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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c HQC S j ESIABLisllED S i k INJ8o I l ss JjZ4i l Di 1 LNtW SER1ESVOL XIV NO 27 I SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JJULY 4 1907 100 PR YEAR f t i 5 riRi PRACTICAL I of TRUSTY r bifrDENTISTl r Office over Havdon Barr 57 JVntal work reasonable prices i ln work guaranteed J t SPRINGF1ELD KY i = = = OUR DIRECTORY I SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south east Of iexinptbn 59 miles from Ijouisville on Bardstown branch ol Louisville and Nashville iailroadhi farming1 arid agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber yat ls Popuatiori 1700 population of county 15000 lIrIiL Representative in Congress Hon Ben Johnson Bards town Ky Representative in Kentucky Legisj ature Hon W D Claybrooke r Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky i County Directoy qt CIRCUIT COURT t Circuit Court begins on the fourth SMonday in February May and Octo bert v 4iH Thurman Judge f R L Durham Commonwealth At fi orney Robt A Noe Clerk M G Eeachman Master Go miss ron QUARTERLY CQURT Quarterly Courtis held on the third iionday in each month B L titsey Judg COUNTY dOURT County Cinirt meetjs on the fourth Monday in eVch mouth IBL Litse Judge W F Booker County Clerk TS Mayes County Attorney t George Catlett Jailer Sidney Oebourne Sheriff Sam Anderson Dick t Deputie9t Ed IshaJntt James F Moore County Surveyor I rp 0Bryan Assessor i VW Tj Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner l JIBusb Suptof Common i V School P O Springfield i t VVV CITY COURT f Jame R Noe Police Judge l V John Gracc lMarstial I W F Grlgsby City Attorney t r JUSTICECODRT Jntice Courts are held in January April July and October Church Dir ctoryj iMETHODIST CHURCH RevG W Lyon Pastor Ser 7 vices onlhe First and Third Suudavs in each mpnth atlla m niid 730 p m Sunday4School every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Wednesday Sight j CATHOLIC CHURCH I Rev P F Hennessav Pastor Ser Vices wery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock am Servicesat St sesame hours r C PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev K E C Lawson Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11am randab7 p m Sunday s hopl every at 10 am Prayermeetln Inndnv evening at 7 oclock 1BAPTIST CHURCH JRev Win Harrison Williams Pastor JElccachTtig every Sunday at 1 a if and 745 pm Sunday School every Jt Sunday at 930 aim Prayer meeting at 745 oclockevery Tuesday eyeuiuE t t1OHluSTIAN CHURCH j fUey WF Rogers Pastor Ser V vices first and fourth Sunday Sunday I at 930 arn Fraternal Orders rlw MASONIC LoriGR Springfleid lodge iLJUo 50 meets irst and third Mouday i P lei each mouth lWashington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuefiday wSplinpfield Council ob2 meets on li vervtourth Monday 1t KNIGHTS of TUB MACAOKES CetI t iv ij ch jrOLYS J HONEYANoTAR l The original LAXATIVE cough remedy For coughs ctjlds throat and Imuf troubles No opiates Nonalcoholiciii Good foreverybody Sold everywhere o i7r Th genuine t IOlErS HONEY and TAR is in aY llowpackage Refuse substitutes Prepared only by Ft y Company Chicago R31 CrO33ZU tra T r t7JT c rr t TtJENfiWSLfiADER Woo Juoo mnni ji 1 ji ROUND OF TAI JC1+ f 4OO WE W ooM MM ff WP Young Merceants l The scrap iron pile behind the shedf Is guarded day and night ttt Each bit of juuk each ragged shred Soon dissapears from sight And when wcj wondring ask tie a cause We get the quick reply Without a singleinstants pausetFourth o July i Say can I havethis bbttle ma He asks with plaintive tone Then down the alley out of sight He wends hisway alone Eachiron bit eachwire strand3l Each rag lie may espy He clutches with aneager hand Fourth r ofnltOld iron by day butin the night His dreams are dreams ofj joytJoy that is writ in in flames that light Thelife of every boy o Old rags old bottle or old junk The pile iis growing And means more crackers rccketsapunk Fourth of July l aQnSomeBy telling boys the proper way io make it safe and sane a Go to Well help em celebratecThe old way you and I j Anti dFourthofire off crackers early late 4rCommoner I n rIYIC LEAGUE It is quite lthe thingby the wayin a ntimber of neighboring towns tos organize a Civic League This organization is generally coinhj posed of women and has for itsk object the improvement a dIbeautifyhig of the town DanT villeand Harrodsburghavp both bad these socieiies and they say tlfey have done wonders in the way of cleaning thpse towns aildo adding tq the general appearanr as well as the heaithfulness4ff the places Lebauonvlias recent oyit is composed entirely of ladles They have designated a certain day on which all members of the league as well as many other citizens of the town haye agred todevote their attention to clean ingup the premises and the side walks in front of their residences and business houses Such ans organization would be a geed thing lot Springfield We coildc have one of the prettiest little towns in the State iif more atten tion vojild be paid to the plant ing of ade fees and to keep ingclean the sidewalks and premises We beleiye an organ izatioL composed of lladies of the town would be effective Perhaps thE ladies could hive the effect jI of jurging tfie City Council to do j its duty in carrying lout the sideq walk building ordinances which I have been passed for months and which have never been enfQrced The residents of Walnut street and those who live bevond arO becoming desperate over tHe prospect of having the privilege of wading through mud another winter simply because the City Council will not enlorce its orders to build sidewalks Vef need a civiq league for the gnjj eral good of the town and haEsit could be of some public bsnjefit in particular instances such as prodding the City Coun icil into doing its duty L TT seiJr i is that tliere is a great deal of unnecessary ill felelirig being stirred up throughout the country districts against owners of automobiles Farmers claim that these horseless carriages are a constant sourceof cLanger any wlib travel the roi dsiIto the majority of country hordes O1mlAll i rit vTometostay and there numbers Iire increasing everv It is in vil which we may as well count jn having with us for Jay and the best thing tomanYIa make the best of it regutaresIhe houldbe made toadl1ed strictly Liuoweyerq reasonillIble ItlS only the reckless fellow l whQ does the damage and theslaw should take care ct him sTheto do js to put their hcrsess throufcjhfa corufee of training to acbustom them to the sight otJ JoiomobiIest cation with the horse and it jst sur rjsmg how quickly some oftlearn One or two auto mobiles in a town is rather an- Aadvantage in this connection fore they can be used as educators far the horses There is sCarce t ly a day passes but what some cross country tourist or even whole arties of them gb skimp mmg tqrough the country and all ountry horse who has not had the advantage of a sight of the machine before win nine times mtof ten proceed to climb aC upon meeting one of these devils on the road where tIei he had been educated a bit by having had a close- cquaintance with one he wouldl ot be so easily frightenedt People can easily remember only few vears ago when the bicy le first care jnto use how thej would frighten a horse The- angejvas equally as great as that caused by tlie auto mobile how butthe bicycle has o terrors for the average horse now a days Even a green young horse that has never een a bicycle in his life pays no attention to the wheblman He as been taught from infaacy to now better here is no case ofindigestion no matter how irritable or how obstinate that will not be speedily relieved Iby S the use of Kodol The main factor aiorderof est is to actually digest th foot- iorthe stomach itself Kodol will do it It i15 a scientific preparation f vegtable acids containing thp very same juices fouhu in a healthv ilfoodl Cross Drug Stare rii pCrops A dispttch from Frankfort i lventucky crops are all very backward tliis spring ac to reports received at in the State Agricultural Bureau l This is dieto th9 unprecedented to weathereonditiohs which preS Bailed during April ani Mayfl hardest aropsXin inbeing the on many years The most prop t- ljoas climatic conditions of Tune have so far done much toward to putting the farmers in a better frame Of mind and with fre i uent copious rains it appealS probable that this years harvest to will not be much behind theI average Wheat i s looking good and in some sections cut ting has rlready begun Corn is corning fast now and otleii cereals appear to be doing well Tobacco conditions tire riot off the best an it is likely that the acreage this year will fall siderably below the lust conII years average t V4 X Hem rkabl RemoeI htntjCni Fedora Tenn the resldFnGe rQf V Pepper He writes I was in bed entirely dsabjed with hemmorrhages of the luftgs and throat Dbctrsfailed to help meim4aIl hope tad fled when 1 began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant relief caBle The coughing soon ceased the bleeding diminished jrapidy and in three weeks Iwas1 Ie togo to workJ Guaranteed lab for coughs and colds f 0c at Haydon Robertsons drug st re Trialbottlefrea Thompson Removed After hearing the testimony Ir on the charges preferred by Councilman JT Carter against Chief of 4police JA Thompson the City Councl between the l1 q hour of twelve and one olock fiMrffi Kelly voted unanimously to Ire tddve Mr Thompson froth the office of Chief of Police The charges were four in nun DougIfurnishing liquOr to Douglas Carter in a saloonl having seen William Spalding furnish Doug las barter aTnd failed to arrest aid Spaldinsr anA entering while on duty when his duty did nqt require him to do contrary to an ordinance The yote was taken seperateiy n the charges and the Council voted unanimously to sustain he first three and not to sustain he last Lebanon Falcon s1omachtroublt are qJickl re takf jnga little I4dolUfter directlyYtothethe digestive organs supplies the natural digestive juices and digests what ybu eat it Is a simple clean ure harmless remedy Dont neg lect your stomach Take a little Kodol after eacd meal and see how good iitJ makes you feel Money back if it fails Sold by the Rid ross Drug Store TakenUp Strayed on the farm kriowri ash Wilson Green farm about 5 miles on the Perryville tu npike n the day aftei tbe lasVSpring field County Court day roan pony mate with brand and in thin condition one eye Out owner can have same by calling and paying fdr keep and for SPurdomSpringfield Ky i QI Complete Victory The suit of R D Thornbury against County Attorney W W- pading and the members of1 the Marion County Fjscal jpouTrt vas- flutmed in the Court of Appeals Frankfort Wednesday As will suitIwas1 recently won in Court by plaint iff on tbtCircuit nojred in tie petition ie Court or Appeals makes the wasbroughtr osure by The Falcon cff the unA wful order of the Fiat Court allowing County Attor ieV Spald ihg in addition to his salary j 20 per cent of all money collected inthecqunty except he tax list i the hands of tle S leriff and later the allowance of 810U each a number of Migi trates and mnaler amounts to he others or supervising the oad work their respecivjeid stricts for E1e year 1UOO It wi now be come necessary for tth se parties return to the county treasury all jmoneys thus f4r collected under these orders Ind in the future they will njofc lie entitled collect 8UChalllfurltsLeba on Falcon Dont forget we jsell all kinds of furniture If we havent g01 what you want cap get it on short notice at Cad Abell Tobacco Organized bywli i bacco growers of the entire State into one organization At present the Jobacco growers of of different sections of the State or operating under different jorgaizations all however having for their purpose tie pooling