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I t ESIABUSHED I I S IN 1883jjd f t I Aii i iV c i WASHINGTON KENTUCKY j 4 r 1NEW Ir SERIES VOL XIV NO 28 SPRINGFIELD COUNTY YUI sioo PER YEAR ttfFPRACTICAL It DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber I JVntal work reasonable prices Jl1 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of llWashington County 52 miles south east of ezihgion 59 miles from theLouisvUle on Bardstown branch of- iouisvilleand Nashville lailroad in iices a l rmigaDd agricultural district O n Two Banks telegraph and telephone July lines express office flour mills lumber work yaris i6puatioa llOO population of county IS000 tLhe Ben Johnson Bard town Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis ner ature Hon W DCIaYb4oOko in State Senate HobRepresentative KybeIjarrvLanCaster Jebanon ountreCtOy- a was I CIRCUI cOU Tand CircuitCourt begins oii the fourth of Monday in February May and Octo bet L H Thurman Judge k Ii Durham Commonwealth At the i4 Xrney Robt j Nbe ClerkmJd Gi1 Leachman Master Commiss t oner I arm f QUARTERW COURT fore Quarterly Court is held on the thirds Monday in each month BI Litsey JudgerCOUNTY COURT sible 41 the fourthCounty Court m etson Monday in e ich mouth On BItLitseyJUdgeIf WF Booker County Clerk J TSMayes County Attorney s George Catlett JailerJ Sidney Oflbourne Sheriff y SamAndersontDick Ishzin jIerbertEcMcmaii l Deputiet Ed MastrspJames iiisAssessorT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery CoronernJ WBush Snpt of Cbminon Schools P O Springfield a CITY COURT rr All James R toe Police JudgeeJohn GricIMarS11aleL W F Grigsby City Attorneyeait JUSTICE OUItTtbn t Jnatice Courts are held in January J it April July andOctober llect I i ofcnurcb Directory PJMETHODIST CHURCHba Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser f vid 9 on the Pirstaud Third Suudays f in each month at 11 a m and 730 p m SundaySchool every Sunday at 10 ain Prayer meeting every Wednesday aightJ i I IpC THOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessav Pastor Ser as J Vices very Sunday at 8 and lOwclocfc co r aim Services at St Rose same hours i l PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev R E C Lawson Pastor t Preachlng every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school every It Sunday at 10 am Prayer meetin bvery Thursday evening at 7 i BAPTIST CHURCH KRev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 amV j and 745 ptm Sunday School ryI Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening at t45 oclock 4 CHRISTIAN CHURCH ReVi W F Rogers Pastor Ser vices first and fourth Sunday Sunday a at930am = V Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge iNo 50 meets first and third Mouday eieach month i Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council No 32 meets very fourth Monday BNIGHTS of TUB MACAaBHS MeetIJ f i FOLEY S1- HONEYAND TAR The original LAXATIVE cough remedyy JVor coughs colds throat and lung troubles No opiates Nonalcoholic Good 1 everybody Sold everywhere THe genuine TOLEVS HONEY and TAR is aYeUowpackageRefusesubstitutearepared fGI8yl Company Chicago Sold by Red Cross DruJ fcStroa w r c w q iTID NEWSLI3DEkCL co I the J ACCIDENT the as Befalls one of the Sisters at St Catherines Hand Crush doffji li Laundry IVJa id lff chine at day A distrssingaccident Whi li- GostSlsterMAry Valina one of oldest sisters at St Gather her left haud and occured last Thursday afternoon Dt 4th The siser was at Due in the llaundry and the machine which is used in ironIngD bloth s had just been started Sister Mary Valina Ins me man caught her hand in the U Otpowerfulwas slowly drawn into the watching his machinery in- nadjoiingroom heard a scream alsoknew from the action the machin ry that some thing was Wrong apd promptly threV the belts which stopped machines He found theCa unfortunate sister caught in the achine and after some difficulty Due succeeded In extricating her Her hand and part of her arm was literally crushed to pulp Sister May Valina showed wcoderful bravery and- erdred all the assistance pos to her rescuers Sheeven wanted the surgeons to operateS her without administering an anesthetic Dr RoBards as Due iste4 by Dx s Lamptqn and Due Hyatjt umputaied the arm Due halfway between the wrist and thefatitnt was doing as well as ouldbe expected Sistei Valina past 63 years of age and has been connected with the insti tution for ii long time She is a ative of Washington countyar findi or tomachtroubles are quickly reo talk jdinga lit after meal Kodol goes directly to- Iieseatof the trouble strengthens i digestive organs supplies tiL- eatdral digestive juices and digests what you eat It is a simple clean pure harmless remedy Dont neg your stomach Take a little Kodol after eacd meal and see how gOOdiCiuakes youffleel Muneytf if it fails Sold by the R c d Cross Drug Store lK Important alTobaccowelllas Ohio and other tobac growing districts in the United States will be greatly i interested in a ruling made re cently by Commissioner John Capers who succeeded John W Yerkes formerly of Danville is in regard to the saTe of leaff tobacco The CommIssioner- k says lIt i held that a farmer a may sell his tobaccoof his own growth or that which he recei j from His tenants as rent f r rand without restriction as to the quality Qrthe busjness oftt the person to whom it is sold or delivered This privilege is one which the farmers can not del egate to ano her person Whore growersells his crop before it is severed from the land th- elT purchaser ISIlot privilegedl toI resell it to consumers payment of the tax A farmer may place his tobacco wjth a qualitisd dealer to be soli by bim on commission and such dealer must sell the tobacco 011only to other qualified irleaiers manufacturerers or exporters lor arrangement made by a irmer or number cf farmers with another person to sell and deliver their tobacco while tiav ling iron place to place would be in violation of the law AlL agent mjay travel and solicit orders for the sale otleaf tobacco raided by another person but he may oot deliver the to1 bacco ot commission All tobacco sold by an agent for they ffirmer wYin raised the fnVtannn IpUSt be delivered by Ihe farmer and not by the agent directly to the purchaser and a farmer must sell his tobacco in the condition theleafarm aid can pot stem twist plait roll Sweeten or oherwise minipulte i for sale to con i iU jumers The producers of leaf the tobacco are not required ttq pack leaf that is sold in hogsleads- t pany cases or bales butmay se r it in hand oiv in suchi other state ness they may desire in its natural cash conditions Th0 j f QUARTERLY REPORT old CF THE ons Peoples DepOiitBatl iits SPRINGFIELD KY the cl se of business on the 29th I of 190i RESOURCES llocal Loans and Discounts 2412898tC Overdrafts sec redtL 4 j40Overdrafts uns cured foo from State the beDueCompanies 00 2146531 Banking House andLot 5000t COOtherMortgages r 1050000 at S Bonds 00ma Stocks and Bonds 00 ie 407082 J Currency 7T28iOO 1199882 withi for Clearings 00 Itemscarrieda casK 00 00 Current expenses lastquarI deter 00 llocalTotal S29488133 LIABILITIES S P StOck paid in inIcash 000000 Surplus 2100000 The Undivided J Profits 132005 depositors as foUowswaDeposits subject to check t10- on which interest is notfpaid 15912884 Deposits subject to chejck J on which interest is paid OI Demand certificates of de posit onfwhich interest Is STimeit on which interest is paid j 4G0US4 21510008 Ueposits on which IIinterest is paid 00 Certified Checks 00 National Banks 1 00 State Banks flanker 00 Trust Companies 00 Cashiers Checks outstanding 00a rediscounted 700000 Unpaid dividends L 00 a Taxes dne and unpaid 00 t Capital Stock not paid 00his Total S294881XI a llast Highest amount of indebtedness of stockholder person company or ar rm n luding in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individtial members thereof directly fast indirectly if such 1ndehtednssp l exceeds 20 per cent of actually paid in and actual amount was othe surplus of the hank 00ldIitemHighest amount of indebtedness of any director or oHicer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent paidup capital stock of bank ed How is same secured 00 llveDoes amount of indebtedness of jin i company or firm including ihm pThebers thereof exceed per cent of rn paidup capitall and actual surplus His six If so state amountof Such indebtedness 0- 0Aiount lastdividendl 250000 Were all expenses losses Interest taxes deducted therefrom before N dividend and was not lessbthan ten per cent of net profits of bank for the period cover d ly the and dividend carried to the surplus fund j lieforeYes II 01I4 iin County of Vashington ilJ A Boulware Ctshier of Peoples Deposit Bank a lianklocated on Main the foregoing report is in all respects true statement of the condition of thesaid Bank at tliec1qe of business e JbestI further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at tb cation named and not elsewheretand that the above report is made in com otticial notice received ri 1from1 a J A BOULWARE CaShier Subscribed andsworn to before nje by A Boulware Cashier the 1st day July 1907 M MoCHOKD N P ItCUAS Washington Co Ivy Commission expires January 8 1910 G L HAYDON G D ROBEIIlSON II H THOMPSON There is case of indigestion no matte how irritable or howTbbstinate that will not be speedily relieved by the use of Kodol The main factor in curing the stomach of aijy dig order is rest dud the ouly way to get rest is to actually digest the food for the stomach itself KodcJ will do iti It is a scientific preparation of vegtable acids containing tho verv Pame juices found in a healthy stomach It codforms to tbe food and drug law Sold by the lJUreI Cross Drug Store Sue Telephone C mpanJIi r The Lebanon Gicery Com1 1I pany through its Attorney John McChord filed a suit in the Marion Circuit Court yesterday dforning against tne Lebanon Louisville Lexington Tele PL fone Grocery Company is thAtit applied to the Telephone ComI for the installment of a ephone at its place of bui and tenneren the Company in advance for the service Telephone Company reused to install the phone at any price under present eoridifa TheGiocery Company ip suit asks for mandatory instructions requiring the Tale phone Company to install the telephone and also asks rOI 2000 damages X Recently Mr Edwards the maliager for the Telephone ompany applied to Jhe City Council for a franchise which Council refused to grant on grounds that there existed the Telephone Company and the city of Lebanon a iin which the former certain specified rates after consideration agree to furnish the citizens of Lebanon certain telea specified phone setvice The Telephone complained that under this contract it was losing money daily and instructed its manager to put jin no new- honesunder the present con itions and this order the local manager has strictly obeyed Outcome of tlhsuit will ibe with interest Lejba Enterprise MEXICAN WARVETERAN Deathof Edward Kendrick Smitha Veteran of the Mexi IIIMrEdw ird Kendrick Smith veteran of the Mexican whrC offheonin I iw Mr Ned Hagau sl ort dist nee below town on Saturc ay morning 1Ji- seah was very sudden He e as ui ual on last Saturday rooming anti ate a light b alI and shortly aifterwarclst com lai led of being 111A doctor sept for but before he ar dthe old gentleman was ea Mr Smith although HI yeasf age was an unusually active nan jane rarely complain MJ eing sick He served a in the var against Mexico tliei year 18401 and drew a enskn of twenty dollars a outhattlie time of his death wife has been dead about months and they had two daughters on j of whom Mrs Hillary D wlmg survives The other aughter was MiSs- ed Hagan Mr Smith was and reared in this county