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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = 1 I POt f SJJA3LISI1ED Iv 1N1883- t t I r r 11LEW NQt29 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY cSERIESYOLX1V KENTUCKY JULY 18 1907 I100 PER YEAREJ o t 0 lIIiF TRUSTY i PRACTI- CALDENTIST Office over Haydon Barber jpntal work atreasonable prices fcwort guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY t ti 7 i OUR DIRECTORYI T SP IGFIELD county seat of Tashington Count1J 52 miles south east of iexin ton S9 miles from Louisville on Bardstown branch oi I ouisviUe and Nashville lailroad in iCi arming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone- slines express office flour mills lumber jariW Popu tion 1100 population ofcj i epunty 15OOO ReprcseutativC hi Congress Hon 3 Johnson Bardstown Ky1pr presentaUve in atide Hon W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Hriry Lancaster Lebanon Ky j T ibounty Dlrectoy fY f CIRCUIT CJOURT Circult Court cgion the fourth I Monday in Februaryj May rnd Octop ber l k Tharman Judge R ly Durham Commonwealth At I 1orneypRqbt ftiGleachmaDMaBterCommiBa erIt a u QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third C Monday in each month BVl Wt8eyf Judge P c COUNTY COURT County Court meets on the fourth 1 Mx ndayin e ch mouth 6f BI I ltsey Judge r WF Booker County ClerkwT S Mayes County Attorney George CatlettJaileri Sidney Qfiboutrie Sheriff Sam ndJlrSOn dt Dick Ishatb DcputiJEc1 utveyorf T P OBryan W T ilitcheli Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J rMJW pnah Supt of Common of Sohbola P O Springfield f CITY COUITeJames R Noe Police JudgeeJohnGraceIMarShaIth l VfF Grlgsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURTwJntice Courtsare held in January and OctoberfJuly Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH RcvG W Lyon Pastor Ser vices on the First and Third Sundays in each mouth at 11 amand 730 p SundayschooleverySulldaYatlpamPrayer a3ghtJ CATHOLIC CHURCH RP F Henuessay Pastor 5cr t rwerySunday at 8 and 10 oclock am Services at St Rose same hours a PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev R EC lawson Pastor Preachlnjr every Sunday at 11 am and at1 pm Sunday school ejery Sunday at 10 am Prayer meetln very ThurBiiay evening at 7 lcke BAPTIST CHURCHil j srorCzand 746 pm Sunday ISchooli every Sunday at 9i30 ara Prayer iacetiag c every Tuesday eTeninsr at 74o oclock r CHRISTIAN CHURCH TJejV WF Rogers Pas orSer vices first aVid fourth Sunday Sunday atU30ainI 1f Fraternal l orderst 4 ASONIC LopR Springfle1d1odgt No 50 meets first and third Mouday 1C el Poach mon tIi V Washington RJ Chapter No 57 tnee s every second TuesdayoSpringfield Council o52 meets on very tourth Monday KiiiGHica of TUE MACASKKS Meet t j rOcb1o c i FOLEYS HONEYAND TARI I Tim original LAXATIVE cough remedy lungICiiMilp everybody Sold everywhere 4 The g nuin I1qc HOHCympd TAR Uim y4IWpckage RefuSe snbstitutea- Pr red only by a Coml nYI Cicaoi 1iiiItRdC Dig iW StroL 1 r T J- 171EHEWS 7LL4DEI obacco jNews Winchester KyThe Dis YJ9bacchere wi h thirty three counties represented by sixty delegates The afternoont was consumed with re ports from various coun tiesco posing the district These reports show substantial gains made s nee the llast meeting of the co mittee about 103000 acres liave beE pooled or about 80 percent of the acreage Near y all reports indicate kt decreased acreage this year Ths w is not intentional but has been bi ought about by circum tance A shortage of plants is reported from many places Irt othsr places heavy rams washec tint or burried the a2ts la many places theI ground could not be prepared and th cropwas neyer sist he crop is late and especially on old grounds is not looking well The financial question has nob been reached yet bl1tj fOrths county the 25QD000 oihd will be financed to the extent of 100000 bya CSncin nati warehouse company The company will receive 6 er cent interest Jo cents per month for hogshead storage nd3jper hogshead when it ISJJ sold end in return will hojd the j rop for an indefinite periodtt J 4 Everett of Indianapoliss reskent ff the Amerwthi K o sIjeechn tt fall obacco organizations andtt by thirmeahsi form a close pooll hich ltt would obivate the necess ity of selling one crop before pooH g tfie other He was not n favori of eliminating the crop 1908 ind that would stimulate production in other places which nigh become permanent pro ducers and other types raght be substituted for burley thu- endering the efforts the efforts1 th liIli ti MIst mach troubles are quickly re tak y 2ipga hi t ach aeal Kodol goesI directly toe seat of thp trouble strengthens the digestive organs supplies the naiuril digestive juices and digests hat you eat It Jsa simple clean pure harmless remedy Dont neg leet pour stomach Take a llittle j Kodol after eacd meal and see how good IImakes you feel Money back Hit fails Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stores i i NarroMr Elscape M J H Brpwn Jr made a narrow escape from death Moo day afternoon He wao coming b own dnvipg a mare hitched to a buggy and when he arrived t tlerailroad crossing near the Pin i Grove church this side of his lOme the afternoon passenger train which was hour late can e along at a high rateof spe d The animal and buggy wee across the tiackahd the engine crashed into them killing the mare instantly and demolish ing the vehic When Mr Brc wn saw the train nearly ont hint and tbe engineer gave three shs rp whistl6s he barely had fine to jump to sa Ybi life He spraine an ankle and wasJ terribly frightened Otherwise heI tbatJ1tht Lebanon lconJ1Remarkable Rcccc c That true is stranger ihan tim has once more been demonstrated SnT the little townj ofFedcra Tenh thejresidence f p VJPepper Be writes I wjis in bed entirely disabled- w tho hqinmorrhages of the lungs aid throat Doctors failed to h Ip nip and all hope had tiedi w ten 1 began taking Dr Kings N w Discovery Then n lief came The cou instantI ceased tha bleeding diminished n pidy and in three weeks I was a le to go to work Guaranteed- c re for coughs and colds 50c a id at Haydon Robertsons- d ugstSre Trialbottlefree j I Boy Preacher IMr Hauls S SQmmes 39 Just closed a splend1dpotracted r iieetingat Rbck Bridge church twentyltseyan Be was aSsist d by hfs father 4 L 7 Rev EL W Summers The preaching was done by the young man who is yet in his theologi cal course at Georeetowh College rand is only about twenty years of age fle formerly lived at Cardwell well known throughout andtiStiS Washington Anderson counties Hollis Summers has grown from infancy with the onre idea of preuching tho gospel and under the thoroughly pious influence of his godly father he has im bibed a zeal and an earnestness which counts for more than gitted oratdry and eloquence in thd winning of souls rJarrods burg JDemdcrat There is no case of indigestiorii no matter how irritable or how obstmatel that will not be speedily relieved by thefg of Kodol The inajn factor in 4uring the stomach of any disorder is rest ajid the jmly way to get rest is to actually digest the food for the stomach itself KodolJvlll do it It is a scientific preparation- of vegtable acids containing tho verv eame juices found in a healthy stomach It codforms to the pure fobd ami drug llaw Sold by the Zed Cross Drug Store Would Stop Election Spit was jilfed in the Nelson Circuit Court to prevent the ocaJ ption election in the New Hope precinct of Nelson county which is set for July 29 The conteh ion of the plaintiffs iis that NelI soA county recently votedupon the question under the county umt law and that another dee ion in any pi KUIUUlljIUi the next three years w0uld be illegall At he election held a few months ago the county as a unit voted wet A prompt pleasant good remedy for coughs and colds is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup It iis especially recommended for babies and children butoodfor every memi erof the family It contains no ophites aadc does not constipate Contains honey and tar and fasts nearly as good as m pIe syrnp Children like it Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Judge Hargis + While Democratic editors areI gloating over the fact tliat the Somerset Republican does not love Major Adiimsthe Glasgow Times throws the following bomb into the ranks of its party It istb be congratulated upon its rank and fearless utter anile Timesdesires to go on 1The as protesting against the farther retention of Judg Har gis in any pOlitical capacity whatever If Judge Hargis del clines to re ign the Executive Qommittee should pass aIesolu on denouncing his condu it and declinipgto be her atter t4ssocia teivith him Kentucky Democracy canuct afford to condone or eyen cun tenance the retention of this man in its councils His sitting there is an insult to his pasty and an ffront to political decen- T He has been adjudged an assassin by a Democratic Court ot Appeals and ordered to pay SS000 damages to the widow of his victim Jtfdge Hargis should be foidoff the Democrat State Execjutive Committee His very presence is pollution his touch means political death Force him fftIie quicker the better Ttrc Arc few people wild know how to take care of themselves the majority do not The liver is a most important organ in the body Herbine will keep it in condition V C Simpkins Alba Texas writes I have used Herbine forchill aed fever and find it the Jbist medicine lever used I would not be without it It iis as good for children comImendt s Grain Cradles grainIcradles made of the best natural growth timber At the Fame old steiid H Bond Springfield Ky 1 There is no economy in things that are cheap in quality Green Seal paint is only cheap iu price Costs no more tban the other For sale by W L lYancy Mackville Ky IromisnomAlfDTMt VdPrv its PIuz I INTO 1 WATERY GRAVE Sad I CampJlast Friday Morning i Event Casts A Shadow of Gloom Over TIter 4 Town THE DEAD Jacob L Pardieu Miss Nellie Noe laughter of Mr and Mrs Charles W Noe Miss NTarv Comstock daughter of Mr and MrsW T Comstock Eddie Brown colored boy son of Bell Blown While members ofa fishing Camp the persons whose names appear above met death in a watery grave on last Friday morning j in Beech Fbr river about three quarteisot a mile from Maud a small town on the Springfield and Bloomfield turnpike and about twelve miles from Springfield The unfortunate victims were all residents of Springfield The bodias of Miss Comstock and tthe colored boy were recovered shortly after the accident and within a few feet of where they were seen oi sink The body of Miss Nellie Noe was recovered at about 11 oclock on the following morning a quarter of a mile below the fatal spot and below the old mill Mr Pardieus remains were not recovered until Sunday morning when the body ioseto the sur face near the spot where the accident occurred and was found floating There has not been an event to occur in Springfield for years that has cast sueha gloom over the entire community as the sad accident which took awav the lives of four well known people off the towntfhe first message came by telephone from Maud and stated that four persons had been drowned The news spread like wild fire and everyoneiwas soon making anxious inquiries for particulars Later reports confirmed the sad tidings and it was definitely learned that jlie victims of the unfortunate acci dent were Misses Nellie Noe and Mary Comstock Mr Jake Pardieu and Eddie Brown the little cdlored boy Immediately searching parties were organized and more than a fumdred men from Springfield were on their way to the river prepared to search for the missing bOdies BefQre the Springfield crowd had reached the spot the bodies of Miss Comstock and that 01 the colored boy Eddie Brown tad been recovered News of tbe disaster had spread through all the neighborhood and during tie day several hundred people had gathered on the IYVQT banks to render what iq they could in recovering lhe bodies of the Unfortunate victims jTH ACJIDENT There drea number ofmore or less conflicting reports siooutihu particulars of the accidenttJhUL after talking with sonic of the eye witnessssbe News reader is able to give the fbllpying version which we believe tp be correct in all its essential deh ilsA camp ilOg P rty11uLle up of the fami lies of Mtssrs U WNpe Jake Pariljfcu Richard Walker NVji CumstCck besides ptber friends had hoen hi catnp on tile river bank folLt day or tWo Tie men hue placed a trt line and had been engaged in running it and for that purpose had used two or three small row boats Two Mof tHose boats especially were frail aflairs and were not intended for rough use In the pasty were two ycung men Messrs fiarlan White and Ar thur Thompson who suggested to the young girls Misses Nellie Noe and Mary Comstock thatt they go boat riding According ly the two smalll boats were brougbtJntd use and Miss Noe embarEeq in the boatwi h Bar lland wjnte wnile Miss Comstock vteat wIth young Thompson The I T I young people were rowing about Jn the big pool of water above the old mill dam which is quite deep inplaces Mr Pardieu was ina larger boat and with him was the negro boy Eddie Brown He rowed out to where the young folks were and called to them to come back 19 the