of the tobacco crops and holding them till they could be sold for a fair price In the dark dis trict some of tile counties are operating under the American Society of Equity while others work under the name of the Oarkj Tobacco Growers Associa tion In the Burley district toe organization is usually designated 8is theBurley Branch of thn A S of E It is now proposed to fOrm what is known as a Holding Company which is to induce the tobacc growers of the entire State and will have gener Kentuckysing hdS been called for July 17th in the exchange room of the Loijnsville Board of Trade Del growIlnQcountles atthis meeting at which plans will be liscussedand details ar ranged for the great organiza tiorlIt is thought that Louis vUibvil1 be made headquarters forjthe organization where arrangements can b made for warehousing handling and financing the qropFarmers Hoine Journal I j A ntonsam Dollars worth of M I have been afflicted with kidney an bladder Uouble for years passing igitvel cr etches with eccrucaring painHsaS A cIThurnesa well coal operator of Buffalo O I got m re iipf from medicine until I begin tiiung Fole3s Kidney Cure thethe reSult was surprising A few doses started the brickdust like substance end now 1 have no pain cross my kidneys and I feel like a new man It has done me worth of good toleys Kidney Cue wll cure every form of kidney or bladkea disease Sold at the Red Cross Drug Store Newspapers Combine at Dan yule Frankfort TCyW Vernon Richardson of Danville one of the 6wiiers df the Danville News who was here4today anhounted a consolidation between the three Boyle county papers the Advocate the News and the Herald rhe rewllp per is to be called the Advocate1 that being the oldest paper in the county Col II E Woolfolk wjo has long been its editor retires under the consolidation and rb ceives it is suid 10000 for his paper The Herald is at present edited andrl j ublished by W Owen Mclntrewh will be a partner with Messrs Richardson and W Keed Embry inthe publication of the Advocate The merchants of Danville in 1w S rpji1FllE1RATED1 I i Hdnghton Buggies I StrictlySHigh Grade ITIrtoday I also handle the Troy another hJgh class vehicles Youngg Mens Buggies and Runabouts II Call on me before buyng a buggy and satisfy yourself as ito quah y and price Johp Lily Barber 1shces r to Haydon Barber I i iio j e order to promote the consolidation hveigreec1 to advertise Inn other paper for a period of five years thus keeping out com petition Messrs Richardson and Embry nave published the Danville News for seven years andare among tilie best known young newspaper men in the State Mr Richardson is the present secretary of the Kentucky Press Assopiation 1 Happy Motto1 jy3ee that herbaby is proprrgpu iclred tototo cc this a good ivatyeda ss necessary Many babies suffere from worms and their mothers dpnt know itrif your baby is feverish and oesnM sleep at night it is troubled with worms Whites Cream Ver mifuge will clean out these worms in a mild pleasant way Once tried always used Give it a rial Price zSs Sold by the Red crosS Drug- Store QUARTERLY REPORT pr THE Peoples Deposit Bank SPRINGFIELD KY at the close of business on the 29t- hdof June 1907 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts24128980Overdrafts secured 462740 Overdrafts unsecured J 00 Due from National Banks 45315 Due from State Banks Bankers 210ll 6 Due from Trust Companies 00 2146531 Bapking House and Lot 5OOOoQ Other real estate 00 Mortgages 1050000- U S Bonds 00 Other Stocks and Bonds 00 Specie 457082 Currency 7J38JOO 1199882 Exchange for Clearings 00 Other Items carried as cash 10 Furniture and Fixtures 00 Fund to pay Taxes 00 Current expenses last quarter 00 Total 20488133 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in iIcash 5000000 Surplus 2100000 Undivided Profits 172065 Due depositors as follows Deposits subject to check ou which interest is not paid Sllti9 12884 Deposits subject to check pn which interest is paid 0 Demand certificates of deposit on which interest is paid 00 Time certificates of depos it on which interest is paid 4003184 21516068 Saving deposits on which interest is paid Certified Due National Checks Bank Due State Banks Bank 00II Pashiers Due ing Trust Checks Companies Bills rediscounted 700000 Tnpaid dividends 00 Taxes due and unpaid 00 Capital Stock not paid 00 Total J 2 H8813 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of 1 any stockholder person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual nembers thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 pet cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of the surplus of the bank 00IHow is indebtednessstated in above item secured 00 Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or olllcer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank 00 How is same secured 00 Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual mem bers thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus NoIf so state amount of such indebted ness Amount of last dividend 250000 Were all xpenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and jas not less than ten peij cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes STATE OP KENTUCKY kss County of Washington J J A Jioulware Cashier of Peoples Deposit Hank a Bank located on MainI street in the town of Springfield in said county being duly sworn the foregoing report is in all a true statement of the saysI the said Bank at the close of Ion the 2tth day of June 1907 to t bsstof his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of aid Bank has been transacted at the fo cation named and not elsewhere and that tlie above retort iis made in tom pliance with an official notice received from the Secretaryof State designa iiing the 29th dayof June 1507 as the day on which such report shal be made f J A BOULWARE Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by J A Boulware Cashier the 1st day of July 1907 CHAS M McCHOUD N E Washington Co fCy Commission expires January fy 1910 G L HAYDOlf G D ROBERTSON H R THOMPSON1 prepared We are to furnish eu gVaved visiting ca dsreceptiDn- nndweddinJnVlta ions etc in he latest sty es A full line of samples can be seen at the the NewsLadder office 711 t mui 1 l1tlT1 SUBSCR 10N1 I iT t JOO1 lEAR 1 naaiOr 1 i l i Editor of Ke1 ckyStaDdard- J Dead I Bardstown Kv Jtnp 30JS Wilson editor of Jthe Ken tucky Standard cotrespondent of the Courier Journal andI well known writer died this home here this afternoon after a few weeks illnessaged forty eight years Ha leaves a wife who was Miss Mabel Clarke of Cincinnati 0 and one son John Price Wilson fv Mr Wilson established the Kentucky Standard reJn 1900 and has made it one of the best StateBeforeI with the Nelson Record He had a reputation asa writer of special articles His funeral will qccur here Tuesday after noon at 2 oclock The MailCNo 3 Number three is a wocderfu mascot for Gc o HParris of Cedar Grove Me according to a letter fwhich reads After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouragfcd by the failure to find relief I tried Bectric Brttersi and as A result I ana well majfj today The first bottli relieved and three bottes com pleted the cureV Guaranteed best on earth for stomach liv i and kidney troubles by Hqydor Robertson druggists 50c Youve Hit Me negrothrdererFaye tt county farmer is said to have been wounded Friday afternoon by a posse of deputy sheriff who found him iin the cliffs of Dix river in Garrard county The negro was located early in the afternoon and received the tip that the pcsse was after him and attempted to make his escape The officers came upon the negro as he was trying to et out of the country and go close enough to him to shoot Afterwards he was heard to veil youve hit me and when they reached the place where he was seen there was a pool of blood and for some dis tance the blood trailed down tr wards the river The officers made P careful search of the placa where the negro was seen but was unable to capture him The search continued throughout the night but they could find no further trice of him It is believed that he is badly wounded and his escape is regarded all the more wonderful It is said that he has familiarized himself with the cliffs of Dix river so that it will be almost impossible to capture him The search willl be continued For the 7- Cainpafgll Kentucky elects a full State ticket this fall and the campaign and election will be strenuous You cannot keep posted unless you reada Democratic paper that prints THE NEWS withou fear or favor The 0I Louisville Times v htt Does T vt We have made a special limited arrangement wbereby we can setid by mail The Times FIVE MONTHS TheNewstead r 12 MONT- HSFor rOnlJ 235 Send your order for the CIt bjnation to THIS PAPER Itf to The Louisvllli TIei AT Once as the offer will posittT ly be withdraWn SEPTEMBER 1 I k fln tle cliffs as it is btlievWi U that Hocker has not lift there rtJ and Will not do so until hircapJ ture is effected HarroVJsbarg V Democrat n Bert Barber of Elton Wis stays V I have only taken four do oCyofr Kidney and Blander Pills and they Have done for me more thaJa yotlHrJ medicine has every done IaM still jj takinsr me pills ail want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to Deffitts Kiqnev and Bladder Pi11wlBiare unequaled for backache weak lid fneys inflammation of tte b4al r land all urinary troubles A weeks treatment for 25c Sold loy thei Red Cross Drug Store f v A Double WH i i i j A duble wadding of mucfi in t tere n was solemnized at he tCatholic church at Cpicago jVf ed DP day when Mr Leo H D4nj6 and Miss Nannie Smith AndMrtV JosephJ Harry Dantand Ms fl Florence 3sborn vereFJ1 united in thd holy bands of wedlock Mr Leo ant is a son of Mr WW Cant of Dan t and his bride tta daughterof Mr J Ralph Smith V of Cnicago and Mr Harry Dant ii3 a son of Mr James Danf and his bide isa daughter ol Mrs Rebecca Osborn of Loretto f They are all members of the most prorainerft families of the county and bike this important ajfp in life vith the piospeqtsbf ttT aprosperous future FalcSi 1 Ttere Are FCI people who knoT how to take care of tbemselve s the majority do not The liver iifl a mst important ergaa IB The body Rerbine will kep it isi condition V C Simpkims iAlba Texas writcshI have used HecWae ffflcjIiaedfeveran 1 find it the Wt medicine I ever usea I would pot bt without it It iaas gcod tot children as it is forgrown people ank I reco mend it it is fine for LaGrippe Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store EdelenSamuels Cue The Court of Appeals affiriEied the judgment of the Nelson Circuit Court Tub day iin case of R fl Edelen Co vs W Samuels Co This Buifc was brought for specific performance of a contract wherein plaintiffs R3H Edelen i Co j leased the distill 1ll ery plant 0 W B Samuels 4 Co of Sarnuelsfor five yeam with the privilege of rektwWg the lease for another five yrs and with the right to purchase the plant brands etc for 125 during the lease fheQllcjit Court held that the specific per formance of the coptract could not be decreed and the Court pC Appeals affirmed ttte iudgmfent For plaintiffs John S Kelly GeorgeS and John A Fuitooft t I for the defendant NatW 4ajl stead and John W Lewis Nel son Standard Ty Mammoth Cave 1 Washington and Nelson COBHI J f J 11Julyregular morning train 725 1 Jiii round trip from all statioM om i Bardstown branch This aMovvt t will pay the railroad fare also pJ l ooard at cave hotel and longI rout trip in thelcavcj Rat rid 1tand music on Echo rivervto cot r elude with a grand display of tire works Ticket exttadtd to f ten day ISeeL N fcickft agent and large bills A prompt plfasaBt good ramtdy jfrirS coughs and colds IIs Kennedy Laxative Cough Syrup It is fitoijr recommended for babies aM eWkkwi but good for every member f tkle family It contains no opinUp ad Joes not