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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti J Q KMQC QCJ- t ESIABJSHED S JIIf t tNEW SERIES VOL XIV NQ30 1 t SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON KENTUCKY jJULY 25 1907L i fJPER YEAR It I l RIFV TRUSTY I PRATC- ALDEKTIST iDfftceover Q vdon Barber t rental work atpasonable prices 11 work guaranteed v StKINGEBLD KY j JIOURt DIRECTORY I Iv1cpR1GFIEr41l cou tyseat of Washington County 52 miles IouthI aof Jexintqn 59 miles from Loliisvhlle on aidstowc branch off l40uisvUle and Nshvi1ie laUroad ina t farming arid agricultural district A Two Banks telegraph and telephone 1 lines express offic iflour mills lumber r4ePopnlatiojt l700 popu1atioxof f county 15000 M j Itepresentartivefu Congress Hon Ben Johnson liWBandstown Ky Rrcsenttive in Kentucky Legis ature Hon W DmClaybrooke Represcntative fjn State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky I c ounjty Direct oy C1rcuit CIRCUICOURT Coirt btiflS on tIle fourth 4otictiy in February May and October i PIHRx Durham Commonwealth At orney Robt ANoe qierkj v MG teachmalo Master Commlss oner L LIt QUARTEiiLV COURT QuarterlY Courdi held on tile third Lo day in each Jonth A3I Wtsey Jtiddge1 COUNT COURT County Coirt meets on the fourth wonday n edch i4oith t J3L LltseyJ ge WJT Booker County Clerk T S May cs Colnty Attorney r George Catlett Jailer Sidney Oebourae Sheriff S Anderson Dick Iham j Herbert Eddlemail Deputlea Ed Musters ft James F Moor i County Surveyor T POBryan Assessor a T Milcheii Dfcputy Robert Noe Treksurerv J M 1Qntgpn14OOroflet J W Busb Sapt of Common Bohoolfl P Q SpHngfldd r CITX COURT JamRS R Noe I olice Judge John GracejM rshal lVFGr1g5bY ityAttorueya JUSTICE COURT jhotice Courts are held in January April July and October i Church Directory METHODIST CHJJRCH RevG W liyon Pastor Ser vicesxin the Firsi and Third Suudavs in each monh at 11 a m and 730 p m undaychcbI9ry Sunday atlOam Prayer meeting every Wednesday aightj fl qATHOI IC CHURCH vReyr P F Hen essaY Pastor Ser ices oyery Sund y at 8 and 10 o clock troi Services a St Rose same hours y PRESBYTERIAN OffiJRCHr Rev R E G t davrson Pastor I Eroaohlne tver Sunday at 11 amiand at 7 pm Eunday school every I Sunday at 10 a nu Prayer meetln yery Thursday evening at 7 oclock C BAPTISfT CfiURCH Rev Wm Harrifidn Williams Pastor Breaching ever Sunday at il am- a 746 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 aim Prayer meeting eiery Tuesday cjvenuli Fat 745 o clock HURCHtoRev W F I ogers Pastor Ser vices first and f urth Sunday Sunday at930am- r1 Fraternal Orders f i fAlASQNic LODGS Springfleid Ipdgi Lmeets fi rat and third Monday etach month i 3rashtnl2ton A Chapter No 5 jineets every se ont Tuesday Sprinpriield Co uncil 052 meets on- yenr lourth Mo iday f lfi kmGHT3of T m MACASBBS Meet vii ir tacb me gHE MTIVEGOOGH SYRUP For llC cvehs and jUslsts la expelling CcWs from the sis 55nLIEUIeA relief for croup and 17000lngcoun othsrpcouch cures are constipating spcdallr those niQpa1cKennedys Laxative KoneyTojr moves her bowels contain 1JJIO O KENNEDYS ill The Rod Qover Die coxaanltlii Honey Bcs U on TCTJ kottla LAXATIVE TnfcJfcttqUni I LlTAIflI-a HOEYARMxrAMo AtTJIK oKATorr or L 0 Parirr iL op OHIOAQO u g a r SOld by Bed pross Drog fcJiro i i w c wrr r i If JITHE NEWSiI3ADER jt i WW tl UJ W mi fri A OF TALK Jm M oo GThe bOb ace Ol Growers Association of Amencad Society of Equity met iin Louisville last week and dls- cussed a big proposition lu fact the proposition is considered much too big and cumber some to be in favor with the average ttobacco grower It is proposed to sell to the tdbacdp growers for the matter of about half milli jn dollars the controlling interest in the LouisI vine Tobacco Warehouse Cof The WarehousB Compajw has trcr the orrnwpr an o lionutl1 til October 1 to purchase entof per c the stock at 70 the com pany retaining the remainder of the stock on condition that thet Louisville Tobacco Warehouse the chief warehouse benter of the pooled Interests oft the tobacco growers branch of the American Society Equity A committee the tobacco menI was appointed to consider the- roposition and report to thet growers meeting at Winchester August10tJJ but it is said that ltbeoffE r is already rejectedE It seems to us that it would bet the wise thing to turn down such a proporsition fqr more 1nhefirstrplace There is entirely toot much heavy financing being worked off on the tobacccgrower- heI promoters haVe been making half millioiy dollar propositions to him so dflen oft late that he is in danger of loosing his usefulness as a grower and will sbon be having isions of Wall street and get generalr 0ube that it is not likely that theii tobacco men will accept as they say that by building seperate warehouse and allowing each cIpr jits home warehouse they canc scfigure that they can build theset htt a cost of 75000 while the scheme offered them py thell Louisville Warehouse Company would exceed a halfmillion dol lars expenditure of money ttm I EBANQN B00ZE GRAFTERS The Lebanon papers are t kept busy nowadays publishing items from the police court or writing up the shortcomings ofe the unfortunate viatihurofjags i obtained from too much Spring Splast week headed a column off such items with the announce ment that trips to Springfield responsible for several arrestsa made during the pas6 week The quality of Springfield booze jis doubtless no worse than that i dispensed at the Lebanon booze j shops before the advent of local option so the trouble must be with boozers themselves An old booze grafter when shut off for a time from his regular supply accumulates a thirst equal t to that of a camel that has traveled the sandy dessert for days without water but unfortunately le has not the capacity for filling up and carrying or rather not tthat of carrying that the cstaiel has and the consequence is atf glorious jag when he strikes an opportunity to releive that mighty thifst Springfield happens to be for st short time only the nearest and mot convenient point at which the Lebanon booze fighter can get his supply and until the salons of this place are closed next month by the reason of the xphation of their licenses we may expect regular visits from our Marion county neighbors mahy of whom rarely visited the town until after this state of affairs went into effect After the fifteentb of next month ome other point will have the privilege of quenclppg some of this Marion county thirst and the Lebanon police court