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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i ESTABLISHED IK IN 1883 J ItG oo ji Ii1ii NEERIESOL XIV NO 2ft I CCSPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON I COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 711907 d I s100 PER yTk i 1 I iki TRUSTY I PRAcTICAL 4 i DENTISTt Office over Havdon Barljer 1 Pental work atreasonable prices I t U work guaranteed sJ SPRINGFIELD KYT= OUR DIRECTORYI 0 SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles tphth oi east of exington 59 miles from LouIsville on Bardstown branch ol jLouisville and Nashville lailroad in a ffarming and affricultoral districtJ Two Banks telegraph and telephone I lines express office flour mills lumber yards PopuatiOfl 1700 population of 3Yl l conbty 15000 Representative in Congress Hom a Ben Job isony Bardstown Ky And Representative InKeutucky Legis ature Hon W D Claybrooke Represcntative in State SenteHon Harrv Lancaster Lebanon Ky County Direcfoyw ClRCUliCOURT And ICircuIt Court begins on the fourth f and Octo FoMayMonday in February bet I1HThurman Judge Ri l Durham Commonvrealth At TIorney rRobt ANoe Clerlt iLG Leachman Master ConunUs n I oner t cans f QtJARTt Y COURTveiin Qiiarterly Court is held on the third ilbnday in feuch month thu iB Jy Litsey Judge look COUNTY COURT thefonrth lineCounty Co tmectson Monday in ech mouth BL Litsey Judge Clerk j TSMayesCountyAttOrneyRE George Catlett Jailerj Sidney Oabourne Sheriff Sam Andereon tiHerbert 1 Ed Masters one James F Moore County Surveyor T UP OBryau rby WT Mitchell Deputy the Robert Noe Treasurer jM Montgomery Coroner J w BSSupt of Common nbhoqla PO SpringfielduJ + I I f fCITXJohnGracetMarshalt Police COURT Judge b LWFGrigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jnotice cotirts are held in January April July and October t Church Dire torYrt CHURCHlZi METHODIST Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser vices on the First and Third Suiidavs Iri each month at 11 a tn and 730 p m TsUuday at 10 amSundaySchool every Rrayer mteHng every Wednesday t aghtJ aIi CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessav Pastor Ser t I Tiles very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock tc r ilmV Services at StRose same hours I J PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1Rtv R E C Lawson Pastor preaching every Sundayat if am as and at Vpm Sunday sebolevery nndaVBt 10 am Prayer meetin very Thnreday evening at 7 oclock LCtBAPTIST U RCHJReyrVm Harrieon Williams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am Iand 746 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 Am Prayer meeting k every Tuesday eyeniag at 745 oclocki i L rLt GHRisTiAN CHURCH Rev Frank W Bare Pastor Sei vices every SundaI Sunday School j at930am = OrdersIFraternal I MASONIC roDGSpringfle1d lodgtI No 5 ineet3 first and third Moudaj el each oibn tho Wasit = ton R A Chapter No 5 meetSEyery second Tuesday Sprinfrfield Council o52 meets on verv iparth Mondays KNIGHTS of THE MACASHHS Meet t u tVf i h each me FOlEYS HONEY ANDiAnt I I originalIremedy lungtro Goddforeverybody Sold everywhere r The genuine grOLEYS HONEY and TAR is ia- v j aY llowpackage Refuse substitute Prepared enly by Fay A Company Chios BO Isale by Red GrossDrngS r TJIEp NI3WS=LEADI3Rrr iiiOO ii mn rolfrUJUU- mwro mw t iiJ1 ROUND OF t1tKr 1 j nnnn ftnnl1lnnnnnn nnnnf8U WanderlustI rT tlTheyhear the music of the Theipinetrees streamsI am homesick for the l to My soul longs for the bahn 1 to be there among them rr of Their solitudes and ca1mmto be there among them Neath skies so blue antI clear Where the world of im4n s ems far away And God so very near i am homesick forthe hills Greenclad with spruces tall ere golden mIsts come creeping t11Andthe I llong to sit at sunset inOnorAudwatreUpon foIdo Where life is full and free ofWhereTheres where I fain beT my sfraining eyes look westward My heart with longing fills callingrIFlorence M Cooley in Good Health NTHUSIASTIC The bigi crowd of delegates alter ates and other good Rep bli whp attended the State con afc Lotrisyille returned high spirits and full of eutiasm over the bright outy for Republican success at of polls m November all along the All are agreed that the convention was the largest andVI most entheusiaslic gathering of- epublicans ever held in the and there was a feeling of confidence pervading the air that porlended success That theJI is remarkably strong isthe general remark that much is admitted even admitted Mara Henry Watt ron in CourierJournal and the platform is progressive and stands for the law and the moral plift of the State it is the opinion of manylopal Republi IIl cans that Washington county cane placed intlie Republican column this fall and a determin gIdates wiliJshdrtly be named for Representative and State Sena from this county and the party will be thoroughly organ d fortQe campaign of of TEEDPESTI wish you to tlrthe farmers of this county said wellkncwn frmertothe News Leader man the other day tog he necessity of doingsomething exterminate the1 wild onions which are rapidly gaining a foot j old on the farmers of the ttr qountynJhe wild onion is perhaps the most injurious weed t well as the most Difficult to exterminate any off the many j weedipests with which the far have to deal The wild owing to its peculiar pungent flavor has been known to render unfit for use whole fields of wheat and the butter from milk cows which pare access to itis spoiled In certain localit ies the prevalence of wild onions have been known to put out of business local creameries owing to themilk from some of the cows becoming contaminated yI in lidsbeing pastured infested with this pest It has only re cently begun to have a hold in this county having started in the western end where it has spreadi from Nelsbn uotinty Farmers shoulV take promptthand vigorous measures to eradi uate ttipest before it become too great The only sure method of destroying the wild onions is saidfabtito dig them up and md haulthem off Plowing nolgoodpread as long as there is a bulb or seed remaining onjthe ground1 Et is said thit there are whole farms in Nelson county that have been ruined by this weed and there are a number Of farms in this county in danger if some thingia not soon done Ib st the spread FAIR There seems to OUR more than the usual i I amount of interest takeu in the elonett Springfield fair which is to lJ 7v = vf OVf occur the last weelc in August premium list has been re 10f vised and new features added to e program The improvement the prices of horses and other live stock bus caused an impetus the breeding industry and everything pint to a big show horces A well posted horse made the reraarkj the other fldaythere will be the big es show hv itina There ia no case of indigestion noW matter how irritable ot40w obstinate will not be speedily relieved by use Qf Kodol The main factpr curing the stomach of any dis r is rest and the ouly way to get is to actually digest the food th4 stomach itself dcwill it lit is a scientific preparation vegtable acids containing tho very Same juices found hia healthy stomach It cotifonns to the pure food and drug law Sold by the Red Qross Drug Store Save Money By Paying City Taxes Now Citv taxes have been due siucB March 1st The penalty will be added to all property and poll tax unpaid July 1st 1907 tax receipt iis in the hands Mr LoUIS B Cain City Treasurer at the First National Bank and it is necessary for to call on him and pay theS amount of your axes before July 1st if you wish to avoid the penalty By order of the Uity Council 14th 1907 tr C M McChordd City Clerk Sixteen Splendid Acts i Through an arraugement with l Pfank R Spellmen of Cleve land Ohio the Blue Grass Fair will J ave the most remitrkabie everjCofferedl done by exactly the same peopleSl which hits been arrangedfor the Ohio State Fair at Columbus one to the two or three biggest fairs the entire country and one which devotes spEcialattention it free attractions These zl- tractions will embrace practically b ally all tha interesting features ofa modern circus and thje proF will require aboiit two hours for its completion They will include Spellmans troup of performing bears the largest upof bears ever offered at anv show TheU will include the great Vale teens the mos sensational trapeze and casting act vhich has been put before the ublic in a number of years and a number of other attractions equally good These attractions will be a daily feature of the Blue Grass Fair from August 12th to 17th inclusive DO31llCS Caullo1Cllrcb by local applications as heY cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf nee and that is byconstitutional auIlining off the Rustachia n Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rnm blitig sound of imperfect hearing anj vhenjit is erttiref CIO9t Deal nesis is tlitj result and nnleas the iri ila nation can be taken dnt and this tntie restored to its normal condition iriiin will be distroycd forever ilim e cases out of ten are caustd by Ca ajrh which Is nothing but an in flamedcondition of the mucous yur fac Vevill giv e One Hundred Dollars bydHaWs Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney Co Toledo o IToldI Booze Dial It pJoe Johnston colored Popetownupon charges prefer d by his wife and Lewis M C Elroy both colored was arrest ed Monday morning by Chief of Pqlice Thompson and placed jail The warrant accuses John son disorderly conduct carrying ia concealed deadly weapon and malicious shooting His trial will be held tomorrow morning Ibefore judge Thomas at the jourt house Johnston was one the excursion party which the day in Louisville unJ and while there iVec upt boo efAnother case1 lto be tried by Judge Tbomas tomorre is t that of James Baker of Bye county who was arrested by Chief of Police THompsoo on a charge of drawing waving and a deadly weapon in a passenger coach while occupied passengers and employees is alleged that Baker too was member cf the excursion which ent trom this section to Louis ville Sunday On the same excursion I a negro from Campbells yule a negro was stabbed Dy a negryby the name of Hdcker who lives near Calvary this county Lebanon Enterprise i Th31inmc lib33 Number three is a worderfu mascot for Geol H Parris of t Cedar Grove Me accord ingto a letter which reads After1 suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by the failure to find relief I triedfElectric and us a result I am aE well man today Thefirst bottle relieved and three bottles com pleted the cure Guaranteed best on earth for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Haydon Robertson druggists 50c Foreman Killed Mr FL R Hayes foreman of the L N bridge gagwus atlltPhsoriie1 other workmfiQWere on a freight car that was being switched when theysaw that it would run ito an open switch All of them juraped from the1car in safety except MrHayes who InI some manner lost his balance and fell in front of the moving the wheel catching Mis head badly crushing thq back of skull killing him instantlv remains were brought to his in this city1 where funeral J were held Tuesday after noon and his remains were taken Louisyille for interment De- ceasEd wits a member ortbe Christian church an honorable and worthy citizen and leaves aj wife one son arid two daughter to mourn the loss of a devoted husband and father Lebanon THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street