shore thathe wanted them to help with the trot line While Pardieu waS near the boats Miss Nellie Noe becamealarmed at the water risinin the boat in which she t wasridingand clamoredover into the boat occoupied by Pardieu The other small boat containing Miss Comstock anqE Young Thompson who also drew near and Miss Qomstozk alsj at tempted to get intothe larger boat but missed dell into droppedilom l t the girl bufin some manner probably owing to the moving over of the other occupants the boat was upset In the excite ment an1 probably in their efforts to help the girls the three men and the colored boy and the two girls Were all soonflounder I jog about in the waier which was som j twelve or fifteen feet deep The three boats were overturned and useless Justa what happened the accounts f differ The cuirentai that poina was swift and the unfortunatec young people appeared to be f doomed The struggle was briefr The drowning girls rasped des pertelyat their companiqns aid Mr Pardieu was seeii to Be making a brave effort to savec one or tjoth of the girls but the boats were gone and the shore was tOQ far away to reach Heefore any of theother members of reachIspbt the waters had closediover jthe unfortunate young VladiesPardieu who was a good swim mer was malting a desperate strugge He was evidently too nearly exhausted however to make ian progress atd soon sank for tire last time In the meantime tljie two young men s Thompson and White after p struggling in the water managed to grasp one of the capsized boats tfnd to cling on until helps reached them White was almoste unconscious haying gone down twice before grasping the boat to whfch heclung SSEARCHINGS disIaster soon spread and willing workers come frotri every dire lion land the work of rescuing stl1eW1S ua Owing to heavy Iraiiuthe night before the liYl1- IhJIIJgUI1 to rise that worning Aift current made tJ7WO kjof the searchers quite drflv ocultbodies of Miss Comstock and laerl that 6f the bclored boyC 11welI1t i c1careclCorhun red men drrtgged and livedf in thja river in the vjcinity of theIfatal spot in an effort to Locate thet two missing bodies huthwithout sflccess The pal cular f J place milljpond and a long and deep hole C of water is 19Ythe water was flowing freely J onjthe day of the accident The i useof dynamite was resorted to inthelhope of causing the i bodies to come to the surface butit eiffort was unsuccessful With tile coming of night the work of the searchers was sus pended but early on Saturday morning the Work began again and was carried on systematically more thoroughly The searchers f extrded operationsi pn dOWQ I p the river belov the dam and here it was that tlie remains of poor Nellie Noe were discovered where they had lodged in shal low Water The point was about a quarter of a mile below tbe scene of the disaster Encouraged by the finding of this body the searchers went towork withrenewed energy in their efforts to locate the one remain ing corpse that of Mr Pardiep Despite heroic work however ho trace of the missing body was discovered and the tired out searchers went to their respec eveningwithOn Sunday morning the njws came to town that the body of Pardieu had been discovered It Was found floating in the pool near where it had gone down by a colored man Tylor Bland who was on hev river bank alOteat- an early hdur The treacher ous waters bad giver up their dead after successfully resisting the efforts of searchers for forty eight hours The remains werp taken to a neighboring house and later on brought to town Thene was a geheral expression ofrejlief and thankfulness that the last of the earthly remains of the unfortunate victims of the great dhaster had beeu recover ed vTHThe sad dUlY of burying thp dead was the next trial of their frieods The services oyer the remains of Miss Mary Comstock took place at the Bapist church at oclock yOn Saturday afterr noon and was largely attended The funeral discourse was delivered by the regular pastor Rev W H Williams and six of her girl friends dcted as pall bearers The interment was in Cemetery Hill On Sunday afternoon the friends of the departed ones were Called on to witness the sand unusual occurenc of aJ funeral service over two remains one time At St Dominic at the same tiour the funeral ceremony over the re mains of Miss Nellie Noe and Mr Jake Pardieu was held and later on the two bodies wefe consigned to rest in St Dominic cemetery Six girl friends and schoolmates of Miss Noe carried the remains of their depart d friend to the grave Eddie Brown the colored lad was burried on Saturday even ing on Cemetery Hill after ser ices at the colored Baptist chur h Continued on page 2 iWiftDi Dollars worth of M I have been afflicted with kidney ind bladder Uouble for years passing ravel or stones with cxcruciarlnff alnsays A jfl Ihurnes a well coal operator Of Buffalo O hI got- ne relief from medicine until I begin taking Foleys Kidney Cure then the was surprising A few doses the bricl dust like substance myIkidueyst has done me 1000 worth of good Follys Kidney Curewl1 cure every orui of kkiuey or blaclkea disease oldattthe Red Cross DruK Store t 1200 Damaged by Fire Fire destroyed the carpenters shop in the LJ ind N yards below the depot Monday night at llrHOoJock entailing a loss of about l1200 The building was varied at 350 while the contents onsting of tools lumber and ther material was valued at between 800 and900 A large quantity of oil alid also djna stored in the building ren eied tile fire a bard one to fight ami the builcling which was of frame was c in pletely destroyed t is no j clnownchow tile fire originated utit iis believed to ave started from sparks from rum the yard engine which had oeen making up a train for the 0 b anch a few minutes the fire was discovered There was ino insurancerEnter rise t8aV8IyourIthananyotberII DeWittsIuneqnaled for backache weakjkid nays inflamt iation of the Bladder and all urinaij troabiesA weeks treatment for5l6c Sold by tIre ed Orels Dr g S tore1 t S l S suBsck 11 JON J I w f OO41J3ARE i 9 =1 The Town Beautiful j The beginning of Summer is a season when the wome of every village and town in the country may well organize work for the preservation and creation of tbeauty Street commons schoolyards cemeteries all need constant care and in man towns there are no officials who are entrusted with this duty In fact the men who work on the roads too often destroy beauty when they should protect it IEnlightened park commission ers now encourage the rowthI of bushes and small trees beside the high way at grea exp nse but in the country regions those very bushes ate cut away with a misdirected zeal for makng things tidy Ten women banded togethej in an association for beautify jlog and cleaning the towa car accomplish winders There is certaTh village wIsuch a committee has wrought tome thing like a miracle They have put the sidewalks in con ditionsj by picking off the stones cutting side drainsand keeping the turf at the edge neatly clit ped Wastebarrels have bee set in different parts of the yillage hey are emptied twice a eeel ahd relieve the streets o the hateful wind brown papers Bll board beeIabated women have painted it a pleas mtgreep an old f covered bidgc which has been dif figured with advertisements foi wenty years They have also set up a well drained ion water ing trough in place of an un anIitary one Finally Each of the ten woment has cultivated an attractive flower garden in front of herrown house and taken down the fence seperating it from the street Thus at one strode they thave forced the citizens to keep cows and hens off the stretshand juiid upa healthy emulation in lawns and gardens unlit in June the whole village litterti ally blossoms like the rosehTheYouths Companion Deafness CaDDor 16 Cured tby local applications as they cannotp reach the diseased portion of ear There is only one way to cnre deafness and that is by constitutional ramediee Deafness is caused by an infla dcondtioriof the mucuous ilining of the Bnstschian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a tnra bling sout d of imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the iq I namation can be taken out and thisttube restored to its normal condition hearing will be diatroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused byJ Catarrh which Is nothing but an in flamedcondition of the mucqug rur faces We will give One Hnndred Dollars for any r1seof deafness cued by Catarrh hat cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Told by Druffgiats 75c Take Halls Family pills fcrGon13 stipation fiMis5ioii The relatives hereOf Key S of M Cooke received a letter Sat urdayfrom a Mr Osborne aty telJinghthemCook had died the before fiJ OVER Premiums theiolirioV Mr Osborne said obnagheof Mr Cooks death As a card was received from Mr Cook at I05borntend written only four days be fore the letter the friends are hoping that pfemay not be true is Mr Cooksaid ntithin Ilb ut being sick He werit tq Africa last December as a mur fo sionary He was a brother ofMrs George Rose and Mrs LF Taylcr of Jhis city and aL I on of Rev StrOther Cook fo r miny years pastor of tbeShRWI ieeRun church Harrodsburg Democrat 1 TIi N2ic No 3 Number three is a vfronderlu TQiscot for Geo H PdrhisNf Jcdar Grove Mey according to i letter which r adsn After Offering much vith liver and ddney trouble and jOt c mmgc re ttydisdo raged by tile fail Ire tQ find relief I tried E ectnc Jitters and as o result I am a ell mao today The first bottle elieved and three bottles com eted the cure Gar nleed st on earth for stbmachliyer ad Itidriey troubles oy Haydon Robertson druggists 50ili I fc tMad Dog i h Sarah Gregory cQlored ofy anauels wasbrtten i ist Satuiv ky morning by fcm1utcog The t right hand was padly wounded ind she has been taken to Cleveland Ohio for treatment PhOj canine was a red hound vith white about its necicft hen came through B rdstown ndon to Woodlawn shgtitl y nitirig Mrs Guy Reynolds and went out the pike to BSech Pork river and turned up the creek in the neighborhood of Mr John B Stones arid is reported tQ ave bitten a little son of Mr Parrots Several head of stock trid a number of dogs were bit en and the greatenpart of thepv ave been kilted Trace of the dog was lost and he has qiedi probably The people along the route should watch their stock and dogs closel for the ossibe appearance of hydro phobia Bardstown Standard HeRrettteStlcic il have fired the walking iick Ive carried over 40 years J n on account of a sore that resis ted ever klud of treatment until tried Bucklens Arnica Salve J that has healed the sore and made me a happy man writes ohn Garrett of North Mills N Guaranteed for Plies Burns etc by Haydon Roberton It druggists 25c r t Notice to Creditors tAll persons haying cjaams against the estate of ThosjD K Olarksph decqasedj are hereby 1 f to present same to me in 9 care of fe L Haydon Spring i eld KyM properly proven and same will be paid tRC Ularkson Administrator estate of those DOJarkson Many of your neighborsjudg ou by the appearancepf fryouri 0 touse Green Sealp lIitaddsa dressy appearancette perfect t nish Sold by v7 JL Yancyt Mackville Ky i THE 3IGr BLUE GRASS FAIR lrooRionsTm AT LEXINGTON KY 25000I- n Aug 1217I 6 Big Days 6 toOVER S25wOOOo IN PTMWMK KOPPS MILITARY BAND rt The Great Knabenshue Airship PATLrg1 ASCENTS I r l The B SIIj I Mist ExtMsivi list if flit AItrIIrl ivr r jv i v 16ThrillingActsEchisyrori J t St iA Fs i w r TN 5W LEADER TITHE NEWSLEADER t t1 4 PUBLISHED EVERY THttBSDAT i tt 1 1UAYEAR IN ADVANCE 1 JSPRINFiLDK- Et 4 1 JJL DAVISON Jrd J jpcfubr btJRtneu notices 10 cents per ji IJI b ulsequonttI1srT1on J o Jails o lndiditlestln political matte Job work Is done at low rates utcasli si bJid OP aelijt cf 4 nTerttBlngcol tractS made on liberalct SDIB 5f Dbituarle MLnd resolutions of respect ients per line NItlntJ NT8I LDUflt7 fgt1tr tes IrUo- 250 triet Offices a j THUR8DAYJULY 11 1907- ANNOUNCEMENT 7We are authorized to announce J 4 t Rogers opof Springfield a caridi date for State Senator from the Fir k I teerith enatorial District composed of Clarion Washington and Taylor f counties subject to the ac ion of tho f Democratic patty 4S T r Republicansl are preparing to 7 make a vigorous campaign in the Statehis fall Augustus E t fVllson Republican nominee forci J GoverDor yU4 open the Repiib 1 lican State campaign Itt Mays t J ville where he will spe lr 4 August 19 While no other en t j gage uents are yet announced itis certain that Mr Wilson P will spend several days in that part ot the Stite succeediij gl J the date named This much was it decided ut a preliminary mett jug of the Republican State Campaign Committbe heldjot1- 5lepubli in headquarters u iiIs tort Louisville1 The commIttee orJ 1 g1mized by electing Col A Ptt Scott Chairman of the Louis J t tvilleand Jefferson county Corn irnittjee for permanent Chairm in t Senator A S Bennett Secretary of the Stale Central Committee c Secretary and John G YOPdJ of Vtt Sterling Treasurer t t a The most important move among tobacco growers ever at tempted is on in Louisville today x i Wh0re representatives of the growersfrom nearly county t in the state including Ibohd1- ri iJ and bure districts arLmeeting