lived the greater pltrt of his fe in the Sose neighborhood He was always an hon rable and upright man and fair his dealings with his fellow man The funeral tooi pla e from the Catholic fcliurch morning onr HELD OVER 4 The Two Hoboes Arrested Last Week For Stealing Plead Guilty and1 Waive Exami nation Jack Rearddn and Lon Thorn bury the tramp umbrella menders who were arrested last week and put in jail for stealing hand satchel containing money andI some valuable papers from the home of Mrs Lula Wycoff were brought out for examining trial before Judge Noe last Friday As was related in last weeks NevtfsLeader the men were accused of purloining from the residence of Mrs Lula Wycoff a ladys hand satchel containing about 1250 in mona and bank stock and notes to the value of about 800 About i2 50 in change was fund oft the person of one of the men wjben arrested and later on ai small change- pocket book was fo nd on the road where it had been cast aside A ten dollar bill and the satchel with its notes and securities was missing until Wednes day evening after the robbery when a colored man who was at work near the place reported tc Marshall John Grace that he had found the hand satchel with itt valuable papers beside a little spring ort Mr ES Mayes Jrs place on the Perryville road at a point at which the men had been seen to stop All of tjae missing Pop rty had tlius been found wi h the exception of the ten dollar bill Marshal John Grace who had done good work on the case was determined to make aqlearcase of it if possible and just before the prisoners vere brought out for trial Thorntary handtd the officer the ten dollar bill with the remark that they iinter ded to plead guilty He had kepi the money concealed about his person althqugh he had been searched The cs urL appointed Messrs W 0 McChord and W F Neikirk to defend the prison ers They waived examination and were held over to await the action of the October grand jury They are in jail in default of 250 ban l A prompt pleasant good remady for coughs and colds is Keunedys Lax ative Cough Syrup It is especially recommended for babies and children but good for every member of the family It contains no opiates and does not constipate Contains honey and tar andi tasts nearly as good as me pie syrnp Children like it Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Contest Between States The supremacy of the Ken tucky girl has been challenged Secret ry R E Hughes of the Kentucky State Fair has received a letter from Cdinmis ITHECELEBRTFD Il BoDgMon Busies I1 w 1Strictly High GradeIII IThis iis one of the best high grade buggies on the market I also handle the Troy anotherhigh class vehicles rYYoung Jtos Boggles and Rnnttonts Gallon me before buying a buggy and satisfy yourself as I tb quality and price John Lily Barber Sucessor lo Haydon Barber I riiT Lfiii1 rJ I 1 sioner J C Coder of Oregon in which he tries to make ar rangements for a drill and vocal contest between forty of the best looking young women of Oregon and an equal number of the I pretty girls of Kentucky atcthe Kentucky State Fair in Louis yille September 1621 The oIwhat they have atready termed a rriumpbalToulurheir ultimate destination is the to Jamestown Expqsition En route to and from Norfolk they want to stop at Louisville and give an exhibition of their graceful ness as a drill corps and a dis j play of their vocal ability Coramissibner Cooper suggested that Presidentj Rooseveltbe asked to name a commission of three td pass upon the merits of the Kentucky girls and thebre gon girls Any community m Kentucky which has some young ladjesl who desire to enter into this iin contest will confer a favor upon Secretary Hughes by corre pon Jinj with him at once KnartaliB Rew That true is stranger than tin has once more been I emonstraled in the little town of Fedora Ten n tile residtnce ofC V Pepper Be writes I was in bed entirely disabled with lit inmorrhnges of the lungs tnd throat Doctors failed U aelp ine and all hope had fled when 1 began taking Or Kings New Discovery Ifhen instan relief came The coughing soon eased ths bleeding diminished apidy and in three weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds 50c mil at Haydon Robertsons irug st re Trialbottlefres DIED AT BARDSTOWN Thomas P Smitha Wealthy BusinessMan Who Had Interests in Spring ffield Mr Thomas P Smith of Rardstown died athis home at that place on last Thursday night of appbplexy He was sixty three years of age and had only been sick a short time He was president ot the Peoples Bank of Bard stovvn and one of the wealthiest and most promi nent residents of Nelson county Mr Smith was formerly a stock trader but for the past ten or tifteen years had been a banker Five chiluren survive two of them small Three of the daughters are Mrs Barlow wife of Smith Barlow a wellknown lawyer of Bardstown Mrs Miller wife of Mack Miller a farmer of Nelson county and Mrs Claybrooke wife Joseph Claybrooke a merchant at Springfield Mr Smith was a stockholder and Vice President of the mer chantile firm of Robertson Clay brooke Co of this rrtl ce The funeral took place at Bardstown on Saturday 1TMW Dollaiss worth of Good t I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder taouble for years passing gravel or stones with excruciaTIng pain1 says A ff Thurnes a well coal operator of Buffalq O hI got relief from medicine jjntil I begin taking FoltYs Kidney Cure then the result was surprising A few doses itnrted the brickdost like substance end now I have no pain cross my kidipys and I feel like a new man It has doiiB me 1000 worth of good Foleys lKidney Cure wit cure cvery forum of kiouey or bladkea disease SohJ t the Ited Cross Irug Store Lebanon Locals Fjrom the Falcon Mr Li57on Phillips and Miss Mabol Williams were married at the home of toe bride Saturday evening at LaGrange The groom is the youngest son of Mr and Mrs Joe C Phillips of nearLebanon and has many friends to wish him and his bride much happiness He hasrr a position with tbje Norman Ljumber Co of Louisville Mrs1l Emma Mudd We of Mr Robert Mudd died at her home in Louisville Sunday The remains were brought to her old- hq1ie at Ray wick where the funeral was held Wednesday apd thq remains were laid to rest in S1UUlttttISI SUBS RI7JO 11 1O14t4RII 1907JTRUSTY Exmachine Bithe theBan CcFund SUPPLEENPARYd n1r tire 1I1 and was a most estimable lady Besides her husband she is sur viv d by a young son t The musical given at the Baptist church Tuesday eVE1uingit being the twentyninth janniver saryof its tide pipe orin wd of the most enjoyable affairs oft the kind ever given in ihi city The church was crowded its utmost with afine audience and everyone went away express ing themselves as highly enter tained For this most successful event much freditis due organ- 1st McHerrry McChord who put much energy and his ivoriderf talent into the program to make the occasion such a charming onerTtprc Ard FLW pfiople who know how to take care of theraselve tOe majority do not The liver is a most important organ the body Heroine will keop it in jin condition V C Simpkins Albab Texas vritcshIhaveused Herbine for chill aed fever and find it the best medicine lever used I would not Ti without it Ithasi for children 1asimend LaGrlppet Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store A Bad AgeI Birmingham AgeHerald This is the age of megaphones 8 Of loud bazoos and strident tones When many a man as soon as born Bngiris to toot upon his horn And never ceases fellingiks- To boost himself until he dies- Thisis the age of phonographa And phony peop1es autographS When persons who can throw abluff Are pretty apt to get the stuff And live in semiroyal state Conceded as among the great This is the age of dogeatdog Tile faker and the endseathog Of bloody internecine strife Divorces and the double life iiiIhisThis is an age thats to the bad We are prepared to furnish en graved visiting cards reception and wedding invitations etc in he latest styles A full line oc samples can be seen at the he N wsLeader office Made Big Fortune i The Louisville Times says thai Hon P Watt Hardin is accumu lating a yast fortune from Georgia gold mine For several years past the eminent lawyer naebad disappeared from Ken tucky discussion and his friends a wondered at his silence He is coming back td Harfodsburg bis old home in aboufc a week on a visit It is understood that former VicePresident Stephenson whose daughter a son of Watt Hardin married is inter ested in thegold mine Mr Hardin is making his headquar ters at Gainsville Ga For th- Campalgil Kentucky elects a full State ticket this fall audi the campaign and election will be strenuous You cannot keep posted unless you reada Democratic paper thit prints THEURWS withopt fear or favor The Louisville TTTTVPSTlllllvjiO Does This We h vide spe ial1imited arrangement wbiereby we can sendi by mailThe Tjmeik FIVE MONTHS Jhe NewsLeader 12 MONTHS ForiI Only 235 r Send your order for the coeas bin trQlto THIS PAIR 00 to The LouiivilU Til AT LOnie as the offer will poMtirtly e withdrawn SEPTEMBER 1 Tim GLORIOUS I J pFOURTH Was Celebrated by Some Good Horse Racing and Other Amusements 1 at theFair Grounds A crowd of about 1500 people gathered at the Springfield Pair Grounds on the Fourth to njoy some good horse rariug and other amusements The affaIr was undar the management of Mr L D Baker the well known local horseman and everyone who attended was well pleased with the afternooa1 entertain ment The principal event on the racing programwas a trotting race half mile heats best three fiVe for a purso of 150 This ght out three contenders Peter Pan owned by Dr J B BioBarda Black Jack owned JIL D Baker and a horse owned driven by Mr Robert Bur of Marion county The race was exciting and some fast time was made the fastest beinjg the first heat which was woo by Peter Pan in 107 for the half mile Burtons horse won the cond heat but Peter Pan easily captured hej two succeeding hjiats and r ihe race The second nice had two entries It a so was half mile heats but the bet two in three heats Dr Crosbys horse captured the first two heats and the raqe gainst Dr RoBards Sister ImeldaJThe plug running race was won by Walter Jaies horse ridden by Louis Kelley dt ers thatCCas ran were a mare owned by Joe Wheafley which finished second and a marfe owned by Byron Croake I wThe fie trace 100 yards best two in th ee excited a good deal interes Although there were jnlttwo contestants the boys wereF so evenly mathd as to make the contest interesting Joe Hundley a Lebanon boy won the first heat by a small margin against his opponent Barry Shultz of this place Shultz however won the two succeeding heats and the race The races were attended by some of the bast people 6f the town and county as well as quite number from the neighboring counties and to judge from the enthusiasm i shown there is evidently an indication of a revival of interest in trottinfl horse racing which was so popular in this section a few years ago Lost Pistol JI the gentleman who took care 6f the revolver which was used to start the foot race at the Fair Grounds on the Fourth of July will please let ne know where to find same 1 will be thankfulLD Baker Grain Cradles a 11I have on hand plentyof grai1 cradles made of the best nituial growth timber At the fame pld stend W H Bond- Springfield Ky Bert Barber of Elton WIs aayf I have only taken four docesof your Kidney and Bfaader P1llsa1kl they have done fJre ore than allY other medlciiie has every doae Iai stHl tafeingf ine piljsas I want a perfect cure Mr Bar b r refers to DeWitt a Kidney BdBladd r Plllt which are uneqnaledl for backache weak kid neys InflamtaatloH of thebiaddw a ad all urinary troulilec A weeks treatment for oSoJd by the I Red Urosa