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fGQUARTEKlfT fbURT Courtis held on the third itonday in each month fBrlLitsyJt1dg 4 in r COUNTY COtJR f TthJ County Cart rneetsOfl tlfefo rtb onday1ne4chrneuth I v 1114 LttseyJ dgeojCount7ClerkVV5P Booker TS May es County Attorney GogeCat1ettJa11er3to Sid ey Osbourne Sheriff Sam Anderson l 1iniDicklshara Herbert Eddlemau t Deptsti tbJJd Masters IjV JTaMe F Mopre CountySutYYOX- T OBryan Assessor PT MitcIie1I3epuy vjtobcrt Noe Treasurer XM Montgomery dorpner JW Bush Sapt ot Common lihaoli P OSprlnEfield GlTy COURT it James4R Noe Police fndgeCI Jphm GracelMarshal v JcW4i GrIgsby City Attorn lJtlt d JUSTICE CO xrdrJnitlcfe Courts are held in Janiiarr April July and Jctobezth g Church DIrcctorya it ttETHOD S CHURCUg tEeT G W I491lkEastor Ser Yice on thfFirstii 1 Third Suudavsiiin icachmcth atllm 31f Sunaa Scl ooleverySunday at10 am Prayer jiiteHn evqry Wednesday t agltti jl CATHOtlC CBjRCHti ieT P F Bennessay Pastor Ser yicesyeryJSudaY at aa id 10 oclock v f flcesat St Rrt SBYTERIAN CHURCH I J1 Kty Rr E C Lawson Pastor rtcblBg every Sunday at 11 amc Ij atv7 pmfJ Sunday school every ann4YVrT Thursday evenIng at 7 ocJoci i rijt BAPTIST CHURCH tye ITIevWmiIartison Williams Pastor Preaching every nday at II am arid 745 pm bSundaySchool every Saadayit 930 anii Prayer jneeting T4T aegdaCTenin at7i45 oclock tSrti CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Frank W Bare Pastor Services every Sunday Sunday School tSt t Fraternal Ordprs j MASONIC XQPC9fSplit1gn iWO ge- fp SO meets first and third Monday h tiieach month f WashmfftonR A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council Xo 52 meets on t rerT tparth Monday JtxiGHTs of THB M ACASHK MeetI r e r f mo 7irOLEYS i HIEYANoTAR1tI k The iiina1 JAli1YE couchI7 ErrlnhgNory bod J8okL every wHery flt Ths nis- ieHOIILYan rAItaa 1YIp4only- vt f lnjlJhVrasia b Red CsDrgSei Q i ttiraesfciftre tti itt W t WroiH jW 1 jliHftH I ROUNli J Of TAfeK I i MM M ThetLittIe Paper Printed Where You Used To Live rTisnft filled with cute arid pictures nor the la esi news dispatches And the papers often dampened aId the print is sometimes blurred There is only one edition ndthes eye quite of ten catches Traces of a missing letter and at tImesathisje1ied word- lNo cablegfranjs bor specials any l Vhere the batkle rages The makeup is mayhapsVk trifle crude and primitive Bat an atmopIe of hop life fillsZ and permeates the pages Of tthe ftttlelcountry paper pritt ed where you used to liv- eHiJtheheaitgrows softarid tender while its columns youre peR rusing j Every i mis is familiar ev iyaname you know full well HAm1oer while youer musing Oh thepkst and weaves about youS unimaginatIve spell You can seethe old home villageIonce again in fancy J Tobe clasping hand of neighbor andof friend and relative And theirffaces rise before you as rof youre idly fondly dreamingw Qer the little country paper printed where you usecCto liveV Kansas City Jpurnal ARIY BIRDS There is probably firmer believer the early birdind the worm eory than1 the country politician with a hankering for an ffice In this county the special jucy p um towards which many longing eyes early turn seems be the office ot sheriff The ext ejection for county offices Washington county will note until two years from next tbeleareIseveralj number of probables at ready in the field for the g Democratic nomination 1 nti summing up the situation the other day a round dpzen of good tizens of the county were named as probable starters ina he race Some of these wilI1o ubtless be contented with a puty shiPbut want to eckoned I with and toge On- oticket any way The Ke publicans of the county will sejnji fistrongconvention As the word has one out that there iis a bright pros ectlor REpublican success the state this year there will i probably be something doing Jj soon in an effort to send a Republicac representative from Washington county in both the he upper and lower houses of the Kentucky Legislature The decision of the Cqurt of Appeals in knocking out the jDemocratic machine in the city of Louisville it is said has t epaitylederstlfrough out the State tp feelless assur ticeover continued success i Tfi O PITABLE Sprihg fi e 1 d Acitizens should well feel1 proud of themselves for the open hearted hospitality low hevisitors at the School Tour namerit here last week The f good housekeepers many of them at rio little inconvenience to threw open their doors and tool care of the vii jbors with an open hearted hos pitality that was commendable None of the representatives from the various schools was permitted to go to any expense forI hotelor boarding house accom modations The visitors evi dently appreciated tile kindness of the people here aud went away with nothing but words oi praise for Springfield hospitajitj 1NOTICE Although I suffered the loss of my stock of undertakers s ipplies b 7 the recent tire I desire to notify the public that I hayea new equipment and am fully prepared to attend all funeral cans and can be found im my J t new temporary quarters oyerr Efan Bros grocery JopY4 MAYES Yan r4 yirector and LicensedI mbsy1Springfield XyI s Many Gatrtle Dying T L JLocal cow hide buyers are dQf inb a and office business Cows tand cattle generally fire dying countyfMrof the county lostt a fine milker nd Dr Salvin lost a pedigreed bull Mr Ben Bright find Mr v Fred Grjffen are among the losers t fMrmerchant lost his 76 cow this week and dozens of otber citi ens have suffered similar losses The cause is said to be due tdbthe stocks eating white clover which is very prolific is spting d clover is also dangerous aththis season but not as dang rouq s the white vrietDanvilihl erald t L Rimarkabl Re AThatctton has once more been demonstrated in the little tongof Fedora Tenn the residence C AT Pepper Be writesl a in becU entirely disabledf ith hemmorrhages of the lungs and throat Debtors failed to help me and all hope had llede when 1 begjan taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant I Ere1ieffO eased tha bleeding diminished jS rapidly and in three weeks I was able togo to work Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds 5Qc and lat Harden Robertsons drugstore Trial bpttle free State Fair Notes The Kentucky State Board ofc Agriculture Forestry and Imi l ration under whose auspices n i State Fair will be held at Louisville 6ept1621 has com plleted the l ssificat Qnolpremt ums for the next State Fair nd the same is soon to go to ress for distribution among ver twenty thousand rjrospec pective e hibitorst Anyone interested In exhibiting live stocks any character poultry womans worjk products of th4- eldorcharcl t garden or dajryJtt or the handiwork of children i win confer a favor upon the Board of A giicul lure by forward ing his or her Dame to the Sec t Ietary JJ E Hughes Louiq t yUle S Ttentyfive thousand dollars i itb eing offereJy the State Board of AgHcultur in temiums an1l purses for the Kentucky State Pair to be held at Louisville Sept 16211 The State Fair ofners to the jreederoOf all classes of live stoc can excellent dppor tunityto bi4ing his stock to thet publics attention in a way thatj noother accasioni offers If he is hunting purchaser he will find at the Kentucky State Fair many persons In the maketffor jfist suck stocli as he may wish l to show and sell He therefore stands the chance of getting premiums AS well qs a better price for hisstck VCnreii of Bfflts Disease Geo A Sherman Lisbon Red Mills LswrenceCo N Ywrites hI had kidney diaoese for many years and had beenreated by phy siciens for tvrefve years had taken a well know kidney mcdicine and ocher i em idles that were recommended but gotno relief until I began using Foleys Kinney Cure The first half bottle lelreyed me and for bet ties have cured me of this dreadful diseae BeforeA began tafii gtFoI I eyaKidney OurI had to makeI wuter about every fifteen minutes day and night find prsstda brick dust substadctf I believe that would have died iif I lad not taken Eqleys Kidney CnreV For sale by theRed Cross Drujr Store II After Many Years Max Rothchild after an db ience of thirtysix years in8 Sal ifornia Arrived here Sunday night for a weeks say amid the 3cenes of his childhood He learned to set type yrith Charlie Nield Bob Lillard Les Wagner md JGPu11man on the Kentucky Peopler published aere by Captoiu Jiapies BI Clark now ot the head of the 03xas State College After learniogth trade he went to San Franci GO and worked on severjal of t lie big dailies and finally engaged in several big enterprises and accumulated an immense ortune He olwns much real estates among jt a SanFranstCOard abnflaratconthat destroyed hecity it 1 oked like his pjrop eriy was doomed butthe flakes Vere check din a block of his USIarulrted lo old Barrodsburgij he would think of Gcres spring lllfohuneJ lll waters s stopping at ithe the Commercial and arose at daylight Monday morning land struck out for the spring and op knees took a drink from its crystal waters and saw ins the poolthe reflection OF a gray aired men past middle life Hp lso visited the old swimmitog hoIinear the Big Spring + Hardburg Herald Ttonsifl Dollarssworthof M1t 1 have been afflict 1fwjth Jcidney and bladder tioutletor ars passing rave or stones witff excruciaring pain says A Bi Thurnes a well coal operator of JBuffalpvb Tie relief from medicine until I hgptf taking FoleysKldhey Cure then the result was surprising A few doses started the brick dnst like substanfce nd now I have no pain across livy kidneys and I fe1like a neV map t has done me 1000 jworthjof good bleys Kidney Curev1tctrveiy jm of kiduey or bladkea disease old at the Red Cross Drug StoreJ A WHISTLER STOBY + The Eagle That Was Made to Pose as K a Fighting Cock Apropos of something Whistler ones told a cockfight story so vividly tliht only man with a sallpr instinct pould tell it as well nSinlic it so keeiHy nnO enjoy Itot11orQugfl1ylt was a jstopj of a strange species of the Aniprlcjiu ock pictured to the smallest detuil so beitutJTully that one forgot that it vas rttorj Some American sailors were at a cockflght in n sesipprt town in land when ond of them remarked to he owner of tile chjEffphm- We havicgot an American cock on board that Citu whip iihy bird here Gofetch im on5j5aid the champion Chuck im In arid see If c licks one bird we ave plenty more to throw In that can lick hany blawsted Haineri cap bird you cart fetch ere All right Well bring one said the sailors When they got aboard they rigged up an American eagle After their own manner they painted triip med spUced and reefed tore and alt transforming ihlp eagle to a cock When ready thqfciwent ashpre b pit their now A1UT guplccock ugplust nit England Attbeplt the sailors chucked In their cockwhIch looked around for other surprises UJ he backed close to the alr Jjovfv4 rlns on your birds yelled he Jsailprs A strutting cock was throwiiptito thesjplt and was another to the poor dismantled eagle ie backed up cleser and closer to the wall wondering what would happen next The cock walked three times 1Unjesticnll around the circle cuffing tils strange opponent the eagle phi ably abashed and bedrabbled crouch JhgloT5er anti lower and looking ardtind and above him for an explajna tjohl of what it all meant while the crowd were yelling madjy for the English fighter The eagI made him feelf mealier and smaller but at last finding that he could get back no fur filter and thinking that something was jpxbected of him arid as the cock dashed at him again stretched out his long claws anti took his opponent by tliQyiieck Here Whistler ertdetl with an Imita tion br motions of what the eaglcudjd He stretched out his arm shaped lifs- hand llfib a claw which by this time looked like a real one drew It to hIS mouth and with one Ijlte pulled bit the head as lie thought an eagle mlgjit do It Then ho looked Jilumlly about tho room as the eagle had doiio at the astonished crowd ami stdtl Now bring on your other llrdsOtto Bacher hi renturj 10 taU riadSome Help Iiie aim yho ppltctl at htartijnar tcrs for u HttlQ InIpfroui the char itable assjiohilion set forth hit rose with so niucli tact antI moderation tlmt the sccretnrv was ficglnnlng to be fa vorably Impressed cant iwk them to do too much the npplicant said lu0l1estJuYoU he coutlnnp l in an outburst of rttHcicy iind IngeniiouBiiess they paid for my wedding last month and twas a real swell oneYouthOm oaulon i Tht Fcrbiddcjn Leit r V The Idea of this auelt tu try how many sscntences can be Spoken wIthout containing rf certain iettr which bus been agreed upon Supposing for in stance the letter Jtf ft not to ld used the first player might nskIs that a new game to you The second could answer Olvno I played it years ago when quito a youugstdr He might tperhaps turn to a third player and