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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it r I IS7AJSIIEP p N r IN llfJ3 iJ If j= w sEmESYOL xiv b 24 t tI i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON I COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 3I1907 ilF S YIIi r f 1 iF TRUSTY A T U PRACTICAL tpgHTISTOIAe over Hairdos I Barber Ipnt1 wcjrkatrasonab1e prices 1 ll w rk guaranteed l L SPBINGBIELT KY tfJ 0R BiRECtOFJY gjQIELD county seat of- Wigtou County 52 miles south 6 ecexiaston 59 miles from 4kjiv11tt oil B rdstown branch of c l l rTmad l1tvUi iailroad iig f1isJtapd agricultural district TmiBifiks telegraph and telephone Ilirti xHessoffic flour mills lumber j iulIk Pb tation 1700 population of eouty 1500- 9Sttpresentativeiu Congress Hon B Johnson Bardstown Ky XtpresentattTe Kentucky Legis atitre Hon W JJ ClaybrboTceV v Representative in State Senate Hon Starry Lan aJIter Lebanon Ky t0 GeUtJ Dlrettoy 1a CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth JkewJiy in FebruaryMaY 4nd Octc Mrr r r H Tharman Judge 1t L Durham Commonwealth At YBblit A Ne Clerk M Cf LeachmanMasterC0mmtsi 4siier 4 it QUARTFIIY COURT t Quarterly Courtis heM on the third e J Mokday in each month 1 L r4 I itsey Judge J COUNTY COURTv H County Coort meets on tile fourth t i Monday La e4ch mouth 3 LIJltseyJ14geI WVP pqoker1 County CerktTSMayes County JAtforney Georg CaUetJai4 Sidney Osbourne Shrifn maui Anderson DIcI Isliafl I BerbertEdd1xnafl 1 Deputlee j jfc Jd Masters jT JameS FMojpre County Surveyor prf PQBryanv Assessor W Tlitch1t peputy ac Robert Uoe Treasurer i J3i Montgomery CoroNernJ4 W Bh Sapti of CommDn Ichoolf Sprlngfieldr IVO CITy COURT iZ James R Koe Police Judge 7 JohnGraqe Marshal L Attorney r t JUSTICE COURT Jnotice Courts are held in January April July and October i v Church Directory 7 1METHODIST CHURCH t 1leT G W Lyon Pa orSer I v4Ticeaontfie Firstand Third Sundays vv in each month at II a m and 730 pin y SuadaySchGoleyerySunday atlOam Prayer meting every Wednesday I aghtjVJ Aii i o I CATHOLIC CHURCH f PeriF BnnessVastor Ser t ylccs very Sunday at8 and 10 oclockb ServiceS atSt Rose same t i tc a1 houtt J J lJ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4 H Bnv It Be C Lawson Pastor j reacMng very Rrmrtatf nfc 11z5iadat 7 pm Sunday schooj ever S1ulday at 10 ain Prayer meetIn 1 if nVi ry ThujBday evening at 7 oclock iiL r f BAPTIST CHURCH i fiy WjpHarrieon Williams Pastdr j rtiitng every Sunday at1 1a- mii and 745 pm SundaySchool every 1 Sunday at 930 ain Prkyer meeting 4J every Tuesday cyeninp at 745 oclock t Jr J ry OHRISTIAN CHURCH i Rev PrankW BarePastor Ser Vices every Sunday Sunday School f at93Oam Fraternal Orders1 iya bSON cIonGEspringfleidlodge iMo SO meets first and third Mouday tleach onth 1rP WsLshinston R A Chapter No 57 Jieetseyery second Tuesday i Springfield Council No 52 meets on Jrk r fxervlourth Monday i hKKiGHTsbf THE dACASHKS Meet j r rarh mo t f + 9 AM tfi FOLEYS-So HOINEYAND TAR eThe ofiginal I LAXATIVE Hugh remedy Pr coMfhi cold throat and lun s tIIieL Uo opiates IConalcoholic reverybody Sold everywhere JYi ThVsLn nora TAR ish EefueisibetitMesfItodirarJ rPrsp only by PoI y Company Cifikmgp For sale hy Rd CrcesDrugHtwo Tr1w wIui s 7wl r5THEi 1 l LN- 4PI ViGrigsbyCify o HfimWm lI m W WWiro 3 TFj1I ROUND OLT1LKIr-1 I- Jt VVVV I inmC IIf I Were Not a Farmer TBY WARREN A TEED I If I were nota farmer man Vilh Wh 1highj r 1 VAndI think Id be a railroad kingVOr something of thai sortV stand beside the track to hearS locomotives snort lAnd then this rather bushy beard ornaments my chin be whackedoff Idshave ni y face r 1 And let the sunlight jV Id don a uniform of blue A very fancy ties And wear brass buttons oh my coatV To watch iny trains roll by ADd then in caseImade a trip And met an auto man Id not be iti the mud knee deep Ahqldin1 Dobs and Fan But seated in a Pullman car With wife and baby by Id bunt the thingright smart yoI bet VOrBut speculatin onthethng Might Isring to mer butharm A tradjAJ s WMleI ilespised the toad And long toback with the rilsIjI To bear the same old load y NDICTMBNTS The g ra nd JL jury of the present term orI court it seems found more work to do or rather accomplished I muchi moie in the way of findingt j ind tmntsthan its predecessors for several terms hackAl though the indictments have not yet been made public we under stand that there was a batch ltmb nn thirty fout turned in Of that number it is 4aid elevenl were against local salon keepers for selling liquor to jminors the remainder being for variou offences none ofmuch magnitude The grand jury evidently was ot inclined pabe lenient withIathe saloon men becaue they are so son to go put of business but evidently meatose that they be gOOdJiIt tlie balaiice of tlieiir term tlotin trade bythe way is said to be oil a boom inrSpringfield since the lid was put on in Lebaaon and the boozers from our neighboring town keep iithe turnpike warm between the two places It is estimated that several barrels of liquor are carried dyer the road every wepk qILebanopqI i 1T Ev- PESTTh life of the i jljjk tobacco grower is not a rosy oneiTtiis fact iis 1eHeestablished y history The career of the tobacqo man is fullllof worry and new troubles spring up to confront him with the coming ofr every season For the past f easons hehas had an unlimitedI rpur d fight with the tobacco trust which has been on the vergebf knockiog him out but against which the farmer has been holding his own fairly well until iin what appears to be the closing rounds 6f the contest he comes Up smiling Tyith victory insight Another pest is reported to worry the tobacco grower thatt promises to rivall in its destruc tObaccq1worm farmers of tbe HillsboroTieighbor hojd in this count7areaarmei over the appearance in their to bacco fields of a new kind of destructive bug or worm It is a new kind of pest and its Iras never been soen by any pttti e older inhabitants The bug or worm is described as a snail- like creature without nsvshellf very much resembling a water appearedinIgreati I hod and haveliter fly riped newly set tobacco patches In some cases they have not left a plant standingin the patch The creatuiesi come up out of the ground and do their work quickI ofibpreparingtok new grounds whereyer possible T EPtroLJCAlCONVENTI0li The Republicans of Wsfjj6 jiafton fc6unlybave been carti jtor s mass convention to be hefdj ij at the ifdurthoiise m Springfieldt t nn nsatu rda afternoon June loth The object of the convention IS iselect and instruct delegates tothe State Convention meets in Tjouteville on Wednes 1day June ipth for the purpose of nominating candidates for State offices gPhe Louisville i Herald which has recently come out gtrdng for AE W teon for governor has the following to say concerning the situation 1AE Wflsons candidacy iis grpwingin strength constantly and it iis now bieved that a large proportion of the delegates will come to the convention in Btru ted IoMr Wilson as first choice of their respective dis tricts A4VongVlhO newest can didate wbo seeks tho nomination for the Governorship isj H Hufsfc ot tbff yTenth district Not much is known of Mr Hurst in Lonisville aside from the fact that he is eighty two years pld and has held a high place in the councils of his prty in that neighborhood for years The re maining 6ancTidatesf for hc gubernational nomination Taside from Mr Wilson wno have al readv been mentioned are Judge wfI Bolt 0 01dhain county At T Prank of OwepsDoro and Johp W Lewis of Washington Mr Lewis has stated tHat he betbe r of his friends are urging iit very strong and 1erejsa possibility that it may be used 5VKeiariatile BKBOB That true is stranger thanI fiction has once more been demonstrated in the little town of Pedbra Tenn he residence of 0 V Pepper He writes I was in bed entirely disabled with hemmorrhage of the lungs nd throattDoqtor failed tod help me and all hope had fled Jwhen 1 began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant eliefeame The coughing sooq ceased tha bleeding diminished rapidly and in three weeks I was able to go to worlru Guaranteed ire for coughs and colds 50- cndl at Haydon fc Rbbertson lug store Trial bottle free Rats Devour Pigs Charles Asbury of Avon had our sraall live pigs in thefield with the sow killed and devoured ytrats yesterday wljich is thej rst case of the kind to be re rorted in this county Prom 4ther parts of the coun cVlpve been d ing serious damage i p corn wheat and grains while f nany chickens ana fowls have eenlkilled so that it is not imJ jrobable that the farmers of thisI bunty will follow the eanpleI et by the farmers of Nicholas ind Bourbon counties and set part a day for the general slaughterl of rodents From every jsection of Centrall Kentucky this spring hove come reports that the farms have be come infested with rats and stock of all kinds have beenat tacked and killed In several of the counties districts have been off and prizs lhavt been offered argetdnumber sea ps encouraged in th sway liave slrughtered hundreds of rats but it appears the war waged on the rodents inthe counties where they firstAbecamc pest has only caused them to liee to bayette county Lexington i Herald t ITtDflsaiifl Dollais wortli Of Goof j kidnerdgravel or stones with cicruclarlng pain says A 3 rharnes a well coal operator of BuiTaio O hI got ne relief from medicine until I begin taking Foleys Kidney Cure then the result was tiurprlsin A few doses s rteJil the brlckdnst lilfe sabjjtance fepd now 1 have no paul acrojsa my kidiieys and feel like a new man It has done me S1000 worth of kood Foleys Kidney Care w curjevery form of kiduetot bladkea disease Sold at the Red Cross UrUff Store eysIPossibly the most sehsational public stile of Jersey cattle Jer sey cattle ever held inlthe United States was that held May 30 liby T S Cooper Sons at Cpopersburg Pa At this sale 124 hoad sold for an average of757V36 The only sale that ever beat this average i was in 1883 when Mr Cooper sold US head for an aveaage l3595209 In the sale last week one bull Imported StoCkwell brought 11500 and the bull- calf Sensatiopal Fern broughtf 20200 There were bidders from fourteen States We arefglad to note that iour of the good one 9Ineto Sbelbyn cpuoty Ky proH D Rddman I got Qoldep Ferns Grey Prince a oneyeaiold bull for bsootLand Great Scots Qhampion a 5 year old cs w for 950 Mr J Ao Middleton also of Shelby bounty secured Goldefld Ferns Surprise an 8 year old cow for 1180 and Eminents Dorcas a one yearold heifer for420 Mr J M Orerton Overton Hull Farm Nashville Terin secured six good ones asfollowsI jly Bruolihill Lady Fox a 5yearoldp cow 825 Golden Jollys Lady Viola a 4 year cow 675 Victo ria of Athetiia 4yearold COWii S6O0Fbrfa hires Gray Duchess a 4yearo d cow375V Emit nents Jar Princess atold cow 500 and Mou rants Oxford Rosea 3 yearc d cow of S360 in the past nine years Mru Cooper has sold 1016 head ofVa Jersey cattle at an average of 41Q Farihers Home Journals vCured oofBmurs Disease PGeoTIMillsI had kidrfey diaaes for many Cj years and h1d been tre fed by phy siciens for twcbre years had taken a a well know kidney medicine and other lemidis that were recommended but got no relief until I began using Folefs Kidney Cure The first a half bottle relieved me and fosr bot tle have cured me of this dreadful a ase Before I began tafiing tol eys Kidney Ours I had to make wuter about every fifteen minutes day and night snd prssed a brick dust snbatadce I believe that would have died If I had not taken j Foleysi Kidney Cnre For sale bym the Red Cross DrugStore fo Republican Convention H Pursuant to an order of the Republican State Centrol Corn mittee it isV ordered that the Republicans o it Washington county jmeet in mass convention at the Court House in Spring field Washington County Ky On Saturday June 15 19071 at sr 130 P M for the purpose of selecting delegates fpr the State shQnvhntioiishichisviileKy Wednesday June 19 o 1907 for the purpose ofnomina ting candidates for Governor esn LiejulenantGovernor Attorney dE General Auditor Treasurer Secretary of StateSuperinterid ie ant of Public Instruction Com missioner qf Agricultcre Labor and Statistics an Clerk of Cpurt ofV Appeals