Drwgitore ToMammotli Cave r Washiugkw wl Ntlaon boon tys exctfrsiom to MapBoih onye July 18th Tfaro ch coch oa regular jjwrniaf train 17251 h roand ripfrow all tioMOI1 BardaowR brch Thwaoiitw- il1pS th railroad fare also board at eootell awl Wng roat trip tbcsve Bct ne and music oa XelMiirtTt to eo elude wiji a fnu d dUftpUkj of fire works lldkratt utiiki to t aysSeeL 4 N fcieket agent and IATH bills niwur p c scc rmITt= r J Ti IT IIiiiT I THE NEWSLEADER F I1PUBLLSHED EVERY THURSDAY J A YEAR IN ADVANOES J I rfINGFIELD KYri jJAV SON JroTibc ator7bP ines iiotIcpio couti pel 1i achs ibsequent insertion j Cal son candidates and political matt Jot work is done at low rates butcasb i H1d xtdeliHJ3 tr6An artIng ontraots made on 1tbcras rmoObituaries and resolutions of respec- tstzt perlineSOtNri JNT8Ii uonnty M gbtratesH f 250 lr 10 4stHtOfflcesJ THURSDAY JULY 111907 C ANNOUNCEMENT 1 1 We are jauthorize to announce JI i Rogers Gore of Springfield acan i djatefor State Senator from the Fif iteenth Senatorial District composed t to rarin Washington and Taylor i counties subject to the action of the Democratic party Louisyille was vistied Tuesday c evening by a terifie wmcTst6ijmt t f which resulted iu a properli- jossol 800000 the death bl Jone man and the injury of number f other persons Rec fl ord breaking velocity of sixty t lr eigbtmiles an hour was tt i lejv f by the wind Many Dusiness Phouses unroofed and stocks t bdly damaged Unprecedentedt number of horses killed by live wires caused by trpjlevs br ak ing under the weight of falling trees EnormouS number of trees all oyer the city uprooted loss inparks and public squares Irom this patise cannot be esti inated Car line all oyer the a city jaed up byV blockade of track by trees and water Telephone seryice in some sections put completely out of comroissi- olKa 4j Transportation to Indiana S cut tfand 000 residents fI I New Albany walk K and Jtt r bridge id get home Storm i f confinediprincipally to west and I 5centrall sections though it was felt all over the ciy I Night riders whp appear to be determined to wage war against all farmers who refuse to joiiis their tObacco association i tinue to commIt outrages conI i S l a out Hopkinsville A 1 oni that place tells of the burn f jug of 100 bushels ot wheat be o longing to R Di Fort a ji omit s 3neat farmer The dispatch says 1Mt Eortijs not a member of IZi the Tobacco Growers Assocla t1OnanJfire bugs had cleared small spiace and written in dUIii warning that unless he jjoined the association he would suffer furtherloss About quarter ofjI an acre of tobacco which hadi 1 J been set but for some days and ttS was growing nicely was pulledI Iiff presumably by the same bard Threshermen of tint neighbor t1 hood have been repeatedly 1 warned that they must not thresh r I wheat of non association farmers Some have heeded thq warning while others have nol The special term of Elioti Circuit Court tO try Judgo Hal gis and others charged with the murder of Dr B D Cox wa convened at Sandy Hook wit Special Judge W B Mood presiding Judge Moody aye ri ruled a motion of Common 4wealths AttorneyWaugh for a t continuance becaueZf the ah q sebce of witnesses nls unde teSCommonwealth wjlfc present a t petilion tar a change ot venue on account of Uie i inaccessibiliiyl p1 SaudL Hook fJ Jesuit has been has been fled jF at Brandenburg by Gus Eichafdson for 15000 dRwages rl alleisf slander against A J Thompson his brother in law They are both candidates for taI iJation lor Rfpreaentatve S4 JutH Democratic primary to be r jhtld next mont D fi 1t iL I f the Republicans of Louis villej 0id l iibaedec1ined to fuse any t nibre with their Fusion Demo i Sciatio friends and purpose to f h4 monthJfHioTo noinlcate straight Re 1 publican ticket for all city and county offices Nicholas vtire is puttingon the nday lid with a vengeance No ice meat or 01 hjer necessa es were sbIdiidtbe electrijc light plant was shut down with ut warning to the people lear ing many homes fn darkness He Trren The Slier I hive fired the waIklugV ticklfve carried over 40 years n account of a pore that reis devrkiitd of treatment until tried Bucklers Arnica Salver that has healed the sore apd made mea happy man writes John Barrett of North Mills N Guaranteed for Piles Burins etc by Hay don Robertsbn druggists 25c VaLleyFiiII- Miss Beatifice Foster of Lou isville spent the Fourthvwith Misses Louise und Thalma Ta tum Mr Joe Shelby went to Beu inpectLerseyhogsMrs rR C Spradling has re ufned home after an extended visit to relatives at Rotky Hill Hard in county Mrs Ellie Borders visited relatives in Springfield lat yepk Francis Settle whb has been visiting at the home of her aunt here for seyeral we Irs hasre turned to tier home at Maud Many from this place attended the races at Springfield the 4th Mrs J K Hays and sister Miss Blanche Bonta of Mt Zion passed through thjs section Springfieldthe races Messrs Herbert Urume and Will Hunter of Chaplin were in our village Thursday Miss Pearll Goatlevis teaching music class at this place The fafant child of Mr and Mrs F1 M Strange is some better after several weeks se ious illness Rev R E C Lawson of pringfield made several calls here last Monday Misesusieand BerthaEdger viste1jrWe wjll soon have a new xrhurch if the citizens of this section wilfenly push the move However we will have services att the schoOlhouse as usual the church can be built untilI Vyillmms will preach h re on Sunday 21st nst and Rev H E OJ Lawson will preach to th ame congregation on the first Sunday in August Miss piJpUJarmonths term of school here on last Monday Owing to thf working season and hot weather hahownurge he patrons to avail themselves of theopportuuity and send ttieir children i Stock Items Mr John Tacit r of Fredef ickslo vn delivered l38 nice lambs to Case Fitzgerald 5thUseII a car load of lambs to StewardII iridayM 1Yif run spasmodic colic H H Tatum Id auice toICot Saturday = p t t 81 1PASp S GREENG t 1II I Bug Brand I I The Kind That Kills I Hadonj Robertsons I CORNER DRUG STORES S e- 1 rSrIIshipledfrom10th lUst 10 Born to the wife of Mr Jbnn Janes on tbe6lh inst a ID pound girl Mother and babs are do g ing nicety and papa is wear s lUg the smile that wont rub off Sunday school will begin at 230 hereafter Vied preachiug toIS fqllow at330 p m Pifease bear in mind and be on hands prompt ly as delays are dangerous Qo not forget yOur penniesaiiu stray dollars all of wuich go to muke a success out of almost a faiiire Bring them with you and lend a helping hand that we may iri the near future have a new chijrch UNplI DeafnESS Caillio1bb Gnrcd by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure cleat ness and that is by constitutional ramedieSi Deafness is caused by ll a inflamed condition of the mucuo lining of the Rustschian Tube Whenkj this tube is inflamed you have a rambling sound of invpenfect hearing f and when it lis entirely closed Deal ne8 is the result and nnless tbe in llauiatiou can ber taken out and lifts tube restored to its normal l condition lhearing will be distroyed foreer nine cases out of ten ate caused biJ Catarrlr which is nottiinff hUt an in flamed condition of tho uiucotiti rur faces We wlIJ give One HuMdred Dollars for any 4seof deafness caWed jy Catarrh hatr canuot be cured by Hall J Cal arrh Cure Send for circu tars freeI 1J Cheney Cu IV ledo 0 Told by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family piile fer Con sipatiozi MOQlSVlljJE ieWheat threBhng w lopen up this week Mr Warren Pile an llfamily visitedi hand MK Jeff Smith 11fheHto hear Bro BeNijzht preaqh Ja t Sunday moriiink and bight at New Hope Baptist church Farmers are very busy withj their corn and tbaccoI Maji Truax of Spnngtield 1 iu our midst Jast MondayIt We were over 10 Bdidstown last Monday it being countyr court d 4ty thre was a smalllatcrowd in attendance but few stock on the markets We meL iSI1eJ1tlHi and we could rot jtalizn that Loud friend Jack ViltnSu = Glow Ready For Business The Lebanon Wholesale Groceryc Co And Manufacturers Agents Lebanon Kyy schcus a chance it your husiniss We claim iwe flS nettlinourh5inc say cannot they yletus see if we can ome just for a moment and fourIop5sxii le is asking or rather fmakintf you pay a 3f freIght rte to Sprin ilulijl It that trdeV mean an average rate Let us fig fnow just a little Let its take only 1500 pounds of Ireijrhtto lay downi at Snrinii r Held vfill cost you how many dollars arid cents Jjet ilk fsIIiILHtIl What is it we otter to you i1600 pounds from us at a 8c rate average amounts to not t8f1lJut 7rr a dillerence of S40o on pounds fIbmuiy smh shipments of this kind wilj you have in 12l months luihi CartherY12 months that you lose outright too sinall air ounls to male claims tor Vliv nut Ittkis save you at least what you are puingfurh11m yuu at all iiirus Ont lIuw1illldaninofsUUllrday that yoilllnd ytu are out Yes if you will Phone the LEBANON GROCERY CO we guarantee that infrontt Immediate use Qrop us a card on the moriilntf mail at acost of one cent and see if we will make jrood our promise A trial will prove We ask np mare 1 w9crsave You Money r wm You Giye Usa Chance II 1 THE LEBANON GROCERY to I L INpORl ORATED I TU rboJ iiiil p r ore To his family we extend ur sympathy f We attended an putingi on the BIg Beech near Mr HaUl She ham July 4th lVe all had a ool Hme but caught only a m llnnmber of fish howeve thegood housewives had pre paired chiciken coffee ham and other things iri pro portion Vehope to enjoy more outings at the same place t und with the sauu peoplp Miss Na9cy Ellis spent last Sunday Vith Miss Qra CarnygWp bqlieye all county news papers OUght to unite and stop subscriptions jifter one year in fact payable in advance wouldibatter foi both publisher dont you think so TM MOlC Noo 3 Number three ijt wonderfu mascot for Gieo H Parris oft C dar Grove Me according to letter which reads After Buffering much with liver and idney trouble mid becoming greatly discouraged by the fail ire to find relief I tried Electric Bitters and us a result Tarn a well man today The first bottle relieved and three bottles ccm pleted the cure Guaraneed tl beston earth for stomach liver and kidneyi It roubles by Hn don Robortson druggists SOc +JJi bur i Mrs Lf vM nkins inhd Chil dren Mrs ScrugKS andchilc rca of Ind are visiting rela ves here A L Litaevt was hare Mo 1dllr buying lamb Several from hero atte tied the bqt zing Sunday moraing ontIle creek nenr Mr Scot There were twenty two bnptied Mt Sutherland andt ife of Antlerson county visitef1 their son Mr John Sutherland lastt week LfpisT71arlf and fuiftilv spent Sunday with their mother Mis Hughes Mrs A H Wells and daughter spent Thurs day with Mrs ML V Crouch Mr Will Shirley and vrfe visited friends in fiarrodsburg last week J F Reynolds and wife spending a few days with areI this p ace HamfV biotbCI wSee thAt her baby la proprr fpu cnrtd for te cc thiaa nood ivatyedj s n c oar J Many babie suffere trwir worms and their mother don t k witif your baby is feverish and oeeni sleep at night it is tronbhd wijh wormer Whites Oream Ve r mifuge will cleun put these worn in d iniid pleasant way Qne tried way s uked Give ia trial Prife j Sld bYr tlje Red cross Dn Store Z 1SG usvllI Ilfw farinrs of this vicimty are ry JUStat tills liAio liarvoKtiti thvir ffmss theISi Ides lay lew the waving grass ori the meadow Held Nature almost seems to smile as her sturdy soils farmer boys forth at morning with goesI cheery whistle and song to perhap51Iof the lark soaring upward into the slcy Mrs Calhorinol Clark vjsitod the honieof John Niqholson lts week Misfji Klhel Carey or Polin1Cr was tlia pleasant guest jf AHns Sallie jlv HendVen several1 days lllast vetjlcr555 Rev A S rnmersaiYd sot tl S Summers formerly of this county hut