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t1Mf qbOctToWeyertJt QrueDrugF3tea W NI3WS4J3ADERI 1907p4w7jfi iInWrU i mwi li ii i iii i ftn JCoc THe Old Country Store t Minna Irving I have shopped inl London Paris WBetlin onoluluandJIavanaI iidinburjg and Cork Boston Denver and New York But delight has never thrilled nie yourEcandy At the little country store What a weaithbFthingsthc4v- etSead lbefore my youthful eyes Painted tpts andjcheese and crrck ers Calicoes ofrgaudy dyes0 Everything from pins to plasters eeded on this earthly shore Was dispensed across1 the counter Of the quaint old country store Then it was the village fathers cropstWent fat gum and licorice drOns Memtfry brings the gr yhaired ow I ner Clearly to my ga e once more Tying up the tea and sugar Inthedim old country store There ourmothers tov weigh us On the antiquated scafcs And the yplage waitedweekl Ther e arrival of the inails t Oh the Wall for all to re ad it Hun g the iatthat held thej score Buthpoor were never harried t j By the good old country store i iOrugV and food adulterations Then were tricks as yet undrcajn ed And the butter and molasses Were exactley what they seemedtt Oh the world wQuld be the better iiAnd inbre solid at the core If itsbu nesswas conducted Like t ic dear old country store teslies Weekly Y v il rrf o4ccoAt the regular ijLjj meeting of the StateBoard Dire tbrsof th eBurley To a co Society held at J best- t rlastWeeksoin facts of iin vtereatto the members of the- o upoolwere developedt It seems that here have been oUlers from buyers for the pooled tobacco coming from various ino dependent oqanufacturers and a v of which Mr WC McChord is1a member was apC pointed to take the matter pip Chairman p G Kile of Men cer county in wrftlDgofthe matter gays The outlook is most att ring and there seems little doubt that very shortly he iindependent factories will unite and make a bid for a large1 partofjtheholdingi of the So a cietv Reports from the yari ous counties show that six mil lion pounds of the 1906 crop are in the hands of the Society of Equity Estimates and figures were also wade of the 1907 crop and it was stated that 92000 out of a possible 135000 acres inJ Kentucky and 147 COO in the United States had already beeen 1saldjJ troll of the current yearcr6p b7I the Society All Of this is good newjs to the tobacco grower and should strengthen his faith if e his faith needed any moret strength The growers have t certainly done their part in this matter and if anytBing goes amiss it certainly cannot be lo1dl l J at the door of the grower The most cheerful news which could probably come from this busi t ness just now and news thafC would cause every tobacco rnothis hat would be the news oi the sale of the pooled tobacco at a good figure There is no dej nyingthefacb that haying so much money tied up in the to aac so crop which in others years has been in circulation is cads sing a decided stringency iin the local money markets To a farmitg community wbich de moneyif if prolonged is likely tot become serious but there is every prospect of relief before many days This let us hope will comb speed ly ift the shape of agoodsale ai 0satlsfactorypooled tobacco W1JEQOG TAix The mpmeti tout question o the Itown dog tax 1fagain bob d j3 and the citjy council of the cit Springfijd have a problem oit th4khd theaolying ot whielI hpuld ketJLthfea busy for spm tim ue A uu trotdtl t aJkj owners have refused tto pay the special license tax imposed on dogs in the town and it is propor sed to test the question in the courts It is claimed that the Croan dog tax law i eq acted at the last session of the Legisla ture nci the constitutionality of lwhioh is now before the court o- fpealineffect repeals all the ordinances on dogp heretofore adopted mallcities ot Kentucky except the tirsti class of wljiich Louisville is the only member The ordinances gdverning dog- providetiat on failure to pay the fee for harboring dogs by a certain date each year the ani mallmaybe Idlid arid about thisi time of the yar the rulthless slaughter of canines was ip full blast in almost every hamjlet in the State Undrr the ptviion of the Groan lavf dogs are listed with the County Assessor Laid thereby become property pn an equal footing with horses and cattle and the dog catchers are now estopped from slaugh elug them the penalty prescribed iii the town ordinances for failure to tag them The only recourse the townauthorit ies low have according to Mr Crpanj the author of the Jaws to impound the dogs running ajt large thsause as horses and cattle and compel their owners o pay pound fees He said nothing coufd be done with dogs kept on the premises of their owner Heretofore tie towni collected fees oil all dogs regardj iesssoi whether they were kept up or allowed to run ot large There is no case of indigestion do matter how irritable or how obstinate that will not be speedily relieveip by the nyc of Kodol The main factor n cuing thE stdmach of any dfs1 rder is rest and the ouljrrvayto get est is to actually digest the food ot tnp stomach itself Kodo will o it It is a scientific preparation f vegtable acids containingi i the ery same juices found in a healthv Btomach It codfonns to the pure food and drug law Sold by the i ross Drug Store Save fVIonejr By PayingCity j Taxe4low itvtaxshavebeen due sinb March 1st e1altYWil dedtpall property and poll tax unpaid July 1st 1907 Your tax receiptis in the bails f Mr LOUIS B Cain City Treasurer at the First National Bank and iilj is necessary for vou to call on him and pay the mount of your taxes before July 1st if youwhn toavoid tjhe penalty 1 By order of th e C5ty Gounbil unel4th 1907 J 4 MMJcCbord ICity Clerk All stomach troubles are quickly re r ing ahttV Kodol after each meal Kodol goes directly to heseatof the troubli streuffthens the digestive organs sufpplies the naturaldigestive juices and digests what you eat It Is a simple lead pure harmless remedy Pont neg lect your stomach Take a little KodolI after cacd meal and sec how good IIniakes you feel JToney back ii it fails Sold by they Red Cross pruff Store New Bank for BrdstoJnj Our fpllow Osbar Trent who was until re popullarLexington hos8 vatSOtat ganizing the Farmers Trust Co at Ipaid capital of 5000000 pub scribed by 70 stockholders living in Bardstown and Nelspn c6untv Mr Trent went to that city two wfeks ago and in a few days time succeeded in getting spme of the mast substantial citizens in that cbmmunjjby interested uil establishing another bank there The stock was over subscribed to the Amount of more than iopoioc The following officers were elected Jack Beam Presideijt A B Baldwin jPirsfcyice Presi dent J D Hammond Second Vicepresident aiidM i Tre it Q shjfri An elegant business 4ioue yu bugtitd is being entt dwith all the latest access jjriejj for ar tel 1 lIltix1g i institution The bank expects to open its doors to the public on July loih The news desiijes to congratulate Mr Trent onj his successful launching launching of this financial enterprise and can assure the good citizens of Nelson county that they will finTJr Mr Trent a wideajwake progressive business man full pf energy and withal trustwor thy There are now two banks in that city v a private and a state bank Anderson NtTlia ieNo3 Number thf ee isa wonderf mascot for Geo H Parrls vpf CedarGrove Me according to a letter whichj reads After suffering much with livr and kidnqy trqujble and becoming greatly disc nraged by ihej fail ure to find rliefI tried Electric Bitters and as a result lama well man toiiay1 The first pottle Inlptetedbest on earth for stomach liver and kidney r ubles by Haydon Robertson druggists 50cj I r Nearly Eaten to Deatht i laikyThe coij reason of damages d 31 e by rtshas never been so greit in the couity as during the period of 81few andJarnshavet them and the question of their exterminati is the vexed problem of the our From time to time wehBe mentioned a particular case pff thpiri favai but they made a new lr re9or last unday niig t wnx they isiteU thE colorec tenem nfe bOise in East end oi Shelby ville known Frank rba9d singled out orfe of the sleping jocc pants named Hall Boone anliuitai few samples f1x3 ai his head His InI juries migh hive proved erious hadbe no len awakeiied by the pain yet thbir did Dough damage to repuiretj he srices ci a phy clan who bandaged elbfseotmeli Dura Comiiw 0A A HerreIJfinch Ark writes Folevs Honeyfand Tar js tie best prejiaratioufori coughs sno Ids and llune trouble S know it has cured sonsumpti9 in the first stages You nftvpr heard of nnv one nsrti Foleys Honey and Tarand not beibgx frosDraAJ Takentr v Strayed on the farmknown as the Wilson Green farm about 5 niiles oritheParryville turnpike on the day after the last Spring field County Court day a roan pony mare with brand and JrtI thin condition one eye out pjwner can have same by calling and paying for keep and for this advertisement W S Pur dom Son RF D Springfield Kv No4JIf I County Convention Rept blicans Meet and Name Delegates tothetSttea Convention i Thi Republicans of the county metix in mass convention ttbe Cour House Tiere on Saturday after oon for the purpose oft nimii jg and instructing delegate to the State Convention att Lout ville V7 F GJi sby walphosi n chairman and A Dune in secretary The cum mitt on resolutions reported l the ollowlnsr set of resolutions whic was unanimously adopted Re iolyed by the Republicans of W shington county assembled in ms ss convention at the Court Hous a 4in Springfield Ky on June loth 1907 pursuant to the call df the Republican State Cent al Committee of Kentucky for a State convention to be held in tie city of Louisville June 19th 1907 vFi st Thawe approve oC said call Si ondtT1at the following nato d delegates be and are elects delegates to represent i Was rington county in said con- cvent on and the following alter c nate are also elected t TJ ira That the vpte of Wash ingc n county be cast as a unit in said convention tfjion all P mittjers arising th 4eifla major jI ity of the delegates to determine e the vote of the cou tytt Fourth That the Republicans i of Washington i cqunty cordially endorse President Roosevelts I ad administration and congratulate the conntry upon its gleataIisa far reaching achievements for the welfareor the people and l in hearty syjmyatny with him int his great efforts for the further betterment conditions in the- o f nation and to remote tlevils now afflicting the people Fifth We hail with gratifica tion the ftppoaching opportunity joffered the people in Kentucky in the election ofNovember next rtomunt in Kentucky and to corn rect the abuses which have 9rrso long afflicted our State and i promise the united effortof the l Republicans of Washington county to nominate candidabesa in the State convention worthy the confidence and support of the people an 1 to doall In our power to elect them find redepmn the State from misrule The lists of delegates and alc ternates follows John W Lewis i W F Nefkirk W P Scruggs W A Waters QR Filiatreau A M Duncan Fred Grigsby W D MoElrpy John G Howell l T J Miller T J Trent Geo l Colvin J M Brown J W Satterly sAlteinatesMcChord G C Wharton C W Camden Sutler Barlow C If Brengle W N Keeling Jf 0iI THE CELEBRATJED I IIL HougMont Buggies I i Strictly tHigh GradeIi This is one pfthe best high grade buggies on tIe market 10 layralso handle the Troy antherhjgb class vehicles r Young Hens Buggies and Bonabonts IIc 1toS 1 yjohit Lily Barber LI sJer ttHjJoa OoeJM Coy1eUV SparI row Wm A Lay C N Harriett iIAndyDevine T E WUsonj f i Refflark1e Remne That true is stranger than fiction has once more beenIi demonstrated in The little towni of Fedora Tenn the residence rof C V Pepper Be writes II wa in bed entirely disabled with 1hemmorrhagei of the lungs and throat Doctors failed toil help me aid all hope lid fledI when 1 began taking DlKingsI New Discoyerv Then instant relief The 1llcame coughing sooni ceased tha bleeding diminishedl rapidly and in three weeks I was able to go to wo4rK Guaranteed I tcuret and att Haydon Robertsons J drug store Trial bottle freeb l Murdered Babys egramvlJacksortBreathi