SC Louis Send for Kentucky estimonials ttMAUD S 1After absenting myself from the newsy columns q the C N C for some feV weeks I again knock for admittance asking pardon if some of my news be a iriflie stale for although I have not such an enormous bundle yet I have not been dozing all the while Little Miss Beatrice Shew maker of Bloomfield was the guest of her cousin Miss Willie bhehan from Friday till Sunday Mrs E E Wakefield is the guest ofhplr daughter Mrs Shannon Cloyd of Harrodsburg Mr Nat Bricken and wife visited Mr anJ Mrs L D Bodine Sunday of the past wsek Miss Lydia Virgin attended the MarksMohtfert wedding in Bardstown on last Tuesday The childrens day comm mo rated here on last Sunday even ing was quite a success in every respect Each child howed the careful training of thecompe tent manag rsaiid acquitted themselve4 jwjth honor Iittlett Miss Stella Flaugherwon prize for collecting the greatest sutn of money For a number of years the children of Maud have entertain litI ed at theaboye named ex cises and each j ear the house has teen packed to overflowing thus showing that the publip appreciates an interesting instructive and well rendered program Son of those from a distance who attended the childrens ex ei cises Sunday evening were MisS Lill VariArsdale and Mr Simms of Springfield Misses Nannie Thompson Sue and Ber tha Edgerton Messrs Pete uehan and Hugh Leac man and Mrs Thos Bakar ot Wilt ibburg Mas Williams and Miss Ethel Bush Chaplin Mr and Mrs Chas Lewis and Mr Ham- Slievmalrerof Bloomfield Quite a large crovd attended services at New Hope last Sun andINights friends and members rforl some few weeks Mr arle Whiteman and MiiU PrudiejWall attended the exercises here Sunday eyehing- y r Willie Shehan wife and daughter Miss Liiura were in town Tuesday A number from here attended the closing exercises at Nazareth Wednesday We bad the pleasuie of meet ing our old friend Uno sorn few days since and were de lighted to find he is again enjoy ing his former health- FRIZZLEHEAD In Every Town The following bit of classical editorializing was given to the world through the columns of FI tTHE CELEBRATED I Houghton Buggies Strictly High Grade This is one of the best high grade buggies on the market to day I also handle the Troy another high class vehicles Young Mos Buggies and Runabouts fl Call on me before buying a buggy and satisfy yourself as to quality and price s John Lily Barber I inSucessor to Haydon Barber 1 the OzarIMo Democrat Every ton his a lot oflazy devils claiming to have such weak back that jf they undertook to split the kindling woodS it would lay them up for weekst They allow their wives to take inbparders and dp washing toi k pup the family but they rejj willing to bet the drinks that they can si oulder a iwo bushel bag of wheat standing iin a half bushel measure But when ode of these crackerbox statesman passes in Kisi checks his wife in stead of holdiiia jjollification Infecting win weep over his worthless c dayer and spend years income on a funeral outfit that dont fifi him when he cio serves to be kicked into eternity A TtonKDl Dots worth of Sooil I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder Uouple for years passing gravel or stones with excruclarlng paiii sdys Ai H Thurnes a well coal operator of i Buffalo O rI got na relief from medicine until Ir begin taking Foleys Kidney Cure then the Jesuit was surprising A few doses started the brickdnst like substance is end now I have no pain Across my kidueys and I feel like a new man It has done me SIC 00 worth of good It Foleys Kidney Care w cure every form of kiduey o bladkea disease Sold at the Red Crjss Drug Store ECoi In Carl Banks who was triea in the County Couritldsji Thursdaj on the charge OfP burninera f stable owted by Mr John R Barber ana held to await the action of the grand jjtjrj has ccnfessed to the burning of this stable andl others burnel recent ly The confession covers the burning of seven barns on fur different occasions within then last six weeks The penalty for arson is from one to six years in i ihe penitentiary and if Banks is given the lijnit in each case of burning he will have a period of twenty four years o spend be hind the prison walls This will be a lesson to evildoers not soon to be forgotten Standard About Holland Holland an abbreviation of Holtl lowland It Is a low lint country on the North sea and Is composed mostlyI of deposits from tthe Ilhinc nnd other rivets nndor satyr thrown no by the soa Some parts ot It are can lower than time sea Itself and to keep the wa ter out strong walls called dikes made of great stones timber turf and clay have been built along the shores The land was fOrmerly very soft and swampy but It has been filled up or drawn out by hundreds of pumps which are worked either by wjndinllls or stitm engines The water Is pumped into canals which take the place of streets and the people go about on them In summer In little boats drawn by horses or by dogs and In Inter they travel merrily over the Ice on skates which men women and chIl- dren use with ease and grace The Middle Age There are two terms the meaning of which Is not altogether clear to boys mind girls or tq the average adult read er either for that matter The middle ages Is one the renaissance the other By middle ages Is meant that period of time about midway between the de cline of the Roman empire and the re vival of letters in Europe or more spe cifically from the eighth to the fit tenth century The renaissance meaning revival Indicates the period when the world was passing out at the Influence of mediaeval thought and cus spiritIcentury thett style developed lia Italy at that time and later originally based on the studyv foif Roman art Chicago News Riddles How many feet have forty sheep a shepherd and his dog Two the dogJ has paws the sheep have boots What precious stone Is lIke the en trance to n field Agate When may a chair be said to dislike you When It cant bear you When any one falls down what Is the first thing to do Get up What Is that which a cart cannot iribve without but yet Is of no use to It Noise = Knew His Subject One day a Iparty of boys were dis cussing givut fren of the past One chap spoke in glowing terms of Dan tel Webster the great dictionary man- n 1d a friend wishing to correct him whispered fnim behind his ear It wasnt Daniel It was Noah that wrote the dictionary whereupon time Speak er with a scornful look whispered in I answer Noah built the ark you silly The Birds andthe Crocodile Two or three species of birds are known to accompany the crocodile whenever he appears above water When they see any one approaching they will fly at the crocodiles nose giving loud cries and the beast never waith to Investigate but Instantly sbu- t1IIes Into the water at his best speed Floating Paper iIs astonishing how much weight must be lntoedUPO a sheet otwrlt lug paper floating on water before It I can be maitotoBlnlc It will sustain the weight oflactliel s heavy gs pen J knives Try iVfcj ourself J w w 7wc fR17iQtI JOt iEAR 1 Hardest Schoohou8 As I have been absent forJ time 1 will ask again for admission Mrs Sol Kays and Miss Perl Armstrong Iof Bill ooro spent last Tuesday with Mrs W B Barlow t Mrs Sallie Goodjett and dau ghiers Misses Tavi Jennie and l Ola were the pleasant guests of ill Mr and Mrs John Walls Friday Mr anl Mrs Tom Snider of Cnaplin visited the lattets i mother one daylast week Messrs Hubert Virgin andi Clyde Goatley spent Sunday with Will and Edd Gray Mr and Mrs Ike Tanks were the delightful I guests of Mr and Mrs Mitt Sales rho sd ytMrs Minnie Williams and children of Midway spent one a day last week with tjer mother Mrs Eliza Mitchell Farmers say there will be no time for fishing next week for the wheat will do to cut Wheat fine in this section and we are thinking there will be a bounti ful yield a Misses Nora and Valeria Good lett spent Saturday tight ands Sunday with their brother Mr a Goodleit of Mt ZioneMr Ike Am Id of Maud waii our mdstone day last week Mr H H Tatum bought one calf of Mr Luther Barlow price 24 On Looker Ii All stomach troubles are quickly re i etfrk0 u g a little Kodol after each meal Kodol goes directly to the seat of the trouble strengthens the digestive organs supplies the digesttve juices and digests what you eat Jt Is a simple clean pure harmless remedy Dont neglect your stomach Take a little Kodol after eacd meal and see how good ic makes you feel MoneyII back if it fails Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store The Eleventh District Solid t Prouder than ever of its ro1 bust Republicanism and iDoreJJ ever determined toredeem t the South from machine infamy t the Republicans of thl Eleyenth district enter the campaign opened byWednesdays magnifi cent convention with a confidence and an enthusiasm unsurpassed The Eleventh district t was for the Hon W W Byerly i for Auditor but Mr Byerlf did not receive the nomination Instead 5of being cast down byE defeat and taki g to an Achillean tent of sulkiness and soreness Mr Byerly expresses warmest approval of the State ticket and strongest desire to lend it every ssistance in his powerIWith heartiness and a 1 rvorc For the T Campaign Kentucky elects a full State ticket this fall and ihecampaign and election will be strenuous You cannot keep posted unless you read a Democratic paper thit prints THE NEWS without fear or favor The LouisvilleTimes Does This We h ave made afipcoltflimlted arrangement wberelij we can send by mailttfe Times FIVE MONTHS TheVN wsLeader 12 MOuThS For S36 Send your order rtbe 00bination to THIS PABER o to The LoulivilU T1IICT1T- Once athe offtrwttlpOMUT be withdraW se 31 1 tI a courage acd fortitude beittlng x manful fearless KentuckilRej publicanism Mr Bytrly will devote effort and energy to hjafpartys triumph in Novaptav 1907 Upon the Eleyerth district Kentucky Republicans rely for fsuch a majority this yeas no s Democratic majority eleewbera may overcome Mr Bjirly tad his friends will contribute large lytothe sweeping victory to be I achieved in the Eleventh ltS Republican party will go toth mountafns tieing the Democrats in the eight western districts and three mountain Congreis iona districts will do the rest T No foundation whateer for any Democratic hope in allege Republican disappointment in the Eleventh district M r Byerly himself and his everY in thr fr Republican strong a hold will bend every erideayor ad direct every purpose to the giving of a recordbreaking j- purality for the Republican nominees Herald r Card 8r izt1t DJSl 1- r Jeo A Shera Liaboa Red Mills LswrenceCo NYwritesi had kidney diese iryearsand had been treated riaTIfor twelve years t iad weir know kidney Kfttlcini and other t emidies that were fecomme d but got no relief until I btgaa as ing Poleys Kidney Cure The first half bottle relieved me and fosc bat flea have cured me of this dreadful disease Before began tafiing Fol eys Kidney Ours I had to mike uf er about every fifteen rafaates kicksdustwould have died if I had not taken Poleys Kidney Cnre For wle aby it Red Cross Drug Store t1 Death of Mrs AroId r t I Mrs uUaArnolll see Skinner Itof east Boyle died on tbf morning of the 2lstofjthiefrorn heart dropsy or rather a pompji cation of diseases Toe decas ed was born Aug 6th l33 wu married to Mr John Arnofd Dec Ed 1857 To this unicn was born six children two of wfeom preceeded her to the grave