to be heIIfor at the November I 190i 1III The Ma ic No 33 y I Dumber three isa wondeifu mascot forGe H Parris of q dar Groye tef according to a letter which reads After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and biComing greatly discouraged bytbe failure to find relief I tried Electnc Blttersandus a result lama well mao today The first bottle relieved and three bottes pJ ted the cure It corpJ best on earth for stomach liver ancl idney troubles by fiaydo- nRoIrtsondruggists TiOc t f NOTICE IAlthoughII bvthe recent fire I desire to 0notify the public that I lu verl S new eCLUJpment aiad am prejjared to attend all calls and can be found in VIInew temporary quarters Hag n Bros grocery Embalmer Funeral VJOHN Director Springfield Y andMAYESII DEATH AND DESTRUCTION The Little Town of Grady ville Almost Wip ed Out 4 i Twentyeight dead bodies and forty persons injured constitute xesultingfrom t ivihi cjr swept oyer Southern Illitf oT and Indiana tKentuckyj gThesethe shape of cloud bursts high winds and electrical disturb ances The property damage will reach many thousands of- ollars Houses were swept inj away bridges were demolished and thousand of acres of grow ing ro destroyed GradyvilleKy wasthe worse d sufferer A cloudburst delug d of that village of 150 persons short after midnight and twenty esops were drovned AtNew Minder Ill a tornado yesterday morning killed fiVe people and injured hail a dczeri others At Ypr Ill an the Wabash river e persons were killed and flhirtywhich descended upon the town firldayany hoqses were blown down round the outskirts of the town lid four persons were injured A special from Columbia Kyjjavs = The most appalling slasterhistory of Adair cbUntv hap oned abcut 11 oclock last night in inproperty loss that thannotl loss of twenty lives t Gradyville In ilage eight miles west ofOJ Jolumbia oil Big Creek was alCtmost completely swept away byw waterspout and twentyone buildings were carried awayand of scoe of deatjii followed the- nfrightful catastrophe H Dr L C Nell State Senator from the Sixteenth Kentucky A district lost his wife and four 1ft children and the others whpe t death in theflood are as thllowsWife aDdfiye children ofw artfOrt Moss Wife and child of LumHillV ICMrsgoMrsMrs J W Eeltner Paul Wilson Mjss Denia Moss r vMisA fiill of water ten tfetbig- hwept4n upon the sleeping inhabitants of the little village t crushing their homes like egg tl ells and drowning them with i mt giving the slightes warning Che wails and cries of the worn and children were heart ren ering as they were carried gi down stream Some of the bod ai s wete fojnd six or eight miles bi below where their homes sood f fne body was found wedged tween the forks of a tree 8f Your correspondent visited the scejxe or tbe flood this after nopn and desolation and distress cOuld be setn on all sides Thirteen bodijs have been re covered up to G oclock this elve ninb and tnq searching paTty was stilljat workj attempting to find the emaiuing seven miss ngoV1 This city was telephoned f aid and responded mot liberally Burial cases for the deadwill be taken to the scene of the disa s arVttomorrow morning The rrible occu ranee has cast a- oOmovar tiis Section of the Sthte 4 There is no case of indigestion no matter how irritable or how obstinate that will not be speedily relieved by the use of Kodol The main factor curing the stomach of any dfs oVder is rest and the ouly way to get rest is to actually digest the food forth tom fIiJItsPlf KodoJ will o it It Jsa scientific preparation vegt ble acid containing tho verv same juices foupu in a healthv stomach It codforms to the pure foodand drug law Sold iy the Red Cross JOrugf Store Five Medals I l t Hartodsburg came off with ying colois ftfom the Graded School Tournament at Spring eld last week cap uring fhrett medals out of seven entries The winners were Grover Iaclrr written spelling Dewey Woll stem one etch iin reading amfI junior declamation Lee Woll tn second in senior lamaf tiqni3eatriceyWollstein secondt enior elocution In each inIstance they spoke against chilii t en several years their senior baseball Harrodsburg woni ne game and lost one s Springfield royally entertained the visitors and the tournament as conceded to have been one the best in the history of the organization It will oe held oetcarrodsburgDemocrat ll stomacB troubles are quickly re- eved by takinga little Kodol after each meal Kodol goes directly to he seat of the trouble strengthens e digestive organs supplies the natural digestive jjuices and digests hat you eat It Is a simple clear bure harmless remedy JJont neg ect jyour storriach Take a littlia odol after cacd meal and see how rNod il makes you feel Money clc if it fails Sold by the joi J Cross Drug Store in 11 entucky Tobaccb Cropl MProspets 1apThetobacco gr whig CtjQflSf in1 licate anything but favorable rospects for the 1907 tobacco ropThe backward season has ad the effect of stunting the o tirowtIndeyon1 the usual time LatE rpsts have nipped many plants 11BECELEBRATEn t Houghton Buggies Itric lY High GradeIIIThis iis one of the best high grade buggies on the market- Stoday I also handle the Troyanpther high class vehicles Young lens Bgieand RllhaboutsV Call on me before btii4a buggy and satisfy yourself as I to quality aidprlceVJohn Lily 3arberVi Sucewor toHitydanJb Ba4r 1 L 1I j 1 t n llttILl 3CRq- NzLuuur4IwJI t v and heavy rains in somepkrtfc ot la ed phavocny of them having been completely washed oat Worms are reported to have gotten in their 4in2gigxvg1 and these causes coupled to thf depredations of night ridlrs tad others ho have been operating in aV augwrIatecrop Considerable progress is b inr made in planting now butit11t1 late and some exceptionally jl growing weather during Ule next month or two will be required tn bring the crop to na purity Before the frostsci tbjr early faIl set in Jn the Burley districts jjud3V 3VjUgi come to hand it iis etisakted that about 30 per cent of the crop has been set out whilelaat 11j year this fully half the crap baa been transplanteV J a1cuGalUl 1 OftIby local applications i astkey anotreach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to pare deaf ness and that is by constitutional rumediea Deafness Iis caused b aii inflamed condition of the rnwcoa- ining of the Rnstschian Tube WileDi tbii tube is inflamed you have a ung mtsound of Imperfect hearing and when iLls entirely closed xDCAf ness is the result aqd nnles Ue luEj flamation catlbe taken out slid tla i tube restored to its normal COtldlHJ hearfng1 yrlll be distroyed forever of ine cases out of fen are caused by Catarrh which is nothing hut an in flamed condition of the uncons rur t acesVWe will give One pondred Dollar teorl Catarrh that can rot be cured b ails Catarrh Cure Send for bircu 5arsIIedoQV VITold by Drrijzgists 7Sc blake Halls Famiiy ipillt lou Con stipatiou ti Reed Nichok acttV 1 t ICaunty Judge Reed S Nichols f Boyle dropped dead while in v ultationwith soaae frieiAf at the courthouse in DaavIllEM Wednesday night of acute ap oplexy He was one of the belt D known and most inflientaall fjDemocrats tHeunder Judge W C BelL Judge Nichols leaves a wife two liOnse nd Mrs ificholstending the funeral of her lather Covingt n whe notified of her husbands sudden death Har rodsburg Iemocrat V y Judge l ichols was a cousin oi rs FBl ealj of this p1acth nd had many acquaintances in of s He F1ret Ita tl OY I have firqthealkiug a stick Ive carried over 40 years n account of a sore that rule tied ever kiudof treatment until Ii- tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a happy JIlantu writesi John Garrett of North Mule N th- C Guaranteed for Piles Burns in etc by Hay on Eobertsom druggists 25c JI Take- flVUWVVtI f t WStrayefonthe Wilson Green farm abostfc caImiles on the Perryville turnpike der on the day after the last Spriftg field County Court day a rowi to pony mare with brand awl iltbthin tionoe eye at v owner can lave same byc1llb and paying for keep and tot th this advertisement tff 8 Peri dom Son R P D No 41 Springfield KyV trcrMVpeople who know howio take Mr of themselves the wajorihr s tiot hi tInitconaltioriiVC Sia pkl Tf AIM Texas writes I have wd HrM e QO for chill aed fever aad fiaditthe HttQf medteine lever uscd IwoaUaot b without Itt1tI as gcc4 for tkiWrw M as it is for gr9wa pcopk aak I r cMi mend it ItJI Lee fct LGripf old by theLOre Dns The Wkly CPIjV1 J on a boom Ite CJio has Kro wnwooderf illy ia UM fMi few mon wHMrITt M better paPer yaWUkiil ajr ii here thaM Vti TM4TrHNrDel sil- bo2 fe 11 PIiIW ii th r3kiYi VsOLDVMr Fn cit X ThiCcyV iT VI DetbackisofeOsp4yEst cl Dotifla 1IM1ta itiof tbe MMwty X a4eei OOlI4 back ot 3t Bs ok Jsotv day m6r iBg gf n Yrp itiiii The CeMe4e Js r4- Vr cottBty in iW re ar Iit7teil del c always life ber4 Hrhet erti ran indaatdwsa l ji a merJLr JJowlS 4a i- t4j5 i faIk s 4s fl stroflge t m eytiiii UM ty Indeed he WM a gt Ia pbaicalaw1iU aad kaewa ckday inbw Bt b t 1veysra4j wha bs iCatlicWl wk Mrik ti I fle was a mtt ot 4fictia ayitr f ind nprightoees oi rWrpieiir nd eojojed tbe reejaifol e everybody He k aiirrired Jbf two sons antI c1a nffc etTfefci wile haviag ppeoeieivhim to ijBMi rive several fer aft tSb cwo fUemar ia ri fHiia ry S ys and hisduf ht r ic Mrs Jirun of Neieoa coeatyV The funeral took piaie i t i4Vt Rose TiMedajiWiriimff l v j wurelS rIthe Catholic cuP iJ f fBert Barber Sf ElWm irk ithave oll1y tekea Mii asses 1 prKidHY aK SBleeder MUau haredose bras eUIJT11everydolle I a lakinirtbe fills M IaJta psiinjure Mr Buberref 9 to DtWIKi 1da talidaladdef P1it WIIi S qllale for bickseiw acys JUHIf te bkandak Hrlaary trewWe Autreat eat for lfs I ld bf ij RedO es Drift 84ert v d I Av rtt Murelcccc Claa ii TV L vU1 4 4iPotic maa Xitfr er Jm e Mt k Uncaetet WMlbere W Sjf ia wifcMw ki a C M UNClniiiit Court awl ia eoayaf 1k w4k c eocrstorsr IItbs ifc cptar of ffnlm ffesem tbenefro wto miwtered D N VeeJ tbft Fje44e bojmty firatr verIVwkI o had e 111i5 MrHroaejuaocker M baeci see s paJMi i by rep blel eHiiiiiMi i iVthe Dix riyer cilia aad ktt W ileves Unit his capUire bA Mir eiofaNryaboctbi i L8evatjJStanford cittMM hiiiiliil 1L f ct II se idII g 1 I t 1 Hooker oa MM a oire oa4 tIriver five mUss from 8eit i aIuei r rlMw w tnaldMri lthe riyer jKnowibg tINA lbs legri jatic ttooMjcomb life hiffit beaks wa It e river XrerjPtt WS jr place tb 4 oooii ni i mam WSA explored and MM poe t et t om Lrs dsy I t iWi1Mi 7 Ra1 Neiao aDd M lb 4 as iiit soon wrrou uded by 1 J oe Three of kbeen adn lling upon Hedrer to ff Not raoetrili 7 they thTNId sboIy fWjr t aboo4 boeW IliThy piss4 M tb i vraj and peeped jJa bus otise ylwas eiiiii11tthoro fbly- n as4 bss traces ot bookwem Ja 1 wsa t oftlOML JI ektia Vivie bst WKawlU wild Ub armed 4opIsos cad a gs Tho VI r wofFr hb u Is iiiMin ts osrsV stone it JtJrt UI etJto- tJae aisny IVifl tlue ctySrsnbo tbe W 17 5 F th 1Bar llhJ4a JVSI 41- aI n st- cslIgI ca- dt tss 1 Inov it t ClUed MlattSssV4 a tke Snt jss- a assi bsrd el cay sad Ttu4kIaifctMei For sale by tke 0a4 CWM PnifAtore s 7 r THE NtWSWtDR- P 1L1ED iiii + zusDAY 41 YKArt I N ADVANCE j i RC1EbKV ft IK JU AVINjr I441 e4 i ocs44siss ni poUtte1 uitte ojLa1her i CdI a etra ta o f J j i Jli fcri itt TMOJlUtldBil ofrsieCt- IMV Hpirita W Xo3H4jS 4Matrti 25Q t IbtltO ei 1c oo TSUBWJAY JUNE 13 190 i AHNotJNcEMENT- f 4l fWe ark authorized to announce J tJllpii bore of Springfield a candi 3foc stateSenator from the FLf 4Jteithenatoda1DistrIct composec- lr Marion Washington and Taylor 1 1dntieg subject to the action of the tio party V j JohrW YerVea foriier Corn iijj 1 5mioer of Inttrnil Revenne Si1I be de1eate to the 1yI itg Rpub1ica State Jon Ifcftbn Jo hit home in Danville dbctMed to he WshTington cor ypodEtof the Louisville i 1a1d the following statement is 4 TfpJr to V question as to t Mi rbf favored Indorsing a k tcidefllial candidate this year 7bh k a State year 1908 is a 1Nation1 yeaftv Every effort Y oii1d be rnade to concentrate sIy energy on theState race 5iothat reaionldoubt whether 1Vto declare for any 3 I Jsi4entUa candidate but 10 v alw thst action to nyvait the ito jngo5f th State CpuVentiohv iin 18 It has Tjot ben the CjitipHa at Rfepvriilican convet Mi 3 t nt called JnKcntucky to name4 