constipate CeuJ aia tihoney and tar aad tatts icuJr as food as m pie syrup Ghttdrt Jik IritlBold by the Red Cress Drir Store GraJ t Ihave on hand p1atlo iCradles made of tIM JbiMzi1hJ4 fgold stend W H Bod 8ia4isIi4 Xy cCre4iIhuis 1 All Nt1lOM Tiel s1 t r l fiPIt tiae abs v D tJlarksoe t pfr hcw J p oars of G L Jbm l F hWKy prop1uyS3- aewffibId ttR O Ciafoiotv AdLT4 tM Uof of Tboc D lr r T Tnt NEWSLEADER l rUSLLSHBD JIVE THUJtSDA- Yi t tr 1 l L J it A YEAR IN ADVANCE 4 i f4 kt i SPRIGPIELD KYlug I fL DAVISON JrGaf bynlnes notices 10 copts pel candidatea and n political matte cr LOILOI10r I 4 Is done at tow rates bat cash 44 cnde11ci cJgttes t c contracts made on liberal eriewi tedCos perlinej t i ANSOpHCntM JITS pinty Magistrates j 1 350 strict Offices o KOO oj C THUR DXY JULY 4 1907etci t I ANNOUNCEMENT t jt JVe tire authorized to Announce J xRpg6r Gore of Springfield a candi t t t1datef State Senator from he Fif t teerithSenatorial District composedof of Marion Washington Taylor a 1 CO intiesr subject to the action of the Democratic prty t sie Gdv Beck am is making good khis promise tjo put on theSunday lis JidJn Louisville Be has ap pointed R W i Bingham as 1I Sfayar and bVlasb Sunday the saloons of tie city were closed l tighter than ever known before Mr W P Lincoln has been s si named 1by f the governor astt f County Judge and lit is expected t that the Sunday closing law will be enforced In the county as well da JQ the city The governor r hasI i nptyetf named a matt for tho office of Poljce Judge but it is certain that Ije vili be one with I ttia same views as regards tbeL i i1 IPrncis urp Yrrthr ncted temperance adyocaie and who lr f smarted the great temperance J i t ave known as the Murphy movement forty years ago j died at at his hcme in California Mr Murphy held a meelingin t Ipringfi ld abut thirty vear J 4 agoand con veij Jed every man ias jibe town and county and induced fthempal have broken over however of since tEat time l Louisville is to lose two of Itsv great Baptist Ministers Rev IL T T Eaton pastor of the Wal nut Street Baptist church who lood at the head of ama Baptist church in Kentucky t JHed suddenly and Rev Carter Helm Jones another leading i Jminister and pastor of the rBroadwayr Baptist church has 1 resigned ltoaccept a call from a church inVirginia j Bciusn Cannor b Crired Liiby local applications as they cannot 4 reach the diseased portion of tQ lear There iron ly ope way to curedeaf neSs and that fsby constitutional ramediee Deafness is causedby an inflamed condition of the J11t1CUOUS lining of the Rastsciiian Tube When this tube js iirffiamed you have a mm bling sound p1 imperfect hearingI and when is is entirely closed Deaf ness is the result arid miless the in flamatipn can be taken out and this tntie restored to its normal condition t hearing will be distroyed forever nine caes1mt of ten are caused by Catarrh w lich is nothing but an in ii f flamed con lition uf the mucous urI j faces 1Slarrh Halls OatarrU Cure Send for circu jatslrce K J Cheney Co roo jdo O i f0Idbynruggitt7Sc Pake aJfs Family pills for Con i slipatioii I i WilIIsbur J r j Several from harp attended tbe dtdicalion at Bethel last Sunday Mr John Champion fciid wife and son wbo have been Visiling hete for the past tew weeks have ietorned to their home in Illinois It was the tirst visit therenude tothis countya four years t t Our school began Monday morning with MrrT Jf Prather 1 and Mrs KaceShewmiker the teachers K K Mitchell and faniiy of iiFfeiryiew T J Trent and famiry- ofPolip JB Trent of P uliam and Mrs A B Wells and family gspent Sunday at Wrr Yells iMii ICarsner and wife have reo turned home after a Jew monthsl- tay here They will be yery o much misSed llas they made many friends while here t J Dr Tyatt aiid wife Mr Ksr 4 fD rand wife and Mr EfW SmIth and Miss Mattie Brow npentSunday at Tatbam springS Mr teorge KEeling and lam Uy Mrs E P Dedman Mrs tSusiaBahu off chaplin Mr Mat Welts and wife of Tttham Mr Champion wife and son visited Mr John Sutherland last Tuesday or Mr Miller Birch and wife have returned lKoma jJilOq vsit relatives in Louisville Henry Wfells ot Tatham spent esday with his sifter Mrs Clark He Fired The StIcktH I have fired the walking stick Ive carried over 40 years on account of a sore that resis ever kind of treatment until tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has healed trhesore land made me a happyman iwrites John Garrett of North Mills JSf Guaranteed for PIlesBurns by Haydon Robertson druggists 2oc TrenivIHe Born since our last tothe wifi Godep Cutiniirr an eighp pound boy and to the wifoHenry Bur head a daughter T Mr Austin Hill and Miss Bes Humes were married Sunday Mr Jerome Trentwasin Wil burg Sunday Bro Summers and Bro Hanes Mr J IVT Robison and wife Mr Samuel Hodd and Miss Rosie Bird Mrs John GordDMrWill Gordon Miss Ethel Scott Mr H Scott and wife and Miss Mantha Scott took dinner at Mr Obe Cbeathams Thursday Mr Hugh Gordon and wife took dinner at Mr Dee Lewis Sunday I r Cbaries Baker and family vis Sun1y A Furtullatc Texan Mr E W Goodloe of 10T St saysfInacquainted with ur Kings New Life Pills and up laxative I ever before tried so effectually dis poses of malaria and bilious ness tIIhey dont grind nor gripe 25c at Haydon Rob ertsons drug store Tatliam Springs1 r j We4Iit has been quite a while representediint written Ive enjj yed tbe letters the other correspondents Inhere has been a great deall pf sickness in this community bu tare glad to repOx t all better except Mrs Willie Goff who we veryIland Mrs Willie Goff died Sunday June 39 It was buried the following day at Pairvieve Born since our last writing to the wife of Mr Ben Keeling twin girls The farmers are all through setting tobacco hut ther wasnt plants to set as much as was wanted School began at Pleasant gi1l 1stSamProtracted meeting is gqing on Roc bridge Rev Summers is doing the preaching tt Several frpm this puce atten del the dedication at Bethel Sunday Your correspondent t R S WJL rDARIS CGREENE1FI IIi 1- 1BugI Brand1 I The Kind That Kills IIHaydon Robertson S DRUG STORE Jt- cOIioR Jwas there and there wits an awful large crowd and plent of dinne to feed tile people They countryIchurch ever saw Woods of Govingtcm preached the dedi cato sermon Sn day school at this place 31oclo31 Re I Hatchett and daughter N Burkhead ani f Curtsinger ss1IoJhetna8 spirit l i h Mr and ftjlrs Joe iurlciieathj Mr Joe Tathamj from Illinois visiting relatives at this place Mj Henry Vandivier and wife of H arrodsburg visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Miss Maudie Royalty lis visit rsClau4ievanldivier i wifrIVi Satterly Saturday and Sunday iI Rogers Gore of SprIngfield atraItbamOwing to the recent rains tiw farmers have gotten very much behind with their work the weeds arc growing prey fast but now look in most any direct tioniindyou will see somebody plowing or cutting wheat t HYACINTH TEXAS WONDER 1THE r s 311 Kidneyi Bladder and Rheumotic troubles sdd by rugg htstortwo months lalI fey mail for SI Dr i sv Hall 5926i Olive street St Louis Send for Rqmucky estimouials Valley Bill 1i News items are exceedingly scarce this week as ex rybnQ is Jl engaged in the harvesting of only an averagecrOofWhettj Misses ji Miranda Tucker 6f this place yisited in Louisville last week Messrs Chas Logsdou andj George Whartnh of your town 0J11bMr Jasf Moore county surveyor of Springfield was in our village a favv day1aslWtek OBryttnPeters Co have purchabed sevenal lots of lhog 5 and sheep in this section recently rMr Billy 4Grigsbv cf iwti lI vervvaluablpI Now Ready FFor 1o t Busmen The Lebanon Wholesale Grocery CoC And Man 1fact rrrs Agents LebanonKy Give us a chrincu at your business We dai1i111 can save you i oney on iany article you may need in our lIne Sonic say Uup cannot do what they claim Now let us see if we can bme just fora moin cut qu- IIlgurewithus andl pensee if re have deceived vou Iouisv1 le isaskinjf or ratlier making you pay a 32c freight rte to Springfielil It that true I mean an pstakeSprbighleds see liK pounds at Vic average amounts to4SO Is this correct Vat isVhafthe L N says yuutnust pay it in case ill aCts for you Now let ushaveachatifre 4What iis ituve ouerto you 1500ounds f4mi us at I He rate averagy amounts to not S4XO but 75il a difference 1500 puunds How many sqch shipments Of405ilim will yon have iii T2l jnontltH busi ness Ask Let us go jjust a terrfarther I How many goo1stdo you havesmasficd upandsJolen in 12 months that youlose outright too small amounts leastrmore word and then w will leave it to you How lfang do you have to wait for goods at times when you are in a big hurry When you find you arc out of some article you need and nee l lad carryoti get it thesame daj that you find you areciutes if you will Phone 1 the LEBANON GtOolRVwe giianintCQ that that forimmediate we will have any ankle that you may neeti in ata cost of one dint and see if we will make if pod our pro seA trial will prove We ask no more Wee Can Save You Ioney Will You Give Us ia Chance ItlLI i 1I t MesdumesN Wal EC Spniiigeldplace spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs John Janes near here Coy Boders of VVoorMawn l sectionlastThalmaeTatum withBepfLouisvilleand Mrs M ReedSLO11eILencharming guests at the home of Miss PearlGoatley CHURCH Well we are not eitheram1Springfietdllvlethodist eptt1Pologipaltornoon at 3 oclock July nefghborhoodto hear him The infaiit child of Mr and Mrs JP M Strange js 7ery HI of cholera infantum and chances for recovery are few Messrs C P Goatley and brother and Hubert Virgin ac companied by Misses Lydia amIDollye Virgin and Margaret Roberts Clllmsocialwee Qnitfi a lal1gnSrowd was present at our mnday school last Sunday art moon which proves the ettiency oftJ1e promoters Am tnose frmn a distance who attended were Misses Bessie Urury Tavie Goodlett and Mhrgie Gray cf Hardestys acc rripal1ied bv C P Goalley Will Grry and Rufus yoqdlett STOCK iTKMr Hr Lewis hogsioOBrsan wEelrIl OBruih aload 1IH Tattim recently purchased twolmcd culves of Thos Mat tingly of Mooresyille at 15 n hed also one nice hefer of Ed CheathYm at lljMrPhileiu Barber purcbaspd a bunch pf calves q H II Taium Monday Luther Barlow sold a nice heifer to our local dealer a- tr255 lotulayJuIjJ J tS tether Miss Virgin is very popular tncher both SOC ally and from an educational standpoint Oji school should prcsptsr1 tinder hir caro and the children little bigold and youiig slould congnituinto tliHinsolves se6uringI SWQptIe to timbtr tind tIepliouG lines to jirtiluM with u hard rain tlmtdes trtiycd sucne tooicco Irhis of1VIacatpectutions rho oat crop too is oing to be a failure Our Village has n laundry jujjishoy now much to the cotH vonience of tJw many cottar USIrs in this section UNO Will Sore CopBHiira At HerriMi Kihch Ark writes KolQYs Hone and Par iis the best preItatiOifor coughs cold and luut trouble know it has cured rulIFnlpys Ilwiiey and Tar and uot being hiti tieU For sale by tfie Rid truss Drug Store r HOJST BYBARMUMS PETARD Famous Od CircusMortarShciotsi oyITin jiIr of I t IJaruum theou4o slmvinau VhiiHXpttipdly vhllosomo liuls were iIIII with it fit Routh Xorwrrflk onn ni IIf thorn lonry neinsoy was hit lifty fwt Into tin top of nil apple Itt Vounii llemsoii did not have the irt r jiojiHl flIght well mastered nor lul lii hiivo tho Retortion of it landing lan tnd it will bo n week before lie tpa iys his Lori ttforrfe L flItton owner or tile relic did not know the thins was loaded nnd Is threatened with jl suit for dam ages nnrniun mnden bIg hit with the can not In Its tiny There was n fake ex ploshn and thru a powerful spiiirj t woutl shoot ji falr maiden up ta the toi cf ilio fOcn as TALE OF A TURTLE11 A Man Ina Nightgown and Five Frightened Women JIANICINPINE BRCOK N J Peter Cashand HIS Tortoise Mistaken For Ghoptsr Come NearBcing Made Into Real Ghosts