say YoU rcincmhcrMt dont you And the third player hIght answer Yes but we used to play Jt dlEferentljv thin player1 haJng used a word with P In It mUst pay a forfeit aifd re nclnout rilie answer ini st be glvbn promptly without hesitation and the playef who frtbr PflPM1MuIb fOLEnIlO TA J IA RiG TIME St Is Given the Visitors Ito the Blue Grass Tournament fA Full List of the Prize Winners r The Twelfth Annual Blue Grass Tournament wjas pullefl offjhere last week according to- lscueduleaJ1dthe occasion visitors wacsa The crowd of visitors was hardly up to ex pectations but the severalschools were wen represented and there was a sufficiently large number of entries in the various contests to make things decidedly inter esting The Opera House was crowded both on Wednesday and Thursday nights and the audiences were highly pleased at the excellent program of en tertainment furnished t The athletic contests which tookpUce on the school grounds onWednesdayoandj Thursday aftercoon attracted good crowds Several base ball contests took place and resulted as follows St Marys 12 Harrodsburg 0 Bprinfield 8 Pleasureville0 St Mary 7 Springfield 2 Harrods burA2tSt MaryO Below we publish the complete listof the winners ot the medals ltogether with those who donated the prizes The judges in the contests tthe Opera House were Henry S McElroy of1 Lebanon Mrs Louis Hughes Bloomfiela land Mrs WJ T Durrett Springfield Male Vocal solo Parker 1ledJ ley Springfield first Tommy Shea St Marys second Medal given by RobersonO1aybrooke- ro Female Vocal Solo MarvHavj den ppringtHd first SallyeI Eggleston ileasureville second t Medall given by Peoples Deposit Batik Vocal EJuet Spingfield fitPleasureville second tyedall given bRed Gross Drug store Quartette Springfield first Pl asureville second Medal given by Haydon Rooertson Chorus Springfield Srstf- Pleasurevrie seconJ DECLAMATCJRY CONTEST Male Jr Dewey Woolstein Harrodsburg first A R Shultz Springfield second Medalgiven by Campbell Leachman 8pringlfieldrodsburg second Medal giyen by Cunningham Duncan Female Jr May Mayer Springfield first j Theodosia Wickliffe Bardstowbt Medall by Conrad Hertlein vinSpringfield rodsburg second medal by Mc Elroy Shader Grammar School Department Oral Spelling Prances McEl roy Lebanon brat lyor Robers Springfield sjecond medal by Tr I McElrovj Rapid calculation JesieBaker fcjeasureville first Riclcetts Boulware Springfield second medal by Walton flfptel Reading Katherine Gore Springfieldt first Duff Jessie PteasurevtiJe second medal by Dr W F Trusty Written Spelling Pdxid Mof fettj Lebanon first HaitJe Rice Springfield second medal by DrL MBurton Mental and Practical Arithme Uo Joseph Hopper Stanford first Ricketts Boulware Spring field second Kentucky History Joseph Hopper Stafford first Madge graves Springfield second pied all by Spring leld Hotel United ptus History Polk Board Leh non first Frank Har5in Sbringtield secondj medal by Jno L Barber English GraiKmer Nellie Marks Bar stown first Nellie Noe Spiingeld second medal bvJphnR Birber G ograph Stanford first Pleasurevill4 second Composition atd Letter Wri t tiog An nie hoc encyt Pleasures first Mary Lampton SpringfieJdsecdnd High School Department Elementary Algebra McMur try Pate Lfbinonfi sti Thosff Bright Stanford second Civics LylBan B rber Spring field first Nellie Mats Bards town second medal by Spring field Sun Je aHigherSpringfield first H Claxton n Pieasnreville second i High0ii Arithmetic Joseph Marks Bardstown first ieoT Hopper Stanford second Geometry Paxa Moffott Leb anon first Lyman Barbqr Springfield i second EdmundurIStafford second d First year Jiathi Sadid Minor Lebanon first Joseph Marks- s Bar stowp secondgCaesar Nellte Noej Spririgfield1 first PexieXMoffett Lebanon Cicero RuthMalsonrLubanon first Ly man Barber Springfield second jVirgil Marie JEdmundsLeba non first John Waters Stan ford second English Composition Mary Lampton Springfield first Willie Mae FjgA Pieasnreville sec ndifPhysical Geography Grady Tucker Stafford first Eleanor DunCan Springfield second English History Stitfoi4firsV Pleasureville jSecond Public Oral SpelLhigStantordb first ebanon secondtt Penmanship Lebanon first i Peas ur villesecond Physiology Frank Hardin Springfield first LebaiOD 2nd Athletic 50yard dash Frank McCabe Springfield o 2rIS THE CEUBBRATEI I ttHoughton1 BuggieslI J jjt a t trictly High ara 1 IIThis is one of the best high grade buggies on tbe market I also handle the Tgpy another high class vehicles 1 Young lIens Buggies and Runabouts Call on me before buying a bagiy and satisfy yourself as I o to quality and price f4 z John Lily Bather jSi Suc Mor toHaydoo = Burbar j jj fffTl 11111 tXl huJtzSpringtiBrpad Jump Harry SUtiltz High Jump Harry Shultz CooperStanford Throwing 42pound Hapmer R SrDawson SpringfieH TIiiicig 3 Number three is a worderfdl mascot for Go H PMrrfsiof Cedar Grove Mef accordin tb a letter which reads HAft J suffering much witbV ILveraii kidnSy troubleand btcoming greatly discouraged by the fail ure to find relief I tried Electric Bitters and as a result I am well maa today The first bottle relieved and three hottfea com pleted the cure Guaranteed best on earth for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Hay op Robertson druggisjts I50c Nov MH Jones Cpr have de cided to open their cash hon on Main Street in the front part of the building now occupied by the harness factory Mr Jones states as his Reason for thi change that it has never been convenient to the public on ac count of lodatfon The intentiot of this house is to take cara oi the basket trade onlysuch as the farmers bring from ime to time awl thai the remainder of tbeh business will be conducted at the old s and Be sure to taict all your produpe to tne new stand nd while you wait if your bar est needs repairingic can bt done by upto date workman just inside here is no casef of indigestion So matter how irritable or how obstinate that vfill not bespeedily relieved bYI tbense of Kodpl The main 1actOr in curing the stomach df any dkr order is rest und the ouly way to g tlest is fo actually digest the food or the stomaeb itself Kodol will o it It is a scientific preparation of ve table acids Containing thc very eame juices fourid in a healthy It codforms to the pnr ood and drug law Sold bi the Reit Cross Drug Store 3 TOWNS WITH TROUBLES Londotfs trouble Is her fog Tokjos trouble Is earthquakes In her worst 200000 residents were killedc The mistral is the trouble of Mar seilles an ecstwmd that increases the citys death rate50 per cent Calcuttas irjouble is cholera and Ute bubonic plague Is the trouble of Borntbay Each city paysV to her trouble an annual tribute of 0000 oiils- Bagdads t trouble is the BagSad bnttton a sore that attacks practically every resident and visitor leaving a J button shaped permanent scar Madrids trouble Is the solaRo aSUM mer ivind from the southeast It is ex- eedlngly hot and Is accompanied by choking clouds of dust socthat notwithstanding a temperature of 05 or 110 degrees all windows must be closed Philadelphia Bulletin The Science ef ChtfnUtry Chemistry did not become a science in other words chemistry proper did not exist until the seventeenth ceaj tury and it was ablate as the middle f the eighteenth entnry before it began to nmouijt to much T5e old al chemy undoubtedly contefned the germs or atN least the possibilities of the present day chemistry but beyqd this the relationship between tIM mod ern science and the ancient delusion to slight indeed Still It cannot be de icd that it was in the foOlish search or the Philosophers Stoiieand tie Elixir of ute that men first lilt upon he dlflcoyeries which were destoed develop into the great sckmee of ten day New York American The SarcuticuCahhy Ihe Jo doa bob y iIs notorious for overgroWn feet am bands Likewise the London cabby lid generally ac credited with never being at a teas for reply Qua day a bobby lifted tip his hand majfcstldally to bait a cabby iMitthe lattgr crowdedhte b6r e afceatL Didnt you see me raise tOy a1dY demanded the bobby Old see the sky darkena mornent- hut a my orse was shyhi at yr fort- retortedthe cabby Jis he whlppedsp ItndcntonLfttlo Graphic The Danes and this Ravw ael-ected5tbeNtftrgratitude for before the lavetIas t b the mariners compass they atlet kavt found him extremely UletuLTHH method Of determiuhijf wkeilMr tawl wall near was to let Itpflee a rartii If the bird saw land he 8fld awf y forever if he did not be retunwi to tile ship London Chronicle 5 fJallYCw tI can say for myself that I MTer- hnv been mean ete get M4iwr t Von anliJ cook away frse Neither have I bat 1 MB eeiuto I that once or twice I havetM4twset- ir cook oft oa some of aaebSN f 1Mt frvW lrf9VhataQ44afrsNothiujr j t J Nothlug l Re1 rnrbN II1 iay dtkr t r wbITuJ1T t = r D1ESSUtQy- Mr a NI B fill Ir Irtt colIxltyDiswk95sa Vieitd1Uluf v a1isPIj j f Mr 1i I BwMr j 1 ot s most proimt krSI1 IIi1tockmea of cut I ry jI1dwQoHCOdRt7dt5EiJJJ5 4 J flezj at tH bo o4 IIIM4awlrT B IMarti m Lj place last BaUfrdkj anAjg j tott3ockck AliBwter bad IMM j for somtliine Ravine tMm4 rstroke of paralysis abiwl m IOO ttilqo bili eMbi iinglaodden Haand kWvtti had been withi tr d 9 MrtV MrsRo nllbereldays and bi IwaWi n ap p rently iiapwk TIle ternooa before ISM Matte in th ttr tt and hi the f v spoke of rlfrHBttM kUf nifti and andatf er rpAt t iedby the heavy toeaitaff iliirhusband asd foMd kMv as lcald RpBards was called bs M g I be could xet to the bettoide irtSUsterct expired Mr Bister wae welUbuwfeito the peorple of Spnnfff i itb en a fireqiifntfret Mt tWter c here since his dvffctrMB4m 4 re ident of nttie piMM i iSmaD stood hifher ik tftmanitr iin wkicb he liv di 10 he and he owed a AM a se ferrrinearBsrgiaI i 14ustc- ounty r 1 Hsi TIM praaM t otthe MeroiBa IL 48rrodibQstatit Iorcedto 1 I 0 1111111ti a year mo on aesoii4 ot ill heltbrBe ww ai Ot years pt oge adk urvlvd b a widow t r0IouiV tjjdaugrs rTL I 11Jr and Eyer U- J4rs As s s D BOIt4 Jioo aM- Barrodebur ud W Bards oJ stPI IIilc J The re s w L j f aarrodbsrg tbae tOi tt wberethemhers W son ik Monday l1strtbler 4 r1kve4 lDy takIagLI1tIs f teach Meal udoL woos rI he eatof tlae WrMr digsetIy OCIIRJ IIIIt t saral dkstIe j4Naad wleatyoe oat 1I4 a y paire 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weedjr rr- TI flI NWSUADRFL- feBaD YYTvaY 1 AYEAR IPI ADVANOEI t i ItOLD i H E LOAVISON Jr Mii = ibUl4uIu iiMkS 1 c4s ps M uhsquntinertIo ttbiin4 pbllUei1 Et4 4 Jbw I 4s t oWeskC1Ct5 eotrscbs 4d o liberal aWL Wta14s ai f UP TUUIDAT JUNE 0 1907 ML LAkxJEMENT 1dL We areauthor1M1 id announce J Gore of Springiield a canak 1 tiite senator from thefFjf compcdy do i WartiiBgton and Taylor ut jctto the action x f the tc party ForsI Vhw mWbty of Fd J jckMon is vittiher aunt Plia Nt11y forfew days JlliMlifarjrB arrico has te pred home after a saverl fjiM y among Telatives in the trie Southern end of this ciunty f t tadI1rs X E Smith Sre the deflghttul guests of J JpCarrikxjffamily last Sunday 1iMr Lee Smith and family tQd Mr TOt OEran last tbdy 1H ay Stniib Lf Louiyil1e- k1 friiited his pftrenls Mr and Mrs Ba mith a low days last week 4 sr Felix Dowling is but 1ijt1e i4rorvecl sincB our last writnig I ire are but little hopes of his rtoYery Mr JobnNally we nesorr- freiKrk isK nd better at this 4e-v While we writ news comes to plfthe death of Mr Richard pplfcpmeiy y hose remains wM behrPiSgfat p and tfcried in vff rE6 e cemetery He was a life Icjpg Daeinber pf the Gatho He cfiurch and liked by all who ka Whim He was born raised KaoCiivecf in the St Bpse neigh t ilppcl all of his lif efuntil three p t fottr years ago when he rnpyed 4toLouisville I t 50ft last Sunday solemn high ioW was mosb beautifully sung T5tst Rose A very4large crowd- ttendance 3MCo1 g Uurc v i bjKjocalapplieations as they caV not reach the diseased portipn of the e4r Sx There is only one way to core deaf aesind that is byconstltutfOnl- jtaueUei Deafness is caused by fii Z iiH1Eed condition qf the mucuona ofthe gutschian Tube Whn tb tube Is inflamed you haea rum jllrifir sound of imperfect hearing Cndblicn i lsentirely closed Deaf the resulti nd unless the in flatlot an be taken out and this tab restored to its normal condition i laeariijgr willi be dlstroyed Jforerer 14casesout of tenare causod by Canffrti which is nothing tint an in Tflasaed condition of the raucous rur ir I JWewill give OneHandred Dollars Jfpt3y case of deafness badped tiyt J tIrthv haVcanifot bie jcuretilb HalVfrCatarph Cure iSend for circu lars free ii J Cheney o To TOIt1b DruggiBt3 73c rakeHa1ls Family pills for Con 1A fitio- MOOS7ILLES c Born since our last to th wifiEdGoatIy a 12pouud bqyI I4 the wife of Henry Qffut u jQpoirnd girl Tpbclo settinghasbeen going AL03at a rapid rate fbrthe past It is with sadness thatl chron icl6 the death ot Mrs Annio 