ViEstate Candidates OtO declare i PrtidentiaI prefereL3ces Pri1 dentiRoosyelt and his adminis Jt tlfttOfl ar enlitied toind should jfc ive thjBJheartiestapd sincere fToidition He is a great tte1Nn and deserves the fittest support in his great P eA1C p ILASutnmersof E1izabeth ttown 7rieshiDr Troutman tb proniiaenf physician of Lau liil county has been convicted and Hjinttncpd to the PenUenti Jc ry for ten yeai S for Gaining a TDg girl under sixten and jising her death The verdici iinthis case will certainly meet wjth Xeneral approbationi So city is altogether too tolerant irtth scoundrels lik this and 4 5t often escape the just pena1y pfltheir crimes It is cases like ilM that calls Iorivliat is termed jnth Soutnthe unwritten law aiad werlbelfeye that they otight t behOt down like mad dogs Mbfe is not done then Laurel county In the case of Dr Trout i man sets an example worthy of Altfimitaiion f v v The Courts are still dealing ii h legal points cbncernlngFi iv cal fiif ctipns The Gdurt of lAp iEelalIft by Judge Uarrol afiyrmed Pwski Circuit Court in- ylser Newton vs J C 4 4Ogdn A local optioivelectioii 7w heir Dcemher 6 1906jfol flojfiog the regular election of k JJofenabei 6 The action Was brought to invalidate the elec ti6i on the ground of being in d violation Pf Section 2555 Which prbfldes They shall not lie- beWon the sime day any reu jar pjlitical election por within thirty days next preceding oii Y fbl1owine any such regular pciiiticalIelecbn Thiscourt o1a that the 1men optloh elec a thirtyt4 dlaVs and islegal r cBy Iothclt iUw that her baby is properly e4rrAoe to cc this a good purgative SSi s Qi1f Many4tbIea suflered- tris wrid tiir atl1er3 dont Ll Lbyh feverish and dOfl1 1II t M1t1 it le troubled itthL WdiL iu Cream tug wW EOotI- fl 1 O eidG- 1c IL a kiaL rlcs- r5W by be Rea Cr Pg- L1 Valley Hill Mists Elizabeth Roberts pf Spribgfield visii d a1ithe home Qt Jrfr and Mrs Ihnet Goatley last week Messrs Earnest and Clyde Guatlev visited friends at Maud Tuesday night Prank Janes and wife visited relatives iir Springfield Satur day and Sunday Misses Jla Goatley and Rebtcca McWhorter visited Miss Martha Tucker at Fredericks burg lsk Wek Mr and Mrs John Janes yisifced relatiyes near here Sun diy Miss Rebecca McWhorter of Springfield has been the charm lug guest of Misses Ola and Ip arl Goatlev of this place during the past week Ere the dawn of another week the wedding bells pf one pf our fairest daughters will have chimed the parting words fare well tp a Kentucky beauty who iis to be jbransfered into the so ciety of a Southern Stated Heartyicongratulations ftte ex tended in advance by one and all Peace health wealth and happiness is the wish of the WriterS We are glad tpknpw that Hop iW S Y Gpodlett is tp make the race for Representative pf the lower house and think him an excellent gentleman for the place He has many good ideas tp be brought into consideration when he pes into office We authorized to announce that Rev R E C Lawson will preach sermon at the school louse hero on Sunday afternoon liBihinstat 4 oclock Sunday school at 3 PM Pupils teach ers and many new attendants are urged to attend t Our farmer are all along the line of up to now with their farm work Manyr are entirely through setting tobacco others plowing corn the second time and several are11 about thoaugh thinning If the season proves gpod we vftll doubtless have an poductsSoouj can be beard the sound gli the reapers in our grain fields which will soon be a mass of golden laying grain ready to be cut threshed and garnered much to the delight pZpa happy Iar1 mersIcertainlybrokei Over our remarks in our last let ter As to political questipns we forebear taking any side what ever for both sides are the worst set of rascals unhung Not an honest politican f fexistauce to Pur knowledge unless its J R Gore and he hasnt been in long enough to catch on to the trick of politics yet After successfully teaching a two months sfchopl at this placer Miss Pearl jGcotley gave her pupils a trea j pn FriJay after non it be4ig the last day o4 school IJnb was nb pupil howlj ever was included in the jpypu ciicle whenaffr enjoying two pr more flours of ball playing jumping aheirppe and other in vigprating ganpes we repaired to the school room to find awaiting nsan elegent lunch of fresh strowberries and cike of which we all took beartilyand after be ing dismissed went home wish ing Miss Pearl a long and happy life together with many thisfor her nice treat and efficient ck during her term here UNO A promptpleasant good remedy for coughs aiid colds is Kennedys Lax ative Cough Syrup It is especially recommended for babiesand children1 but good for every member of the family It contains no opintes acid does not constipate Contains honey and tar and taats nearly as good as me pie syrup Children like it 5ld Jjy the Red Cross Drug- Store Forest Yftsw On last Saturday night about 11 or 12 oclock one of thamost tetrific electric and rain stornSs visited this section of country The rain came down in torrents the creeks and smailei branches were soon oyerfljwing their hanks carrj ing away fences water gaps logs and everythlns in their reach overflowing cOrn fields oat and wheat fields Now the cry 5s beard On all aides My tobacco is gonq 1 Ponsy Blanford cif Simmsv was in oucinidst last Monday r LiooB MuM of talley Hill was here last Sunday with his pleasant smiles and exquisite manners among tne beautifujl girls of our town Mr George Wheatl of the Burg is vIsiting Mrs Annie Nally his sister in law Mr Oharley Jjee Grundy and Thomas of Valley Hill were out this way delivering mules to Mr James Montgomery last Friday As Albert Blanfordvwas out driving a few dtys since be caught his arm pn a nail in his buggy and cut a deep aoduglVj gash several inches in length and has not been able to wojrk1 siice Mr Bart Smith who fituck thorn in his eye sevieral weeks gpu nd thought to be dpmg well has grown jorse and we teaiirimat Ue has gbne to Louis yjlliefortreatmejit iias S iiday night abouU3i p cjoct Mr tfeli Pbwliug whb 5LiLSf 1t4di tJ4 j5iLullcli ROOffiL ceGream aMSoft DMslLL- I have fitted up my place of business on Main 3 Street next to the Walton Hotell for the salof Ice 3 Cream and Soft Drinks and wilt also have a r 3 LUNCI RcOM Iwill also keep on hand fresh fruits of all kinds Ev rything w andclean Irespectfully splicit a- iiX share of the public patronage I1 1OIL PRICES Iv 1fftQ has been sick for several mpnths passed awav IP that lad from whence rib traveler ere returns whilfr his body lies mouldering in deaths cold arms Everything was done for him that could be done in the way of attention and for his comfort everything was done by his spiritual advisers the gopd Fathers of St Rose the church pf which he hal been a life member He visited us a few weeks ago 4pugh feeble in body his mind Wabright and strong and a more Cheerful and pleasant old gentlemen we never met and regret that wanever knew him earlier in our life fqr we feel that his cheerful nature might have cast some light upon bur pathway as we journey from the cradle to the rave While Mr Jf E gmith and sife were takibg dinner With Mr and Mrs Smith Carricp last Sunday his fine mare andcpltj were struck by lightning at home We learn that they were valued at 300 One day recently Mr Miles Psbqurn missed Pne pf his best lambs and pn going tp search tor it he found its head hide and legs but the meat was gone and the remainder showed that a knife was used in skinning ifr Ndws reaches us a this writing which we consider reliable that Mr vTobn Q Bryan has bpugat Mr Robert Heads farm Price not known The boys here hayeor ahiiced a baseball team and played a very intereting game last Sun day evening f As it is getting along toward tjie wee small hours we will close our writing for fear that you will think Mr Editor that we are trying tp mon 4lize threg or four of your interesting columns SWales TOW Irrilatiou In case of stomach and liver trout ble the proper treatment is to stunTS ulate these organ Without irritating them Ori no Laxative Kruit Syrup aide digestion and stimulates the liter and bowels without irritating these orejras like pills or ordinar cathartips It does nOt nauseate or gjtpe atfd is mild ynd pleasant to take For sale by the Red Cross Drug Store Hardesty Sclioolhoiiso i4The rains that fell recently were of great benent to the farmers and nearly all of this section axe about through setting tobacco t Miss Npra Goodlett and sister Vajaria were in Willisburg MOnday r Bro Benight wif and daugh ter spent several days last week at the home of MP and Mrs XH Gray Misses 5ess e Drury and Tayie Goodlett spent Wednesday withMrs Eliza Mitchell B o Benight and wire Misses O lie and Ethel Gray audI Miss Plorav Johnson were the delight ful gusts at the home of Mr and Mrs W B Barlow Wed nesday 7 Ciitton Kidwell and wife of Valley Hill spent Sunday with friends here Misses Martha Ida and Ethel Grayj Nora Tavia and Veleria Gbodlett Beesie Drury Margie tt4 Bessie Gray Mesdames Clyde Goatley Herbert Har desty Edd Gray Rufus Good lett Jpe Grtcejnd Arthur Q1Fay called on AjirtLucy Sales Sun iaysquaspe had seen to gather Afprquite La while but the more the mer tier On Looker b V HfiFired WllcK I Inve fired the cvalhing- sttck lye j carried uvur tiu years on account of a sore that resis ted everkind of treatment until I tried tfuckle4s Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made mea htCppy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaranteed fpr Piles Burns etc by Haytdon Robertson druggists 5c J Tr entiiijii qrTrei i5ce Tiert and w4f o S2SS I Scruggsville veerethei guests of Mr J Ev Trent Monday Thelightnin Btrucka tree at Mr lee Shewmakdrs and tore nearly all the window lights put pf the house and damaged the weatherboaraing a great del but did npjhurtSny pf the family Several called at the home pf Mr J A Breedings to see the wpnderful sight pf a chicken with fpur legs The chicken is dead Messrs Palnirr Chelham and Bob Cutsiieer of MoOresy jljej Were the pleasant guests of Mr Abe Cheluham Saturday and Sunday Sunday school has org nied at the Pleasant Grove churph and we will gather ever Sudnay at 9 oclock SS Bro Hatohett s OTeached to a large cangregati at Pleasant Grove Sunday Br0H Hatchett and daughtert Mr PopeBishop and wife took dinner with Mr Isaac Bisfiop Siinday I CnreilflfBfjliirs Disuse Gui Sherman Lisbon Red Mills tswrenceCo N Vf writes UI had Vidney diaaese for many years and had ben treated by phy siclens fpr twelve tars had taken a well know kidny medicine and other lemidics that were recommend tit gotpo r1itf until I egan ts iqg Foley s Jy Cure The first half bottle relieved 4ne andfosr tpt tlesi have cured me this dreadful disease Before I began tafilnp Eolr eys Kidney Our3 I had to make titcr about every fiiteen minute tiffy and night snd prssed a brick dust snbstadce I belief thttI would have died if t had not tajten Foria1Itha by MOQ1SVILLE tjwlfeTo the wifp of Will Eddleman b y H 1 i Mr Claude Htmdren and wife jreiatl5vesMr Nimfod Smith and Mrs Eliza WalPare both improving W O Ellis was PrerJn the AYoodlawn neighbpjhdocl 6ne day last week canvas injfpr his nursery He m- 6t wi gqd success 1W Mr Richtfrd Barfow whopjfi here about tyventy years ago died in Nebraska last week The turnpike crew are repair ing the Maud hill Born since our last to the wife pf Andrew AVilkerspn a son THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sOd byj jail druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr EW Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send for Kentucky estirnonials Jolly Spellings Git me You can call It u Journey nrotffld the world If you wish i I Tale half a dozen or so sheets of cardboard auil rritc the nalnes o cities ou them Scatter them around and jlacfta boy or girl in charge oif each as ticket agout Jlveeach one a card containing tie or more words The other boys and glvis piay flre travelers and they atbp at eacl Ration Jtvhore they are detained by tin ticket agent until they have successful ly spelled the live words that are on his card in this way n great deal of pemi Bpelllng is done but it Is a jolly game 1 All Tveitiilx Letter r Most boys and girls no doubt hay