol iihout license accjuitial Bez artlett bread of the peace dismissed Ellis A alfredendtried for selling liquor to a per ecomingintaigree on a erdictI The follpwiog is the grand jury C W Stallings foreman B B Clarkspn EdIEos S S G Moodlettding ram s Gulf Gabe Kjight leyl Will Arnold Grundy Dennis Thos Jenkins P 3 Prather The following citiinsDak up the petit jury Q W Oder pJap TR Kid well A B Wal SmIthII G Logsdon V7mI M ONan Cull Cambron Waters C B Sparrrow J F Tbompson R L Montgomery Richard Carey W B Shehan Nike Troutjnan Wjj G Grundy J W BstC D killer J Pi Edelenj J W Tucker Old Resident DeJd j Mr Nace Janes oue of the tSouinysthe home of his son near town Monday in the 74th year of his age Infirmitives incident to old age was the cause of Jiis death Mr Janes had been aj resident of this c untyjill of his llife and had been a successful fanner and a good citizeu He reared a large Imily of children som0 of whom have grown tto manhoed and womanhood The fbliowing survive him Messrs Will Ed1Ben Join and Frank Janes and Mrs J L Moran andj Mrs Thos Baker John and Frank and twd younger dang ters are children of Mtf Janes second wire who alsoI survive Mr 1 L Jan ts of the Valley Hilt neigh borhood is a brother The Inc r era tool plactf on- Wednesday morning Burial at Pleasant Groye Died ijn Louisville Jmst before going to press we have heard thattbe wife of Dr J N Shehan died man Infirmary in Luuisviiie where she had undergone a surgical operation Frames JT II lItis not alone esentiitliatt- he lenses should be correctly 1fitplaced that tIe i nsesare in perfect focus with the eyes Theyshould not be sqlow that the wearer must throv his head back in an uncomforta ble position nor soahjgh thatIhe must b ndforvard I give especial attention to the per fect adjustment of frames I have every dfiacillty for taking accurate hheasurernfentV If the frames If carry in stock 5fail to nTeetcyery reciuire It kmentr order one made espe cially forthe customer I see to it that the lensjcenters are exactly in front of the pupils rthat the Iascsdonot b hIagaina the lasses and tht tie teinp1esdol not cut into the side of thji face I wlll not t sell a poorly fitted frameJat any pri eSC K RUSSELL v Scientific Optlcan IAPualoffict j q H S Pull Ol of flatsl r- On hand now to ba j i closed put at extremely low 2 Y prices ToW is the time to iojget 2 BARGAINS iii IY WiIirns MILLINER ONAL LMiss Marr jifcOlellan of Lebanon is visiting her sister Miss Minnie McCleJlan v S Mrs Julja Adkins of Louisville isl1 gue t a Mrs Conrad Hertlein jl Mr Robert Faulkner and Mr Griffin ofGriffin Springs were iin town the first of the week Mr Ejbert Hardin McElroy as at Ji bam Springs for the MctEiroy joined him Monday and will remain a few days 0 Mr Barry Reed left Monday for Wi tloo Iowa where he has a pOTtianas salesman in a drygoodsst r Mr Archie Mays hoJeft here Wxyears ago and has bnlliving at Berk ley Cal arrived Fridayi night with his wife and baby t6yisit his parents Mr nd Mrs SMayes They XpBCti to r main two mouths f fl M Grundy is in Louisville Mrs GorgeAustin andJMiss Rose Buckner are guests of Miss Sadie Mayes Mr and Mrs Smit Barlow of Bardstowu visited Tand rs Joe Sf Olaybropke tver Sunday r Rev JW Ccrterwre apd baby are visitirig Mrs Carters father Mrs J S yanruey- Hpn Henry S McElroy of Lebanon was here Monday H Wharton was in Louis IW on lat Sunday Gertie Hall and son Robert Wood accompanied 5by her mdther Mrs Raney of near Macltvllfe Jjaye just returned from a visit to Perry y i Ie Mr Roberti Grume afBalas town visited his sister Mrs Hugh Stiles here Sutidtpy iMr John Burns foVmerly of this county but whp Bas been making his jiome in Pendleton copnty for the past few yaJrsI IS visiting relatives ip the ccun ty Mr and Mrsrr S Moyesand d aughterspent Sunday with Mr Jack Beam atljJariy Times tjtji Mrs Joseph Shader wo4t to Louisville Snday for a visit to IiherGreene She was accompaniedI cT her daughter Miss EJidie who returned the same day Mr Hugh Stiles was in Iouis viHaSuuday Prof and Mrs Vaugbt of Versailles are here Jora visit toI Mrs V nghts parents Mr andI Mrs S R Gray Mr W M Kroker and son Guy naye returned front a visit to relatit sin Adairville Mr Jiftme3 Hughes of Boom ldwasa guest at the fame of Dr Ray the first of the veeki MrI Hugh Lees Smith spent Saturday and Sunday with his parentsj at Bardstown Miss Bertha Haydon and Mri George Robertson spent S inday with Miss Catherine Spalding of Lebanon TMr John Wycoff spent Sunday with hisi parents at MackvjilleV 0 Wi Hagan of Lebanon IMl V a few days wi ih his MrWM Hagan spent FfiT day in Louisville Mr C C McGiM of Le arionr spent Monday here Dr Eiai iost Grume of FredI erickstowd was here Monday Miss JSlleri Wathen was at Nazareth Sunday IIMr Ben jiBY Simms was iin Louisville undav y Messrs J E Gbrq and Joe Price spent Frid ay ai F nwiek Miss Katharinet Walt fieldof Maud