will doubtless continue to do much business t 1m HE CHAUTAUQUA Spring field and Washiniytrkn 0 ounty have been well cdin the attendance at the ohanlt tauquaat Lebanon last week andl ithis and thoseiwho had ttnepleasv ureof attending were well pleased 1 WUqUaASsociati9nRhQUldllbe ing for its a good thing this affording for so spall an expense the privilege of heaving sjome of themrst prominent men as well the most entertaining speakers before the american public today JIt is a privilege that few communities are so fortunate to enjoy and the people should en courage the movement Yet they do say that for some reason the people of Lebanon were not working in harmony for the success of the Chautauqua and tthat this state of affairs made itseif felt on the gate receipts The Enterprise openly charged tthat some people had falsely and maliciously circulated the report that Hon William Jen nings Bryan would not appear as advertised But Bryan did appear and so did all the rest of tthem The expense of securing the seryices of such distinguished speakers is great and we understand that the management of the Chautauqua willprobably not be troubled with paying a dividend this yearsTf the Chau ttauqua at Lebanon should fail for lack of financial support it will be unfortunate for the com runity and the surrcunding counties and there will be none 9 regret it more than the people of Springfield and Washington county t I UNNiNGHAM The many friends of Ule land Cun w of this place will be interested to learn of the honors he is winning at Columbia scwhere he is attending law school The State published at that lace contains the following MrB J Winglauci editbv iu hief of The Cariolinian last ternij yesterday receiyecl notice the essay submitted by the Cariolinian in the slate intercollegiate essay contest had won the first medal with The Clem son Chronicles essav second honor This cortest Which is he first is held by the State Intercollegiate PJ ess Association and two medals ire offered for he best and second best pro ductiors Each college maga zine is entitled to submitt one ssay which it has printed during the year A Copy ot eaeh essay is sent to three English rofessors out of the State and their seperate grades are iiet turned to the executive com mittee who combine e grades nd declare the winners The Carolinians essayClAn Un hanging Democracy tto a chang ing People II published in the Spring Dumber of that magazine- was written by Mr Clejland T Cunningham law 08 of Spring field Ky THe Carolinian is proud of tthe fact that Carolina wins the first medal offered by the association Deafness Caniioi IB CnreJ by local applications as they cannot reach th rdiSc sd portion of the ear There is onljT irie way to cure deal ness and that is by constitutional anlinflamedlining of the Rustschian Tube When this tube is inflamed you hare a rumbling sound of imperfect hearing and xvtiArrit Is entirely closed Deafness is the result and nnless the in flamation can be taken outaqd this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be dietroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing hut an iq flamed condition of the raucous lur faces at We will give One Hundred Dollare for any case of deafness caaeed by Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circu larsfree FT Cheney Co To lcdo O Told by Druggist 75c i Take Hallsl Family PiUs fcr Con jiipation t Big Cattle Sales Mr Monte Pox acting as agent for a large New York firm who will slaughter these fine Kentucky animals for the Metropolislpurcha tie dealers about 500 fat cattle which averaged frdm 1400 to 1450 pounds The price raid ranged from 560 to 6 00 per hundred and it represents thousands of dollars for the feeders The following isa list of those who sold and the num bet of head From Lanier Bros 60 head average 1400 att from Gentry Bros 160 1600 average 1452 a 590 from GP Cecil G5 head aver age 1400 at S575 from George McR bert 130 head to bede livered in August at 5 50 from Joseph McDowell 78 head average 1400 at 5 fiO The exact number sold was 93andi- iepresertsea large portion of the fctt cattle in BoyleDanVlIe Advocate He Fired The SUckI I have fired the walking stink Ive carried over Aol years on account of a sorb that resis ted ever kiud of treatment until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaranteed for Piles Burns etc by Haydon Robertson druggists 25c Wycoff Wins l li At the declaratory contest held at the Carslisfe court houSe under the auspices of the W IC T U tfthatcity Tuesday Mr George F Wycoff won The contest was between several of the leading young attorneys and created much rivalry Mr Wy colT is a graduate of Centre College class ot 03 He won the inter collegiate declamatory contest while in college After finishing his law school course he located in the cap t91 of Nicholas county where hp h4J enjoyed a fine praciice Dan yille Advocate Young Wycoff is a Washi g ton county boy jeiug a son of Mr and Mrs John Vycoff of Mackvilie ATLWMDollM s worth of 8oi I have been afflicted with kidney And bladder tjouble for years passing gravel or atones with excrnriarluff pain says A a Thiiruet a well coal operator of Buffalo G I got no relief from medicine until I begin taking Foleys Kidney Cufc then the result was surprising A few doses started the bruckdast like substance end now I have nopain cross my kidneys and I feel like a new man It has done me 1000 worth of good1 Foleys Kidtycy Cure wll cure every form of kidney or bludkea disease Sold at the Red Cross Drug Store A Remarkable Woman On the farm of Mr Wm M Spalding near St Mary there liveslfamiJv in which are represented four generations The oldest of this fomijy who is a great grandmother is eighty nine years anda remalkable character She soemfc to haye perfect health rises ovory morn ing at four oclock awl during thQ past week has gathered ten gallons df blackberries each day by ten oclock in the morning This task she performs voluntarily and alone She was born in lennessee and has been in the hom of Andiew Jackson many a tjme Many remarkable stories she can tell fHOld Hickory With her live her son hoi YIraj nd daugh tel and great grumUfaughtet four generations under one roof something that rarely over oe euis The old Judy has nearly OLO hundred descerythints JIg- ood lhealth and unusu tl strength at her ixtretne ng due b lit ves ia due to early nsHig end much outdoOr exeiciae Lebanon liji teiprse Tbere ie no case tof indigestion no matter how irritable or how obstinate that