who now reside at Georgetown closed a very suc cessful series of meetings aC at Rockbridge ojn last Sunday The meeting lasting through a period of three weeks There has not been in years such a mamftsation of time spirit of God as prevailed during the en tire meeting Bro H S Som mera who isooly a youni man of 20 years did the preaching assisted by his father but the word of God was never sounded more forcibly arid earnest tha this which came from the dee recesses of the yon brothers I heart The result was that 2 souls were added to Gods king 3 dom Bro E A Sommers who Las been pastor of tbe church for the past three years and who has been closely related to the cljurch for the pa tsix years hjis held revival meetings with Rev R Sales doc finding that hjs labor was needed In different utlds tendered his resignation to the fcnurch We regret very tt uch to give Bro Sommersf up aiihe bus been aIt faithful and eficient pastor and thatas a good sliepherd of the people He leaves them on a very firm basis for the upward movement ofi jdhristiariity at what is known- a old Rockbridge During his IIIaBaptism and 50 by restoration and letter and tt ides this heI has encouraged the breather to do much iu the way of improve meiton the church pi o e y the lunurch has ext ndea a boll fer tbe younu brother H b Sunk fliers wbiilH he will have under consideration until toe 3d Sat urday of this month when he Mil give a final aiswer MiitJetoe AFurtiluale Texan Mr K W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas Terr says In thQ past year 1 have becomo acquaHJled witli L r Kings New Life Pills audno laxative leve before tried sp effectually dis poses of malaria and bilious nessrJhey dont grind nor ripe 25c it Haydon Rob ertsons drug store SPANKED HIS MOTHERINLAW Bars 1DislodgedUooause his motherinlaw sasscd him Tunics Henry Young the captain of h Hudson river barge sp iked hero hard that he jarred twr of her teeth out and now lie s n prisoner chargid with assault YOHUJ and his wife live at 274 East Onp Hundred and Thirtyfourth street New York city He isiii charge o one of tile big railroad heats of the New York New Hiivcn mid Hartford Rail road company and when he gets through with ills work ftnd goes home expects to find hit wife tthere After a particularly hard day Young went home lldlllStCtHI4f being wel J HE ITT ULB ACBOSS ills KNEE Cowed by his wife found the kev un der the doormat He let himself In the lonesome flat and not rinding the expected hot supper had to go to the refrigerator and cheer up on cold pota toes macaroni cud otbtr things After Young lied fed the cat and was closing up the house for the night his vlfe cameln and told him she bad been up to her mothers llm gins UI there myself Young announced find he went Mrs 3Iary A Lyiniiuts his wifes mother and Young asked her why she persisted in Keeping her daughter his wife Sway froip her home yinnuDont sass me Young says he wacnwl his motherinlaw IlLdo lva please Young says Mrs Lyrann returned and theii fol loweil a scissors onvohiation Mrs Lyman wn telling Yt ing ex nctly what she tlidiivht or barge cap tains In giuural ami him piirticular When ho riaVhwl 4IV4tr Mini pltkintr tier up put her across his kn e ami spank tier Tliit pinkttig wits a good i1iiLhEfle liou ten YOIUIJ admita Mrs Lyman sny UiKicked two of lusiststhoyot J Satinj5h hotter Only b t grades of dairy salt beIn very mildly saltoil butter Is 151whCrl The stilt may lie Hprluklod or while It Lyet In the churn thOU revolve the churn a few times till thin butter Impartially en t u nil and allow lit to stand if eomisemihimJ fur tini hour t l1Iotd1ud ItniMli 111 lug elthpr by revolving Iithp churn taking itpnt Itiilletln fiidiaua Stu lion t rFist FertIlizers For Fruit ftrtlHzelsMlof fruits Iu nearly ease when evor tIw pcrcoittaKo of this element has been ralscnl the than e has been nccompniiletl by an Increase of sugar and ntlocrottisfi of aold Other thlifgs being equal tho fruit with the largest percentHge of sugar will bring the Ii1gliet price In addition Jess dealt utile u tptubhier to netPlLanEd 1ttn That life Insurance agent flnallj succeeded hi getting you to take a poi ilcydidbe nYe blsPbu lrcs8 tras tlfat when he tackled rao Tor nry prlicitl n I hrdat tic face tc eland bias otf CbIclso Tribune iiou Good uTheI T I am the Agent here fcr the i II- II j Engines any sizeyou want Also the New I Purhps Steam and Gasoline and everythingIi ri eIPlow Points Ground and Made as I O LLAND SEEtMarks Greens Plaining Mi1Iand see my zarrqle I tablished machine shop anc atn prepared to do all khidz I GASOLENE and STEAM ENGINE Worka Specialty Terms cash when work in completed N G M L I aSThe Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There isa disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decei 3 It 14 J tive deaths JIany are sudden caused 3j by it heart dis- easer Jtieuiuonia f heart failure or apoplexy are often I the result of kid r ney disease It 5kidney trouble is allowed to advance P thekidneyjxison r ed blood will at tack the vital orgdns causing catarrh of the bladder or tile kidneys themselves break down and vtaste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangemeSit the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper of the If feeling treatment kidneys you are hadlyou can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the jitscalding pain in passing it aiftl over conies that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through tire day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the ex raordillaryI effect of SwampRojot is It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of ihe most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to lake nail is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You irfay have a sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kill mer Co ftinghanitpn N Y When writing mention residing this generous offer in this paper Dont make aiiy mistake but reinenilier the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address JBinghain ton N You every bottle FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Spanish Baked Bean One uaart ot white beans parboiled a quart of strained tomatoes an onloii chopped fine a tablespoonful of sugar a quarter of a teaspoonful of mustard fl sprinkle of red pepper two or three small slices of salt pork Salt to taste Add u level teaspoonful of baking soda to water In which the beans are being parboiled More or less red pep1 tier may be used as desired and in plac of salt pork tablespoonful 01 butter may be substitued If sail pork is used parboil and cut into smali squares mix all in bticg pan and bake in oven tWt ours or until beaus are tender Removing Paint Stains Here Is a bigbl recommended prep ration for removing paint staius have thinly four ounces of castile ioap and add one quart of boiling wa- tert When tfce liquid is cold put in four ounces of ammonia two of alcohol two of etber find tiro of glycerin ndd four quarts of weter mix thor oughly and bottle corking tightly This ivilf keep a long time When using di lute the liquid with an equal quantity of water JJnnd use a place of goods like the article to be cleaned and dry well with a fresh piece of goods If liadly soiled use full strength Uses of Turpentine Turpentinet has munerou household uses Applied with soap It will r move Ink stains froth linen Ai few drops added to the water in Which clotlics are boiled act as a whitener It will hive away roaches If spri kled In their haunts Turpentine will remove wheel grease pitch and tar tllItture Whlih have been caused by wa ter If the broom Is dipped Into a buokct of tepid water to which a lit tIe turpentine has been added the cnr jets will Jook brlRhtor IReovating oft Sealskin brightening seal in the sunshine tonlr and pound It free from dust with a rajtjnn stick Once alftho loose dirt ia rciuored run hot sand and fur riors sawdust n hair Iud half mix turo Into the fur Then sljako andI heat this nt and the fur will bright and will be clean for the sand j outs the grouse and dust and the wood absorbs it leaving the skin bright n41I fresh Inqklnff Why Popcovy Pcp What makes popcorn pop 1 8mI the inquisitiv6 youngster By evasyo replica he rooeiyes it is evi deut that tjve real reason is not gell srallyi known The different kinds of cojn contain oil in varying pro porti ns In popcorn there isfconsi erable amount This expands hen heated becomes explosive and t cttusev the kernels to pop open la ct rhm m corn the percentage of iia sin ti illd for this rearm it oilI craqjal without exploding when h tepsay Good Housekeepin Ppt cjrn is iinexpensive and nutn jkiblsjjs well if not used to overror lt l e1 TEngine iti Ai J9i iII IItj II Lunch i 1I I lee Cream and I I fitted up pla Street have next to the Walton I Cream and Soft Drinks and iiI j LUNCH iBestMadelCRNEGIESDREAM i I will also keep on hand tt Everything new and clean fg Sshare of the public 1 C L P f tIff m fe 1E mO E Bege Ij I A r e 11 IIIIIIhaveI Grass secured Manufacturing the stand where Ilam prepared to do I HARNESS made harness a and neatly done IIHan4 I have with me the Deaf and Dumb Who il an expert workman i I pectfully SoliciteS Geo J I Ir The Clever Bjby Nodd You say your baby doesnt Valk yet Mine oisSame age too Your baby cut his teeth yet ToddNo t + Nodd Sline hnpnllof them ITour baby talk roddN 0 yet Can yours oddGrent Scott yes Todd desperately Does ho ehavehmself or fo to a bars af A Big Fan A good deal of royal significance has llon given to fans They were sym ools of authority In Mexico before the conquest Queen Mary of England re ceived on New Years day In 1550 7 funnes to keep the beta of the fyre Queen Elizabeth favored the custom that a tan was the only present a sot erelgn could receive from a subject Fans haVe not always been daintjr trl ties Jean de Balzac a Drench writer of the seventeenth centurt wrote from Italy during the reign ot Louis XIV of the enormous fans In use there sits pcndedfroin the cclllu and wprked by four servants He says 4 have a fan that makes wind enough In my chain ber to wreck j asblJf The Stone Was Not Thrown Qenevleves father occupied the pulpit Let him who is wlthou sin among you he first to cast alStone be chose for a text Genevieve listened earnestly to the ensuing discourse At the close of the service her mother tried In vain to dislodge her troD the ministerial pew Genevieve stood her ground till the rest of the congregation passed out Jhep she looked i 1bad a sigh Qf relief Well she sa I guess theyve all sinned AJirho UPIJ nobody threw JfSew York GlPbe I t l my Steel Kings Boyhoo Ambition Was U It a ftI trteri iln furtherance of the Peace societys bject ot obtaining Infetnatlonal peutc the society gave a dinner the other night n the Yale club at New York w an ciiusnal gathering ot newspaper ind raagazlne publishers ani1wrltersf Andrew4 Carnegie president of tIle I KQClety couvi not be present byt hts letter of regret was flattering to tnewspper men present Jnretcdtn that it had been his jboyhood irabldott to be a reporter sats the New York Herald It was addressed to Secretary Samuel T Dutton antiI was as follows 1 Dear Mr Dutton I dannot nfrala fran xpresslnff my deep regret that ray absence prevents ma fi jni JiiallWfthe iare chance of meeting the molders of publlo opinion at dinner as our guests My creaC dlllre In youth was to b6 Ji reporter to begin with Visions of the editorial chair orrietlmcs flitted across my mind in bio irrnts of reverie It is no longer the ttaOr even Vae pulpit which lInfluences hnation 33e pen has ladee becom mlghttcr tttan tho sword which Itcon trpJa heaping Jtlnthe icz4ibanc r r draw Ing It forth to alar Intern5tio4sl rela tlolis are really dependent upon Ifce pert Iu the hands of editors