by Jacob Konnors Pistol There was turtle soup for dinner the ntlior day at Jncob Konilbrs boarding bojiso Pine Brook N JIut the soup WaS not tasted even by Mrs Hermann OoUlsohinidt of New York Miss Ro3a Ooldsi hmidt Mrs Emil Harris of Spriu Jiold avenue Newark Miss Ethel Hanis or 1Is Rachel Kaufman The fin wnnicn have acquired a certain antipatliy to turtle StokAilg innocent diversion and houltbrul exercise tile f1ycwaUa dtQI gttlur Stnulay exciting from the board iiifr house to neet the 7 oclock stage tUpturning in th6 fast deppouing dusk they had reachel a bend in the road about 100 yards from the house when terrifying aIn ilitlQn confronted and approached them It was a tall gaunt figure clad in white from head to heel It held sus pended from its right hand a misshapen mass whicli despite its form was plain ly animate struggling Shrieking Mrs KitufiiKih Miss Rosa and Miss Iithp7 darted J past the ghostly form ran to the boarding house MrsI nllI schmidt and Mrs Harris YoonClJI fArrived at the house the three pant ing women told It hysterical brokc- itIiy that sent Konnor Ills two sons and nil his men boarders off the run Mown the road They fouriil Mrs CJold fichmidt aiid Mts Harris not in the roail Ayjjore they had fallen but on n slitpint bank at the roadside Awl up thet road came something somebody fearsome so speetrjil that the menfelt goosellosh vlsjt and chills run down thoir spnes Mr Goldschmidt who had armed himself at the first alarm aimed his revolver at the apparition ibjjt before Iit could pull the trigger Ivonnor veiled Dont shoot Its Peter fash So it was Peter Oashtcltd only In a nightgown and carrying by the tall a seenty pound snapping turtle whIch fought to free itself This had hap pened Cash who supplies the Pine Brook summer boarding houses with fish went turtjing Saturday in the Passage river near by Ue caught a prize the tnoustrons snapi er and de termined to get a good price for itin Nev York St instead of ddpcapjtatiri it he took It home put it in a wash tIP TltI JOti cnn sSIFTnl PICAJ SO1IK SPKITUAI hit in his yanl ami placed boards riiglitt il witlr stones over tile till Stiertltiflies the 111111tlllll tried tto cetpt during Sunday At tusk Vish who wfrhpil to make a very earlj start to Xow York Monday undressed and put on hits nightgown He took one lust look from hH window to inkepilire the plnlptr was cafe lie was J time tc see Hie turtle with a heave utwet till tnt cniw from SflU it and startt across the yard to the at n surprisingly fast pace lnst ash dhshedI Jownstairs find itiitdnors his nightgown tlutterlng In till Imnke He suM overtook the tur tIszcd Its tnll and waij Carrying itt Itd In tiriumpii when he sinv the the women lefore him Shrieks rent the air two women fell tainting three ran Cash dropped tllie turtle carried Mis GoMxrlnitidt and Mrs Ilnrrix tll the RJoping ItnJiU aijd vainlyt tried to revive thPifi he snapiieT flree refimed its Journey toward the Pawaie Seeing Kontnr land Iris nyty running toward him Cash rp nptt rel flu unnpper- Konnnr bought the turtle and Pensl lily sent Cnxb home befare Mrs Oold whmliU and Mrs Harris came tint of their Hwoon 44SShaved Hubby For Church At nn txperienee iIrlii the Ornce Iliiptist ehureh at Trentoni NU Jfine of the vomejj menilw IU1IUitlc11hli ihe laid raised her shnr of a eongre jndjiinl fund by shaving her husband atid charging him llPUts for eacli pritlon She pleilgpd the congrega nott to ixv til her nniiu to the pnb AKkiHllo produce her husband at meeting to attest to her skill with sho naively confessed hint he 1rl7nr particularly prou1 of his fa tnt apjieaitince and wfts keeping In tidln as nuuli as possible A RESCUED BOY It Beanie had nilndud Ills mother thu t day It would hover have hap pened Ft was spring cleaning week at tho farmhouse and even little boys were looked upon as very much Itithc say Mis Hnrpor said right aftorbronK fast of bread and milk had been served to the little boy Now Bonnie ryn out tothe bi rn and phij Vvltff Rover Ilannnh and I shall be busy for a long long time So Rcjnnle put on hIs cap and started for thelbarn Just outside the kitchen lOOP hi topped to look up into Ihe apple tree that partly shuded the kitchen l1lof The kitchen hud lIeu lately to the main building of the hoitee and wnsonlyont story high Up In tho apple tree two robins were building their host Bennle watchedi the rot tint Then he felt he vould like ajuearer view of the nest Ills mother lhad forbidden him tqcl1mb trees but he said to himself Mamma and Hnftnnli are In the oefiar nod will never Itnow So he began to climb He crawled out the braueftwhar I III If You Good I1 Buy The BestMadeI I ham the Agent here for the I i IEnginesI 41 IttPumps Steam and Gasoline and Mills line every thing Jn the Fahbanksi i I CALL ANID SEE MEat establishedMarks Jreenls Plaining Mill and see ny sampleengnemn I of machine repairing8GASOLENE and STEAM ENGINE Work a Specialty I 1T1 MARKSIi KX1II The Cause of lyiany i Sudden Deaths There iis n discuse prevailing hi this country most lstnt eroii8 because so lectv tire Many sudden deaths re caused by ithieart dis fuse pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the resultof kid hey disease If kidney trouble is allowed toadvance- thickiiluevpoisoii edI blood vill at tack tile vitnlbrgans causiiig cLthrrii ox the bladder or the kidifeys themselves break down ami waste away cell bv cell Bladder troubles almost al waysresult from a derangement of the kidneys anTi a cifire is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of tIC kidneys If youare feel lug badly you can make no mistake by talcing Dr Kilmers Swam Root the great kidney liver mill bladder remedy It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing itand over comes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get tip many titHes during the night The miid tnc1l the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and jis sole by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new covery and a hook that tells all about it both sent free hy mail Address prKil mer Co Ihnghumton XY When urithig mention reading this generous ofer in this paper Dont make any in stake lnt remenibqr the ilameSwamjv Root Dr Kilmers SvvampRoot mid the address Bin liamton N Y on every bottle mi Joins wore innmiii out Dcrore ne hall time to say fade jnohlnson the limb pave a croak broke right off and out Hennie tiunbllnj down the wide Iii ttliiu chimney Mrs ijlnrper and- Ilniiiuili who hud heard the noise rushed rromthcpllar to set wlint had hiippeiiPd Mrs Harper detected the sound of muflled sobs Inthe dilliine and she began to cry r Its Hemiie nun lies Jnmined Into tin chimney OJi Ilnnnrfli vhntevt shall we do Vs iSIas imnssy maam was therp ever such a toy for gettln lntoqiieer tWIItrll An there aint n ladder about the placeSFortunately for Bonnie there was no tire below Mrs Draper haviiig allowed It to wet so low that she did not think it viorlh v hlle to light it again until uopn Ill rnu to the Pecks maam down th road They have n ladder I know for heard Mr FTafper say one day he loined em onrx an1 they haint never retumed IIIThe distracted mother followed Han nhh to the gate Jjust as a curious cavsil ca le headeilT n little fni red faced 1HIll on horseback came bj The red fnceil uinn looked in surprise lit the excited woman who came dash- Ing to the sate Hoth wore talking at on e aiory loud and excited tone of voice and lit couldnt mak Qut what ibey Were saying hut he saw they yeI1i great ilisirestir Whatst tthe matter ladles he in quired very politely Can I be of any assrstance to you Oh Its Hennio Hoa dropped clown tilt chimney and we never shall get him oiitr wailed Mrs Ilarper Oh I guess it Isnt so bail rts nil that sald the Vwl faced nian goodI naturedly as he and the other got down from their horses anti w in to look at tho ehlmnoy Avery agile young man at his suggestlon8calod the lile of the liouso sis jf he hud belt u human tljnUlt Indeed that was Ute way he wtsl advertised on the circus lulls IKforo this you have guessed tt that it was a traveling circus on its way from one town to another that hail stopped at the Harpers gate Inn see him Ion here hut its a little too far down for me to rene him filch tlie luunan fly over Hie kitchen eaves after a peep down tintrtil ehlnmey TI redl faced man who WM the owner and manager of the Circus gtzeilitt the chinlney fora nfoinent in Iln brown study their he called Say Olll bring Pamsou in heretTho inan addressed as Bill disap peared and presently returned leading by p bOg ropo the very largest antI most solemn olephant The rnreftilly stepped over the garden feneo and tto neighbors nnd Hannah and Mrs Harper pet up a shriek Now dont you be scared inaaiii commaiuled the circus man jThat olephant is gentle as a kitten If Joull just step aside we will have that boyi out in the snapping of a whip The elephant and his trainer nd vanced to the kitchen chimney Now Samson give tue the boyVi peOziuiiaiuledpliant swung Its mighty trunk high InEtJie air poked It oyer the chimney fuinblcd inside anti the next mlnutc Beunle very red of face very sooty and ttorn was swung into the air and then gently lowered into the trainers anus 4b Such a cheer as went up for that t elephant After hugging and kissing the boy 31 to Harper would have liked to hug the elephant but the circus man said jI Now nilnm if youve aiLTthlnar c j jfJOilJ ti dj tJtili itlJIjIWiI Il Iik E Jj i Luncti Room I t I11Ice1 Cream and Soft i I E Ei MainStreet fdream and Soft Drinks and will also have a LUNCH ROOMt I willjalsakeep on hand fresh fruibof alljcinds t3 Everything new and clean Irespectfully solicit at Eshare of the public patronage e Ct c L RICEIoi 1rIff f iuMvQ1 r 1 Beqremann7s ShopIII a t I I where IIam prepared to do all kinds of I HARNESS WORK t Hand made harness a Specialty and all repairing promptly neatly don i I 0 r 4 IIalso have withme fife and Dumb Shoemaker workman Your patronage IIDeaf res t I O J Begeniann jIfwecr auont toe piace tout fOil mu nt1sar II altways reward him when lIe lias done lhis tricks and our things are locked up in one of the vans f Hannah said Mrs Harper soleran l go right down Into the cellar and bring up tha f crock of doughnuts that linked yesterday and there are four inlnco pes aqd a half loaf of seedcake with a tin of cookies Theres nothing elelphant lfhnt night Jlr and Msr Harper Rounio Hannah mid the ihiretl man tjotle ovir to the circus and saw the elephants go through with their tricks Ih closing the ringmaster Otter ten lng of what liad happened that morn Jug assisted BeanIe on to the big eta hintH backl and amid theJ cheors of ttile audience tho little boy rode proud Jy around tho ring rittsburg Citron i IllelA Side IF park Its good timing that the people in ttho stone age didnt live In glass moiisePrIpcetotTiger 1r Vid Bull Chases Real Autos The speed laws tic being broken with impunity by motorist in red ears infuriatedmtlcriiseIhas slitttehteeii at largo nt Ilnrkliam Jted cluislng et lYlcd auto that tiostIcars be jnrc of the bull and they need nofur flier spllSthuTrie Cotossus of Rhodes The Colossus Of Rhodes was made of rog2C4iuitr wit lofl feet Jilglu It was t3hOlAWeover 500000 fOLEYSHONEIIAK l S41li OOI Pryts PMIola 1 J Ili i j l 1 Wanta 13ngine L 1 jr t Drinks and kA Sit of Superstition Superstition Is by o means dVird even in ultra civjllzejl England 1Iondmonths ago nn interesting proof of lthis fact was seen lit the parish hnrcrtJof Sutcoihbe In iiortlT Devon A hInf ont tram morning service and thirty married men who nt her request IIIattended church passed her opeby one v As they passed each dropped if penny ifix her ip The thirtieth took the ahaltn ring for liarto wear Vain sur eraffe tlon you exclalm Yet another woman also a martyr to epileptic ilt who went through the samejceremOnyv agdhiiisHis Heed find the Psalmi 4 i Jncenee