The object of the meeting is tto upite yarious branches of the itooacco growersinto one com pact oTpanizatioo to make plans for pools of the crops by grow I ers so that they will practically J r cutofT the market as far as- anY C other gupply is concerned and to secure warehouses in which i x to take care of the crop The Louisville Tbbacco Warehouse Company has oifered to sell to i the growers St per cent of iits J2 stock rOt 600000 Members of f r the growers organizauoc say I v that it iissRnerely a question ofI 4getting each couny interested to rate 20000 and that it is a simplei proposition However r ifisnot certain that the offerI will be accepted The Movement ii far reaching in its effect and developments are looked for with interest I t iFurtnualB Texan 1 j i i1IrE W Goodloe of 107 t Louis St Dallas Te sajs l In the past year T have become ci acquainted withsir Kings New Life Pills aud no laxative Levo before tried so effectually dis f 4 poses of malaria and bilious p ness Theydbnt grind nor 1L gripe 25c at Hay don Rob 4i4 ertns r drug storeINotice trI3XPS for the year 1907 for the Sprrngtield Graded School district are now ducton arid after AUfust 15th a penalty will be added on all unpaid taxes so- taxpayers can save money by I paying now f f G U WlIARTOiNV 4t J Treasdrcr i NOTICE j SHaving gone on of busmess in t SringtieId it be omEsfurgeut fttttt Icoilect all accounts due m opersops knowing hem SelvesuidebtAct om lVfec tiJ tfAor by eetling pro omntyit4 JJCRAVESt r INfIS NEWDIIiCOJot IJim 5 ls tAt Cui1i L SI J I Will Sell You 1- II Breeching 1- I j 1 I and Cheek Lines Cheaper than you can buy elsewhere I Quality guaranteed as as to the price v IIwell CALL AND GET PRICES S John Lily Barber- S e IJSucessor to Haydon Barber m j Ift Ir MAUD Again 1 talce advantq ItIopportunity j Of ehte Igof the1 0 N C Our little town experienced the greatest shock ana excite toent on last Friday mqruing whenlthe news reach d it of the erribe disaster on fne river just above the mill danj 1whcle by four persons lost tjieir lives The bereaved parents wife and children indeed have the JeepI est sympathy of the entecom nuDity I Missrs Hallie Huptpn and Mary Waketield attended chil divn exercises at MtZipn Sunday and dined with IlSn B SutherlaiiS and wife Mrs Bessie R idel and win ome BlUe daughter Nellie Ruby of Spring laeJd Jillve re1 turjied home after a three weeks visit to relatives here Miss Nanie Lee of Louisville is the charming guest of Miss Nancy Shehan Mr Carroll Allen wife and little son visited the latters parents Mr ffnd Mrs Z Ull Andrews Pridty I kMissturned home after a weeks visit h1 o Miss Veleria Goodlett ofj Hard stvs Protracted meeting begins at the Christian church here on on next Sunday night Mrs M L Troutuian Mrs Ora Grume and Two little sons spent Tuesday last with Mrsr1 B Virgin and daughter 1 Mesdames Jno and Thus Vir ginp Bessi Reidel and E S atley and Miss Lydia Virgin IGO guests of Messrs Albert at their bac Friday UhallesJSllEban Foster winsome oTr guest of her auit Mrs Beridict Janus Mr Robert Sutherland made his accustomed visit here Sun day Misses Lydia and Hallie Hus ton visited Mrs 11 D Stiles of Springfield onu day uf tile past week jQuite a number were out from Springfield and Bloomfield on lat Friday and Saturday to jjqin in the search of the un fojrtunatp pr nsw h were drown Friday Willie Virgin was1 in Bloom field Saturday Mr Rufus Goodlett off HaT desty made a livingtyislt here Sunday Mr Uhas Rhehan Miss Mar garet Smith Miss Liydui Virgin Vir Ernest GoaOpy and VFrizxle HeadI were among those who attended the hill ins exorcist1 at Zion Sunday 1Ml and Mrs Chas L wis qf BJcotniield recently viiited the llaiters parents here FRIZZLE EliSAD Cured ofBrlilirs Discasr Geo A Sherman Lisbon Red Mills Lawrence Co N Y writes HI had kidney diaaese for many years and had been treated by phy siclens fir twelve years had taken a Avjell now kidney medicine and other i em idles that wore recommend ed bjnt got no feiiefuntil I began us ing Foleys Kidney Cure The first half bottle ielieied me and fogr bot tIes have cur d me of this dreadful I disease Before I beyiiii tafiinjj Kol eys Kidney Ours I had to make vuter about ever lit teen minutes day and night rind prsscda brick dust substadce J believe that uottakclIlFoltheRed Cross Drug Store For Sale I A two horse po w or gi p1inei engine ingodlsiunnin gr rder Will sell cheap Apply ti the EQue Gauss MFO Co otV F Grigsby Atty 4i 4ItkclDeWittSl plil safe pill sure pill Easy ti talce pleasaotartleiYectlve Drives away headacnfea Sold by ti4 Bed Cross Drug Store dmANDim Gona poJtoi PrcTcats Poonn Commissioners Sale JIE Yoduni Atlmr etc IMIYs vs In Eijuity S B Yocum Guar etc Defts By virtue pfa Judgment and order ofsale of the Washinjrton Circuit Cour rendered at the May term thereof 1107 4n the abovU tye cause I shall proceed to olfer for sale on the premisis near WilliSbnrjj Vashinfr ton county Kentiicky on THURSDAY AUGUST i r 1SI07 At oclock 1AM or there about to the hifhest bidder at public aurtion eighteeiiproperty to wit A certain tract or parcel of land ly inland beiiiff in the count of Washington State of Kentucky U11 bounced as follows on the West by the lands of Philip Murk head on the South bv Lick creek on the East by the old Frankfort road Will Scott and John Gonleu on the North by the Old Duncan fain con taming 150 acres and iS poles being the same land owned by thy late George II Yocum and Martha Vocniu alhItne manner in vhicb it brings the most money For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute b nds bearing legal interest from late of sale until paid and laving the force tfld effect ofa Tudgment Bidders will be requited to Comply promptly with these tenr rQ LEACHMAN MCW C THE RUBBER TREE How the Milk Is Treated After the Plant Is Tapped Porn rubber Is obtalnoil from a Iargs Ive sixty feet high I lit trees are tap pod in the evening and the juke In collecttHl on the fullovin nionijutr A deep horizontal Jnoision is made nonr tho bee of the tree and then fruru it a voitual one extenJin Up the trunk with otlursnt short di tanres in m obliiiue direction Smallsluillow CUpS matte from vhiy aud ddel u the ar placed below the illC vsUl nk to N cche tht milk eaih iup lIg attich td by stiiliing a Iitf e of soft tlay to the 111 e and presin the dip against It Kaih life yields only about six oiunM5 of jiiieeMn tluve days T produce the rubber the Juice Il itiHl in the folluxviiiK maniHr A piece of wood about three feet lony with a ilnttenod day nuild at one orui oj It It dipped jn the niillc or this Is pfacid over it as evenly as posxjblo The milk Is then earoftilly dried by turnlHir the moll round and round in a whfle vapor obtained lbr huatliiK trtaln oily palm nuts till vapor being con lined within certain limits by the iiatrowtios3 bfHhe nock of the pot in whUli the hilts tire hated J1ah Ilayer of rubbor Is allowed to iictoiue flriu before adding another A praitieod Iiind taii make live or sii poijinls un li urNeor York American WEARING TROUSERS At One Time the Custom Was Regard ed as IrreligiousSIt will assuredly tsectu iion than KUaiivi that at yie time and not so bug ago Ihe wearing of trousers woo regiinleil as Irreligious The faot that iu Ktolier lS12k an oVder was made by St Johns and Trinity colleges that every young tuna who appeared in hajll or chapi1 in pan taktons or trousers should be omxld eied as ahseiit Is startling enough but It would npn ar that eight yea in later the founders of a Dothel chapel at WH Ueld Inse ted a clause Iii the tmst dee l ornlIlIQ that nnider no clr um stances wlintever shall any preacher bo allowed to ocvupy he pulpit who wears trousers This Is striking hut 1t Is even more Impressive ttb thud that the Rev Ituth Pourne one of thO two founders of tile Primitive Methodist Connexion raid of his Iofotmlnr That trousers Wearing liper driuklugCIowes will never get iictin And It would ucPd a Ktudont oftlu ISTeeHies lUble to ay prffl e ly wltpu this nswihied onnneslon be ween theology and trousers began and here the departure from Itwill end London Xotfts nUll Queries Salt In the appearance of Pnlt as Been in everyday use on tlje table In the kitrli en anti elsothorethhre Is ai paroutlv nothing parrlcnlarlyl historic but in reality there Is jn 1520 IIC Moses isiced Can anything which Is un savory be eaten without salt The lews lu auvlcnt times were boih xrniidosl to ure salt In their sacriflpes Herodotus born 4S1 IJ C notes1 that the KgypilajLs iiresorved mOatfish ami fowl by steeping them In brine The Hebrews Invariably rubbed ne born baibles with a eolation of saltito harden ll1fr akin make ItrheaUhy fallen nrevent skin diseases Wherever olt js spokea of In ancient writings It in nio t oinphn tlc Ian lwportmcelltantiqua upperbeIt rTTREASONJ TRIALS Sharp Edge Turned Toward Prisoner When Sentencs Js Pronounced Every one Is aware of the dreadfully significant part the executioners ax plays In trial flrhlgh treason The sharp sy nhol of death Is carried be sideLt not been sentenced says Macmlllans Magazine nud jusf before sentence Is pronounr d the sharp edge tis turned his way Evelyn who astiresemat the trial of Lord Stafford IiuiGSO tells us that the ax w us turned edgeways to the uu fortunatt nobleman so soon as It was ascertaii ed that the voting of the peers w nt against him an effective but ghas ly piece of stage management which must have had a sickening las cination or the unhappy anti probably innocent man In those dnys now happily one by no otto seems to have reflected tfu the unnecessary cruelty of iliuiTowli stlie toolings of men about tp r lyIIttyrand unpleasant ceremony as conteini tuously is dill Lord Balmeriui When the tlirey coaches conveyed the Lords Ii inn mock Balinerino and Cromartie from the Tower to be sentenced at Westminster on July 28 174G a dUll eulty arose It was not laid down by prescription or use In which coach if thore uere mure than one the fatal ax had to be carried Oil put the tiling in here cried brave old Bal merino I dont caro I5etfor this horrid symbol the undaunted old man cheerfully suffered death for his attachment to another symbol the white cockade But Lord Ivilmurnouk In the next coach was dreadfully frightened as he showed himself to be by lois thorough realizatlott pf what the awful ax would moanloliim litInquired njlnutely into all the details of an execution wanted the governor of the Tower to tell him whether his head would roll or rebound aiid when oil the scaffold he saw the executioner dressed In white with a white nprun he whispered to his chaplain Home how horrible REMARKABLE HORSES Some CloVer Animals arid a Wonderful New England Nag In his letter toilArd JranvIIle pub lished by the ISoyal Philosophical lcletyl who was fist greatly interested In natural history Smlthsou the founder oit the Smithsonian institution In Anierkaj says LQiiiion Ti 1its lates how tlie horse of Alexander tlie ft real Hiuijuhalus would at night on hearing a blast of tho trumpet from the soldiers on guard showing the ap proach of the enmity run at great speed to his masters tent nail with his teeth grab the sleeping mofjarcb + shake him until he sprang into the rtsu die and galloped towyrd jie enemy Also that the prir Caliph Haroun alIaschid in the ighth century In marching t wlrlr c fotccs of Queen lIrene of onstai ople always hIt n unrulier f trio Arabian horses I4lIreVt tleccndav I of the famous horses owl Iil by Hmaolj 4000 years ago throw foruarf as sCouts which from June to time returned to cann and by a eculiar whinny and neigh rtporteoll th pniximlty of the eriwuy Again relates the expcriemcs of the r rtug icse lore Albuquerque wha Iidor ma iy y tl18 In the six teciith century on the Island of Stt Helena ivIuMv he anti the nut tvis taught tit herds of wild horses lurc not only to dig potntops but to husk tyirn and these hoiyes descended frmn a herd tokyn there tn m Cnppfldoiia In the iosouidtoIciur3 as related by the Cireil hlstoriuu hill torgluR Hut to come down to the preoent- day It Is related by a retired Ntv Iincluud eioruyouonn whoso sounds of life had nearly run out thini nun tiny on leading His horse d rwn through a hue to a hook for a drink the animal ileuly haltid and turning Its licmi around frrahfied up with Its teeth one df Its hind shoVJ just drop Letl off and li dii hll1iinti Its month sIt ii4Ie nails backed uji aBQiiwn tone it on trt its hoot and with a few violent kicks nulled It ouaualn I f rHc Sw the Train Wa 1rwn miii wArV iojuing luto Bi nvje- rfroui n nearby toVn ou a local train other day TluMrutn stopped eryflve ifiiintis It KeKmed tl1JJCItItr the urn liefaimv hinpi4int tlntiHy when the train halttMl foK the trnglm to rt up fteIII1tht antnoItiiiAttui overflow Vjw what do you lliinkf tlits tra T snid tto thc otnr It hnt making tunch progrcss piled his Trhit- dlr rr ss should liPuut1tilt lniiiitient uiaa It wotild tIw fjurev 1 jolito tii en moving piituru n tills train ousver Poot In boubt rvlJitfir reatling the revlcw Irs1 Ather ton wrot lu Mr Jnt1J oa oilow- spar Mr JamesT toae read tyfttt monh ptVamtrt y nr roxlcw of my i1vjvvou tilmMy It mo know wethiT ksl It or not Slmtvly OnilTHUDE AT lEnTO EveTylioilvs MasOalne + Two Duolsv Salute lea vgot an