1 gibeltii hQ departed this life Nai 2 oeJok p tn1ina LxjuisvillB infirmary Sne was 4 inth 43rd year of her age She noble good worn in ShE ti to resi in rJamp ound- jftftery after appropriate ser I y1e iitby Rev Cooper The ast- i p taw bet aUveshe told me f s1ie Wanted lonurse her children throttgh the measles but the I 3ti pOoi Wpmandidli not live long The pall hearers lirs Rof3ards Hyatt1 Yates Wrght and 1hay May she rest in peace tEi prayer or the Writer By 3Night preached to a f Eg ccgiegaion at New Hope Suay morjiIIig and niht aVaitqy JJtlLschool hops i S4ITyernntl3ocloik- MiiCia1l Jr ani family oN4MI UZ1r35 spent a couple tde9 whli 1iisparonth1Mr andjiJaCullSr nd family wilt p i4h with friend here tdSW CULL atvtndfd coun SS55ogLri it Taylorsiill 1at visid MkOQe- LtaaPi1 1st Baa Fary1y44 sad r AHaee in pri gi4- Mr J E Seire Qn xeceiy la surprise May 28thf it being btrth1Peopetod bis wife to iipqk several hen when he waaap iised of tbe fact thati they tfad come vith edibles and presents tp ciBlehra e hisvbirthday Hetqeivd many pref nts and abpufc 73 guests were tfoere Nfc Wells and daughter Miss Verna 0f Tathara Springs visi ted Mr uni Mrs Ed Yocum last Sunday and Monday j Messrs Ed Sweeney and Basil Cull attended children night at Chaplin last Sunday Misetes Lara and Cassie Yancy nd Margaret Lyddane attended decofttion at Wdlisburg last Saturday Little Miss Hazel Truax of Springfield j is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Wm Good Mr Montgomery of Spring held visited Mr audMs Rain Pile last Saturday ad Sunday Mrs Luther Kirsch and mother yisited Rain Pile last Monday ifr Sherman Hickerson of Green county spent last week With Joe EBeiaven Mr Toe R Beaverf of this place hasspld his farm to An drew Kirsch and purchased two atv Scottaburg Indiana where he will go this fall tp make his future Home We hate to give UndO Joe up buG what is our loss will be their gain Ha FfrcT Stlct I have fired tile walking slack Ive carried over 40 years ion account of a sore that resis ted ever kiud of trreatnient urltil I tried Buckleng Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made meia happy man writes Joi4n artt of North Mitis N 0 Guaranteed for Piles Burns etcVby IHaydon Robertson druggists ZS k TrcniyUle As 1 have been absent for some time1 wilf tryto jot down a few items Mrs Lee Bird is very ill at this writing Mr Alex Curjtsinger and Miss Annie Hardin were married a the home of her pa rjents Tuesday Last The bride ii only twelve years old and he is fifteen Mr Arthur Lewis and Miss Eliisia Coulter were married Sunday They are another ypnjcouple Miss FlorenceJ Cheatham of this place spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Sallio K Hendren at Scruggsyile where she enjoyed herself very much with her kind associates Misses OIlie Parish Corda Pinkston and Ethel Gorddny of Maud MissEIfea Scott and MrtSieve scott of Polin and others call lug Sunday evening They all enjoyed the day at the home of Mr Him Hendron Mr Clellan Hardest find1 fanitly were vistiog 5th Abe Cheatham Sunday Miss Gertie Pinkston has been visiting relatives the pasty week at this place v Mr J E Trent and little girls Visited Mt tawrehce Trent at Scraggsyille Saturday night Mr Abe Cheathamvisit d his son EddCheathami aft Moores ville unday night Mr Palmar Cheathara was the guest of hi parents Wednesday tight and attended the decora LiOn at Eockbridge tee Are Few f people who know how to take care qf themselvesrtiie majority do not Th61iveriBa niOst important organ lathe body kterbina will keep It in conflltion V C Simpkins Alba Texas writes I have used Herblne for chill aed fever and find it the best ztiedicinej everufeed I would not be without it It has gccd for children 81t Is for grown people ank I recom mend IL It Is finej frr aGrippe Sold by theRed Cross Drug Store VaIIe flail Many tnends ana relatives at tended the funeral servicbs of Mfi tt W Janes at Pleasant Grove Wednesday Mr and Mrs Be edict Janes of Maud visited vat the home of Mr and Mrs M Reed on last SVednesday James Moran Jr spent Wed nesday night with GilbertsDona hoe and attended the B G G S Tournament We regretto hear of the mis fortune of Mr L Mi Walker jn losing his horse and carriage in Springfield during the tourna meat The rain of last week was a great treat to many in this sec tion who setout much tobacco Several who contemplated afc tending the entertainmentat the normarl jschpol of Bardstbwn Friday night W6re 4issapointed by rain Mr Arthur Goatley visited fairparents here last week be tore his return to Kansas Messrs James Moran and i R Goatley attended the id corae thin of the graves in the Wiljis burg cemeteiry Saturday HardetysdrftoVing the school house beruray efternQOfl ftfr Earl SVhitthan fis ciuite ii at this writing having 5ujtfered tv IILunchRooffl lice SCream and Soft Drintel I I have fitted up my place of business onMain Street next to the Walton Hotel for the1 sale of Ice Creani and Soft Drinks and will also have a 4LUNCH ROOM Jy ij III WillaiSoKeep onnanarresn rruits or an iinus EVerythirig new and clean Irespectfully solicita 2 share of the public patronage I CILPRICEfw severe attack of measles We wisJtLhm a speedy recovery Earnest Goatleyrof tjiis place accompanied by Miss Delia Vir gin of Maud attended the school entertainment at Bar s tdwmPriciay night J Mrs J N Hays and sister Miss Blanch Boata of Mt Zv0n passed through our section Mon day enroule home iiiter a short visit to relatives in TSpringfield lj Mr Robert Sutherland df Chaplin was in our midst Mon day soliciting orders for Hour which is somewhathgh atpres ent Mr JF Head purchased a new buggy of our local dealer last week Mr and Mrs Benedict Janes af Maud visited relatives here Sunday Master Dee Edgeiton ofL Pleasant Grove is visiting relatives in this section this week- The school Closed at this Friday after being successfully taught by Miss Pearl Jpoatletr Lr two months The pupils re gret havingjto stop schooj Bow ever they rWiil be reinstated again under a new teacher in a few weekSi so we aremfornied MR Wv Fi Moran our local con trpctorjhas just completed a new addition to the house of Mr W E Brown which adcys greatly u the fippearance and conven ience thereof Lt- Quifeja large crowd came to jhear Bro Benight preach afc our chb8llibuse on last Sunday He certainly delivered an excellent sermon and we hope to have him again with us in the near future V Mr Arthur Goa ley and wife 1efI Saturday for Con ordia Kan where they will reside Mr Gpatlev having accepted a pqsition there in a creamery He understands the bnsiness iisj industrious honest and sober young man who speaks well for Kentucky abroadTnd success apd happiness to him is our wish J XJno j3rt Barber of Elton Wis says r have only taken four doses of your Kidney and Blander Pills and they lave done for me morp than any other medicine has every done I am still taking the pills as Ivart a perfect ureJl Mn Barber refers to De Witts Udney an43lacider Piil which an e inecjnaled ft backache weak kid leys inflar4mation of the bladilei f and all urinjiry troubles A weeks treatment for 25c Sold by lhd Red Orosff Drug Store ANTIOCH t Here we are again Well we have had another delightful rain a real good tobacco season and the farmers have taken advan tage and haute set alt of the plants that were Jarge enough and that was few ucjt more thai 25 per cent being set We have the worst stand of cjorr that we everhad Wheat is doog well while oats are fro good byt nayethe e yiirou vjiuc vsv ci bloom that t ever saw and iif the weather will turn wdrrn and dry we will have an abundant bpneyj crop I had the pleasure of attend ing Decoration day at Wlllisburg Saturday vherjO a large number had met and ib was indeed a beautiful sight to behold the cemetery a ter t he services It looked indeed jhke a vat llowr garden But the trip over there I mean the roads the English language is too tame to furnish words tot describe it S metimes you would go down until you would hink you had reachf d the bottomless pit andy before youi can recover your buggy would stnkfe a pile of iobbestone3 and you would think that you had started to the other place Myi advice to everybod Js not to try the experiment unless thfev are of the kind that qan hear all things hope for all thinjgs and can endure all things pleasedJndgeThurmans with toJ gralherssurely need a reform along that line but ve would like to supple oient his instructions hy saying go after the money grabbers also and if he could succeed hi- getting a few irtdictments lbng those lines he would be a greatt benefactor to the county I But flue comes in next for consifleratidn arDxnocrats but spy s tbeY are jnotforjariy party policies We fitlpppse he means principles wajl boiv could he be when everybody knows that the Democra t have no principles for cer aim Why they are for Bryin and free silver one campaigr and Parker and th gold standard nejxt But pne thing ii5 certain it is their r clicy to oppose ev erything the lcpublicans stand or But it is true that they pa ssed in Ken tucky a naagnlftcent dog law they have also a fine fish and ganje law and they have taxed every thing from a farm to a soda fount but they need the money hi their I usiness He also says that the rare lor any good honest uprigh local option man Now I dont know so well abput that We ai for temper ance but we cant 1 elp but think jot the dry times tp come for Valley Hill with tiothing to drink but creek wa eru Rev Wesley Graham who lived in Mercer cc unty near the Washington county line died at his home on atui ay night June 2d Deceafsf d was nearly 98 years old and had been a preacher in the Christian church for over CO years He has been totally blind for severkryears rMJA illpy or will See that her baby is properly careid forto cc this t good purgative ss necessary Many babies Buffered from vormsartd thei mothers dont knOw it if your bab is feverish and doesnt sleep all night it is troubled with worms Whites Oreaim Verr ralfuge Will clean out these worms in a mild pleasant way Once tried always used Give it a trial Price p5s Sildj by J the Keil crOss Drtrg Store jL WiIiisbug1 We have had a nice rain and the farmers are about th rough setting tobacco f There was a large crowd at tended the decoratidn last ISat urday at this place anUJ the graves were nicely decorateu John Reynolds and fatnily Oi Harrpdsburj visitea friends here las i weak Dr Si M Grumes and wife and Mr McKee and wife oC Fox Creek spent Saturday with Mrs AB Wells f MisSi Mamie Merit is visiting her mother this week EdgarWilson Miss Ora Adamsk of Harrods burg attended the decoration here Saturday and stieht Satur daylftod Sunday wifih friends Mrs Mary Pinkson visited her lather Johu Grid el Sunday J 1C Wells bas tented the Mcllvoy properLy ajnd moved last week i Rev Lowen our1 regular pas tbr will preach hei0 Siijiday He is a good worker irt th6 phufcb Mr Franklin of Ari erson is visiting her daughter MrsJdhn SutUerland f r A prompt pleasant goota remedy for coughs and colds is keunedys Lax ative Cougar Sycup It i especially recommended for babies atari dhildfen butgpod for every member of the family It ebntains Ito Opiates and does not constipate Contains honey and tar and taat nearly ap fjobd ns m pe syrup Chjlldrcn like it Sold by the Red ibrosa Drug Store j u Noticejf iIayingtds accounts inj the fire whicl destrdy od my place of business I tr stall per sons UQpwihg the m elyeil irideot ed tP me will COllie forward and settle either by ndt0 lor with cash I have ranted tie 5t nd formerly used by L M Burton Co and can be founcl at thafe place Over Hagan Bros Store JOHN Y M YES q Cura CoBauh11LIio SA A Herren Finch Ark writes oleys Honey and JQarisi the best preparation for coiigbs colds and Itintr trouble I know tthcuied sonsumptlon in tfie first stages You never heard of any one using Poleys Honey and Tar and not being satisfied For sale by the Red Cross 4 Drugstore IB WITH TIDY1 Robbers Bind Girl to Bed With Lace and False Hair THEN STEAL HER JEWELS Beaten Into Unconsciousness Grace Karl Revives Frees Herself Fiom Strange Bonds and Summons Police but Too Late to Catch Burglars After beating her Into unconscious ness with the butt of a revolver and with their fistg two men bound land gagged Grace Karl twentyifour years old in her rooms at 390 Sixth avenue New York city and then after tying her to a bed with strand qf false hair sobbed tier taUJng about 000 worth of Jewelry The men escaped In the early evening the woman was lit Sixth avenue and soon after re turning to her rooms she heard a knock- on the door When phe opened ft a man al out twciityitwo years old of lark complexion waikecVinto the room He asked several questions and while THE TIED HER ARMS AND LEGS TQ THE BEDPOSTS they were talking another knock was heard The