She was converted under Rev W B Arvins preaching sd was baptixed into the fellowship of r the Beech Grove church by JtCiigr W T W0od The funeral wu i pVeached to a arge c6n regatpav onthe 2dptJune by Rev RlPurdom wbkhi was fery ap prop late and very encouragisg to the bereaved ones and iolspfi ing and helpful to all preeemt After which the remains were laid away hi that bean tiful cefnv etqry to await the coming day On Dec 3d 18 0 death took biiifnd1eairig bility of the family largely ppon her which she bore witti a mothers fortitudeand care It can truly be said of her HM she r was a Christian woman To 8Ibereaved ones we exited oni+ tf sympathies and with theia Shed t a tear f A FBI D teAra flf people who know how to take care of themselves the majorIty tk ict The liver IB a most iaportaat ergaa in the body Herbiae will eep lin to condition V C Siipkra Alba Texas writes I have used Herbiae for chill aed fever and fiad it tile bMt raddicine lever used I woaldiot W without it It is as gcod for ckiUrea as it is for grown people aak I T WB mend it It is fine frr LtGrippe Sold by the Red Crtos Drag 3t xe Grain Cradi LtI have on hand plentofgriia i cradles made ofth beit witural growth timber At tb t S otend W Hns fM lXrSpriugid TaktUp Strayed on te flora kROlthe WilIOllGiMaW iY miles on th Parry vilki Dnth day after ui1t if field Cttufcy CaeV cky iS y pony irs with braafl auithi eoltio OM S OWW esa baT by ad pyIag for kaip ll rJI t dvertiiuuaI W I P i- I doa 8oD R L I 4 SpriagXy te fIsl all of fiarnibr lfis wlbsL 3ot i R I eI IU4 e tt tIIi NEWSREADER p UBLIXEDVEY THUBSDAY 1AYgAR IN ADVANCE c i 44 SPRINGFIELD KY t JEUpAVISpN Jr I j tocaL or bi tnes notices 10 cents per t Bubsequentinsertton i ytf matte i t JobWrtls done at lowrttes but clUb ret ult pald qn deliveij ol CdS inyeitisIng contracts made on liberal srmw M Jbituariea and resolutions respect Ji 4r uts perline3 t i ANKOUSOWqCNTS connty Magistrates I 250 District Offices 1U0 II THUBSbAY JUNE 27 190- 7ANNOUNCEMENT i We are authorized to announce J Bogrs Gore of Springfield a candi date for State Senator from the Fif teenth Senatorial District composed lpf Marion Washington and Taylor counties subject to the action of the Democratic party MOORliSVILUE 1 Born since our last to the wife pf Will Grits ng r anight pound fcirl1 J J 4r t There seems to be an epidemicr in midstIsomething llrte flux our t Mrs Jeff Smith and daughter Miss Maggie wer in Springfitela 4I last Friday sLopping Several of our people tOok in county court last Monday i School will open up at InDian tschool iiouse Monday July 1st f wth Miss Annie Jonesas teach f Er Miss Lizzie Oliv r6f Spring q I field is visiting her lather at thisi place These has been afishiigparty- at Big Beech last week They j returned home last Friday j Wheat harvest will open 4p Sv this week and llast about ten s josie r3ettles and daujh iter Elizabeth of Booker and f14r John J Q yeof Spencer county are spenora Uyo weeks with their sister w s Brown in McLean county Bennie Gutsioger got his as caught between a ate and gat post breaking one bone in two places His arm was dressed by Dr Shehan and he is doing tnicely The turnpike crew will re f move from this place to Polin next week Itjj Mrs Sherwood Weekleyl has r returned to Louisville kMrJ W Oliver of Arkansas Svisiting his brother J H 0liyer of thik place They had not met since 1862 Three of Mr Boone Matr tinglys children are dotvn with pneumonia f SA pronpt pleasant good remedy for coughs and colds is Keunedys Lax atiyfe Cough Syrup It is especially ilrecpnJraended for babies and children wbut gqpd for every member of the famjlyi It contains no opintos and vdoes not constipate Contains honey and tar and tats nearly as- rg6od aavm ple syrnp Children like ift Sold by the Red Cross Drug IStore t Illisbura- ff 1 ieiveral froth here attended Chi f jdr0n Day exercjises at FairviEw a pleas T ll11dYTheyreport IBIISrIIeSIAgents Ky Give us a chance at you business We claim we can I save you money on any article ybu may need in our line Some say theyteannot do what they claim Now let us see if tcan Come just for a moment and figure with usiahd then see if we have deceived yo- uI Louisville is asking1 or rather making you pay a 32c freight ralte to Springfield It that true lmean an average rate Let us figure now just a little Let us I SprinifieldnwjHsee 1500 pounds at 32c average amounts to 480 Is this correct That is what the L N says you nrust pay it in cafee it acts for you Now let us have chance What is it we offer to you 1500 pounds from us ataoc rate average amounts to not 480 but 75cadifference 0f 405 on 1500 pounds How many such shipments Of this kind will you have in 12 months busi nessiV Ask yourselves Let us go just a step farther I How many goods do you have smashed up and stolen in I2imonths that you lose niitrifrhfi lnn small amounts to make claims for Why not leteus save you at least what you are paying for it du ryou at all times One more word and then we will leave it to you now long aretI sometday that youfirid you are out Yes if you will Phone the LEBANON GROCERY CO we guarantee that I that we still have any article that jou niay need in front ofj our place of business in good shape tead3 for immediate use Drop us a Laraon the morning mail at a cost of one cent and see if we will make gpod our- promise A trial will prove We ask no more I We Can Js Save You Money Will You Give Us a Chance I THEdEBANON GROCERY CO 011 1 IL i IN RPORATEOJ ant time and a fine dinner Some had to stay river that nighjt tin account of the hard rain SMrs Mcllje Cummings of ijOuisyillef was buried here last Thursday A large crowd attended Ere Sims conducted the funeral services Mrs Oscar Colyin iis very ill at tbe home of her father near Kirkland Mr Garrett Clark and wife visited their father Saturday hight J Forest Mitchell of Fairview iis spending this week with Ray Wells Sseveralfrom this place attend ed mBetingat Rockbndge Sun day Pf3ev are haying a good meetirjfir Ithsre Bro Summers and his son aIie preachers Mr Will Gillof Bedford and Mr Frank M1tC11jJof Law YTev Miss Franklin of Ander county is visiting her sisfery Mrs John Sutherland Mrs Rachel CrUmes of vyood lawn is spendinga few days with Mrs A B Wells MT Garret Clark and wife are visiting Mrs Ed Yocum of Mooresville Mr Clinton Grumes has been alHnfpicturesQuite a number from there at tended the picnic at Tatharn Springs Saturday and spent a very pleasant day slending place I W T Wells bought a horse from T J Prather price 175 fl 5as Early Risers Ttio famous little piJ J 1tlF4V vi S 1i for allTrot 150 k p to be divided 60 per cent t g to first 25 to second 15 I I g tothirdSg Green for that are practically jj untrained purse 50 g 75 per cent tto first 25 + i to Jj It 0 b r Valley Hill Miss Piety Barber attended the exhibition at Nazareth and BardstownIceremony by Rev W H WillII 11ryEFergusoin holy wedlock the Chappy couple boarded the train here 1for their home Beatrice at AuusGa and Nellie Foster of Louisville are the charming visitojjsof their grand parents Mr arid Mrs M Reed of this place during the summer iacation Mrs Margaret Offuttis visiting relatives n the Science Hall neighborhood this writing Mrs W B Ballard is quite ill at this date Mr andMis 1 L Janes visi ted relatives near Polin Thurs i y and Friday M S Benedict Janes and Miss BessrcNpettlp or Maud wert in Springfie shopping Saturday Mr and Mr Carl Pei4nns of near Willisnurg nsited relatives in this section Suthjay Meredith and EsthSr Wohner of Willjsburg visitedWt the home of their gandfatllLr of1iiIj Sunday Mrs Robt Spradling bt tins placp is visiting relatives in Ed nfonson county this week Mr and Mrs FM Strange vis ied relatives near Polin Sa urday and Sunday Mr RW Dugan of Wood lav n is visiting his grandmother Mrs S E Piles of this pljiCe tlii week i Iflrs T YMayes and Mr H M Grundy of Springfieldpass lep througji this section Sunday i enroptE t Bloomfield to yisit tbehomeMr anti Mrs Palmer McElroy of Springfield visited Mrs Pal mer Gmndy of this place Sun day Among those who attended theG odtley Ferguson wedding from other sections were Misses Maude Lindley of Louisville Bessie Roberts of Fredericks town and Rebeccb Mc Whort r of Springfield Mesdames Hugh Galley Margaret Offutt and S Ej Piles visited at Elm Hill Thursday Mr Philetus Barber recently purchased a bunch of shoaS from T C Tatum for 28 Mr arid Mrs J1 R ONeal and SJ and wife yisit ed Charles DonahoeSunpay f MrsJ R ONeal iis on the sick list Wheat harvest begins sway this week- Politicians are in tile fulljj everybody rguingand we we are no5 arguing fcr anything more or lessthan JR Gore the invincible Seal option standard bearer Mr Palmer Cheathjim of near Mooresville purchased ai new rubbertire buggy from our Joeal dealer Saturday Nothing at tempted nobody done Mr Monroe Cecil of near St Rose came to this place recently to receive a riding cultivator shipped to him from Louisville The riiin of Sunday and Mon day enabled many farmers who were far behindwith their work to catch up and now all are along the line of the rush County Court day vast well attended by many frbmj this section We regret seriously to learn of the sad misfortune of Mr Thomas Pugh at Bardstown Thursday and being a personal friend we extend great sympa thy lrwas pumpmaster on this line for the L N and was here three times each week hav ing charge of this pump station We have earefully noted the progiess of road working and find that under the present methods of working the county is at a great expense for inefficient work accordingly Out roadsare practically in a wOrse shape thanever before Bridges also need repairing greatly KemarKaliuj Re coe IThat true is tranger tthanl cbnn has one more been demonstrated iin the little tbyn of Fedora Tenn the residence of CT Pepper Be writes I was in bed entirely disabled with hemmorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed 16 help me and all hope had fled when 1 began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant relief came The coughing soon ceased tha bleeding diminished rapldy and in three weeks tW able to go to work Guaranteed ure for coughs and colds SOc and at Haydon Robertsons drug stre T dalircllfeJut Notice to Creditors I All persons having claims against the estate of Thos D Clarkson deceased are hereby notified to present same to me in ringfieldperI1proell same wjjlbe paid H C Clarkson Administrator estateuf of Thos D Jlarks- onXOdtDyspep1laj1 Digests what you eat eit4 f i 4 ir IN FEW In Austria timber is measured by the klnfter of two tons China with her population of 400 000000 has only 400d6 foreigners in her huge area The Chinese minister of finance Is planning reforms in the silver and cop per currency of the empire Italy obtains a revenue of 12500 000 annually by taxing salt Austria njnkes nearly 15000000 by a similar tax Jacob SIferof Grundy Center Ia has erected a monument worth 1500 to a shepherd dog that saved the life of one of his children Both in tha United Kingdom anti the United States alcoholic beverages contribute more than a fourth about 2S per cent of the total receipts into the treasury One of the Bowdolh professors recently reeled a letter from Germany addressed to the Herr Professor Doc tor Bodowin and the Medicinal School of Elaine In China nil thelund belongs to the state The averagq rent Is cents an acre 4he soil of the Yangtse valley Is so rMt that