jvrltes In my ihrrit llvins there was a very crowded congrejfa j tlon the first morning I officiated The parishioners were evidently cufiou ua to the build color or hair etc tif theirt new vicar As a matter pvt fact I wasli thocgh a yonnenwn cry bald 1itI I tie thought would have caused in make lily fret jippearrfnce on aay morning jot the 8th but it 4as thKJ8th cud1 llit the PsalmS whIch wetd read and not sung I badtot say lfL jhnlrsj A Welsh Off I want tc get ft pair of scales j re marked tho eiiatocner Jiavo youjho- nmbuscado mnkeTt Chats the ambuscade Inqiilresl theccrfci IWcllt rijturned tho cutonier I am understand that theyre the kind which lie In welgbtflohiewlau iyDRJI BURTON fi4 RrIDENTDENrI m jr TEETH EXTRACTED p I1THOJJJT PAIN IofJwKEgkn Block up stairs 9 t1l SPRINGFIELD Kit = 1 AiDDentaJ Work Strictly b i lv t classJ 1 flr k th fJ ir 1 TDICa ll1aild SllrgeonLtThybiOi k Office hours 8 to 9 atn gr lto2pmaj nd liOniqes over Haydons Drugstore tIY plfllamptonMD f Office iinOnera House and 0 9rtJc phone No Residence OlfNo 38 ours t WFGR1GSBY 11 rTORNEYA T LAW of t v Office over Peoples Bank Te- iir ii SPRINGFIELD KV I I Sf B RoB RDS M W FYATO old 1 C R BARDS HYATT PljsicIansind Surgeons field t 0ffice over 0 W Bagans go Glee eery opposite Presbyterian church Well jaYbeljPhoney Office 115 1 f Residence 7fHand= ilOjHN Y MAYS itji i FUNERAL uiLCTORSi TAND UCENSED Et1IIAMEII Jbown ly L TELEPHONEthpAY1 NIGHT 74st1 SPRINGFIEIlD KY I J- j i 4 Rairoad Schedule Following is the time schedule now io effect on the Bardslown and Springlield branch railroad re No 41Leayes Louisville at 430 p m Bavdstown Junction- 622 pm Bardstown 60 pm ion EJlyesat Springbeld 705pmr p tf No 42Leaves Springfield at 520 a m Bardstpwn 607 iam 1 Bardsown Junction 650 am ofrr1yes 4 No 43 Leaves Louisville athe 82Oam Bardstown Junction on 910 am Bardstown 1100 am arrives at Springfield 1230 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a 100 pm Bardstown 220 pm o Bardstown Junction 435 pmca arrives at Louisville 545 pmHNo 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 iamf Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am i arrives at Louisville ur 9351am 4 Nb 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6pm Bardstown IJunctiOD 645 pm Bards town 730 pm arrives at Springfield J825 p rul 1st KILLritCOUQe1 r AND CURE ThEoWITh Drtg Kings it 4New Discover II el IFORC ONSUMPTION OlGHS and OLDS I50cSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROTJBflt LES or MONEY DACK k f jasper on Market of Mr Jasper Whalled formerly with Mr J H Kearns of eball ron Kyjis now associated with j Wr L Smith Market Sjtreeh between 3rd and 4th Louisville tWf cordially invite our friends and your fiend tjo caT on us when in the city and to 4 send us orders fir any goodISo cyoi may need t Straightt Whiskies 225 to ij Per Gallon Bottled in bond 100 l i per quart 10 per case f 0 We ship to all points from Lojaisville House or It dm 23bf rIr and 42o State Streetb Nejw Al x bany Indian jj W L Smitht t l r5rior crastches burns cut8 insect J Z bites andthe many littlecuts cotnmon V to every family DeWitts CarcoHzed Witch Hazel Salve ia thc best remedy r tiii soothing c1o1ing clean and healing Be sure yoi get DeWItts Sold by the fled Cross Drujr Store IJ tffiff Early Risers iNtUpMs r thWf fi m WW mnw Local Happenings 0r Interest iTOI ViV N The Freshest and L testgg IUb and Acquaintances11TOPIGS S IN1JMA II q Screen doors and windows Gampbell tISI aII fa- A few porch settees lleft at had mpbellI I theat atr re CQst awrences grocery one We still pay cash for eggs chickens art Campbells for y of Fruit jars pints quarts half gallons at Lawien es grocery 77 WANTEDTo buv twenty sows pigs J W JARBOB r i you need a good saddle see befr you buy at Campbells Candies fruits and vegetables l all kinds at all prices at Law nces grocery out haye for sale a nice twoyear tthe filly by WacoJDare M Reed Beautiful cass pins Spring side Highi School and Saxon Club for sale at Russells Prices 15 and 20 cents Judge Charles R McDowell known in Springfield hasn appointed Commissioner of each e Boyle Circuit Court to ucorl ed the late Judg RS Nichols still Mr Nick Kelle fell from the ropftf a tara in the rear of L agap Bros storey yesterday bruised himsi If badly but is not tthoughb is seiousli Lit urt SMessrsRev mms delivered at the Mattigii Moore distilleries at Bards to Jersey Citj packers j200v vuheadted at have been taken out of the The ate for some time The Jot pI1veragedprice receivedvas 550 per but hundred If cne could judgs from the port of the First National and the the iinLBank affairS of county must be in a prosperous condit It declared a dividend of 5b ercent put by 1300 for taxes wIS500the bank as well as the stockt are to be congratulated their good statement bJosephtorney who has recently hung utJiissline won his first se in court the other day e was employed to defend one Lee Rilej of color who was go charged with vagrancy and fail to provide for his family The prsouer ws discharged and and itis thought that Jpes clever handling of tIle case hadI much to da withlheaccluittalt The Peoples Deposit B 4emert as fouhd in the columns of this paper shows as- videnced by the liberal amount f its loans 2fel78J80 that is giving Its Sa trons good service t and aror pie accommodations Its stick holders and officers are very grateful to its depositors for their liberal support which12d enables them to take care cf- heir patrors J JVTough Characters I and1fackReardon th6 familybf Weary Willies wh o travel the country under the guise of mend ing umbrellas are in the county I jail under a charge of larceny TJjeparticulars of iheoccurrence whicli brought these two worthy wanderers to greif are follows On last T esdrty morn ing Mrs Lula WyciT who lives upper Main Street PrepJJre to go to Mackville tocolle several notes which were due from parties at that place She had the notes some stock and 12 50 in money in pocketbook whjch she laid onthe dresser in her room While Mrs Wycoff and the rest Qf the family were id the back the house a knock was heard at the door and upon some one of the lamilygbing to investi gate one of these tramps was seen hastily making his way of the front gate Some lime afterwards Mrs discovered that her pocket book bad disappeared II and suspicion was at once directed to tramp It was learned that fellow who was jshorty j by his companion bad s out the Perry ville pike John Grace was soon after lellows and found that after going out the Perryville tike as the Jirntown road asIIretraced their steps and started towards Bardstown railroad track They were c5 caught and mHhe pockQtaof the l5 who avehis name as Jack jp Reardon was found silver money the exact a mount and pieces the same denomination to correspond with the money con j tained in Mrs Wycoffs missing pocket booR No trace of a ten e dollar bill n6r of the no ies and at bank stock howeyecquld be disa t covered IIThem protested their limo tthis cence and nothiog could be gotten from lthem to indicate the location of the1itissing property rett Marshal Grace took some lioys over the route travele by R two suspects however and a small purse which hadbee4in RIfoundR where itharl evidently been tossed A thorough search has failed to reveal the Ether missing property The pocket book contained 835 in securities as A follows 8500 in tank stockatu ote for 2004 two notes for 50 June one note for 25 and an for 10LoThe men are still in jail andU stubbornly refuse lotaIkO achmanLitseyVi ed i g Cash Miss Elizabeth Gilbert Leach man nd Lieut David Roan tey were married at the home g gftbe brides parent near tQw- naturdav eveoiHgi at 730 jclock R E C Lawson perform T ingthe ceremony BThelled severaljlhoura necOssitaDr l a change in the program wedding was to have taken lace on the lawn and a musical program to havebeen rendered the stcrm prevented theB musicians and a largp n umber of expected guests from arriving p the ceremony was performedI the reception rooni The bridesgown was lace over chif lbridehite picture lit trimmed in f lumes and roses The house was prettily deco rated inj flowers and ioliage white and green predominating Refreshments of icecreain slier et and cake were served At eight oclock the happy couple left for Lebanon where tithe me took the train for nextendepSE bridal trip afterwhich they will a to house keeping oh Walnut street Lieut Litsey iisfca son of Countv Judge BL Eitsey and a member of the Robeitson Clay brookF Co generalI merchants of tljis place Miss Leachman is he youngest daughter of Mr grand Mrs W H Leachman f r De th atBloomfieldf R News was received here Tuesday morning of the sad death uf Bessie Durrett who died at the home of her father Mr Jobn Durret near Bloomfield at three oclock Tuesday mprning July y after an illness of severals Weeks of typhoid fever She a was well known among thee young people of Springfield tin naying visited at the home of Dr M W Hyatt and other rel atiyes in the county numerous times Her death is a sad blow tote young peopleI of this vicinity and we all join in extend ing sympathy to the bereaved parents and relatives heIi funeral services were conducled from the Paesbyterian church L LSIGlasses ffor Style dIThere is a grcatdeal rotInOadas abput glasses being worn for style This is a nib take It is very ldominJuyc llexperien e that people ask for glasses Justfor looksi aVhen they want lasses they ntwaIlt them because they want jIrelief They wuh4 them be 1Icause they believe they can see better or easier with them The reason more people wear glasses now than formerly is because we have a better knowledge o E the eye We understand hoW to give reIutlief in cases which a few years ago had to be endured It wcarlDffneeded as to do without them when they are If you do not heglasse rwill tell you so 1 chargeiorconsultatlonne edddFF RUSSELL Scientific Qpllcan Khey vviLr 1I1 Hats vill be sold from no v until all are disposed of atahsolute cost Skirts and SiirtwaistsIII and everything stock r ust be sold before moval and to do this WILLIAMS all go ds go at and below reI Dyer Peoples Bank I OO OOOO oooo Bloomfield yesterday mornirg 10 oclock f The following relatives from place went down to attend i MesIdamesElizabeth Durrett llssi Elise Durrett Mr and Mrs J CIa vbroo ce and Wp Clay brooke OK THE CONDITION FIRST NATIONAL BANK j OF SPRINGFIELD v Springfield in the State of Ken at the close of business 29 1907 RESOURCES s and Discounts 2092842 S Bonds 5000000 Banking House c Fixtures 50QOOO verdrafts 1 931100 d on hand anil due from Banks j 5007388 I I3t5tl33OLIABIliTIES S SoOOOOOOj1CirculationII Surplus 2800000 Undivided Profits 340837 Fund lJiO0 Fund toImprove Building 100000 Ie ills Payable 027385 Bills Rediscounted 1335303 eposits I 19135625 r rw Gross earnings sjx 531330 II months e9G240 tatjts 31774310S9S9 pisposed of as follows aid dividend No 71 iii of 5 per cent 250000 Added to surplus 50000 Paul expehses 241201 1 dded to Tax Fluid 131891 a eaying undivided 4rQr4ts 340837S10139S9 C McELROV CashierJ a 0II Having gone out of business in Sprin oeld it becomes urgent that 1 collect all accounts due Persons knowing them o el ves indebtpd to me will confer favor by settling promptly JAS J GRAVES Lost Dog Strayed from my plac j on the Bardstown pike five mi es from t Springfield on June Oth a Scotch Collie dog about tw thirds h Color sable an white Any information leadin to its- r coyery will be liber fly re warded George Lear F DNo 21 Springfield Ky v Cured of Briilft Biscase1 Geo A Sherman Lisbad ReH t Mills Lswr nee Co N Y writes p I had kidney disaese fo many c ear and had been treated lyphy icieh for twiclve years hail taken well know kidney medicine and a other lemidies that wordrccdrnmcnd d but jot no relief until I began us Foley Kidtyjy Cure The first half bottle relieved me and fosr bot