wjll not be speedily reeved by the uee of Kodol The main factor in curing the stomach of any disorder is rest and the ouly way co get rest is to actually digest the food for the stomach itself Kodol will doit It is a scientific preparation of vegtable acids containing tho very eame jjuices found in a health stomach It codforms to tho pure food and drug law Sold by theTRed Cross Drug Store Mauhineryrpf all kinds overhauled at N G Marksr machine shop Gasoline engines a specialty i OUTRAGES COMMITTED AgahtNon Association Far mers Down in Western Kentucky A special from IIplun file telh of the latest outrages committed in that section as follows The v heat thresher of John Fields was blown up bv dyna mite near Oak Grove in Chris tian countv this morning fields was thresliing the wheat crop QfDivWorilf who is not member pf the Tobacco Association Fields had been warned not to tfiresh for nonassociation farmers A stick of dynamite con caalad in a bbndloof wheat was fed into the machine and the explosion tore the front part of the machine into atoms Two negroes were badly hurt One of them John Garrol sustained a fractureof one leg and was otherwise severely injured The other whose name has Poi been learned was badly hurt The repealed outrages in this talHr adjoining counties are caus intense bitterness and now that the first actual bloodshed has taken place conditions are expected to grow worse every every day Twertty five masked men took Nathan Hester aged fiftyyears a Trig county faroier from hi1 home at midnight a dattbE point of a shotgun mercilessly flogged him witha rawhide j Before Lreleasin him he wiif Irl1tai Iy kicIedand inistroatedr His wife vho has heart disease fainted wton she saw her husband djraggod away and is inn neryous condition Hester wa a forrreVmember of the Favtn Ta Association hud deserted several III uths ago He had not heeded the wajniaga to raise no more tobacco and wiuat r Kemarkatle Bmc thanitllndemonstrated in the little t wni of Fedora Tenn the residtnoc ofC VJ Pepper Be writes I was in bed entirely disabled with hehimorrhagepof the lungs And throat Doctors failed to help mrand all hope had lied when 1 gaIr taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant relief came The coughing soonI ceased tha bleeding diminished rapidly and m three weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds SOc and at Haydon Robertsons drugstore Trialbo ttl efree J FostofficeRobbed The postoflice at Bardstown was robbed yesterday morning and about 200in moneyand over 200 worth of postage stamps wore stolen The burglars entered the building by the front doorjand prfznl open the door which lead from the corridor to the post office proper They had with them a sledge hatrimer and two chisels which tl ey left behind them The combination was was broken ort wiih tho sledge and dynamite inserted which blew open the dear of the safe The mopev and stamps were e rried away and no onfI Uitv of the burglary until th OVER In Premiums postmaster Mr lohn B Weller came about 6 oclock to arrange the mail for the morning train rIhe explosion was heardbya number of people but very liltle attention was paid to it The postoffloe clock stopped at soy enteh minutes of two oclock uid thel explosion was probably the cause of its stopping There isj no clew as to ho the burglars were They wore not seen by any one pot the postoffice building Mr Prank Smith who lives on Market street about one hundred yardvestorthe postoffine was awakened by the dreachrdbimen coming from the direction of the postoffice who are bellev ed to havetieen the burglars al though at tue time the crime was unknown and no serious thought was given to the occurf ence The burglary was one of ihe boldest ever perpetrated in this commutity and must have been the work of professionals Standard tee Are Few people who know how to take care of themselves time majority do not The liver is a most important oryau nnjthe body Herbine will keep U lin Alljacexasfor chill aed fever and find it the bPst medicine I ever used I would not be without It ib aSgrtcd for phildreji Iis it is for rowupeople ann iI recoir mend it It iis hue fT LaGrippe Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Gynthiana Dry Local option election held in Halfj diysN carried thecountYbY a majority of more than sixteen hundredfIn Cynthiana vhere tho strongest fight was made by both sides the drys succeeded in winning by forty seven majority Carrying the frt and spcond wards and losing the third and fourth A praise 8el ylceattended by two theusand peqple was held at the local option tent to celebrate the victory r All ibfteen of the county precincts were carried by the drYB r Tli Noo 3 Number threa is a wonderfu mascot fort Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according tot letter which rpadscc After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by the fail ure tb find relief I tried Electric BItters and as a result I am a wellman today The first bottle relieved and three bottles com pleted the cure Guaranteed best on earth for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Haydon Robertsoh druggists 50c Notice laxes fofr the year IQOyfor the Springfield Graded School dis emit are now due On and after August hVJi a penalty will be adtledon all unpnia taxes Jso ta aYers can sivvevmoney bxy paYing now G U WHARTON 1It1ItI Treasurer IBuythe Fairbanks Morse- giies en and crushers bpst made N G Marlrs4gt BIGi BLUE GRASS FAIR UKCOHIOIIATJSD AT LEXINGTON KY S25000 thei Aug 1217 6 Big Days 6 OVER S25000 Jn Premiums KOPF9 MILITARY BANDtt t The GreatKn berishueAirshi DAILY ASCENTSp The BosandMost Extensive List of Free Attractions ill ihi Country IB Thrilling Acts Each Day16t d4- rajSHOUjjcrejLjjiOjjY FACTS IN FEW LINES orig1pateincenturyItoffnty1heorthyThe Tvorld has about 21OOOOOe of vineyards of which fully IflodoOCO acres are In Europe CJheinlsts gay tInt all records written with the ordinary Ink In use will be cottipIetQly faded out in seventy years The Gorman InsUtute Athens has1 dlscovoivd a gold decorate ellficcllie- xenyutlng hear PIlos which Is bailey ed to he the palace of the Homeric King Nestor John Fair a higlil respected citizen of Montgomery Pa has at his bethIsniall keg containing sevQral quarta of cider which he made fiftyone years ao The cider Is now black In color Dud isverystrong Garrett J Hopper of Williamstqwn Muss while cleaning out a IJringor his ostaje unearthed twoperfect speci mens of arrow heads appear head am a tomahawk The