woman opened the door and another man eitered when the two got her into afront rooct they pointed pistols at her and then oue of them struck tier In the face knocking her to the floor Then the tyro men beat her in the face un til site became unconscious Carrying her into the bedroom the anen then tied her to the bed using a tidy and some false hair which was on the bu roan r They tied her arms and 4egs to the bedposts 4 lille the men were looting the rooms the woman revived and started to cry for help The men van back into tile room and after one of them had struck her in the race with his flst they gagged tier with ja handkerchief Then Jtlic men rpbbeii the flat taking a pair of diamond earrings valued at 350 a diamond ring aturquois rmg a silver poeketbookinnd a small clock After the men h Jd been gone about fifteen minutes the woman managed to tree herself mid staggered to a win dow and shouted for help Policemen Hampshire and Tprry hejird her crier and ran to her apartment They found the wqinan suffering frbm numerou cuts and bruises about the face and chest Her lip was cut In two places abd her left eye blackened Burns House to EfvTct Tenant James Keeshan qf Atlantic Cityzi fittld mining townf sot th of Lander Vyor set lire to and burned to the ground a valuable hon e belonging to him hi order to get rl i of a tenant who had fulled to pay his rent and wh6hatf refiisedto vacate the premises Keo shan warned Bn ndou that it he did not vacate the house at once he would set flreio it and burn It down over his head BYandon paid no hped to the warning When he awoke In the mid die of the night however he discov ered that Kecshahhad carried out his throat Brandon barely hrtd time to escape with his life nil his household goods and personal effects being de stroyed Bit Off His Wifes Nose Louis Goldman tried ii little while ago to effect a rpconcllhitlojn with his wife Lena who lind gone to live with hef parents at 417 Peimpyivanla eve nue East New York She did not wantt to be rppqnciled So Jolduian lay In wait for her and bit off ns uucli of hex nose as he could get bet wceu his teeth He told tlie police Ijttcr tlMt ho lOved hih vlfo inueli that the idea of her Rotting a dlvarcp from hiin ndmarry big any one oto Ijitfd prcjjed on lth mind Ho thanglit thu If hie removed the nose the divorce would nt help her1 diy toxvant getting another husband and that the woiilil b6 glajl to rome back to him Goldman was locked up on a charge of mayhem x Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood It used to be considefed that only urinary and blacTder troubles were t6 be traced to tlie kidneys but nosy nibdern science proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning in the disorder of these most important Organs The kidneys filter and purify the blood that i their wprkv Therefore when your kidneysdre weal or put of order youc n understand how quickly your entirfiibody is affected and how ever organ sedms to fail to do its duty If you are sick wY feel badly begin taking the great Kidney repiedy Dr Kiljners SwampRoot because as soon i as your kidneys are well the will help iall the other organs to hedlth A trial will co wince anyone Jf yc u are sick you caiv make no mis take y first doctoring your kidneys The m Id and the extraordinary effect off Dr K liners SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is1 soon realized II stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the xiost distressing cases aiidis sold Ion its merits by all huggi thin fiftycent and a redollar size itLHbottlesL You may have al sample bottle nona ot SwampBoot by mail free also a pamphlet tellingyoa how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when riling to Dr Kilmer Co Ding hamtoiji N Y Dont make any mistake but retoeniber tim name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BwampRoot and the ad lress BinhnrntonILYoncver7bOttIeI j I t EFFIES MARRrAGE When he coming ny charming brlileSjroljm mamma asked Em Pal grave one day much as lif she had con sented to the engagement nil along Whenever you like dear- I hope he wont expect melto bfj sentimental suppose not though An old fogy like him wilt be too rheu matte to trouble me with demonstrative affection V He is only fortyfive my dear child Very likely but he is as stIr as a poker and when he dances he lifts one off ones feet and jsbakes the room Married men dont often trouble themselves to dane wl h their wives Effle Therefore you can banish that grief from you at pll events The ceremony was over tender youth tied to middle age for life For better for VoTse Effle fiad swallowed that muchglided pillSEven to think of Laurenpe Leicester was now a sin she told herself Yet site met him everywhere her eyes would stray to the door until he en tered and she ollbweji hlmto talk to her and put on her wraps as he had been wont to do Had he and she noj been so basely handled she would have behaved dir ferently she also told herself former thusband she was forced to own was a good man Too late she had leajrned that Lau rences coming marriage to Miss Pal sey had been contradicted She had been duped Into a hateful union and It gave her almost a tight to permit her old lover to hover around her Ah almostrjiotiqulterihe Not a great deal of difference In the phrase yet enough to tormentlier conscience at moments such as when her husband- took the wrap from Laurences hands with firmness and dlgnity by the vvay hqw dignified he could look at times considering that he coiild no dance or when he framed her small face la his hands and turned It toward him looking at It with a pjitient mournful ness which hurt tier more than he hnd struck lier It was not long after this that Lau rence Leicester went homer from his cub wIth a white face and a dizzy brain He had been playing higher evdn than usual fortune had made a read set against him and Jbe was a disgraced man unless he could have the command of several th usa ds He reviewed his position but knew that he could not lay his bands on as many hundreds Yes there was one way but- a 1aLit me see whether I tike in your meaning Laurence I am to rob my husband In order tQL v Effle What a word He gives you untold thousands todo what youMlkfc Wltbr In fact I might construe your words Into a threat If I like I may buy backmy letter that is iIf I far my husbands anger should you feel die pOsed to show It to him For heavens sake dont look like that Effle he cried and forget all I have said I am a cur There see and he tore the letter into fragments I am a disgraced man and despera tan ed nie to this dastardly conduct- Effle staid his hand its he was about to throw away the pieces then she composedly gathered them up In her handkerchief E ffle he repeated in unfeigned anguish forgive me and forget this wretched business Let roe fling away those bits ot paper For give him Yes perhaps In time she could do that but forget It never and she loved this man lovwj bjin Instead of the husband who twOs waiting for theday when her heart would cease to go astray and turn toward Its rightful T ldce Laurence dont press me for answer an tonight Come tomorrow morn ing But I want no answer he said ve hemently I tell you my madness is ovei and I humbly beg your pardon Of course Ill come tomorrow Just to see you1t you dont hate the sight of me that is He gave her a iQng look as he left her She was so still arid if she Said goodby the words were inaudible and there she remained lhalf stunned yet mechanically thinking it was best so I will neVerseehlnv again but I might have broken down if I had attempted the final farewell He shall apt be disgraced but the as slstancq shall come through my hue band He wHlhiplp him I know and he Is so good and so patient that he wilt not expect top much from me Just at first S I say said one club acquaintance of Laurences tb another Leicester is In luck I wish I had his appointment Uncommon goojl one1 In India iIs tuot7 Yes 5 fEffie Ud not make quite a full eon JV31U11 ill flint not until later when they had drawn nearer together The exact words of hip reply nq t even to her mother did she repeat butt they caused tejars of repentance and of gladness to flow In abandonment iron her heart As time wore on when they tool their dally drives the spectacle of tin quit faced man and the now bloom IhgV happy young wife caused much talk cud wonderment that for orice tbe meddling of the fate had not wreck ed tvro or more lives London Argosy The Limit Jennie Pa what tIe they call aman who has two wlyes PaA bigamist Jennie Ca siippose he has more that two wives what els he then Pa A hopeless Idiot ow dont bother me with any more questibns Illustrated Bits ANCESRAL APPETITES t Table Feats ef Some Famous Feeders f Bygone Days A generation holding critical views on a mans Intelligent or unwise j InIdulge In ancestor Wor3hlpv lint there are at last oud or two things In which our auc6stors were truly greater than we of thejpnpsent day can ever aspire to be hake them for Instance at ta ble If ancient books on table ett- cinctte are to be taken seriously and thcve Is no reason why they should not lie tliQ nnccstor was In the habit itt irnltvli lmliiia a In nhloii and ol dlspgplnjj of them by tho simple means of tljrowlng them under the table or ovfer his shoulder He worked hard with lila IpindK In the dishes when a suctUiCHt but Slippery morsel refused to come to him by means of knife andIs Cork He used his table napkin fox unspeakable purposes and his forlf In utfdr forgetnilnesH as comb or toothII brush In on6 souse therefOre not Uno v how to eat Meanwhile In anothei he was truly great for the nitqntltliV of food which ha eaiUMd to t St i i i Cash Produce House I I 1IPay Highest MarW Pnceiin cash for Poultry Eggs Butter and other t IWillisburgneghI I INCORPOqpED S I iib OF= s it- II I I III oftlieBluewhere Jam prepared to do all kinds of I S HARNESS 0111 Hand made harnes a Specialty and all repairiiif promptly and neatly done tvl I also have withme the Dear and Dumb Shoemaker ho is an expert workman Yur proIige respectfully I Solicited Geb J1m- aI ii iiTHEFIRE j s 9 Caused me tomove in with MV W p PLawrence So rny business 111 go on rVv 9 ju t as it did before the fire J Ir have a 0 nice line of y g IV0o all kinds Cut Glass Silverware etc v0 Come and get prices vv Jas Jt rxet1 Main Street opposite Presbvt mn chu- rchGoDGooooooGooo 5 00 OO Mjipear nc a single raear were notn tag short of mnirelons The records preserved rof the ances tors teats of the fork and the finger are woefully thin but noyt and again one of these very human documents lit the form of a menu Is nnearthed ahd tells Its own story Such is tho following list of dishes served bi 133t to a Tvqrthy citizen of Valencia on the occasion of his taking unto himself wife Across the space of close upon the six centuries the cranes and lampreys the peacocks and boars heed of the feast madeline display This Is the order in which thfe fonrteemuYen tury wedding breakfast was served MENU Boast crane venison lamprey ospreyai Baked pomegranates burnt almonds veg stables fish Eel pie anti toast Galantine of sprats and cheese cakes Peacock can pheasant Crayfish boars head and eavourles Figs medlars ahd wafers Wines Saint Jangonf Bmnne Burgundy and Hock The Italians also were famous fdera raid seem to have distinguished themselves In particular durlnff the early days of the renaissance The Bourlxma valiantly followed suit out of themo djstlngulshed successes be lug scored by LouiS 1V of wilotu as eyewitness wrote I often saw hhh CaTfour plates of soup a whole phase ant a guinea fOwl a large dish of salad several slices of mutton with garlic sauce two large slices of hamhi dish of cake and dezserti jf- of his physicians finally reduced hin niajesty to such meager fare as two plates of pigeon broth and three rout fowls According to Arenberg the great king was later Invllfe subject to attacks of lndlgestkiiI The little suppers In the reign of the next Louis jthoush on slightly less gigantic scale are sltlll suHlcentl Ini preTSl ve The Marqnlse lArtenuy for instance put before her puests Otter they came from tbethentec and bbforo they went on to a d neo this coilatlot- fiplgpon soup with lentils and carrots Chlcteen broth Patties of fowl veal capon nheasanU Bulhoa fowl yrBaked stnrjlnga wood pigeons wlld duck and snip Cakes Sweets Priqt It seems a pity lio record pjeserve4 of what happened vt theItkk uppertne party i- c r A Wfl Fas A good deal 0C royal sigi1Icaae be S been given to ifiriK They wire ym bole of authority In Mexico beretbe- conquest Queen Mary of nfaVi4ri icelved om New J ars dty iim ig5l5j fannes to keep ti4 Obet of the ryei Queen Elizabeth Sivdred the tbata fauVas th only present a soy erelg cpuld receive from a s ibJecL Fans hate not afways been dnty tri flee