gouniyftelis of one of the blackest crimes ever committed in this pirt of the Staled Saturday morning George Malcmey and DaLn David son two laborers while at ror1l in the tan baric woods on Frzeii p creek thbt county discovered m the top ota high Bridge that the dirt bid been freshly dug utan on inyestigating were hrrialied to find the boiy oT an infant few days old which htQ been inCleaves buried there There twejOnp the infant that would lead torn identJficaLion or tovhoQ1 had pac dit there The men reported the discovery to Mrs South who lived near tie placelby and the news soonspread to the j neighbors and in a shorptime a a1largo view the remains There is considerable GiteI1nt itflndiQisfficetbeen as ed to assist to find the 1 guilty party De3KsCaDDorlie GIITOgi by local application as thcy cannot each the diseased portion of fh ear There is only one way to Cure Idea De ess and that is by constitutional Hell Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucupus lining of the Rnstschian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a mm bUng j sound of imperfect heariag nd when it is eritireiy closed Deaf b ness iis the result and nnleas the in Carnation can be taken out and this tube restored to its notmal condition will be distroyed forever ine cases out df ten are caused by Catarrh which isnothiig but an in named condition the mucous rur aiWewUlt for any case of deafness caused byt Catarrh hat cannot be cured bydHalls Catarrh Cure Send for iaVsfree F J Cheney Co To Icdo 0 1saTold byprngglsts 75c Take Halls Family pills for Con- tipatlou k t Given Life Sentence i h Albert Paltmu who was tried last SSjitfUrnay in the Hart Circuit Court forilie murder of his three year od stepspn was given a life sentence Trained f lately after conyicijon he was taken to the State penitentiary at Eddy ville to ayoid lynching at as the feeling was veryhigh y against him 0y The offense which Sal Lsman was foinlI1 guilty Qf was a most Xe cruelo one Saltsman at one time knocked i he child off a Ibripge and afterwards kicked him in the back injuring him perm ne ty A coroners jjiiry 11 Jported1hut11JL mass of bruises resulting from repeated floggins admi istered by the inbuuian stepf thei4 wj risaltsniauresident ofthis county living on 5eo MoorVs ploce A number of persons from this ouiity who knew of Saltsmans inhuman treatmentof the child While a resident of this county testified agsjinst himji Bujlitt PidneerVw THE TEXAS WOND f Cures all Kidney Bladder tnd Rlieumatic troubles cld bjt 5 all druggisig or two nl 4 tt atmlJ by mail tfri fl Dr iigJt Ijoua Sand lot KWcy1be8t1l4Qni Si- I The Opportunity of Reib 1icans A grand opportunity haVe the R publicaus of Kentucky The State convention toasseirblB on Wednesday will bone of the most remarkable ever held In point of membership purpose Iand patriotism It has never had superior Its duty is cleaV imperative The ticket which11 I it nominates must bea peoplaV not a machine selecion NyetI were the people of JCentucky iat i large so open to conviction froi Republican sources There is a nbiiceable becaase I very pi ofound desire all qva heStatefor change Tne tax payers of Kentucky derete see l at Prankott an administrato n ending every effdrtito the put lie weal Public 6ervtfDtsr who i eel personal benefit and party success before all elSe cannot dottt adequate duty As old as the oiId the truthUN mn Ca ntt serve two masters The State official who uses offijia and its opportunities to perpetuate his party or his factions Control of pub ic affairs mustneglep the dutyj duato all the peopleV irresIL pectiveof politicat belief Tb Eoiflti partisan in vofflr is a heavyi biirdn eveil on hisartyH 1mJt at the expense of the people as a whole Not a tax payer not a wageearner nota a owmjr whatever arty affiliations butsutfer Ii a J ind hpdy and etate wh i boss lays greedy claw on the puWic chest il The Republicans of Kentuckyr v putting forward a ticjket of clean and able men such meni bbu in the Republican ranks s cannot be Copied a victor jwhich shall redeem and disenr1abl hrall the Commoriwealth Lok J vLle Herald t 3 TtoisaDl DoM iorti iUiI have beep afflicted with kidijy id bladder tionbla for years WWJJIK b ravel or fltoneS with ezcruclariag r t1 pain says A 3 Thoyies a well coal operator of Buffalo O UI jfot twlrelief from niedicine until I begin taking Foleys Kidney Cure thea thetl result was surprising A few doses b started the brickdost lile sattanct hi jjkidneys kIiiaoleysform of kiduey or bladkei disease Sold at the Red Cross Drug Store Notice to Creditors t t M All persons having ciauui t j fClarksonj ffti r rHbj notified to preserit same to meliBi tfieldme b will be paid R C Qlaakson Adminiatra n r estate of Thos1 D CfklO F9rtIiS Ii stt t HI Caillpa1g 1 I0- Kentucky elects f lull State ticket his fall and the cidfoouijutht prints TPHE NEWS witho r orfayor The LuisvHli cj imesT l I Y 01 Does Thi- ii k We have made a spccj al jlin iMij wberebj we eyfnds by maU pt TheTirnesiati ceFIVET Th NewsLead- w I2MNTI5 For OiI1y 235- p f ScdyAIatr tortb o t4tt fca J8PUTk LoIlIe Ti P AT tho offw wBl po tivtly thwittran 1IOft1 JR I f I if The 04drry IJ 7 lll o 1ft ItJ is ii trJi IJtjfit 5 rt + i S Si Another HriotltlNr fntheainpotlbM jtabout3O oclock l 8aIuy night and ok1d7iAMthe Ct ler v HoprgStnILlmottJtal1Yd jroy good wock4e itr i departt fr r T1r l Org1aSSSf SSin the etltel i o he second isory qiIiaI burned tbroagta to 11 It 1jwaa rot discovw d vattt H b aained corwidrpW dwq r rtin fire bOM WM quicklf Pffttl Ir4fti three streams of TaWr jga14 on the lamps 7 beUdI pgmnoldframg keea r flames biBed 4m y1rMsst nd tW fire iM ri Aid 0od work im gloppwf ifc iff iOn which lookedfos ao Hf M It 1 f might apread1 to WNM ofA jojninj property A3 It VM i JbaA meswere attbrttte li tefta i hey had brd lira ta iy Jrst floor altbottSiL e M 0pi itoryand ro6f iwr oIv1 tjI1r wrtcktd 1ct iljKa J Ths g ws afji Mr Matter rr X wbha 1 01 2 L JtdtWe at t4 earr jr 11t nsurucandshtibs f goodpart of him tik ciaithe buildingl Wil bc tciMLI rhehottaewaajaiOj 1a rwriyNl MiiK ome of Uw room lifiat uaiiA by l1IJ lodgtrk TSS WMI eest 3 lloss to fsinists Mrt eeImoLsorsotibspsojThe t of bs ldlaadiaarks Ol tbs town It bIIilt Ojs 1IM t JwuIralceo Jaetory 4tI c t1 k WrIt wiss bosh aM i d edtbytb1W ODsny J fororaQfVa s- here i t1 Cc It hIIfr5M a totel attimes si evr frz t aowndJOyjiv s- haviiipha 4tj f aaIlrr 111 f1 1 tllMl W L Gsn Sv tIijfew imoetb ago bsi bought Mr Goodrf WIt i The kMM to Mr Tra fla 181outJ 1 H i 1tIirA H MrL w GoodIss 1W S iJIS OUl I8 JI7L ume t it i Us4paat Iarlis hui cqiAiii4tE1atswAt fore iri d 0poeta1 ao m1ar aM bWs tths U y ii gripe 2c M rl ii ASSa i f tA f ItiTv 10 j4I IIi ijiIIc Wilw ireSDrwvV oln1 trimsIW k4ItiSSYMC swiI1 eoe4rsi4u4t te elttwr b1 Jh I rabsd id- rmerly t 1 MonCOua4 bs1Wst- p Or a4aa1aJoY 724 0J5l ftJi t AS t c Ib T iaM u t1t bStrpW M pt Al J t 1W 111 PM r 8 W b ses p a IS4iM V tbWiIy aihtheitMm Y 4- wri P1 pii s1fL 1 Ib s If R11IIaJt It W aDnacWi rOpNpsrsdtofurnish en- tvsd vwitio cards reoepton tttddinff tavifcatkma etc m UwiftliiitwtTlcs A full line ot MTiHi caD be f eeo at tbs e NeeLeadr offie J 7 7 v w r w c 7w I THE fsEWS LEADER 7 T E Tllt NWS4ADR rxLxiD zzTUIiY da ADVANCES SPRI7GFIEkDK g L iAvIsONcJrc tbIe1 br btuess notices io cent p ebiqeitIiseruon I lilpt Sobrk doBe at low ratosbut cash I jp t jald on celivel pi gtCcs IYI4tISIHl ffc0 tttlcU made on liberal asul resoIItloEs ore5pCC1 Ms41iue AXIDU1CIxNTS I it4itrats itiijtOee ICOO T = a rKURSDAY JUNE 13 1907 ANNoUNcEMENT ft fitp tf Wi abte authorized ta Announce T a candi 0 YI1er Gore ofSpringfield i ffeiS4atc Senator fromthc FLf teeiS Senatorial District composeti ot Marion Washiugton cduties subject to the action of the Deocrat1c party he Republican State Cona vrtidn to nominate cixdldates forState offices i rn sssion at- Ib isviUe having been called to ji cnr yesterday afternoon The r- i xu1t ofthe cPUQty primariess hla ia aLurday incicat the f apiainjitida pf A E Wilson withs but doubt aid his will probab I 1ybe theon13narnprsented tow jth coaventibn for Gbvernor 1t tconentlon promises to be tftirely barimonious itf Judge WvJ HwHolfe has been selected to act pjtemporarv chairman and Hon W 0 Brajlle will be permanent j c13airmanF 4heall mportaut emperance qesion ito be treMed as 101 1s The Rqpub1ic uparty isII iiactmtnt of a a c f u mfbrnxlcicaI ptioo1 law with- the pounty as the governing iiit determined by th Don titution 4 Up tothe houro1 doing tot css no nominations had been Ii SLLade but irbm indications the A ickt willbe aboutas follows Lk 4 t45 1 governor Augustus B Wilson iG v lipuisvillej Lieutenant Governor tVJ s coH Ccx Maysvllle Treas urcrLCapb Ed Farlev Paducah j 7uuditprFran1cP Jame Har P v psburg Secretary of State i i ipV Ben K Brun6rt Eardy vHle- YyAtorneyGeneral George W y JoHyOwetisboro Commissioner v ofi Agriculture a MHanna Sbelby county Superintendent- lof Public Instruction Prof J 5S iCrabbe Ashland Cfefkof- Gotfrfc of AppoalsTM Adains L urelcbunty rtt Vyu ipep A Sherman Lisbon Red c Mills Lscreuce Co N Ywrites H had kidney disaese for many years and had beep treated by phy iiciens fortreire years had taker af well know kidncy medicine and jv therictmdies that were rccommend Vt ntgotno relief until I began Hisi h inKFoleya Kidney Cure The first jt half bottle lelieved the and foar bob ties hUyecured me of ttus dreadful dlseaee Befor I began tafiing Fpl M cy a Ktdnjiy Oura I had toi make wuter about every fifteen minutes ijtftY1 and night snd passed a brick dist Sub3tadce I believe that wpuld havVdied if Ihiulnotakei iVpPdleyls Kidney Cnrei oriBale by Mtbe Red Cross ftrufr Store C 4 WiIIisburt SS T Maccabeebad their 4c r orAtibn bere last Sunday The f t 1TaIo went over io Carthye1 iii Itheaftetnoon phd dtcorated MiS Bro vTason- ra 1oyaItysAgrave d l beautiful talk and ijtifge crowd as jpresent t r to 3abB Clark and Mr B M Satith spent Sunday ttfM r 1imEayS of Mt Zion Si WelIsand5fami y am 1 inotiier spent thepast we c wit b relatiyes ijiLawrencebur rIie q jnade visit tQ FrankforV 1viiil tbere 31iv A L Lits y was era 0 ri busifless Mondayi Maggiel3rawiey of As broo It spent Sinidaywitb boy WelJs Sii sJ J of Lou1il1E jf 4cQmeirn J p spend thj sum erhere Thiynd Huel Wellsi a evisJtfwKgiheir uncle at Eairvje wl E ynolds has be n her e thisweek I AptiptpJeasant goodrer ady f r is1cpned s La a1iotrgh Srqp It zs e pcit1i 9rniiinandec1r for babiccau4 1d1di f gsodTtk every iembe of the It oufpso opit i4s an constip5i 5E 7awIr arid tasta p anyiChild en ik itgg y she Red Crc i Drii g Jstore Fores Vitiw t Mrf Edward PhillipSnd aotei Miss Ee inia ofvHa rion county were visiting rela yes here Sahirday J Sidney SmitU and Fletcher Garrico yisrted felbtives in the extreme southern borders of Marion county last week Mrs Charley Donnhoef of galley HiIl- and Mrs Rebecca BiVenf of Springfield werevvisi igt1firiinCle wk J H Carrico of near St Marys in company of several others attended the game of fease ball here last week Barb Smith who went toObonis ville to have hi eye take n out has returned anl is doitjg qpite well tMisfe Mollie Medley waaso ilj few days since thaci the prrtst and doctor were both called in bnt at this time she Is much 1m prpvecL Mr Baxfc Smith has met with more badt luck which we are = sorry to write His mule cpjt as boken one of its Iimbsbut being well bjanda ed by onfe of the doctors of Springfield there rbopesof its recovery Mr John Olrviin sent Jbis little boy Richard up to tlje stajole to hitch his mare to the buggy He harnessed it all right t nd drove to the house which is about a quarter of a mile alway a and when he reached home Mr Jobnny discovered a5 very large soake of the 6ow sucker kind wrapped around the cbBres legi o tight that it was badly Its head was dowti ward and lj ing on the ground Mr 0 Bryan took an ax and- evered its head from the body t was about seven feet long The child had never seen it and e expect it is very well that he did nob We have Eau the jsQCpnd In midst bi ur JLU ujpui iw ybjandy with the trpptVes A i few days sint e we n5et him as he was emerging frOnt n deep darit tangls wild