ties have cured me of this dreadffil disease Before I began tailing Fol eys Kidney Oura lha1 to make wuter about every littecn minute 3dlyand night and prssed a brick dust substance I believe that would have died if I had not taken eys Kidney Cure For sala b the Red Cross Drug Store row They Fooled the Preacher WIioii our ifrAMdiuolIu umujje to have chlokeu for Simifciy dUrier for- tliw ripjiJhL tliv picked out tlic bIS xt and fattest ami toughest old hip oil till place ifm j iitoraooJi aul hat ithc lw iil i6rsrn her pvn tolfl HI hil tillor QJl ji jH literfd out of her lfiV ai tifju n spring Inmb who co fOtt Injrtit inuki s any aiilaii hi orrovI tiult 90 i1t books n aui IzIijIlr fronr thii that Jon grri1iotUort jiucw what tbQyiTWJ alr t VvTicu tty lvil the LjugU oil hp stca VTPl tnforc kHlriifc m Dorad Ji fleWelktil II U It Kilcd Him I should fnucy the laundry business vas about ns easy shy to start Wlmt makes you think 8of All yjo have to do Is to lay lu a sup ply of starch tteU t1YcS thatll Ktnrch you Jill rIght Thfco days ivftor there wrts a buriali London TitRlts rA Brilliant Tho 9httUstfOKS to malil after the PartY lISo Fran X called this afternoon What roiisou did you she for my not seeing bdnldl told her we had a Iii wash on Meggcndorfcr Blatter Assume In adversity a countenance of prosperity and In prosperity ate thy temper Llvy FSCNALM- iss II Allhaire Medley is visit r ig friends in Louisville Dr Paul Southo Frankfort here tfor a visit to fritnds 5 Mr Evan Rogers of Lebanon J as here the first of the week Mr W L Smith of Lpnis 5 ille was in townthe first of the eek Mrr1I F Spalding of 5 tlantara isyisiting relatives reoI 2 Mr Roert Sutton of New C ortspent a few days here this A veek C S Mrs T S May s spent last eek visiting friends in Louis to ville r Mr and Mrs Thos M Corne son of Lebanon were here on Mooday Mr Hood Cunningham spent unday with Frank Peters at Lebanon IlIrs C a Mclhtire returned Gray soa Springs Monday ening t Mr W F Booker went toG jlatbam Springs yesterday for a days stay Miss Edith Rubet and Mr Spalding of Lebanon were in wn Monday Mr M GNoe pCincinnatjjthe county aMrardsto n Tuesday evening to tend the dance Harry ONan of Louisville and friend are yUiting at the hone Mr H MONan Mr and Mrs J a Mahon of at ebanbn spent Sunday with r and JMrs E S Mayes Miss Mary Catherine Lemon p Louisville js visiting her 1 a nt Mrs J W Lewis Mrs Annie McElroy and Iiughter Miss Fannie spent jesterdav in Lebanon Mr John Y Mayejs attended j tlie State Undertakers conven j on in Louisville last week JMirs Lydia McElroy arrived me from Pikeville for several eeks visit with her parents Mrs W F Spalding and fam iiI of Lebanon were guests of f r latives here the first of the eek Miss Flaget Simms attended edance givenby the yourfg ople of Bardstown Tuesday eningtMr John Shuck McElroy Jr tended the funeral of Miss l Bjssie Durrett at Bloomfield sterday Mrs J B dassel1 of JHarri nan Tenn arrived Friday to v sit her parents Mr and Mrs S R GrayeMisses Eva and Elizabeth C Va IEIIt o guests of their aunt Mrs t r W Hug JM r Leonard Baker has moved his famHy into his house recent lj purchased of Thurman and harton Miss Kite Woodbriilge who U s been a guest of Mrs R K C La v6u returned to lender 5Ii today j r Mr Bush VacArsdale in ton was the guest ofofJexl L rdia Huston at Mand t tt r part of lastweek Judge 1 H Thurman andson R ly and nephew Robert McEI r yleft Saturday to visit lJr H DlRodman at Shelby ville- Messrs G 03l Cunningham CJ lA Thompson and Charles L gsdon left Tuesday for O dahoma City oh business jMr W M Hagan left Tues di y to visit his wife at Spring fiiild Tenn Mr and Mrs Hagan will return home next wjek- jr Messrs H M Grundy and- Cjarles r J1hQrd ICfUDd T c BISIGIIT r BISIGHT uuUnuu 31 Ask for Bisight The news invisible Double Gloss The 4 only double glass that is 1 ground in one PIECE foroJ tfar and near work We also sell the Kryptox and Ooifex Bifocal Glass 5 DR W C GRIGSBY has one of the best Optical J Stores in the State He has f added to his store the fol C lowing instruments The Geneva combined Retina tscope and Ophthalmoscope and the C I Ophthalmo 3 meer for measUring the as tigmatic Eyes He hasn stalled a water motor and put in a dynamo for light ing up the above instru J men s He fills Occulists Prescription and does all kinds of frame work Frames made to order to fit any face He is making a specialty of fitting glasses and fits tnem correctly and guarantees satisfaction W C GRIGSBY The Leadiig Optician BARDS TOWN KENTUCKY rLr rLrLr join the Knights patty in Louisville TemptatI Eistern trip IWill Selcman has returned from Louisville wirre he has Ibeen tab ing a course in stenog raphy ancT is acting as deputy in the county clerks office Miss Ellen Gregory of Pleasant IGrovaneighbprhood enter tained in honor of MUs Mae Bell A nUmber of the young people of town went mtIIS liand Mrs G C Wharton entertained at 6 oclock dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Mr James Wharton ot Grand Kapids8jMich and Lieut w 0 Mrs J C Mudd and children Mrs John F Simms and = daughters Misses Sarah and Catherine will go to Tathani Springs Fiiday to stay two week S The young men 6f town gave- a skating party Tuesday night the Opera House Skaiing was enjoyed for a few hours then the program was changed ind dancing vvus enjoyed until a late hour Prof WO Vaught and wife who nave been vtsitiog Mr and Mrs S R Gray are visiting relatives in Harrodsburg Prof Vaught has QeeIi employed as Priucipal 01 the Bardstowd public school Sister Cesteaus kLOwnjto the world as Miss Georgia McIntireI who has been at Watertowh Mass seventeen years iis expected home today to visit her father Mr Hl1aryMcntireh who is m very poor health Stimulates WloniJrnthtioD Jn case off stomach and liver trou ble the proper treatment is to stimulate these organs without irritating them Orlnb Laxative Kruit Syrup aids digestion and stimulates the liter and bowels without irritating I these organs like pills or ordinary cathartics It does not nauseate or gjipe and is mild ynd pleasant to take For sale by thc Red Cross Diug StoVe Notie Taxts for the year 1907 for the Springfield Graded School dis trict are now due On and after August 15h a penalty will be added on all unpaid taxes so taxpayers can save motley by paying nuworG U WHARTON t 4t Treasurer When youffeel tBe need fL pill take PeWitts Little Eerly Risere Small fM safe pill sure pill ay to take pleasaut and effective Drives away headaches Sold by the Red Cross Drrg Store ncnged nls noito A soutluyn repnscutatlviy Itt con gross Is reputed to of such a per iUwtve manner that no matter what party ivlay ho In power he outdoes his coilengtics to procuring favors for his constituents One afternoon the statesman waS met by n newspaper man Wcll ma joiflSked the latter hmy many op pointinciits and apiiropnatlons have you arranged tot today We all know your way of getting everything that you go after Nothing today responded the rep resehtatlve rather wentUytlMy ev perl nee this time rcrnlni1smo of the old Coufed ihite soldier that I knew In Tennessee Il went Into this war Ball lie wit the motto Vent vldl del rna 1 lame out vice versa Bt Louis Rofublle w ii i I Icaaflcee1OF MENS AND BO- YSGLOTHINiQ II- Will t ttbegin att the Big Stoke July 5th and continue until Augustftst 1 Avail yourselfof this chance to get a real bargain in a suit or separate pair of pants We are over stockedjn this special department and will offer exceptional inducements in order to reduce our large stock Nearly every suit we offer was made for us this season and arc cut in the latest style The well known brand t H Quitonipe B Will be incudedfuiPis s tie They are equal to any tailor made Every suit guaranteed to give satisfaction We are showing a swell line of two + piece Outing Suits and Serge Coats suitable for Summer wear at reduced rices We are now getting together all odds and ends andremnants from each department which you can buy at almost your price Bargains in Dress Goods White Goods Carpets Mattings Rugs etc t r CALICOES 6c 1IzOne erv Monday of each wekof this sale we WiUS Hoosier Cottn for 6c not oler 10 yards to each UImer We have many ether specjals to offeri Call Sfe for yourself TheRoberison Clay roOk GOJ INCORPORATEDr I Iii tl Eg Bargains Big Bargains Y iAT COST6 IN TIN AND GLASSWARE M p Good bargains in Masons Jars pints = fj quarts and half gallons = = My stock of Groceries is complete in every line tf = MeatrW SSugar and Flour Jlsold at lose prices f r cash Country produce irnbe i change same as cash 4 = CASH PAID FOR EGGS = FIVE PER CENT OFF FOR CASHi = 61 I t = W fLA BNCJtj 1l iSUM ER CLOThES1 f M JS i AND 4 11 i t somearee y NottJ fri yt7 ti r Ours art oiadeJtpJtti f suit the season We have a full of t 1OPiece4I1 Suits iitFor Hot Weather vcar I Serge and other ii n light mitriIat pnccc to ploti4 75o Tto 25iiBlue Strftl Cats Black Luttr Gbatss tOdd Pant I I j 1 rc 7 w r w FII FL= vw Jr 7 T iJw vJw = TOUcHi WHOLE ARMY IA American Single Handed Stood f OffNicar guan Horde 5 rC i Hi e WAS SHOT EIGHTEEN TIMES i But Killed Tvverltyfive of the Enemy Before Ho rjellrFoe Marveling Jat His Bravery Buried Him With AH Honors of War ii J The fighting power of an American shows in the desperate battle of Fred 3inism the battle of Amtsegfr in the recent war berweeii Honduras and Ni i caragua John P Poe who once kicked a field goal for Princeton winning tile most r sansatlonal football gnme on record re t ytly returned to Nevada from Hon i duras where he served as cuptnin In the Hondhran army About his own I service he has little to rbut while In San Francisco on his way to Nevada he told the story of Mills an American adventurer recently of Goldfield Nov who vith his back to an adobe wall hold the whole Nicaraguan army of in 1of vVaskmat bay and killed twentyfive of President Zelayas men before he was finally borne down by overwhelming numbers rlhe story comes from an officer in the JCicaragruan forces who oanje Iu on ftIJe close of Hills jjreat fight When there was rUmor of Nwar in Central Ameriea 31111s who wnijat that time in GoWfleld went to San Frau ls cbdiid shlppejl on the first boat He readily obtained ac31tnlncpI hi the Honduran army and in the upset aatel qf affairs Just before thinvar broke out helped get the army Intoshape I Then came the nimor that the tit ragnan trqops WEre preparing to cross the Honduran frontier In tile Interior Mills w4a detailed with a company Of native soldiers to go out into the moun thins where the Nicaraguans were ex pwted to cros and avoiding the main body of troops to picl up any skIt mishtng parties he could find and learn I the number of the Nicaraguans At Anilsegir a mountain own which the Nicaraguans were advancing upon flnd were forced to occupy as a key toe the position Mills found himself th only man In the Houduran forces who realized what was at stake He pre ared to hold the placci against all corners The town life high up on the hills Swithnothing bl zigzag mountain trails 4S leading to It They are the highways cahiTnos reales of Honduras though in any eivijifcd country they would be caired goat paths Mills realized that eco not bej forced from the tjown by artillery as It could only be niovcd against him on the back of mules He tobkup his po sition In a i old graveyard command- Ing the lat angle of the road with i thick adobe walls jutting outatnsharp angle over the hillside i 4 Had to Fight His Own Men u The value of this place for him lay not In the ffact that bese walls formed 1 first barrier against the enemy but also that once lie got his handful of t Imrefootod hungry sjoldlely Into the graveyarxl he was nlile to take up his i Jsfaud at time gateway thp wily exit from time place to keep his men from running away as the enemy approach ed This was only accomplished after lie lied shot down one of his own