excellent adver tiHcinctit out of a duel fought wtt day jjy Insisting upon holdltl iimbnHi up wrth one Imml Vbf fir IlI1I pistol with the otinjr lie onjj wllliu he couraprpoiwly said the risk of being shot but he excused from t eking the greater risij of cntching cold The rticl which Benjamin Constant who saflTeretl min Jtll1t fottgUt sit hut in a J ath chair miiy hnvb been H somewhat sindlar character Iloaor in that csaf was declared to l e t itlsltcl l when time liiul cliair wife IiUStrmul Magazine DangeijousFather doing finwna Datght41 Oh Arthut Is cbming tu nlglir and Im ci W6K fjamctlilns for thim fah r Knuca Enunn youd hotter Ill careful Yonllkcfep on conk hu Cor him till he hroaki the engage ment Ileitfip WIt I It tat sn Iot otfcAiiragp on lid part of a you ig man to tell agtrljjov pret tty K03d otherghI liLst LipilIaGfobi Deipei tp rJHle Suggestion Thatt young woman not Intelli gent auilnlblttiOr even deocitjy cdurtoO- UB fTfw Cbr but her father is worth a inilUqb ilollaiS IThen 1thinhslie shouti bo rJquhrOrl eltectrv ur t ISKEWE1 Method of Marking Meat In the Great Beef Markets Tbire arS about fifty wen in the me tropolis says the Now York Sun who know how to make meat skewers keep a record of their business transactions These men are the representatives of the Chicago packers who sell thou sends of quarters of beef every day to bntcllerseThe work of those men Is noeoin pUshedwith great rapidity Frequent ly they are making sale to a dozen butchei3 at tim same time and to record these sales In a hook Would not only cousumji a lor of time but would be difficult as all quarteus of beef look nlieIJIJ selected by the butcher The skewer are placed In such a way that eachI butchers purchases are cisily picked uutVuiili tthe time comes for delIver lug thVm As row of Jhe salesmen have aa many as a hundred customers in a day Itls evident that as many couiblna tlous of the skewers have to be form ed In no case are more than threft skewers used olin piece of bpef In one big Icebox there cure tweutj rows of quarters with forty quarters Iu each roui In ouch piece of beef worV ske vers placed at various angles stniight up two of them crossed iaud In every conceivable eoufllInat lout know by those skewers whom each niece iieiouigsto said thV salesman Kvery hoof jiouae salesinau hit own SlgusJ i This method of marking the meat Korves several purposes hi addition to that of saying tUne salosman from another house could not come In here mill find out what Iny customers have bought bv looking at the skewers which woijld be easy enough It the uncut hall their names on Neither can one butcher find out what qualify of bof auother Is buy lug could make a thousand slgna without using more than three skewers ou any one piece of uncut t A GOOD SADDLE Except In the South and Wesf Most Riders Take Whit It Offered A well known hpr cm m in speaking of the sport of rldin Ai the United States recently said Although there are a number of rood rulers In this rtjuntpy very few men except in the west mId south sel111 ti knqw or Care much about the sjuldleLtlKit Is thin vvny It is built They simply take what their dealer gives them In England it usual for riders to intro their suldles made to order and they generally know what o order to A good saddle fits both the horse flllll Urn tuna 1Itt should be roomy ev erywhere nut o ppelally so in the panels if you Ire heavy The throat should not be so narrow as to cause pin or- B wide as to wabble Plain flaps Ire most comfortable anU businesslike A felt pad or sit least a good saddlecloth should alwnysbe used anti to give n hiin appearnnc it should be cut to the outlines of the saddle It should he frequently washed and sunned nips should be open wide mId StirI that the feet caii be readily Iasu of a spillI InllA proper fitting saddle will with very looge girths and you find where it lby walking tile horse Around afev minutes before mounting with the girth unliuckled1 The horse will sJilTt thesaddle to the exact place where It Is most cbmfortitble When tileIPlnln Dealet A D ngeruir Precedent The lipsk qase Iiioh I havo seen of law veiNus justice nod common sense isrontxvhfcnIiiluigmf refutes as bar 41iit happened in his own day Som- oiaui were imideiHiunl to dcatl fo murder The judges were then inform ed by the ollhxrs of till ihfirior iourt cuistoohyIhad confessed themselxes guiUy of murder in question and had told so fir tlIl1lrit ntl iII tale that the fart placed beyond nil doul t Nevertheless it wiis deemed so bad a precedent to rfVoke n sentence and show that the law couhL err that tilL innocetir iheu were dellvvnodover to 1xecution Loq dpa GraphicSROYAL NICKNAMES They Tell Briefly the Story of each Kings Career how 10 kings come by the curious irickhaHtfS Unit have been bestowed wjvm them would be an Interesting pijliject for some ou Jo write vWe know fairly well liow Euglci IthoutI wl Its Lion llpurtiMJ Its Circa t ItsCOn or and its toiiqficrnr kings hut how about those of other lands Thust lruiie laiC had Its inonarclis who were termed the Little the Itold tx Staininerer the Simpji tl lhuloll lItItmil tho ralrIn addition to tho llundsome lUnXjed Affable Fortunate o ds VlsCi etcAiJennan history tells l undli The Cause of IHany V Sudden Deaths There iis a disease r vailiuj ii this country most dangerous h la liSt s lvreir lit ll tfv ManvsuOvlKii St deaths Ire causM1 Jyh it hcrt disX uitS1eiltiiIwIIJtt ivvvcJ r tlnlklt w Idln0k 1 UASlISlIflttI la Hi L kBliie trouble ii 1rSJz aUu th Jd111oil1oisn- tltuwhnllll t ed lbl1tKti withat tack flue vital orgtuiR ruisiti rutarrh off sj chesIa cure is obtained quickest In proper treutntcnt of theTkuinbrrt If you are feel jug ladly you cpa make no niislakc by taking Or Kilmers wampdioot the great Jdduey liver and bhMder remedy It corrects inability tollulllurillc anljl I scalding pain hi jmssiug it lIunocr collies thai unpleasant necessity of being compcle ltjo go often through the day tutu to jjct tip many times during the night TIC miM and the extraordinary effect if Swninplloot is w on realized It stall Is the higliest for its wonderful cares df the must tliitressill cases SManjpRoot is pleasant to taku mill is sold by all dmgoists in ftyccnt cud ouedolar size bottles You niay wave a sample bottle of this wonderful newMjs cove y and a book that tells all about it J both sejit f rqe by mail Address Dr Iil- WhenIoffer in tItus paper DpnU nmke any mistake but rerfiembertlienameSwamp Root Dr Kilmer s jvampRoot and the everybottI FOP the CampaignS Kentucky elects a full State ticket this fall and the catnpaign and electin will be strenuous You cannjot keepposted unless you read a Democratic paper1 tht prints THE NEWS without fear or favor The LouisvilleTimes I DosThisW- e have made a speciali limited arrangement Whereby we can send by mailThe Times 11fiVE MONTHS The Newsleader 12 MONTHS For Only 235 Send your ordEr for the com binatipn to THIS PAPER no to The Louisville Times AT Once as the offer will positively be withdrawn SEPTEMBER 1 another the Blind also tne Child the Fowler Blood lied Black Superb harp Holy and Lame Russia has Sad a wonderful list in Which the titles of Terrible Fierce Lion Grim Proud Impostor and Light toot are prominent Denmark shows a curious array Avltb Its Piue Tooth Forked Beard Single Huhgry Harefoot Lamb Pious and Cruel Hungary has had a Saint Ger man Thunder Venetian and a King Mary Portugal u Fat Idle African and Perfect Spain a Monk and Gouty an assortment of oddities includ lug the Infirm1 Ball Noble Strong Valiant Gracious Sickly Tmpotent Beneficent and Ceremonious The names in a way tell briefly the story of eaOh kings career THE LIFE PLANT Its Curious Leaves and How They Dlt and Bloom Again Visitors to Bermuda often bring back to this country as a souvenir of their trip tilt leaves of an Interesting plant the house leek family It Is kuiowr loc the life phlut and when the leaves to shrIveluttid tilde they SCL i out little shoots which in turn beat caves that continue to grow hind remain fresh and green for months The leaves are about four inches long rich green In color and of u smooth waxen texture If you take one of the leaves dud pin It to the wall Indoors It will begin to sprout within three or tour days be it winter or summer At first the top portion of the lent will begin to wither and shrivel up und this la likely to coiitiiHe Until the upper halt has lost Its green color Then Hut white loots will sprout from the edges and In time diminutive green leaves will appeir on these These little oft shoots Will sometimes grow to be au IInch long und contain several pairs of leaves The limit of their existence fIoW to depend upon the amount of heat and light they eq9obtalttSt Loijls tJ lobeDemocrat i Her Astral Spouse An unmarried woman was drnvlnjt dangerously near the threshold of th41 t age whore he miniated mustabandon every matrimonial hope Belonging as she did to that Jarge contingent of reJresenuIus she say her chance of achieving It dwindling to the vanishing point became keen and in her distress she ba- gnu to seek for comforting reassur aIIone of these wle women she was told My dear you1 nlread are mar thai on the astral plane ntfC It Is your astral husband who Is keeping the earth mon nwttY from you IIOh cried the ungrateful bride please tell hliu not Properties of Gold Pure gold is uiiatVectetl by the nt innsphero either 1 t ordinary tempera tutus or when tho Ulttul Is heated It is also proof against the action of cow plot acids when iised singly More dvef1 It confers Its properties more or loss upon copper and sllvef when these metals otto alloyed with It Thus for example twelve carat gold will with stand the action of nitric acid and tho atmosphere at ordinary temperature itt some of the copper will be oxl dWd during annealing Nine parts of Kolov may bo alloyed with ten parts of platinum Jn any ortlinajy cmclblo and lrre hihKiicli an nlloy will pot be uni form a larger proportion of platinum will free itself from tho gold onsolldl flcaflon and a homogeneous alloy of the two ni tais cannot be obtained Jewolors Circular Weekly kull Plate a Tuning Fork Thomas Stobor a fcJt ral prisoner rpcontly been tutu violently Insane at the MoundsvIIlo W Va penitentiary Stobor was one of Hoqsovelts rough ldeis and whiu in the service the ton of h iti was shot off A sliver Plato was u od to cover tifot opening and It Is said that In the noise and whir of ma chinory In the penltontlarj the plate bocame like a sounding fork rendering him Insane several times lt Is feared that his doinontla Is now Incurable Willing JO Take the Risk Do you think a parson can be boil rich mid harps dont know but Im wiring to be used for experimental purposes Cleveland Plain Dealer Bcdly Swollen TTewllt Larpe hoiltoa raovo alpwlj lewet4I dont re hnw you can 1jakt 70ur heidNgw Ygri rts Now Beadyy For Business The Eetaon Wholesale Grocery GorC Jannfactnrefsf Agents Lebanon Ky IAnd II achance at jour business We claim we can money on any article you may need in orfr Somesay they cannot do what they claim NoV momentjandfi1rIxniisvi le asking brjrather making you pay a32c 0 freight rte to Springfield It That true I mean an J averagerate Let I SpringStotakeonlyusseewilj cost youhowmany dollars average amounts to 480 Isthis correct That is what the L N says you must IhetushaveachanceI a a you One more word arid then va will leave it to you How long do you hate to wait for good at times when you arein a big harry When find I day somearticlegtiaranteethatthat infront that LEBANON you find you are out Yes if you will leady Phone maUatgooU our promise A trial will prove We ask no more I Wee Can toe You Money Willl You GiveeUsa Oallce I TilE LEBANON GROCERY OJ I L INCORPORATED T1 Ti- kIi1t i N N Liiclih Room co I Ice Cream and Soft Drinks I 11- have1 I fitted up my placeI of business on Main j Street next to the Walton Hotel for the sale of Ice fr Cream and Soft Drinks and will also have a- II LUNCH ROOM gII will also keep on hand fresh uitsofalr kinds 3 Everything new arid clean I respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage S e CL PRICE I crSIf t O lt t O If t Ift t t v frknisGnt1p I I BrandI BrandII t I I KillsIIIkiydon Robertsons ijj CORNER DRUG STORE t tIITi O1 t I I 1Begeri1 I T1arne55STopII I I StreetII 1jI HARESSJ W 111- I It Handmade harness a Specialty and alll repairing promptly and neatly don I r Jia11alsQ have with me the f Deaf kind Dumb Shoemaker 0 whais an expert workman Your patrGMKtI rea I pectfully Solicited r L Geo Jl Begemaui iji DR JJ1 I BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST- SJTEETH EXTRACTED ia WITHOUT PAIN fc 2 xlspFHOK Hagan BlqckjUp stairs rr iSPRINGFIELD KY i lii Dental Work Strictly 5 J Firstclass t 4it K fjR J CAlUDEI 5kg T fhYlGian W Surgeon 2 rt Office hours 8 to 9 am yS lto2pm I Offices over Haydoas Drugstore IJ i HLatoptonMD p Z Office in Onera House o1Oftlce Phone No Resfdcnce No 38 5p5 r WFGRIQSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW t Office over Peoples Bank- 8PRINOPIELD KY V f J J3 R BARDS M W FYATT RoBARDS HYATT Physicians and Surgeons l Office oter ow Hagan s grocery opposite Presbyterian church f pr W W RayPHY- SICIANANbsURGEONf J Office over Haydon tRobert Store v- SsonsDrug