woQd with a ver large cow snake its head was protruding froni his finger and thumb with its large spotted body wrapped around bis arm He would not nave been the least surprised if be had taken It Iii hid mouth and swallow it ljye ie Firc The tIc ihe fired the walkiiig lick Ive carried over 4Qyearsr on account of asoretliviireiis ed evef kind df treatment until tried BucklenV ArpiqaSalYe that has healed the sore atifl toade ine a happy mati rites JohnGarrett dlNorth Mills ftv Gn aran teed for Piiles Bcir rrs etc byx HaVdon Robertson druggists 2scv v MOORKSVILLE l PIBornj since our last toltihe jyife Jas Truax an eight pound girl Lightning struck thej barn Of Matt Truax last Thursday It was us dtd keep the stock of the turnpike men but lki1v nothing yjrasin the barn at Jhe time Mr Jett Smith is still on the sick list Mr Asher Hendrick died Fri day June 14th of alcdrnplicai tioa of diseases iatjjbe03rd year of his ager He was interred the following day at Rocky Bridge cemeterjy I oyerheard a conversation yesterday between two Demo qi its a regarding the call of a primar3 and then to eoIare it off Sqma one asked why this whs done It has been cihanged precinct conventions t v the foirrth Saturday m August No vf there is one thing certain jt was done fur a purpose aud as far 4s I am concerned 1 will vote thdstiaight democratiR ticket or none I will noVen dorse or vote for any man that voted for John Youn Brown against Wm Goebel arid if you area Democrat you wonV either my brother jf The turnpike crew are putting the Mjrud Hill ingool ootfdition They wilt wizd up ncfc wek Bro BeNigiiE reachH fa large audience last IStnday moruing Several of our boys wjerei over to BlOomldiastSaturdnyWillie iii of pneumonia The childrens exei cise atM and Christian cburtih last Sunday night a large crowd was out and every child did his rher part wel1i H V Bert Barber of Elton Wis ayB- I have only takei four aosespf your Kidney and Blander Pills and they havje dpne forme more than any other mediciue has every done r am still tang t xie pills as I want a perfect cure Mr Bar ber reJcrs4o tJeWitts Kidney and BladdatPiUVj which nr une4aaled for backaciie weak kid neys inflamma oii q me TjiadHer- a d alt urinary roubles A yqeks ireatraent for 25c Sold by the Red OroBsDrpp Stork F1EIDOMS J rtY h l Vp4re htfying some yejry nice wJeather since the cloud qrsC iirJohnHiOfvocijiiisicbeen etgqLgett to teacU a second rin Mr Cal Corvin purchael a StowsL1iiii i + For CougKCold Croup SeThroaL Stiff Neck Rheumatism and f Neuralgia At all Dealers V Pnce 25o 5Qc HOD Sent Frefe- Sloans Book on Horses f Cattle Hogs 6 Poultry V Address Dr Earl 5 Sloan 615 Albany 5h BostpnMass fine horse of Mr J C Baker Price 110 f Mrs Richard Perkins and tier brother Mr Thomas Young were at Cornish vilfe Saturday to a get the pictures of his three children Mr and Mrs Fred Milburn en ertai ed a few of their friends oh Friday evening All report good time Mr Jim Perkins and family visited their brother Elias Kavs and family at Fairy lew jWednesdyl f Miss GracetMjarvtin of Pulliam i Visited Misses Ettie and Hattie Calvin last week Mr Jariies Kays and firni1vipff Tatbam vSsitJed Mr i W 8 Colvin bn Sunday i Several of this place attended church at Glens Creek iSaturday Mrs Brown of JBrooksvilie agd eighty ninfe years is visit ing her daughter Mrs W S Ooly in anti other relatives at this place Erastus Calvin and wile visit ed their parents Mr and Mrs W S Colvin Sunday Mr Willie Perkins visitpd Mfc WorleyLay at Card well Satur day and Sunday Mr Fred Gplvin was in Card well shopping Saturday Mr Walton Hays and wife visited the family of Albert Gardner Saturday Little idiss Euna Oidham is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Len Biley of Macfcville Mr R L Crouch attended siriging at this place on Sunday Rosebud SlmMes Wiltoi ImlhtiOD- Xji Case pf iitotnach and liver trou ble the proper treatment is to stun ulate tlieae organs withoift irritating them Orino Ifexatlvft Fruit Syrup aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels without irrigating these outruns like pills or ordinary cathartics It dbes not nauseate or gjtpe aria is mildvynU pleasant to take For sale by theRed Cross Drug Store iIerHiII News Items arfe scarce articles now everybody Ibus even Uqb- is at work Miss MaudelJindley of Lou isville is a charming guest at the home of Mr and Mrs Pal mer Gpatley at this writing Messrs John Armstrong and Sot Kays of hear Hilhboro were in pur midst Friday searcbr ibg for tobacco plants V Rey W fl Williams of your town accompanied by Miss Rebecca MeWhorter Cisited in this yifcinity Friday The family of Mr Wbiteman are having prsiegja with measels at present four oftbe family are ill and Earje wbp has been jll fprquite a while is now Out and able to be at work again Mr John Curts1ngerv of Mooresville was in our njidst saturday on business Miss Olatnmie Tyler of the visitingherthis place this week Mr A B Hendricks jni old landmark pf honor and ivspect died on last Frfdpy after suCter mg from heart trouble for a tujnber of years Until recently the case was not considered serious hut developed death somewhat nrexpeicediy Mr J B Shelby has the honor of owning one of the ffriest male countyHeof puroc Jersey strain The butlobk is for great im provemferits in the shipping facilities of our station in a few days Several car loads of screepings to be put on the driveway arrived last W4sk- Bearcy andMcClarelia e been logefromweek that ccflhldbe procured in thecouniy- Mr and Mrs Thomas Mont gomeiy f of Fredericks town vsifed relatives rfear here oun day BDrntdthe wife of Mr 8 G TucketOn the Ijnth instr a 12 lust a 12 pound son Mother land babe ure doing nichly And papas stniles are something jgreivb to behold Messrk Giibrrt Dvonalioe antl BOSS Leachidah accompanied by EcIgertoiofPieastrni childrpns daTv exercises at Maud Sunliy evening Hi tL Tatum purchased a col of Mr C R Grigsby of Moores ville Jab 28 delivered Monday 1ri Hugh Stiles purchased lot of tine lambs from different parties in this section deliveredI Monday Mr Gpddard Grundy recently lost a fin cow from effects off green clover Mr T C Tatum recently pur chased asmall hunch of shoat at Gc per pound Your correspondent had the honor and pleasure of attend ng chijdrens day exercises at Maud Sunday evening and we mustSay in behalf of all that took part that it was an abound rig sncceSSi The decorations Were magnificent The f morn ing star a Suggestion Mr Jeff Settle was certainly bne of the most beautiful presentation S of the whole progaamV Mr ahd Mrs Palmer Goavley entertained s yeral guests on Monday night n honor of Mr J E Ferguson There is mucli in the assertion If you have abouquet to giye give while recipient isj alive ii dont wait until death and place it upon a cold grave to wither and die without carrying home itsimessage ansi Iwam glad to know that at least one friend will not have to casta rose upon niy grave for recently arrived a bouquet of fragrant beauties fiom one who is never to be for gotten Rey R E C J awsn pistpr gf the Presbytorun churcb at Springfield delivered an excel ent sermon 10 a large and ap preciative audieace here on l last Sunday afternoon The sehopjl house was taxed to its ntmpsfc capacity to accomodate seats and standing room Friends such wilt not do again lets get togeih er and build cburch not for a shaw or mark of interest jptt justa plain church and Jdedicajfce ittoyod let each and evejy congregation turnish a minister Whew cojivenieut and TvprshSp God himself not the outside ap pearancle of an insignificant wo ship house IHaiY Jollier w see that her baby is properly cured forto cd this a good purgative ss iitcessarj Many babies suffefed from worms and their mother dont l novv itif your baby is feverish d doesnt sleep al night It is troubled with worms Whites Cream Ver mifuge will clean out these worjus in a mild pleasant way Oiicq tried always ucd GiVe it a trial Price 25 c Sold by the RedCroia Drug Store Trcrltvjile Born since Our last to the wife of Dan Elardin a girl fSMobresvillCi visited her parents here Thursday Irs Sherd VVeeklcy of Lou fsville is visiting Mrs Clem Curtsinger W There will be preaching at Brush Grove Sunday Bro Royalty will preach Mr Edd Moore and jFaraily of Mooresville visited JMr Abe Ohcathani tundayiMr Irving Keelinlr and Miss OraPinkstonJpasir hcoii hthi3 place Sunday Mrs John Bu rkbead and dau agliterand daughter Mrs Jim Bishop and Mrs Abe Cheatham visrten Mr Pst Prather Wednesday Misses Nova Trsrity JVIattie and Edeth Hin rex yisibed Mr Birt Cheatham at iMooresyitlei Saiurday an l Sunday Mr Ark itams was in pur village Sunday evening- HePa1 Rec nSfiction has one more bepn dembistraledin tlVelittle town of Fedora Term the residence 1ofCwas in bed entirely disabled with hetomorrhages of the lnigs and throat Doctors failed to help me and all hope had iled when 1 began taking DrKings New Biscovery Then instani relief camb The coughing soon ceased the bleeding diminished rapidljjr and in three weeks I va able to go to wqrk Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds adc and 91 atHaydon Robertson drug st jre Trial b lUrlrcc e A STATESMANS UNION Scheme to Kooptoney In the Pur ei- Congressman Jteprescntntive W Cbnrles AdamoOo of jcorglH Is tryiiig to organize among eiuitor and niprcsentdtiyu ljiu nsso ciatlon vyhoSft members will pledge themselves to pay just xo much iud uo mote for board for lumsc rent for miilduy luiwUes and after theater dk neiK Says a Vushiiigton correspond eut of the New York Sun In a word tll3 Vssociaficn will recommend a max Imum price for every necessity of 1UY for a cougressman duriiig his stay at the national capital Mr Adamson hoijes to launch iis a rfoclntJoa iiost1 session He says that 200 members Vill be necessary far the fiufMnjgs of his undertaking and that when once it gets in working order hotels will cheapen their rates lnci Iord3 will reduce tUeir rtiits and red mutant keqjiers will sell twenty meal tickets for 430 leotlc In Washington who contrbf htxig that cougrossmeri must have tie says have agreed iua mg themselves on a scale of prices and tliesc prices are such that every cent of a legisl tors salary is exhausted before he lea ca Washington If coagressraen received nly 2000 a yeur they could live Just as well as they will live on the 7500 said 3Ir Adanisoii thev other tiny The peoj of Washington are determined to get all the moneya congressman draws in salary Ir Adam6n said he rented two rooms on K street agreed to pay the i lanolady 30 n month for them and In Structed lila secretary to miave in He retahied to his odlce in the afternoon to Jlnd tlk his order had not beer obeyed The landlady he says bad learned that Adamson was a congress mauL She also learned of the increase In salary and she nc o dmgfy riotlfied the secretary when he went to take possession tUatjtlie rent had been rals ed to 100 a mouth It is Mr Adamsons Id6a that ii con bmation of liOO representatives and sea atom who will pay so much and no more will result In needed reforms He thinks h boycott of the expensive iplnces would soon force them for want of pntronpge to reduce their fancy prices ANOTHEF COMMANDMENT Thou Shalt Not Be a Snob SuglesU CoMcge Professor Thou shalF njDt biaia snob Be not ia enob If you irould be a man t This was proposed the other morn ing as an ejeveuth commandment a t the University ofvjChichgo senior eel lege chapel exercises by Professor t iibhn E Russell of Williams college jnys the Chicago Inter Qcean If conditions had been in Biblical times as they ure now said Professor Russell there would have been nii eleventh coHimandment Thou shal t not be a snob If you would be a man be not a suob A snob was defined by the spcake- as a luau who prostrates himself be fore Ihbse who have position and wealth and whQ considers himself su perior to those who do not bask ln thef Kuutshine of Inflwenc- ePrdfessor Russell also jscbred tee cynic and tie pessimist iV cynic falls prostrate before the duties of life said 4IIe watches ihq game from the side lines giving advtc to those who have tile courage to participate In the game