Was in town Monday Mr Tom Edelen of Louisville e is the guest of relatives here Miss Mary McCabe and Mr GWIQ Marks spent Sunday Iin Bardstownjj T ssBeU Gibbs has re tUi1 dllom Beaumont coliege Harsburg Wh3re sheattend Kt edscnoQt 1SM1jJenn hompsonof Louisville the vS1 ingrelqtlves here t Mca id Mrs Nl Btfster are iwithjje daughter Mr4J1B RoB1d J Miss tbel and Mr v Booker jtMcClasi ey ot Bloomfield are visiting Misses Lucy arid Viola Brown I Miss irginia Lisle1 iirM Albert Bevil of Lebanon were- visrtorslrn tpwn Mondaya Miss May McKennarof fjaw rencebug is the guest or Miss Ethel Sarcy Mss Florence Hamiltpnv of speJltIMondavWlt Barberl Miss Eunice ONan has re turnedt ome from rite1Vatl where he pas been for several moths attending school Mi sqfe Sue nay Mabel Tuck er and Willie Hughes were in Lebanon Mjpn dav Prof J W Ireland and wife ILOand Mrs A P1 fcElrQyduripgI the Tournament Miss Dawon bfieldLeacftmiD Mr Richard Wathen of Lou iisvlliel is visiting at the home of Mr k1W Slmms S ess e vl5Ii ltinginjlufsvilie Mr aiidMrs J Louis Hughes of Bloonfield are guests of Mr and Mrk W1T McElroy r 3pcial Mrs John W Lewis was lbs tess to a number of friends Mon- daY afternoon 14 honor of Mrs Robert Crume of BaHstoVn Tile games were euchre and ufive hundred MesdamesV Grume Theo Campbell MW Hyatt JS B Thompson Mar g aret Bettis and G 6i Wharton played sixhand euchre The prize wits avfan1 won ljyMrs iRobert Grume Mesdames W E Leaqhman H R Thompson John Wl Lewis and Miss Hadgie Brown flayed rfive hundred The prize was a lavender belt and was won by Mrs H R Thompson Tuesday evening from eight to eleven Mrs TC C nipbeli en tertalnedat sixhand ebchre in honor of her guest Mrs Robert Crume of Barrdstownr The guests were Mesdames RobertGrume Margaret Bettis SB Thompson J Wt Lewis W E Leachm4n and G Q Wharton Mrs JBettis won the prize a silver tiait polisher whiqh she presented to he honored guest Mrs Grume Notice I Having lost all of my accounts in toe fire which destroyed my place of business I trust all persons knowing tbemselyeo indebt ted to me will come forward and settle either by note or with Cash I have ranted tfre stand formerly used bY J M Burfon C9aud can pe foundat that place Over Hajgan Bros Store JOHN Y MAYES I BesIPorWoIDhn and ChIldren On account of Its mUd action and pleasant taste Orino Laxat lYe Fruit Syrup is especially rccenimeutled for woman and children It does not nauseate or gripe U cpm9 or ordirir ary cathartics Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup aidsdigestion and at imu lates the fixer and bowelS without ir ritatinff them Rerieraber the name ORINO and refuse Substitutes Sold by1 the Red Cross Drug StoreS Notice to Tresspaxsers persons are hereby notified to keei away from the water works reservoir and there will posi tively be no fishing1 allodIex cept to icketower Spiitigfieldw E Light Co tggs For Hatching From select pens of White PlY RockBrown Leghorn ybirdst the lairs 1tst year E4gs75 Cents fortf 15 A 0 KllBALI l2m Sprlngtleld Ky THE fEXASl WONDER Cures allidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or twdft mouths treatment by mail for ljDr B WHall 2926 Olive street iSfe Louis Send for Epntokyi- estirnprIials 1 ai THE TOURNAMENT prinfie1disDoing the Hon ors to Representative of v- thei Blue Grati Shook B the Twelfth Annual Graded School Tournament lsonaIid Springfieldi thia week in the hands of delegations and their irienda from several of tHe g radd pchpols of the Blue t irabs triie first delegation to IrIiv sjas from leasureville which came in Monday nignt abontttIirty sttOng On yel ttpaday the others came in and the touriiarnjent was opened a es tcvday wjith a ball game at the high schjaol llt grounds Th3 fol- lowingl sdhoole are represented and will take partin the various contegts which are scheduled for the tournament Pleasureville Lebanon Bardstown t Harrods burg Stanford and StMftr9 The program for Wednesday evening at the Opera House con- S l3ts ota male declamatoryt con st and a vocal duet contest On Thursday morjainft contest iitr Scholarships will be conduc ited at the high school jand at the aI park the foPowing cmtests iin Athletics willba conducted High Jump medal given by Jnp L Barber Broad Jump medall given by DrW F Trusty Throwing 12 pound Hammer medal gIve b McEIrov Shicier Putting 12poun pot Medal given by T I McElroy Plftv Yards Dash medal given byf Lea bmSn GampbelJ One Hundred Yards Dash medal gIver by Waltprt Hbtelr230 baseball game Harrddsburg vs Stanford St 4taryss The wianer of Wednesday therSchool Championship of Stn e Thursday eyenirs at Opera House FemaleDeclamatory ten t stfirst and second medals given by Thev kouert on Olay brooke Co Moie Vocal Solo first and second medals given by Peoples Deposit Bank Vocal Quartet first and second jnedals giyen by C a McOhord Chorus contest Friday morning beginning at 10 oclock at