Phones 11 Office 115 J Residence 172 JOflNYMAYESmH fdH i rrAND LltENSE EMBALM ER i f rI TELEPHONE DAYIl9rNIGHT74- r SPRINGFIELD KYt Ralro d Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstowt And Springfield branch railroad t No 41 Leayes Louisville at iO p m Bardstown Junctioif f f 622 pm Baifdstown 606 p ro arrives at Sprtngfteld 705 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at il 520 a Ed Bardstown 607 am Bardstown Junction 650 am arrives at Louisville 740 ambNo 4S Leaves Louisville p 820 am Bardstown Jonctiot 010 am Bardstown 1100 amSarrives at Springfield 1230 pn SpringfieldNo44Leaves 100 pm J3tlrd town 220 pm t Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pmyNo 9Q Sundays only Leaves t F8priigfield at 715 am Bards Sj town 8 am Bardstown Junction f 815 am arrives at Louisville 935 amp No 91 Sundays only eavesrr Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown JuQCtioD 645 pm Jiard own 780 pnin arrives at Springfield 825pmr= f r lSl KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS c WITH Dr Kings New Discovery J FPR CONSUMPTION Price I 2FreeBupreat arid Quickest Cure for allaTHBOAT and LUNG liES or MONEY BACK i Jasper on Market r Mr Jasper Whallen formerly 7witMr J H Kearns o f Leba lnonKyj isnow associated with 1TL Smith Market Street between 3rd and 4th Louisville KyV cordially invite put Ifrieods and sour Ii iends to cal Ionl us when in the city5 and l iserid us orders for any good r iou may need r j I StraightI Whiskies 225 to 4 Tt i Per Gallon Bottled in bond 100 Lper quart 10 per case 4 ifF1Ye ship to Qjli points fron tjouisville House or horn 43 tftj and 425 State Street New Al f 1 bany Indiana t WL SmithI u i idr c rastches burns tuts insect bites and the many little cuts common t JOjevery family ieWittsi Carcolized bestremedyTt I J t1i Jjwjiimg Be aura you Ret QWItts t 4fck by he Red Cross Dru Store m w Early Risers i TOWN rnr W iiUiiji mnWmwroii LocalJlappenin s of Interest The Freestand Latest I AHAbout Yourself Friends 1 and Acquaintances RnnnnnnRriftftftftftftnn ft WYV ticksbYBFOR SALE A nice young mate and colt Price 5250 BR JOHN DEBO Buy the Fairbanks Morse engines and crushers best made N G Marks Agt Machinery of all kinds over hauled at N G Marks machine shop Gasoline engines a spec ally ITave your knives plow points orrsground t FOR RENTTwo nice rpoflsin- he Sear y flat Water connec ionsin backroom Applyto iV Lf Sejircy or to G C Car Tpenter V t What sr worth painting is Worth paidting welLI Nothing like using Green Seal vhen you want the best Sold by W L Yancy Mackviile Ky r Economydoes not consist in buying the cheapest paint with f out regard to quality There are some paints which cost less thothe Green Seal they are morejexpensive in the long run Sold I y W L Yancy Mackviile Ky I M IrvineAdams has Typhoid fever at his home in the countybMr Clifton Leachman work in the country was takentt ill and is now at the home of his Leachrpanin J If developedb case of typhoid It Painting a house increases its s value uti of all proportion to the cost of the job A coat rIwo of Green Seal Paint is an in vestment that pays bg dividends brpgs better prices Sold by ff W L Yancy Mackviile Ky t One well painted house in a neighborhood creates a demand for others leads to a general 4m provemeot in publib taste and increascp property value Ar liberal usa of Grden Seal isI sound business policy For salel i y W L Yancy Mackviile Ky Mr John Cambron son of quire Ben Cambron was married at Lebanon yesterday o Miss Teresa Johnson daughter of Mr John Johnson The oung couple will reside at the home of the grooms father where he fs engaged in farming OBryan Peter Co ship ed two double deck cars of lambs fVpm this place to Jersey City TnVshipment left here on Saturday Juiy 6th and did not each their destination until the following Thursday Sivtyfiye lambs had peiished and ten more crippled on the journey The shipment contained 480lambs tpeter Pan a twoyear dId trotting colt owned and trained by W W Evans of Lexington Ky worked a mile recently in 1c which the fastest mile ever worked by a two year old t tiis time of the j ear east of the Rocky Mountains The colt i is by Onward Silver dam Haliie Eiardin by Gambetta and is a half brother to Bettie Brooks 210f r Farmers Home Journal Onward Silver was once owned at Uardstown He is the sire of Mr Henry Edelens stallion Col John I which is handled by Greg Edelen on the farm near Springfield 1 The Fenick Local A S of B will meet on Thursday even ing July 18 to transact some Business andI to engage in a debate These debates ate be coming quite an interesting feature of the Fenwick Local Iand are serving tjie purpose of keeping up interest in the societ and good attendance a feature of every meeting Some of the farmer members are develQping quitea talent for debating The subjebt for the debate Thursday night will be Winch isithe riost profltable Tobacco growing or stock ikising We have often made the stale ment in this paper that we do not publish annanymous communications and persons de siring to see their productions 11in print must at least send their names The llama will not bg published if It is not Desired hut the editor insists on knowing to- W QIU te J indebted to such TOPICS I nnnnI nnnn ttItItSbILILfl21 nlJ1 communications nr received1 Wfe have before iia coniinuni cutipii signed Guess Who The veatlier is much too warm for us to indulge in the strenuous labor of guessing so we will derl7 lay away the tenI cutioh for future reference Lenard Baker did fairly well with his horses at Crab Orchard fair lust week Be captured first money in a trotting race with lhis horse Black Jack and won second premium with his stallion Sunshine in the roadster ring The friends of Mrs Uucetta McOlain were given a surprise whtn she announced last Thurs dav1ihat she had been married more than weekbefore t9 Mr Granville Hendren The Jwo went to Louisville oh the 2nftof the month and the marriage took plada iin the citywith the brother of the groom as witness Mrs MllW M C Stallings and is an energetic and and deserving woman vMr Hendrtn is employed by tlte Springfield Lumber Co landr formerly lived in the Snarps villfc neighborliood i A special freighti train of Jive stock consisting of twelve cais f of lambs and hogs left herelast week for Jersey City jThe greater part of the shipment of lambs which had een bought m the county by j the two live stock firms off j O Bryan Peter Co and Case Fitzgerald Co Owing to the act that the lamb market Las ee IJVT recently no money was made on the shipments as the tock had been engaged from the farmers some time ago at higher prices Washington cpuntyfchas lways been a good sheep raising county and the income for the farmers from that source amounts to a considerable sum annually Deathof an Old Citizen Mr Hillory Mclntire one of tll rSspecteditizens home at Mclntire this county in ageThefarm where he died on March 20 1820 and came of a family noted fpr their longevity His father Thomas Mclntire was one of the pioneer settlers of the county and lived to be pastI 85 years of age Other members of the faintly who lived to great ages and who ha ce died were as follows Henry Mclntire who Harrls1nMcTntiref Judge John McLntire who died aged 80 Mrs C roline Thomp on who died less than a yeari ago aged 92 years The young est of the family died at the age of 65 Mr Hillory Mclntire I was twice niarriel liistirst wife being Miss Theodogia jEnsor and five children were the result of this uVion His sec nd wife tlIsurvives him was Miss Sallie Monarch The sobS and daughters of the first wife who survive are Misses Saute and Ann Eliza Mclnure and Miss Georgia who is Sister Ceslaus of the Sisters of St Catherine and two sons Messrs Thos and Lee Mclntire Mii Mcintire lived his entire life on the same farm and was a man who was always held in theI highest esteem by all who knewi ttrim fie was a member of the Catholic church and his Ifuneral tdpk place on Monday morning atSt Rose Glasses For Style lIiere isa tfrcit deal of talkInowadays about fjlasscs Iworni experience that people ask- for glasses just for looks When thcwantlasss they want them bepause they want relief Tiny want them be cause they believe they can see better or easipc with them Thereasonimort ipeople wear glasses noy than formerly is because we hae a better icnowledge of the eye We Understand howl to give relief incases whidh a few years ago had to be endnred It wojild be as injurious to wear glasses when they are not neededas to do without them henthey are If you do not glasses i will tell you so I do not charge for consultation CF RUSSELL Scientific Qptlcan z x sfoftlccSpringfieldKy I qI I Out on Bond j Jack lisa rd on one of the Jwft umbrella menders who wee in jjail to jtnal on the cbarge of awaitI pocket book containing money ian i securitres from the home of Mrs Lua Wycoff was released yesterday on bail Mrs M R Chapman ot Louisyille who says that she is his mister camel to the rescue of Reardon and ftrnished bond Mrs Chapman majde an affidavit that sh was thej owner of real l estate worth morel than 5000 in the citof Loui ilje and she forI1Rea don s appeaSrance ab the naxt term of court Lon Thorn buS the other man is not so j fortunate as his companion and still languishes in jail PER rJAL Mrs Teresa Mudd and Mrs Lulu Kelly are at Tatham M iv John Spalding of Bards town spent Sunday here MIT and MrsK Robert son area French Lick Springs Mrs Jbseph S Clo brooke re turned rod BardstownMouday Mrs Garland Thompson oftLouisville is visiting relatives t here Miss PlagetSimns will visit Miss Nell Putnam for the Chau tauqua Mr rom Queen of Evansviile lnd scent Tuesday with Mr 9tL Price Judge 1 HThurnian and Cam lily have returned from Qriffin Springs JJJ III MISSes Flagef Simms and Mollie Spalding are at Tat ham Springs v sp4ritSaturdayand Elise Durrett j Miss Laura MayBrowii iof Louisville is visiting her aunto Mrs F M Martinj iOldphi S H J3ishop ths week T iMrsAnnie McElroy and daur ajltdpajlBt Harold Hurst of Bar stQn spent Tuesday here Hon Joljn W Lewis has re turned fl rna weeks yisit to his mother at reeusburga Dr George MI Shaunty of a Louisville was here on business the first of tho week Mr RH Edelen of Bards town spent Saturday aijd Sun day with relatives here i i Messrs Jimj Shultx and Len Allen spent several days of last week at Tatham SpringsJ j Mrs Frederick Manget of Louisville is visiting her parents M r and M rsJ W Lewis Mike Simms of Kansas Citya is here on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs B F Silnms Mr James Wharton has re turned to Grand Rapids Mich t after a visit to relatives here f Misses Sarah and Anna J Simms will visit Mr Len Matt tmgly during the Chautauqui Mrs Thos A Medley and chilll lnor Owensboro are guests at the G E Mod ley home Mrs C A Green returtied from sCrabl very much unproved in health Mrs J H Topper entertained a party of young folks at her home at Litsey Tuesday evening Mr Joe Tathnm of Uihi O1tt Ill has retumed lhome after a short visit to his moUier i tnthist county Dr J C 11 odd Misses Sarah ailid Nellie Sifnms and 4ennih i ii r i Price spent Wediesdny iiFvile yNIinn toil days visiting relatives hOIeHIs retutiiQd to 1ndianapt i lidI j MUs MabVK Thompson is t vihiiiug Miss Rok Montgoinerly t tlLetltlt t ta Bardstown has returned home after a few days visit to Miss Myrtle Price A Miss Beriha Haydon has returned from a visit with her sister at B ardstown and wiih friends in Louisville Mrs JJ F Simms and daugh ters Misses Sarah and Catbenne have returned home after a visit toi Tatham Springs Mr H M Moas Miss Susie Pen and Ethel Searcy lett this IJ week for a visit toth4 Jamrs to TI Exposition Mr Jamq Brown and sisto1 Miss Veola visited itheir sisteri t Mrs Nevvell McUlasky a Bloomfieid last week Miss Blanche Bonta returned to her h6me at Maple Hill Sat r da after spending week witlIii her sister Mrs S H Bishop Rev Anderson of Indianapo = lis delivered ap interesting lecture at the Baptist church Tuesday evening on the subject of China Misses Lula Myrtle Bessie and Pearl Campbell left this morning for Crab Orchard Springs wjier they will spend twp weeks Misses Lorinda Pettu Mary Rettus and Ella Thompson and Ira Holtsclaw who have been guests of Mrs Joe Pettus have returne to Lancaster Mrs Mike Powell of Uh ahol ma and MrrJames Allen of Bloomfield accompanied by Mr Barnes Hughes were guests of their sister MraV W Ray this weelc Messrs G B Cunningham nd Chas T Logsdon have re tnrned from al tripto Oklahoma City Mr C A Thompson who accompanied them went bn to flutchuson Kansas tbvisit his brotherIProf J Tc Noe of the fac ulty Df the State College Lex ington and wife were called here for the funerals of his nieces Mary Comstock and Nellie No e and returned Mon day Morning to Lexington 1lnto a Watery Grave Continued from page lJJ- ACOU l L PARDfEU Had lived iin the Vicinity of Hts11arlina and he was born in Clay bourne coutty Tenn where his arents resided bra while be ore coming to Kentucky He was 38 years of age and at an early age was married to Miss Mattie Walker daughter of M- rlreenWalkeljat Logood IndI esides the wife four children heoldest being a son of 15 years sdrviver There was perhaps iota more industrious