JeaVde Balza n Pr6nck writer of tIm seventeenth century e frase Italy fluting the relga of XIV ofttheenbrmoii3fhns in use the peiitled from the eIiing and worked i four servants He says have a tak that makes wind enough In m chan her to wreck a ship ra Siin Vss Nat Thrwii I- Gnev1eves father occupied tho pa1 lilt Let iAn who is without cia anjong you he iirstto east a ske ii chose tot ft teL GenevleveNrll te earnestly to tni ensqmf dLscorse At the close of the service Jer aiotJr tried in vain to dlslod e ben from the ministerial pew 4SeiiVIeVir stood her ground till the rest of the coaregatkIhisd passvd eeL theit abs Ie4 i ip with a sIgltofrehieC Well seskt- I guess theyve all slHB d Aiiyhow Bobodiy threw ItNew oet t- uThiksP4kaIrRobert Oyermlhier ated fvirty4r years a farther hivi4 d Salt ereek relTcrson cotnty Ky bec a leis and barricaded ixuaelf Issa M b lug on his f tbed firm BttjtiMMtjr fs attributed te a 4er iikA e iIceiTed lit a esa irif wleai boy f- tii1IgiH5bST wEIrrEOS Creaiti Yarmifup 1Ili IORM REMEDY SwSy I44ow Linimeat 0d fcjf 1R fti jtoss Drug Store W j w a w t 0 11 TVB 11 A ltI BURTON RRSIDENT DNTIST TEETH tXTBACtEri FTHOLfl1PAIN 1 MO uI h LGJI1 rakX- a tJJI4itr r bit jjilCAtUlI pw uliirgeiiC J mjiouri8to9m1 lkr2 pmf a SQss t fEaYdOn Drugstore ff t iijM D Met m Oocrt timst iOfI fri tncNtL t eaMtictNS 8 VJ FJG IdSBYb AJTORNEY AT LAW 1 I 1 JbR f r e OftJ Peopiei uk 4 SPSlNGFUiLD KY PcittIf8AR HYATT b tPkyiciais and irgeOllSl tI l Cmcover 0 W flgflrgro tYJ opposite iBresby anF burch i t D W WRaya PhYSICIAN AND SURGEON i jce over Havdon plob6rt 1 Drug Store gl Y Phones VOfficell Reidence112p JOilNYMAYESoiKECTOR 110 UENSED EMBAtMt ff r 1TJLlEPHON i DAYIl9 NIGHT 74 ff tl l tlpnTTGpTt1T h KY jairoad Schedule Following is the tjme schedule ow3neffecD on the Bardstown ad SpringQeld branch railroad t No41 Leaves Louisville tn 4S p m Bardstpwn Junction i 2wpm j Bardstown 606 pm Drives it Springneld 7K5 pm jtb 423 LeaveS Springfleid at 426 fBraarrive tLoiasyi1Ie174O mdNo 43 Leaves Louisville at j 820 am f jBardstpwn Junction b iO a j Bardstown i1OO am srrivet Springfield 18O pm J NoM leaves Springfield a 100 pm tJardstown 2i20 pta Bar Istown Junotion 435 pm irrivei at Louisville 545pm No 90 Sundays only Lieayes SprinKfi ld at7115 am Bards town 8 arm Bardstown Junction i05m i arrives at Louisville fiB 5m rifp 91 Sundays onlyLeaVes Ifs Lewisvilla at 6 pca t Bardstown JiiTMjtiop 645 pni Bardslown Tiip pmj arrives ati3pringneldv b 115 PTU i TrTOacvSDjiersaWe wish to state to our friends bro ghcut the tobacco growing r f T jfectipnii that we are not connect dd rectly or jndirtctly jwith h- ny6tber i w arehouse or ware 1 tiouse company 0 L We conduct a Strictly Indw pendent Tppacco Warehouses J Commission pasmess and res tJHJiPnYsoli 1 vourx patronage I CQProprie Ji JJOAli q rJ ciiJPjcke tt T obaccp Warehouse iibuiville Ky 408 mo f Liit t I KILLT UOIt AM CURE THE UNCS I wImDr1Kings New Discovery f PriceFI 100 VQLDS Freo Trial 8uret txid Quickest Cure for all TXBOAT sAd LUNG TBOTIB I LXI orXOIY iACX idii DTICE t ilJ r vVT desire to ree all who know7a thiBel3res t be indebted torn- e Jlen aifd settle atonce 1 Bikygs been bi med out and it is ytfvf imtvrn that I shouldI o ibtkfi s eedj xjollectionB of alll t tarKlfBg accounts ijtiiust 4 jrivd irilt tie prompt in thM tst 1 fsp J flj 14l Leac mall te neei o pilUak e IWkis Utter1y Iieril1 neplll Ea y fo tale vi stIve p iTs sav a o1d by the BM 3roppS Nfi iI TOWN jtmifU nnwnwro Local Happenings Interest 1 The Freshest arid Latest LgI AH Atout Yourself FrIends I and Acquaintances tJlMJllIIII J a Rnn 1Ift utn1Jl1Jl1UU Porch chairs and sett dampbells esatlI t Millet seed The cheapest iin town a Barbers 200 pair shoes and1 slippers at- ampb11s25c apair and up Itont forget you san get fur niture at Campbells grocery Bring our eggs nd liicKei1Si to Gampbelis grocery arid get cash IfY uvn1it yourdinner sup plies in time send iin your order before 9 to Campbell TOBACCO PLANTSIi hvetO acco plant beds for sle George Wright on WH ijeachmans arm i J l Th rifty peppliiise Green Sear i t Considering result its cheapest always For sale y WvL Yincy Mackville Ky Property owners who desiJ iasting results should insist on Green Seal the great preserver f or sale by W L atcy Mack yilleKv j The Louisville Daily Herald nd the UewsLeadeV at 25Oio year isyet the cheapest propo sition for a good daily1 and a yoodPut your do1frsinto goon ainLt pays every Jime Orldinary paint Is dear at any price Green Seal Is an investment For sale by W L Yancey Mack yille Ky Ti We aid prepared to furnish en t graved ftisiting cards reception I and wedding invItation etc in tbeiat styles Ajfall line of samples can be seen at the- heNewsLeader F office f a The membora pf theSt Catha rines Alumnab will haye a b meeting the eighteenth OfsAll theme bers are kihdly re quested tob atthe Acadern or irat hand the seventeenth Important tinesswil1 be trans acted Bob Russell hold t e liecordJ rhear weight fish capturedq from the resevory lake Y sterti ay morning Bob caught a black assfrom the lake that weighed five pounds This hrthe largest bass that has ever been caught 1fromThe Weekly coprierJ urn liS- Ion a boom Its circulation bas grown wonderfully in the pastll NJbwhere than toe weekly dourier s Journal Henry Wattersons editorials are hit printed in the Weekly Mr B D Lake and family have moved into their new resi enceonWi1liburk street U r ugh Noe and family have moved into the house vacated by the Lake family and Mr andf Mrs Harry Shader haVe move4 nto i their own house which was occupied by the Noe family Mr Robert flardin McElroy ho has been a sufferer frOm- tomach trouble for several years is very low at his home in town ancHiis family fear thee worst Last week Mr McElroy went out to Tatham Springs thinking to get Psome benefit from the water but he was ken worse acd was brought home last Friday Si cetat tlmekhis conditions have grown steadily worse The marriage of Miss Rena Yankey to MrW pJ Schoene took place at the home of the brides father Mr JS Yankeyt in the Pleasant Grove neighbor hood on Tuesday m6rning A few intimate friends of the family were present to witness the ceremonv Revi J W Carter officiated Immediately after the ceremony the bridal pair left to fake the train for N w York Mr Schoene bolds responsible position with the Agricultural Experiment Bureau for the State of New Yorkand be aad his wife will make their home in that State Mr Logan Walk r rural mail carrier had a valuable horsea very badly hurt one day lastt wee as the result of being frightened by an automobile Mr Walker had Come from his trip and was on his way home on Est Main Street He stopped hwi wagun a few hundred yards blOw his homo to deliver TflDfPQiUrlUo I lfWmnnnItlJlQ fUUiu nu package 10 a neighbor While the horse and wagon were stand ing in the street anautomobile driven by Mr Joe Hurt pf Leba non came along and the horse took fright and ran It turned in Mr Walkers gate struckl the gate just with the bugg de molishing it and Tan on against a liopust tree A limb from the tree was broken riff and tbe stump of the limb was driven into the horses side inflicting a terrible wound just behind the shoulder The horse r is still living but win probably be per raanently blemished Mr Hurt was plaged under arrest charged witth exceeding the speed limit He has not yet been tried The thousands of gallons of Green peal Paint1 sold every year merely Attest iits worthiness as a paint for all practical purposes For sale by W L Yari cey Mack vi He Ky sMthieyinaNest Walter Wheatley the young son of MrJ Ed iWneatley probably iis now a believer of ttye saying that dollars sometimes grow on trees sirice hfs experi ence qn his fathers farm the hr j day Walter climbed too the top1 01a locust tree in thet ard kg investigate the nest cjf a pair of English sparrows The t nest was empty ra tI1e boy jlro ceeJed to dislodge itj from the linibs Something unusUalciau gh his eye which upon closer invesa tigation he found to be a nen dollar bill The little birds hid 1 used the bill in constructing their nest but justj whom they held up for the money will probt ably never be knowniQt Horses Burnedlil On last Wednesday night ata aboutci the stable of Dr J C JVTudd ckof his residence on Maine etan destroyed the stable 1 and some off the contents Two t of Dr Mudds driving horssC were caught in the Ireland both werebddly burned one of t mII will dieso badly thjtit origin of this fire is not known he fire department responded ulcklV to Ihe alarm and after he water was turned on quickly i subdued the flames but not be fore the frame structure with l most of the hay and Seed were partially destroyed The dis tre sing part of thn conflagra lion was the buningof the t horses which wer e confineQ in f their stalls and ouidnotbe re leased in time to escape the fldraes Several vehicles were I saved The property was InJ url for SGOQr divided as follows 250OQ the two horses J150 on biiildVng 100 on vehiclS 100 t on feed Will Reed Coming T v Althpugh Will Reed the Springfield ooy who is with tUn cle Saws cayalry atFL Yellow stone yomingjhas riotarrlved in Springfield yet his friends f here are expecting him on any train as tip is on his iay ACff cording tb the following from the Louisville Herald he baff at ijeady arrived ip Louisville The Item says f HIrlan effort to jn duce Gen John B Castieman to class his saddler CHIt m in the cross country ride from Oregon to New Jersey originally pro posed bv Homer iDavenport car toonist and Ab horse fan erff Lieut W Q Reed of the Sixth yoited States Cavalry arrived iti rjonisville ln teVf ninir Jiieut Reede visit islmade in behalf of a numberof cavalry officers who Examination free it may seem srangc to some that I make no Charge for examination iWliere that4 this Is the be4 method of conducting a successful opti cal business I lslleve that it will bring me more custoirietsvf- c levant the peopie of Spring Held and vicinity to maker my store their hea qtkrters1 want them to feet perfectly free to consult with me every l time they have the Ijeait sus picion of defective eyesight t want to examine the eysof 4 every person in Washing on cofety once a year In that thatvay I can keep in touch wi ypu and can advise you when to wear glasses and when not to When you need theuf twill make a reasonablti chargefor furnishing them Until that time I will charge you nothing lO F1 RUSSELL Scientific Optlcan tIto tO fJCCSFringn ldKy I flare anxious to have the Ameri can saddle horse make the test Lieut Reea said at the See each last evening that he did not care to aiscuss the situation until after he had talked with Gen Caatleman who wap not in Louisville yesterday Gen flUcontomorrow when the matter may be decided LeachmanLitsey lI An announcement pf more than nsual interest in lodal society circles is madp by M and Mrs W H Leacbman of the marriage of their daughter Miss Elizabeth Gilbert Leachman to Mr Dayid Randall Litsey which is too take place on Saturday June 29th at sunset The wedding will bpa quiet home affair and win take place at the colin trv place of the brides parents near Springfield Immediately after the ceremony the young couple will leave for Cincinnati from which place they willttjak e a trip east Upon their return jtbev expect to go to housekeep log in Springfield Both of these young people have a Ifst of friends not only in Sprfngneld but elsewhere throughout jtjibe tate who will wish them mtich happiness Miss jieachman isi toe youngest daughter of MrI and Mrs liV H Leachmitf fctnd has many admirers fdij her many Charms of person and cnaracter Mr Litsey isthe son of Judge 3 LLtseyand is a young mati f fink character and good busi ess qualifications He iIis a member of the Robertson Clyr brooke Co the local merchants HatchettKeightley l Mr and Mrs W B Hatct6tt the approaching than age fct1 e1daughtertQr Mr George T Keightleyl The toII wedding s to take place at jtjhe reDtfonttheclock OfThe bride tobe is a lady of cparming personality yonigb nda favorjte among herlsopial cleMr Keightlv is a yojpg map of sterling qualities and an 1 enterprising young jfarraeK Iiu cerecnbnylie i Died in Louisville MrRicbard10t1igome y for many years a resident of this county but who has been Jiving fLouisville for the past five or six years died in that city ai the hme of his soninlaw Mr P andlJthethis place on Tuesday for burial at St Rose The deceased was 83 years of age a nd wa a highly respected citizen and foryeirs a successful farmer of the St Rose rieighborhood A son Mr Joe A Montgomery ot Kansas jj City aud a daughter Mrs P T9J Kelfow of Louisville surjyiye him I EiIASc A il Mr David R Litsey was in Louisville last Sunday Mr Hugh Lee Smith spent Sunday in Bardstown Mrs YVW Ray was in Bloomfield the first of the week Mr