of the prew Thjaj Is especially to In Eurtpe In tho caiio cf peace which ksflrstWith alt of us of thU peace ade t7t4twould Impress upon our frend the sensa of responsibility which rest upon thea end beseech their cooperatlop hoping that their decbrtvw influence inks alwajr ba against xn appeal to ama at 1- 4fre cl tP5CfL31 trIJnn lle Flatter IB v r Miss Giggles He rcmwked that Iwas swanUke Vfistil that alee of l1Jin Miss XnoxOiI dRtao Ir nadc that remark irk u jou were ttt to Sing 11BJ miIR Tw T JIM DR J BUR TON RUIDEIIT DENTIST iEETHEXTRACTEDI b r1I 1fHO q1i CovvichE Hagaa 13l0ckupsta- hBPRLiGFIELDv KYv tcAll Dental Work Strictly K F1rStc 1 1JRJ C ilIUDt f Physician and Snigeoir- A Office hours 8 to 9 am t lto2pm J Offices over Haydons Drugstore Iii Lampton M D f p Office in Ooera House rooffice Phone No Residence No 38 T W F GRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Bankj tySPRINGFIELD JSY d 4 Jtj B ROBABDS M W FYATT- RoBAfiDSa HYATT Physicians and Surgeons III k Office over C W Hagan s gro cery opposite Presby rian church l T Dr WW Ray i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 45Office over Havclon j IRobertp sons DrugtoreoPhones Office 115 Y- ResidenceS 172 Tjy MAYS fUNERAL UIHECTUR AND LICENSED EMIIAU1ER TLEPHONEmDAYII9 NIGHT 74 gdLT SPRIN6FIEL1 KY Ralroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown And Springfield branch railroad No 41Leayes Louisville at 430 p m Bardstown Junction 622 pm Bardstown 606 pm arrives at Springbeld 705 pmIi No 42Leaves Springfield at 620 am Bardstown 607 am Bardstown Junction 650 am rrlv sat Louisville 740 am- iNo 43 Leaves Louisville atv 820 am Bardstown Junction 910 ain Bardstown 1100 am arrives at Springfield 1230 pm No44 Leaves Springfield 100 pm Bardstown 220 pm IBardstown Junotion 485 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pmaNo 90 Sundays onlyLeavesa t Springfield at 715 town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 aml arrives at Louisville I Y35 am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardatown JunctioD 645 pm Bards towa 730 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pmcr KILL THE COUCH MiD CURE THE 1UNCS i WITh Dr Kings New Discovery II ONSUMPTION OLGHS and OLDS I50cJ Surest and Quickest Cure for all c s IJCHBOAT and LUNG TROUB XES or MONEY BACK Jasper on Market I Mr Jasper Wballen formerly with Mr J Hi Kearns of Lebanon KYJ is now associated with Wi Smith Market Street between 3rd ard 4th Louisville ICy We cordially Invite our z friends and your friends to callt opus when in the city and to send us orders for any goods4 ypQ may need tivStraip Whiskies 225 tW 4 US41er9uart 10 per case rit J lfWP ship to all points from JSouisville House or fiom 423 arid 425 State Street New Al bany ladiana WL Smith IVpr c rastches burns puts insect lbites and the many littlecuts Tjo everj family PeWitfs Careoliz d JtcVBazel Satv4 is the best remedy Jitw soothing cOolin clean J and I 41keallng Be sure yqtt get Iolrlby the Red Cross DrugS Store 1E Rs-II fittIWI mi iTOWN i II F W w =UiLocal Happenings of Tile Freshest and Latest 2 1 I AllAbout Yourself Friends I Dod Acquaintances 1 IMUeW o cutc A square deal and prdmpt de I t livery is our aim at Cam j PQellslJ Brick ice cream at creamparlr Saturday Oiir forniture depot is cOrnc piete and uptodate See our j ron beds andget prices at Camv pbells I bolfor couptry produce sodbrl rig inii all you haye we want it at Jam bells grocery Having bought another horse j1 and dont need so many will sell my white horse cheaptCampbells Grocery Many of your neighbors judge you by tthe appearance of your ouse Green Seal pint adds a dressy ap ear I1cetlJe perfect h finish Sold by W L Yancy Madkville Ky The five members of Mr Jas Royaltys family who are o down with typhoid fever are getting along Jairly well with the exception of Mrs Royalty who does not improve There is no econpmy in things that aye cheap In quality Green b Seal paint is onlrcheapr in ricecosts no more than the otheriFor sale by W L C anc3L ackville Ky Workman are at vVorfc tearing t away the walls of Mrs Williams itt business llousfe on Main street recently destroyed by Sre Mrs Williams will have a nice new business house erected on he spot Fixing things up for Spring to ay be accomplished vit- hreatr ease and better results by using Green Seal than by any other means Sold by W L t Yancy Mackyille Ky cPaInthave fire accident tornado and burglar insurance Green Seal paint will insure your building galnst decay For sale by W Yancy Mack ville ley T J The pulpit at the Christitlq rlcnurcherv acceptably by Elder tplavis Yeuell of Alabama Herremains over and will preachf again on Friday at 8 p m In vitation extendedto all DLiam all string of horses for the rab Orchard fair He will make vhe circuit of some of the Blue Grass fairs before returning home Lenard has some WI- nners in his string and expects to capture some prizes S M Campbell reports county i ourt day Monday at Bardstown aa being one of the dullest ne has ever experienced here Only about 20 cattle on the market sollirig from 23 toRt cent milk Cows from 20 to Ij and a few horses offered for sale but hardly any selling prices ranging frqm S30 lto 85 STRAYEDFrOm the Grundy a Orphanage oa last Saturday night a bay mare 16 hands high light bodied knob on cap of hock and lump on noseAnv infor mat un leading to her recovery will be rewarded by J F Hinton Frederickstown Ky rTbe little seven months old daughter ofMr and Mrs Will Johnson died at their home nearI town on Monday morning of cholera inf anturn after being ill only 1 few hours The News Leader joins the many friends in extending sympathy to the bereaved young paienls Mr Bite Clements the well known young farmer and son oT Mr R W Clements was kicked bY1t horse 1nesdaymorning andr very painfully injured He was struck in the mouth and severall teeth knocked out and a portion of hisJuppe r jaw bpne fractured Besides this his face isr ternby cut and bruised Mr Clements InjurIes while exceedingly pain fularenLt necessarily danger ous Granted the Injunction InA telephone case ln contra yersy at Lebanon wa6 tried be fore Judge Thurmajtf at this Lebasnon Grocery Co sought a man datorj injuncUon against th Cumberland Telephone Co to compel the latter to install TOPICS MWJJ elephoneintheir place of busi ness It seems that the telo pbqne company claim that they canI ot afford to install any more telephones at the present rate of service and that it has no franii hise in Lebanon and they are inclined not to extend ihe ser ice under thejDresadt arrange meet Judge Thurman after the arguments issued an order granting a mandatory injunction against tne telephone people and giving them thirty days in which to install the telephone It is understood that the case will be appealed Tohn McCliord appeared Oif T he plaintiff m the action the telephone company was represented by Hon NatWa4 Halstead of B rdstown Peculiar Case Messrs T Scott Mayes ari- dWF Grigsby went to Rock is Bridge Saturday to attend a case rather peculiar interest before Squire Nimrod Hendreu Alonzo C Taylor was arrainged before the court yn the charge of false swearing and it came about like this One day last week Austin Hill came to town accompanied y Alorzo Taylor and presented what purported to be an order from Henry Humes to County islerkWthe issuance of a marriage license for his daughter Bessie Humes and Austin Hill Taylor sterns swore to the genuine ness of the girls fathers signature Th0 license was issued and the young couple were duly married by Rev T D Bird It soon developed howejver that Mr Hume was violently opposed v his daughters martiage and pronounced the order a forgery When the case was called the fathers anger had somewhat softened and as some important witnesses were Absent the prose tion was disErissoljagainst F iiTaylor ISMiss Katie Shaunty and Mr I Thomas L Mudd were married JuneSGth in Louisville latthpv e of Mrs Byrum 219 West Broadway Rev K LaPowell performed the ceremony R 1 the presence of a few intimate of the coupleGThe bride is a daughter of tbMrsr George Shaunty jjf Freder ickstown and was one of the countys post successful school teachers and popular in society Mr Mudd is an enterprising young man who until recently 1heteheMr and Mrs Mudd will reside in Louisville where he is em ployed JOTfCE Having gone out of business in Springfield it becomes urgent that I collect all accounts due me Persons knowing them selves indebted to me will confer favor by settling promptly JAS J GRAVES Lost Dog Strayed from my place on the Bardstown pike live miles from Springfield on June OLh a Scotch pollie dog about twothirds grown Color sable and white Any information loading to its recovery will be liberally re warded George Lear RF D No 2 S ringneld Kyt Glasses for Style There is a great deal of talk nowadays about glasses bemg worn for style Thi is a inisi take It is very seldom in my experience that people as- kftor glasses just for looks Wheii they want glasses they 1whnt them because they want relief They want them be 1caust they believe they can see better or easier with them The reason more people wear glasses now than formerl Ois because we have a better knowledge of the eye AVe understand how to give re lief in cases which a few years ago had to be endnred It f would be as injurious to wear glasses when they are not needed as to do without them when they are Ifyou do not 4donot5harge I CF Russ LL eScientific Opilcan yitf f a l 1 iLLiNir MID = SEASON SALE I Hats will be sold from now until all are disposed of at absolute cost vvSkirtsaod Shirtwaists and everything iin stock must be sold before re moval and to do this alll goods go at and belowcost WILLIAMS 0 Over Peoples Bank oo eoooo PERSUNA1 Miss Louise Medley is at athm Springs r Mr and Mrs Conrad Hertlein re at Tatham SpringsI OMrwas in town Tuesday Mr and Mrs John C Shader spent Sundayat TJ tham Springs Dr Ed Mudd cf New Haven visiting his mother near town Miss Jennie Price and Dr J Mudd were in Lebanon Friday M Mrs Emmett Nunanof Lou isville is visiting Mrs Margaret Nunan t Mr1 M Wycoff is at home at Mackville taking a w elsa vacation Miss Rose Hiipp of Lebanon the guest of Miss Jeanette McCiellan Miss May Mayes hasas her visitor this week Miss AnnTe Durham a t1WiJisLebanonf Miss Mary Bruce of Perry ule is the guest of her auntUMrs Hopper Mrs Annie McElroy and daut ghters Fannie antI Annie are at Griffin Springs ntEMaster Reed Brown of Louis yille iis visiting hsaunt Mrsv M Martin Mrs W E Selecman arid daughter Miss Lucy spqntc uesday in Lebanon Mr James Browne of Indian apoiis is limejbhis week onalh it to relatives Mss Brigga McElroy 06 Leb non is visiting her sister MliI ut F McElroy t sfljsrpv is visiting ner brother h JH McClure to laMrB Louisyille revisiting Air and Mrs Henry Leachman N Messrs Harold Hurst and John Spalding pf Bardstown spent Sunday here fOIiJoewered to Louisvillei Monday aUer twoft weaks visif to her sisters here Messrs Will Spaldiner and Nace Wheeler of Bardstown were in town one day last week Mrs John Qleme1ts and sis elv- MIss May Mulvey of Lebanon were in town one day last weela Misses L vaiiiaOUon or Lill and Harvey VanArsdale are i guests of Miss May me DonneMy h Wrs lohn Searcy and daugh tel of Mexico are expected toC arrive litrojor a visit next Friddiy Messrs Rod Wharton andJ Harry ONan of Louisville spent Sunday With their parent here Miss Lizzie Hay don has re ttJrned home after a visit to friends ii Bardstown and Louis ville t Mrs E S Mayer and MrsJ awTatham where theyVill spend u t week I Mi Janio Vharlon spit the first of tho vteK in Louisyilie 1furu concluding his visit to his IILletsele Higai and yife have returjieJ home after a visit to Mrs Hagans mother arISpringfield Penn Itt a