and Jiard working man inthe county thjin Jake Pardieu He Worked and struggled sometimes through in an effort to provide competency for lftis family and He won the respect and friend ship of all with whom lhe came in contact The bereaved wife and little children haye WIG sympathy of the entire comm unity in thejr great lose- MARY1 COMSTQCK Born Augupt1887 died July 12 1907 She was the daughter off Mr and Mrs W T Comstock and was born and reared in Springfield She wasof a bright cheerful disposition and Had many warm friends both among her young associates and among the older people of thecommuni v Shi had been a member of the Springfield Baptist church for several sears and her life was that of a conscientious chris in character She had been a regular attendant of the Spriiig field Graded School and was a bright pupil ondu genera favorite with her classmates In the deathof Mary Com tock a father and dnother have lost a valuable aid and comfort and brother and sisters will missI her kindly advie1andheIp NELLI1EjOE Another one of the vic Ltnns of the distressine tragedy v as born May 20 1819 land was consequently justeighk eeci yv ars of age She wa the laughter of Mr and Mrs Chas W Noe and was borp and reared n Springfield There was perl mtps no brighter mind Iior srongor ella meter nmoip the- ounger set of girls of cipHng ed him possessed by N lhie She was ambit ous and ilented She stood at the head in hir clrssqs at school and won the rosppcb and love of both teachers and pupils Shel was edparentIa all their Christian fortitude for them to bear The heartfelt sympathy of may friends of the bereaved family goes out to them in this then sad hour i F A TRIBUTE Communicated Nellie how very very much you will be missed especially so by loved ones at home jand asso ciates as well How sad the death of this sweet girl and in such a shocking way God int 7w T55v5 zS- Jt I iHIGIIT 9 BIS1GHT 5 Ask for Bisi hty The now inVisible Dou9leGJass lhe Ionly double 5glatis that is ground in one PIECE for far and near wdrk We also sell the Kryptox and Opifex ja Bifocal Glass T t 3rhas one of the best Optical JM Stores in the State r tie has gadded toLJi9slfile the fol v lowing instruments Tile 22i I Geneva coiibined Retina t scope und Ophthalmoscope J- J and the C 1 Ophthxlmo j5naeer for measuring the as tigmatiu Eyes He has in C 5 stalled a watt motor and put in a dynamp for light C 5C5 5 Prescription and does all V kinds of frame work J Frames made to order tout any face He is making a C JJ specialty of fitting grasses 5 and fits tncm correctly and 9 guarantees satisfaction W C GRIGSBY The LndLut OpticianCBARDSTOWN KENTUCKY S Cr rcrf1 c heaven give father mother sisters and brother strength toj beak this great grief Oh how sarI iit most and does wake the entire community and how very sincerely dolhsyrnpthize with them Nellie was loved bv allI who knew her she being ofaIbright unJ lovjng disposition wits a general faQ tP to know her was to lovelier unny and 1mUtngither II all aline How cru1 llhi suddtlli snatching hf r from 0iir luidst seems how htrditi must be for loved ones to bear But remeinM ber bereaved oi es this will give you a desire to live a podtcnris tian life ii that you may mehI her in heaven Nellie in lier own sweet way wasalways readyI to lend a helping hand to any Who needed help always glad to be of service 10 her companions thereby commanding their love and good will She was a sweet and obedient chiFd to her parents their will being her pleasure Again do we most sincerely ask herpaedonesloss with the assurance that nitI lay all things will be imule pluin to those who trusttp God their all in alp jJ O W Mar3Tvlle Tenn TIlE RKLATIONSHrP Mr Pardieu and Nellie Noc and Mary Comstock were closelv re lated by blood and marriage Afr Pardieujvjnand1Jie Mofts raoTner are sister they being moaibers of the Wajker family NeUie Noe and Mary CJinstock were own COUSin Mrs Comstock being a sister of Mr r Ciarles Nee the father of Nellie i Cardof Thank We take this Ynothod l of ex tending our iieartfelt thanks tto those kind friends who rendered aid and sympathy in our recent bereavement in the lois ofour daughter Nellie and assure all that their kindness will ever be gratefully n membered ClIAS W NOE AND WIFE Cardof Thanks We wish to thank those friends who totidered such valuubjo ad and sympathv in iiir receht reat trouble tl4at took from us our daughterl Mary We specially wish to thank Mr Jones and Miss Annie Jones for ih kind1 t ness shown in caring for the remains of our daughter Mil iind MRS W T GOMSTOCK THE 1EXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles slId by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for Dr E W Hall 292U Olivo street St LOUH Send for Kentucky estiraonials Sliranlalcs VMoni Irnlalieu incase of stomach and liver tron ble the proper treatment Is to tim ulate these organs without Irritating them Orlno laxative lruityrup aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels without Irritating these orbrana like pUls vor ordinary cathartics It does not uueate or e tatakelForniaierugStoret oNr14RJfrk4rcfft i clearancer t ssaieiJt I OF MENS AND BOYS cLoTuING1haS= J I I Will begin at the Big Store Jiily 5th and continue until August 1st I IAvail yourself of tliicharne tog t a real bargain in a suit or separate Jair olE papls We are pver stocked in this special department and will offer 1t3 exceptional inducements in order to reduce our cj large stock Nearly every suit we offer was made I for us this season apd are cut in the latest style IThe well known I i1HhianArt SSUthcSS5iS Will be included in this sale They are equall to ttoany tailor made Every suit guaranteed to give satisfaction We are showing swell line of two 4 piece Juting Suits and SrgeCoatssuitable for Summer wear at reduced prices M tuL Ware i now getting ttogether all odds and ends and remnants from each department which you can buyat almost your price Bargains in DressGoodsS I White Goods Carpets Mattings Rugs tCi v 11CALICOBS 6S t1fI On everv Monday of each Wek of this sale we will sail ta Hoosier Cotton for Go nqt o er IQ ards to each cusJoAmer We have many qhr spJCials to fferj Call St e fori yomnsi- lfi t andII The Rob rtS OlaYbrOO oJ i1l- D INCORPORATED S tcl if w ai = Ift 1 1r tt1tl- 1 r iBargainsL Big Bargains t 1 f AT COSTIf i1 JN1 TIN AND GLASSWARE 4 A t r 7 1p Good bargains in Masons Jars pirjfgVv rt S quarts andhalf gallons = My stck of Groceries isi complete In everylihe = J Meat Lard Sugar and Flourr 4= f sold at close prices for cash Country produce in ex ci r change stmeas cash t ICASIIPAID FOR EGGS t 0 4J f FIVE PER CEN1EOFFFOR CASH Wj g t it LI W PLAWRBNC j H aaQ t IoulfflliK ILUlnllijl AND j i tss me E0ttII Ours are made to suit the season We have a full of l f TwoeGe 1 Sujtsbt For Hot Weatherwear = i olrIlight1 P t to please 11 i50 to254 Blue SecgeCotPBlack LuatrCoabiI OddPantsS i t I E Buy From Us and Keep Ci 3 t iGRUNDY MCINP4IRWi r r A T 7 4 Whit tho BlnSa Say with ibout bIrds 44 IcU u 1iat t1b1rdS1I1oteS are quite fistincC hbd sound the following words What to they day to you Kobla Quick r Quick Do you tblnk what you do doyou think svhafydu 0 do you think B1uebIrdPurIty Purity Foh s purity Dears Dear Thlnh of It Wink of It Bobo1InkBoboIeeb0111flk bob dHnke CrosCaww cdar bird T2Jttze tze BbbwMte quh11BobbObWhit Moreinorewet Goldfinch frelUnv bird Ke chee cbeeChee whewe whewe Humming bird Mouselike squeak Orlole Wm you Will you really b really truly 1i Song sparrow Olitollt olitchlp- cfipp chip ebedh rebew1ss wiss wlssi Thrush 0rop It drop itl Cover It np cover it up Eulilt up pull It up I Bluejay Jay jay say Tvbjeedle vhcedle Scarlet tanagefChipchirr Pshaw aitwaitwalt for me waif jBfackblrd Kongquerree or boba Ieabob Iee I About Canary Birds v Canaries are exceptionally affectlonf ate birds as every one knows who has A had them for pete but that they are jealous of their masters ox mistress v affection is not generally known r Many Incidents wlilch tend to forove v this fact kaveUeeil cited by bird stu vr dents particularly attacks made upon ipet dogs by a little yellow Creature so f tfny that the dog could have swallowed Vy itftt one gulpv They are jealous of H reach otber tOo and if you have two uch peW 3j0u viI1 notice ho grieved one will feel ie you pay too much at ention to the other One little bird Vnoie mistress owned her mate used to push her mate right off the perch vjien the woman tried to talk to him In the cage and get in his place herself whcfti she glftnced back indignantly at DickJeund tittered sweet little sounds to her mistress Cannries were first brought to Eu p ro1c ta tile lsteci th century They I Iabecame nlostopular in Germany DufleS 9trthe President iTteoretlcalljfk the president of the United States is the chief executiseI that is to say the man Tvhose busIusSI7 5jj5to enforce the laws representatives of the people The sovereign peopler through theiu ig servants in cougressexpress tBeEpWUl and that will If Is the business df the president to carry out a The president according to the con t stitutton has no right to make laws or to piss upon them after they are made save by the exercise of the veto power His jdleand only lbusiness iis to exe cute the laws as passed l y congress arid adjudicated by the supremecfmrt Such Is theory as mid town by the framcr 6t the fundamental law History of a Blackboard Eraser amI a blackboard eraser I am old now and nobody cares formc Iheard tiie teacher say tiirother day that she wbuid have to thfov me away because Fz1 made so niuch iiplse when I erased the Tyork of the boards 4Would you ilkewineto tell you my history When I first came into the elass room I had a lovely dark bluf felt coat- On my back ceretie words Board of Education printed iii hark blue also did not think I would be used very Smuch because was so new and beau tifnl but alas the cbiloron used me Wall day I laid to work very hard In eed His Editorial v It was the practice of a ceijtaic Ofljondon editor some years ag to vrjte lila leading article 01 2 article Hfet home the ifi1ht before puhjica tipn The rest of the week Iwtdid P1nothing One night his articles ha1i notcome to hand vit The oflice Fen oclock came 11 12 and stilL no sign ol an article There was dom j motion in the office and at list a L j messenger was sent to the editors V hoiise He found him with a laaa- of brandy and water before hiin tfind newspapers scattered about There was no article written viWhat do you want asked the ed itor The article for tomorrow Didnt I send jti Noat least lv 5it has not come to the office Give nie the Tiraes l The Times wat iound and handed to him and with iiS unsteady fingers he cut out one nf ib leading articles This be stuck upon a sheet of paper and thcu taking his pen wrote at tho top What does tlfe TTirfes mean by this In that form and vith that 5iiintroduction it appeared next morn ing as the editors leading article Brought Him Alive A farmer hired a green Irishman One of the firsl tasks assigned the uew hired hand ras to bring into the cow lot dead or alive a refrac tory bull that had broken into the cornfield The Irishman was given n shbtgunnd toldto s1ioot tle bull aninal liowed fight Jauntiifthe Hly lie went about his task Tlu firme stood at a safe distance to waixh developments As sopnaa r the bull saw the Jrishman enter the jcprnfiell he bolted at him bellow ing madly The Irishman blazed away with the shotgun and emptied he4oad in the boasts breast On rushed the bull madder than ever f 3he Irishntnn took to his libels with lue bull after him What jne you doing screamed the farmer at the fleeing Mshmar Im bringing him alive sin enouted the Irishman betwetr brcaths fWashington jrrhld7j- rtuuut aiuiicr ort a sajnuners ear Baked tjie muiow sweat wftliHay Hcd vra ber sealso her ccs It wasaf Mapd for a beauty T21Ze And vlif DJd aamthiSstrrlcve tierl Will raih r Maudlf had hay fcverl I itri Tribua ROD DUST REMEDY ten Salt anti Sea Water Uaect a a Cheap Method Consul D I Murphy writing rom Bordeaux says that considerable at tention has been attracted Of late to the problem of combating road dust which Is not only Inconvenient and iui pleasant but has been found deleteri ous to health The Medical society of Bordeaux called attention to the evils arihih from this cause and the number Slid nature ofj diseases directly traceable thereto Tar seems to have many ad vocates as a layer of dust but its use has been found to have some disagree able accompaniments Sea salt ands t water have been proposed as cheaper mid more effective remedies than tar The Idea of using sea salt seems to bo based upon its wejOcnown property especially when In large grains of absorbing the moisture of the atmosphere It Is this propertyIt Is tlajinod that will dampen the dust and titus prevent Its dissemination Dr Carl an eminent chemist of Bor deaux4 explplts the merles of sea War tor lie mentions the fact that when salt extracted fronrsca water becomes dammit Is because of the impurities it contains pure salt not being hyjjro scoplc carbonate of magnesium Und calcium UeUjg the principal impuritlos vhich provoke this liquefaction It has been suggested that these salts might be put into the ordinary water