tried at one time orNOther to milk a short sentence that would contain Jjhzbetof course If there wore nore9trlcto j as to the of the exiiression hilt with that restriction a good deal of thinking is necessary Here are two 1twentylxletteriore uped several times John quickly extemporised five tow bags j The quick brovu fox jumps over lazy dog Chicago Ne ya Hon s oarder ltvlti younrpgladtoBoarderyea ontheyour tatnblipbmout Our InL05nb 5 jr5SS ssL5r11 he Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is n disease prevailing iir this country most dangerous because so decep live ManybUddcii deaths are caused by it1tert disi ease pneumonia hei rt failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble i iI ed blood wilt at tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder or the kidneys themselves break down nail waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement pf the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys IF you are feel jag badly you can make no mistake by taking pn Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It corrects inability tp hold urine and scaUUgpnin iii passing it and over conies that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get tip many times during the night rue mild and ihe extraordinary inflect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the Inglicsfbr its wonderful cures of the most distressing casein Su impRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycpnt anti onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery and a book that tells alt about it both sent free by mail Address prKil nier Co Binghamtpn N Y Hvhen writingmention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the addressi BinghamtSn N Y oil ieverj jbottle HANGING KILLS SHEFjIFF Official Diec of Horror After Executing a Negro Out of his mind and raving a qut the hanging of a negro Sheriff H F Mc Caslln of Greenwood county died In Greenville S f front physical col laps Some time ago Joe Evans as cended the gallows to pay the penalty for Imping attacked the wife of his brother and then killing the brother when t ic OTimsvas discovered Evan was the first man to be hang ed In Greenwood county dud If was the first execution in which Sheriff Mc CtslIn aid eyer taken part He had ireadjd the idea of hanging the negro and Imniedlutey utter tie murderer was pronounccdvdead he went to his bed null never left H The horror ot aklng hu nan life eVen though Jfwas In legal form seem eu to prey iiponthe mind of the oflicer to sneh au extent ihat the doctors could give no relief to his sufferlrg mind and body INCASED IN LICORICE Man Falls Into Boiling Fluid and Comes Out With a Shelf While at work over a tub of boning licorice at Abiugton avenue Ttnd Third street Newark N J John EujWk aged vejghteeai years fainted and fell partly Into the huge caldron He was lifted out uy iucantpf a bucket aA tached to a cnineteiTibly burned and unconscious While waiting for the i ambulance his fellow workmen hdld Enject under a stream of cold water thinking they could wash off the sticky scalding Quid lint the water only served fo harden the licorice so that It literally jlncascd the sufferihg man in a shell Then tlioy HrleTlto pick ttt the shell lUt each ptece brought the sliln with It At the hospital a chemical solu tion was usea to xllssolye the licorice ItVas feald the ypnng inun might re ev4r Sang at His Own Funeral At a funoral recently heM In Pent water Mich something occurred which was original startling and sea ntlonal In character After the last sad rites hail been conducted l yagentleman of thq cloth over the re mains of the deceased ta phonograph was brought forth and placed on the casket and the assembled momniers mitt their friejjds heard the voice of the ilead man singing one of his favorite hymns This paradox of a man sing lag at his oufh funeral Is lielievedto tile first on record and the Innovation opens up a new possibility and the custom grows deud men may ooit bjo projichlng their own funeral sermons Lice on Farm Stock Now of all tlnscrf iij tlie year Is the best to craoicaio tarn lice There tire not so many pf them us at other pe rlods ctf the year ant they arc not so active asj they dro at any other season The tlrjjt stej when you flnd your stock Infcsted Is to remove them to other quarters which yjm know arc not ln tested yith this pest After this done burn all trash and litter each vlean up the stalls and yaids in geiL feral if the cattle are kept la nbarn or siiedtear off all the Interior boards lnnd Which the lice may take refuge If this material 3 of but little value It to sometimes ndvlssrble to burn or In s onie way destroy it- PurlmpB kerosene emulsion Is the brst of all remedies This is made by tak tug agaflon of warm water and hiltdissolving a pound of hard soap To this add a gallon of kerosene zulU churn rapidly till the inredjciite 4eI come perfectly nifxpd Tills emulsionv should be applled to all parts of the barn or shed evon to the floors anti the Wiling Make the application thor ought so that it will enterovery craCk- iinil crevice Do not leave ziplace un louche for In 40 dolig you may leave1 egd for another cropof the lice RincrO Hoc Now Isthe time for tile farmer to Ingihls hogs unless he has them In a held which he wants rooted up says he KaiiMts CUy Star Even then It a wjt plan to put rings In their hoses for thej are apt vto break into meadow ami pjiaturea and In two pr liree hour destroy more tjraS than Ijiey dfe iorii4Oil yoti yajv voultl ring jny hogs liit It seems SOI run and they dont do well utter ftanll Hemoniber the paul Is only for on In itant Then It is ii1er for the h3t to niffer a little than f8r your poYstt to sufftr n great deal In regrird o a hog apt doing well after he has a jyiisnn hlH nose you are a HUlc mis iikon He doesnt do wel Iwfore It la jut Uicsre A rootlnghog never tat ens an out adage but nevertheless truer At least this Is my pxperlence lt nayriti possible that the fattening aogsj will not take oij fatso fast Just after they are ritietl but the gala ifterward will more than make up for the loss v A Snjfac Ion gor Coaiitlei eoulndestar law devote the receipts received from such source to the coriatructloa of a national blsbvay 4 Improving the Butter Tse none but new and clean vessels In which the milk Is kept OldtVeSsels will jiometl es Injure the quality of butteij especially If there are tracks ui which dirt can collect Do not attempt o churn the cream beforelt Is ripe or wait until It has become Too sour There Is a time to harvest butter Just us there Is a tune to hardest the farm eropsu That time Id when the cream Is ripe Wash and scfild th vessels after thev milk or ripe crenm hns been removed from them It an excellent planto Viave two sets of vessels so that one eet can be placed out n tlje sun while the other is being used There Is notb lug that equals sunlight In the produc then of good butter New WAy at Tclephonlnrr The new way oi nslag the telephone supposed tv havebecu hit upon by one of file many health crunks Who are concerned with keeping cleat of germs ahieb Is to press he receiver against the chest Instead of holding It close to the mouth antI talking in the usual way the voice litl Is claimed being pophizutnRecord The les clothing there Is be Mtsn the chest and the receiver thy better but If the pressure be firm th6 usual amount of wearing apparel declared does not interfere The scl entlfic explanation of this phenomenon Is that the sounds of the voice which ire made In the chest are carried by the bones as they vouWbaibj a sound tag board THE BLUEBEARD STORY It Han a Mythical Rather Than Mythological Origin The fascinating story of Bluebeard has a mythical rather than a myth logical origin No one has found lib prototype in the Vedag or in the old Greek or Roman authors The story Is supposed to be of French origin and it has even been suggested that Bluebeard was no other than the mud married Henry AJII There is hoTr ever better reason for bellqvlng that the original was Giles de Loyal lord of rUns who was inarshni of France early In the fifteenth century Ho was a brave soldier whose exploits In tie wars between EnghmiFnnvl France are recorded hi history According to Mfzeray he murdered his wives as foon as he tired pf them and was him 1110JThe riot many points of resemblance for there Is no mention of n key apil tailcs de Laval moreover used td entice person of bqth sexes to his castle for tie sake of their blood which he wanted for certain Inpmtatloiis he indug d In Nor indeed does the story fit In with our own Hoary vm and we are left to believe that whatever the origin the key and Sister Ann were added fo2 the sake of effect A variant of the Btory of Giles de Laval Is told by Hoi Insbed In whose version the name Is Giles de Jtetz ATarquIs de Tlaval who lived in Brittany and was strangled and burned for the murder of his seven wives Drr C Taylor t may be added regarded the story simply as fiction a satire on or type of the castlp lords of LoudosiOlobe OAK AND PINE The Value nod Ucfnln of Thr s CflheN of Woods ThouglV generally assumed that oaV Is the wood capable of being putto the greatest variety of uses it iskno vn as- a matter of Vet Unit the pine Ijl realty the mostusea n account of its great abundance Nerthclets the timber of the v ait combines in Itself the essential elements of strength ant durability hardness and elajKudty lna degree which uoother tree fein boast unrlvai ed as a material ofhipbuUdlpgf ale superior In architecture cablnetmak Ing carving mill voikXcooperage and Innumerable other purpokes while h bark is of great value jw furnlsliicjt tan and yielding a bitter exhract in con medieInnipurposetButof he wefl nigh cndfejrf The timber IIs llr Valuable In houses and ship carpentry common turpentine Is extracted from U In vast quantitles ond Immense hiup plies of tar pitch resin and lampblacb In the mauufactUEO of matches and above all paper pulp thousands a4 tens of thousands of acres of vine for Ht8 nrt cut down every yea and briefly the Umber of this tree consti tuttngvns It does the chief material ot English and American builders way bu sold t be mote used than all otb klnds of wood put together tynnu Ammonia cfnlt In removing oil or grease from et pets and cnalrs nothing Is more epfctf tlve than rubbing with a clean cloth wetAvlth ammonia Forfclcaulng enameled furniture use whiting mixed water to which u little cmmpnltihus been added After carpets and rugs have been beaten nothing restores thelc original colors ifowell as to go oYehthem with a cloth wrung out in ammonia and wate Foi silver art jcle and gold chalnsor other Jewelry it will be found ri good cleanser and a bountiful polish may U6 put ousilverif It Is rubbe wltlif whit Ing whUrh has been Iwet wla nuunonia- IVheii added to milk end rubbed ovr llnoloum or cork carpet it nets not only ns a cleanser hut a preservisr us well In ttliaylug lufiamntntlot and Irrita ion caused Uy the blteavof Insects It Uas iiv ia glcal povei uiiOf If a driJp bo uppllod ftt onco tilt effect of thfr poi eondua Sting will bfe tmmedlaiely ur rested TTie Care of Bedding Thieri is no other articlri which so we f repays eaie anti in which the cost of replacing and repalriijg makes it sol well worth while for the housekeeper UpetCrna1 vigilance as the mat ttessrLJ Nejfer leave them uncovered and bayethem swept monthly with a whisk hroomf turning up the tufts and brush lag theta free freSudust They should be thoronsfjli whipped at least threE or four thiu 3 a jyar and once dnrlfig the middle of winter andlinoe Ju the heat of Huilmiyr shoXild be loft out dun lug the WhOle dajfor aisl chining sad sunnfu Pilaws riuiT bolsters should htifo the panio treatment much more fr qtiently nttci should have slut covers of muslltf tutu same as uiaV tresses rie frequent handIingAf pl lows exposes them tdsolk hnrt Jiiej are unpleasant to the fffstldlous peton lf faded iiiA iotperfect1ye1ean ll SPain ofa Wooden Leg y J3arue3s wooden leglias4een jaiihg ini of sztd SchqI ti his wit How cart that be utst e43Irs Scholes Irritably t Mrs Barney line heen thirishlng mi- wi It was the phnuUon III Cash Produce House I s ATWILLISBURG I We have atIo receive and to Pay