GOt jfnto the game yourselves my friends SUE do not stand aloof rieglectlng your ab solute duties Tho pessimist also gives ways before the problems of life He sees andI wants to see no good in anything thui exists or can be accomplished In the world His point of view Is tllstorted i by his constant habit of pntjUng thingrs in the darkest light fBe men und women Get on your feet anilup on your toes as athletes do in starting n race Helprjght thing along for yourselves and qthers Abova all take ainaaJ attitude fj regard k lifo THE HOODOO IN INDIA f Obsession In thoOrient Is Due to a Pa culiar Religious Rite Why are obsessions BO numerQna in India In India the notion aipopg the Hindoos i that when a man lisa died it is necessary to cause his jelda e from earthly bonds byr Ian tJltcring called pinda made 1In Ins name in the sacred city of Gya iso long as this isnot done the soul of the dead man remains iicd to sortlilaucl cannot fris0 high It so happens thatia Hindoo spirit finds that lie has become a ghost til at ia U say ao earth bound soul He very naturally thinks that his mis fortune is duo to the fact that no pinda Iliad been offered in his name and ncnakes gigantic efforts to set that it is done But lie li uXthat he cannot communicate his wishes to his relatives friends or fellbws who arc yet on earth Such souls mike gigantic efforts to be able to hold communication with men j are noc lca i Sometimes they sue cecd And thoh they explain what they want Ijltlioygct hold of a1i friend it lash right They at once flsk the latter U release them But this is not gci orally possible So what they do is jtfus They possess a woman or a pan SILL makt them ielv disagreeable in as many wayr as they can Ghost doctors sic sum raonetl They open communication with the spyit Hlo rbfuses to leavE his medium until it is prdmised to chin thai a pinda frill lcl oltbrecl in lila name in Gya Iwhen ltd ha been nbl t extort this promise llenvos the body he had possessed says thp Hindoo Spiritual Jlagazina- TJii explains why cases of tru obsdssionaro sb frequent in Hindoo India iNmetyflino out of a hun 3rc l in vlqclia have seen cases of obsession 4 ghost makes itself very dis agreeable TlieiSxorcist is summon ed He opens communication with iho spirit in short the spirit peaks through theparty hp lias obsessed and a conversation like the following ensuos The Exorcist to the ghost You must leave the body of your victim r Tlie Ghost I am willing to go ifI ypu promisa ino one thing napicly l you Afeiir offer a pinda in Gya in my name TJic promise is made and the ghost leaves his victim That is the vay such easCK are treated general ly This iis the reason why cases of obsession are so numerous in India Indeed they are so freaUfintIji iW The Cause of Many Siildden Deaths There is a di6e4se prevailing in this country most datlgfcrous because so decep tive Init sudden deaths are caused by it heart dis ease jMieiuncmfa heart failure ajwplexy are often the result of kid hey disease If kidney trouble is eli blood ti1l f tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder or the kidneys themselves break down and waste awaj cell by cell liladder trpubles almost always result front a derangement pi the kidneys and procrtreatment bytakiiigflrgreat kidney liver and bladd remedy It cor reels inability to hold uriiie arid scaldinjr pain in passing it and over beingeofiiZIledand to get tip many times during the night Tije mild and the extraordinary effct of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wouderlul cures of theinost distressing cases Swamp Root is 7 leasaht to take and Is sold by all dnigj ists in fiftycent and onedollar size botles You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new dis covery alid a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kil titer SCo Binghamton N Y When generousffrSwampRoot everyb4tle country thai tne e arc many rojas exorcists who live by curing ob sessed men and women What is hospitalfortution the like of which is not to lie seen in any other part of the- tvorcI T1ii hospital s a temie in the holy place called JETarrllaresh war in Kdcond in souCh India There possessed men and women are carried and they are sent tack curedExeian2e Kaifls Growm lt is a natural thing to ask a mans when introduced to him what state he catne from Thd fact is however that Kansas is getting to have a big na live bord population When the first census was taken in 18CO there were nearly a thousanu more people living UV Kansas who were born in Missouri than there were who Jiad been born on Kansas soil Only onetenth of the people in the state then Including all the babies bad been born on Kansas loll According to the last census how peoplelivingthe state By the time the nertcensus taken tw6thlrds of the peopfe In the state will be native born Kahsa City 35thrnalSCallIng a Husband ea the Phone Calling a husband up maliciously on the telephone day and night has been ruled liZ Massachusetts not to be an actionable misdemeanor In a wire The Judge added boweVer by way of gra tultousjobservatlon this I think that one having a telephone In his house wuld enjoin a person from continuous ly ringing him up lay and night upon unlmportantjmatters which he had no right to db to the Joss of sleep and rest to the occupjint and to his great an- npyancetCpllIers Weekir- Tho Engineers Gi to A certain successful enrglneer who was noted for making every part of his work fit Into anOther part so that no energy would be wasted had es tablished himself In a handsome coun try place One day he was visited by ai friend who complained that the big gate leading into tlje grounds was too hard to move J You ought to Cjx tlat gatey said he MA man who likes to have every thing just so should not have a gate that Js so hard to open Aii1 said the engineer yon dont see It with the professional eye That gate Is a part of my system It Is con noctcd with my waterworks and ev cry person who comes through It pump up tour gallons Into the task on my roof Quieting Way a You have all heard no doubt that oil tf poured on the vatcr pas the effect of quieting tlie waves The reason Ja that the oil forms a floating film which protects the surf e of the wa ter from tile currenfe of air This greatly dliifinlshes the friction between the wind and the waves just as oU JlmlnLshes the friction between solid t wab recently discovered that soap duds iilso uave a quieting effect on wavd Vliqn soap is mixed with wa ter it greatly hicrcases jhe cohesive powcti of the tpirtlclesr and the suds therefore form a thin film just as gii does with a similar effect A What Tree If you were in the Klondike what tree would you need The fir tree If you were seasick What tree would you long for The beech tree of courses SfIf you were a swell whit tree would you think niipst tft The spruce r If you wojrejin Jove what tree would you wish for Tut pear treo ir ou lot part of your hand bore would joiigo to get It mended To the lnlm tret If jOu wiintjed to rail attention td sometiiiug Ybot trco1 would you name cisr ssUw 1IJ of kite Snake There Is scavceiynh animal in nil cro otlou that has nofnu Instinctive horror j of snakes Consequently oujr natural ly defenseless aulmrtltbat Is Aviso andi clover enough to Imftatetn snake galas thereby a means of defense that is apt to prove very valuable In case of at tack 5 Many ofx the cat tribe apparcntl avail thciiisolvcS of their powers of mimicry when face to face with an enemy by assiiinlK the hissing spit lng mnimCrs of the viper There arcfoamorous fierce animals that would not hesitate to attack a cat but would l think twice before seeking an encoun ter with an angry snakenThe wildcat has her home In a hpl low tree and her tender kittens would uiakp a toothsome nYeal for almost any prowling wild beast ad their mother uo way Of scaring oil Intruders EveD the boldest will hesitate before Jjisc lug an Inquiring paw whqn greeted Vitti a hiss roni the angry reline who with earsS laid lint against her ba4aher eves glaring nl her fangs e poad loo In the darkness tzISi- ngi t t Ukd a1tsrloiia aaakachIsIZ- e1c r I liieli SQOBI 1 I Ice Cream and Soft ffiii I have fitted bStreetsale f keCream and Soft Drinks and will a o hay a a LUNCH199fM r liwill also keep on hand freh fruits ofallEvrythrng new and dean IreectfiJy soiitashare ofthe p blicfronage QL PRICE i1 1oS I fItf I IN 4 Ij We have opened a Gash Produce Hoiiie at WiUisburg where we will at all times W prepaiW M I o receive and to Ms IIPay HIghest Mafkt itt caslifr Poultry Eggs Biitter arid bdJMW1 IIPrice produce Farmers ofttheWi1asbugneighb- orhoocLwill j do Well to tiVe ui a chance1 to liq ft heirpttce iSMH JONI3S co- BB ENGORPOETED I i H iiiJi ITiLii I FBeemflY5HthessShopj I have secured the stand and machinery of Ae Blue Grass Manufacturing Goro Main Street where I am prepared to do all ki d of I HARNESS WORE Hand made harness a Specialty andvaH rzpromptly and neatly done T I also liaye With me the Deaf and Dumb ShOemaker who is an expert workman Your ptrooaf res pectfully Solicited llt9mjST ir oooo- rIS III SouthBQfld lsrHE I f BESTWATCtI ON THEMARKETg I A standard waich and a n accurate time keeper and fully guarajnteeciM GravesiV 4 Main Street opposite Preibv riaii ch rf p b bHC A Fur1ftuate1im 1 Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas TeM says Iii thQ past yeari hite6eeomi acquainied with r K nga New 4flu pills aid tfo laxative lover before tried so effetjtUally dsr poses of malarlai aM bilious eSs They dotf grind nor igripe 25c wr Bydoki Rob repareito furnish fftWe ate graved yibititlg cirdsj recegwoe md wedding pyit ticw jja ii- balttstVlS utt Hnf tnpiea cac be sn tl r r rwxrrEtCr6ani VernIduNE IWTffI 4 WORM REMEDY rHt cNIL mImTE TONIC twtE1 aMD o a- YUment Cod 14b Cros Erug btR MiTAR0r 1 pslw c i DBt IBURTON AIDENT DENTIST TEEJH EXTRACTED I rWOUT PAIN HtfM Block up stairs 4 lt mGMBLD KY Il UDnt Work Strictly f i f Firitclass Li X 1JRJ C A1UDIJ J1t- r li hyal aid Sirgeon t 3Oichours8to tH Itn p 14 Iffa OfioM over Haydons Drugstore 4 sfrSiJ tHLamptonMOOfficet f a 4f OftIcerbitNo Br j KcaltcaiccN 38 iJItt b- ff WF GRIGS BY Q 1 rTOONEYAT LAWr i L+ fJ omc Ttr Zeop1 t lIanie a 8RINGFIELDKYt iSflROBARD d wm r rRBRDS HYATT fll 1j T 1iJsicilnS ud surgeons i f r J Ollceover 0 W Hagans gro e J afajr opposite Presbyterian t church I i br W Ws Raya fie tif 7 cf f WYSICIAN AND SURGEON e tQice over JJ vdon JlRobeoiions DrugStoreIJ Phones Office 7 jf5sc Re dence 172 j JtINYIIMAYS se orj FUNERAL vUiCTOI1S Ir4SD 8 4 t d I i L pIJ NEgj r DAYU9 NIGHTi4 f SPMSFIELD KT tj a t Rairoaci Schedule JFolowng is thetime schedule- k i BOW In effect on the BaTdstp wn 3 otd Springfield branch railroad o f t No 41 Leaves L uisville at t 430 pth4 Bardstown Junc Ion f w22 pm Bardstpwn 606 pm Drives at Springtield 705 p m iNq 42 Leaves Springfield kt- 20fcni Bardstpwn 6U7 ain Brdiown Junction 650 amC 5Irr1ves at Louisyille 740 am el tio 43Leaves Louisville at fc 820 amt Bardstown Junction v 9r siO am Bwdstown 1100 am arrives at Springfield 1230 pm 5oi44Leaves Springfield t tfl9d jm Bardstown 220 pm v 2 rBir3stowci Junotioir 435 pail i SrSarrivea at Iiduisvili 545 pm t BpfnKtield Jot 715 am Bards Iowa 8 am Bardstown Junctiont 845 am j arrives at Louisville I 5amt j No IjSuidays only Ieayes 4 1 jjJnnctiopi J 730pm U arrlveB atSpringfleld1b l 1 Ip Mb2i Pru CSl J PSTIlkc oSblDlS J f We wish to state to o friends h t roughqut the tobacco grqwing sections that we are not connect IIlC Directly or indirtctly wth iny other warehouse or ware vi 1iiquseicompanyj tr 4 We conduct a Strictly Inde i iid lTirr robacco1 Warehouse j j qoiiinission5Bisiiiss and resE I IJjfl i2 p tIuIly s9lit vorpatrqxgIr p iC A BRIDES Co Proprie fjtors PIckEVIobacco Warehouse 3 fffPtoniYille Ky 408 mo- t 7 41t KILL THE CO UGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsS i Now Discovery CONSUMPTION Price I i Fnn f OlGHStnd 50c100OLDS Free Trial- tifjli ro fS Surest and Quickest Cure for all 4TflRAP And liTTKCh TBdTJB 1LZS or MONEY BAOX Mt lS9 J 154 NOTICE tTdesiie to urge all who know 1 theTtnsfves to be indebtedt torni1 i to un wanq settle atcQqc 1i 