used for sprinkling the rokds As prepared In the laboratory how aver or as found as rosiduum in the factory carbonate of magnesium and calcium whave a market value which would make their general use very ex penslvei Dr Carl points out thatthcse salts abound in sea water from which If evaporated In great shallow trays by the rays of the sun Ufe different sjjilts crystallize in order of insolubility chloride of sodium being the first to separate while the others more sol ublet accumulate in the reinajnlngjwu ter few quarts of fhis mother sea wftter having value mixed with a ton of ordinary water 1ir Carl de clams will be found Tnost efficacious iln laying the dust jind preventing its dissemination The expense sudseem to be trifling No disagreeal6 odors would offend the nostrils anji no deleterious eIecfs follow Its use In American places not far froth thy sea the method advocated by Dr Cart might be found born lnexpeasive and beneficial A Chlldq Sermon On one occasion Harry and Ede vb little brothers toot it into their reads to have ctarch As Harry was he older of the two he snldIhl ba JIB preacher and preach you a ser- i Well said Eddie and IjU be he people And so Harry began by Announcing his text Aly bretlireuj ny text today is Te kind There arc iorae littlu texts In the Bible for little children and this is one of them Firstly Be kind to father Dont Dother him when hes busy Dont make v noise whoa his head aches Father has to work hard and earn moneyj Secondly Be kind to mother Dont make her tell you several tlroes to do the same thing My brethren we ought to mind right off tThirdlyBe kind to tIry She la small and lame and cant talk plain t Finally my brethren be kind tp the at Amen Brooklyn Eagle The Flying Tlilmt le Have a thimble which easily fitslyour forefinger Show tile thimble xm tho forefinger of your right hand and lay the finger with thimible on the palm of TOUr left which ypu then close Now ivlthdraw tbje linger minus the thimble The company vm naturally Imagine that it Is inth left hand but on open ing It they are astonished to see It empty Tile secret Is tjiat you t10 not ftlacci the thimble in the left hand at all but in the net of laying the fore finger of the right hand on the left you quickly blfli the finger and leave the thimble a Kreted between the ball if your thumb and the root of the fore anger only pricing the aro fingerrln the left This you insfantly close and then withdraw the forefinger You can jveiitually produce the thimble from jour pocket IP show It again on the lip of the forefinger by a reverse uaoro uuuit tare of the Eyebrow3 The jeyebfow should be breshetl to keep them smooth and clean the saint iSi the hair Rure petroleium Jelly ap lllcd with u tiny brush to the ro its of the eyelashes will causethem to grow and it wll not Iiijfure the eyes It should also be applidd to the eyebrows if you wish them to grow lie careful tvjt ta get the Jelly over the forehead ast will cause hair to grow yherejlt Isjiot desirable 5Flaky Ceilings Roughened and flaky ballings silly be treated with a Wash of alunJ and water in proportions of one ouhce of alum to one quart of water Tills will remove the superfluous lime which haa caused the roughness and make the ceiling fresh and vruite Cracksiln tile plaster may be filled with a p ste made of whiting mixed with flilo water calcined plasterand Water Casijo of FIh Any number of persons can play this game One person la it and he stands in the middle of the floor He gives each one a number then says Fish and gives a number of one of the persons He counts up to ten and If the person whose number is called does not teU a kind of fish before tba due thats it counts ten he Is ViL The game progresses on and the one who la it inay say Ajiimal In bet etc The same thing cannot be named twice If sowthe person who Mya it Is it J Buffalo Devoured Jiy In ecti A single Wood ant has been seen to attackand kill a caterpillar which ac tually weighed as much as twenty seven of its opponents The driver ants of central Africa oft times march through tho sorest In solid columns hundreds of yards wide They stol ut OHOOoScotr Emulsion strengthens enfeebledp t nursing mothers by increasing thVir flesh and nepreforce I r lit It provides baby with ihe necessary fatj Ei 1LwI mineral food for healthy growth L f ALL DRUGGISTS SOb AND 100pI iiutiiua VYnut rer a in tneir way is covered with savage insects whose pbwerlul jaws bitoillke fire A buffale lifts bean found devflttretlandskeletou jizeii bjj these rQ3islIeis Insects CounnitrnViia WJiy la the letter D like a aalltfrl neoiuse It follows thefaea G Vheu Is a clock ou the stairs danger When it rime down Whv is a baidheadea man like n huiittlTs dog He liialciJs a little hair hare go a rcitway Hfiyni Snniilsh Contsli The stale couch used by the king of Spain flthiawn by cijut pure white horses with white plumes and white harness THE HONEst7APOLOGY Never B3 Ashamed to Say That You Are Sorry Dont be afraYdor asliamccl to say that you ird sorry It inay bp hard but remember iiiat it takes two Jo make n qiiarrel and the chances ire that you wore as inuch IH the wroii as the other pcrsoiu Of course it Vbuld be better tot to quarrel In tlie first place but after nil we are only human nnd sometimes our temper getsHJie best of us Bat tile false pride that keeps ua rom acknowledging ourselves in the wrong is oven more deplorable than the unruly tongue that gets us into trouble in the first place A quarrel that does not amount to much in the first place can grow intp a perfect mountain of tfotible Jthiough brooding Dont wait for the other jipr on to express regret Come right out like a man orwoman and say lei sorry for my share of the offense Let us forgive and forget Jever part from any one with hard feelings between you Remember that many go forth in the morning who heyer come back at night Dont run the risk of having to go through life witl an agony of remorse in your heart And remember klsff that ever quarrel leaves a scar Ifou would prevent those scars from beine ugly wounds do not hesitate to do your share of making up Sweethearts will quarrel over needless trifles as much for the pleasure of reconciliation as any thingelse but it is a foolish pus time und gets them into the habit Di dispute If you are a wife never let your husband go away in the moaning with an nnforgiveh quarrel betxvt1 you Itwjll ijailkle in your heart all tiny and nothing win seem right or sweet It is twice as easy to exr props sorrow immediately after the quarrel as it will be if you wait a da It is usually a sulky person who finds it hardest to express eontri ti6nt The quick tpnipejcd person is as ready to make no a he was to take offense but the sulky person even thought be may feel desperate ly sorry cannot bring himself I FIY so and the rciolt i that In goes through ivtareat Ideal of unnec essary suHeringJ Dont lbe the kind that wont nc knowlcdiro the blame Say you ore sorry and say it sinccrejy Thcre iis no disgrace in an honest avowal of having been in tire wrong St Louis Republic MESSENGER BOYS LEMON IlctJirnn nOOOO He Kiiiincl Then SiiuriiR tit ii UN HcMvunl f Any messenger boy in the funnels district of New York will tell you how Postal MOJ got the lemon says tlje New Yorlc Times In meL fame linn tagged him so cUisoJy since he got Oro dollar reward for returiiing 0 000 Jn cash and drafts to the Mercan tile bank few days ago that be has had his number changed to prevent easy identification No lJriW picked up a ink messengers red wallet in front of J IV Morgan Cos office on a recent Saturday inside was an en velope marked with J r Morgan Cos name and so many hinulreil iol hir bills that the boy didnt stop ti count them A peep lute the eivHic showed a lot of drafts totaling more than SIOKM Without Visitation V1402 took tiu wallet into Mr Morgans blllco didnt belong there but the cashier easily Identified It as the property the Mercantile Rational bank He ail mitted the raesfeeTiger says that tb cash totaled 37000 arid called up th batik in time to save tne officers a tot worry They asked him to forwaiti the wallet and the honest messenger at ouce President Sohjjuck had not yet trans ferred his allegiance rom the Mertdn tile to the Lib Tty National beak and hcn the trim ipharl proceaion of ooy wallet and tijeir husky guardian in the person of 15lorgau s big ape cial Qmcer arrived the president was ivaitii g with an appropriate homily on honesty and an order oh the cashiiir He Jniuded me a fine lot of dope anya 14uii andi hen he give me the paper I fought It wits nil to the good When took It jlp the window li Little bbko with whiskers aboves out a two snot What do you fink of that for u lemoii DUl I Ulco It Say Ive got m vn Hint for fetching a curb brokers ru hers just frows me chest out and says cant do it I fink you need the money fCeoplt and go buy yourself a shave h Another hOldup llolfa ITank Sayj mister I found to dofe dU your wife is udcerUshii a rcr ward u Sc for Mr Enppck YoutUd eh Hobo i5tY7S and If youse dont gimme pi take It back to her See Columbus nispatfji Eicuuraaiinr No doctir tijc puflent begin I dont fool well at nil although I eat cud sivejy wellJiud Oh interrupted Dr Qiiao lr coufiI Cently Ill stop all tlmt in short or thlhjlionhlnh Maic iac Hotv He luiVYou uii ht to study Ikw Why man can you have forgotten that I tuna member of the bar arid that I tried a case for yoii last year No I hjavcnt Thata what I had In mind Chicago Xew g AVIOUS ARCHERS Stories of Wonderful Skill With Bow j and Arrow Th expression drawing a lougbow doeS rot of necessity niean the telling ofju frtlMhood It sometimes refers to a wonderful story wlilch may be tioi0 enough but which Is uo marvelous an to requires Trin trust in the veracity of the narrator to enabla th6 hearer to uelieve It Some 6T the longest bows of this sort have been drawn about bows and arrows These stories began long ago Virgil In the MCneid tells of four archers who were shooting for a prize the mark being a pigeon tied by a cord to the mast of a ship The first nian hit the mast th second cut the cord and the third sUot the pigeon as It llewj away The fourth archer having noth lug lift to shoot drew his bow and sent his Barrow flying toward the sky with such speed that thi friction of the air fot tho leathers on ircv nlul it swept oil liko a iiwtior to dida pear In the cloiiAs Thp stories told of Robin Hoods archery illustrated by his wonderful perfofinance us L6el sloy In Scotts tlvanhoe are also u decided straln upon a sensible persons credulity The fatuous story of William Tell doubted by ninny persons believed by others to have a foundation of fact iThere was a Dane named Foke of whom the same story Is told afid William of Clouciesiey an Englishman is sad ra have snot m apple from his sons head merely to show his expertness Most stories of bows and arrowsre late to the accurate him6f the archers but a Frenchman Blaise de Vigeuere tolls one that shows the tremendous force with which an arrow may bu propoHediif the bow be strong aid lonV enough According to his own ac count of the matter he saw Barbaros 51 u Turk admiral of a ifiip called the Grand Solyman scud an arrow from his bow right through u cannon ball R EAT fteTI O IS AL Hi GH WAY Ivnthubinstic Autot tts Ilaji One Bc tyrccn Chicago nail Xcw Ifcrlc Dr Gardiner Chapin and EL Sa gent Michaels of Chicago arrived re cently at New York aftcrcoverjng in en automobile 3000 niiles spoking a route for a national bightray between ChIcago und New York They left their city on Sept 15 and since then have been surveying roads studying the soil of wirtcb they are composed p tographing the surrounding cquiiitry parking ou their maps the location of revel pits and quarries and gathering material for a presentation to congress jf ir prbpositlon that the governnj ut place its mark of approval on and tve Its aid to tho construction of a nattunp nighWay between the two cities says the Ihilndelplila Iuljlic Ledger Dr Chapin Is a yunngluanof wealth flu ft an oiUlui histlc automobilist who duis not believe in excieiling the speed limit Ho Is not interested in automo bile races although li U much inter ested iiMliedeolopivvt of the gaso linc1 engine andthcv mige battery Lie believes that witii highway that Will furnish good tru log across Half tile continent the vikljus states will then concentrate tir good raads movements into providing feeders for that highway and that eventually tray el by automobile will be common be tween distant points and that the farms will be able to assert their hide pondcnce Of the railroads as gnsoline and lectrlc vehicles become cheaper and there fitted to thtr demands of farmers v Dr Chapins trip to New York his prqvidod him with u set of field notes so complete that he lelieves congress cannot fail to be interested in fliem Thief include coiuUtipns of soil grade percentages location of gravel pits stone quarries stone deposits sugges bali for roads that will feed the main Ijlgbway anti mutlv general information viMuable to road construction esnerts- Dr unpin wlicn ho has finished witlr fils resurvey will present lila minus and materials to ripr sentauiv s in con siross rInd have tho mattor taken up In cominitteo WTicn his