a square mile is capable of supporting 3810 persons John Merrill of Holderness N H has hn ox well broken to harness The ox plows harnnys hauls wood und does all kinds of tam work driven en tirely by the use of reins A new Italian conservatory of mu jslc the only institution of the kind in Connecticut will be opened in New Haven In September with Maetre Gi orgio MSuIll as director In France the average yield of wine is 112 gallons to every acre of vineyard in Spain it rises to 130 gallons per acre but Algeria holds the record with 300 gallons tovtbe acre The English channel tunnel was first proposed 4 y Dc Grainond in 18G7 It was to be in tILe fonn of a iqetal tele scope 30 by 24 feet to cost 7000000 and be completed In seven years Evelyn Chandler of Norway Me eight years old Iis said to have ape culiar power over reptiles She is a natural snake charmer and handles the uiopt venomous serpents with impu nity intends to publish sucl account of his late wifes life as shall be worthy of her character and conduct and will probably seek the as sistance of at least one person of repu tation as a writer of biography The old frigate Saratoga on which Perry Stilled fqr west Africa In 1843 and of which Farragut was captain five years later lIs now out of commis sion She has lbeen used as a training ship for the nautical school The population of Maskat is corn posed of Arabs Hindoos Baluchls Persians Turks Africans etc There are a few rich Arab merchants but the trade for the most part IRln the bauds of the Hindoos some of whom have considerable capital Several houses lu the financial dis trict of New York city have their con fidentla orders attended to by women TJioy are In iharge of the private tele phones and they only wltlr the ex ep tlon of the members of the firm jre familiar with the dailies of certain customers B P Chdney of Boston J P Mor gan and otlVer are uiem bars of the Wootteu Laud company which has bought an immense tract of laud on tliC Mexico line for a game preserve and hunting park The tract will be Inclosed with a barbed wire fence which will hold deer boar aqd other Wild game num bers of which ure already roaming through It More game will be added Among the successful Inventors of thlsage is Luther C Crowell the mUll who first made it passible to print pullers and fold them at the same time Iii the patent Office In Washington tthere are more tthan too models of his inventions ill is one of the partners in the liOn compauy one of the largest of printing presses In f1te world Ho fever received a tecJi WIll Corf nun A A Herren Pinch Ark writes Folevs Honey and Tar is the best for coughs colds and lung trouble I has cured in the first stages You nevy heard ot any one using Foleys Honey and Tar and not being satisfied For sale by the Red Cross Drug Store 1 1ctt t tt IIW4i I AtFFEAr Groundsd 11 1 jjJ INY Free Trot I 5 horses second Montgomery StiirLSiU Vt FACTS LINES liurdettCoutts Pennsylvania NevvYorkers ColoradoNew munufcietmors CoDsmni preparation know1t ponsuriiption Plug Rdnning Race Purse 15 dinner to take iall yardDash if S i 0 tAlltwo out of three exceptthe- fr for all trotting which will be three outoffive gl 6j t k r f ABparofA f AHiuspent andd Sporrort Everybodyb dy jfir t J ti iJ j i l JtA Brass Band Will Furnish Music r rqcc Yt 1 a t M t It Ji I f 11tt K iiL1DBMLRi 1 t1 j fff tit i f i dJ 1 L J eSa You IIGood I Buy The Best I Ii the Agent here fcr the lljjijmI r I IIj I G line1 j I jJatI I newillI I hmeyou1 I 1IThe Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing iir this country most dangerous because so decep H illthe Many sudden IkI deaths are caused Iby itheart dis yj3 ease pneumonia heart failure or j r apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease Ifi krdiiey trouble is aL24ta- ck I allowed thekidneyjxjison toadx ance e l blood will at the vitaliorgans causing catarrh of the bladder or the kidneys themselves break down aid waste away cell by cell1 Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest ha jurop treatmenf of the kidneys If you are feel lag badly you tall make no mistake Ii taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot ti great kidney liyer and bladder remedy It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing Jt ant over com s that unpleasant necessity of being compelled toTgo often through the day and to get Uj many times during the night The milJ and the extraor4iila effect of wanplloot is soon It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRootis pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and otiedollar size bottles You may have al sample bottle Of this wonderful new dis covery ajul a book that tells all about iit both sent free by man Address Dr Kil mer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous antmistakeRoot Dr Kilniers SwampRoot and the address Biughamton N V qn everv bottle Kicai wiwCrtJci issirvintr Ins iqssons from practical experieiicc Lake Superiors greatest depth 1003 feet Michigans SGI Hurons 570 Erietf 204 OutarloV 738 The bottom of Superior lis Jul feet below sea level of Michigan j2S3 of Ontario 491 eftt The bottom of Huron Is 11 feat ahoy e sea level that of Erie 309 feet Ontario the Jmallest of the gteat lakes is relatively the deepest It these bodies of water couULle drained the tyjsln of Ontario would present stri lns coii tours us compared with the basins of the much In rjrer lakes title greatest Industry of Australia sheep raising mnlitlv for the sake of the wool but also In part of course for the moat Australia now ranks second nrnong the great sheep raising roan tries ArgentIna being first with 92 000000 sheep Australia second with j2000000 and Uussla third with 70 OOOdOO Only n fewyonra ago Austfra l1u wM first possessing no Jess than J002COOOO head of slioep That was In 1S91 Prolonged droughts were the cnuso of the destruction of many millions of Australian sheep but since 1902 there has been an annual gain James Rudolph Oarfleld secretary of the Interior was standing by the side of his father in the Pennsylvania rail road station on that fateful day In July 18S1 wh n the assassin for the second time dealt death ton president of the United States The secretary was th only seventeen years old lust the age when the average mind la most susceptible to lmpresslons Close friends say thnttthe horror of thail hideous tragedy his never fully left Mr Garfields mind and souio of them bolleve that Its efToyts account for tho half sad expression hint always lingers In his face even when he smiles or laughs Sent My Love Letter Tet the children stand In a circle leaving cup out who is to sendthe letter She folds a rpockef handkerchief In the sliape of an envelope and I walks around the inside of the ring singing I acnt a letter to my love I lost It I found htHolding it first behind and then be tore her I sent lettto my love But what is tfilf around UT She looks at the packet in her bandI then around the circle and slpgs Who letIt iHaving chosen a hoy she goes to ward him singing You will take my letter to my love for me At the same iiumcnt she drops tile iiandkerchlef att his ftt anti rlnjyi atraxs it the oppo site side of the ring nnd the child who receives the handkerchief runs and breaks through the ring titter her flue can tap her with the handkerchief before she secures Ilia place In the ring sIte must send the letter again if not the new holder uiifotsupti II r i en He Firen The SUck it hive fired the walktng stjicki Ive carried over 40 yearaj on account of a sore that resisted ever kiud of treatment until tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a happy man writes Jjohn Garrett of North Mills N G Guaranteed for Piles Burns etcI by Haydon Robertson ru LisIs 25c t Sa l3ngineV jijde I k1Ii ihtitjjthki j iiiltIJiOiN iillI W IIItlitf c- ii LuflhRoofflh F f E 1 Ice Cream mi SoftS Drinksf C =55 4e V E1Af1 have fitted up my place of business on Main S IceCreams aEI E- if LUNCH ROOM E I willalso keep on hand freih fruits ofall kinds Ii Everything new and clean respectfully solicit a fl1 01LaPRICEy- II IP it nt f f f t O If M mf ytBegerrvanns II IIHarnessshopi t t I I have secured the stand and machinery of the Blue Grass Manufacturing Co on Main Street II all kinds of 11HARNESS WoRK i i Handmade harness a Specialty ancj aIL repairing tIpromptly and neatly doneS i I also hay with me the f Deaf and Dumb Shoemaker who is an expert workman Your patronage pectfully Solicited L Geo Bege n joooooooooooooooooo t TliEgg t South Bendi 1SrHES8 BEST WATCH ON TOE MARKET t c cg r t ff A standard watch and an accurate time keener arid fully guaranteed I I Aas J Graves Main s ree tfoppositeri sbvter nj Itch ooooooo OOOOOOQOc Fortunate Texan fLE W Goodlo of 107 St Louis4StM Dallas Ter says i1n this pst year I have becomo NeWjLifobefore tried so effectually dlls poses faf malaria and bilious or1gripeI or1 We ajrepreparedto furnish engraved visiting curds r and wadding invitations cePIIOI hb latest styles A full samples can be Se tlat thbl be NewsLeader office Wanta 1 1WmrECream V rmifuga TIE If1fin A WORMLe REMEDYE THE CWUMf FAVOMTE TOM IWAiC W NA15I TNt WV BallardSnow Llnbiwtt C I T zoui Sod by Red Cross Drug 8tre IOIM JIOD1M IfI Is riJDR JtL B BURTON j RESIDENT DENTIST L i JTHbUTi TEETH EXTRACTED PAIN 1 OvKCf Hagan Block up stairs fi SPRINGFIELD KY 4All Dental Work Strictly J Firstclass i JijR 1 C JIUDL Ic 1 j PhysicUr and Surgeon t fj Office Hours 8 to 9 am S 1b212maI jjy pQffices oven Haydons Drugstore f ifl Lcimpton t MoD s r in Ooera House o r i Office SINo 38rIVI WJFGRIGSBY- ATTORNEY TLAWIF Office oVer Peoples Bank RTNGF1ELD KY Jft B RoBA IDS lyf W HYATT r RoBAEpS HYATT 4 i Physician andy Surgeons Office over d W Hagans gro eery opposite Presbyterian r church Dr W W Ray f7 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONt t t Office over Havdon Robert V sons Drug Store f Phones Office 115 t r I Residence 172 h JWINYMAYSM FUPAL viLiECTOFIfo hdTELEPHONE t bAYI19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY Kairoad ShcduIesFollowing iis the time schedules now in effect on the Bardstown nd Springlield branch railroad t 41Leayes Louisville at 43Q p m Bardstown Junction 5 22 pm Bardsfowni ti06 pm arrives at Springbeld 705 pm 2 v No 42 Leaves Springfield at j 620 a nr Bardstown 607 am c Bardstown Junction 650 am arrives at Loulsyille 740 am No 43Leves Louisville at 820 am Bardstown Junction 910 am Bardstown 1100 am a arrives at Spr Ingfield 1230 pm No 44 Leases Springfield aI100 pm Bardstown 220 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm Aparrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves3i Sprin tield at 715 am Bards t town S am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 9i Sundays only Leaves vLouisville at 6 pm Bard town1bfjufictio 645 pm Bards town Z80pm1arrives at Springfield O 825pru i t fShiDperistr S We Wisp to state to our friendsr e throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect + ed directly or indirtctly willI s i an v other warehouse or waref house company We conducta Strictly Ind l o pendent v Tobacco Warehouse t JotamTssion Business and res pectfully solicit your patronage C A BRIDGES Co Proprie t torsPicket Tobacco Warehouse L ouiville K 408 mo KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE UNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery IFOR CONS MPJION II50CII Surest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG allI IiES or MONEY BACK I NOTICE srIthemselves to be indebted jtp me I tblcome in and settle at once 1 j have ben burnekl put and lit is j k very imporfant that I shouldl l make speedy collections of all outstanding accounts i trust Jmyi friends will Jbe prompt in l tliismatter 4f W E I eacbmau 5Whii you feel the Dced of a pill take ibewitfs Little Eerly Risers Small ptili safepillaurepilL Easy to take pleasjiut and effective Drives t Jiwar headache Sold by the Bed Cross Dtug Store uW ii i- cTOWNTO fiiwiW Wfii Local Happenings Interest The Frestiestand Latest 1 Is AllAbout Yourself Friends 1 1and Acquaintances iMq4r5 Kcrje0n doors and windows at Campbells iA few porch settees lleft at C mpbeUs Tin and Glassware aCcost atH L flaivrncsWstill pay cash for eggs nd chickens at Campbells Fruit jars pints quarts half gallons at Lawrences grocery WATDTobuV twenty S And pigs J JARBOE Olf jbu needia good saddle see ours beforetyou tjuy at Campbells Candies fruits and vegetables of all kinds at all prices at Law rerices grocery I have for sale anice twoyertold filly by WacoDare M Reed Beautiful cass pins SpringI field Higli School and Saxon leeClub for sale at Russells Prices i5and 20 centos The family of Mr James Roy alty is undergoing a siege of typhoid fever four embers being affected Mis Roy ally Walter bfbfit dud Vir giniaall their beds and requiring thb attention QUa trained nurse J W Oliver ot Arkansas is ere on a visit to his brother apt H rN Olhver of the ooreskr1Ie neighborhood The had not seeneach other r forty two years until Mn Oliver arrived a few days ago on is vsit Thet Ollivers are native born Kentuckians having been born and reared at Prince ton Ky S M Campbell reports coun ty court ay as follows Only a mall Crowd m town and a light run of stock oh the market Made the following sales seven short g year old cattle 2760 per head one cow and calf33 I one cow and calf 30 one pahgyear old horse mules SS7 per lead one marelSSO one horse 90 69 one pair large plug hotrest A dispatch from Washington says The Navy Department has been informed that 15 boysI bassedaminations at Annapolis Navil- cademy iincluding the follow ing Kentuckians R L Bush U W Cohwavy P C Iayfield and E D Wilson TIle R p otUWtBush of this puree Lynn has feenpreparing for the examination He is expected home tonight for a visit tp his parents Mrs A G Whritehouse depart d this life June 11th 1907 in her 74 year Her remains were laid tbeHaysvHlecelneteryibeJullowing Ived by a aged husband and the HenryYoung Iflrs Will Youn yof Springfield and Mr Henry and Thomas Whitfihouse of Rileys Mr George Whitebouse ofLebanjon and J cnesSamuel und Edward Whitehouse of Liv more Ky One sister Mrs S E Mills of Danville and a brother Mr WilliamTharp of Junction City and a host of other relatives toI mourn her death Lieut W O R jed isjhere tjbis ween for a few d lys visit Lieut teed who is statiuned with U S Cavalry at F Yellowstone Wyoming came on to Kentucky under orders fro nlie War De partment to be iir readiness toen gage in the gre it crosscountry ride which wa it kedof be tween an Arabia njhorse belong iing to Homer D vonport and a Kentucky saddle h rse belonging to General Castieman Lieut Reed was to rid j the Castleman horse The rii ej wa designed to act as a test I etJween the two classes ofhorse It is probable however that thgride will never take place as Its sid that JMr Davenport has Backed butr A party cjE y ung ladies com BrowJl1N it Willa Knott anc Maymie Knojjt had a thrillingt xperience while returning from lie exhibition at Nazareth last week While a few miles Iron Nazareth the party which was m two vehicles i TOPICSj Ipl qII were caught tn a regular cloudburst The rain fell in toren and in a few minutes the young ladles were not crly soaked with the downpour but were in dan ger of being swept away by the ood They however managed to drive to higher grourid and llater on eached a neighboring house but theiewas not a dqy thread in the crowd b Iletion of the Third avenue Baptist church w ere he has been sun plyingfor the past tour Sundajs the congregation of the church has determined to call the Re SJ Cannon of Elktori Ky b the pastorate of the churctWhen the focraer pastor the Rev U A Ransom resignedt the Rev Mr Cannon was asked tto supply the church until pasulr could be selected The members were so well impressed that tomorrow it is planned to make the call formal Loliis yille Tithes REv Cannon is well remembered here having ten pastor of Springfield Baptist church several vearsago Frank Cl mentsage fifteen years rind the son of Mr George Clements of Chicago died at the Springfield Hotel Tuesday night of kidney trouble resulting from an attack of scarlet fever About three weeks ago the voung man was brought to Tatham Springs from Chicago in the hope that he would be benefited by the water He grew worse however and was brought back to Springfield to be taken on to Chicago to aoi infirmary He died Tuesday night as re llated Mr George Clements the lather bi the dead bey for merly lived in this county being a son of Ml Frank Clements of the Frederic Irs town neighbor trkenQack Warehouse Ready j rhe tobacco people VipbpI ad to hear that the new ware house is nearing completion arid it is expected to receive tobacco on JulyS the books being open for registration of crps on Fri day July 5 Farmers slipuld be especially careful about handling their to cco now as there is so mach danger of getting too muph rain case and thereby damaging their tobacco All crops coming into the warehouse except in first class condition for putting inI hogsheads will have to be re hung thereby entertaining ex expense and delay tto the armer So be careful and do not run this risk by failure to attend to the conditions of the tobacco properly Trying Experience Mr Charles R MeEroy while on his way to this place from Kansas City had a thrilling experience in a wreck on the B 0 railroad on last Wednesday night A fast passenger east bound nom St Louis to Cincinnati dashed into a tunnell between Ft Ritner and Rivetdale Ind a hugejrbek which probably liad been imbedded in the earth fo m- ingi the roof of the tunnel for centuries became loosened i ndI crashed down on the engine Of thetrain throwing it from the track and cutting the tender lobs The tender carrying with it amaili and express train and two day coaches roller from the track but as if by a miracle Glasses For Style There iis a great ilealof talk nowadays about glasses being worn for style This is a mis is t mytfor glasses jnSt for looks When the w tnt glasses they want tbem because they want relief They want then be cause they believe they can see better or easier with tlfetn The reason more people wear glasses now than formerly is because we have a hctterIknowledge of the eye understand how to give re lief incases which a few years ago had to be endnred It e would be as injurious to wear glasses when they are notI heeded as to do without themIwhen they are If you do not glasses I wilt tell you so I do not charge for consultation C F RUSSELLL Scientific Optlcan N x totfIqcy 1 iLLiRy 1 Ir rs MIDSEASON SALE 1 Hats will be sold from now until all are disposed 0of at absolute cost 1111Skirts dodShirtwaistsI r arid everything in stock must be sold before m vtilandl to do this WILLIAMS all goods go at and below reoII 10 VOver Peoples Bank S I ooooOOoooo tIILi nD one was seriously injured The sleppdr at the rear which Mr McElroy was in remained en the track Ih tht dense gloom of the tunnel however with aill the lights in the coaches e4 jlofr3sh were a Istateiindescrible confusion resulted The hiss of escaping steam from the pipes and the criesIand shrieks added to the of those imprisoned in the cars utaable to see their nearest neighbor almost suffocated by the heat and not knowing what would happen to then the inulelj tI dMunhurt but cnxrc that lib does inot care to pass through a1uther such experience To Mammoth Cave Washiugton and Nelson coun ty js excursion toManamoth cave July 18th Through uoach on regular morning train 7j25 the rpuni trip from all stations on Bare stown branch This amoiu will jay the railroad face also board at cave hotel and long rout trip in thetcave Boat ride andusic On Echo river to con clude with a grand display ofI fire works Tickets extended to ten days See L N ticket agent and 11rg e bills H LstDog Strayed from ny place on the Bardstown pike five miles from Springfield on June 9ih a Scotch Collie dog abput two tIllrcs grown Colorsable aidjwhit6 Any information leadingito iits recovery will be liberally rewarded George Lear RF llrlrNo 2 SpHrigfield Ky PERSONAL Miss Marv Browne of Louis yule is visiting her sisters Misses Lucy and Veola Brown Miss Hadgie Browne left yes terday to visit ir and Mrs Arthur Vance in CincinnatiI Mrs Clifton A Green is at Cray Orchard Springsfor a Em9nthsher health Mr Erastus Trent Washing ton county boy who joined the army eighteen months ago and wbo has been stationed at Ft Leavenworth Kansas is at home fora sixty days Jeaye fMr Tim Ryan of Marion bounty was RIong the court day crowd here Monday Mr Winfield Scott Colvin one ofv the county Js oldest schoolI teachcrs who lives in the Sharps rule neighborhood was ir town the first of the Week Mr Will Green of Denison Texas js yisitin relatives bere1 Miss Nell Greene and Lee Smith were in Bal dstown Thursday Mrsp Lake Misses Mary Lucy and Veola Brovn spent esterday as guests ofj Mr andI Mrs John Browne iiejar Leba non v i- Mr Alex Jenkins of Cincin nati was a guest at tfie borneoS Mr G D Duncan a tlio tbast week Mirs 1 H Thurman lindl daughter Miss IRpdman tire visiting Mrs 1L D Hodman iin Shelby county t N Miss Kate Woodbridge of Henderson iis visijing Rfey and Mrs RE G Lawson Mr Edgar Royle Norman of Chattanooga Tenn has jojined his wife at the borne of her parentS Mr andMrsHearvI Leachman forthG nuptials of Lieut David Litsey and Miss Bessie Leachman- Mr Will Spalding otBri ds town spent Sunday and Monday here Mr JT Phillips our ex townt rJ 1 marshal of Bardslown was here Monday Mir Joe Wy off has given up his position with the Roberta n Claybrooke Co and has return ed to Mackville Mr J Charles Greene who has been in Bardstownfor some time Iiis at home 1Dr R s Green and Mr Leo1 owjcz of Lebanon were in tpvn one day last week Mr T C Campbell and son Donald have returned home frOm a visit to Bardstown Mrs Frank Tammy and chil theIroake the first of the weekI illr R C Clarkson of Lebanon was here on Monday Mr and Mrs Charles H R MoILouisuley d Hertleins Mr George Medley returned ttoOwensboro Tuesday after a weekstay with his family Mrs Hubert Claybrooke arid two childreu and Miss Viola Butler of Scottsboro Ala ate vlsitin Cqll and Mrs J S 9lay- brooke Miss Pearl Claybrooke and visitingMina few days Mr Jame Wharton of Grand Rupids Mich is expected home S parentsMrpNDr J1I Burton returned f ysitjde Mr and Mrs William Pettus ft revisiting Mifand Mrs Joe Pettus Mr and Mri Ji A Johnson spent Sunday at Tatham Springs Mr H M Grundy spent Sunday visiting friends at Wakefield Station Misses Francis Martin and Eunice ONan will go to Lexing ton the first of the week to visit Miss Florenc Lyne and attendI ItChatauqua Mrs EmmaMartin and Masteil Hinkle Hays arrived Tuesday to visit Mrand Mrs Henry Leach man Mrs si W Ray is visiting relatives at Bloomfield Mrs C H Mclniire is atGrayson Springs for a Jew weeks stay Mr Augustine Mudd of Chic