Opera House Oral Spelling coiitest first arrd sec ond medals civen by Hagan Bros i oC 131sJbHPI A BISLGIIT C Ask for Bisiht The new IinyisiblQ Dpuble Glass TiThe it only double glass tbtit is A ground in one PIECE fott IeJ r and pear work We also XeICl 3 DR W C GRIGSBY C ihas one of toebb tOptieal Cfadded to his store the fol lowipg instruments The i Geneva combined Retinai g scope and Ophthalmoscope e j and Ihe G L Ophthalpio jC meter formeasuring the as- tigmaticEyes e jTIe has jri C stalled a water motorand 5 put in u dynamo for light CJ ing up the above instrq C 5 ments He fills Occulists J g Prescription and does all g 5 kinds of frame work J Frames tnacle to order to fit e- J any face He is making a 5 t specialty of fitting glasses 5 and fits them correctly andtJ g guarantees satisfaction f- cIICW C RIGSBYtC The Lending Optician T 7 BARDSTOWN KENTUCKY C r Garricks Little JOKe Scene Tlip Star LOU Garter David GarrJCk and the usual g lnxrI asqiIblea Gnrrlclc Nolly pan you tell nie vfbj Dt Jqunson and Bow are like thunder and lleutnlng Goldsmlth TcIHis the answer Dvdvy Ill not spoil your run by tryliig5 to guess Jt r v Gnr11ckWl1y It should be plain to all who know them that whenever the one flashes the other claps and roars Harpers Dekiy Conrary Counsel The church was packed even the aisles lined with chairs Just before the benediction tile thoughtful clergy man who loved order as be did the gospel thus admonished ha bearers In passing out Jilease ronlaln seated math fbe ushQirs have rerpoved the chalrj from the lalsles LlpplncottV Magazine Qofu Idrit Stand thoSiraJHi tand Jadyrrni sorrY idsslr that the coffee te exhausted Idgerint Jiot iSurpVlcVl it baS been Sb ory weak Jato1Ytrana t The wont caiia contraction of cabrotet teuntU1S23 ILi I SPECIAL SALE FOR ONE WEEK f4 Of Ladies Suits Separate Skin Sllfc WaIsSaLtne r I LawnIi t I f 1lOlPer C ntllijj I FORONEWEEKr No old rgopcls included in thk salt EythIthjsi c Season UteAt dwijiw I rWe hav howeerjuatatw tam jut this Imentthat are not the VERY Nswt tyk IItwe WiU HUE IihIf Price t J A 1 tt ponfbe too slow to take dvaitg of thsiUf it Wont last always s 701 t I i t= Doritfalltosepourstockof t if LllthSJXfrdff- I t I j J If you wish the fhing I TheRQrtsouG1aybookeco I INCORPORATED H t 1TT t1t i I NOTICE 1 IIi t t 1f VHarhif booghV of C Wlf 1iI fI t i Itf stoctbf GzocisMc iwi oiimm f c frII the businet at Uae tan knd WI4 11 keepfortiefracafriitocki up hi i 1 IlIl 7W to 1 COUNTY PRODUCE WJTEa f tiW lA Square Deal LsMy Mo It A j i pBnnWm ur Laudry iIrpryl i IllLAeUjIo fMulbf Adt for Fars LsY J IIIMalt tonic andaU kind of Wt J fr j 1 v Call Ear Whit Yud 4i I 1 l ift5 J IIft Lt7 l t IX P LA + i WI13ICjit i ijn i I 3k4ij L 1 0 i ta i J30OOOlortlufW l i FOR MONEY1 T 12 Mwj iI i itff 5 We1tIaveTh e G od- st t t I J t And MilI I j J F4irjY- ouUaveTheMonq IIj r and Need The jo t iI L c J J 11 Owing to the deliyl I = oZ s H w- etfindwehVethlcIMme Nl8 =si1l w sU tsr It W fSpill b Iii to Gal I Bnj ri tMCmmE i ciitww i r a T7TTelephone Tcoo bleL = t trMr 1ftI awrI k l Ct LM1InIIinJt I19IXOnI TSkpOIe c5Ih1 J 4reithe Lars tIs spec1l m4ng 4pd called attention to tfe fact tI1e4mpsIY wsa oPf rtingt hers without wfr ochi2 a conI iI dkion tbt is v ryiBinti cfory f a Utf this ccMitjOfl f bg had received p resaptoy iar it stcuctioni from Tiemdctaarfers iff that be mast not jncuf addition alpe es or extend the ser J g s The Jrnt jor1 remain ltl subtarCe ao that lilr Edwards ioM from Qe gen er If ttt OusibetlandI OOMpInjThcWtO put 1t ii + M1ep bon M ln 1the f j 4tie print ahh duJef 11rat NTbotpuy isi now opera I In bri Ufldr cqntract J theJf 1 JI l lttxoraevenyears oJ I V114hiiJ contract the Tele f 4 pr fo 1urish In syeoces m tbe r bft tnftVII it f1 per month 0101OIi ssjboues- at 2 pep o The Gospin now r complains and lias n coinj j1 pining for sqmetine tjunJ t dpr tihis ccrairuct it iis losing cyon this account ISI j 7 asVingior a franchise grafting r rem the pzivilegeto recjeive ra higher rate per month for the service f 1 v iV at ibe city claims the contract 1IRlander whictf the company iis- opratiflgaS made nd agreqd kcto QV it aiier Iall atup- t i consideration and au jMVfpie rt g when a local comj wy was giv 2 hJc the ser 1tthLIi same sate aad therefore its complaiut JI f Jtl1 ut good and sufficient reason MrEdwardsJfa jMonda evening that the Tele tpboneCpmpanywould put in no t epbonesunddr existingeon tJ9 and raw tpose persons s who Iaye b pJrel11s d phones fe pVi liorttime it is illeged v + bring8uit asking or a mandam rf t s agiioBt the c mVoyo the 4t grounds that the Iie anODILo J f fc isyilie and Lexington Telephonel y i Company is a common carrier Aand as ajtich must furnish the tfc 4 service without discrimination i X pr casotlje mandamus is grant if f ed it will be up to t the Company F i fo furnish the phones unde it f pretent contractocIose itsl ex