tomahawk had a remarkably keen e 1geIOn San Juan hill bounded by jpil Slxtjfirst and Slxtysecohd strecti Amsterdam and West End avenues ii 1u1U173popuIonsOne of the free rural dellveuy cif rieis of Ellsworth Me covers hi route by automobile He covers tweri tyHve miles in 2 hours aiyl 20 minutoK k delivering nu average of 339 pieces ti mull and collecting 127 nieces rime old brick factory at North Mon mouth Mo has had quite a history J was built In 1845 for a starch factor ami since then lhas been used as a boo webbing factory a storehouse and nov Is tobe turned iut4 a blanket mill A resoiution In favor of restorln th iinino of Kruger avonue to one of th chief streets in the eltythe origina nape was changed to Alexandra ave imup attr the littCwarbas been reject ed by the Bloemfontein corporation An error has been detected in the la scrjption on the pedestal for the staVm of tilE late Duke of Cambridge ii Jlinelndst 1003 The duke 1itd In March 1904 The total bonded debt of the United States is only 92r 000OGO mia that ol New Vork city is alreadj more thai half that of the national government At the present rate of iucrease the me tropoJis will have the larg tlndebted nes in the years The government of Brazil Is authorized tq organize a regular service fo propaganda of the mineral wealth the country especially as regards pros Itacting and chn iMfdeeiris espedien i underiA bride alas sued In London the otne day for ref feShujents supplied for he wedding feast The list was as fol lows Four and a half gallons of beei one quart Scotch one pint Irish oujt bottle of gin one quart of port one pint of sherry one bottle Of claret so dna lemons Ttees are now being useil for SHOT breaks and to take the place of snot sheds and fences which border all thV railroad lines crossing the Rocky mOUn talus In time north More than a hun dred miles of these trees larva already been planted In a section of one of the transcontinental lines hiondonand Marlowe Chancellor Asquith wa a prominent flgre lr clad ordecet that no speech should excooct five men tonces hut his brother Max BeerBoiim was able to construct a witty and com plimentary sentence of oOOvwords A Paris jeweler tins ought a larg mini per of stones which have beer found In mines on the czar prl1h property Every year stones from these mines are offered for sale by tender lu the same way as the forest lands anc mines belonging to the czar are occa sionally sold by the imperial cabinet The German kaiser Is sending to the Harvard and Columbia universities presents of throe valuable works One Is a copy ot time works of Frederick the Great thirtyfour volumes another a copyof the works of Adolf Mcnzel the painter and time third a copy of lila volume on tile uniforms of Frederick the Greats army V lied Cloud the famous Sioux chief Is now very old mitt realizing that he must soon depart for the happy mint ing grounds he has Issued a pathetic appeal to tho white people 4o be good to the poor Indian Once a fierce war tier and a toe to the whites Red Cloud long ago became peaceable Ho stiU retains the old style garb of hIS race but he appreciates tie value of civilization The Earl of Durham given to Sunderland museum euto ibloglcal collection of American ppciians which trere secured by the fiw t Earl pfpur han when he was goteir1tm1eal of Canada They Jufcjue oOOO FCEI pItS mostly butter lie niotha niu lbee- tles and also stLk and leaf tnect locusts cicadas dragr1 cbs ntulsN dew Sonic of ttia latter are of tic tarantula class meastaidi4izt inclttt Ijcfoss A rpoclal exhibltlpn ls to ibt made of them One of tbo o igltial town sltocs of Leaven 7 artV 12 still living In that prosperous KniiEfiis city This is AT Kyle who In lS5J wlth a few nsoocl ntos selected the site of Trhat ts noE one cf the biggest cltifes In Kansas He made the fiiSt survey for the town lust 6u ldeof Fort Leareiiworth then n from r jroat for the rotin of settlers r7maraUdJnrlqtRgS He has lived o eterSlnrotn toos him two month3 i survey the ije nm1 then two or vireo mwie mcbttfOwcrC consumed la clearing time l ilshflia tti plaronot bigger tbaii the pwriBnt businessdlstrlct She Was Fed MlstsirLI 3cJ st4uber to feed the cat tviiry day during my absence Servant Every day but one maanj HistressAnd didnt the poor thing lave anything to eat ill day Servant Oh yes maam she ate tho canary Chicago News I Penalty of Loaning Whats become of t ur umbrellal Iloaned It to Tompkins Why doesnt he return itrThe owner caught him With It atidI Scmanded It Milwaukee JenttMl I w r 8I CMOJ SUBSCRIi ION S 8 OQAIEAR S lQGClS I COUNTY ORIGINAL ROUND THE PHEASANT GROVE tIl rotractedmee1ingh s coni mpnced at HillsborS- i jrT Miss Mabel Thompson visit lug m Lebanon this weekV i5vjting I Miss Mollie Hines of BookeiC Ts visiting her cousin Mrs IVpA Smith of Pleasant Grove Mrs Will Smith and Miss triptof SpringUeJdisgrahdpafenis Mrand Mrs Human 1tMr Roy Wall lo4 a valuable horse one riighvlast weekvl Mrs J H Hopper entertained a party of joung foiks atherhome Tuesday nightr Mr Sterling hompson went 0 Wiliisbiirg one day last week otiiqMisswere at Tatham Springs last TtiVsday We arehaviog very lldtweath ar now and the farmers are needing rain Mr W H Sweeney iis the ruestof MIrs NtP iThomponIBlackberry picking seemsto be the orde of the day now Mrs Garland Thompson of Louisville is visiting relatives in the couoty this week iMrs Will Smitb ot Pleasant Grove and her cousin Miss Mollie Hines of Booker were i- iiin Scrugg3villeoQenay last week on busin ss We had quite a runawaX list Sunday Mr Boss Leab- hmanshorseran 0 uphise severly MCnre CoDsomiiion A A I Herfen Finch Ark writes Foleva Honey and Tar Is the betpreparatiou for coughs colds and lung trouble I knpjr it has curgd stagesYou iiW any pee using Foley Honey and Tarand not being satisfied For sale by the Red Cross Drugstore L Tradgedy at Ha rodsburgv Hiirrodsburg Ky July 21 Qreat excitement prevails in this town tonight owing to what nearly proved a trjpe murder when Buster Phillips a work house keeper and wehikuown in the city shot his wife four imesj with probably fatal effect puta bullet into the side of his Misterin law Mrs Kyl Wat IEssho may also die and 4inV tshed by attempting to kill I Thomas Sauce the ball ppnetra ting his right shoulder Phillips is fortv years old and bis wife is a ycfongjand pretty girl of eighteen For sometime he has suspected her of bewg too intimate with Salee who 13 also but eighteen years of a e Cn order to discover the truth of rumors that he had heard he