1Rve been burned out and tiiis f rt1IDP2r nfe th4tI should SiSpeedyJ collections of til 1f ttioding accounts Jt trust l 7iflfldS Iwill be pr mpt r ii4LttSS I TI A Z 11Yn F Leachmzu J t N eel tbeneei of a pill tak e t 11ift 1 tfJc redy icere t- c e1rpiIt Eacyto take J cctIy Driu 8 M l itl1 by the K tt ij ie1tL- ILI rTOWN rw r oo Local Happenings of Interest The freshest and Latestgg i 1 II About Yourself Friends JJAcaaneL UUl1J tlCJ4n tlI t arid Glassware at cost at a eJ1c s grocery I t j1MUet4eed The cheapest in Itowiit BarbersS S4 i A t Qksh for your eggs and Jchick ns ataampbellsi ji jjJPcuitj gallons at LawrenceLs grocery c FTob v twentyjcvs ifth p1g J wJARBOE aYl We are still leadingrtbe t 2rcthicet azipbe1rs candies fruits and vgetables t L in sftJt tl1PrJ a aw- reEces grpcery VT s7ANTEtTa lac i ber for a small tobdcdo barno Luther A Etrnso b l will sell onHhe street Moidayc vng 1QO pairs siFes and 25 suits clothes Se IIi Campbell e Beautiful class pins Spring d High School and Saxon l 2fc Club for sale at Iiusseirs l P Ices 115and52O cents i rwt forgetwe sell all kinds furniture If we haVenfc got wliat you want can gOt it on I h1tort notice at Campbells JTbe Springfield Hotel will Ve early breakfast from now for the benefit of passengers P the morning train to Luis jyjnie whictf leaves at 550 o clock Mrs 0 Bryan is serving firsir ijliss malsatalltirte anda promises patrons an especially odearly breakfast S M Campbell reports coun court day at Da nville Monday f being a very slim Court day iii piily about 50 cattle on the war- eit ringing in price from 2c to c milk cows from 25 to4Q- o iis IfS 16w horses on the market ranging inprice frdm1Qto 5perhead Phe Democratic county ccim mlttee met here on Saturday lied off the county primary ction which had been calledd r August 3d and called a con sntion instead Precinct con yontionsare to be held on At1f gist 23d and the delegate con mtion is to be held on August The purpose of the conyen On is to nominate a candidate r Representative in the lower 1l bouse of the Kentucky Legislai ire t An entertainmentforthe bejne I fit o the Christian cfiurch will r e given at the Opera H4iseS fere 6n Friday night y tba Franklin Entertainment o Thev will give the lSSSiqDJ liny as presented in Ober AmT m rgau Bavaria I1lustrting the birth life and death of our Sayicur Also a lecture on thett San Francisco Earthquake and Fire DisasterSInapditionto the above subv uhundredsdfected from the following sub jects Rube and Mandyat l una Park scenes at the Country Fair Fignt on Skirmish hneJ Field Hospital Scenes arid many others including illuslrat d 8ongsanq ending with a multIJ tu eQf comic and 1laughable scenes which please both old and young making pne of the mst popular and purest enter tainment on the road Aflmiss ion 25 and 15 cenits5 An Afternoon of Sport Is promised akihe Springfield fair grounds On July 4th which will consist of trotting races running raees rock races nndr itc Tho training track has been piitth first class conditioo and some interesting contests ire on the program Aband of music has bean engaged for the occasion Among the features iid a grand 1free lor all trotting rate for a purse offlOO 6Otoftrst2tn to second and S15 to third horse The race is to be for the three best hpats in five The next race will be forgrein trotters two best in thre for a purse of 50 winner take alL A footrace at 100 yards tar the besj two in Threeheats wilt also beguiled off Soft drinks only will be allowed on the grounds Shelter for all MTMIEtANTAPrtYP 11a JP aIOPln81I M HatcliettKeightley One of the prettiest of June weddings was solemnized Wednesday morning June 12th when Miss Ora Hatchett twasl upited in marriage to Mr Geo T Keightley The ceremony took place at the pretty country home 01 the bride S parents Mr and Mrs W B Hatchett Rev EoL Purdom was the officiating minister Th1131 find parlor were decorated with palms ndj erns and in the parlor white s mingled with the green Grace Hatchett sister of the bride was maid of honor and fr Will Keghtley brother ofj the grloom acted as b tmanj and they immediately preceded tihem Miss Hatchett entered wltn Mr Keightly She was gowned in white champagne nk trimmed in lace with hatj nd gown to match The maidj f honor wore a champagne silk role with hat tciiach Thej ride isan attractive and ac- bthplislied young lady and the groom is a young man of excell i nt character and successful young farmer On their rettirn home th ywill go to housekeep ingandbq at honictO theirii many friends in their pretty new cottage out on Wijlisburg pike E Fergus6h Gatley t The Marriage of Miss Ola Goatley to Mr J E Ferguson J was quietly solemnized at the j home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Palmer Goatleyy n1 yesterday morning at sunrise Only the immediate relatives and few friends of the iabily were i present and the young couple took the early morriing train for Louisville from wjiichplac they will go on an Eastern trip be fore going to their future hom Augusta Ga The bride is one Washington countys fair st daughters while the booms a prosperous young business man of Augusta The News Leader joins many friends in ex tending con ratulotibns f Died In Louisville Mr Isaac Curry of this place reiceixed news yesterday of the eath of his sister Mrs Mollie Qummings wife of Mr S R Cummingjs Mrs Cummings is well remembered here She was a daughter of the lateI Robert Uurry and was born and reared in this county During the early part of her married life she hv dI1ear Springfield and about fourteen years ago moved with her husband to Louisville where they have since esided Mrs Cummfngsi is stir vived by her husband and two ons Messrs Ikdny of thi place and W R Curry of Louisyille are her brothers Winchester Phillips Dead News was received here yes terday of the death at Ashevllle N 0 Wednesday morning1 of Boyd Winchester Phillips of Lebanon in the 24th year of lhis age He was well known inS Springfield ird married about a year ago a foYiner Springfield girl Miss Mary Doboney daughter of Mr and Mrs G A Dohoney EG was a son of Mr and Mrs Joe C Phillips of Lebanon and was a nephew of Mrs John W Lewis of this place His wife mother and FarSightIThe general impression of Pot Sigjit of Hyperopla is that it enables persons to see at a gratdistancefarther even than a perfect can i see This is not soere Far Sighted eyes can oft see jjust ai far as the norinal eye rhut never farther In many cases they cannot see sq far The real result of Far Sight is that it makes near seeing difficult After reading or doing needle work for y hort time the eyes feel symptoms of fatigue sometimes by head gand f type bluring and running tb gether Probably eight pe pie outoten have this defect spine tVsuch a slight that glasses 1 are unhecesisary Others- should wear glasses all the time If you wouldS like taknoyr just the condition of yours eyes I will beglad to yqu I will tell you whether you ought to wear glasses or not I make no chargi for consultation CC F RUSSELL V Scientific Opllc- aniiiofJh SprIgfle1d Ky fatherin law Mf Djhoney were witl him Avjien the end came Mr Phillips was taken sown fkeyeral month ago with typhoid and pomphcations result iltevfr in tuberculosis follow remains will be brought baik to 4ebaijon for Burial It H McEIroy bead The County loses one of its most valued and worthy Citizens in the death of Mr Bober Har din McElroy which occurred at 10 oclock on Tuesday morniug at his home in Springfield MrI McSlroy had been In failing for about two years he having becojne afilicted with a malignant liver trouble from whioh hej could get no relief although hej consulted some of the best physicians in the country and tried the waters of anumber of fa mous health resorts Robert JJardin McElroy was born on a farm on Pleasant Run in this county March 26th 1856 and waa a sonot It Y and Fannie Hardin McElroy Hb received his eduQation tn the common schops of the cduinty and at a college in Danyille In the fall of 1881 he was married to Missi An Die Tate andwent vto housekeeping on the farm on the Perry ville turnpike three miles from Springfield which he owned and operated until about a eat ago when he moved with his family on the farm formerly owned by Mr IL F wlc Elrov and later bought a home in Springfieldr BY industry and close attention to business he II had accumulated and saved a comfortable store of this worlds goods and his farm was oneof the best in Washington county No man in the community stood higher in the regard of his friends and neighbors than did Bob Hardin McElroy He was the soul of honor and truthful ness tlrin and indulgent father and husbanda good neighbor and a worthy citizen andiattributes eliorIjgo to make a true His death will capse a universal expression ofI regret He had many friendsi and po enemies Mr McElroy is survived byj his wife and the following bilI dren Mrs E1 S Mayes Jr Misses Louise Dannie and An fiG McElroy and Robert MeEt roy Mrs I It Thurman of this place and Mrs H 0 Rod man ot Shelby vilje are sisters Mss Rebecca MflElroy a half sister and Mr R Y McElroy of Lebanon ISa half brother I The funeral service was con dU ted from the Methodist churtjh this place at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon and Rev Lyon preached the funeral diq course The remains were taken to Lebanon for interment To Mammoth Cave 4J WashIngton and Nelson coun ty s excursion to Mammoth cave f July 18th Through coaQh on regular jmorbing train 725 the round trip from all stations on- Bardstown branch This amount will pay the railroad fare also board at cave hotel and long out trip in thtefcaVe Boat ride arid music on Echo river to con cLudewith a grand display of fire works Tic ets Extended to ten days See iLJ N ticket agent and large bills l PERSON Mr James Waters 10f the evenue Servicp is here this week Charles Green was here Jfrom Bardstown oWr Saturday and Sunday sMiss Sue Hay is vifiting friends Hopkinsyilloj Jack McChord is at dome for the vacationIMiss Laura Robertson Forbe of Baltimore ii4 visiting Miss Emily B Russ lI who is at home for a vacation Miss Mary fcOloskey cf Louisvillel iis IIt1e charming guesLofJAiiss Margar tlRussell1 LOU1Sjvsell this week Miss Jennie Craycrofr is in Louisyille under treatment of a specialist for throat trouble eiJtfiss Willa Casselll Hughes of Bloomfield is visit rig her aunt Mrs W W Ray t1ingbermother Lanham in Louisville Jr SlUr Mrs H5D JRodman ot Shelby county have been he e the past we kon account of the illness and subssequent de thofRH McElroy SJ T rb Crr w rj lBISIGIIT jZ tlcltl invisibleDouble Gloss Thetonly double glass that is A ground iin one PIECE for A far and near work We ailso resell tbe Kryptox and Opifex Bif6cal Glass 6 PDRWCGR1GSBY jAI has one of the best Optica Jr Stores in the State He has 1 T addedto his storethe fol s lowing instruments JThe Ii Geneva combined Retin Cscope e and Ophthalmoscope J and the C I Ophth imo meter for measuring the as tigmatic Eyes lie has in C stalled a water motor and C 5 put in a dynamo for light CJ ingiup the above instru t5 ments He fills Occulists Prescription and doe allt5 kinds of iratrie work C Frames made to order to fitC any face He is making a g specialty of fitting glasses C and fits tn em correctly and J guarai tees satisfaction C W C GRIGSBY A The Leading Optician BARDSTOWN KENTUCKY crrtc III GUaybroQkewas illness of her father Mr Smith who contiflu sin a critical con ditibn with blood poison MessrsWalterandike Tate Of Taylor county were here toat tend the funeral of MrR H McElroy V Mrs Ht ary Eqelouyof BardS town is visiting relatives here thfe week Miss Margaret an Isabelle Medley hive retururoed from Springfield UK j Miss O1r laget Siipms was at home from Nazareth the first of he week and returned forth commencement to day li Miss JJivttie Spalding of Leba non is vikifing at the home of Mrs Tom Simins Jr W ii Olaybrooke and Wath h Simms were in Lebanon Sunday Misses feelle and Roxie Wake fiqid of Maud I attended Sij Catherine comEencemehtt- Mr Oleln Hudgins of Louis ville was visitinar friends here the firstof the week- Mr andMrsE S Mayes Sr mud