ineu jrho trIed to brush pat him gnd loc ftT the Iron gate throwing the badff over time wall Seeing themselves ran Iedhls men after one futile rush whfch strqf bed two of them at his feet recognized their master and man ned theirpositions Mills llui de them knock lmQlqs through time wall on the t Lsido coinmauding the trail through f I THEY HUSHED AT HIM WITH A WILI r vhlch hid they been Americans they could luive kept 01fr the enemy nhllostIW fori or What ht Itad not i ccl ol1etlI vith though was their propensity to blaze nway nil their ammunition regardless of whether they were hitting anything or not 0As son ns their fire slackened time llcIP411mnfdrccd then up tllesteop hlfi ChcyC outnumbered their foe ten to one U Vaimhyr along the trail although the first rduks went d6wn from the tire of thmn bobtail the wall they managed to worm their way up to the grave yard TIe shooting holes having Lcicome useless Mill men trapped as they wore spent their llast annnunllion whileliewithhtenfold ff ct The wall now looks like a sleve Wizen the last rush came and the Ni caraguitn were scaling the wall fromt every side Mills with his handful orI remaining men fell hack Into one COlI jnor otf the graveyard near the gate ay Jtjst as lIe wnswraU rfng hls men one of them smashed the lorI to the graveprd gate with the butt k his f inuslget nnd swung it open 1Ulk1On 1 rrtw theIr chance and rushed out ppll inell leaving him alone to face tire en oI MirLimlrht have followed them but his fighting blood was up WUh shot at his own men he turned Ih1st the by whose that tlm4was Jjicaraguan oncII MADE IDS LAST STAND from nll skies Finding only one man they rushed at him wjth nwlll Mills autotnatlc revolver fOr a few brief mo iments kept thc horde at hey lIe made furrows in the Nic raguau forces atC every shot Tvirfthls quick rIugnutoI matic For a moment the Nieuaguanst fell back before the deadly American leaving the victims of his marksmanship groveling among thet gravestones i gShot In tne Back In time heat of tIme next rush a ran dom shot fired through time walls bel hind Mills back penetrated his body nnh for the moment brought hlm to hiiitknees Nlcaraguans who had not been able to hIt him in the first rush tlo etlI In with tfielr machetes M1114 Mcl1hli last shot while sJtill qn hi kiiees Ills tight arm dropped as he was4 reversing ie pistol to use It as a club A uIletl had shattered his wrIst LWithl i and leaned back agjiinstttthe wall Weak from loss of blood as he whs he still managed to tim his sword through three of the men closing in upon hlmIWhile his sword was still caught In the bhfly of one man another jumped for tfiS throat but Mills held him off with pe elbow of his shhttered arm At this moment a big Nicaraguan 11ttt gro who hind climbed the wall behh1l1e nUgIleaped Iowa upon him They both went down In a heap Mills tool t advantage of the deadly embrace iir which they were locked to tse trICJIel gros body as a shield Such was time fury of his foes that they hacked the hotly of their own comrade to pieces in jthelr dfforts to get at the hntM gringo lUsiig with the otlof the negrnII held in front of him Mills t tteredt blindly to the nearest gravestone anllt1 there iiiade his last st dWlth his bloody sword drawlIa dead linei about him he lasted a full inlnuto longer He stood his full height head and shoulders above his enemies With his long reach he was able to keeprtjienvajt distance hut ho was a ill the crowd to the fellows on the wall Down at Last Chips from the gravestone tiew about him when suddenly a bullet strncltl him square between time eyes amlllt tlpitchedas lie foil his enemies jumped JuClr About the dead body of Fred Mills lay the bodies ott tent pve soldiers whom he had telaln In theuiiQVen cpnUIct The Nicamguan officer who tells the story says that the Americans body faf bad lasted so mug The Nicaraguans were so profoundly impressed thai though they did hot know the strangers rank they gave him the honorable burial that they would glve to a generallssinio of their 3wn forces When the last throe volleys tired over his grave they 111tCdt him the gravestone by which hewfefe fought and fallen and rudely scra It with a suord an American Hag SHOCKED BY A CLOTHESLINE- Wire Carries Lightning Into Kitchesand Knocks Out NineaNine persons who were In time kitch S en at the home of Lewis Crawford at shntkCtlIISeveral children were rendered uncon ed scious CUll one of them Goldic 4Karshimmeroonili in her hand at the time ivaseriously hurt Her limbs have swollen to twice their natural size MrnvKarsh also lmrueda nfhtt1Ipni tilt tore a big hole in It it A shotgun hibrokced across file rooiii and stuck In the t other Avail TIme l1thetitorePost Card Trl k If you should hetuM that a postal card niayr ho tirriied into a Imnigmieta1 you wotiid bo suriirised tie doubt and yet it is irue Tine experiment should not be made inJdatim weather Bal ance a walking Imck oh time hill of a chair and tplllm vspertators flifit you it going to make it tall uttouthmu nglt or the chair Having thoroughly dried a posttil card preferably before an open JimeiL rub it briskly on your sleeve amTthcn tto old It near one end of the st1 klIwstick will at once be attracted to theJw card nail will follow It as If It Werc aymagnet As it mov s it will soon lose itsequillbrium and full frrtm the chair Almost any kiwI of woodon ruth will do Instead of the walking stick and inostaiiy kisul of llltIOcOIe you a undprstand tilC principle of the export lout By rubbing the card you iiLen electricity In It and It thMft lAoi1 i sort of magnet with UtBpyww to ai tract light bodies iI OOOOOOOO OOOOvOO I jf The effect of Scoffs Ejmttfafon on thin v i 1131cchildrenis magical fQB j Itmakes them plump rosy active happy It contains Cod Liver Oil Hyjpophospnites AfI mand Glycerine to make fat blood and bone P digestedbylr ALL DRiciisTS SOc AND 100 MOaOM urlf1 t 7s Your 9rldrThats top bad AVehad noticed it was looking prettythin and rough of late but naturally did not likeio speak of it By the way AyerS Hair Vigor is a regular hafrrower a per fect hair toni rrThe hair stops coming outgrows faster soft and smooth Ayers IIkeeps Vigor curs sick hair healthyI orIk1vfSIIZSAPAI1ILLA MARK TWAINS CHILDREN A Case Where Attempted Punishment Proved a Hopeless Failure Ordinary punishments answered very well fbr Susy Sbe was n thinker and would reason out the purpose H them apply the lesson nail jaclfieve the re form required lint it was much less easy to dOvise puuisliments tint would reform Clara This Was muse she wits a philosopher who wa al niys turning her attention to liudlifg some thing good mill satisfactory a id outer taiiiing In ocrything that c tine lieu wty Consequently It was sduietimes pretty discouraging to the troubled mother to fluid that after nil her pains and thought in inventing i lint sIn Imeant t6 ba severe aiid reform coma polling punishment the child had en tirely missed the severities th ough her native disposition to get tat rest and pleasure out of them as novelties Tin mother in her nnxietjy to thud a pen alty that would take sharp hold and o its work effectively at llast resorted with a sore heart and with a reproach iii conscience to that punishment t which the incorrigible criminal till penitentiary dreads above all the other punitive miseries which1 the warden in dicts upon him Yorhjls gQadmaiiiliiy confinement in the dark chamber The Claltiwent away and left her there for fif teen minutes It was ay that the motlii i heart could endure Thou site came sftftly back and listened IWened for the sobs but there werent any fhcre were inufikid and inarticulate sounds ut they could hot be construed into obs Tlie mother waited half an hour longer fir that time she wits suffering o intensely with sorrow mind compas lon for the little prisoner that she iiSts able toi wait any longer for time Ills tresged soijmds which slid lund conn ted OIl to inform her wiibnjlliere had- 1Iell pnnihmen enough and the ro thmojhscther back lute her loving favor and for giveness but thbresult was not thy lIe expected ijhe captive manna a fairy sivcrn put of IN closer aud friendJiT fairies out of clothes hanging from the hooks and was having a most sinful and unre montaiit good time and requested rer mIssion to spend the ret of day AlltobltJgrnphy INDIANJ PpOVERBS Tile cQwnnl Bhonts with shut eyes Small tthings tall loud to the Indians fye f Time palefaces linn iis longer than his word iWhen a fox walks lahie the ojd rub bit jumps A stuavsHongue runs fas er than the winds legs There is nothing so eloquent as a rattl Sl ttlbtnll The Indian setUps his eneiiiy TIll paleface skins his friends Two men will Ilvc oJt hcLillqullt and friendship but two ws ntver When a man prays one lily and teals six the Great Spirit thunders and the ovil OUt laughs There are three things It take troimg man to hold a young warrIor wild irorse ajnd a luuidtionie s4hmlltr ciai Hopi A Dog dnd an Egg A farmer Iii a wcmtcrn luU pos pw two thugs ii big railed AlUv aiid sniall one flint was named Billy Al greedy creature was foSid offnttli ggs When she heard a hen catklt she always ran to look forthe nest One day Him found one under the fruit shemkl ut sue Coutd not get time egg bitause h was too large to go under tlit sliiwl went awayaiid soan re uruvd with hilt bringing him Just before ole Billy was stupid and IUd hot inidor Jttand Alice put her bend in aul thou er imairs without being able to reach lt egg Billy seemed to mmmt1cil5Iil what wits wanted lie went under the died brwitght out thiveg ind put it before Alice who ate it wIt grout t1tlQtm ami then both g tmttwl T togelhcM1 Chicago Trlbtilio f 0Lively lnthe Tenonilnts A young wQiuitn lula to mission work oiifthf east suit New York1 was lately nicfved to OiuiHent widly uprtn ihe l1otonous and chpcrlesws existaiuo of thii iuhabitantu of the tenement II suppose there is little brigImtnsi- lil criftlon In your lives sold Jie an peviunycarwld girl r tOh I dont about that ti- mivtmei time girl it aint so dull as Oll might think Pores always simiv thin doiu to keep us from gittln blue Its lively sometime all right For Instance las id ht time people on our floor was hcUttin ut high Dere Was gentleman next ttto us what haul le trcmens an do tail right across the hall from us was Jiicgetl so she nearly bit her sisters J5ai orrxew York Tribune Hurt His Feelings uI told yofi Unit jipor you ig widow began iliK jXuritoll that youd give Iier boy VfliiIfr JW ll whitjtj interrupt 1 jd Nuritch She wnt Ithn t diy wIth i note that aid wti t nnh employment for my PIttfmtejj uefe 1mittmImLiiPImihmiciliIa Presa rtctryDo ItistloiarconvenibnceItt Ofh Ollblll1lWtthlngtonf6 S FOR THE HOUSEWIF IVashjn Linenjless ru hntbcel1but very littW rubljing hi fact P much more tthan a slight squeesijj but Ift has ii6t be m 9c ung it vi needtn be rubbed hr vtir 1 It takes but a shcrt time for lue to haw the effects qf hard rubLjini for there is nothing thatf yill wear out more quickly and to obrlnto thi IIt is well to put the article to soak ammonia vor borax water for at lea two or three hours before washing III I Two teaspoonfuls of preppred liousi hold ammonia to a1 pailful of water the usual quantity Time water iu whic they are riuseij shoitid be quite bin for these goods will soon groiV vellb if care is not takeii ln this mpett Stubborn Fruit St truIOld fruit stain must trrjite wit oxalic mind lsiHT 0i Oljliros in pintllr jAtvr 8ik tUe stnn in til i solution JivD mlmitQji then suiu holding oxer n kettle of boiling vatirjj or hang In the sunshiup Vfion tl stain iHsajywirw rinso injaininonia w tel so as to coiintemrt tie nrtimt f the acid lUnse well Jn iJffiir water 0 that the fabric will net be lnjnrii thou spread on the praiis or kiting n sun to blench dud wlr fen To 1 Clean Windo fShadestt Take down frfcni their fixtures fast a taut and1 