iI v v ch Bge Ijeba ftOo Enterprise IviS i fKjJf llarPayMmon 1i f to be divorced from your appen t+ dix Tbere W111be no occasion 7 t Jrltlf yorf keepyouk rbowels1 trlgu n1 with Dr ICings New t t f IY 44ifs Pils Their action is so gentle ibat tbeappf ndixnever fIMS cause to make tbe least cpm 4 h plaint Guaranteed by Huydon W I Robertson Druggists 25c 7 1 F 1 i Fo A sp ddfmlry 4 Jt q Vit Springhetd J tfj 7 r 1 i- j Ii tIt t SJ g Mr Oscar Blaekerty age 2B twenty 4hree years ticn ot Mr j r 4WUiitftn Blaekertyl i rmeriy of H this city died at his home iinthe fSimms neighborhood Tusdayv l wiorning at 9O ccidcIc of iin t r It s9iptio9Bead been asuffer r eFofv this dealy disease for ui fsome time buVhad been con StPi fijirtd to his room only a week prlr to his death The Luner- ar H Ler iweJegeldat the home itf wJd y1 fteindonat9 t3 T 1 f q 9 by v q ij Ppatber- D1tjt fem11ns werejr t ht t ttf2 Ifs iijt3r f niermentin Ryder if ice t2ry banAJDFalco- Jtt Fi HItS FOR rARMERS arrwItk a few head Of hogt should grow an ace oso of rape This forage Isj especially fine for slimmer1 pasture ftepto v rand other grasses naVe died 8ayshe tJhicago Inter Ocean The plant reqnlresa rich moist seed bedJ r For early pasture the seeashonid b r sown abOut The time to plant corn Other see Ungs may be made for latar i1l1t1 1o rt Aerps Up lrestroml- tow It Is sown broadcast it requ to five pounds of seed per acre Ift threeIOWn 1tHr the hog lots so the fences canbe changed with the astposslblc trodfulet II it is not convenient io tence the plat you can cut tkergpetnd feed- ItIHthepe vWhile nipe does not contain a great dealt Of ipod eJemeuts Iit Is valuable lisIa Mlahce for tile concentrated It has Keen f99ndthat sheh fed Jjraln one acre of rape has feedlngI WilneeqTllvalent to 2657 pou grain Ope dr two experiments that young plgs thrive better when than clover The 1hogst The Cheshir Hog The Cheshire dwfiie resemble the Middle Yorkshire in form It is nI medium sized breed although there numerous records of pigs dressing over i400 pounds afc nine months of age It is a long HSodied animal and weighs more than appears at flrst sight The quality dftbiueatls first class Very flUe grained and If not overfat very desirable for bacon Exper1rnent4nt- the Maine station show the Cheshire leading in gains per day as qompared with Yorkshires Chester Whites Po bmdChlnas and BerJishireSi The Chesh ire is a good breeder producing fair Iy lTjrge IJJters The native lfome of the pfe is In northern New Yorlj where it was produced by crossbreeding of Yorlcsnlre 3 and Suffofks and native stork It is white In color sometimes With black spots Farm Plogress f Selecting a Breed of Hogs The Tvell known sw ine breet1erJL Forejoy of lJUnol8 say ut largq earlymatur ype othog Ia thorlL rbf feaMiyyears breeding feeding care 1QOIthan the neXt 400 and that the cost of food in supporting them Is but one fourth as much for the first 100 pounds as the fourth 100 cost The risk Is aso much less In grow Inhogs that can be put on the mar kef at the age of six to eight months than in Jiaving to carry them along wall oiqrltjie winter To get this or a heavier weight better raise tw6 crops of pigs a year from the sows and sell cropIs An English Dairy Cow Ration An English farmers dairy ration for a herd of high class Jersey cows is as follows During the summer each cow Is fed daily In addition tograss two pounds of crushed oats tour pounds of wheat bran twP pounds of cottonseed cake two pounds of bean meal fifteen pounds of mangels ten pounds of cut hay and eight pounds of long hay per head The grain and cake are mixed with the cut hay scalded and fed in the other feeds one In the early morning and the other In late afternoon Thju 1QQt8ore fed after milking in the mornle gIlJllthelongbdY Is fed after milking in the evening Treatment For Barbed Wire Cutt The following Is said to have bee proved an excellent treatment for barbed wire cuts Wnsh the lent thOr ughly with castile soap using tepid water After washing it spray the wound with a weak solution of carbolic acid and then dust over It all jtbe fresh air slakpd lime that will adhere This treatment should be given eVery day No wrapping or covering i needed The same freatraent would doubttass be good In eases where horses get tlfcir pasterns burned or cut with a rope Homemade Stump Puller Make your own stump machine Go Into thewoods and pick outa sapling of beech or iron wood or other strpng timber fifteen or twenty feet Iong and seven or eight inches through at the butt Fasten the log to the stump with a stout chain Sometimes you can get a good hitch around some big foot Hitch the team to the ouster end of the lever anddrlye around the stump The twisting will take outa pretty good sized tump and do it quite easily Farm Journal Fecndtyof Swine Professor Hommeli l of the national bu reau of animal industry sags his hive