Charles Jeffries was here t from Luisillclast week Mr and Mrs Joe Claybrooke went to Bloomfield yesterday r Dri H P Rpdmani of ShelbyJ yule was here Sunday night Messrs Frank W and Will F Simms were in Lebanon Monday Mrs Fred Manget of Louis ville is visiting her parents here Mrs W S Gibbs attended the decoration av Wiliisburg Saturday Miss Virginia Lesle of Lebanon visited friends here lastl week Mrs Mary A Noeleft Monday for a visit ta relatives in Louis vile Mr JCharJesGreen of Bijirdstown was here Friday and1 si urday IMiss Laura Shehan df Nelson county visited relatives her last wtelr Miss Bessie Lenc man IS in Louisville visiting toer sister Mrs Arch Hays r Miss Roe Montgomery dfj Lebanon is a guest of Miss Mabel Thompson Robert Mayes who is a student at State College Lexington is at home for the vacation Messrs J im Shultz Len Allen and Clifford Roberts were In Bardstowii Sunday Miss Mabel Thompson of f p BISIGHT C BISIGHT Ask for isight The newl 3 invisible DoubleGlass The C L only double glass that is ground in one PIECi bar A far and near work Wo also sell the Kryptpx and Opifex Bifocal Glass J igi DR W CGRIGSB I has one of the best Optical has1addedi jp jl C lowing n trumentlTbeZ Z g Geneva gJ scope and Ophthalmoscope J and the CI Ophtialmo g meter for measuringheas J 5 tigmatic Eyes He has in 5 C J stalled a water motor and C J putin a dynamo fpr light C ing up the abovAinstruC 5 ments He fills Occulists g Prescription and does all ktndsof framework 5 Frames made to orderto fit 5 any face Be is making a g specialty of fitting glasses and fits them correctly and guarantees satisfaction C CWi CGR1GSBYjh- e Leadiig Optician BAftDSTOWN KENTUCKY C C r i Pleasant Grdve spent last week with Miss Veoia Browne t MrRichardWatbei of Louis yule speqt a few days here last week with Wathen Simms Miss Dollie Ur gorwhohasl bean attending college atWH more is at hdme for the vacation Miss Florence Hamilton vr Frederiqkstown visitedher sis ter Mrs J L Barber la tweeki Messrs Sylvester Russell aJ1dl W W Spalding of the Lebanon r attended court here1 last jtj t j f Misses Lucy arid Veqla Browne have gone to Bloomfield for a visit to their sister Mrs Me Chsky Mr WOi McChord in attend ing the meeting of the Burley Tobacco Growers in Winchester this week Mr H M Grundy will go to Lebanon unction tomorrow on business connected with a ma sonic lodge j r v Will Selecman has gone to Louisville where he w tU remain he finishes ayconrse in stenograpbyJMr Knight Handy who basI been attending school at hisiJ place has gone to Cincinnati to visit his mother lr John I1Spaidingwhoha- ust graduated at a Louisville Medical College is at home for a visit to his parents MrsiE F Wathenyof Bards town Junction is here on a visit to her daughters Mesdames Simms and Cooper s Miss Willie Hughes has returned tp her home at Bloom field after finishing her term 1stI school at this place i Prof George Colvm Led Simms and John FnSimtns went oi Bloomfield yesterday to at tend the baseball game Dr Hyatt Loo Hay don and J F Pettus accompanied d the remains of Mr N 1 Buster to Mercer county Iast Saturdayl l l Mr J J McCabe and daughter Miss Mary are in Winchester this week to attend theiwedding of Mr McCabes neice Miss S ott Prof Walter Hume has re turned to his hpmQat Madkville Prof Hume wilL have charge of tHe school at his home town nexjbyear Mr John Burnsafter a short visit tp relatives in this Vpunty returned yesterdayto Kinkead IKt where he has been m kihgI his home for several years Mr and Mrs P T K lrpw of Louisville accompanied the remains of Mrs Kelrpws father Mr R L Montgomery lo this place Tuesday fbr burial Mr R Y McElroy and sister Miss Rebacca were over from Lebanon the first of the week to see their brother Mr R H McElroy who isdangejrously ill erlCbar1es d l ivlr John Bell of Corbin Prof CWBen of Harrodsburg and Miss Mary Blantou of BQston ae visiting at the homo of JV S Gibbs v v Mrs Joe Ray outne arjd daughter Miss Mineryft ivmt 1J son left TuesdayHarry morn ing for Oakland CaL wher they expectto spend the suniraet with the family pf Dr J FBinehart r MrE A C xwho was re cently burned out of business here left last week with his family for Greensburg Mr Cox saysihat he hopes to re turn to Springfield to agolOen gage in business and his many friends here will welcome him Prof Stith Thompson who has been in the faculty pf the Springfield Graded School has returned to his home at Indian wilt1Ischool hero another year but jln take a sperial course 10a Indianapolis college A Furffliate Texan MrE W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex i says In the past year J have become acquairftgd with r Kings New Life Pills and no laxative IeUlr before tried sp effectually dis poses of malaria and bilious- neSs They dont grind nor gripe 2oc at Haydon RobIertsons drue store To Build Union Church Valley Hill Cor to News Leader Plans are being made toerect a union church in this section in the near future which is ai wise movei for nothing bespeaks of the enterprises bosh mprally and financially of any plac6 mole than the appearance of a church in the midst of a promis jug nei hborhodd Yet we are of the opinion thatojher arrange inents could be made at present at much less expense with equally1 good results for as every toneV knows our choo lhouse is badly ir need of repairs besides it Is decidedly too Ismail ito accomodate the usual ettend- arice of the fill tefm of school neceSsarYltolbui1t addition to the one DOW stand ing In the mjnll of lle writer t would b6 a good plan not to liula a new but a auih larger fchbol house and use it as a church The pastors of the various churchesl have consented to take turns at preaching for us in the old school house and why not p zne iis badlr p fntask of bnlldiqg a churow while z 1 do not wish to make the im pression that tam against build p ing one for such is not the case But 1 am in for saving as much money from being spent = in a way that one half the amount III Pin the same place wpuld prove zpequally aefficient A church is necessity as is a school hcusef we need and should hove reiig ion and more of it in our poun try We also need 10 further adyance civilization by educating zPour children and bring them up to go to school through the week 1 and to church on Sunday in the same house if noc otherwise As with every move put afoot some are for and some against loudiahd e But never the less we ate in hop s that we shall soon have a tnewchurch or boolhouse with in the surroundings of Vajley Hill Siimlates TOont ImliitiOD In case of stotnach and liver tron bljs the proper treatment Is to stun ulatq ttieseorganjs without irritating Itheni Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup aid9 digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels without irritating Ithese orpans like pilfs or ordinary cathartics It does not nauseate or jrjipe and Is raildyndpleasan to take For sate by the Red cross Drug Store fj Taken Up t Strayed on the farm known as the Wilson Green farm about 5 Imiles on thePirryville turnpike On theday after the last Springfield County Ccfurt day n roan pony marc with brand and in thin condition one eye 6uV owner can have same by calling iand paying for keep and for 1dom1 i NDERiiTHE rJEXAS W Cijres all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles stld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Qr E W Hall 2926 Olive street tSt Louis Send for Kentucky II- or estiraonials scratches burns cuts iibites and the many little cuts reaidIIto every family lJWjtt l U itch Hazel aiye Is the best It iIs soothlogL cooling cle 1 healing Be sra you get QpWItti Sold by the Bel qrosaprug Store g t iSPECIAlSAlii FOR ONBWBBK 0 t f Of Ladies Suits Sepaite Skirts Silk fCoats Silk PetticqatsJSilkWaiJ71 LawnWaists + t IIn order to reduce the Stock in this de partment we wlllof raspecialn t i I AlinfIv1 J 1 1 tFORONEWEEK V t j a t IIrJrJ 12 3i I No old goods includedin this salt Evmome tzr Seasons latet deiiu r X We havchoweverjusta fw tEems iDtl dpsa4ment that are not the VERY Newt v b tm good CODdi tio which we will UfO I Half Price 1k jrtJl = 1 r j Dont be too sb4to1 take acJYMiUfe 0Eofi Jh kll1tr t f IDontfalltoseeourstockofI1 S 0 disf I l i J FH Ji lt 1 t t 1 H t It ypuwish tIe cqrrect thin i t I 1 tTheRobortSouC1aybrookeC9 f l lI lXIt l5 rf ii i 3 J 1t1t1l1 I NOTICE J i j fJ 0 4 7i 24-I c fHaving bought of C W Haiam IW oI 7 4a ftt ttist ckof Groceii etc w ctiItliiI Jt v t the bUSI Stthe liUUXL wa 1tl t r keep Eor the trade tt frel up4odtiis 4 jJi tcistock of everything good to t 7 L L COUNTY PRODUCE WANTED t 1JJ1 JJII f A Square Deal Is My Motto 5t I i 1 fo Bring me your Laundry I reprpMHt 0 t t Wf 1 Lebanon Laundry Ask for FeWj 0ii i Malt Tonic ami all kinds of oft 4riWc i c Can For What YuWtnt r IIr JIIv iiiVTery Trujy Yours 0 4 Z11 W P LAIWIENCf i J i t jJ ft f if antodre t i f j t To Exohailgeihfh t bw j t jf ft tt FOR MONEY f t t tfJ j 2r Y2 I r ff y l We IlaveThe Goods ff 11 r AiidNeed TheMsy JL S fd iL Ydu Have Tlie oney li TffldNeedTI J r Get r I T4 r Owm to the delay ia Ut openiBi of tt- S find we have thli iusatock of goods on mustgoqii1eklyandwewIflrs1teprIoateasMIrri JlliIcet3 t tISpecial J iQRDY iciNTifiE t 1t s j k t iL r = J w w toKUKStAR f J 9 j iiJo and t l and in t 1W t her w IcisLotHrHuuIt P gas ftte l bed pis her not Sa 3l tol to tit wokx BUIIT you r n g Iy tie threatening pistoli Held Miss BaSle Tom screaming The burglar carrying her as If sue were a baby walked to the nearest chair seated i Mincnlf nnfT put her oIl Ills lube Nocfryoure perfectl safe IfTou J keep qalet he said reassuringly I 0 Avdnt jurt you I t sa114trembling remained silent As JThCured out the rascals companions b a Went through most of the hjuse gath- Bljedmjoney checks jewelry nndsllver the whereentering room I tvarefnnllY n druggist Sadies cous t guest was sleeping Ctj 0 d a dagger at Colons throat Ul r took a belt and suspenders neililia I 4 IcnlJ trousers fled hlsankles n j suspenders bound his arms lto his sides with the belt gagged him sand rUled lila pockets But the gag was not fast Cplen found his voice and yelled Sadie t pjcked up courage to scream Her fd ther Morris awakened and ran Into herm The burglar threw her from him Jumped to his feet rind fired at Serotti wild fell yith a bullet In his srmj t i Tht wasnt a nee way to behave 1 saia uie burglar reproachfully Sa dlentf he Jumped over the prostrate father and ran after his fleeing com panions Didnt I tell you I wouldnt sarnfrour tTbOj three got clean away with their Jj booty Serottas wound is more pain ftill than serious He Is a thriving butcher and has stopped payment on tlc stolen Checks iti V irack Cat Breaks Up Happy Home A fljacfc cat has been the menns Qr t breaking up the household of Consta i WeJiime JErnrvey Mulluis of Hartford ClIiiL and a divorce has been 1 sgraItId tlc husband because his wife ieI ted in takhigtlie animal to bed k fijh her The plaintiff alleged that hu woufil not have objected so much If the 4L cat hid stayed ofl her mistress sldeof r the ed instead of payiriV with his f trndcausing him to spend many restJ 3snfghts Mulllns testified that V be fifeod the torture as long as ppssl t ble Then he captured plissy and ytook her oolc river anti down n hhrf His wjfef he says became furious upon clllearilng of the lass of hair pet aniTSasc- jtjuei and inhuman toward him Final Iy they agreed to dKagreeiani dlvidwl theii furniture 4 il Undressed by Mbchineryi Chafes Mallory wlio4is employed In l r the Indiana 011 companys refinqry in if Gporgetoviyi Ky had as narrow an escaperrOR n1a h a Jpw days ngo I WItS evcrJallbwed a roM MnHor8 clothing was iPauynt l Rbfg shaft revolving riit the rote of 240 times a miiutevand lu was whirled aroxmd uutlji strlt ped of every vestige of cjoth fing except His shoosand socks and r cntnf out gf the esparicnce duly slight lv injured Wade Smith bearing Mal I 4 ft i lords screains hind stopped the ma T chlniery With remarkable presence of inind Mnllory dung to an iron beam until he could be lifted from his peril oiisj position ills fearful flight around the shaft hud been taken within a few liicies of the roof it r IUJ WrQtc jirewellJ Noto IhBJood tI f After wrijtlnR a pathetic llettert fr her tr mother with the point of a pen Tupped inbeVovn b6od Miss Elsie Hjienfrftz ventyfouf years oMft pretty bru jt nefte turned on llunu fais Jets In her i im nt tuo lane of Attbnieyii Geore lti Y Bac ztfh1IorkP1tnt1 d Hr n ttSlVh atf3fli Iniikrt L liflb it IF r 1 fJi ronsod the yonnsf woman b cnf i hr = BLEEDING A KING Leuis XIV a GTdy Physician and art Unscrupulous Surgeon In iC93 when Lofilir XIY began to feel thfe first touches of age his physi clans ordered him to be bled once a mouth That duty was of course in trusted to Marechal his Irish surgeon