Mr and Mrs A S Mayes are visiting MsJbhnRMahbn of Lebanon Mrs aUle HanIilto of Coy ingtori 1isi visiting her iniecei Mrs M itt Mayes V Mr Fannie Durham of Campbtllsville is visiting Mr Richard Durham Dr Johrl M Spaldingleft this Week for Colorado where he will travel for a tedical book concern and look fcr a location Mr W P Hays of Bloomfield was in town yesterday Miss Laura Baker has returned from Bethlehem where she attended school Charles Baker W1d has been In Denver Cob with his brother Benedict Baker returned home 1astFridaS Mis McDoJof Crescent Hill lectured tthe Presbyte rian church yesterday afternoon on Foreign Missions Miss Katherine Hertlein has returned from Louisville where she visited Miss Clemie Straus und Miss GUeiig Mrs Joe Pettus is visiting her mother a LancasterS Mr Joe Pettns wasin Louis ville the latter part of last week- Mrs Cecelia Barberand Mrs Sallie Bertie of Bardstown revisiting at the Mr John Barber hpae Mrs A Po McElroy has Deen i I the past week M s Will Hagan is visiting her mother Mrs JW Bell at Springfield Tenn Powell llo ware of Emi nence is herein a visit to his fatherI Jobn jShuck McElroy came home from Danville Tuesday for the vatatibnr ldrsturnei Wilson of Eii a bethtow attended theet Caheriilex commencement h6i4 this weekaidviited her cousinsl MrsICopper Mr G McElroy wf in r t Lousvily Tuesday and Wednes liy The following Republican of the county attended the Louisville convention as d iegates vv F GrigstVi A M Duncan ColviQWCharles Camden andT J Miller pffHtrjngtof tle week Mr Charles P Wells tfBloomfield was here onbusiness Tuesday IMr Thomas P Medley and of Owensboro came in Tuesday to see Ills grandmother Mrs Simms wlip is ill dIingi spent Sunday with his parents here For scratches burn cuts insect d bitesJ and the manylittlecuts common to every family DeWitts Parcolized irIt1 rr healing Be sure you get De Witts Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store AR AND LAMPS Swiss Doctors Indention aritl What It Accomplished Wll lt did Argand do for the lamp Examine aii ordinary lump In which coal oil Is burn dThe chimney pro tects the flame from sudden gusts of wind and also creates a draftof air ust us the fire chimney created flraf tArgands lamp was the fifs to have a ihimney took below Jha chimney and you will see open passages through which air may pass upward and find Its way to tub wick Notice further tthat as this draft of air passes upward it Is so directed that when tile lamp Is burning an pxtra quantity of air plays directly upon the wick Before Argand the wick recelyed no supply of air tfow notice and thls ls very Important that the wick of our modern lamp ant or circular but tlUiv The air IsII ibuhdahce pfays upon both sfdes of thin wick and burns It without making smoke Smoke Is simply halt burned particles soot of a burning substnnte Xhe particles pass ptt half burned because enough air has not been sup plied Now Argand by making the wick thin and by causing plenty to rush Into the flame thereby otnlrIIt to burn with a white flame After tha Invention of u rg art o lamp making Improyeji by leaps and by bounds ilore progress was made In twoiity years aftrj 1783 than had been made luv twenty centuries bo rote New burners were Invented new and better oljs were used and better wicks made but all the new kinds of lamps were1 patterned after the A- rgandSE Forman In St Nicholas I HIt RULING PASSION A Business Proposition That Just Failed of There lived In SUOCfS inaa wits vgas the champion Ie llo tio newspapiers And to the Ireails of all public enterprise One of bis fads vrai to write everyday to President Lcd yard of the3fIcbiiin Central railroad and tell Ledyard whereIn he was Fail- Ing In tl e conduct oC his road There a lletter for Ledyard every morning They annoyed him and he sent tor lila general counsel one day and said Russell Im getting tired of ese letters I will give you 3000 cfflorc ay ar 4f you will find that man onld stop him for twelve months Three thousand dollars more a ye rl appealed to Russell and he went out to find the letter writer He founds u hl jPrOPOSltIOnu to stop vrltlng letters to Mr Ledyard If you will quit for a year I wilt gtve 4you i500 Tfac lletter writer consented gladly Things went along swimmingly for eleven months Ledyard was happy and Russell was happy Then tfapro was a wreCk on the road The letter writer could no resist the pppprtunlty and he frote to Ledyard and told him what he thought about the road and its president and Its management Ledyard sent the letter to Hussell with tlils indorsement This Is where you lose 3000 And it wasSatur- day Evening PdsL 4 Absinth Foretold A Paris paper publlshMa letter from a correspondent who In the dause of t mperanc cites a great authorityStJ- ohn thepvangellst It Is claimed that the Inspired writer proclaims absinth as a terrlbo guonrse and foretells Its Baneful powers lathe eighth chapter of the book of Revelation where we read In verses 10 and 11 The third angel sounded a trumpet and a 1i1gstar bright tis1 lairip fell from the sky on to the third part of the rlvcrs J1nd foun tains and watery This star Is called Wormwopd tad the thlijd part of the waters were changed and many men died of thltst because they were biter Wormwood In the English au thorlzcd version Is rendered absinth in the French translation of the New Testamyit cWa Mistaken A lively writer hassaiddj was mictalen ure4the tliree h hardest wordfc to pronounce lnt the English language Yet it scejus but acknowledging that snre wiser limn we were before to weWand Goldsmith pbsones that Frederick the Great did himself more honor by his lettef tq his senatestating that lie had just lost a great battle by his owa fault thin by ajl the victories he had won Perhaps Our greatest perfection bntftQand correct tluemJay Do Not Staro nt the Officers Army officers In uniform abound In foreign cltes and in Germany thev resent being tnred at by tourists often assuming thrpatenlng attitudes tntretaliation As the law permits to shoot jcivlllans on provocation it f14 wise not to excite tbomIt sWell to remember that they do not feel ObUgtSl to turn out for pedestrians cvenladkie Travel Jlagazlne t i 11Learning the Rule Little Elsfc Lets play keeping house IJJ tbe tub lady of the hpuse Little MargIeAnd swimt will T bet Little ElsieOh TOUH beanother lady come to call on me and Ill pretend to be glaiKto see yotiChtcigo NeWs 71 h i i SPECIAL lE FOR ONB WEJKj Of Ladies Suits Separate Skirts Silk 01ts Silk petticoats Silk Waists SaLine PettIcoats WhIte Lawnw Wajsts and Muslin Underwear 1ftotdrtoredUce fri I the Stk nthis dpartment We wfll offef a special i I tIi10 Per Cent jiscftiit i iFOROtWEEK 1t r ijji l 1 Nooldgoodsincluded iithi sale Evrt tw f 7SSeasons latest designs t I jfment11iILift 7 ats i in good b which wewill e1H for lL 1r11 j 1 1lla1ff 7Pri1 ee- Dont e- I eJJii t l 1 i oe too slllwto take adantage oft 4kivfit wont last aw ys 1 I j f IiIetohtfailtoeeouistockiof 0 0I I r iadl s Oxfordsd It fyou Wish the corredt thing X I bRohertsOnpl bro kfGOJ fji I INCORIORATED1I i 4 I I iJ iuk5 rSSE iQii ATCOSTcc ivrLiJIIIai iiV t4III IlI TiNANDGLASSWAREI 3 4 i rGood f bargains in MasonsJars pintst r fff iquarts ctod halfgaloh Ip i cJr stack of 3roceriesis complete ineylrtllime 4 MeatlatdSqgijrand Hoc I If 1L t J0 sold attose prices foi cash OountrySpro1ici4 i z X 4change same as cash 7S JIa4f StI PJIIt FOR lGGs i f = FIVE PER CENT OFF FOR CASH C ltFr Cuk l j ii 1 ryrrh 1L4 WI13NC13 jf w iffI lLia 5I1 I IIssSUMMER CLOTIIES I f tlf f ANDI r t1i l iiI S 0mCl arcce J NottpJ t JtIftt 1 t fv l t OlIR rn W r it thfNl htyhL1tofTwb I SUItSSForWot Wuithrip it 1 Srgs and r IPtitWttt 11jtS i to Swp j ti t J riIB ItY1flYIeTffiEtG i ijii- HM tta+ i T r Tw 7v Jwt 4TII NSWS LEADER Il1 6 t AjYll CARDS 1 t tt It Ii i tI jiiIiisritie f Thew JUscol by tlicDifferent Nationr iifPr l t Ui most interesting collec iidt Jf ifeHitly 8attl k man ordinarily too fMv tolRak the trlp over the seas i iaeif 5s ia assortment of playing Nf roS frpm vatIous partS ot the wt1c In every country Hidownerot the iio A nectibn vsltand le Hveitto a iWgKjed many picked up cards of local f ianntactre and o represeiitutlve ot i e Ration i Ttie Hussion cards axe perhaps the V J1i1sbelabQratc Tbefaces of the kings Jj viii queens are different In each suit Indicating the raolal elements that go f It j r vfo compose the empire t 4On the Greek cards classical heroes v and heroines are represented Nestorr V tjfor example Is the king of hearts andL 5 V1regt 8 the knave Agamemnon Is the 1tt Vklhg of clubs Hercules the Jack of 4 spades and limos and Danae the king y aiid queen of diamonds The Greek j paciisraUieracheap one and scarce t i Jy does honor to the celebrities perjj trayed j r Gadlz Isa center for card mannfac 1Ltifin1r The Idea of tBe Spanish card I maker Wema to be to get as much color tl3e cards as osstbJe The royalB t sare 9f unusual magnificence fff Tfee clubs are big bludgeons In green 54andred and the knave of clubs gayly 1 1rIsoned on iq prancing horse rer l t jjQlrida you Instantly of Tack the Giant t daglifers fIn j iier are disks and djea cups Uap cards In some of tie Spanish packS arerfrery thin and have a capital spring J tllhe Madeira cards coide from 14fbon The figures are more convention r + slln des1gntb 11 on the pnIshrice cards are adorned with typical F c Portuguese scenes ikpecullarlty of tho pack bought In t Qonstantihople Is that the ace cards c t in additiOn to the single Spade dia Sabndf club or heart In the center o tacfi have diminutive aces at the up liec 16ft hand and lower right bands corners irhe Italian face cards portrny der eidertly gloomy personages Each one rtlC fce cards by the way carries V ip sinaI print the name and address of th6 maker There are tiny packs an c r ifiiyhand a quarter by n Inch and r Xthr equarters flnsize which can be 1i vbpught on the streets of Naples f r1 edo These resemble the Spanish tI Beards to some extent although the j royalties are nio re dignified i fiCairo is a great card emporium and s Mousky street offers rich returns to t 1ecard hunter Fortune teyhig cards rrinsb l e 51n demand there to Judge fronthe samples I saw In the coUCC s lion The Cairo playing carts com 1I mostly from Germany Theyare brll ftIthSrr4 r t The gem of all the packs comes pfrom Switzerland The cards are UJ nUr onesnd threequarters by two- i1 and A half Inches In size nOd the back v design Is the edelweiss The kings queens and Jncks are delightful srutllcg i In Swiss costume and the jiurchasei certainly gets his moneys worth for V each face card has two halt figures i iiq 1t unlike On th aces are Swiss ncenes and objects of Interest atep two t V toa card tIp subjects Including the 1 i castle of Chilon the Matter orn the liridge at Lucerne an the Lion of Ltt erneJI Indianapolis Stir V k M LEGENOSOFSCIENCEIIu1 I loads tn Solid Rock theMoa and ths ii Gtganlifc MJnhocai tJItQriesof long suffering toad iF i tiidffrogs entombed intBofidr6icia represent myths such as arise from Yvimperfecl observationi of the lrjcumstances under which such an arediscdvcrelw write DrHtda1s i3 Andrew Wilson These creatures Vcancertah11y live tor long periods Yptirae=DrBucklands experiment ttIietthfe limit at about two years 1t inclosed in cavities iindtdeprived of water orotherfobd But the fable credits these pent up amphibians l with lasting for untold geological 4 ages If this were thjj casey these e zoolog1callbpVan Winkles would rprov really to bo far older than the Boldestl fossil frogs anfl toads which V iis of course absutd Whitt rock- k is smashed fip no one can then as J eerP that it was a solid mass and JJpossibility 6a toad or frog in f itsyoung state gaining access to the interior of thi rock through some crevicp and growing so that it t fconld not escape from Its durance j epe never seems to occur to the 5 ioinds of those ttho are fond Gptr V petuating stories of such modern minrbles S Juqhe4 notion that certain animals supposed to have long been extinct 3 JaYiilt livo dh in remote a d in- i rtrtRcccssIble parts qf the earth isone ir k frequentlyex11uite i That Wgan 