tlgstibns show that the sows of the PolandChIna breed have Increased In fectlndity dnrin the past twenty years A ten year experlmenf shows that while the PolandChina litters average 752 the DurocJerseys average 920 Eariners Advocate 1PoultryNotcLettuce affords quluk growlrig nnd choice green food for young chicks and green food Is essentiar Jo their welfare Do no njlow ducks to haVeaccessto- a water only to drink nriJH they have passed the downy stage Put sand ind gravel Ip the bottom of the drInk Ing vessel 11 I IDort Suffer gothcheFI rheuintismIr OJJ 1 LIftine4rtf kIII4ihe piiin T theinerves iind induces sleep At ddderPrf25c 5OcIOO orMssUSArL J ARG44DLAMP- wisa r A tJrfInventYon and Wjat Accomplished What did Argand do for diellamp Erjunlne an ordinary lamp In which coat oil Is burned The chimney pro teeth the flam from sudden gusts ot wind and also creates a draft of air just as the tire chimney creates a draft Argands lamp was the first to have a Chimney Look below the chimney nail you will eee open passages through which air may pass upward and Qnd Its way to the wick Notice further that as this draft of air passes upward It is so directed that when the lamp Is burning an extra quantity pf air plaYH directly upon the wick Belbre Argand the wick received no surplyof air Kow noticeand this Is verf Important Jthat the wick of our modern lamp Is flat or circular but thinI The air in abundance plays upon both sides of the th making r InwIkandPUrnsltwdjout burned 1 P1 ciUlCe The particles fpnss off halt burped because enough air his no been sup plied Now Argand byI inkIng the wickthin and by causing plenty of air tt9 rush Into the flame the eby caused It to burn with a white flai Ie After the invention of Argand them of lamp inakiug improved by leaps and by bounds More pogressf was made in tntryearn afte 17S3 than had been iuifleIn twenty c inturles bor tore Nepr Jmrnerswere in1 opted new and better oils were used and better wicks made but all the new kinds of lamps were patterned after the Ar gand SB Forman In St Nicholas HIS ROILING PASSION A Business Proposition That Just Failed of Success here dIn Detroit al man who wasjthe champion letter wjitcr to the newspapers and to the heads of all public enterprises One pt hlstads vas to write every day to President Led yard of the Michigan Central railroad and tell Ledyard wherein he vras fail Ing In the conduct of his road There was a letter for LeflytmJ every morning They jim5e11I- msentfrhl5gflierai and counsel ofie dayS antTsald Jlusseli Im getting tired of these letters I will give you 3000 more a year if you will find that man and stop him for twelve1 months Three thousand dollars more a year appealed to Russell and he went out to find the letter writer Vile found him and made business prOposition Now see here he saidhI want you to stop writing letters to air LcdyimL If you will quit for a ye4r i will give you 1500 The letter writer consented gladly Things went along swluimliigly for elqven months Ledyard was happy and Russell was happy The there letterntrlterand he vjrote to Ledyard and tjth him what he thought ab6ut tile id arid Its president and Its iinanagemei tledyard sent the letter to Thissell with this indorsement This Is where you lose 3000 And It was Bajur lay Evening Post Absinth Foretold A Paris pcper publishes a letter from a correspondent who In the cause of temperance cites a great author rSt John the Evangelist It Is claimed that the Inspired writer proclaims absinth as a terrible scourge hnd forfitells Its baneful powers In the eighfh chapter of he bgok of Revelation where wa read Inverses 10 and 11 The third angel sOunded a trumpet antI a jig star bright as a tamp fell fjrom the sky tot the 1 e rivers and fbtuv talus star Is called Wo third part of theIi1Ii1partotthwaters l and many men died of the they English were bitter au thorized Version Is rendered absinth jn the French translation of the Sew Testament Was Mistaken A lively writer has said I was mis tnk J1nre the thre hardfpt words to pronounce In the English language Yet it seems but acknpwieilginj that we are wiser tliihwe were before 1o see our error nntj hUmbler than we were before to pim it But so it is and Goldsmith observes that Frederick the Great did hinfself more honor by ills letter to his senate stating that he had just lost a great battle by his own fault than by nil the victories hfe had Won Perhaps our greater perfection here Is not to escape Imperfections but to see and acknowledge and lament and correct them Jay l Do Nat Stare the Officers Army olHcers In uniform abound In foreign cities and In Germany they resput being stared nt by tourists of rep assuming threatening attitudes in retaliation n As the law permit ihvm to shoot Civilians on provocation it Is wise not to excite them It Is well to remember khat they do nlilt feel oblijrjsl to turn out