plan has the sfimp of npjrivnl of the government hILt agitation for a hiziutvaj willbe started in tine state legiinttiire- sKSlIiigraoilaroii Years ago wobpuuijtjij fiym that had one field so thickly covered with this weed that t iiucnts would not Inure pabturctl a goose writes a correspond eat In National Stockman TluTe Was absolutely no grass Ve mowed it off anti put about live sheep to the aero and foil enough wheat bran to keep them in a thliving condition and tInt uexj sensiji a lifter blue trrass pasture was never stein Iiney land killed oVery last plant The cows wont eat It and It is fortunate that they will riot for If they did no use fuulil be manic of their milk but sheep like it and wilL thrive on the young growth PiixturliiK1 Slieeji oil Clover In pasturing either clovor or alfalfa sheep should not be turned in until the clover or aifalfah well grown aJtben should lie turned in when well Ailed up on otuer rats and wh tte dew or set is off utd after being jo turned tn should nrrer be taiien off bough n ehikl may be provldca where she siiietp nInny shade at liiJtidaj Oi a4d pasture wthn t1eir thittefstt lauiba will make proigiwos growth Profesaor Keuncdy of Ames la nomfl irutrn Jroyrrttlcr Cotta utid oats cfoiuid tujWther are i time liquored niter for the cow tliut hits fallen ouiewhut liito dlsre putu during the Jjits byioJiiJLt propa ganda but hndcr pesotit obatjltions I au u tlm if ltrwere ant W14t to DUt the MyraLg Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is tthe onl genuine hairjfood yiu can buy It gives new life to the hairbthlbs You save what hair you have and get more too And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy The best kind of a testimonial Sold ior ovor sixty yoaxal debrJCOOilM9 mrsPILLS w1S a Ola iiorne grown prcvencer xatdicao frotft rant again For continued re suits and to keep up the stamin a of the animals there la no better grain titan oatsL W Lighty In National Btockmau VKf Shiivdrar Sai the northern Doited States ttu snowdrop is the nfy garden floTVt that wp can count on year alter jee as trie earliest sign of spring Itsipen dulotis whIte blossoms with heart shaped Boa1 of green sning by Ilosstfttl jftcn appear before the last now Iwa gone Luckily even city famlllu aead not be without snowdrop for they have leen known to thrive In narrow passageAvays between tall houses Most bulbous plants like thebaking hot pun of midsummer In order to ripen their bulbs hunt tIne snowdrop thrives best in partial Jilmdo it blooms earlier if it has n diance at tile March sun but la one of tile very few that will flower regularly though less freely In dciu o shade ziti with a northern exposure Country Llfpiii Amftrica llecedliiK OuiiiH vfhe let remedy know for receil Jig gu tils pnys a dental surgeon Is to iaturat soda or bicarbonate of soda ised fiiely as a wash and also In init isi hig jthe gums Tlte sodij solution is io4riJii to line Irrigated flesh and ia ilso strengthening ia massaging rub die guhis wlfli a rotary motion from Xhe rootVdownwardse that any pus that njlglu have formed between the teeth and the gums will be forced out tar if left aroXind the vootj the foreign matter will decay and may eat into iiou and ruin tlie teeth The Bosnian RoasVng Jack curluna variety W tIne old fasii totieil roasting jack iised by the lioasants of Bosnia audVjIerzojjoviua when roasting sheep whole as on the owasiotiof wedding ceremony One often sees near u running stream a long pole having one end revolving freely in u socketed peg whlib the otLer overhanging tine water is equip tied itii miniature paddies This is the thosnian roasting jack The sheep to be cooked is Impaled on the leg a lire is lit underneath and white the current spins the paddles and the pple merrily round the big joint is cooked lterailyto a turn Wide W 3rI5 Ma aziue FivascdhessDi en y0u Tesr Yes he coiled last even lug wcs quite delighted when the girl broug it up his card essOh come row ton werent really delight ed Jess Cortalnly You see if she hadnt brt tight up his card I might Have oue down to him thMiklng It was some tie else Philadelphia Press Si ited F1or Something Vonr tie idmay bexoi u presl dent stih day lumlly think sol ArcliHtald is too modest ind retiring Oh well ho may sot to be vice pivsidoitt Phibdolphla Bullotiii The larp si Urn vlioppers are found in Smith America whore auntie spe mens reach n longtlj of live IncliejJ with n Kiiread of wluas of ttsn inches o tiritln 5u the or nrw There are maay ways of cailng for in orchard W work our land Jn corn as long as possible In order to cult rate tine tree3 and keep the laid clean This s to prevent us being troubled by rabbits Where there are no trees or rassi we cin put tine richness back nto the soil with clover if the land is deli this clover may be cut for hay poor it should be left and turned under to eni h the land as mfich as possible jNeve plant any of the siuall grains In tlie orchard Growth Is the itnet nee essary iteniirorllMJ young treT H iodd Missouri With tint IlootcrH The healthy liog Is the grass fed hugv A thoroughbred boar thats what ron want Brood sows should be neither poor nor fat Good bedding Is always necessaVy In tilt il Dont try to keep more hogs than fou can feed pcofitably The more the bogs live lu the pasture he better they will dQ Sunshine and fresh rIrurq great dls nfectnnts DouVfibut tnaiii out ol lie hog house Tan 1ur Army Jlen- An arnny general ordj r hits been la aluminiumjhalf luliiir mid of suitable thickness JBtatjiixnl with the tannin raill compii Jiy rcglitiQiit or corps of the wearerl will lt worn by each oOlcer and enlist wl of tine United States nrmj X1ifttvr tine Qeld kit la worm says tIne Washington Post The tag will be iCLSpeiuled train the neck undertieath the clothing and Is preaqribetl as a part of the uniform iftul when riot worn as iirerted In ttie ordciiuiil be habitually kept In the possession of tIne ovnor The tag he issued by the quarrcf masters department gratuitously ea lifted men anti at cost price to of flchrs r fiJtKix to Conch l +linS1ot Putie DeArth Horgafl the worlds chaa pion shot tutter will bo at the Uni versity Pennsylvania tD assist Coach tithe Murphy hi the development of tine redai d blue skitt putters ilela urlglnally froru Ireland but has been hi New York theluat two years tlif will bo a blBj addltiou to Peuua cuacliUiBStaflj While he has IU out siul conueition with Penus athletic tutors be Will assist the wan in want ways ilynn Still AUVri Tommy 1ttunnfflys he will COnIC out of retlromiiilt and tight Joe Thomas If one of thiS itrisQO clubs will bang up t J 10000 purse i Hiu Suggestion Tlmt young woman Is not Intolll gent amiable or oxen decently courte Otis j sMi but herfiither Iswdth a mUllor tjoMas L Thou think shashoiil be ra1ilhe codisulay a uutlc to tat riTucrV Conirher Ioarf fill Guru CODSBIDlllOll At A Hcrren Finch Ark writes FolevB Honey and Tar Is the best preparation for coughs calds and lutler trouble I know Uhas cured consumption id the first stages You never heard of any oLd using Foleys Honey and T rand not being satisfied For sale by the Red Cross Drugstore Si A NEW CHURCH I John Augustus Wail Starts Severn nay CreedleaBOrgrantxatlon A new church a creedless one was formed the other day It Is the Ka presidentJobilsays the New York Tribune Mr Wall Is also the organizer The first meet lug of tine Natlonal church was held at the Bprkeley Lyceum theater in Xtov York wlthlltbout 100 men nnA women present Meetings will be held every Sunday afternoon at the same place from now on Since the church was organized Its name has been changed from the National church to the National institute This Is the work planned by the president as ha announced It I want to build a church practically without a croed a society composed of honest Independent thinkers who favor sinking their own religious differences to unite for more progress and more lieavon right down here on this strug gling earth We will respect nil beliefs but we will be bound by none of them rh golden rule shall be our Ideal and we aim to niake this organization Institu tional industrial and coqperatlve In char rioter Should 9ui party thrive we in tend using our own united cash not for missionary work endowment funds or theological seminaries but to build our own self supporting headquarters In ev ery assembly district along with co operative hotels commercial enterprises skating rinks bowling alleys and even our own banks Insurance society and theater In other words our plan Is a stupen dous fraternal arid financial One based on the laws of scientific socialism We will advocate u higher unnelnsn life as our brother Jesus advocated It We will talk of the unseen worlds but more oi this one and sing hymns as well as col lege patriotic and popular songs any eonL in fact which has a refined uplift- Ingandenthuslastlc ring to It I want a natural not a supernatural church Anl ns Napoleon encouraged every man theyhadsacks so I want pvery man hind woman In the organization to feel that they can grow In It and if they have any talent as speakers or musicians or writers or executives they may as rapidly as thej develop those talents become leaders ta our ranks I want every zscmMer to be a worked I bslicvc In too rclisica of work tht rork which aaJcos you happy and caucoa no otto else to cwcat cnd stmsslo ta compete Tvith you The last day for pro testing qrcpda hl3 come the dawn of ant versal brotherhood is tore Air Wall wants what ho calls a sev en day chyrch On this part of the work hick he intends ta do he says In a pamphlet If business is simply gross materialism or wicked as the plergy often preaches then no employer or employee no matter how high w humble he may be has a right to become a church member Jf the church which is really the congre gation is so divine so holy on Sunday then I say when Monday tomes it has no right to let itself slip Into gross materialism again The truth Is there sliould be no such thing as gross mate rialism dny more than there should have been slavery before the civil war 1 here should be no such thing as ont holy day in seven Each and every day tlioiild be holy each and every day iould be a time for helping one another I The Molting liens Begin now tojrive FOur fowls amore noavy ration of nitrogenous foods such as llnsood meal animal weal etc and thus induce them to gro v a new coat of fenthors before thtf cold weather catches them in a halt nude condition Dpn Quixote Many grown people as well as lwy ind girls are puzzled about the correct pronunciation of the famoiis Don Quix otes name The Spanish method which some cultivated persons follow without being required by good usage to do so is Kehote with the accent on the second syllable and the final e as a in senate All tim best an thoritlcs however prefer the angliciz ed method K Uiiot with the accent on time first syllable and the o as in the word obey An Old Time Game Tine leaderS says I went shopping this morning mid Everything I bought began with A From the grocer I bought points to a player and waits for resj onsefrom the druggist points to another from the dry goods store from the baker etc The responses must be glcen quickly The penalty is to take the place o the leader A Disconcerted Scholar When llttle Arabella Kfupp first started liijto school ilime found It very difficult to follow even Mile Of course she tried hlr very best that Jtoocler should not frown And swift obedience she gave when teacher said flit down But the next thing that she said to her wjfs Little girl sit urn Which greatly disconcerted little Arabell Kriipp Nichola Where Snow Falls If joti are not a lover of snow go to Malta which Is the nearest spot where you are certain of complete Immunity If you are toad of It the suburbs of Rt Petersburg will furnish all you need tn ask for thieve you may bi 3Uie of it for 170 days In the year The happs medium is supplied by opianbageK with thirty days while PrJfenao Romrf E6a Venice with one two ajjd fire days respectively may be recoinzaended to iLj3o who merely care for snow as a casnnl and Seetiag guest London Giircnicls L How He Disd Missionary What became of the last missionary who was here CamilbalHe died of hunger Missionary Why did you let him go hunjrry Cannibal Oh he wasnt hungry It was ustClevelaud Leader The Gentle Blcachorlte Ball Playei Rlght field Is the wrong field for me cant do ny best work there Iviioeker Back to the farm Tine only right Held for you is the cabbage field Kansas City Times THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all CCShs an4 assists in systernbowels A certain i relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates KENNEDYS The Red OorerBloi om and the oney Bet is oa every bottle ttientt- LAXATIVE HONEYaTAR sra4AT rsr or O pWTt ft 00 OKJOAGO A 0 FemaieWeakness Last Fall writes Mrs S G Bailey of Tun nelton W Va I was going down by inches from female disease with great pain After tak ing Gardui Ohl My How Ifwas benefited1 1 am not well yet but am So much better that IHwllU keep on taking Winefof Carduf tilf I am perfectly Icured r Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies and rivals Cardtii still holdssupreme 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