llIhest Market S Price in cash for Poultry Eggs Butter and other I neithIIi INCORPORED s fii ISI 7 4 1js I1DeemannsI S I have secured the stand and machinery of tK Grass Manufacturing Co on Main Str itlam prepared to do all lands of IIBlue HARIIESS WORE t T land made harness a Specialty and all repairing promptly and neatly done I f I also have withme the Deaf and Dumb Sh maKer who is an expert workman Your patronage rca 4 pectfully Solicited gTT 1 p1J1 Begemann J i ii THE Ji South Bend is THE BEST WATCH OliTHB MARKfT g A standard watch and ari accurate time keeper and fully guaranteed s vtv Js J Graves v rrIMain Street opposrte Presbyterian church OGRHEUMATIS CURED The Circubiti6n Sttaiufefed i andfhe MuscIesend JoLnis lubricfiifed by using V- S1oais LIrUiJ itt Y Price 2 5 c 5 C Es sic Sold by DsiIers SlorsTreaise T HseSFr Mdms Dr SSkeBotcms5 T Toronto Autolctn IJn CnivX Rancta As tlc roads In the Iclnlty of Torm to ala said to be among the woratUx Tag6atoAntowobihe ndut to have Jhcrn improved says the i otorNews1 The club accordingly hat decided to oCfer at least 800 to munlc fpalitles for aroad improving compell Lion There will be thr5e PriesOOO- OnU1OG respeitlvolyAvhlclt will ut paid to the uiunlcll illtles whfch show the pleci of roadway one riilta long on which the greatest Imprnvct aiuut has been mudeiby 3ply 1 lolnts pr4erdrilnagef pt erortn huudness sthoothuess niid permanency rtf conatrnction- Xo unit prize wlli Be awarded tin lesa there are live tentjrtes no flecohrl prizuniess there nril eIght entrierziutZ so Yhlrd prize unless there Rrfi tunas- uies IsV pri7es wIJJ be nwarUsluLL Jess the Is milshed to i starijanl Approved by A W nmpWlU oomrats ioner of hlKhwoys for the lrolnee of Thtarl ne iepresentativo ficiut U york county cuncIl illid oyltsti- veor r J iM Cioa1F Yennifug e TlfNilttTEEl woRM tiiEit r ITNaFtT5wrIdvIiI1nec == v Bll3aW LeMCy soen ISbi Lby Rcd Crow 4e- The LoviisWy k sad th yr i t t cbsp p- I fO S S V cy w r w rr Tr r r qiI DRJ1EllRTO1jJ I JWetDENT DENTIST 1 cThEflI EXTRACTED hiouTPAIN cJi lIfIIflUock tip stairs f pUNaFIELpKYtT gitital Work Stictlyff Firstclasvu jDg i C i11ULt JftjiHi iid Sirgeoa toOtic hours B to 9 am 2a1to2pmover Hiaydons Drugstore iqiILLamptonnM D Office In Own House 0J Off Ice Hume No3 esI4cPIfNo 38n I yFGRlJSBYr i ATTORNEY AT LAWS XNkM orerT eoples Bank PkUWFIELID KY 1B BAKhs iW BYATT r aJWlARDSHYATT ie HsidJBs Iud surgeons p jpld over C W Hagansgro rrtoppoita Presbyterian hureh l nW W Ray PYMCIANANOSUEOP l r Ii LRobertiafl s Drug Store- i 2honesOMce11f- W i f Residentje 172 k J1NYMAYSp Ijlla uiECTRF UDUCnSEll EMBAtM R i f TELEPHONE DAy19NIkHT74S JPBII1UFIELBKJ Kalrocd Schedule R611pwing is theme schedule IDow in effect on the Bardstown c a dSpringueMbranthrailroailD No 41 Leayes Louisville at It 4a pm Bardstown Junctioniiit 422 pm Bardstown 606 pmMrves at Spnngneid7i05p No 42Leaves Springfielaatl ttSO am Bardstown 607 atn Bards own Juuctipn 650 am f JHrrivsitLomsyIlle 740 an 1fol 43Leaves Louisville at Si20km Bardstown Junction fet ggm Bkrdstown 1100 atn iirlVef at Sprlngfi 1 innr pmN OIjo44Leoy Sprhiglield a iDb pm Bardstown 2 91lim Bardtown Juttitrn1mftrrivefe at Louisville 5p m as N 0001 pndayS only gjSftes g SlwinKiield at 715 atp Bards k town 8am Bardstown Junctionp g5 arrives at Louisville YV5jiJ SNo 91rB bnd ys onlyLeaves- Lisvil1q aijtnt Bardstown 1J7ibpm arrivesat SpringfieldA 825 pni T1OccS1 rsII We With to statctoifrndsart i tuyoughcut the tobacco gr wing- sections that ve arC not donnect jed directy or vihairtctly1 with nr otb rvwarehbiQ or ware h p a SOwwise company We conduct a Strictly Inde ndenbaco WarehouseS W 5oin ission Business and res l 4j Sitfully solicit your patronage Cv A BRIDGES Co Proppeq C f t6rfr Picke tTobacco Warehouse liouiville Ky 408 mo a KJLLTHi COUCH SAWDCJjRE THE UNCS cYIr Dr Kings New Discovery l ac c010 Price SOc J100 Frcq Trial IJ ixrest and Quickest Cttre for all THXOAT nhd LUNG TEOUBi I LZ orONBY IACL 1t NOTICE f 4jdesireto uhsre all who lknow ijecnsolyes to be indebted tot mo tol rpni im and settle at once I yb eh burnedjout and it Is r y ff important JhtJt I shoiildj- iprtiiker j speedy collections bf alP t Kiit tiindJng accounts i tTUst mjv jrifeiftdi8willt be prompt in aLter f tikq 1fi nEi Leachmau- r isyMt the nee o t a p1lltak YJtt ittleEed11 er i bL tj18 r pillL Iasjtotafce SUt iari ec vYrhiS iredI 91 by thi 1ec eza8toto wi- IIJS TOWN e Local Happenings oT Interests The Freshest and Latest I AllAbout Yourself Friend I and AcquslntanccS 1 ZDLL wuw v Porch chairs and settees at Campbells t Tin and Glassware at cost at RIi JencesgroceryJ I filletseed The cheapest toWnBarbers Frui jars pints quarts half gallqns at Lawrences grocery WTEDTQbUV twenty sows and P1gSi1W JARBOE i 200 pair shoes and slippers a Uarnpbe1s25capair ana up Dont forget you can get fur iture at Campbells grocery Bring tour eggs and chickens jtOvCamp ellp grocery and get cash 1 1 t rQandies fruits and vegetables of aill kindsTat all prices at LaWt ncs grocery t If you want you dinner sup plies In time send in your drdfer before 9 to Campbell Call for cash coupons with every cash aleandsave per cent Lawrence Grocery- WANTCDTO buy a biltof umber fora small toba6 o barn BurnsITQBACCO PLANTS 1 have to bswjco plant bedsfor sale George rilt QnWH Leacbmans fatm House owners should avoid Oorpamnt in otl rw rds speCIfy reeaS al in jour contracte Vlltb osa1e by W L Jan yMii e are prepared to furnish en graVed visiting cards receptio und wedding invitations etc in thelateststylesA ful line oft samples can Qsseen at the the NewsLeader office u The makers guarantee is bick- feVry gallon of Greefl Seal D6esntmake the paint any bet but qlkeD vou safe in using For sale by W L YancVv akthie KySMiurt the young man r9m Coiiavho was rest iber two weeks ago f r dMfci i an automobile beyond 1ped limit was fined t dojIarsAnd costs before Judg oe in Police Court yesterday Paini economy you 4miglti well make your paint money o as far as possible Use Green Seal and youl wont comk i lain of the distance W L anceylackvil1e Ky v 55 The members of the St Oath s Alumnae will haye a eetitig theeigliteeiTath of June l the members are kindly re Rested to be at the Aademyqr near at hand the seventeenth iiportnt business will be trans cted- jvpr MW Hyatt accompanied IpaBart Smith to Louisville sTweek to qbnsult a specialist Sbout5 ye Ho it cka thorn in it Some time ago and itJs thoughtI that the injury will refult injthe loss of the eye W5tit dialthe pinter say when himYo weje going to use Grreen Seal itie knew he wouldnthave the job off painting yburhouse again for long tune nbtoj y6u knew a good thing so you got Green Seal didnt you For saleby W L Yancey Mackville Ky t Miss Narharazeila Murphy and Mr Wesley Miller were mavrtodm the prfrlprs of the Walton here Tuesday by ifev McCormick The bride Si Gauglter f1rA R11U1 of Mackville whilo the roams Home is at Lorettoj 5S 5Joe A Polinj who recenti graduated with honors at the law school at Louisville tiUs taken offlce with Efbn John W Lewis and will practice ii Springfield Joe sa bright young man and we predict for him a brHliant future- Mr James Et Smith Ihe well RoseIneighborhood suffered a severe l son lasb Saturday by haying valuable mare and colt killed by ilghtnirlg Thelmarets SInItLhalIi colt lJ SJ3cSJakoe Cr the Joqalk TOPIc 1 a n fmiliersthave replaced their gaso lineengine with a steam boiler and engjne The gasolen en glue waspat In a little over a year ago and gave good satisfaction but on account Of the great advance in the price 6fgasblene it was found to oe unprofitable jto operate Itf Thp price of gasolene has Doubled1 ylthin a yearS r Mr GC Wharloi Discovered ori yesterdav morning that his driving mare which he had rquar eredih Wharton Tapps livery stable to be very badly injured The animal had a longj deep c1aeross the fore sholder1 How the injury was inflicted is a mystery unless it wafe th result of some one stealing her from the the stalQtat night during which tmiesh received tliein 5ry f Letter Liiiv List of letters remaining un callejl for in the Springfieldi Ky Po weak Jending June 13 i97 Miss Nora Beaver F Garland Berry f IPo Bqbett 7 f dMrs H B Dag Mrs Billy flamby Henry xi Woodard Miss Anna Hilderbrand Mrs Lena Higean C Mrs Eliza Kinder W rs Lueyqhn3 j Mrs Ora Maddox 4 lt Mrs Mary J Prewitt J JJi Russell y Miss Dora May Jrv Miss Nellie Spaldmg J W Stewart VT fI 7r IMiB EihelQuttpfn y Vaught 11J Persons co mng rorbhesejletteri will please say adyerisedv and give date of list W AlWaters R M tortJNotice to Cre 1 All persons having cia DS against the estate of Thos- Dv Clarkson ileteased are hereby notified tQ present salI to me in care of GL Haydon Spring field Ky properly proven and same will be paidS i istrarip drain Cradles t oL 1 SS Ihave on hand plenty of grain jcradlbs atlepfthe lest natural growth timber At the fame pljfcsnd WHyB6nd Springfield Ky l 1 oii j Sflthglostof my accounts in the fita which destroyed my place of business I trust all per sons knowing themselyeo indent ted to me will come forward and settle either by note or Vitp cash I have rented the stand form rly used bv TM Burton CdnD ditCan be found at that place Oyer Hagan Bros Store V JOHN YMAYES f For scratches burhs cuts insect bites and the many littlecuts common to every jFamily DeWltts Carcqlizeid itcli Hazel SaJve is the bet remedy It is soothing cooling clean ami healing Be sure ycAi get DeWittii Sold by the Red Cross Druij StoreII Near Sight There is n desectof ccyef capable Of more harmfUL re Isuits than myope or near sight Other defects will r pain headaches and eye strain but near sight is a dangerous nmlignuitJtype is qne of the worst evils that can befall theeyes of any j person Prom cQnstn1effort- to see a4 others see the eye f ball takes na iralignant al1yVruptures and hemmorrhages finally breaking down their entirestnictufe Total blind I1ne f is tlie inevitable result Glasses Used in time will pre qentit Nothingjnthewortd will cure it after the growth once begins If you are near sighted even in a slight de gree wear glasses Get glasses that fit you perfectly and wear Uheinl constantly Not jijst for- ieading and sewing no just for walking but all the time For your own good you cannot afford to be without them sire moment c F RUSSELL Scientific Opilcan NC- X3toffIccSpringfleld Ky L AT A RIPE OLD AGE I rSDeathin Louisville tlr E L Dayisori Who Was a former Citizen of Springfield 4SSIj 1 lv Communicated Mr Ed fcmnd L Davison for bWresidenLouisyille Ky V on Friday morn ing lastl June the 7tbi 1907 His Jifewas mainly passed at this place and here his activeS life wasspeijit His father and died here He was born and reared here June J2tif 1823 wjis his birthday So had hefyear of his age No death has ever been mone generally lamented in Washington county His life had e tend d over the average life time allotted to two generations and consideringhis career we may ask who has done more of good than he Who has been kinder and better to his neighbors and fellow men Showing him intimately iin his home and abroad Ilanswerio one He was a man of fine natural talent Full of energy By his own efforts business tact and acumen he rose from small beginnings to great success an 1 splendid achievements in tie business j Jff oild By his own unaided 3tIorts 11e acuired wealth and t fortunefJot the wealth of the miser- sgloating over noarded treasure but thai of a good man whose t greatest happiness was to contribute t0 thejmprovementof his ipwn co ntYJ and State the ed l vatjon Qfhis fellow men the promotion of all wholesome uses and the Contentment protection and welfare 6 f his own fanily He inspired put on foot and Caused jto be carried out the earliest ffortsat public improve ments ihiftlis cqunty His watch word was ever upward and on ward and the to hole force of his life was for the betterment ot his kind In IllS magnificent ancestral home nearth is place comprising six hundred acres of beautiful liljiegrass land assistedbyhis noble wife Mrs Annie Sullivant Davison surpassed by none in culture ijatid refinernent1he for Simanyi and princely hospitality enjoyed by the besti people from all ports of Ketitucky and many from other States No passport