for pedestrians even Iadu i Travel Magazine Learning the Rules Little Elsie Lets pjay keeplns house Ill Ue the lady of the housoj TAttle Margie And what will I bc1 Littlo Elsie Oh youll be another lady come to call on inc and Ill pretend to be glad to see youChlcago News the Drawback4 Mrs Sleekqr at the playHI do wjii- youd pay more attention to this pinyj George its as good as a sermQn Mt Meeker dozing lItccrtnlny mp clear but the darn orchestra wakes ine njl betweoh acts Puck Ones own thistle field Is dearer to hlinlhnn his jieiahbors garden of roses Gerniah tiroetb CANYOTLL 7 How many tcjgtli have YOUAWhat are the words win lpolicemans shield i How many buttons ihave yon on your walstcoatf Write down the figures on the taco of your watch Wilcb way does the crescent moon urnto the right ior left How many toes hUB a cat on each forefoot and rfach hind foot What are the Wjprds written or print ed on the face cf your watcih 1 In what direction is thief face on a ceit on a juarter andon aidlme turn ed What aJorrirp ytour emplbyqrs eyes and the eyes of the man at the next desk t What are the exact wortls on n two cent stampi In what direction Is th- CfaepuItttipietfl Wlat Is1 the ndme signed In fac slrallfeon nny0qei two live or ton dol Ia4 U1iJOftcr surtv Nevr York Lsfi4 jEALouiieALvEFIL f In Cellists Apartjneitts ROMANCEtTHE tOP lA Pretty Isabelle Roiittelot Driven tto Desperation by Hejr Lovers Artistic Admiration For the Great Prima Dbn na Takes Her Lif In His Room Jealousy of her sweethearts artlistfc admiration ofMmeCalvethe famjiis prima donna is riajd to have been the jause for the sensational Isabelle Kouttelot a b Ulclt1etot JirL in the cpartmeuts of the Move She broke Into the room In his abs nce through a 5 rjndpw and killed her elf by gas Ltuls Belleville til man Witli whom the girl was In lov and because of wh m slip decided to die JsccJUst Hi the orchestra o the Olanhattau Opcia Rouse Now 1ork city He has pIe ed in inany famous orchestras and has been thrown much In the company Olme Calve fpr thom he expresses the utmost devotion and admiration Botli in Paris and iu this country he has been known by mali as one of Calvips uiost devoted adherents For more than thiee yeaw Isabelle Itouttelotth6 dead irl had been en gaged to be uiiirr ed to itellevllle When he came to this country tWo AnOVE nEB WAS PICTOnE OF CALVE narSugo he sent llr her and she came expecting stHfto be his bride The wedding wasSjjigain uhd ialn postponed and thIgid obtained em plojment In a drefKaking establish ment nt 34 Wester fifth street Two months ngoi oon after Mme CalveSjwj timea uu flier of the Ham tpeistgin forces in violent quarrel arose between MI Routtelot and Belleville which cji i with the jrlro repeatel1ysuccess Then she decided to riM ber IIteln spcb a manner that his neglect might be brought home forcibly to him Mile Houttelot wis iknown Itt the boarding house of Mme Gullard at S02 West Twentye ghtli street and when she called tl ore on Saturday evening April 20 thu last night of the opera season the maid admitted her She went ht once to the rooms of due of the hoarders who occupied the suit direofiy above Bellevilles No one was there and the girl i limbed out of the window and down he fire escape to the windows of the room occupied by the muefflun tler lathing wuiJ torn and she Avas scrateiedv and bleeding frqni the climbing Once insole the tom and knowing t the man could not return from the t peril until 1 a m she made careful and deliberate prepa rations for her act Every crevice in the room was carol ally stuffedj with towels and torn papers and she wrote a note tou4he4man imV placed It In a prominent place TI en she turned on the gas and lay dowi pn the bet to die Bolleville returueO home utter the opera and found his door locked ni called for help aim broke Into the room The girl wnsIt1tnd lyjng its if she had fallen asjeep On the wall above her was a phtograph of Mme Calve with a French Iliig dnrped over It Belleville summoned a policeman who called a physician from Itoosevelt hospital hut it was too late Coroner Hurburger pronounei id the case one of suicide and wojjUllhuvc sJiit the body to the morgue pave for thej jntreaties of Bellevile who legged iperuiisslou to see that the body wusJgjjvch proper burial He wasinich afioctedt cud wept pitifully Do not blame an one hut me for whnt1I am about to do the letter whlclj the girlllOft ias translated to road l am going to die Uutlt is bust for both of us r nee sue lied beei emplpyed In ilia establishment in Sixtyfifth street Mile Itouttelot had been living at 320 West Thirtieth street At that place every one knew of thj girls Infatuation amHier belief that she wns tq be mir rleJt BIleyiiieotei tutHy Photographs were found among her belongings that sh wed how long standing liud been Tnr friendship with the man They wore shown together fu snapshots