Mr and Mr W SGibbs have returned from a weeks stay at Paroquet Springs in Bullitt county M r Charles Craycroft pff Vine Grove spent two gays with i Mr and Mrs Charles H McTn tire the first of the week Mrs John Offutt of Bloom field and Mrs Turner Qf Lex ington are visiting their Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke 5 Mrs J J McCloskey ard- returned LoUIsVIlle daughter Miss Alexia to 9 visitfsell Misses Rus J fe Mrs S R Gray went to 9 wenttm Monday to be with b redaughter Mrs Katherine Botts who is very ill with typhoid fever 9 Mr Archie Mays wife and 9 BerkeleyCalhis parents Mr arid MiSs E c 9 lJ ayesI Mrs imps n Roberts left yesterday morning for Coving 0herre very ill Mrs J B RoBards left Tues day for Burgin where she will The accompany her mother Mrs Buster to Monticello for a tohl weeks visitr toll Kev G W Lyon iis atShepen herdsyille this week assisting in revival meeting and leading Leen noted coThel ay fbr TBtham Springs Mf Theo the and family Mr George Oplyinl and family and Mr J F Pettus and family 1C Mrs Rilph Vinal of Winches r Mass Mrs Foster Baird can and Mr SO Snyder of Louisei le are guests of their relatives ri Rov and Mrs G W Lyon Mrs Robert Orume who rq ntIy visited Mrs HughS tilt4no and Mrs Theo Campbell is very ill with typhoid reveL atI tl1mtMessis John lF Simins J Jtl1 McCajbe and DrJ C Mudd were the t Tatham Spnday and Monday suoH at that place Miss Jbsie rmonreturned n her home in Bowling Green at st Tuesday after visiting Mrs inarC Campbell near itbtvn For Sale the exAengine in good running order will sell cheap Apply to the th Blue Gaass MFG Co of W FuGrigsby Atty 4t He Corel of BftatV Masie the Geo A Sherman Lisbon Red do Mills Lswrence Co N Y writes I had Kidney diaaese for many ears and had been treated by phy on dlciens1 for twelve years had taken well know kidney medicine and other icmidics that were recommend pd but got no relief until I egan us inR Fblcys Kidney Cure The first lf bottle relieved mciand fosr botDtIes have cured me ofJ this dreadfuld disease Before I began tailing Fol y Kidney Cur3 I had to make titer about every Htteeii minutes ay and night and prascd a brick dust substadce I believe that would pave died if I had nat taken Ioleysthe Red Cross Drug Storet N IabceIthc Taxr s for the year 107 for the Sjpringtitld Graded S4hooletrial are now due On hlid after August loth a penaty will bedded onaLuripaid taxes so taxpayers QUri save money by paying nowN G U WHAHTON 4t iTrasiirer THE IEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder und byJmonthsrtreatment by mail for 1 Dr EV Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send for Kentucky estiraonials Notice to Creditors All persons having claIms t ngainst thia estate of ThosD Clarkson deceased ire hereby notified to present same tome in SpringfiI same will be pajd IJR C Clatkson Administrator of stteof Thos PI Clarkson aJ 1 BISIGHT 1 BISIGHT 51 eOIs Ask for Bisight The new invisible Double Glass The only double glass that is 3 ground in one PIECE for far and near work We alsO sell the Kryptox and PPIf 10 Bifocal Giass t DR WC GRIGSBY has one of the best Optical Stores in the State He has iiI 9 added t6 his store the fol lowing instruments The d Geneva combined Retina scope and Ophthalmoscope and the C I Ophthalmo meer for measuring the as tigmatic Eyes cHe has in stalled ae water motor and put in a dynamo for light ing up the above iinstru Cekinds of frame work Frames made to order to fit any face He is making a C specialty of fitting glasses and fits tnem correctly and C guarantees satisfaction W C GRIGSBY The Leading Optician BARDSTOWN KENTUCKY rce A WHISTLER STORY Eagle That Was Made to Pose a a Fighting Cock Apropos of something Whistler one ii cockfight stiry go 1II1IYhat onlv a man with a sailor Instinct could It as woll iniinU ItSo keenly anO joy it so thorougllly It was astor a strange species of the American cock pin 11111 to the smallest detail so flIttLfUi1 tit it one forgot that it was story Some Amei lean sailors were at ckfight in o ijeapoVt town iu Eng lajid when one of them remarked to owner of the ehamiRoh We have gJt an American cock onIboard that can whip any bird hert said the 4Clmelimoird we ave plenty more to throw Jn = that can lick hany hlawsted IIamerI bln yftn can fetch ere All rfsht WeMl bring one said the liors hen they got aboard they gged u1111 American eagle After their own manuel they painted trim med spiked and reefed fore and aft transforming the eagle to a cock When aIy they went ashore tj pit their w American gauieJbok against all England At the pit the sailors ci eked In olr cock whicji lookedl around for other surprises as he backed close e bring on your birds jelled sailors A strutting cock was thrown Into the pit and wits anotherI rprise to the poor dismantle eagle backed np cotand closer to the wall wondering what would hacpen est The cock Jra kea three times majestically around the Circle cuffing his strange opponent flie eagle piti ably abashed and bedrabbled crouch g lower and lowjcr and looking around and above him for an explanation of what it nil ineaYit while the crowd were yelling madly for the English fighter The eagle made him self smaller and smaller but at last finding that he could get back no fur and thinking that something was pected of him and as the cock dashetl at him again stretchedout his long claws and took his opponent e neck Here Whistleri ended with an imlta on by motions of wbat the eagle did stretched out his arm shaped his hand like a claw which by this time looked like a real one drew it tohlS month and with one bite pulled off head as he thought an eagle might It Then he looked blandly about the room as the eagle had done at the astonished crowd and said Now bring your other birds0tto Bacherin 7entury Garrics Littiu JOKQ Scene The Star and Garter David Garrick and the usual galaxy assembled Garrick NoHy can yon toil mo why r Johnrfon and Ryswell art like thun er and lightning to1dsiiiithTeiI us the answer Davy ni not spoil your fun by Irylng to ffsess It Garrick Why It should be plain to whokuow tthorn that whenever the one Hashes the other claps and roars Weekly 1Contrary Counsel church was packodt even the IThe lined with elmira lust before nllilt ou the thoughtful clergy who loved order as he did the ptI thus admonished his hearers In passing out nlease remain seat ji until the ushers have removed the chairs from the nisiesLipplucotts Miigazfne Couldnt Stand the Strain Tjandlftdy In sonyt to say sir that the coffee exhausted IodgerPni not surprised It has been so Very weal lately Strana The word cab a contraction ot cabriolet was hot used nnt1l1S2JI Assume in adversity a countenance or prosperity and hi prosperity moder ate thy temper Islvy Slimnrates WM IrnlalioD J In case stomach and liver trou ble the proper treatment Is to stint ulate these organs without irritating them Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup and stimulates theaide digestion lierafid bowels without irritating these organs like pills or odinary cathartics It doea not nauseate or g4ipe apd Is mild ynd plea9antjto take For sale by the Red Cross Dru Store t When you feel the need of a take DeWitts ittlevj2eriy Risers Small pill safe pill6U pill Easy to take and effective Drivespleasant Jawayheadaches the RedSold by Croll Drue t11 r I I Clearance Sale r I t j C1OTHINGauiI I 1 1 c Avail yourself of this chance to get a real bargain in a suit or separate pair of pants W are stocked in this special department and will overIexceptional inducements in order to 1f1 I High Aft Suits F rl1Hr Will be included in this sale They are equall to I any tailor made Every suit guaranteed to give satisfaction JVe are showing ai swell line of two piece Outing Suits and Serge Coats suitable for 1 wear at reduced prices Tv IISummer are now getting together all odds and ends from each department which you can yourprice Bargains in Dress Goods Carpets Mailings Rugs etc M t I CALICOES 16cI II I ri On everv Monday of eaqh week of this sale we will I Hoosier Cotton for Oc n to er 10 ydrds to each SGIJIIil r We ba many ctlier specias to offer Qjl sfe for yourself aS 1 1PI TheRobertsonCIaybfookoCo fI I INCORPORATED I 1 1tttt- 0 I 1q 1t d = Bargains I BigI Bargainsg I Jvr a c v I IIATCOSTj iV 11 fwAirrf= = Good bargains in Masons Jars pintsvj fquarts and Iralf gallons J j f My stock of Groceries is complete in every tine f Meat LLard Sugar and ioupI r csold at close prcea for cash Country produceirfex ttchange same as cash 4j CASH PAID fOR EGG5 V 7 T= rb JfII f FIVE PER CENT OFF FOR CASH v 1fr W PAWffNCE- = t r q f aaaa ar U aaa t III- SllGMMERLCLOTHES i S l t ii r AND 11I 2 it I l ssomearee l1 1I t f w J t it t rrf J O rsare made tol isuit the season We llhaveafuU of f Two t Pieoe t I Suits jFor Hot Weather wear te rges and other iIighttmaterialat to please pricest tI 75Oto2 BlueI Serge Goafc Black Luster Coats SA Odd Pants AI E I1 Buy Fron lls and KeepGo Otk J 11GRUNIJY AlNTIBB 44 1j 4 rj i wr V iiErHE I iTO MARE GOOD i Recreant 9In Haled to Altar- S byfJk Strenuous Sweetheart IHE SAID I1iE5WAS SICK as tJut Girl Found Him In Brooklyn andn Her Arrival Miraculously Cured Himw Backto Maiden MassH W nt and If Wedding Bells Rang Merrily p Young iochuivar stepped d6WIifromt the ptlstal of strenuous romance one the 4th of June and gallantly escorted to his centuries old place of honor Miss Ethel May Towns who figuratively bore away In her arms the shrinking form of Clifford A Sampson of ittxjk Ilyu SAs a ineans of swift conveyance theebrides choice of the Boston flie tetcarry her swain to the altar of her hometown Maiden MasL had yotuis a rbchmvars fiery steed beaten to a f iJow trqt Itls the brjdels secret where tower tUb castle in Brooklyn la which her t sweetheart Janguished She is soci ety girl pt Maiden and the town haf long looked forward to the wedding ontJune 4 as a social event Five huudred h invitations were seat out for the reB I mony lu the Maplewood Metl JdIsfD Episcopal dIU1C1r where hr f tiiett o ililerman Fred H Towns is ausist- f ant iistoiv r Miss Towns received a telegram flon1e Brooklyn the morning of the 3d an nouncing that her sweetheart was seri ously ill and could not be moved for some time The message was slsciioa Doctor The social heart of Maiden v almost stopped beating when each re4- t cipieut of an invitation ta iheweddlnp ins notified that U had Ueen postpOned indefiriitely Bride Her Own Champion T Speculation as to the cause ceuteitdp around Mifes Towns fiance e v been Introduced to Maiden as Clifford A Sampson of Brooklyn He had tolct their friends that he was a phjsicalin stfuctor In thp Brooklyn Young Mens ClTrlstlaiJ assoclotipn Miss Towuf ththIn Xew York two yeirsad and later he was a frequent visitor nt J j t her Phonic The engagement of the young couple yAS announced In FobS ruary and the parents were delighted jover their daughters choice I i In spite of the somewhat mystifying ir h telegram from the Brooklyn physician rilE NAME MAT BE IICIITIOUSII II Miss Towns love aaid shaken Although only twentyt proved herself jiitrepid She Ie shel Ijrj any suggestion that all was n She announced her departure for Brooklyn accompanied Ity her UslnIMrsvAllan Corloss They arrived in Brooklyn late on Monday night and Tuesday set forth on their search for the stricken to bebridegroom The general secretary of the Y M C A branches said tt rThe name may be fictitious We dhaveno records among our employees or members of such a man t Each oft the several branches was J t culle up by telepholleill order to firm the general secretarys report iL None apparently knew Clifford A i iainpsou Messenger boys were Sent 0 every address oft s J1lPson in the borough of Brooklyn until the right tOne was found I Got