1 bird of the New Zealand islands the j mQa is saidevery now and then 4 j vnT6 been discoverediilive but tHyingrmoa has ever been foundIt Jl1 1 Q its hone are cQptm t eubugji nniae superficial deposits ft ofte native land Biddnin the fJ sea depths laud rising seldom from the ocean jabysscs reptilian forms of huge si r have been credited with sRcagionaltv revisiting the glimpses of the moon But reptiles requiro Ao comc to the surfc to breathe ijlie poSspss lungs alone as TC t rfijtory organs Even the turtles Sf i alligators that are capable of riEiiiaining for long periods below ivater must now and thpn take inm Av trash supply of atmosphere yv Omj very curiousillustration Of gigauJ7zie nlhlllsJis found in an account ffsveri fierionglyjand exactly in scien 4 v i ffcjpurnnk iit7lS78 The animal S lu3jtLcstioII 08 called the minho i fc K fcaQ 1twIsbcIicvedt lan earth g1rt Iiisaid to attain a lengtftr fifty yar cia bVendtlr of five yards and c1sJJ tdth a bony armor ar accounts credited it With being worm but it is hard to conceive ofs anworm exhibiting the character isiics given ot this creature whfchc Was said to uproot trees and to ause very grave disturbances of i1Jnits FRANKLINS burrowing operations GARS thejj me Fhilosppher Often Taken ortQuaker Though He Was Not One Benjamin Franklin was often taken gr a Quaker but the philosopher did not belong to the Society of Friends Franklin beinV a simple citizen of Philadelphia wore clothes of a fashion et by the Quakers a plain gray or Tlrab suit He continued to wear tiils iostnme while lie was In France One when his court suit was not ready ha appeared In lila republican garbjd tore Louis XVI He became the task on In Fiance and Indeed In nearly all th8lprto dress a la German historian Schlosser descrlblhg appearance In the French uthesl1ppl16Ilti mostly matters of appearance r the Quaker aspect was only an as ent Franklin was brought up by his arents iIn Boston In the Congregation ali church and was Intended by them or the ministry When he went to Philadelphia lie says In his autobiog he paid his annual subscription to the only Presbyterian minister or meeting we had in Philadelphia But He distinctly avows his disagreement with Presbyterian doctrine and later was quite as ready to Welcome and as sist Whltefield the Methodist with Whom he also opeiiiy disagreed Later till he took a pew In an Episcopal church but lie was never a cOmm nicant Episcopalian He says much about religion In his autobiography ex plains how he became a deist in ihb yout jut abandoned the doctrine ause Jt was not useful In making menI good His own creed he 4ecarcsto b6I bellet In God and in the JmmortaJltYoJ Ij the soull Thongftmy scheme was not l wholly without religion he Avrite there was no mark of any of the ditf tlngulshlng tenets of any purttoalbil sect Youths Companion Cleaning Marble To clean marble take two parts of oda one of pumice stone and one of Jfinely powdered chalk Sift these through a tine sieve and mix thjfm into paste with water nub this won over e marble and the stains will be re moved 1hen wash it with soap ndI water and polish with a sott1ryclotht Washing Drcs Good Light cotton dress goolls hold their 2olor better when washed in this way Four quarts of bolfcd starch are mad Unit of this Is putinto two pallf uls oi oft warm water and the goods washed until clean Add water to the remain Ing half of the starch and rinse Dry and Iron oa the won s d t t Pr ctical Patriotisin In the cnrly part otbewnw betneep he states when patriotic merchants manufacturers were sencllpg their clerks and workmen to the with a promise to provide for the t of thiir families as wellas their alnries tluriligthclr aCid encea very enthusiastic landlady New ardlXS1billsr the nation A Fallacy CIA womdnhsnlsense of humor remarked the tjfcrid pan That Is a fallacy answered his wife that has arts en froth the fact that most of them uretiotsoshipid us totugh at their husbands Efforts to ba ele1erWashlngtoni Star Nothing r4an There I say tYncle Jak 1 dreamed you gavo zne half a crow Bvlast night Did you me bof Well you can keep if London Tdtlor Those Wicked Clubs Doctor to wffe whose husbandis ts lot your husband a hypochon drlac WlfcOh doctor he doesnt belong to any society at all Mejjgen dorfer Blatter r to i lose all In the search hil = h content with the klP grc cHug Raiser t Chester rllCU1JO Vatersiiib ii probably que lit6 U10t pregrsswe hog re lers df Kaiisas He belieVes Iu keeping his stock up to the highest standard Und illnppropr1ate iou ng the animals he raises lie has Just Completed a cement hog house which cost him 800 One of the features of thIs house ia a dipping trmk which Iav u novelty Instead of dlpolng one ani t1nl nt a time he has built a 1gedIp- 9Iig tank nntl arranged nn elevator whIch works inside the tank He loads tills elevator full of hogs and then lowers it until all tlic hogs ave lip mersed whon the platform Is raIscd and after the hogs are allowed to drill for n minute or two the gates are opened and the hogs released ns the elevator being again filled By this method he can dip imore hogs in a minute than can be done In an hour by the old system Kansas City lour uall The HeilB Stnrn Il matn The contract of Phelps Delehanty Overall Chech Harper Ewing Od wtll Lobept Corcoran and Carr with the Cincinnati baseball club have been iromulgatedS Gene De Mont Gene De MontrevIHe fs balking on the salary offered him by the Toledo club If hr refuses to piny Otto Kru gcrwlll be stationed at second for tlw Mud ikens Wf WiniWifi OO Ooo gBecayour powers of reeietanc weakened 0Tab ScoUr Emulsion urentire systein H bitsSGY 1 preparod Uiat it ft r to lake and ayto digest I AMD 41MI The SPORTING WORLD Pl LTIk Another Pirate has bejm sent back o the minors by the Plitsburg JJfation al lleague baseball Club and there nree till about nineteen others slated to bo- ndisposed ot before ifanager Fred Clarke takes hIs crew south on tho training trip Frauk Huisemaij an outfielder is the 1astxgcsassociation1lj jrr The latest rgdnctlon decreases the t numljer of players ontlie local club to fHowevert ilotl a 1 l lIrltEul CtiAIiKK 1UTfBUJfO OATrAUCMAXi AOEIt telling plans for the future and did not anuoiince tlio terms of the heal made public recently wherebyl TlulsemJin drafted from Montreal of the Eastern league goes back ton league of tile same clnss he came from Pl tsburgis stilljni the market for a catcher hut whether another compe tent backstop can be secured is a mai ler for the future The composition of the PlttsbilVs team outside f the batterieshas baeiT practically de ided upon Ncalon will play first wit 1 iVbbaticchlo oil secondt Wagner at sh srd Starke at third while Clymgr Halh lan and Lojch will coy er the outfield Storke a Harvard law student played third basel for th Proviilencej Eastern league team last year and ins generally regarded fis a phenomenon If hofailsjto make goojf with the Sraokjf city team hOwever a nUlIcAndersQuwlll BalJ PlayerEat Too MuchsIt was announced recently that the IJ players of the Pittsbur National Jtt leagup baseball team will the coming season be forced to oat on the Euro Penn plan while on thorond instead orIgetting the food m job lots as hasIbeen the custom heretofore Barney DreyfusS has seen the lightl He announces tfttt pln ers eat toor much when they dont seem to be pay ing forit themselves and In conse jnenee do not keep In the best condl t tion They get out of condition carry Ing too much foot about in nii Inter vleAV tcjegrhplled tto the sporting edi tion of One oC the PIttsburg paperjj DJeyfuss Is quoted as follow I flunk the players eat altogether too niucii at the nqontiay meals now not that herolls any objection to the prkeJbutlt gets them out of iiond tlon Now my idea for thi ypar is lhil the players be put up al some goQq EuFpeaii pan hotel mid allowed to feed themselves Give them 3 per day for fopil whfch will be as much as mot of mem wlllAvaiit to spendam11JI lot more than some of them will spend1 I am satisfied Whpn n hungry ball player falls down befon a menu card at an American II hotel and knows he can eat every thing that card Jlc Js likely to cut r more tLan he should especially he Is going to play ball that day Our iden Is an experiment If tt 1turn1 j BUTTON MAD The Height of the Craze In tho urn of LousXIV Tlie joldest buttons at present in the museums and aniong the col lection arcthe gold buttons discov ered at Mycenae at the time of the excavations undertaken by 1r Schliemann a id also those found in the tomb of hilderic 1 The latter were exhibit latl Life Louvre in the Musee des Souvbrains They arc vinadc of goldandofl colored glass imitating garnet Buttons dctncb1 cd from copes arid rcljgious gars ments of the middle aras and of the renaissance have also been discovered r But thcrichcst tl ings of the kind beyond a doubt are those that wcro worn by Louis XIV tL MazcSen c er in the Register of Didmonda and Presents to the King1 at pros torIcignof the buttons of that pompous sov ereign It is aS follows Feb3J 1085 Montarcy pre sented to the king eighty diamond buttons valued at 180030 Qivrc3 fay 7 ld5Made and deliv ered by Sicur Bone six diamond but tons 30000 livros t July 20 1GS5 npvidedover bv Montarcy to the Marquis do Seigno lay for the king seventyrfive diamond buttons fiSG03 livfcs- Augr l685luvo diamond buttons C7SCC livrc Aug iti 1685Three diamond buttons G9S6GO livrcs Dec 20 l6SiFour diamond buttons 83775 lyres j4 uothor item in the same year- July 20 iGS5 Pirnished by MorifiuryHoT tile kings vest orty1 eight gold buttons caoh set with a lwcinn1 and ninetysix clasps for tyeight of which were composed of five diamonds each an i fortyeight etona diamond carh 38oI23 livroi Also 384 Clasps fur the doublet jf the lags tC20f which were icrjnea or nve dlambnas eacn ana 162 of one diamond each 10063ig livres t f 1n addition there were even or ilamenfal clasp s of threo diamond I 2012td livros Simdry pregents tnirtythree or nanentea clasps 574866 livres That foots up a ttilof abou B00p000 livres for tie buttons of the trgieat king for the single year 635 The recedirg YeAr Louis nr receiVed a lot of brttorra that vjere alued at Ipri000 livres In these enumerations there ia iip nen lion of the diamonds for the shoes garterS the cuffs aId the huts of the monarch We are dbligedto admit wfthout coals and pvc cQats garnished witl misorablelittle cloth and bone aft ffancythe dudes of the days of Louis XiV Paris FigaVo f lIFbhDrmlDa In Deep Watt Several examples of a zoological pa loxafish which would isiJeedily be dcWic4 if placed In deep water haxls 1ccnttroplcalriycrS IIts method of pro described by plturn resSlonlnSteu skip ad jump journeying Inland as it does over long distances It climbs by means of the breast fins over the roots and even into the boughs of trees London Graphic Desecration yfthe Pyramid The TJ ypilim pyramids will prob ally lose much of their magnificent and legendary appearance In the near future The Egyptian government b09j given permission for the erection of homes dnd hotels jjh the vast plain stretching from Eskjjblch to the Nile and coyepd with thp ancient sphinxes r and structures Already several so cieties inure been formed to hvall lhclusehcs of the view for tbebiillding of P1lt1l1esqne around the pyramids of are to be erected real American skyscrapers from nine to ten stories In height me Reil SIyn4ure Indian chiefs tleatfn1fwdu theTJbv crnmerit now have to append thou thumb prints to the documents instead of cross marks as hitherto The reasou Is that chiefs hnje frequently repudl nte6 the cross marks and tlie objlg dons Involved 1 m first document was recently Jgned by thumb print It was a treaty between the government and he TJmatilIn Indians bf Washington to allow cattle to crlS the Indian reser vation unharmed Chicago JournaLJ DccrjlideH In an Automobile A wild doe dashed lute the streets of Lynn and caused gtt excitement Chased by a crowd it Tjnge4 through plate glass window lr The coffee store f litton Bros Jouqn A pollceI nn i pursued R into ili cellar und up the back stairs vhrc Its wild scrninbie it smashed rtes o