taken In Frinuc before DeIlev4H hart the JV nrh army M nT rc When the- HflirWalls Then its time tojact No timeoII to studtto real to exp ri ment You wan to save your Pair arid save iit quickly too So make up your mind this very minute that ifyourliair ever comes out you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp healthy The hair stays in It sarinot do anything else Its natures way The beet kind of atcstimonialrU Sold for over sixty years by OArrr co LOwell UIIi 111Also Tnununiotuwr or Il1qers PILLS WCTOtAL ii do I take Cardui writes Mrsq Jelemma Mullins tbf Odessa W 1wiiiiq 5 Ya Because after suffering for several years avitti female trouble andtryingdifferentdoc fI tors and medicines without Obtamin telfef 1 at Jlast- founda in Wins of Cardui a golden me9icineforaJI my ills and can recommend it above all otheisfor female complaints Cardui furnishes safe relief for fcackiche headache perioicaIl aiQs irregular painful or unheaithy cata meniaUflpw and alUailments ffojn which sick women suffer A perfect tonic for delicate women A pure vegetable medicine forgitls and wbmen wharesubject- to the cgmplaints peculiar to their sex Has benefited oVer a million who used to suffer as you do At every drug store In lOOJbottlesv wiuTE US ALETTERd- sciiblngfuiIy all your symptoms and we will send you Free Advice plain sealed envelope Ladles1 Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Cb Chattanooga Tenn J9 WINE OJ 1ar iru rnuilc picnnys jiiaugtiip oa uer vails showed the man In the costume of a French soldier and others were taken wrth fellow soldiers Ilil her room nliO word found text boohs Whtt1 prove she wns endeavor- tug to pferfect her English Scattered over a table were the papers used In her last lesson It was a pathetic co Incidence that her last ilessons had been In conjugating the erbs to laugh to slug iance to smllV When JJellevlle wa questioned con cernlnffCffTve he became enthusiastic t strue that I have the greatest miration for madame he said She is the great artist the greatest In the world I was truly glad when she came to the Manhattan Opera Rut Mile Isabelle she wits jealous alway- sI loved her yes but It was not possUl bin that we should over be happy marr fled because of her unreasonable jelr ousy 1 am first of till musician I cannot help admiring other musicians and for twenty years I have known and admired Mme 6alye We have been great friends for a long time and I would not give up the frlendshlpfof so great ah artist for the unreasoning jealousy o another woman een In her apart jnent at the Hotel Astor Mme Calve vigorously denied that she had evpr kitown elthqr the nina orI the woman and that she was it a loss fo undqrstand howi either would dare to say she knewthein Mice That Were Tipjaleri 1nQuettnsomecnrly one mOrOlngIiioa mlsceilanecjus store lkept by a Parsee who also kept a liquor OaF As I entered thej shop J noticed a mouse reeling across the floqf and I remarked tQ the shopkecp or that the mouse seemed to be hurt but Ills reply astonished me He said that that mouse and several others that infested hisrshqp were confirmed drunkards During the night they reg ularly drank all the liquor which re mained in the glasses which the sol diers had used lathe evening r their drinks Exchange Crushed Halloa Badger said Thorpe met a frlefid of yours the other day Hes been talking about you and t feel it my duty to tell you iathe said Ah well I tlont care to hear what he sail I know It was something dls agreeAble replied Badger Slow do you know that Because you are so anxious to tell It Good morning The Relief of It Well I finally summed up the cour age to speak to her fthOr last night I tell you li was agreat rcllefc iGee what lid he say A01 yOu ml3undojptandmc He- wn nt In Philadelphia Preht Mile Blusher ana non uure A good mnny men blusii said fphysician 4somcso palnfullytlmtthej come tt1me to be curedJ The cure recom 1Cndlsiin old one It is the obtuulonmcut of overhouvy clothing e peclfyv of woolen socks Amazlnglt lit how ninny male blushers have a predilection for thick sorks or wool Illut soiue blusherst wear light enough clothe To them caujonly recom mend a norvli trerttmpnt advjse them to innku speeches at banqnetp to be witnesses In Jnnrder trials to go to teas and Hlanees to develop In short tlio nerve as a wrestler develops his disorderIto cure As ii r1It It passes away of Itself whets the vlctlmrcachcs his thliS TtrneqDemocint Tho London Pit Theplt we uspd to read about In English novels has almost disappeared from the London thpat6w surviving mainly at the music halls though much abbreviated The orchestra stalls have supplanted It with tlidrlilgh charges tiothnt the parquet appears quite American Back of these stalls In What we should call tim parquet cir cle Tare the choap seatS forming the modern pit High mitt low rich and poor are thus brought directly