ago Ill is visiting relatives here Messrs Shaker Robertson Hood Cunningham Wathqri Simrns attended a dance in Lebanon Tuesday nightl 4 Mr George Green and son George Jr are visiting John F Greeiiand family Mrs waiter Leachman is visiting MtCruwes at Bards iow J 1 Miss Emily Russell has return ed to Louisville after a visit tto tier parents Uefe RobertII a lliLvi returned from a fishing rheyhadFather Vullaley Prior of St Rose entertained the mombBns of his choir with a banquet at Tie Walton last eceningl Father Vallalevv of St Rose has returned from Buffalo N Y where he visited his mother who is ninetysix years old Miss Lydia lIcEI roy who has been employed at Pik ville ill come home next Tuesday for a months vacation Miss Mattie Beahr of Cincinnati is a guest of Miss Althaire Medley 4 fjMrsJ 7w BISIGHT BIS1GHTjC Ask for Bisight The new invisible Double Glass The C only double glass that is ground in one PIECE for farandnear work Walso C self the Kryptox and Opltex Bifocal Glass C DR W C GRIGSBY has oneof the best Optical Stores in the State iie has added to his store the fol J z lowing instruments The J Geneva combined ReticaJ= scope and Ophthalmoscope J 5 and the C 1 Ophthalmo meter for measuring the as J tigmatic Eyes He has in J C stalled a water motor and t put in a dynamo for light- ingJ up the abovp instru ments He fills It Prescription and Occulistsf fa f J kinds ot frame work J C Frames made to order to fit A ariyfface He ismaking a specialty of fittingglasses 3 and fits them correctly and 4 guarantees satisfaction WC GRIGSBYIjj- The Leading Optician BARDSTOWN KENTUCKY 7 I r r r Lagrange is visiting relatives in the town and county Miss Elizabeth Leachman iis visiting her sister Mrs John Hill at Lebanon Siifflnlaiess WiilioQi IirnlhtiOD In case ofstomach and liver trouble the proper treatment is to 4tim ulate these organs without irrit ting them Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion and stimulates the I her and bowels without irritating these organs like pills or ordinary cathartics It does not nauseate or gjipe and is mild ynd pleasant to take For sale by the Red Cross Drug Store Notice Taxes for the year 1907 for the Springfield Graded School dis trict are now due On and after August 15th a penalty will be added on all unpaid taxes soI taxpayers can save money aying now G U WHARTON 4t Treasurer For c rastches burns cuts insect bites and the iliany littlecuts common t every family DeWitts Garcolized c itch Hazel Salve is thc best remedy it is Soothing cooling clean and healing Qe sure you get DeWitts Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store HINTS FOR FARMERS Viewing a Horse When pointc fu look at a horse offered f r sale It is well tto keel eyes open for slJuI thiit will indicate his disposi tinltmul other practical qualities writes a correspondent of American Cultivator Thus battered places on the posts or sldesjof the stall may sti- geag klclwrr Torn or gnawed blan kets hint that the horse has vicious lialitsin this direction and possibly had digestion as unnatural habits of easing usually indicate something wrong with the digestive apparatus If the horse falls to stand squarely on both fore feet one of the feef may be ttender or defective When the horse Is moved out of the stall his gait may Indicate Vie condition of his legs and feet In putting on the harness some thing may be judged from the way he lakes the bit bridle and crupper The feet should be examined vlth especial care Hopfsi should be plump nail well rounded not pinched at the tad not ttoo flat lIJools should be high and strong wUhout rprlng Sljky halt on the feet and leg Indicates strong tlluty lione but coarse hair suggests coarse brittle bone J Exercise For Breeding Animals Exercise of the parent has n great ieal to do with the character of the off spring Excessive exercise wastes en irgy tto the detriment of the offspring An Insutliciency of exercise weakens till Ollslitutiou and lessens the breed ng powors It has been found that hu offspring from stallions and mares uhlch are rarely exercised ore weak nut Inferibr no mutter how heaUhy uid true to type the Iparents may bet is Maimed that one of the prime reasons the Clydes and rereherbns are so strong andjMrfectly true to type Is Ifoeause their Hirpsxnnd duals In their native lands are exercised thoroughly lull even made to tlobard work at aIP time during the year One of tho principal reasons that breeding stock poultry deteriorates when It comes Into the hands of amateurs Is because 4the birds are penned In A small pen find Ion rich feeds fuEl given but II tie exercise Chicago Inter Ocean Experimenting With Larribs The Iowa experiment station recent ly marketed solmo lambs thati had been ed to determine the value of different rations Lot 1 was fed mangels lot 2 sugar beets lot 3 corn silage atid lot f grain and alfalfa There was no ma terial difference In the condltlonof tbeI lambs In lots 1 anti 4 at the finish While the Jot given corn silage was InJbetter shnpe thin the one glven beets It was not aa good as lots 1 Itla the claim of English anI bcrds thlit succulent feeds are neces sary In securing a good finish on lambs but the above experiment Indicated that while the lambs fed such feeds made Betten gains than others there wits not enolgh difference to warrant the buying If such feeds National t9c1niau Th I rECIAL SALE FOR ONE WEEK1ii tI Of Ladies Suits Separate Skirs Silkj III Coats Silk Petticoats Silk Waists Satine Petticoats White Lawn f Waists and Muslin Underwear 0 t departrneiitl 1 I 10 Per Cent Discftiint I FOR ONE WEEKI thisSeasIt i We have however jjust a few items in this dirtment that are not the VERY Newest sty C but are t in good condition wichwe will sell for I JalL Price n r Dont oe too slow to take advantage of this offer it wont last always 4 Dont fail to see our stock of l cI I Lathes lfyouwishthecorrectthing OQxfonr S r Iis IIThe RobertsouC1aybOkeCoII I INCORPORATEDI T tf e t t tttt h gaiDBjEf L g g il j 11 I IN TIN AND GLASSWARE i t lt p Good bargains in Masons Jarsx0intsVi quarts and half gallons i k r tIP11 My stock of Groceries lsbmplete in every line V = Meat Lard Sugar and flour J jsold at close prices for cash Country produce in ex f change same as cash 11 I CASH PAID FOR EGGS It CrownsIII lW P LAWRENCE Jia M i UMMERC O HESi i 4 AND f I SI t some are Not tif1 Ours are made t isuit the aeasonWe haveafullof e 1 Two Piecee J1iSli-ts1jjiForHotWathrwar SerCeSand otfctr 0 tlight mktiaJat prices to please 7501to 25 J Blu5rgLckBldcL1Ntr iOdd PaMs j4 IIBuyFromIJsandKeep ooi 1i 4 iiG NDYltIcIrl1J 4444 DTIITI If r- a c J PEOPLE OF THE DAY 1 MrTJGoulil Sf New York I F Edward Gould wliose wlfe hjis sued t him for a limited divorce is the third son ot the Irtfe Jay Gould ope tUne 4 swIzard of Wi1I street There wasII much opposition from Howard Goulds t brothers and hlsters when he announced that hew ul ymarry KatherIne Clem mons an actress and toted California beauty The marriage took place how d ever fa 38981 and for some time the couple llveS happily They Went for a lung trip abroad on tile yacht Niag ara and while in fQrelgn waters enter HOWABD GOULD tamed the German kalseion board o4palatial vessel Returning to this xJQuntry the Goulds built a line resl I dence at Sands Point N Y popularly known as the frlsh castle Soon Mrs Gould developed a dis position to quarrel over bllIs and was a defendant in the courts pC various suits brought by tradesmen dressmak fers and architects A coolness sprang d up between husband and wife and the broach was widened when tije former J 1took up his residence in New YOlk city Shortly thereafter Mrs Gould i t left the Irish castle and began legal proceedings for a separation a A Joe Blackburn Story Senator Blackburn has long been fa 7 mons for his stories One of his best though now old is the following One day the senator chanced to find a lawyer in a train pulling out of Louisville and on the attorneys knee was spread a huge law volume which 4ii he appeared to be devouring with much J Interest Well my friend said Mr t Blackburn dont you get time in your office1 to read law without DughI 4 ing law books on a journey P lawyer sniffed contemptuously This Isnt law that Im reading said he t its a volume sah relating to the de cisions of the supreme court of the stateof Kentucky t Old Enough to Kill L When Shaw went into the treasury I hintII and seemed to be unnecessary He or- tiered it stopped 1But protested some of the treas ury people this rule has been In force a hundred years here it JTHats long enough for any rule ea 1 peclaily a foolish one to be in f ence t said Mr Shaw Stop it dstI jthegberDmeDtloses any money its being stopped I will pay the loss out JdC my own pocket The rule was dropped and a Chorus Sof approval went up from people doing business with the treasury e Prosecutor of the Miners James H Hawley who conducted the direct examination of Harry Or hard IIi the trial of William D Hay q0011 for complicity in the murder of r fqnrier Governor Steuuen erg is fat Pd as the best criminal lawyer in the state of Idaho Nominally the prose cutWn is in the hands of O W Van dine the prosecuting attorney of Can on county where the crjme was corn JAMES H HAWLEY Smltted Ho has had the main part of the preparation wor but the actuall jtrlal is handled by Mr Hawley and i Senator Borah who were especially I retained by the sfate Mr Hal y is a native of Iowa but has lived In Idaho since 1802 elngI r onebf the edriiest ipioueers of toe ter rtpry He Jjegau his cweer as a min er but soon turned to the law Ad mitted to the baivlji 1871 he has since practiced his profession with success He defended the strikIng miners In 4the Coeur dAlene cases when Senator Borah was prosecuting and eathis tc present colleague Mr Hawley has SezkeiI in both houses of the Idaho leg r Ulature und also irs district attorney tf toird federal attorney for tlw erritoijv Military Gamblers wFrom Russia cornea the news that the czar has cashiered a young officer of the imperial guards for the offense of reckless curd playing This young hopeful is said to have won 30000 in less than an hour aiid with such a comfortable sum in his pocket he prob ably did not care very much whether bo vo a cashiered or tnpttIlgh play sbas done az much to deteriorate tha Russian army as iny other cause IT had become such passion during the recent war with Japan that iIJj was sometimes difficu t to persuadej the young officers to eave the card table Iin order to attend to pressing mi Itary It may e tt the czar or- t those who speak la his name are anxious to discourajg i a practice so sub versive of mllitai y discipline an effi ciency It Is said that Count P tockl lost 800000 Inn single evening it the Jockey club in Y enua having al eady lost 150000 upo a previous occ isiou There can be no oubt that the in reas lug stringency p military nece slties has drawn the a tention of mor than one government to a source of very real weakness Thus we find that a young English gi ardsman has re ently been requested ta send In his paj ers on the fact becomlni known to the i uthor itles that hell lost 55000 n the course 6f two ev inings Argona it A Perilous Feast The Royal academy banquet passed off without any uch alarms as Accom pawed that whic ti Scott attended The academicians w 10 dined then at Somerset House ha 1 had bestowed upon them by the prir ce regent an enirmqus bronze