New Lease of f The only clEw to the Lifejljl i Sampson Reeled tilt npiiearauce of hjs r l loyal sweetheart is furnished in Hit following eloquent dispatch sent Crom f Maiden f QbtainHig a new lease of life bjl t reason Jf his Intendeds persuasive elo ifi quence and fully recognizing the itcv t I tw position in which she had already J i btfcn placed and what she would have v undergone had the wedding been pyst t poned as it wnsfully Intend tojlit itfle groom tobe decided that li vould lls5g therlils latent physical fo wl to 1 gether and inake tnt effort to r tucn hI Maiden and the home of his ride to b B Jj Before the happy couple a ter tile reunion in Brooiclyu ttook the flier forBo8ton nSit Tqwus lispatclied fl r telegram teUlnoC her success The too invitntiom weii sont out agaih ou the double quick Sampson and 4 I Miss Tnrnr arrived in Boston at 110 t lP ro apd took a car for Maple mod f ta The wedding was celebraled the f hrIt1efHr tying the knot fit the h time orijiiiplly planned A reception I vasheld Inter In the prtrlorJ ofthet stud was attended by Several fefi J rlrChMOSLEM gititts ETIQUETTE Always Bo In Good Humor ind TaU Pleasant THinns itf Here mire bipe intCTBgting Mussnl fan hJuttuirn Ptt coiivlvjal ty says JlffiJfll Lahlrct The houi r of he iIng srvd lirstJ hiehiiig fs to tin Invited gucjt who is Iii the iiiocIo of any high title or Who hits In any way 02 sphere distinguished hriftscJf If the Shost himself is tim o 11ut In the coli j r =cJL 1 jpsny or nas any na fieccratiin or meilt be incut first begin the meal without deiay in order not to llet the others unduly wait It shows bad up ringing to be In a melancholy mood at table or to speak of disagreeable things r to engage in hiippropriate discus sious on matters Jf religious piety Foremost of nfl one must always be in good humor and talk of pleasant things did the prophet himself You must always help yourself from the side of the dish nearest to you and ever try to find out the best hich ought to be left for other bItsII one of the invited has riot much cp etife you must ask him up to three times with tome kind chosen w rds to partake of the meals A lonjeinaist- nce would cause ennui and would be most inappropriate You must never stop eating before others because in going so you will embarrass them and iCCJfIIi1tntIn nevIetExagIgguests fool as comfortable as pjwsible encouraging tln timid and shyj It is contrary to good tnte to address jud to fix the attention jpf a guest When he- eating Even if the host Is not ac customed to eat much he must always try not to finish before others Should ny dish be forbidden to him by his edical attendant he certainly must not partake of It but must at the same time excuse himself before his guests It Is absolutely necessary to node 17 movement or gesture which is apt to create disgust PAPAS STORY His Attempt to Tell It While Trying to Put Robert Asleep Papa t wen Tell me a story ITU tell you just one If you will romise to gb to nieepJ j i6 pajamas dont feel good Dont think about them Ill tell you a ptory but onewfll be all Sir Todd sat beside the tied and be gan Onco there was a Htlleuoy Whats his name 1 forget Didnt ha have any name Te to be sure he hUd Dont inter rupt me nol tr Then WhtqWtlslt Why his name wmthls name was Julius Julias a girls name This boys name was Julius not Julia He was named for Julius Cae sar 5I know something about Julhis Caesar Robert exclaimed sitting up suddenly and quoting Julius Caesar Was a wise old Keezcr nut ho froze ojtlUs CejtsIn a ice cream freeze4 Wivcre did you over heiirsue1i a thing as that Alfred Potts tofd It to inc Well dont you ever let me hear lyouuse that word geezer agajn Now igo to slci ii f But you didnt tell mo the storjte All right This fsnt aiyhtp Julius Caesar at all Julius Caesar was n king and he died a long time ago When he froze his feet off papa T He didnt freeze his feet Tliatls a piece of silliness Alfred Potts told you What is n piece of cillines3i papa Dont ask me such foolish questions Settle down alit go to sleep or Ill go bark doMrnstairs and leave you Clone Papa my pajamas dont feel good I told you not tto think about them t thlslIWashls name Julius Yes yes Mr Todd lisw redHI name was Julius and he Did he die a long time ago No Julius Caesar died a long time ago Tills boy didnt Where does he live now 1 Idontiknow Be slill Howd you know Wbafa his name then j rWell he lives he lives in Jt toil somewhere And one day he went out and Aw a tree that was slniply full of birds The birds What did the birds do ahe birds sanr cf oiBse 4What did thy sing They sang song Now If you want me to tell you this story your will have to he quiet So this boy looked up ut the birds and My pajamas dont feel good They never will feel good if you dont stop thinking about them So this boy looked up at the birds andj he Was a lad boyauuil he thought II would be smart to throw a stone- at themtt the poor little birds 1And what did the stone do It made the birds fly And then Papa s Well What did the Sly doF rWhat Hy f ITl1c fly it made the birds Into Robert Jaliabue Todd inn going1 downstairs nndI if you are not asleep In two minutes I shall punish you iUr Todd strode from the room and stairs l1J halted at tile sight if a womau sittjng on the top step witi her face In her hands nuVlher slum loris and sides shaking It wus1I1 wife Wilbur Nesbit in Success Mug rizlneIV r Some Famous Dunces Nathaniel HaVthoriie was the dunce byhiNapoleon and Wellington were dull boys at school amli whdu dire won IMassy his CnUIlI bllitlIlt diil not think the booby hauls murli souse ChaJ hierx tile lender of the disruption was expelled from his school as an Incorri gible dunce ChattertoM was sent liomo Iuan fool and Ifclyh Hunt was con sidered beyond all hope Isaac Neiv tin the gleat oriental scholar Sir Wil liam Tonex and Roliprt MorrisOii who Compiled ttlie inmortil Chinese hulk1I ind dictionary were all regarded xtremfily dull boys Minneapolis I d OOO OOOOMOCDlCg ca 9A New Orleans woman was thin Because she did not extract sufficienti 90nourishment from her foodI 0She toolc ttr EmuLsion = esu1t1 1 0She gained 8AJLO O OOO OO ItLEhHOHSDilEB atllesfiakes on Toast Was the Cowboys Order BUT HEiaif WITH HIS MATCH The Promptness With Which the Tou h Vsiter Served the Dish Took the Terrors Nerve Away The past and thaFinal Request Away back in 1870 a man named Turpin established a restaurant In Vuma and arneng Turpins orIgfftl employees was a waiter named Job Strai0ht who could1 shoot with great precision play draw poker with un vatyins euecass and pack eighteen plato of miscellaneous grub upon one bare arnVat one lime Ho could exe cute all the prevailing melodies either on iiano or guitar and he possessed the most tromeiulous baritone voice ever beard in Arizona Why men souie times wenttoTnrpins just to hear Too deliver gastronomic orders Xo per fect descrlntlon can be given of that voice howekvrrexeeJt to say that at times It really did uiuke things clatter Once a fresh young cowboy from near Glla Bend entered Turpins fill a Christmas dinner vlio took a startllai concoction as an appetizer and then dropped thudlike it a table mId rousli ly shouted to Straight Sayi there Baldy Bring me some grub Job was at first appalled lint recov ering his reserve limit of e lunnimitv he brushed an Inn liilry b widerum1 frQmthe frescoed table pir th aid Whisked a bill of fare from tIlt vari5 gated castor and placed it befoce the new young terror of the Bend Take lb away cried the latter tones that could give Straights ordi nary everyday baritone n castle and checkmate it In five moves I dont want to read your darned old tract I dont care a darn who came into the world to save sinners Bring me some grubgrub Grub Grub Grub Vliat do you want Rattlesnakes on toast Ann I want vou to bump yourself Whats that y order you baldheaded aid 1e1IyeilIn sign and I want you to set yoursolf p d q Rattle snakes on toast- Rattlesnakes on toast cried Job to the cook In accents that Would have paralyzed Cafl Fovmes laid that old basso profundo been living and hletr- lhiem4 Rattlesnakes oh toast was ro rberathig response froni the cook npoii receiving the order There were a Iowa or moro people In be restaurant anti their eyes were at nue turned on the young person from rhe Bend and the infuriated waiter Tit the meantime the cook had lken i big catfish and cut If into four si rips iad rolled these strips in battei so that they much resembled the viand or lered and after placing them In the frying pan he stuck his head out of the kitchen and shouted to Job You want them rattlers rare or well 3one TIme waiter repeated the Interrogatory In a cyclonic w iy and thb terror re plied in as violent a tone maul manner as he couldcommhndWelldoiie with plenty of gravy and Chili Colorado And then Tob thundered to the cook WtlI done with nty of Chili folo rado hot as 4aiid inoc asin gravy on side and brochettos of sand crane livers anilfiila moiistcr lIghts There was an Instantaneoufily dead Silence in that restaurant awl nil eyes were again east upon the terror and the wjiiter The former turned ISsheii nale and hogan Io weakiMi rceptibly while Job gazed athisvutiiiK Maybe you 1l0ld think wx ctxn serve till the market affoVdsC mutteivd Job uMaybe you dont like moccasin ravy r lirochettes n In mode Mrybe you aint hungry Say Youve sot meI aint hungry io help me I cbuldht eat a slnslc hard Ijoiletl egg Countcrniand that darned order old man otad Ill pay all nx senses and set em ujjn KHa any hotly cart drink Beg prtrdon gcittfe men nil My first attetnfU to IKJI fir ror pardon ml gentlemen Its my lIst And then he hamleit his revolver to lob and added Take that pistol old man1 as a present anti promise ino that lime luvt time any dnrnitl fool com iu iHn and cjills for rat tltsimnkcs on Hmtt youll shoot him dcd Hilt Straight was too ravin mad all time way through to willingly iiiHTjji from a situatlou onfyt tuiorably tri uiiipliaiit Sit he took the weapon JtHt as tliu order was Iwing lilac11OIIUII table aid pointing It at the terror exflafjndNojv i then my boy dump yoursolfl Into hilt chair find oat threat tMiakos liom s skin and nlln Tbe young fellow did as lie was unum mlnded but after finishing his repust staggered the unconipromisitig Job by slioitting 1 sayv Ualdy bring me anojier plate of snhkCHl Denver News antisIA traveler Inmiti1mt up t ittlft1mclas hotel bnnight the iKMita up with his angry storming Want your room dHmmnMIl1 Whats Mierantler slr1 11 The ioom8 all rlglmt filmed the guest scurululniy its Uie lloaj IjOb JccJ to lasts n Mrsiyoobs imwhd time Ixiuts Jji jin unlnteresftexl urtr v ii tho gent In Xo 0 is tqitNflwl with hits rPIII- lIt iw wantw Uie lituis chniiKu II lustt nitetl Bits IN A NEW CLASS Maggies Raise In Wages Brought Un expected Results Ulr riaker a welj to do lady one rOw HUbnrbs of a large eastern ity fijrtunate hi liuviuj jin tlIliCKcrvaijt Alilggie ua hit iiik nnd mll natured tMost of the ladys nouns wtri lews fortunate in fftfew of them were without their uhiutiik trials At nil the fashionable gitlier hiiu the convernutlon turned like nitl ts0 IttP pole straIght to tilt sub ject of nerWttl9 Mis Rikcr small very little for she bad often notirol that Hill1nOUII i inent of pmrlwt SJltl4falt Iou In tltf do niestlc Hue na freqneally followed Iitor Oil bya SCfoiirl announcenieiit to tile eJTect Jlmt tthe perfwt mall had been trea higher vages by Mrs aniiso and had jroiie to get them Therciord Jhs Baker fojlowed Brer- Hiibblfa tMctIcs of iayim low Moue tlian this she jflecldAd to veryt dipl uintlc She wciild otTer Mag rie more wa a herseif mid thus secure her before any ou elsQ had a chance She waa plLievl with her jow da 5I IlJj th = = 3 ivt SSLJ Ciiesrful during tLIi hot StimmcrIand