firm on a1 table pius It 1ju1j soiled exchanjre for clean tones Win n the shndes seem as clean as they c i be made cover with another coating IiI the starch rim4 lu well roll up andl misldofor ttpimtyfour hours thou IIliStII Herewith is Illustrate Jin Jinplomo it for general ute lill kltclieifs ainbodyii s means for opyijing cans squeezii g lemons nmshiig potatoes and SIll il roperations The base of tIilsutQii has a flat Jower surface to be used s a potato ninshing head UHf a slott d sqneexing colic extendingupward frt n the hasp The cone enters a cnvi y In a conical sluippd port lou above rled by the shank of the inlplemei rI =COMJIINATItN UrpSILIExtending entirely are a manlier of opening tlu ju squeezedi from llu lemoiw being tl n discharged IMvotally connected to in shank is a hnnd lever by means of which the implement is manipulai ad for maHhjng1 potatoea nniTsqucezi in lemons Att the side of the implerm nt is an attachment for opening ra is consisting of a center pin uid an d Justable cutter The pin is Inserted In the center of the can to bo open d and the utter adjusted to xtel1l1lc o to time edge of the can Vhen in Hon tlie Implement its a whole lt turned ui ou time nn time rnn iit1m thus cut Adjacent to the edge To Drive Out Rath and Mice lime put in the hinwi ia fhlorhJoro mulct wijl not only purj y the Jjlr hut burn time feet of the o dents nail frighten them away Slro spirits of ainmonin sprayed In tllil holes and in the cracks of Huhhi sr if a room is also offcctuaj Still n other dfjifouraffer of nttnntlommt t ij a tlotli sprpjtd with the white of an g lien hprluklvd tblfkly with roth iiiiIr jiud ditcktii over tilt lat hole pep er inside Cement For China if yon In vt broken chumi do ot throw It aAvnyJor with the follow ig reiitls you uni iiicnil If vpryRalisf c orflhl tn itottle press as tui h Isiiishu will all intl nil It r ur in by tit j ws somw gin 1Ivwp 1lt h iIhhlit varin plaiv hut not vcjry u till liit until the fafuginss Is perfw lv Usf4olvcl hen the cement 1IS ivi i Top li Shonlil U lucoinu stilT pi oc in a little ht w tt lJTo Remove Mildew Dip In dilntod citric atjiO tlien co cr rtitb Kiiit UIII lay the bright mmii lit ilitil llii 4t ill disiippcun If of Lii funding ropcat tin w tlng amid s in llght II lice hI Voral Vaters us si ou is the stuin dN 11tIursiA pn ti of pIt siwip tTile powdorfili chalkI d ftv sunnliiif or RoaUinjB in hut mill mid iinaiivg are also efllcatii us In removing miMow Health Diet t A bra liii nu1 heditfy diet Is niftilu iip it nlrnr soups jhroiled fish and ga lIbroiled in rtts fivsli fruit nUll ci sp fcrppu egetnllm Pickles boiibc is rLmsmtltv menu map of a girl who ivolml keep i nijivTlin clrar and beni itT ful Avoid hotl W df lute tljphl nd a iili fuilmlfl C TLi only hipniness cap kcop Us young Uluckvpodv ffk jResults of Crossing Geeso In n serhH of oxporlments on crc 55 metiiiOiKnibdcirrTqiilouse iou the ist for both rarly 4mlitl rate markets nil RspccWIIj for the jiroductlon or la ge fur Hie fhrlstmas and Nsw Years tuarkcts They mire lingo ha thy tllll when il C38Ptl proeiit Jit fine ip ttarann Tht EjjibdenV hlte Oil na roijs pkkedj llif ouslest nerp wl ite yhenrdijj pjf 51 lit although suialj re 6ntftlinip7not atfrartivc lappearai ec Ration For Baby Beef Sdine of tUft mostt HLCPiwful teN mrs of jf baby hvuflme hlt get fiom tto Ifteen to ttwentyfive pounds da lyt vith good renlts In n ration consist lug of aliotjt iiiree pounds of eornmal 1fwo pounds of wheatt bran und plejnty of iIf clover hayJ la iKrs tlou the si Inge will add the suet iilence Jbiit f t age Is not uvinll a Hiiantity St roots will gnvvcr t IP same purpose t J E4jj fII wrote you for advice vrites Lelia Hagopti of Sylvia Term about my terrible backache and monthly pains iin my abdomen and shoulders I had suffered this way nine years and five doctors had failed to relieve me Qn your advice I abok Wine pf Cardui which at once relieved my pains and now I am entirely cured I am sure that C rdui saved my life IiI j 4 V It is ti safe and reliable rremedy for all female M diseases such as pen 4 odicaIl pains irregulari I ty dragging down sen sat ions11eadach p1iz etci IIOP CARD0 UIJ I NEW SHORT STORIES Kept His Promise Lord Chancellor Eldoif when thor oughly njoveil ris Capable of genor ous actions Aslord chancellor Ins ec clesiastical patilbnage was large Iln showed Itbcj2jlilfy and humanity in be merUorltous mIergyuzimj One moralng Lord Kldon was sitting in hjfs stiuy ant working hard to en tba huge pile of papers which Ill cumbercil hiS ttleslv Azmw rms1Ueprtjmpted the phI mUll to rise and with a courteous how to ask mire you my dear Iho Kldon replied time blushing m1lclcnli am Bessie Bridge the jlaughterof the vicar ofjVVeobley papa has sent me torcnIud you of promise wuich you maUd him when was a lithe baby and yoit were a gueStt In his house It wits when you were first elected as a membrc qf piyrlia ment for Weobley- A nromisc my dear exclaimed time perplexed chancellor Ycx niy lordml promise You wore standing OWl my cradle und papa 01IPA IIMr SKNT ME TO 1IEMIND IJO UtE said to ypli Mr Scotf jtroihlse me thai Ir ever you we lord chancoflor and my little gIrt is ti poor clergymans wifii yon will give her husband irliv ing You ansivfrFcjl l Mr ifridge my promise tIs not worth half a urown but-t give It to you wishing It were worth VAn are rj litll111t3r remem her the nromrt and admit tile oliliga Uoii e luimcd till chancellor enthu siasiieally Tliwi looking at tub hi- mmnihie added with a sniili lint sure ly flie time fOr kooplng my promise limo not yett arilvwl You cannot be any OMHS wife at present Xi my 1mirtImiIclWermnlhiessieics oIl1l11t1Tbens il living In Icrefordslilro near ntyohl liome that Ims recently fallen Vacant nni jf you will lglvm It to AlfrjMl why then my lord we shall II HiarrUnt Imfore end oljthe year1 lime chancellor rang his bell and qt nctcd lila secretary ty make out rlwntutlon of the living to Bessie AlfndTl tit olil man kissed the young t1awl rent her on her way in love with Lord EWonl and at poace with all II 0 worULtltims The Human Shield Admhpl 4 bwpy iit a rwent dinnor nbmd time bravery of the American tijoops doWng the civil war Both Rides nlslio were lbrave he said nntb and uiub sDhllers and snllojs And tte brnvery of time I1Wi eciu1t was o thing to be seen to be be IITlelet jjfltod stoty about a Cpnurctlcut re crult This young man after be had got Initiated fotnrflt liMMlciilly but In isI antf ertgagnniont he was very ntlOUH U iinepttoirthO h1m ixmmi toulgfflierQlufl time recruit shotijei Itt1l Hoy Mtn dont dickq iim ye iArthur 5ujlivan Rebuked A contribution to Ladys ITome MngiiJtlno contains anecdotes about actow junong them one writier laid from Miss Eva Moore It is a good story coniuKted with her asso elation with Savoy and is well worth repeating One night Sir Arthur Sullivan was anxious to hear how The kiitlQflOlt sounded from the fronl t the Imoimesu he slipped quietly In time hack of the tUcss circle made one of time audience becoinlnif absorbed In tlib fUlI1I I e begHii uiiconschiislyi to hum the melodies when an Irajo gentle mail sitting near him struck In fiercely IPnrdon me Sll Ive coin t lucre to bear Sir Arthur Sqlllvaus mnusiemmptt yours 1 FREE ADVICE Write ua iletier describing all your symptoms uc will send TIMmresaThe Ch1I3nooza Medicine Co Chatta Tcnn JO ftGOO LAWN The Best Way to Prepare the Ground and Sow the Seed A good lawn may be either by laying simi or growing swd If turf is used the liiwn Is soiiietimes ready for use In less time than when seed is used hilt praqlicnlly tne dlffereifce Is very slight Iewjcr lawns are made from turf every year The turf Or soill ubarIand pernicious weeds The former jiinay be got rid of after considerable trouble but the latter rarely ever Sod laid lawns mire nearly always uneven seam and varied In color and texture Their cost too much in excess of seeding the lawn down V lawn produced from a mixture of good new irpclcaned fceds of the finer grasses and clovers is superior in qnal ity and ttexture to time best sod dbtain 11able To obtain time best results from KOAving the ground ihould tue carefully 11dug over not too deep six to eliht s will be ennngh and nicely lev eled oft then sow on broadciist a good fertilizer pounds to the acreS or aMut ten pounds to every lo by 15 1squaro feet Hake this in and roll it or flatten it with the back of a spade then sow seventy pounds of sonio good lawn seed to the acre or one pound to everj 13 by i feet Sow half this quantity walking one way and half walking at right angles to it so as to get even distributlifi Do not sow In windy weather timid be sure to rake the seed Iii and utter sowing roll it well or beat It fiat with the spade Tliosb seeds that iro deeply burled will not germinate and those that arc exposed will bo scorched by the sun blown or washed away or taken Uy time birds Whenever neceswiry to sow- rye4arLIfeIBibleIanimal in thousands in all parts of Cape Iony South Africa and called by the I utch daasje pronounced In Eng imatImany other names such as the coney laman rock badger and rock rabbit It Is fount also in Syria nail is really the coney of the Bible for one of time psalms contains this verse The high tsImiles Ire lout a feeble folk yet make they their Jjmises In the rocks The South Afrlr n ilaasje Is a pretty gray furry creature merry and sufr loving und when taken young makes a charm- Ing pet Amy Sutherland in St vSIch- oliis The Drawback Mile Vlctorine CQiitldes to the jani toms wltt that lieu mtstross who Is old and feeble iris proiriiedi ttp remember lier In heV will If sjie takes good care of iioi till sIll Tho janllorS wife sljrtri lieu ihr uldfrs Ibe worst or tluit K my dear that the better you tk eurior her time yourbUgaPmirist Both Out ard In Needy OmU say old man Ifho iuilliml a dollar for n day Tlnj Other One My dear fel tju dpilair lend fa putUt present and IIve several names down for 1It when It comes liack Harpers Weekly impertinentit1 When 1 wai eosuing homo last hlfihtl said MKiSkcvrtv I saw a man Pkulking along la the shadow Oh hw ran r eonldnf you catch him i u inquired her little brother In OJiVMtiy Cleveland Loader 7The Farm Toot House A good fanner needs good tools good tools deserve a jmod tool house vljleh mruis one with plenty of room tu use tilt tools as well as to keep them handy and afe A large well blocked tool house goes fur to solve the rainy Iay problem If fanner and his man are handy jvlt h tools then will andlufnllhotly may easily become a good enough fiirpiiitor blacksmith painter harness maker and ilmIxmmlertimat Is good enough for fanu emergencies and toy h1uRtplace to use them it nil that precntsI Having numy a dollar Ahieriean Cul ttviStmr rTHE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists In I The Red expelling Colds from the sys ft I Clover BIos tem by gently moving IfJ torn and the bowels A certain Honey Lee relief for croup and Is on evezy whdocirgcoughicough cures constipating t nlniOPlafes tKennedysIM aectt KENNEDYS T ml l LAXATIVE Ott HflNEY I TAIls 4T TP MBQlUtWr o i p pWlTT jS00 OHIOAQO va I Have Withdrawn My List of Farms From this ad yeriisie merit tempo rarily in order that I may revise it and I willin a shor ime announce SSome tot Bargaiiis 1 jii farms and town Propety In the meantime IIIam prep rm jiurchasershomemhlb Correspondence Soliciedf RD LAKE i t i The RealEstate aQd J nsrarice Man rJ Even ourGrandfcrtheRs knew what 7BALLARDS LINIMENTI SNOW will do A CONV1NCINQ PROOF Everyone1ICRE IIBURNSI USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS V L Settle Richmontl Mo 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j f All for e e i i 50 AteS all ordera Is SUNSET KG zIitFlood Building Fadau- I ii t== I The Louisville Daily Herald and time NevesLeader at 2 50 s year is yet he 9he pe8lpr sition for a gOOOil1rh good home weekly 55 Ii