In con trast Travelllagazlue Rpoks and Sunday All the nulnmr world appears to dayriiteperhaps elsewhere that thfc rooks al wajs commence building on the first Siniday In Jldrch This has been frequently verified by observation and the punctuality of the rooks might most claim to exceed thellnilts of cola chlenceCobnty Life J11 IIntended to payJ from the coun try had purchased a pall of gloves In a department store Cash shouted the saleslady My land exclaimed the old lady fumbling in her valleie Iirglve it to mypocketbool1IHarpers I Ho Cinched IL ijy boyr like and I want Tou to narrym dahgter but have you u Juj oppdseltketuntrhDentcr j CARD DI T they ROYAL NICKNAMES Tell Briefly the Story of Each Kings Career l owdoklnp come by the curious nicknames that have been bestowed upon them would be an interesting subject for some one to write about We know fairly well how England begot its Lion Hearted Its Great its Confessor and Its Conqueror kings but how about those ojf other lands Thus France has hind its monarchs whQ were farmed tie Little the Bold the Stammerer the Simple the Indolent and the Fair in addition to the Long Handsome Bejovdd Affable Fortunate Goats Wise etc German history tells us of one who was called the Fat and another the Blind also the Child the Fowler Blhod Ited i Black Superb Sharp Holy and Lame Russia has hint 3ondertulllst in which the titles of TerrlbleAKlerce Lion Grim Proud Impostor and Llplitfoot are prominent Denmark shows a curious array with its Blue Tooth Forked Beard Single Hungry iHarefoot Lamb Pious and Cruel Hungary has had a Salqt Ocr KInglfuryPyrtUgnl I names tBefa way toll briefly the story of each k career t THE LIFE PLANT itt Curious Leaves and How They Di and Bloom Agafn Visitors to Bermuda often bring back to this country as a souvenir of their trip the leaves of an intprcstln plant bf tlie house legk family It is known as the life plant and when the leaves begin to shrivel and fade they send out little shflots which in turn bear leaves that coiUtinue to grow andrc taain fresh and green for months The leaves are about four tinches long rich green In color au l ot a tjguiooth waxen teXture It you take one of the leaves ind pin It to the wall Indoors it will begin to sprou within three or four days be It winter or summer At first the top portion of the leaf will begin to wither and shrivel up and this I likely to fcontlnue until the upper half lias lost Its green color Then tiny white roots iwlll sproutfrom the edges and In time dIn IntI 1ve green leitvea wllf appear on these These little off Shoot will sometimes grow tobe an inch long tend contain several pairs of leaves Tin limit of theIr existence teems to depend upon the amount 4f heat and light thief can obtainS Louis GlobeDemocrat Her Astral Spout An unmarried woman was drawing dangerously near the threshold or that age where the unmated must abandon every matrimonial hope Belonging as she did to that large contingent of women to whom marriage represents the only posslhlo1 career her anxiety as she saw her chances ot achieving it dwindling to the vanishing point became keen and In her distress she be gnu to seek fpr comforting reassurances among that fraternity who for a miltttblo consideration obligingly ioffer to reveal the secrets of the future In thu course or1m Interview with onelot these wise women she was told Ally dear you already are mar riedoh the nstrjall plane and it Is your pstrnl husbn tWbo Is keeplqg the mirth men awn r from yon M0hj cried the ungrateful bride please toil hlnj not to Properties of Gold Pure gold ia Unaffected by the at temJleraturesis also proof against the action of com won acids when used singly More over It confers its properties wok or less upon copper anil silver when these metals are alloyed withit Thtlsfbr cxnmplp twelve carat gold will with stand the action of nitric acllrand the temperaturebutillxed during nnneallng Nine parts of gold may bo alloyed with ton parts of platinum in any ordinary crucible and fire but such an alloy will not be lint form a larger proportion of platinum will free itself from the gold on solIdU flcntlon and a homogeneous alloy of the two metals cannot be obtained Jewelers Clrcular Weeklr THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP for all Coughs and aftl5ts4Jn systentbowels A certain relief for croup and whooplnzcou Z4v couth cures art constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxatlv Honey Tar mores the bowels contain Lao Opiates KENNEDYS ReI UIf aMI TiulAXlTtYE ON E YII PaDitze Tint DeWITt OO qij i- I t Iii HaveWitMrawnn MLiSf olfnnSr From this advertisepneittt tempo i rarily in order that I mYi revise it 5Ii- i v and lI will in JL shori tim mpnounce lie Great Birgalim Ini Farms and Town pertfc 4 In th meantime IJLam preplute ed toI show prosp tlye 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