tlirsjgh Dorothys illness like your work swell that Im going 1to raise your wage from ss to 6 Mnpyie thanked her and Mrs Baker miled at the thought of her own as tuteness On Monday morning a few days lat er she had occasion tovisft her kItch- en after IjreaRfast Instead of enc un termg the usual smell of suds nnd- gtem she found Maggie seated at tho table t Why Wheres the Cashing she aSked Whats the mater Are you tii2 t aov mum replied Maggie airily I iaint sick But none of the girls as gets SO does any washln j The six dl lar girls has It done ftr um rdu know Its Baker has not tried any more diplomatic plans Youths Companion HUMOR OF LONDOM CABBIES Some of Their Remarks When the Tip Is Not Forthcorn5ng- Soino of the honsoin JTrat rulty of London have no SPUSO or humor but the majority are dpohlolly faretioua saysvLondon TitBits Here are some Iexamples of witty amid siircnstlc cab bylsms T6 apprccUte thotii properly It must tIbe uudMRtoojl that the fafe has offered a single shilling in pay cent for a iide Just within the two mil dlmit Arc you iiuile amp ybu eaapure this remarks the robbyl with a bump of hnmor Dye think irouH haable to rub along on thc othte nineteonjtni next Friday Its goln tho pace yknow If youll tike ray tip gnvnor nyis another formal of gentle reproach youlli go anti see an oeuilist Voufallftd this bus by mistake You vnhts a red or green or yellow bus IUack aint Jn your line at nIl Thank ytr govnor says another cabby with apparent eniplion thhnk yet kindly Yer offer tlp well ineayt but I rouldiVt go for to do it Saying which he makes a preteiise of handing the shilling back to time astonished fnhnut cant sell hiiu guvnor mill Units a fatt Yer andsoma Iiof ferd make me rich for life but tell yet I cant sell im One nhh y who waff an excelleiil 1f tor on retviving his sltllfing burst into teats amid botween hitslomd sobs jerked out Im sorry you frttce It on mo gnvnor I am really Thic hincomo tax peoploll Ho own on md now An extellent iabUrisih pt rpe rated in tin suburbs qne aught A the fare jot himself inlo the house be was regilol soiiiinvhnt as foHows To in quIittl3 sly ill vase th6 ohtil wo man wakes up dud ears mb drivin away She l1ii htistuP jthen t of ymr pocket money for tlitc hxtravitrannt Two Duel SalntcBeuve got ri ec llent adver tisement out ofa duel fought on a wet day b Insisting uphn holding his nmbjvlln up with onejunul jivhllc ho fired his nltul with 9Uior He was willing hecouragii Ij said to hitc the risk of liehig d llat lie must excused from aki1 the gro tel risk of catching oldjThe duel whiVh nj rain1 Constant Will suffered from fang t sittUv in a Bath chair uay halve f somewhat similar oham tcr Iloiior iii tliat cause was declared ito be Kjitisfiev Vheu the Hiith chair was llt Strand Magazine Dangerous Father AVIiafe are you doing Emma Daughter Oh Arthur is coning to night and Im fooHhigjsome hing tom hhpFlItlllr Emiiia llSmnii yontl betterlie onrefnl Youll keep on rock ing for tin be hli lit tb oiigage ment Iteltcre Welt It takes a lot of cMurnge on the part of a young nfn to tell ii girl ov liImt ty some otiiir girl lsSt l ovidCMolie Deinorrat HE SOLD HIS DAlG TER Transferred Her For 100 tb a Man Three Times Her Age Bargained nway by her Jptthor for 100 to liiciJiiH till wife I f a nun nearly tthroe times her age the lot uf ilaliel Hegtwian a pretty fciurteeu yearold Armenian girl of Wmv wtof Muss tilt bride of Isidore Shanuoulan aged forty Fricriuls of the girl reported thefetory wmlding to the polt nnd if statements are true iho gijrr was IIfIfIfthtn hat hrghoAt bidder fAlatiil left a sImon tiiue ago IU account of a truil stepmother A little laTor Hhiin huldan openrnl negoliijilorisl Avilh tin girls father The ilioijiey bNUI1tutptuaisituI t il the following day Shan hehiiin miureil n luarrjagp lieento giv lug die gIrls atn as tlgbtun nil his own as tvonlyfive An Armenian priest nmrriod thjiin I IITlio police advisid friend of flit girl to sefuro an amiylmcjnt uf the mar rlago Tliix rTtipmlii sar tli1nIll at oil n alt utlt tikcnu gljtoiittilnnlan auotlier suitor lit Mal bellI1Jt ttt tHtU1- of tjif yinveiiieiit to give h r baric IKT trmedau 3Li ttMiif rtitiMv woniler why t tluiioptI ineanfnh n zs ttrdtlJ04 hrjlJhttto tIimy take hIr Iiihlrt1nmk + l tin curt mama Ptuii1a ho meant hnlltJ Osum rjmld iaii bIas uu hiifIl13mti it IJOUhtPIPO5t- it i JIau1 iiu4tis ri u slmovmIlliaiIll IIwith numke4am pxvll iit tiK for roiitjeuttiug rot h1 It Tlifplitv fif of coiirsc 1uroittmil t io an edge rhlcost II Qiab j T Help Hqlp lm Fai4ngTh- us tII ri cried the And ah ttII kind neighbor airlj the res 1 cue with a bottle Ayers Hair Vigor TlidIuir wasi I saved This wajs bfccausel Ayers Hair Vigor is ai regular hair medicine F4Hing hair is I caused by a gerni and this t medicine completely destroys these germs Then the healthy scalp gives rich i ealthillair- The best kind of at tim nial r Sold for over slicty Li oatsff A U4debyJC Xyrco IOWCUII iaanuiAOturcsi u fAilo lt1lIer l PILLS I = NQ Operation Mrs Malinda Akers of Basham Va writes I had what doctors call prolapse and cQuldnt stand straight I had pain in my back and shoulders and was very irregular and profuse Doctors said an j operation was needed Jut I couldnf bear the thought of the knife After tak ing three bottlesof Wineof Cardul I could walk around Can now do my housework and am in splendid health Cardui iis a pure vegetable medicinal essence especially adapted to cure womens diseases It relieves excessive peripdical pains regulates irregularities and isa safe pleasant and re lidble remedy for all- sick women IIn suc c ssful use for over 70 years Try it mAt Every Drug Store in 100 Bottles II 11WINE OF CARDU I HOBOIJOINSTHE SMART SETI Tattered Tramp In a Victoria Drives In Park Cavalcade In thb njlilst of UUo giitteuiaig onui pages of fashion there rofle through the East tltjive In Central park New York citjVon a recent afternoon a scare crow ot1 man lolling haek with half closed c esIU alone on the cushioned seat of one of tutu smartest victorjos that bowled aomig while the upper ten were taking the air Stubliy whiskois a bulbous fiery no rasseil clothes multi a battered hat betokened n denizen of time under world in tlu nonchalant imuhividual that coolly returned tiu stares focused on him OH lox in front of him nat a coachman who radiated dignity and aplomb Beside him wa5 a foot COOrj T nSTCRNBD TflK STAlflS FOrn4FI tilON lllil nina Both were In huff livery The siltcr mounted harness attestedt care unI The discrimination in its selection For more tbpn a mill from time plaza the unkempt dilettante was hewlett dung l efore the haughty coachmau iKHaine nsplous that ttiie throng in the driveway and on the juirk walks wan unusually iater ted his turn IUt Theta John ventured Vlanci be hiinl him lit a flash ttlie spankintr bays were itronsrht up on their liaunches and the roMcliman with a rm4of deep disgust Mi mllnjr seised the by the coat ollarf lUftfng him from the cushioned cnt with a ffile motion be droppc l ihn upin the rnudxvny rcnioanUNl the artd drove rjipidly oft The defmNwicd nmiiad slowly arose rriiiiMxill saratrhed Ijis nck retlertive ly ainrKlnifllcd away Presumably his liters slipped Into lay ladys tflrrljuce durine u tiiiiforary hloik mint thiplaza THE CAT CAME BACK Fell Fifteen Stories and Walked Back Upstairs flair tq tic story ofat rat tin pett of till Midday dub of Chicago thatt fell fifteen Hturiw Hi tlie nreaway of hit First National bank building1 cud is live anti iveli The animal plunged from a window of the nilllionaUes liinrh room on tlie lelghteentu hair the bg loop sky Wraper to the skylight of the haul miartera on the third hoer The heavy wire Kweenlugi abitve glass wan lJmt anal twisted bythe Impact and a few plwen of glass to 0110 of tin flerks rajrort on the lloor belaw limit the cat rArapcd uninjured I Fifteen infinites after fall the Itnimal ro ttfrnral to its quarters in the eighteenth liner lunch room OhonSlnff probable death down thin light shaft in pceferelKe to struggle with n lBoston errler Hie animal leap id n jrroup of till liutrficrs reacli isl the olndovv they hmzprmlat crash on tliu IIMVJ glass akylilu tlfteeti lloora below All liellevwl the cat had lieen crushed to denth A quarter fef aii luuir later hilt tIme horribly dratii was beiiig discussed at a scare of tables tIn cat came teach It sluyk tWaitl tIle kllch pn niul dl mtllwl1I ROBBERY NPARIS CAF S No Prices on BlUs of Fare and Waiters Impose on Guests I tell you said tIn returned Euro pean travelerilaklpg up tlie lmhllof fareiis a good deal of relief to got to place where one can kimw the cxact cost of things to and drink When on the other side narrowly es caped jiervoi s prostration because of tlje latitude in the prices of Items on thef intnu Paris Is about Pie worst of fender among Huropean cities in this respect In restaurant utter restaurant there jirlces are omitted from the bill of fare simply to give an opportunity to rile the pockets of time unwary Take my advice and have as close an approach to an Ironclad agreement as possible with your garcou regarding the demnltlon total of your meal before giving your oriler If you dont theres troUble and pecuniary loss ahead Time waiter with the county ance of the proprietor tof thc cafe wuji to aU ua can to lainose upon yotr FREE ADVICE Write usa letter descrlblnr alt your symptoms and we will send you Free Advice plain sealed envelope Address Ladles Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooza Tenn J2T gV story mfiT i cnn voucn for may be of Interest to American tourists It shows one variety of res illustratingIIngenuity American woman gave asmall Umch eon at a well lknown place to a halt dozeni friends She hail intention of making if an elaborate affair She knew French ways and had a careful eslimate made of the cost o the repast ordered After tIme Jiecond course she not Iced that time waiters were pressing upon Jier guests delicacies for which she lanai not stipulated and she ob served too tliat a point vas made of asking each person if she would hutye some of thi that or the other thing Of course time viands were accepted These extras were succeeded by others the poor hostess not being able or felt sue was unable which amounts to raptIdly overwhelming her pocketbook When she had a stormy session with the proprletpr she could get no satin faction The tImings were offered they were eaten Of a surety madame had ordered them else they would not have been served It Is impossible that madame would wish to have con sequences most unpleasant She widely paid the bill but the experience cost her tear So you see holdups are not con fined trt our beloved country In fact I think that our polite contemporaries over the Atlantic know things about the game about which our desperadoes are In entire ignorance New York Press POINTED PARAGRAPHS Trouble comes natural to gome peo pit just like frecklesl or curiy hair How differently our side of a fuss squndsfvheii presented by our enemies The chances tire if people distrust yon tllC fault lies largely with your self A man never cares a great deal iou pictures taken of him when he was a baby Tin idea that there are two sides to every question didnt originate with any of the parties directly interested It Is right to start ut In life with an ambition but dont overlook the Im portance of enjoying the scenery on the way wiiemn man picks up a pair of pan taloons her has not worn In a long time he always feels In the pockets to 3ee 5f Jie hats left any money in them AtchIson Globe HINTS FOR FARMERS LRYlnlf Witeat Stubble ITifch Inch whpat Is grown on farms where the supply of stcaw is larger thaw Is ndeded anti the market price is low writes Alva Ageo In 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