to this hbsj pitality other than worth was seduired It was his great est plensurc eye o assist honest effort He never put an obstacle in the AJpay of any worthy younb man of woman making atv honest effort in life He rieverj planted a thorp where a rose would gwMi l A true sentleinanhe was no martinet RQ was no boaster and claimed no credit for the good wbich he did Be was nble to dp it and his gieatest happines was to relieyej distress To turn jinto useful anld honorahlo phanjnels that which otherwise Wbjuld h ive gone to waste and sank iiii the starless nightof despair The roses he plantedin place of Ithortis which were growing rWQr known only to him npd in the unset of life the contemplation of this was a benison to hfmgreat as- iIt was a blessing toothers- In d the dark days ol the civil wart he was a patriot doing aIt he toiild for his country and hsI suffering lellowmen on both sides of tIe bloody ssueandwbUelI Jf lJIi l S5SS not taJS ldiei rendered most valuablel service to the country Among his best friends was thp great soldier aijid patriot General Ulysses S Uraiit whose mighty etTorts brought the war to a sue cessful issue He was the soul ot candof and sincerity always wore concerned for the success andvelftreofbthers than him self A true friend Howof ten have Iseen him suffer t1ekeen- est anxiety for friends But in sunshine or in storm always the saIheGherlul bright manly maii His presence was ev r an inspiration and a promise Many to day wbo were young beginning 1ir struggles when he was in tjhe prime of life and plentitude of success remem bering his enerositYwill shed a tear for himand bless his memorySHe was a Christian Above the grave in the magnificent and beautithlcity of the dead Cave Hill where he lies today beside his true and noble wife be tween whom and Ijimself there always existed worthily per fect trust devotion and affec t VErIto soul In the joy of success and the stress and trial of adverjj ity I have know him He has triumphed over all and gone to hTBr wardIn life he was un sullied Jn death he is without jDearj roses blpokn perennially upon thy graye pur fragrant nd sweet as thy blessed memory SJ JWLSpringfield Ky rune 11 1007 i1-IfERS10NAL rt d David Litsey was in bouisville Sunday H IM Grundyjwas at Lebanon Junction Tuesday Miss Anna J Simms wasm Louisville last week Mr John R Barber was in Louisville last Saturday Mr E A Cox of Qjreeas urg iQ town this week on business Mrand Mrs A E Hundley of Lebanon were here last week Mr Theo Campbellattended the ball game at Bardstown TuesdaySMiss Sudie Mayea and W D Claybrqoke were in Lebancn Tuesday StS Miss Mayme Eidaonj of Bards town hf a guest of the Misses Lee this week MrvMH Russell of Bud tuwn Yisited at the home lEd Ml Uussell last week i Messrs Sylvester Russell and Lev Russell of Lebanon at end ed cciiiit here nt1 rlayi Postmaster T Conwa and Mr R N Wathen of Lebanon were in town hist Friday Mr and rsI John Mahon of LeEanon spent the day with the- E Mayes family here Tues day 7 it Prof Oharlcs praycroft of Meade county visited lhis sister Mrs Loren a Young here this week f Miss Margaret McOhord re turned from Louisville last week where she has been attending g6hQplt Iparer Medley accompanied to Owensboro Mqnday and will remain at that place for a visit Misses Ellen and Margaret Simms visted their sister Miss Flaget atNazireihthe first of the week Mr and Mrs W E Le chman- IhaV3movedfrbmtb waltou to Leba mlon from Burgin Tnesday She was ac companied by her brotherinrlaw Mr JD U Moore Mrs M irgaletNorman and baby of Qhattanoog Tenri are here for ft visit to Mr and Mrs W H Ijeachman dI andwfort last week tp appear before the Court of AppealsI t Miss Emily Russell bas re turned from Cincinnati where she bad been as a member of aI house party at the home of Mr Margaret Bert Mr and Mrs AC McElroy Mr and Mrs W T McElrby and Mrs JLr Wharton went toLouis vllle aturday to attend the funeral of Me Er L Davison Miss Margaret Medley leaves this week for Springfield Ill where she goes toi attend the commencement exerpises ora college at which her sister Miss Isabelfeis a studentj Hamilton Robertson has re turned from Winchester and has resumed his position at the Walton Hotel He says that Wood son Mosses doing well in the hotel business a Winchester tMessrs George Uolvin Theo Campbell John Grace B Fr Simms John F Simms and Joe F Pettus attdedithe baseball game between the Bardstowns and Nebraska Indians at Bards townruesdayoil Messrs Robert Mayes and Sptingfieldboys S College afler spending a few days at home have returned tQ Lexington Robert Mayes willI lake two years in one atthe college and will consequently = taliea special summer course Maury Durrett will also take Ill special studies this summer = silvering Mirrors XUirors are usunlly slivered by coat = Ins tli0 glass with amalgam For tills purpose a large perfectly flatstone Is prodded and upon it Is evenly spread = n sleet of tin foil wIthout crack or WtTIlls Is covered to the depth of ohe61ghth of nnlpcli with clean mer curyoThe plate oJJ glass perfectly fcleaned from all grease and Impurity Is floated on tothe mercury by sliding so as to dude all air bubbles It Is then pressed down by loading It wltli wigbts In order to press out all the mercury whlcli remains fluid This Is received In a gutter round the toueJ ItAfter about twentyfour hours It gently raised upon itsedge and In a few weeks Jt la ready to frame I SIHis Psrseveranco Henry Arthur Jojnes the noted Eng lish play wrlght was giving the students of Yale an address on the drama Your American vernacular la picturesque he said and It should help racyIany- thing else Isot moment If persevefc ance Islqcking No playwright can succeed who is like a man I know be said last first Dp you seven to two tSti 1 BISIGELTI I Xsk fOr Bisight The new invisible Double Glass ThE zS only double glass that is C forIJt t r sell theKryptox and plfetI J B ifocaV Glass Sg DR W C GRIGSBY ti has one of the best Optical Stores in the Ue has statetladded to his the foll e lowing instruments The C g Geneva combined Retina e scope and Ophthalmoscope and the C I Ophlbalmo J nfeier for measuring the as tigmatic Eyes He has in Jj g stalled a water motor and g j put in a dynamo for light- j g ing up the above iinstru J j raents He fills Oculists J g Prescription and does all J J kinds of frame work j g Frames rnqde to order ttp fit J J any facepe is pJakingYaiJ g specialty of fitting glasses j J and fits tnem correctly and J guarantees satisfaction t WqRIGSBY Tb LeadiiQt1clnB- AlkD5TWN LcLct KENTUCKY U4 dJ r is1 SPECIAL SAEi f FOR NfPWBBK 4 h 4 i I Of Ladies WaistaSatine Suits SeiDarate Skirts Silkq I LawnWaistsU itin ordr to redyce eSt ck lfi h1 dei jg I partrrtent wewillloffer aspecial 10 Per tetC DisOllDlzI Hr J t FOR N1 WEEK IINoold goods includedih thsale EyerWi tS Iateat designs nX We haVejioreverjud a f witmjft tIMe Mil VJ fment thaf re flot the VERY Newst stykrgood cdndition which we williJ for IIin Cilaltf Pcei I yiVlht q r oe too slow to take advantf pfE tuiolfet I IIDont t ilt6seeourstockof always f ii J f I Ladiesd S 0Oxfordsi dSI Jrt 1 fft1 iJi riIt you Wishi the corrcctthing r IIThe Roberts l ClavbrookCO J i1 r i 1ii f J t1t 1Ii p 1 Bargains Big Bargain 1 1 t t j t A T COST t 1 t I 2 iINTIN AND GIASSWARE t irGoodbargains 4 ft t in Mascnsiiar1pIntsi0 j jr1IIr jf MY tock ofGrocerie s omplebsi vry Iias tJ Meatt lard Sugar and Row f t jfJ oIi-sold at close prices for cssh4 Cottntrjr prcaes ia wti j t change same as cash r t fj 1Il CASH PAID FOR EGGS ar l FIVE PER cENT OFF rot CASH CalFtr CnI Csiuui jjfe 4 W P IAWRI3NCI3 lZli 1 J l s w Want tId iL f t- ri 2It i TTo0 Exohailgeh i rIj 3O000WorthofGoods i f i FORONayJj tY 1 ir i have Th G fttWe i- 1ANeedTheYouiIeTheMoney l r I aw1UiNftd I alXJWlntohe eI i 1Mbfind we have thiii ll k r f must goquickly wwill aiakpricto sth JhI fjjO Special nducctitiouyer i I t GRUNDY1LIJITIRES tt A A i NEW9LAI3 7VfJliit MO- ww Appd Hi Gwrdi Mk HLf iiy CothA into JM nether PClan i pijettr years otdrysttlp =lmii of Walter JDelareYil hit1gl street her husband jwho A ktwetity asd a minor In the probate epurt IB Chicago she at once decjded aCCOlrlngtow VivaQlous Mrs Delaney Is the jflrst j rJife pa record to toe madeconseryator f Sjf all hrhjisibanlIs ivorldlygoods and t terjdlCiatorI ot lila ha til ts and geneiaV mode 1 jellrlng She and De1aney are happy jiuican be together but that fact has t AA prevent the wife from 1laying r dOWn a code of rules for her husband k tG ldcbJss Interesting as her guar fdiansblp Is unique frsIn hlslegal guardian ns welt a- sI 14 wife oshe declared and he k1veto 4a just as I say I am I i f JdqblY the ruler of this household now Vrhecourt te behind meT r Her are some of the domestic laws eMn Deltney declares she will en focSj j JiMHbanct may smoke as many dfffti er pipe oC tobacco as Jie wishes tiayfrom home but not one Jn hIs fWIQonI e c Efe may Mv0 three glasses of beer He tky i must beat home by 6 oclock In tth veilg antay there 43iuot be prepared to walk the JfHb7 stall hours of the night without ej4bWmnrHe Lust be wUIlnS tq wheel the gcr- s i etJtoo porks on Supday p t He must tale his vite to a theater- r Yeast once a weeki J Tic pf uew gowns net new bon must not be too cl sel censored f latd ihe bills must be me promptly iJ r k BIT19t TONGUE IN T4 fat ng Accident to Autoist While l J Cranking Machine His t ngue overed by qnln01Uli Mtary bite of his teeth Blon J Arnold Chlcfcos 3yX0 n year traction es jertand pro 11nlnt fclectrfcal engineer 1clll be nnable to talk for some tithe IArnold was Jerked by a sudden t r movement of the engine of his antonio Wle when bE was trying to crank t agalst the auto frame bringing his t Scn dbwn ori the radiator with such 1 X3riforccj that heort off almdst half qt his JtoPSUe Cj Frantic with pain and with blood tS j atreamIng frn his mouth 3fr Arnold Ijumped intoftiiei automobile and made t Ji jk wfld run from the entrance of Wash IpirtQa park where the accident OCCUIH c red to Mercy hosplfal scveredttoT tonSU on a uior j i paInful operation Health Commls Jfitorier Evans hold out assurances of Ii tIspeedy recovery ABDUCTS INDIANI MAID sk4v Ul WateKidnapaRcd Damsel and Drops 1 Her Before a Car I jPul Beyer of KewTork tellfIn love ngMQvin Indian maiden and abducted s 4hereariy on a recent jnornlng With 4 lout asking her consent he tucked her ijnfder his right arm nnd stdrted for usfhome 425 EJtft Twentyfifth streets f Jocrqsslng ThIt avenue at Sixtyfifth gtreetn Beyer 4tumbled and droppedll fXfaidlitX CAli HIT HEW MiD CUT OFF HER LEFT jijils ladylove arid a trolley car hit her 5r5aiici cntoL her left hand and a box of Jgars Thereupon he wits arrested BenjnmIn Ungur who Ieops n cigar j Jsjojre Ill 1107 Third avenue owned the malden and It was in front of his I pIace tnatv Beyer kidnaped her Beyer promised In the Jforkvllle court to 6keamend to him and was dls charged He saId hewaS a waiter in tlt Waldodlstorta Tt1e maiden was 4wooden yDeoperate Sattloi With Angry Rats 21Y In a battle With rats Abrahanr Huns jberger of Lansdale Pa killed twenty eight yblch had attacked hIm while nsmany m6re escaped When tbe flght Jegan he struck at one huge bray rat jvith thehoeTbc animal squealed I ic1t1d In an instant the loft was full of fats wblch attacked Hunsberger grab bfng litlils leglt and tearing his tron serswith their sharp teethothers jump y Jjajf on his back and snapping at him SS Hunsberger Cropped the boa frighten t fwUftd endeavored to get out of the I tot through n trapdoor The door r bed caught and finding he could not 4e1it open he again grabbed the lhoe t f Vnd with part of the handlers a weap f p fought the infuriated little animals AIJLCSrThey Are FrdTf Curjoui 1 tttt Blarjt Roots llTlij oypross kneft Is n familiar objectt 1 tffZ liAvtl thi lowJuullC01 uifa of the ortitfr 7 jirfljuttirere are thnvisanda of northern sjpeoplo who have iievwj seen them and I i7 4herer are mojiy southarn people too jwbo jfbave J9tacoll them till they- jj nightiv ti r feaves fa anywhere frotn six lnriw a vu QiA zrv in neignt ana its roufluea top and flattened sides giveliIt very much the shape of a human leg bent at the fence till thlghtl1c1calfar brought ro gathe r hence the