There was at the time In Paris snys the British Medical Journal a young brother of the craft who conceived tthe idea of making his fortune by bleed ing the king The enterprise wasdilfiv cqlt but he knew that the most solid doors caii often be opened with a told en key Following the advice of Jago he put money fin his pnrse and sought an in trodnattom t fAntolne Daquln the kins chief physician The negotia tion ws conducted on a strict bust ness footing Daquln who was known to ldy money was told that lOqoo crowns were deposited with a notary ho had Instructions to transfer the sum to him as soon as the surgeon had got the Job it was not an easy thing to manage as Jtfarechal never left the king One day However he asked permission to leave Versailles for three days Da Qt11n seized the opportunity to introduce his protege whop he had ready at hand forthe purposes Feeling the kings pulsa one morning as usual he jretendedtr bo alarmed at Its strength fencLYblume and ordered the Illustrious patient to be bled forthwith As Marechal was away the bjng hesitat ed but fear soon made hIm yield to his phyaicianX proposal The young surgeon bled the king andDaqub got his money IQ the metnUme a message had been dispatched for Marechal who was not far off He returned to Versailles In haste and was much surprised tb find that the king whom he had left In the best of health had been bled He was not on friendly terms with Daquln and be quickly grasped the situation He went to see the young surgeon and forced him to disclose the whole plot When the king learned the truth he flew into a terrible rage ordered Da quln to be arrested and placed the mat ter In the hands bfJthe council of state That obsequious body after a very short deliberation unanimously voted that the physician who had trafficked in the bipod of the king deserved death The royal wrath however 8ubsidedto some extent and he graciously spared Daquins life rut deprived him of hls office and exiled him from the court to QuimperCorentim Tue too greedyi physician did not long survive his dls gracerLondon Standard POINTED PARAGRAPHS Cheerfulness isa great aggravatirai to an arigty man Nearly every one thinks he lstt good judge of liuman nature You cant do anything very well if you dont want to do iti I It is not difficult to prove are rlghit from your own point ofjvlew people economized In the old IHowBut upt ninny people do it now men wauld do wonderful things it some little thing were not In the way When a boy wants I fav rfroln hla parents teasks his fathers penndisI and tells his mother lie Is going to dc it t The average friendship is wrtckeii upon the fact that the average1 per- sonS Idea of a friend ss inc one he cnn impose upon Atchison Glebe Burro Drivers Carry Candles In ilexicb all vehicles be they hand cart automobile or anything between must carry a light at night This rule or law is rigidly enforced Even the drivers of the poor little burro or mule carts oh thejr two wheels must cant a light So rather than buy lanterns which cost money they take a dip candle and wrapping It in a bit of newspaper to shield it from tlie wind carry it in tljelr left hand as they drive along homeward from work after even lag has fall n The effect is striking as the light falling strongly on the In dun driver throws the face of the man Into strong relief against the darkness Modern Mexlcp i English Jurors RemuneratioVi The scale of remuneratloti of English common Jurymen Is absurd In a civil case In England a common Juryman Is allowed shillings 125 a day for i- atewthat Is for Inspecting anyprop erty or thjng In disputebut otherwise he is In law not entitled to i ny re muneration Jt Is usual however In the high conij to give blmtfee of shilling and in the counties 8 pen Special Jurymen receive much higher remuneration Tlie fee In the county court Is 1 shilling a case in the mayors court 2 pence and In the London sheriffs court 4 pence Cnamberi Journal NofHopaful t tI a fine elegant husband you maam said nggletijliamid me wfis talkln about Irelaid thlf mornjn Hes traveled as far as many a gentlemani And there aint many husbands as good to helr wivep maam Look Jiow he brlngyoij lIcjtj ruces and things from the imirket But Ihfslonglcwurk iindependenti Criticism A little girl sat gazing fixedly at the new bonnet of one of her mothers vis itors until the caller smilingly asked Do you like It my dear The child Innocently replied Yes t do Mamma ami Aunt Mllly said It was a perfect fright but It doesnt frighten1 me a bit He whri commits nn injustice Is ever made more wretchpd than he who dut fem ltPlato Skull Plate a Tuning Fork t Thomas Stobcr a feriF prisoner recently became violently Insane at the Moundsvllle W Va penifentiarv Stbber was one of Iloosevclts roigh topIwas AKllvorpjato was used to cover tIme oponlrtg and it Is said that In tile noise and whir of mo clilnery in the penitentiary thfc plate reiderlngg11mInsnJie scyernlflmc It Isfearcd tinthls dpjnontJn hrs1neunatmle k OMMOOIQl QOO f AA1 1D1j IMCIt jI 011t k 01MtfJkOO35IIflSfltitI1eCUSi 01 s Sc ft s Emulsion nourih bbys l1 system StimoUtas and nmk boiw what baby needs tIIN K fiERY fUBiNACL New Yorker Emulates Snadrachj Meshach arid Abednego HOOKED OUT THROUGH A ROE Fireman jSarved From Being Crernated Alive byQui k Wilted Comrades With Long Poles Goes Home After Brief Call at Hospital Gedrjge Nichols of truck Xo 10 New experience something like that of Slut dracn M shach arid Abednego in an rich Mesnach and Abeduego in an dent BnbJIQui After seven firemen had been over come by smoke and rescued from aI 4 THEY F SHED OTCHOLS OUT THROUGH TilE JIOLE 1urnlni l building at 104 Chambers street New York city Nichols fell through a skylight from the roof where he was working with several comrades into a room tilled with smoke There htf lay unconscious and bleedingl froni minor cuts while flames were eating into the rooin and tilling 1t with smoke and fumes of burning chemicals It with impossible to go down the skylightJnto the room to rescue their comradebut the u1clc witted firemen devised M safer meflifs instantly by rcacliing idqwn with their poles and hooks and fishing Nichols out through the hole He wa6 taken down a ladder and removed to the Hudson Street hqs pltal where his wounds awere dressed and he went home jHermit Has Electric CaVe A strange hernilt has been arrested In a cave called The Devils Grotto near Beauvolr en Royaus France Tl e cave was not known to be inhabited anti the residents of tile neighborhood held It in superstitious awe Lately they were terrified by reports of rays terious lights having been seen In the qdvq after nightfall and pollcej asr sistance was sought tV magistrate tm4 several policemen visited the cave indon penetrating to the Interior found a man with long matted hair and beard who bald his name was Andre Faure The cave contained ap electric generator and was brilliantly illumi nated Ivaure was fitting up helves to accommodate some thousands of vol tunes which were stacked In the cave Declined to Be Dead Jacob Ardams a 1 rse dealer of Rarl tan N It was reported to have been killed wiiile crossing the Philadelphia and Reading railway with a team near Philadelphia Adams wife received two telegrams JrloJ Philadelphia an noiinclng her husbands death aid ask ing What disposition should be mady of the body She ordered the body sent on and local undertakers made arrangements for the funeral but us Itl failed to arrivan undertaker was sent to Philadelphia in scajch oflt While he was still llooking Jpr the body Adams turned up very munch alive and greatly shocked to discover thh IHCIo aratlons had bcen made for his funeral Hatch Chickens In Letter Files Hatching chickens In the tile cases In one of the rooms of the general laud office at Washington by the use of heat fronj a flue leading from the boilers tli produce the electric power for building Is a new industry in which three women clerk have been engag ed with greut Interest recently JIW- ot the women converted a f Ic box Into nn incubator by substltutii g for it a box stuffed with cotton and containing three egjr5 She ascertained that the aviernge temperature ITs degrees just right according to the lOOtS lint oiie night tim fltiegot too and the eggs wercicooketl j Had Leg In Bundle Time dwillcrs along Division street Kauknuna WIs were astonisliAl at the methods adopted by a LittleChute woman a few days ago by whIch she endeavored to raise money She was trying to sell tickets on a baby caiJ Hnge she said to purchase an artificial limb for her husband In proof of her hard luck tale she offered to show the dlsinembercd leg which she claimed io have with her carefully wrapped In clothes but no person was found with curiosity enough to look at the ghastly relic Tho peculiar beggar was re ported tq the police who soimhustleci her out of town Call Early For Good Ones At tlioiohd of big ball one of the guests went into the cloakroom ntSj S1aS1 coats lew after halfpast 12SQUrlrc H I ThoHOnan Brain tIlly1ncn11IulliSway of concrefo Illustration the brain of Isaac Xewtoil wiiiiot much larger than that of Kitstrallan bind London Outlook of Wonderf ftct Mrs MonoiagI I hem you have spent a gmit dual of your time in Itnj Mrs Parvemi Oh yes my par were quite iilclzed Prime IIO I jibTub jit equal time slI11es tr teau t DQSEIIAnlnCi icnt of tho Tcrribfo Battle of ilontpiirailIIn February jt the French jarray made A heroic stand against the allied fOrces of Europe jiml In one w vilk trieved for aBhortbut glorious period Its lost prestige Though ccftngosed largely of half raw recruits jt escaped from the very center of 250000 foes attacked an army of 70000 men won 4 battles end captured OS cannon 5 general and 28000 prisoners After the terrible tight at Montmirnil Major Bancel staff surgeon to the guard wtis attending the wounded as well aa be could close behind the col umns still engaged Lqoktng up trotH one unforttmnte man whose wouudB be was dressing he perceived within a short distance an old mounted elms seur of the guard who was tranquilly smoking his pipe and hvut btn fthesurgeon Bancel did not at first pay any at tent on to him By and by he up t Iced the hian atln still in tile same pus ture tranquilly smoking his pipe Vliat mire you doing1 therevciIecl the surgeon Smoking nniwcrVrd the man Does the InnJor forbid inn Jo ghioke What rturntlthCt ofllcer Arent you ashamed to be loafing around here vhile your comrades are covering tlierriselves with glory Tlje chasseur blew out a cloud of Smoke arid drivlng 11lRrJghtIiIptr into lila steed mailo hirneeemmte a hair turn Then lie said taking his piie out jLookj I havegot my dOe as It is Can I do anything more The major looked The chasseurs leg wcjs shot off half way between time knee and the ankle so that his left foot hISfborst lavished on the imperturbable cbas seuri LINCOLNS GROCERY j Result of One Partners Hunger t arid the Other1 Partners Thirst A gianf Ju stature he was as awk ward as he was strong HIs rustic up- pearance wa enhanced an fitting suit of hnmespun Thus nt the head of the ox team lu made his debut In the outer world without means without miytmNnreniembcred that If on that day he had graduated from Iliirvanl in u fashion able coat the gates of history would probably have beeifcloscd against him Mr Lincolns first business venture resulted hr downright failure lie formed n nnVtnersltip with one BetTy under the firm hainepf BerrJv Liu coIn to carry ou a grocery for the pur chase price of which the linn note was given Berry was a jolly Irresponsible soul who was born thirsty and who gave his undivided attention to that part of the stock lkiwn nJ wet gro ceries Mr Linr on the other hand having a Ice Appetite devoted himself to the crl era and cheese smoked herrings other edibles at the dryend of tin Hop This happy adjustment rlvaloi he familiar case of Jack Sprat and jfte congenial spouse but the meager stook could not long withstand the inroads of hunger at the oneenJnn thirst at time other and a crisis came wiiIchrequlretLthq sale pt the remnant of stock The purchaser defaulted and Mr Lincoln wail left to pay all the habllItiesa task which plagued him for several years There by lie Jiad Impressed upon him n legall proposition that n partner Is liable in solldo It Is related that Mr Liilcoln botifclit a barrel of n customer in the bott ot which among other rubbish as found a copy of Blackstones C in mentaries This was a great find for the law student but as the book timbre after engrossed his attention thegio carj luisiness collapsed Thus ended the first lessonT V Quarles In Put uaui s A Jumbie tird In the West Indies is found n bird called the sunset bird because half an hour before sunset and half on hour before sunrise It utters Its peculiar cry of Solell couched The