chandelli r so ugly toat Scott was surprised tl at the prlncp ijad not liked It for hims If Weighingthree or four tons It w s suspended orer the dinner table by stout chain Sudden ly With a noise which Scott describes as that which p ecedes an earthquake the links of th chain by whit thiia beastly lamp v as suspended began t give way Th mass descended slov ly for several aches and eucounterel the table benea h which was osltIv ly annihilated by the press e tIe whole glasswar being at once estroy ed Having riven so far tie links now held and he merrymakl g went on Had the w ole chain actui lly given way the velght Scott declared must have br keu the Moor like a bombshell and arricd all thec mpany down into the collars of the lational edifice St Janes Gazette + A Blick Face Part Prince Hasel a of Japan in n interview in Spokai e stUd recently Japans dan jer now lies In er prosperity She Is in danger of making money her god To make mo ey ones god is a bad Jthing Itls a passion like the mat ual instinct ike the mothers love for her youni which causes the mother to be inconsiderate and cruel to husband servants all the world save hel lIttle childIThere Is at young motheij here in Spokane at whom I laughed he other day forII dont kiow what i3th matter madam but the little oIe rles and cries I can do nothing toq1f tit The mother thought tar a moment Then brightening up she ah I remember now Bays last nurse was a southern mam ny You will find the stove polish on the third shelf of the kitchen closet Not InAis Line At a meeting of the famou Bill club o Jefferson City he whos name ia not William Imay not join t jls club esCongressn an Cowherd ti Id Me- ll mortal u day story ygIty when the af was at Its weight This peddler a strong alt young man was peddling fern an my pret ty cousin said to him repron hfully I am surprised to see an able bodied young man like jou selling ferris at this crisis W Yne you not with the army The peddler looked surprl dd Why they dont want S rns in the army do they ladyV be nldCblc- ago Post How Do You Win 7 With which dye do you v Ink This is a question which Sir Jt uies Crich tonBrowne of London has asked in a circular seiit out to macy hundred persons In an effort to lea n wbether ambidexterity Is prevalent Sir James announced the other day tli it about 60 per cent of the replies wer from jper sons who can wink with he left eye only 30 per cent from tho se who can wink with either eye aud 9 per cent from those who cannot fink at all This is printed purely as i matter of scientific Information for t Is written that a naughty person wluketh with Ills eyes Youths Companion How Fans Root In BJaston Advance expeditiouslj to third base Endeavor to driv the horsehide sphere over the f ne Hie meet Another visitor has been unable to solve Smiths paraboits Scintil lating Scintillating old ellow Con tinue so By Socrates the putres cence of that umpire Is u bearable Birmingham AgeHerald Thc Swifter Paie- It requires more energy tor amman to succeed todayttlan It reqiired twenty years ago more talent mure capital of brains and faculty the c mpefitiou is keener the race is swifter the life Is faster hence the list of sacrifices to the Moloch pf overwork Albany Ar gus How He Die Missionary What becane of the last missionary who was here CanuibalHe died of h mger Missionary Why did y u let him go hungry j Cannibal On 1m wasrt hungryit- was us Cleveland Lead r rThe Gentle Bleac lerite Ball PlayerRight field the wrong field for me I cant do uy best work there Ivnocker Back to the f irui The only right field ou is the cabbage field Kansas fOrty Qualified How dldtjthe WilUeut ever succeed In getting Into the snnirt gen Why goodness nie do ityou know t Theyve had shocking scnululs both In her family and in his Chicago Recr ordHerald a lQIjoOai M o6IQ1MO or mi Consumption is lless deadly than it used to be t 14i h Certain relief and usually complete recovery 8 7 iwifl result from the following treatment i Hope rest fresh 2nrjIand Sco1i- Emtifafon ALL DRUGGISTS i GOo7 AKD ooTL iic Me SPORTTING WORLD HanlonriYOunstersi T he veteran manager Ned Hanlon of the Cincinnati Nationals lies several likely recruits on his playing staff this year He has almost an entirely new team a Hanlon has seemingly outgrown his one time fondness for veteran players Among these new men are four of gen PITCHER DEL MASON time major league caliber judging from their past and present performances They are Pitcher Del Mason Outfielder Thomas Mike Mitchell and Johnny Kane Mason was the best twirler of the Baltimore club last year Outfielder Billy Thomas helped Youn stown win thochainplonship of the OhioPennsyl vania league which he led In batting He Iis a brother of Roy Thomas of the Phillies Mike Mitchell comes from the Portland team of the Pacific Coast league He was the heaviestI hitter on the coast last year- Maintenoq Breaks Down W K Vanderbilt ha decided to send Maiutenpn to the stud as the result oC a strained tendon This closes the racing career of the famous horse Which bought as a year ling for 23100 francs won for his own er nearJYrH million francs in stakes alone or exactly 908525 francs The breakdown of Maintenon practically destroys the plans of Mr Van flerbilt for what was to have been his m extensive turf enterprise in Eng land Mr Tanderbilt having named Maintenon for the Ascot Gold cup eovtedtrophy with the hope to bring about another meeting between his great horse and the English Derby uiuueri Spearmint wiiklr horse beat Maintenon In the Grand Prix de Paris of last season Maintenou and Prestige both in Mr Variderbilts stable were the great horses of their age Hp has been a winner already this season on two oc casions his last victory having been earned with 137 pounds up in easy style for the Eugene Aram prize over a course of one mile ahd a quarter Summers Challenges Nelson Charlie Harvey the veteran an aouncer is DOW managing Johnny Summers the English featherweight hamplon who arrivedl In this country ocently Haney la anxious to ar range a match between Summers and Battllut Nelson He has postal StOOO to bind the match antI will let this money go as a side let that Summers an beat Nelson Harvey says that while Nelson and Nolan were In England Summers posted 5000 to bind a thatch with Nelson and after promis- Ing to take him on Nelson and Nolan left England hurriedly Summers has defeated Tommy Mur phy the clever New York lad Sura niers can easily make the featherweight limit and he says he will weigh In at the ringside with his overcoat liat mind all the rest of his wardrobe If Nolan demands It Summon Is ready to fight from one round to a hundred Public Fund to Educate Longboat Tom Longboat the Boston Marathon winner was given a great welcome at his home In Toronto recently by oeople in blaze of torches and tire works At city hall he was presented with a handsome gold medal while similar gifts were bestowed on him by the Y M C A Athletic club and ither organizations The pity council voted 500 the nucleus of a public fund to be devoted to the education of Longboat Worlds Swimming Record Broken Charles M Daniels of the New York Athletic club recently In the tank of the East Liberty baths in Plttsburg Pa clipped threefifths of a second from the worlds eighty ydrd swim uilpg record covering the distance in 43 25 seconds The record was made in competition Guy M Daileyof Pitts burg and two New York swimmers participatingFrank Schulte The reason that Frank Schulte has not been playing with the Chicago Cubs Is that be sprained a muscle In his groin In one of the Philadelphia games He was under the cure of a physician and it was feared a surgical operation would have to be performed Demand For Baseballs Store than 30000 baseballs are used a season by the teams In time national 1011Ileague each use in the neighborhood of sixty dozen balls a seasqu for the home gainesSWASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence Stored away in the basements of the Pfcpitol the old government printing ottlce In the Maltby building in olil car barns Houth of the capitol mind In two rented warehouses there are said to be more than U500 tons of hoe uments and reports Issued by the gov vrarnoiit In former years The pam phlets anti books are comparatively useless and the disposing of this su PrObiemsof Victor LRIckettsj secretary of the printing Investigation bommittee It Is estimated that the documents would fill a freight train composed of 250 ears covering a distance of throe mlles orisupply a cargo for one of the largest ocean liners Carnegie Laboratory The new geophysical laboratory of the Carnegie Institution which is being built Just to the north and east of Cleveland park and opposite time chug ter of buildings belonging to the bu raonaf standards will be readY foroc cupaucy oy jciy ilin met a part or the equipment of the laboratory has alreadyThisated for time purposes of experimenta tion It Is far from the noises and Jars Of the city which might interfere with the results of the experiments and It Is built upon a high point of land from which the ground falls abruptly to the south and east giving a magnifi cent view of the surrounding country and the city lying In the distance Car negie institution owns about five acres In this neighborhood upon part of which tIe laboratory has been erected In Spanish Mission Style About a year ago the work on the new building was begun and It has gone on smoothly and without a nltcb The plans call for a two story anti basement building having a frontage of 140 feet anti a depth of T 2 feet The cost of the construction amounts to about 75000 The architects made the designs after the Spanish mission style and the 91ituwalls are coveted with stucco In or tier to give the bulldlpp touched ofcolor such as lend attractiveness to many Spanish structures there ore Inlays of Moraylan tile Scientific Research Although the Carnegie Institution makes Its researches merely from a scientific standpoint antI with no in tention of making commercial use of the results It Is highly probable that ft number of discoveries of great value to the Industries of the country will be made In the new geophysical laboratory In fact discoveries which will bring about new Industries j Diamon1sI Investiga tons will reveal the true constitution o portland cement which is noiw prep red by routine methods with rather inadequate kuowledpe of time chemical processes actually involved Though It In too much to make any predictions long this line at present it may tt tOt time investigations at the Inborn ttory will make it possible to humnfac tare diamonds and other precious tones It Is probable that much will be done ia the investigation of the peculiar roperties of quartz jjlass The possi bility of preparing this glass yith rea enable facility in considerably quanti iles Is of much importance for it is a ery important material for lejises and iaboratory vessels and It may be pos ible If manufactured In large quan itles and economically to uS7this glass for the doors of safe I Golti Plato For Pro idsnt President Roosevelt was recently the recipient of a handsonuly engraved plate of solid gold taken rom a mine near tliehome of the pres dents mother In Georgia The plate which Is val ijaed at more thiu 400 is by 10 inches in size and bears a reproduction of Balioch Hall the Balloch eo it utitrois the Georgia coat of arms Cud this in s rlptton Theodore