appropriate name of knet rfoUsInsthe life of a cypress tree writes a irIrespondept of Forest and Stream for they are part of its root system nmtdoI npt grow independently They were not prints trying to grow into trees fortliey never developed branches mid the final conclusion was that their oily use Was for people to stumble over How aud why such useless appendages to the tree were formed was a mystery until pneduy when drifting down a dep channel which had been washed through a cypress swamp the secret was exposed The earth had been washed away from the roots of some othe treed and roots in all stages of growth were In sight None of these rqots waar less than two and onehalf inches Urick and of uniform size clear to their tips 01 rather clear to their blunt ends for there was no tip oiInt for that purpose but when the blunt end of a root encountered something too hard to push through it befit or buckled In the line of lleast resistance and this was generally toward the top ot the ground and the continuing growth of the root pushing the bend further upward made the fend closer until finally the two arms of the bend were close tog therland they grow together with one sheet of bark inclos lug both STUDY YOUR HORSE If the Animal Has Mental Troubles Try tjo Remedy Them Tp begin with does your horse suffer rom nostalgia orhomeslckness Most horses do and many really pine away and die from no other cause We can at least by making the por creature thoroughly comfortable do all in our power togiye his pain surcease and to njake him happy and ontented for than homesickness of the acute and chronic form men knows few more wearing ailments Is your horses position sociable or misanthropic ISI dont know Well why not find out Does It lrrltatehuin to have his yoke mate or neighbors eating noisily and visibly while be does Is privacy evl den tlY his preference V4ry Wel then by boards Or zinc or tin or canvas shutoff both sides of his stall afr the head so that he may eat In peace and live the isolated life which he prefers- If he lays back his eas or snaps at his neighbors or fidgets and kicks at the partitions etche does not fancy company at least at meajtlroes and he will lie better do better and here the pocket comes in keep more cheaply if you cater to his fancy If on the contrary a shy feeder let him see others eat even let him by a simple arrangement feed from the same manger as one of his neighbors which Is to be tied up short until Mast r Dainty hascntenaU he will when upon al Iswlng the neighbor to partake the fas tidious one will redouble his efforts to eat just to spite thd late cojinec at the feast The writer has used this plan with many popr feeders from race horses down and t lays with the best resu1tsFtL Ware In Outing Magazine He Hadnt Changed a Bit The Smlthsfhad invited the minister to d inep As the last course was reached Jlttle Willie who had been closely watching the guest almost con tlnually through tie meal looked over at him once more and said You havent changed a bit since you started eating have you Mr Curtis Why no laughed the minister Why do you ask that question Because blurted Willie confused by the pairs of eyes focused on hIm because I heard pa tell ma youd make a big hog of yourself as soon as you got your eye on the corned beef and cabbage Bobenilan Magazine FOUGHT WITH A FISH Swimmer Struggles With Sturgeon and- Saves Him Alive Bather man lose an imnjense stiir geon which lie hail just purchased John Sp nr of Seaford Delj jumped into the Nantlcoke river after the huge fish when It flopped overboard He went down with the sturgeon and When both man nnd fish came td the surface they swam together Spear called to a number of men to come to his aid and also yelled that lie- TUhY SWAM TOGETIIERi would swim across the river If neces sary in order to save the fish After a fierce battle the owner aided by oth ervrfnuded the prize Spear had bought the fish from Jaiu9i BeunOtheaught It The Oldest tart oif thdf storjr Is that the sturgeon first was actually tut onqu by Benluett to sho t Spear that It con tlieIt vouched for bv a number of witnessing t tV AAAAAAAAyyyvyyyyy t1 12t Cos4jt1ercenti need large amount of n uri tetedfdnnSj nurishIJyq Y iakt ione Wod aha muscle wits ut pu1hgnykxodALL iAND IocS+ Ht PRESEIITEDATCQ URT Experience of an American HI an Englisli Royal Levee rI fA RAPID TRANSIT FUNCTION He Was In and Through and Out Be fore Ho Really Realized What Had Happened The Way His tDifficulty About a Costume Was Overcome A sir loot American who had se nfUshl self In a pretty predicament op his notification paper was tlio flint that levee dress was Indispensa tISlteniocratkto mOan that frock coat and sliluy shoes would bel called for He wau Jn the act of looklngbvcr his bost duffle of that natuie when a more ipxporlehcdd fruuid called mid1 can ht him in thq act The friend mode hasto to Inform the mlsguldbd Yrtukee that levee idreks iuvolveff silk stockings rufled sleeves black swprd iiud other ltC1tt i1J9uedtogirth no borrbwable suit wasnillscov eyed and no illor could be foujid who would make one before the next after noon At last nBtn geQe dress was tented from ills ifajestysS theater wherp it had love duty In The Lat of the Dniidles AftSr the levee was over Uic Amcri can confessed Hint he hardly tkiicw what had happened When he relched the palaqe he was first surroiudtFyt- he yeomen of the guardt who started hfm upstairs with great dispatch hi the course of his progress upstair Uc yeomen disappeared and he found himself i i4a lane of tin plated life guardsmen Agalq thje scene changed says Towni and Comitiy anti there was a Jajio of royal f49tnen anti next a large rpbm filled to overflowing with Vadmlrals generalsj ulplouiats peers chaiiljerl lOins soldiers and sailors ofalHde grees of commissloued rank aijil a great host of inca nttired like himself InIlevee dksss One by one they Were sIugJedotitund ushered into the jrpyal presence in Pie adjoining room iere stood the Jklng surrounded by his lit The work of presentation wi so rapid that the American found hi iself pufand In another room bofoicuo knew what had happened His ovcr coat was on his back In the sauw rapid mysterious fashion and the1 next thing hfe knew he was outside in the courtyard But he was actually presend and 9 now torever lIof fahlg or eligible for presnntatlon litany court in the world provided he be haves himself il this wasTrreliminary tj the pres entation tIle maWs wife and daugh tea jat the drawiug obmfilen are pre seated at thej kings levees and the women undergo the same ordeal at the courts ordraAving rooms which are by far the more imposing functions It Is probably no exaggeration to say that eery time a drawing room is held 100000 is spent by tile people who go ta court Joue but a very old habitue of the ctfurt and then she Is never below the rank of ja countess1 would dream of appearing at court in a costume that she hiid worn there before Tile item of flowQrs alone is mie of vast hiipor jltance If it were not for thedrawlnp roomj the large florists could not exist Every woman who Is presented goes nnnedwith a bouquet whose vajrie Is at lejtst a POPuud some of plein are worti ten tmes that sum Then there are the bookmakdrs and the bosrers and the mJHInejrsto consider to say nothing of the peofile who lend carriages Suppose Hhere are at a low estimate 500 people on the prehentatnu llst Of these uvery mothers daughter lias herself photographed In her cqurt cos tunic and London court photographers are notorious Cor their stiff prices St James park on thtj night of a drawing rbgrn Is filled with Londoner who wander up and down the dou ble Hue of carriages stalled in the mall peering into the windows and critlcls lug the costumes of the matrons multi their debutante daughters It14s a legitimate privilege of the populace to cor aider those waiting for presentation as objects of Interest mind there the latter have tp sit stoiiilj of tbqm over an hour subjected to time gaze of Lou don citizens You 500 half a dozen shopgirls flattening their noses against the window rn motor brougham and carrying oh a rapid lire conversation about the hess of milady and her daughter Inside AinMhe beootiful Mary Ann or Wot do you thhik of this iui 01 dont like crgowit nt alL51 All this line to be borne with Spar tan fortitude so long as tlmre Is no rowdyism but strange to sits there lnever Is A good many popple starve them selves for months so that they mid their offspringiuay have the money to enable them to go to court There are half pay colonels who live Iu tlio country whose ohe objectt is to como up for a drawing ioom Generally they have Influential and wealthy friends who make it easy for them in the matter pf lodghip hi town nnd lond them their horses carriages nnd footmon ot1ierwjseit Would be im possible for themtto go There seoms to be a tradition qmnns daugh tcr nst not tbltIf at court her way to a ujarrinse will not be so t of course Is a fallacy smoothtJU never dies and so anl en dure endless sacrifices that they may put the hall mark on thelnselvus and their offspring BOMBARDED WITH PAINT Angry Woman Makes Villaga President Look Like Rainbow- RunUjInj Avildly down Main street New Baltimore Mich his face streaked With several different hues o paint Floyd E Andrews lpresideiit of time village presented all odd spectacle He looked like a billboard In a gf lc of wIndorBehind Andrews rushed Mrs lyn don Perkins Stanley divorced wife A IA Stanley formerly of tie Detroit United railway and notv manu er of l lineSll and her ifft a palette on which wero nil tilt colow of lie rainbow By the time she lout finished tit president would easily hitve passed for an Indian In full war paint but An drews acted anything elso jut the part IgnmuhuilousiJodgdIjito proprieorbarred lJeQltIlJwhile Andrews escaped by a war door The woman in tlllS case Haiti the president later imagines I have o1 o Sli deulUI11tjJ t1IlQlo f tut ta i d1 norurxrs tv win v ufor I refused You know tUG ttMrs Stanley went to New Baltimore last summer liked the place dnd set tied The natives know little a out her save that she Is attractive FWhat she wanted the president to apologize for Is not disclosed l NbRE SDANcE1 ON ROOF Birth of Spanish 1jeir1cives New York Girl d Brifin Storm r High up omIthe coping qf the Herald dancllPerl1Q every5oneaISpamlIshmshe iapsed Into English and cried I1am a Spaniard und an heIr Is bonito Spain Viva la Espnnal Firemen were sumraonedjiud spread a net In the street bdlJBWi but tb6 sendiita only laughed and continued her dance and Sonp Tuejv the janitor climbed out on thp roof Then sbe snsW him the woman begiin i jronaiojl LkiH dane j with mi imaginary skirt and cheered the louder She was overpowered and taken Bcliovue where silo mi she was nle Loftus aii employe of the hotel She ben Tier cciebra on ae soon as she beard of time birth or tlie prince in Madrid i I PIGEON WANBERSJSlX YEARS Returnsto Brooklyn Nay Yard to Find Old Home Shdt Up After an absence of six years one of tie navy libmlng pigeons has return o4i to the dovecot on Cob dock In time Brooklyn ujivy yard The lone bird was seen hovering over the building on the dock but noparticular atten thou was paul to It until it made say eral unsuwtssful attempts toorcc thQ door of the old dbvccbt This building Is now used as a store house aud when time pigeon made 1i THE PIOEOX MADE IJUTED ATnarrra TO roneis iuu WOK attemptto enterlt jld home K found the door and nil the windows closed Several officers and met watched with interest its repeated ch irgesv Finally U desisted from its futije efforts aud per iled upon the peakiDf the roof So exlmusted was It that no of the men from the receiving shii Hancock huq no dlfllculty in capturing It Ho now has It In his quarters ajodrd ship It seems pierfectl cintent to rQmalu and has a good chance 0I become the lit mnscotj The hfinlng pigeon service was es oh Cob dock In July 1SQO Thc bIrds used to be e mpioyOd In ear rylnj nidssages to the yard from out going warships Durh g Uje Gblum blaShaniroetf luternatio lal1 yacht race a few years ago these pigeons kept the navy department irfqrmod of the progress of the contest The longest fly any of thL birds c cr made