lett home a veekitgo butVasj r kept in touch with what w s transpiring tHe learned that his wire w s4 at the honje of her sister Miss V7utkinpv and that Sallee was with her He returned immedi hery Ittbehis mind tp kMSill concerned and end the matter Pftiilips is under arrest Lilt e l hope is heldout fdrtbe IrecoyeijT of the two women butitis iot f bought that SaleVainjUrywil prove serious A prgmpt pleasant goodremady lo b J coughs aud colds lIs Kennedys IjiJe ative Cough SyrupIt is especially recommepded for babies and children ibut good for every member of the r tamUy It contains no I cpiutfla a d t does not constipate C miaih4 honey and tar and taste nearly as guild aa mipie syrup Children like j itSolqfby the Red Cross DsUjt Storey r NOTICEr2 Having gone outoLbuiaasin i Jtk me persons knowiiig tfci 1i Jlves indebted to me will coafff rif aror by settling prb RiJAS J QiUTs Ar iW veyo11 cycles oyt ground at j4v 1 w TM fEN LEADaR iiJwThLlTflj NEWSLEADER PbBLISHED EVERY TIHUBSDAY f t IkYEARINADVANOE 1 t PRINGFieLDKY L E fcDAVISON Jrr i I tioca or bv lnes notlces 10 centsper t scquentlnsertlonFCalls on candidates and political matte 4Jobj oVkls done at low rates but cash sc M paid on delivery of CIOE AaTfertlalng contract made on liberal 8fmtf gOblt arIes and resolutions of respect ints prUne lljNNOON NfS dnty Magistrates t 250 sl trial Offices h 1r 9 i THURSDAY JULY 11 1907 == J INOUNCEMENT We ire authorized to announce J Roger Gore of Springfield a candi I date fir State Senator from the Fif teenth Senatorial District composed p j of Ma ion Washington and Taylor counties subjectto the acti n of the Democratic party r MAuUI Miss Mayme Lee of Louis yille continues the charming t guesK of Miss Nancy Sh han I Miss Bessie Settle htfs as her guest j Miss Baird and the Misse Cochran of Louisville 1 v Mr and Mrs L N Arnold entertained the following at din i ner Sunday Bro Cokc Bro Coukling and Mr and Mrs Pal inerGoatleySThe protracted in progress at meerngisnowchurch here and attended which people in and around here know how to appreciate the excellent sermons so well delivered in the- impressive manner as charac teristic of Bro Coke One never tires of hearing him however lengthy his sermons may be Mr Patterson wife and little son William of Belmont wl o have been the guests of Mr M L Troutman and wife returned home Monday 5Mr Goddard Grundy of Valley Hill was here Sunday Messrs Earl Whitman and I I Will Vandyke ef Fredericks Iburg attended cjiurchi here Sunday eveiiingU TypeFlauKwere among others who attended county court Monday I Mrs Kate Shewmaker and Master DorChester Cruinei visit ed Mrs Thos Virgin Thursday Mr E S Goatley and wife were guests of Mr Hugh Goat Icy and wife of Valley Hill Sun daye entertain Miss Margaret LyddaneWilli honor of beLouis r JjMr JohnieGoi din and sister entertained a number of their friends Saturday evening in honor of their birthdays An elegant lunch was served at 1030 oclock Music was a feature of the evenings enter- tdinment i Mrs Emma Karrack is the ifl guest of relatives here and at t tending meeting Mr Bert Flaugher and wife were guets of relatives here i Sunday Bro Benight of Louisville ilr John Tucker of Fredericks andCvdeG3tlpy i dinedwfth Mr and Mrs Thos iiVirgini and daughters Sunday Auumbecontethplate attend ing thfe chautauqua at Lebanon t next Saturday Miss Lula Thurman of Louis yule5j isj the guest of Mrs Josie t Settle near Booker OurKttle town is gay with fair F visitors consequently the young men are wearing their sweetest smiles As yetno one has been em ployed to teach our fall term of school We overheard it re marked that no school would be held as there would not be enough money to employ a good teacher however we trust this rumor is false Such a town as Maud wIth such very intelligent inhabitants surely will not per mit their children to stay out of school a whole year just for the J sake of a few dollars on their part FnrzziEHEAfi CnrMofBrMrs Distasc a Geo AIBoerman Lisbon Red 1ihIsLswrciiceCo N Ywrites I bad kidney tlisacse for many years and had been treated by phy siciensfor twelve years had taken a well know kidney medicine and- other lejthidics that were rccommend Jcd but got do relief until I began us 1 lug Foleys Kidney Cure Ttifirsi half bottle relieved me and fosr bot Shave cured me of this dreadful disease Before I began tafiing Fol 59eysKidiicfr Our j had tp make vur about every iiiteen minutes i day and tight end jirssed a brick- dust sobs adce I Relieve that would have died if I had not taken oleysKidneyrCnre F reeale by f the RcdPross DrugStore r7 H5 For Sal I 1 r5 r A tteo horse power gasoline engine iingcpd running order irpillsell cheap Apply to the Th3lueGjastFOCoofW F Grigsby Atty 4t u t t t tt tr t l COALI FAMINEII I i Headed Thi WaYTheySayitit is Corning Have you heard that how is the time to buy your GOAL That you7 cant byt1 your us We handle nothing but the best Prices al 4 ways and satisfaction guaranteed You get clean coal and1 a square deaL f1 eyerytime j im HJONES COra oft JValley Hill The drowning pear Maud was one of the saddest and most heart rendering incidents ever witnessed by th writer who was personally acquainted with each unfortunate memfeer of the ill fated fishine party that was turned from jayous mirth into deepest sorrow in the twinkle of an eye We extend heart felt sympathy to each family in their sad bereavment who we hope will trust to the same true God who wrought sorrow in their homes to ling sunshine in their spuls Each loss hepe is Heavens gain therefore let us all hope to meet or departed friends in the glorious beyond Mrs Palmer Goatley spent last Thursday with Mrs 1 W Thompson near Springfield Miss Della Virgin is boring ttemporarily at Mr Palmer Goatleys wnile she is teaching our school Miss Sunie Moore of String town is visiting relatives near Litsey at this writing Miss EllenGregory of Pleasant Grove WdS in ou midst Thursday Mr L M Gregory of Pleas ant Grove was in otimidstl Thursday in interest of his Wire fence sales Miss Dollye Virgin visited her parents near Maud fiom Friday until Monday Miss Pearl Goatley iis a guest of Miss Bessie Roberts in Springfield this week Mr Chas Lee Grundy having his house retfimed by our local painter Mr H IL Tatum as removed from Litsey to this place Beatrice and Nellie IMisses Louisville willremain their grandparents un til after the fair at this place Mrs Chas Bowels returned to her home in Blooini ton Ind last week accompanied by her brother Mr Ked Benedict who