naiivcs call It a Jumble bird a bird possessed of the devil and say that to kill It would bring lentil to its slayer Anotliehlrd found In same region Is the Iou frlere bird which makes its home near the volcano of Soufrlere und thong the natives there Is a strong lef that the first Individual to see this Ird will tile while the most horrible ortnre hiyeviI spirits awaits the man vIto kills It Minneapolis Journal A Thorough Optimists Father said the small boy wbrtt is an optimists An optlmlsft iny sonLc a nmnwho bpllLVes the weather bureau Avhen Its predictions are favorable and who con gratulates himself on Its unreliability wiien timly are zmotnshingtoim Stat Its Hours This watcli will last a lifetime re marl d fIlie Juwpler as he hanvled the wntcl to the cusfoinor X nsenso Iotorted time other Cant I see- for myscJf tliat its hours are nlnuberoii Not Inherited Fond Papa My Iwby says such bright things Dy pfiptlc Uncle And yet you wiTiit nle to hclleeln thmisrot alxjut Iieredity Hatlmqrc American flarrlck tried to abolish prologues and oplIoKHPH but time audiences of his day would not consont A Hair- Drej ing Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing Something to make the hair morjMifanage able ito keenifmrn being too rougjv rv from splitting atjIjBt eflds Something tao tfm will Jeed the hair at the same tine a regular hairfood WelIfedhaiiwil1 bestrongand vnil remain whereit belongs on the head not on the comb The best kind of a testimonial iSoId for ovor sixty YIar- nwII brJ Ajrer Co Lowell Has Auo manuCtoturersor gersPECTORAL Trst it a j I MONTHLY MISERY T is one of womans worst afflictions It always leaves you weaker apd is ute to shorten your life and make your beauty fade To stop pain takeWine of Cardui and I it will help to relieve your misery regulate your func tions make you well beautiful and strong it is liaSle remedy for draggipg down pain backache head arett achej nervousness irritability sleeplessness dizziness fai ling spells and similar troublesI A safe and efficient mdicine for all women pains and sickness Jj Mrs J U Bro dhead of Glanton Ala writescI I have 4 M used Cardui for my diseasei which was dne peculiar to women and it has completely curedme AT ALL DRUG STORES IN100 BOTTLES WRITE US A LETTER descrlblpc fully all your symptoms tnd we send you Free Advice tlaln staled envelope Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn LJio The SPORTING WORLD SmsthBr3ias a Humorist Another contest will take place fox the famous Memphis gold cup provld ed the wishes of Elnicr E Smathers of New Yorkare carried out Through his attorney Caruthers SEw Ing Mr Snathers announces that the trophy which lias attracted so much attention through the trotting and civil courts will be donated for a contest to take place over the same course that Lou Dillon and Md jor Delmar tray otlJ1opThe cvffit according to Mr Smath ers wijlbe for milles and will cOnsist olr but a single heat The driver ot E L SJIATHKJa FAMOUS AS A nCR HOKSB the rinnerlH be given permanent possession ot1bQ Valuable trophyv which is said to have an intrinsic value ofloverii000 According to Mi Ewing Mr Smath ocrJould be glad of the oppotituljfty to rid himself of the gold cup in this in miner and fhe bffcr will stand goodI ui til laccepted There is but one sjtip ulltion that thel Newl York man has made which he insists shall be carried out by the Memphis association In thdj event his DCTer Is accepted Tile Color line js not drawn for according to the conditions governing all members off the CJaucasian race are ineligible to drlvejthelr mules or mules owned by others with the exception of C K G Billings Reason serves when pressed but hon est Instinct comes a volunteer rope About Sopp Bubbles If your fat her dr some one else hap pens to be smoJcIng a pipejget him to blow some bubbles for you lie Just fills his mouth with smoke and then blow ah ordinary bubbfi with a clay pipe The bubble will generally grow very Jorge and wijl of course be Oiled with Binpke Done In tlte sunshine some 9f those present a very beautiful appearance largebubblewith soapsuds and then place thou together In the shape of a cup leaving a small opening at the bottom Then hold your hands about a foot from your mouth anU blow Into them The bub bles obtained In this way mire so large that Ihimedlajely burst on touch lug the floor Walter Scotts Rebecca bpIt lIatmode for Walter Scotfs charucten of Hcbecca lu his great und ever popular thropghillcfrlet1dshII and Washington Irving Irving knew admired Miss 6ratz and he talked to Scott so much about tier and In terms so eulogistic that Scot eon ceived the Idea of using her its proto type Tile Grate family Is still promi nent in Philadelphia Chicago News The First Paved Roads Time Carthaginians were from nlHlie Recounts the ilrst to iuivenujedroids Time Romans in the tlnmxrr Augustus tin I puVcmonts In mnyof their tr wnybulItlustructed ttlut parts of It are still doing gQo rvIce I Thet Scissors Grinder Man Tinkle tinkle goes tho bell Of the scissors grinder ulan And wo know his sounds quito well Like to watch him when we can Buzz the big wheel goes around Swiftly tilt the spokes ore one Swish buzz Bwlshhih that Is the sound When Knlfo blades touch tho stonC Thenho holds Jhe knife up hIgh Looking keenly long the biRds Rubs on hone then wipes it drx Hands it bacl ttrservant maid 7 r tAnd tho money that hes paid Goes nton nva3 bag He is very rlell tis said 3ut you nevor hehr liltii bragr Tinkle tinkle goes the beitIRolling slowly down the atrccti Yes wo laiowthB sound so well GrnQer rtittn Is quite A treat 1r K iladlltl jt RcoJil WI OF EGGCA 80UIU11 ART OF WALKING Ths First Requisite For a Good Gait Is a Good Poise delightful art of walking the J111e practice of vagabondage which Stejieujon and Whitman praised sp well tie most Innocent of pastimes the simplest of exercises is iin danger BpssCurmnIllOur fashionable people aEfect one ridiculous manner of walking and then another year attCrear but al most uo olif thinks it worth while to llearn to walk normally Time normal walk Js not n matter of caprice but of art It lends itself to the Infinite va rleties of character and becomes in tfacfi Instance expressive of time indi vidual that we recognize a nina by his gait as eafilb as by his voice The first requisite 1f gpod walking is a good j poise If the body Iso wdll poLsed at each point oC its motion the notl91lJtsef mu t cgoodTbe proc eps of walking which hasbeen describ as a series of mills lsto be some tallolIlmdends and the recovery begins In walk lug we are in a continuous tate of un stable equilibrium We pass sraijualr 1y from one position to another yet- are never out of poise Weare play lug with gravity A good walker spins the earth deftly beneath his feet as an acrobat in a circus lying on his back spins a barrel or a painted ball BEHIND TrJE SCENES The Indifference of tho Actor t Hie Stage Companions The Indiffcrence of theaqtor of al most every grade to the play and his players is to theoutSIder oneot till mans Inuuderstandable things this 10tle known profession 1 here is an authentic case of an actor v ho gained sulUcreht favor and fortune In a certain play to appear in It Co- ntlnuoustyfor four seasons Although he naturally played the principal part he did not appear until the second act outfit is a well Itnown fact thatdurin those four years he neversaw the first act played or nny part of It There is1 no life behind the scenes because actors and Actresses w io amount to any thiqg go at once tothelr drpssing rooms immediatelr their scenes on the stage are finished m 1 ap nll nn ln tnnir t nf a young worn an whose dancing was a genuine sen tearsShmtwasoral her engagement did much to es fab Ish the success of the theater at Wh ch she appeared It must have beep quite two years aftef she achiev ed liar first success when the star who was also the manager iiud owner of the theater casually remarked one night in his dressing room Lets go down on the stage and look at iMlss dance I have never seen her but they tell me she Is very goodOutlng UJt nzlneICariboQ Horns s Not one otft of e eryteii female carl bou has horns When It does have them they mire much smaller than thosp of the bull Time horns of jthe female however In general have many more bnfnches than those jot the bull and they are much mar regularly and finely formed The cows carry their horns much longer thief the bulls Ther nave been seen with their horns In the month of April TIe old bulls shed Their horns frOm tile 10th to the last November They hardly ever carry thtfm mutter month of November The young bulls aimed theirs froifr time first of December until tile middle of February The ybilngor the animaL the lousror he retaiusf his tiorns Pain of a Wfpden Leg Barneys wooden leg has been pjWi hag Um qf late safd Scholes to his wife How can that be X iskod Mrs Bcholes Irritably V Mrs Banieyljrtirjbecn thraslfins fin with Uvnftitui explanation The tWins htolmonRly3oui and your sister are tmhns are yow not Marjqrlbank Vct Vere wliery we were children Now however she Is five years younga er tljan I Cleveland Leader t THE ORIGINAL LAX TIYE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists In tern expelling by bowels ColdsdVhoopln relief for iNeuly another tough cures sre a conthiningOplate Kennedys LazxIye ey Tar moves IHO bowels contlneI Qplates kler- d CJeTuleI 1eycrerjrtoottle JKENNEDYS I i1X1 Yp oosTAmutt HQNEYIiflARo h WAiI TL LAYITip PtWltT A 00 OHIOAQO UL t4 F 1 IHHaV8 Withdrai Mt List oIEarlD From this adyertisemertt tempo i rarily injorder that I may Revise it- andlwilllnashorttimeannounce r I 4 Some Great BBargajiis7I- n Erms and Town Property I J In the meantime I am prepared to show prospective purchasers l some very desirable farms + iJ Correspondence SIii 1tciyi r I B D LAKEg JP The Real Estate and I nsurance Mariv Ifi UW wr vnour if 1 GrandfaUhens1 knew what BALLARD S SN OW LINIMENT V i I will dpI i A CONVlNCiNQ PROOF of the worthipf a medicIne is time cures lb Ceffe tYonO who hnsusdd BaMards Saovr Ltknows that it will C TDfe RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFF JOT i UKE BURNS NEURALGIA CONTRACTEO MUJPCU ANDALL PAINS USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 Y ARS V Ii Settle Richmond Mo wrifesJ This is to jer ify thith I have used our Snow LiniHient for tell years for rheumatism neuralgia lIkjno hack etc land in every caseit has rendered lmmediabo reWK VAvoidBALLARD SNOW LINJM1NT cO 5009Q2 North 5KMfI Street ST lOUISI JO r 2- ii Sold and Recomrriended by Red Cross Drug Store t Loui tilleisBoomins 1 I THESE DOYOUKHOW FACTS I 1 yiLLE ABOUT 350000 LOU1S IIATIi LTIAT1jjIIEUjjjSE efCM1Iy5mbl ItiMdstheW 2000000od MERCIALSCHOOL thn4tokisstilZe LOUISVILLE CUMBERLAND TELEPQLkia6RAPll 1LAuuxqgA3QJ fJthisanywhere Ind1anaSOuthen Kentucky Tctnnesiie MIselsslppi Lojfans Wan quick satisfactory oomrntinlcation countryryour p tonapRa reaeen Equipments facUItte uiwur passed 4AMES E CALDWELL President k QslMzet i7aAet t Starting With swine Better start with good brood powsfhan twice number scrub 9venthouph the should cost you as much as the twelve l a better ln vestment nt the end t Incrusted Boll vinegar In n kettle that has become crusted with deposit Time acid upon the deposit of alkaline master Insldjp will cause it disinte grate and crpck off Scrape It out and In future keep fcyster shell In kettje The lime wljl collect upon It Instead adhering to the sides vessel Renew the shell weekly Leather Kettle Holders Save old boot tops to make Iron and kettle Take pleca of thls leather and covorlt vUh cretonrre or other and you will have a holder win protect your hand from tho heat of the iron and manipmIltOitbetter things so S raceGIIToI LAnJthJ tIltt1uotrJ radJIn the nanufroctv farmmicoM produdncandtobacco handles and plumbtn sappliM laryatorpnfactOryl in the South alnd omof Sit Ingest ptowdte tories lathe world hd hu 8 ttectrfe ioter urban JInes LouisvWls BEAVTl YUL HOMES its city propsity vslustin js It has the ettlarksystem lathe UniUd States and jnanjr mar nlficent public buUdlncs and chorch and is home of the WORLDS LEADING Enroll at this school do THOROUGH work and youll be in want of a good position in a boominjr terprisinr dty IilMLmuisvRla HQT CataIQpIIreo KY 7- a C in Southern Illinois and i put you in and with the P v so able ami LELAND FlUME t D six the of six it It Teansxlfc to nn the of of the holders material which or kettle tended I city the sever L of J u I MAGAZINE 1 READ RS- rSUlSET 4mrJ andc1s abaismiaeLahi- thmeFarWit 81 CAJKEA aj CATT devoted tk awriii 4 hmteedisqiISbIs 100 wqfIAlti rQADOPATS5SXDWlSSUSInabekE J 120coid pkMqLie csqiae lC iwo t a j JAA T t Aiifoc I fi1 Al4 1J SUIUT 4nw1fo nJ 3sjri- I FOt Ru ftvb rooD tut- I tlt- v r Shader grocery apply to ABet IfMmMD10 r 1 ute