was from Cape Hatteras to time BrbpClyn navy yard This pigeoncarrier service has now become obsolete Time wire less telegraph has2iipplLiifced REVIVED ATER ANGING Condemned Negro Now f ccand the Law Cant iou Him IlcportK roceiyed at F rt Worth Tex from trainmen and pluseiigers on the Southern Pacific state limit John Ami strong a negroliHiijjA 4t Columbus Tex Friday April 19 tar wire irur der revived after behu placed in rtht collin and whim given t fhlR brother at Sealey for burial was given medical attention It Is declared that At mstroumg Is now living and that friend und relatives are keeping matter jnufcl fearing the state will again ster Iu If Armstrong hs4lvln he will1 be tIm oiily living man who hat paid jhe death penalty The fsict tpa t he was pro rendersIthe state powerless to agnh enforce the dfcath penalty J tocry sIItMs nnadvl ahle to bitho a child In lot than an hour and t liaif after eat lug Bulbing draws th btood to the snrfiice away from thct dlxestlvS orr Tana mid Mius interfere with the proc 3fs of ilIg ton A daily nap Is of the reatoat service to growing children and if the habit Is moo fovnted tim chlldrtn will irot ol Jict to rd is a mistake to give young chlldrer litmuch mentor to niWUICU to eat pepporjbr rich riiuices Such a IpfwHI Irn1lr fiT dlpqttnti ffafJ atAuction At any rate you seem to be getting rid of it on ijucrionsaie principles goihgi going gone Stop ttpe auction with Ayers Hair Vigor It certainly checks liilling hair no mistake about this It acts as a regular medicine mjiKes the scalp healthy Then you must have healthtl1airtfor its natures way The best J nd bi a toitiaonlnl Sold for 6var sixty years o- tI4II1JeTJAAL MONTHLY MISERY pi r is one of womans worst afflictions It alwaysI leaves you weaker and is sure to shorten your life and make your beauty fade To stop pain take Wine oFCardui and iit will ielpto relieve your misery regulateyour functions make ypu weljbeautiful lahd stron It sa re r liable remedy for dragging down pains backache e dJache nervojjspess irriik ility sleeplessness dizzmess1 fainting spellsl and similar troubles A safe and efficient medicine for all womens painsand sickness j MrsJJ L Broadhead of Panfori Ala writes IhaV- usedtardui i for my disee which t eIiar tov rwrn Women and iit has completely cqredrn At ALL DRUG STORES TO 1 00 BOTTLES WRITE US A LETTER describing fully all your symptoms ind we send you Free Advice lesAdljdicl e Coattan WINE OF PEOPLE OF THE lAY The New Swedish Minister Coi ut Ucrninn Lagercrantz the hew Swedish minister at AVnshingtpu Is 6 dt thq imost Interesting meuibers t time diplomatic Cups The son ot a cou icllor of state he was educated for a military career nd in due time boc line an officer in one 6f Hhe cracK regiments of the Swedish armyHIs resignation from limo regiment In iSS9 to jolu the Salvation Army caused a mild sensation in Stockholm Dovothig his efforts to the social rather than time religious side of the UBUiLi nXarncnrz movement Mr igercrantz labored for some time In his native land Later lid and Ids wife went to London and for several years worked exclusively Ini the lowoet slums Becoming a col- onIlmo was transferred to nil la about 193 but after a two years stay ness jccmpelted his return to Sweden So me time after he scvisrcd his eonneci thou with the Salvationl Army Since 1SOU Mr Lagercrautz has been associated ywltlt his brother k1In the management of the VIrsbo steel works in the central part of Sweden What Gab Will Do District Attorney Jerome of New York was talking at a dinner nboutthS power of speech Speech talk he said ifit Is fast and fluent and earnest enough will achieve miracles turn black white do anything A woman went to buy a new bon pt the other day The salesman getting his tongue slightly twistd brought out a handsome bonnet and saul rapidly anti exeltoully 4A great bargain madam the last one left They bl1 cJtl1 goife off like hot cakes nut no wonder formerly S10 nOvo1tered for 15 4Ill take If the WWKJII much Im pressed said hastily v Noted Labor Lawyer CInreiibe S Barrow the Chicago lawyer who Iu aoiiior counsel rtfth mlmW accused ofth murder of f6r uier Governor Steunenberg of Idaho hUH been connected with many im portant labor cases lie was counsel for Eugene Debs who the latter was prosecuted as a result of tile great western rallwfiystrike In tIme anthracite arbitration proccct lings In 1902 Mr Durrow was at the ht ad of the array of legal assistants for the United Ilne Workers lie iilw defended Steve Adams recently jtrled for complicity In alleged murders attributed to the Western Federation of Miners Born In OhIo jlfty years ago Mr Darrow Is recognized as one bf Chi cagos keenest lawyers lIe line held Important positions utider varlpus city governments aqd served a term In the Illinois legislature Tie was the close friend and political associate of John P Altgdld and delivered funOnil oration over the bpdy of the former fCLrgovernor of Illinois He preaches the doctrine of nonreslstnucu and prac tlces the simple HfeSIrl Darrow has done much literary work in the way of essays mind short stories He has also written several books in one of which Resist Not Evil he advocates T stars ideas regarding government nlllIproperty Jiiiis doatt3 Jr CARDUIi I b row as lstea priuc paiiy oy rrauiv Ynnijeefiounwemtt bug enough to cOunt almost as a native son Richardsn has been or on3rl rot tthe WsteuuFederatIot of Miuers hi Its Coloraiio lights anti has a great fonntatou Jjrbughont tlie west asi a successful criminal lawyer RQw THE HOUSEWIFE iLaundrjJSuggestrbnSi Hang a card on the wall over the tubs with the following directions plainly written Remove stains ofi Fresh fruits with bolllng waterl WIn and red ink warm chlorine W t C coa and blood cold water G is3 and machine oil cold water and soapiY rnish and oil paints turp6ntine Ir soap f It rust and Ink weak Solution of oxalic acid one tablesioonfuj to one glass pf water Cciil tnpjor wagon grease larihthen sOt1 rjivifsh altcrnatdly with water and turpentine V J STable linen wrun by hand Irons much better than thajt wrung by ma chine Boll airdalnty white clothespin shong pillowcases This haves much wear and tear Use both large anti snan Ironing boards covers for these should be shapedandfasteuedwlth tape instead- of pins Make apron bag of strong material foE clothespins Fixing an Old Floor An old door that hams been abused by having tucks driven into it and other careless treatment may be put in good condition for rugs First buy some putty and work Into It enough wood dye of oil stain to make it of tbe sam tolor as tIme hoer Flit jthe holes and Bcrape with a putty knIfe This will take time for the lIttht ei holes are not easy to see and fill If uhcolored putty h used if will be in tsOIas mucbof a turement as the original trouble If paint has been drpppejd anti dried in spots Jon the floor scrape off with tt knife lund brush time places overwtna little stain to make uniform with the Yostqf the floor before ivIngthe gen eral coat of er the wbolel t Dressmaking Hints A good way to hang asklrt for ones self Isto sen up seams nresSs nicely baste tucks or plaits In plxce put band then fojd skirt hr h lIt aiid lay on table and take a finished skirt wItch hangs correctly and lay over same putting a bastIng or row of pins around bottom edge to show where to turn up new skIrts easy and satis factory way To put In sleeve correct ly fold jarmhole having center fold Come ole Inch back of shoulder seam and where the half cornea Join under Kcahuof sleeve This nlwaygbisures a perfect fit S An Aid to thp Housewife A handy article for household use baa recently been patented by a New Joe soy man a picture of which Is here UtEiSILiIOrl with shbwu Its object Is mainly to nssistl9 preserving theold ruietif a place for everything and everything In Its pjace This wire holier Is small and can be readily seeureil In convcn lent position It provides a pre for the broom a cup or two a brush and numerous other small kitchen utensils THE ORIGINALLA- XATIYECOUGHSYRUP for all Coughs and assists In expelling Colds from tho sys tcm by gently morin the bowels A certain reHef for croup and whoo pinecouch acariy oil vuer ZLrelconstl Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowel contains Opiates The Red Clover Blos som and the Honey Bee is on every bottle n KENNEDY LAXATIVE CONTAINING H NEYWAR rcrAxsD or L 0 PUVITT kcQ OHIOAQO U 4 I Have WNttin My LitOI Farms From thisvad erlisement tempo I rarilyiriiorcferthat 1 may revise it dnd Ifwil1I In a shor time annourie le t16t f SIBe Great Bllrgains I I 4In farms and Town rtytX lit the meantime I am prepr ed io show prospective ircharssome very desirable fiiis Correspondnce SoIicited it T J iirT B D1 I T1flKE 4 1F y The RaJ Estate and Insurance jM l t Dc noU suffer wiThsevrej Headaches I wheii8F Will Cure You IIThe liver is the mainspring for thi whole Body To expqgt good health one musfc keep tho liver in good order Td tjo so f regulator is needed Herbiae will put ypur liver ia the con dition itshould be and you will not sUffer from headachet POSITIVE CURE t FOR CONSTIPATION CHJjLLS ANDI FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS Has Doite A World Of toed jVIrs C D PhiUey Marblo Falls Texas writes IhaT used perbine and find ib tho best liver correctiTo Ih vtjBT r tried It done my iamliy as well as myself a world of good and I tecomraend it to all my Irieiuls I filter suffer froa headaches anymore Itsue WILL BPY m t I BaHard Snqw Liniierrt Co J 500502 N Seco lSt ST 14O4J SMO r Sold and Recomrperided bYJRed Cross Drug Store Louisville isBoomfflff THES VILLE ABOUf DOYOUJO 590000 LOUIS FACTS O BmMT STRATTONBHSIXESSCOLLEK WORlDInroducqandjuypiM Sopfs4oyintheSouth s8eJ4ctricliiJrLouisvOKIsadtycrBSAirn propwtyvtlMtioai UI4JOU1tneotWIn LOUISVILLE GUMBERUNUEHPHONE TELEGRAPH ILong dlatanco 4 4od tettphoneff of this ComPAny enable you tqi talk almost anywhere In Southern Irtdlana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessiee Mississippi anb JLouIsIana Wodth put you In quick and atlsfactory communication wrth the people this great section of the country W4PlIcltyourpatronaie reasori ablQi Equipments facilities uneur passed IAMESE CALDWCLL LELAND HUME LWEIS 1lrciaent S OeaJ Vkftt hIi7 JIt 01l IVIVIndgmUiOBflotseh Windfalls are caused by strains aId they cnn be removed by ujnff the following Mix two drapa blnlbdlde of tucrcurj with throe ounces Wrd nub on ti little once u week and continue it for several weeks D MclntosYSf In AmarieanAgrl u1turiSt Vegetable Cutter A piece of ol handsavr riveted to a Bhovel handle with bracks makes an txcellcnf tool Tar root cattJu for eat tie The piece oJ Raw B tf course pround to an e Thficbs lxoulir a teucent hrxtmn bIb x simple and tnsteil lbornenat1 picture froW way be constructed frOm comuioit gait pipu cut into suitable lemugiht nnd tied together atv time torn uers with BLoo istrlQf A ncatpaiC weight imy he mftdg by inpH iK half ii brick In papec such aTjutcherir U60 and tyluv It with red tape A dainty tovel rack uay be faiiVJiatejl firop I haselJsill bat and tvo clsnr boxer Shellac time lioxoa aud iaiidpapcr thus bat An tl1unry cobulestoa haiul ijalnted with jftiiTpHack l 4nabseiu0ml ammonia umlics art pxccllcWt duor weight A novel feriwI rdr tJUf tidlovia siuokcw zany beIhtide CroHi Kiuall strip ot tine Jitdi plank 5 pe holes Inlt for thy ttemf of the jftx to jJiis through A difed wniikjnfelott ttiejl jjakcR au ttttractlv tobacco jar 7 i l tobacco az handles and ptambers Lduisrllla tetoehome jrfthftlarf art Oman toriesInUjeword indb urban lIneSt TnJLHOMESlto city 200000000 It bac Ux grandest park system in the United States and many mar nineent public buildings and ahnrchM and U the home of the WORLDS LEA DiNQ COM MERCIAL SCHOOL EDreUatthlssebool terprls1ngy HkaLoais flte NOW is Ua time to I rtta CaMpciMlrei KY linos of Ratee and t f 8ZIlU tf It READKII sUs X5IkZINX I beatrt1IiUyiWijllttIC 9 all the1Fif W isE CAMERLCtA1TS iIZOi i i IROAD OF A TJOUAW W5-a Lo ei 175 p =tE ct r ar Tis1335 r1d 1fM ii Lt1fzr 0 z- J1A4iisiaIsils tStJrrZrrij fQF1oeiIB l t 1 IpsiisiflDoi1y rid MId the NiiLeadtr at 2 50 a yeir is yet the cheapest propo tiltiOQ fur a good daily a ii- a good hojuti weekly