will reside atthat place Miss Miranda Tucker is visiting at Pine Hill at this writing Mr Ham Shehan of near Maud wits in our mHstFridav- JNews was received through a friend by your correspondent of he death last week of Mrs W F May and son Samuel only three hours intervening the sad de misejof tho motherand son The caDs of death was not learned however the many friends will regret seriously to learn of their sad doparlure y W F Moran is on ie1 sick list this week The proposed sermon by Rev W H Williamsvof aprinpfielcl atithis place Sunday afternoon failed to materialise from unknown reasons Mr W R Janes 4niinother- of Springfield bit qMrs J iL Moran oif this place Sunday Mr land Mrs S J Montgom cry visited the latters parents at this place Sunday l Several from this place atten ded church at New Hope and Maud Sunday which was the beginning of a revival meeting at the latter place Many ate looking forward o the Springfield Fair as a joyous time howeyer each day brings its joys and sorrows and we know not when sorrow rimy be our lot HH Tatum and L M Gret ory were in Nelson county Wed nesday on busindss t Mr arid Mrs Oscar Walker Tuesday as Quests of Mand Mrs Pajmer Grundy Many from this place attended childrens day exercises atMfe ziod the 14th Mr E 0 Walker recently purchased a rubber tire buggy of our local dealer at 100 W R Moran Jr is on the sick listfat this wriiingv Mrs Thos Oder visited rela tives near town Friday P S Barber sold a nice fcwo year old filly to Frank Simuis of Springfield at 125 Mr J W MOore has returned from Danville where he went on- a business trip recently Thos A Grupdy visited reja lives at Crescent Hill cJunday Also visited Irrends while in Loaisville N M Weekly end Samuel Tatum spent gunday with the formers brother in LoutsyHleI STOCK ITEMSMr FranK Simms of Springfield recently purc has lead of fat cattle from Mr W Tucker at f4 80 per cwt eji2 lotaveraged 12bl pounds Vv G Grundy sold a tine lot of lambs to OBryan Petel Co atS67di delivered last week OBrjau PeteV Co also purchased a nice ot of Jambs of Mr Lewis Walker last week L D Wai ker recently lot a valuable horse from overwork during the extreme hep weather ot the past two weeks Most e very ope is ago iinst the automobiles this section especially Mr Thomas A Grundy and the Writer and I also wish to Impress the fact upon the mind of yery reader that we are equally agaiiist the usual town sporty coming outin our section and running things their way On the afternoon of t- he5liiii Sprmgfield publieyard of sorneof ourcitizens and came near exciting the horse of a Ja Jy friend of the writer tj an uomanagable state These gen tie men must be caretpl hereafier how and where tliej misbehave because a law prohibits such upigainstIiTNo- AA Purtnnate TCXal Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas Ter says In thin past year I have becomo acquainted witli Jr Kings New Life Pills aiid no laxatise love before tried so effectually dis poses of malaria and bilious ness They dont grind nor gripe 25c at Haydon 8 Rob Oiton s driig store Thorn Hill io1severaJjot down a few items M LitsavlsiWill sand son Harry of Texas are the gusts of MrI fL IH Litsey and fahrly Mr Lee Hiattand fatuity have returned to their home in Louis ville after a two weeks visit tb 1riynds and relatives of this place Rey Lawson wjli hold services at Hat din Chapel ynhdaut 330pin Everybody L vited- Mra Bud Coffey returned to her home in Louisville Saturlay after spending two wcuks With l1tr father1 Mr John Anderson of this plade- Misa Jennie Litaey and Mrs Will Litaey haye returned horiu loom av pleasant visitj to thtv worlds wonder the Mammoih CavEs Miss Anna Hardin of Louis yule is spending her vacation with friejids and relatives heio The farmers are wearing a broad VrnUe after tIle rtfjn Won l day night Mr R 0 Canary and Miss Mollie Taylor are attending the Chautauqua in Lejoamm this week Mr G W VJncn iougler has gone to Hot Springs for hjs health Mr Austin Clark and family were in Harrodsburg the latter part of last week f Messrs Bob Mattingly and Iryine Adams arc very low with typhoid feyer Severallfrom here attended church at Bptlilehein Sunday FOIWi1iMEiOTi each meal Kodol goes directly t the seat of the trouble strengthens the digestive organs supplies the natural digestive jjiices and digests what you eat It is a simple clean pure harmless remedy Dont neglect your stomach Take a little Kodol aftereacd meal iud see hov good it tuakos lou feel Money back if it fflUi SId by the Red Cross Drug Store MOORtfSVJLLE Miss Katie Kimberlin of Lou isville is visiting her sister frs t U R Eddleman of this place MiSs Ollie Washburn of s Bloointield speutlast week with her cousin Mrs Ham Pile of this place J Two of Mr Jom Askins girls of Louisville are visiting Miss M aYjMrJanuarytstcan Tobacco Co We wish him success beveial of olin people took in county court Monday and tile snow Wednesday Wheat is yieldlnjs from 15toj 30 bushel per acre Miss Naomi ReddicUs gave a birthday supper last hursday night Quite a goocti crowd was present She teceived several nice presents The tiveniohtns old baby of Mr and M IS Ed uheatham disc and wastiti rred at Mt Zion last Week If you want nursery stock from a rehirble nursery writq W O Eliis Springfield No and he will supply you wauts Misses Roxie Wakefield and Hallie Huson of Maud Miss Fairy Lyddane our heilo girl and Miss Myrtle Crmke of CroakesviJle formed Ka party that took in the tmrcoth Cave h8rleturned11Haythis week There were two car loads of wheat shipped froth Booker lat Tuesday and one dar load of lambs Several children are on the siCk list and some t are danger ously ill Mrs Ed Boblitt and children of Springfield are visiting relatives here Well as it is gol darn hot I will close for this time hoping to do better next tine Forest View Rev J 13 Harffaty 0 P who went to Waihinglon City about one your ago has returned to St Rose to the delight of the ltentire congregation Rev Victor ODaniel 0 P Professor of Theologv at tlip Dominican college in Washing ton vikiud Si Rose anil rea tivesin the join munity lust week Mr Will ifl m Hobbs of Oklahoma a veryfliCO aud pleasant fining gtMttleuiiinis the com puny of his uncle and aunt M r ami Mrs Barneyj Mattingly- Mr Johti C unbroiji anti his fair young bride were vMtin his fiiJiera homo lat week As we wctoIreading the s ndb of CartUrighUJ Creole a few days since w picUejd up a very irjrr tooth wllich may bavobenilu bedded there for h nct red of yeara ft is 2J inches l14mg H