Roosevelt president orthe United Statesii wh Tercentenary W N Mitchell Georgia ctii ilssion Joseph ai Terrell governor of c5 rgia The box In which e plnte is incased is made of Geoixi wood Allied with velvet and covered with white satin the lid being handsomely trimmed with old and heating the United States oat of zulus Upstairs In the White House So little b iMjpnlurly known about he upstairs part of the White louse that few people of the fart that Mr tlIlJIlthe fecoud floor ltiIs time old cabinet room and in it still re mains the long table of polished ma hogan at whelm through successive administrations so many distinguished men have sat More interesting even than this table however Is the desk whieh M r Iloose vcltuses in his privatet sauctnm It a is verv massive affair of the knee huh pattcrni DlHll is adorned hli silver pliittelwhlch tells Its curious history Most Htriliinp Indeed Is the story told by tba silver plate for It appears that the dejik is made of the timbers of a ship called the Resolute whlrhi more than half a century ago voyaged In aretje regions In inest of the lost ex pedition of Sir John Franklin Adjojnfiii Mr Roosevelts study as It is called which the old cab inet fOOl l is a room twice size used a8 a business otficb iiuIm Mc Inley by Benjani Harrison and by jnver loveland all three of whom their work at the desk In question But this large apartment hits now heed converted Into a guestt chamlMM1 like all of the other rooms in the east end of She second floor of the White House CARL SCHOFIELD 4ns Only Chance Some years ago Phillips Brooks was recovering from an illness and was de nying Himself to nil visitors when Robert G Ingersoll called The bishop receive him at once I appreciate this ycry much said Mr Ingersoll but hy do you see me when you deny yourself to your friends It is this way said the bishop I 12tholast chance of seeing you Argonaut J rrlendly Comment He Miss Pen certainly has beautiful complexion SheYesBut Ini afraid it doesnt meet with the requirements of the pure food anddrug law Chicago News Nature Study Teacher Eddy yhtit males the grass groiv Eddy The grass has bltides an with these It cuts Its way through the ground Cleveland Plain De- nierMyHair AwayIs Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you Then what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home Fasten it tightly to your scalp t You can easily do it with Ayers Hair Vigor It is something more than a simple hair dress ingIt is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food Tho best kind of testimonial Sold for over sixty years rUr bJ 0 kysi Co Loweii Mas- sAisomnuctureriA of lt1ljersSARSAPARILU = = WASTING STRENfCJHw Women who suffer from unnecessary disagreeable painful weakening female complaints will find that Wine of card i is a safe1 and pleasant remfedy for all their ills It acts directly upon all the delicateinflamed tissues purifying the blood throwing off the clogging matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular scanty profuse painful catamenia prolapse etc Also relieves headache backache dizziness cramps dragging pains nervousness irritability etc If you need advice write us a lletter tilling us ell you symptoms We will send free advice in plain seared envelope Address Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga MedicineCo Chattanooga Tenn ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN 100 BOTTLES I WROTE YOU for advice and by following It and takinc Cardai my Female Troubles were curedMrs S Wallace LavacaAla J12 WINE OF WOMAN AND FASHION Some New Sleeves The jeelIs a very important fea ture of a costume It has mOle effect on the generall style Ofl dress than any one other part of It Sometimes an old dress may be made to look quite fresh find up to date by some slight change iiidie sleeves alone Dressmakers are always looking for novelties In the sleeve line and lucre are three of the very latest new and pretty models TIme first one Is a sleeve of fine batiste the puff and fullness gathered roB WASH FROCKS into the oddly shaped cuff by fine Wind made tucks like cuff is embroiilLiv and trimmed at the elge with a fine Valenciennes insertion At the elbow l a lace edged ruffle is buttonholed on plaitedr to be woni a great deal during the summer the smartest fall walsts have long sleeves with deep cuffs This model is quite an advanced one In style The fullness in all the latest sleeves has a tendency to be just a little more above the elbow ithan tU time shoulder This cuff is embroidered oh to the hand tucked putT and the lower part of the cuff is trimmed wlth1thue tucks going uroundIFlume wash net Is quite fashionable for summer waists This sleeve has an elaborately embroidered cuff with a full puff of the net gathered into it Time embroidery on net is done with mercerized linen thread and Is most ftfetieS TO Anchor the Hat Some women are helpless about knowing the best way to secure a hilt- on the head They complain that ho matter how utiLity vms they use time hIlt will slip to one side or over the tfaee any way limit the way It should go anti though they start out on a shopping tour or to make visits with every angle right and every ribbon bow or quill or tlover In the position It ought to oc cupy they ate horrintd a little later to Omit that they present ii ludicrous awl ridiculous appearance oh account of a queer tilt their hatlian assumed and of which they have been wholly unaware until suddenly brought face to face with their mirrored reflect Ion This Is Ito Uncommon experience of the gentler stxnud it Is one each and all would gladly fbrefeo There is a way to keep the hat straight on time bead oran ch red at the properangle with a sin gle hatpin That Is by thrusting the lull In from the middle of the back to time front on a straight line If the pin Is put in securely it will prevent any tilting of the hat and will keep It from sliding in any direction To make It doubly secure however in ease of sud den gusts of wind or jostling in a crowd It Is wise tofortlfy the hat with a second pin stuck through from one side to the other When fastened on In this manner it is absolutely impossible for a hut to get awry A Lingerie Waist The arrangement ot the wide em broidery bands on the lingerie waist here Illustrated Is pleasing It simu bites the bretelles which have been favorites during the winter and spring IrluI trimmed blouse Is the lace yoke made IiofIi 1 irT cARbUI Smart Bathing Suits t IVJany of the smartest of time bathing suits are made withojij the wide flap ping whHe collar The neck Is finished with a pointed front multi there Is a vVlndsor tie knotted and drawn through a gold buckle or ring Other necks are finished double breasted md piped with u contrasting color and some otJ these tire very smart Indeed HUMOR OF THE HOUR Two Scotch Ministers A resident of Hudson Via wasde plorlug the resignation of Senator senate cannot afford to lose a mind like that he said I know the man well He practiced law lit this town for fifteen years or thereabout He won every case he set his hand to It was no surprise to us Kudspnljes to find that Johu C Spooner was the finest legal mind in the senate We knew him of old you see When he had a case on we used to go in droves to hear him plead uI remember to this day stot that Case4vherehewas tive one might still do a lot of harm He said that two aged Scotch min isters sat talking one day over their cLuicUwarden pijed Last Sawbath said the younger of the two old lJeDontr three folk cum to thy kirk and sinc it was an uwtu cauid snawy stormy mornin I jUIS took them over to the manse read a chapter gled them 4 prayer amid thin to ward off the rheumatics a gold stiff glass of the best whisky The other minister smiled Aweel he said ye will hae a fine congregatlqn my brther the next stormy day Reassured Gggood evening said the young man vho had come to speak to the girls father Good evening Iephidbthe1d gen tleman You look a little nervous How do yon feel Flattered replied the young man VI was afraid I looked scared ta death CathoIIuf Standard and Times As an Example Culprit surprised and Indignant Why your honor I was one of theln vlted giiestsi aboard that ship I were ly took those little sliver articles as souvenir Court TOP That Is why I am IIbe you full limit of the law Call time next case Houston Post An Uncomfortable Seat They say remarked Coakley that Luckley is now upon the vjry pinnacle of success and prosperity and yet hes not happy Well replied Joakley thats not altogether surprising Did you ever sit a pinnacle of any sortrPhlladel phia Press The Next Tim Friend I sympathize most deeply with you on the loss of your wife and I regret 0 much that I was not able to attt l tie funeral Widow iDODt mention It my dear fellow Come next time ie Pour Hire Awful Warning PaYE sLitmy son the Egyptians were the mos Intellectual people on the face of the eflrth at one time but finally the nation decayed Tommy And What caused them to decflypa Pa Smoking too many Egyptian cig arettes my son jrjHE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP I inItern ty gently moving the bowels certain relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other 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answered Senator Sorghnm Its got so u man cant whether au offer of money bODe fide transaction or merelj to getn man theigrand Jury r ashInrfn RtQ 11 Ducks on the Farm In raising ducks on a farm it is nol he usual practice to make muchdiffer nee between tbe feeding of them cud hlckens As i general thing ducks require more animal food than chick jus Corn bread made up wlth milks very good for them and Any sort of neat scraps They be ahio4d- o ruin on grassi Vaarule they eat ulincptany sprfof food A Poultry Pointer Poit bec9tn Jubilant t hnt you havo a lieu that lays doiiible eggs It is not to her nor to our orplitLt means she Is out f condition that you urn feeding too icnvy u lotn very fattening nn ure Cut It out Dlfrrhtfo In LmbsILnmhs sufiorjngr Tromdarrlipi should Klyen n dose of castor oil to be ollowcd with twelve drama ot pre aired chalk one of powderwbj linger aud one dram of llaudanum nixed tt radius of only 6 mjsl lU ads thrWOR14 In tie manufacturing of jeans farm waroSsewer pipe wooden boxes and in producing and handling whisky sole leather cement tortes In the world end has 8 electric Inter urban lines Louisville Is acity df BEAU Its city property Valuation Is 200000000 It has thtrjrrandest park system In the United States and m public bulldin5s anachurcheslmd Is the home of the WORLDS LEDrNG MEROIAL SCHOOL EnroU at this hooI do THOROUGH work and youll never be In want of a good In a booming en terprising city like Louisville NOW is time to investigate Catalogue free talk anywhere Kentucky Tennessee and put with the of unsur lAMES E CALDWELL HUME T D WEB President A Gen I ANt Geul Mil public that tell atrap before should over the tnt t l rolled thn dram FUL mar t t in 1GAZINt 1 HEADERS beauiifuhhyihitmmtraicdgoodtoris SUNSET MAGAZINE and rticlabout hfc and I50 all Far f 1 CAMERA CI devoledYeach FldtUtic tlJOO 11hotobJo1ph ROAD OP A THOUSAnD 9l6 I5E2S a hook bf 75 pates ccnt iiuc iocoioral photnnphs olby 5picturesque JfOU ia tifotm ndOca ii Total 325li It AUor i I5Q Addreae allorksq SUNSET MAGAZIIZ Flood BehtJg Sea Fsssi = J4The Louisville Daily Herild nncJ the NewsLeader att 2 50 a yetthe tsltiont good howe weelty 1