crockery and ovcrturired chests of telL A crowd finally subdued It and tiedi its feet with ropes Game Warden Blriieyhadto or dor a publfc automobile lo get the ani away from the crowds It was de posited in the back seat and the chauf feur whizzed the strauge party deep Into the woods where tho frightened was liberated jr e1t ol SKnrfft Juli Brown t ie eccentric son of 9corghigayea11nne his tIC yeighth blrtliday which src markable for Its s mbertless Twelve persons were presetiU one of whom was Governor Terrell On the table lisa black velvetcloth At each cov orwas placed a black fr mor card A kull was also by the side of each1 plate while suspended from the center t the chaudclicfc was another huge skull of ashy whUe under which on a black pedestal sat the figure oC a monk draped In black Candles were at each plate and there was a candla for every course of the1 dinner With the end of each course a candle was snuffed out this being continued through the dinner until no Tights WP1P taft on the tabl rTouovca inair cvcns- Sludge Thfs watch has been stopped for two or three days Jeweler Iein seo it There Is nothing the mrttter 1me it except thiijt it has not bsen tbttIwind it uJi Just before 1 went to bed aid I ImVeut been to bed for three nights Physiology A pupil In a school near Cbajhnm EUHtt New York lay thus define the word spinet A spine Is a long Umber lone Imir hoadI sots on out cud and you set onutlie other Lip plncottV Magazine i Hard to Suit When your liiotUarfiuJuTV folr Into the water why didnt rOil iieip to get jtr Out v 3Jv dear nindant you Utf know hRfsnotiilng Ive ever ilnne his please- dqr1n1yJl TKinks Ho Is a Bear Robert Ov ruirtler lted ortfiya jeiiv farnpi living olt crwk jJTKrurum ooiiiity JKy lMJrtine Insane 1IjIbnl11ll1 trjisineshe la a ur InI = = =n The Sqng lof the Half There are fouryersesVerse Ayers Hair Vigor stops falling hair Vers 2 Ayers Hair Vigor mdkes the hair grow Verse 3 Ayers Ifjair Vigor cures dandruff Verse 4 Ayers Hpir Vigor makes the scalp healhy and keeps it so It is a regular hairfoo1 this is the real secret of its won 1derrul success Tho begtfklhd of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years d byJ co Arr Co towellt jqrsCL Growing Girls 5rr Growing girls need care adviceanmpcijcine especially on reaching the j geof puberty A mother srtendeVcare and vordSI of caution will4 often ecompljslr wonders f As for medicine a gftitle safe and reliable strengthening tonic is Wine of Cafduj twill prevent and relieve pam regulate the functions cfear the complexion and strengthen the onstttutiQJiJ l rt Jt is a yaluable medicine Ifof growing girls It- t i has tided thousands over a critical period aRdIf saved them from years of suffering It tad never ddharniand is sure to do good Arelvef or cure for all female disorders in girls andrworien At eiery druggists in 100 bottles Tryit III IIIWIt EE- I OF CARD Ol AR ERSNAKE I ISTOPS A TRAIN Reptile Crawls Into Reading Railway 1 SignallBox Red light wand Sets A Rerfdiuj railway express traIn go as at fifty mires an hour was brought to A sudden stop nbove Blrdsboro by the showing of the red light at one of 1tl anism of the system was responsible for setting the signal When the engineer brought his train to a halt he waited one minute Jllen proceeded slowly to the next Hall sig aal VheiQa white light indicated that the block jyas clear When he got tb Reading lhev reporied the singular occurrence and an Inspector was sent down to investigate The snake which was eighteen inch s long was killed t Clubs TVoninn to Death Wilts Dog Charlie Red Horge a gioux Indian pounded Mary Bull uyoung squaw oter the head twith a dog Inflicting in Juries from which the woman diedj Red Horse was In love with the squaV and because she rebuffed him he flew Into a rage picked up a shepherd doff which stood at his feet and swJnglng et above his head proceeded to use the canine asa clubv beating the woman over the head and shoulders until site fell to the ground unconscious The dogs skull was crushed and It was dead wheq it dropped from the hand of the enraged Indian Died am In Wife Dream Tired of waiting for her husband to rome home Mrs Mary Bohland of 57 Henry street Jamaica N Y went to bed about2 oclock She awakened suddenly from a klream In which thebody other hqsband was seen by her suspended from a rafter fft the cellarj Springing from her bed she hurried to the cellar ard there true to her dream was tho dead bqdy of her husband Nicholas Bqflland flftyseyen yearsol- dIe had matIc a noose of a pair of sus penders and iifter making It fast to his neck and a niftcr bad kicked a barrel from beneath hm REVIVED AFTER HANGINGGI Condemned Negro Now Free and the Law Cant Touch Him Reports received atFort Worth Tex from trainmen nOd passengers bn the Southern Paclllc state that John Arm strong a negro hhngcjkat Columbus Iex Friday April 19 for wife mur thor revived afteri being placed In thfr coffin anti when given to his brother at Sealey for burial was given medical attention It isdeclared thut Armstrong Is now living anti that friends and relatives fearingtilCIf Armstrong is living he will be the only living niuu who has paid the deathS penalty TM fact that he was pro flounced doarfat the hanging senders the stRtvt powerless to again enforce the death penalty BsyayS rPoors Ago Schoolboys in old England toon to Lailn ami Greek iit atr early age At 5L Saviours Crammer school South tvurk In Hill a IfljltI of stcn yciiri ind ihtve montlb wzik admitted uk jo ordinary occurnnifo who signed lUi tormof admission stating himself o b readhifj aifll jaruhig In tIe ace lonco and cntcrin into Iroprla quac iarlbus etc audi also Tuljy his sec ond epstla umfmi tluSK gitlrorel by Sfemlus uqil Corderlu dIaloueic etc the hours of study were bag too AU did record says that from March till eJitttu bpsthe child Is to come at f In the morning anti be at sphiol till 11 awln at and tarry tUl 0 Ther sjt of tlio year ho iIs to begin In thp inontlni nt T und leave at i in the afternoon fhe aialstor y11J not give ivtve to play- oucc rt voek The inalster was to skilled In the Latin null able to111t graminan oratorj poetry an ek 1li4 also the principles1 of He trpv HIJl4 tp be of a wlsa sociable and loviiis fllsposltion not hiisty or furious nor of in example He shall dlwern the nature of every child if such way be discerned Charitablo Birds Onoe Upon 1i time n lair of robins had their nest In the fence near the bnuse while r pair of ciUblrd hai built theIrs In a bush close by Ti two pairs hatched out tftelr young abonb the same tlm but soon the rob Iris disappeared entIrely Very likely they were slit or trapped because U8ffrmufttliave been som7 grave catiso for the parent birds deserting their ba bics The young rUbIn npncarod to be starving Whofi the catbirds came with a llt of food for their young the baby robins would mate a gfeatliols and oke their heads out asfar as the dared Presently It was noticed that the cat Nrds were feeding die orphans Every night too white one of the Catbirds covered its own young its mate performed a like service for the young robins In this way both broods wer reared the robins growing up aa strong and lively as though they had been cared for by their own parents Philadelpbto flecnrd f A MATTER OF BUSINESS The Lesson b Vegetable Vender Taught a Dazed Vomanj OnIjn single ibhage remained of 1Itthe wagon load tof produce with witted huckster was alive to the chance of selling it though the hour was late As he glanced fromi side to side of tin street seeking a purchaser says a wrter in tile N ef York nhc was hailed from ft doorway by a housewifes cry What are you selling Whoa Bill said the vender to horse and to the prospective Ibis he called Only one cab loft missus Is it a goodones11e asked rom the curbf Sure as good as ariy ever camfe rom Jersey How much dp you want for itf Its worth a dime lady but I want to sellout aq you cnn have it fora nickel After pulling off some of the leaves to make sure the head was fresh and sophd the womanhandedI the huckster a nickel The coin was transferred to his pocket already filled and the cabbageiwas placed in the womans arms As she turned toO another wo man who had come up during the bargaining said to the merchant JGot any cabbage Yes maam one head leftf much is it rrTIm cqnts4 ajgood head kind of Long Island cab The wojman whohad just bought the last head cabbage Tras aston- tdied by hfs alm assertion that h had one Ileft when she knew the bot tom of his cart was bare She wait ed to see how he would satisfy the second woman When the last corner said Jll lake it the huckster turned calmly to the owner of the caybage took iit from her army and han1dit to tliq new customeiv At the same tirao he took her dime fr per fingers As the dfirst woirian stood with mouth open ton astonished to pro- st the second walked away Then the womin deprived of her cabbage found voice to say indignantly Thatwas ray cabbage Row The huckster iinterrupted her with I 0 Yes maain I knbw it Heres the dime I got you for it Youre a nickel in cHut I didnt want to sell it Didnt want to sell it he ex laimed in a sorrowful tonetSure you die when yu could mstke a profit like that Never miss a chance to make money Ilady That a the way to get rich Heres your dime and as the woman still dazed tookthe dime he said Git up Bill A VAT of Putting It lIQtJold did you say sIte wns7 looking nskance at the Ktronguilndod flausilter TwentytwoSl GlraiXous hut shes young fox her age Philadelphia North Ambrlcan jjUzugeros Lnkei ShcThey say that sailing on lakes 1t considered fur more danserou than on the se- aHeI guess thafrt right Ite heard st more engagements made In a cano than on n fctf urnshlD v Johnnys Horrid Finish It yoj dont quit entlugso much Johnnyl exclaimed Mrs Lapsllujr hor rifled nt fthe Kluttonuus propensities off IDQrrouIIJTrlhunfe Tcfectnblc Cutter i A piece of old handsaw rlVeted to hshovelexcellent tool for root cutting for cat tic the plejee of saw Is of course ground to tttf edge The Dst Iv ouiy iWIQfltvt THE ORIGINAL lAXATIYECOUGHSYRUPFor I expelling Colds from the sys thebowelsrelief for croup end whoOlrurcoulh Nearly ill other relconstipaUn Kenneda Laxative movestfleOpiates fr1 ClcverBlos fri 10m an tIM Boaey Be I to oa rrwy fcottte J Tn1eI Itre KENNEDY LAXATIVE OOJOTAEJIXOHONEYMTAR AcrAXCB 0T pJwiTT ft ObQHIQAOQ U t 4 I Have Withdrawn MyListotFafmsFromt F firarity in ordetthat I may rs ittl t and I will in ia shor timeanpoUDCe tISome Great BaMaiiv i I In Farms and Town Property In the meantime I am pre pa1 ed to show prospective purchaser i some very desirable fanins Correspondence SolicltwIt Z0f t1 r a D LAKE t If iii t 4pSiw1EvenourGrandrqther knew whc BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT 1will doI A CONVINCING PROOF 11 y to of the worth of a medicine is the cures it can effect nZer Sone who has used BKrds Snow LItknowathtIwIUlRHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFF pHICURE BURNS NEURALGIArCON1ATED 5CIUvAND ALL PAINS v USED sNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS r V L Settle Richmond Mo writesuThis if to certify that I have used your Snpw liniment lor f1gSyears for rheumatism neuralgia lamp bacK efe nnti in every case it haS rendered immediate re1iez and satisfaction I Avoid alt Substitutes Three Sizes 2Sc JOc M BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CQ 500502 North Secowd StreetST LOWS MO f Sold nd Recommended ty Red Cross Drug Store r rrtouiSVilleisBoOmin VILLE ABOUT THESC DOYOUKJWW LOUISA 5ACTS I r j ATIlt iSTRUTOR MSIIIESSCOILEK TwOneG5AT2D enable In Illinois Ws can IIn quloic peopl df ection W Rate 1e Cbrutnaa IIlah A and jtasjteful 1ac1a picture fraime may be gas plpd cut into and tied together at the cor uots shoe springs A pOpe weight may be by half a brick In r uch as butcher us and tylngit red tape A towel rack may be fabricated from a baseball bat and two the and atr excellent A novel pipe rack fep fas tidious smokers may be made a small of plank boleS In It for th of the to pass through A dried iiiefl an tobacco jar rh I 4w 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