inches Equalrtand weighst 2 ounces have ho idea to what specie pi Animal it belonged wjedo ktfov that we iieVer aw anything like it Commissioners Sale S E Yx oum Admr etc Pills vs In Equity S B Yocum Guar etc Defls- By virtue of a Judgment and order Cirq1itCourtthereof 1JiK in the above style cau e t1epremiAiton cqunty Kentucky on THURSDAY AUGUST 1511107 At 2ocock PsIlor there about to the highest IjMder at public auction etghteenorJparcel i OfKeiituckyr the West by the lands of Philip Burk head on the South by Lick creek on thi ta th NI Iill ruadIillparcels and then as a whole and will behold in tne njanner in which it brings the most money For the purchase price the pur chaser purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legaUnterestfroin date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders promptllM G C odoi O spepsiia Our9 llt Digests what ycu cat pt a 7 STORY OF TWO DUELS A Sword Thrustathiiiet Wound and 1andueling Extraordinary was an Sequel actual factor cfalorder of this country it had many svorthy alit notable expo nents Including no less distinguished imrsonages than Henry Clay Andrew Jackson Alexander Hamilton De Witt Clinton Stephen Decatur and others of the same type but nowhere on tills continey woUi t so much an establish ed institution as in Unit peculiarly ro liiuutic old city of New Orleans It was woven into the very fn brie of the life of the ooMijnuhity and many a cmmbling tombstone in the antiquat ed creolE cemeteries ventS grim and silent witness to the fast though to undcrstrtnd the situation more clearly one should breathe so to speak the atmosphere of the period M Augustlu who afterward became a district judge and general ofthe Louisiana legion was the victor in several encounters in which the tom pel of the period caifsed bun to be eh gagwl One Iii fiarticulari is uote w orfhy on necotintdf the pnrt It ploy t d in nn extraordinary ftiaIof for tuiuv Alcxaiuler Irnillu was the of fending party thouglt insult or rather provocationfor giiitlemen sel dom insulted would in this tiny be of orneltlonthat u deadly meeting would certainly follow They rode together in It ear riage With ladies who after the tim- idtnintuentolton their mutual affability during the ontite trip yhieh only lIjIlStIt oIIl vastjjf code of etiquette especial ly in the presence of liidU Tlwy fought at The Oaks and as noon afc lht weins hud lictn crossed niu t theliuires8ivepAnoz m ssiiMiis pronounced GIIJ11 lip with wasj Iiish- strung anti hot itloodetIdoubly so till diT the stress of vhat lu regarded as ak grievous pro vocation loxt his tcm P1 aWl furiously rhargi his antago must Angustla on the eontrarj was tool Collected ami afcile parrying each savage thrust Until rn temps darrpt sudden pause Judiciously interpolat ed into n vicious mfigc of Oral hes he pierced him through the chest Iraillie with otto othmis lungs pOr fi rat remained for a long time hov iMiiij Iwtwpon lifo and drntiiml wheir fithigt lit elM cnmo out of his room he was bowed like ah oetoviia non It was now only n quoslion of time for the wouuriejl man asian hiteninl ahjcf hind formed where jit could not bo roaruHlHUrgcry they wias not whn Ilt is noWajmI the during jlospairetl of lng him Saino tlnu after ho had olqIt his challonging that distinguished citl t700 Tills ifut wits alw fought at TheI Oaks limit us Gruilhe wnttoo woak to do himself Justice with a sword the wwipoua chosen were sHls at llftoon nlhnllceInHsimultanoously e unIiortunate man fell forward plfrce- dIhhls adversary bullet which had entered the exact ulace of his former FForrthe CaffipaigilKentuelcy State tkUet this fall and rhe eampudign and elecUn will ba strenuous You cannot keep pott S unless you read a Democratic paper thrt print THE NEWS without fear or favor Thei Louisville lImeSDoes i This r Ye have made a special limited ariiingementr wboreby we can set ch by mailThe Times FIVE MONTHS The NewsLeader J 12 MONTHS For Only2235 Send your order for the corn birration to THIS PAPER tio Atlbe withdrawn SEPTEMBER 1 ana yet unneaied wound Marlguy with pistol In hand and as placid as a marble statue advanced to the ut most limit marked out when Grallhe who was suffering greatly exclaimed Fire again You have another shot IWitb grave dignity Marigny raised his pistol above his head and fired into the air staying with frigid politeness I never strike a fallen foe More dead than alive the stricken duelist was carried home by his friends and consigned to the care of his phy sicians but instead of sinking rapidly as was expected he really began toI mend iud by the following morning was munch improved The ball had penetrated to the abscess which had threatened his life und made an exit for its poisonous accumulations Some timet afterward he walked out of his room as erect as ever and soon re gained his health and stately bearing Century Magazine Psychology of Gambling The fundamental basis of the Injury done by gambling is a tendency to over rate the chances of winning When a man speculates by stoking say Li on the chance of winning l00 observes an English writer in Nature the notion of impressiononreal to him than Idea that the odds are 200 to 1 against him say tie forms a clear montal picture of the prize aud the odds do not present the same picture to his miifd Consequent ly he exaggerates his prospectS Appropriate A minister having glven out his notices was about to read his hymn when he was reminded of one lie hall forgotten Stopping he made this an nouncement apologizing for hJs forgetfulness Then much to the amusement of his audience lie began to lIne out the hymn a4 follows Lord what a thoughtless wretch am IJudge r It Wasnt Funny But hes a regular profcssiqnal fun ny man know ho Is Rut you referred tojilm as an un conscious humorist So he was on time occasion to which I refer lie had tried to bQ fnnny with n tough gent from the Fourth ward Philadelphia Press All Dear to Him Vlfe1h1mdtl orders mo to the mineral bathsiht Carlsbad mind you re fuse UK tin means to goThat shows how little you value me Husband On tin contrary do not wisli to lose a pound of you Fllegendejilatter Soak Ink stains In sour milk and should a stain still remain rinse In a weak solution of chloride of lime His Mistake Yes sold the musical young worn an we pppnt the whole evening try lug to play u new sort of polka You dont say replied Jack Potts PostlWilling Mrs Haudont If I give you you dinner will you carry a message ov to the next villagefor me Tired Tim Wid pleasure mun Where tis yer motor cnrPuck Not the Same Thing HeForn rich girl Miss Millyunj has very little pomp about herIShe Good gracious George Die you ever look at her hairl Baltiinon 1mCI1cnn For Hog Cholera in good recipe for hog choj publish1llteH remedyIone pound sodium chloride two pounds sodium bicarbonate two pQurids sodium hyposulphite two pounds sodium sulphate one pound antImony sulphold one pound These ingredients should be completely pul verized and mixed Dose one table spoonful foeach 200 pound hog The Hen Irv Summer Sumrnor Is the tune when the farm poultry uuikes up foi lust time Fresh eggs arc In demand toola tact they always arc MarketfoCten It pays Feed milk to the lavjng lions It con talus Just lime IngYodloifts for produc lug cggsj Biddy likes It too so glvo ggsIProvide Shade For Poultry The hock fool hut weather just as much as you llo6o provld6 shade for them during the heat of the day awl seo that the houses are cool nt night It Is n good Idea tn remove the glass 11ettJl1gthus be comfortable and safe frontal Its enemies Stimulant Forr oultrt Good oUl fasiiloued red pepper a hbortt as reliable n stlnuilant as can bo glvqu tot oultiT It lla iuuchi better tlmiit some jf the remedies offered for sale LeadertredLrlck Ia Witteeent1y elected captain of tho roruell baseball team for 190703 Heilmaujls a law junior and has been varsity ycttsLJ I Now Ready For Busin 1JThe Lebanon Wholesale Grocery Go And Mannfactnrers Agents Lebanon Ky I Give us a chance at you business We claim yte can ot save you rconey oh any article you may need in our line Some say they cannot do what they claim Now let us seif we can Come just for a moment and figure with us and then see ifwe have deceved you f- JlouisVl Ie IS asking or rather making you pay a 43c freight rte to Springfield It t1iit true I mean an average rate Let us figure now just a little Let us take only 1500 poundVof freight to lay down abSpriim p field willcost you how many dollars and cents Let us see 1500pounds at 32c average amounts to 8480 Is this correct That is what the L h N says you mustrpay it in case it acts for you Now let us have chance What is it we offer toyou 1600 pounds from us at ar 75cJdiffa shlpmehts of this kind will you have in 12montffis busi ness Ask yourselves Let usgQ just a otcpfarther How many goois do you have smashed up and stolen In 12 months that you lose outright too small amounts to make claims for Why riot let us save you at least what you are paying for it due you it all times One r2 word and then TTJ will leave it to you HOTT long do you have to wait for goofs at times when you are in a big hurry When yea find you are ont of some article you need and need bail can j pu gc t it tbe same day that you find you are out Yes if you will Phone the LEBANON GROCERY COwe guarantee that that we will have any article that you may need in front of your place of business in good shape ready for immediate use Drop us a card on the morning mail a cost of one cent and see if we will make good our A trial will prove Veask no more IIate Can Save You Money Ii TT Will Yon Give Us a Chance I I i 0icoJ Jti tit UiI iljiliOiiti I IlfI tlliOitJ1i liiW IIIi i if LunchRoomiP IIce Cream and Soft Drinksr I I have fitted up my place of business on Maui J5 Street next to the Walton Hotel for the sale of Ice JT S Cream and Soft Drinks andwill also have a J- II LUNCH ROOM Iv5 T s I will also keepon hand fresh fruits ofall kinds 3 Everything neW and clean respectfully sblclta A 5 share of the public patronage f3 Ej J CLPRICERfe I d t f t f t i i e 1 rpARIS GREENlIIBug Brand1 II The Kind That Kills I Haydon RObertso- ngjtET 1 DRZEdia ti1= 1IN I I 1 IWilISellYou 1 IIBroiugh t 1 t5 II aDd Chock Lines t 11- I Cheaper than you can buy else I where Quality guaranteed as f well as to the priceI I CALL r AND GET PRICES S John Lily Barber I Sucessor to Hyckxi Jb Barber I Lace Renovation t To rtwbeoll blutU lco look aa good partaof mJU flush a f new take equal dip the lace In It then partly drj it a d Iron It on the wrong side be tweea a i 1ee of folded linen f UaWIUsI fy1tTS IlOLEDlbErAMDfAlt r V 7 v W r i JE J M BURTON IyltaDENTfjTEEJHEXTRACTED DENTISTV i itHOUT PAIN t jpcxHagn mock up stairs i2 rHSPBINGFlELD KYt 3lK Dental Work Strictlyy f Firstclass 1R j a bWDv1 t t Ihysician and Snrgeoa- y Office hours 8 to 9 am k 1 to 2pm F Drugstoret jHlamptonMD t Office in Owra House o J Office Phone No 5 Residence No 38 W FGRIGSBY ANEYATLAWW Office over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY 1B E6BABiS Mt W FYATT RoBARDS HYATTs Physicians and Snrgeons 2lifticeover C W Hagans gro cry opposite Presbyterian a IR churcho Dr W Wj Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGONt t OfBce over Hay don JtRobert sons Drug Store Phones i jI SIJ a JOflNY MAYS t fUNERAL DIHECTQR hAND liCENSED MOAM I El TELEPHONE DAYM9IN1GHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KYj J airoad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the BardstpwD and Springfield branch railroad i No 41LeavesJ Louisville at t 430p m Bardstowri Junctiot 522 pm Bardstown 606 pm jarriyes at Springfield 705 p m MNo 42Leaves Springfield alt a J foBf arrives at Louisville 740 ams No 43Leaives Louisville atc Bftlo amj B rdstown Junction 910 am Bardstown 1100am arrives at Sprlng eld1230pm No44Leaves Springfield r 100 pm Bard town 2t20 pm atBardstown Junotion 435 pm 5Ipm No 90 Sundays only leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 mj Bar stGwn Junction J3U5 am arrives at Louisville fi35 am NOc 91j Sundays oilyLeavea LOUISVIlle at U pm Bardstown function 645 pm Bardstown 7J30 pin arrives pringfield n 825 pm r ICILLrHECOUCHf WlTn DrD i g s New Discovery t I IFOR c ONSUMPTION OlGIIS and OLDS 60cPricobFree Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK f t 4 Jasper on Market r t I KMr Jasper W1 allen formerly with Mr J H Kearns of Leba non Ky is now associated witli l afc LiSmithj Market Streetv between 3rd and 4 thy Louisville J 4y We cordially invIte buttti mends arid your f iends to call oh us wlien in the city andtto r send us r orders for arty gBods t i9u mayneL4 1f tt Straight Whiskies 225 toe 4 leriiGallon Bottled in bond LOa W V r quart 10 per case i hI4 z We ship tto all points from JFouisvjlle House or Ii orn 423 cf and 425 Stale Street New Al ifany Itntiana J WiL Smith I 41o astches burns cuts iinsept lnt1mft every farnilT DeWittsCarcoJlzed 2LWitchiiazeIavo is the best e1Ir v B s i6tbinff hug cfean and Dealing Be sure you get teWltVs j Sold by the Red Cross Druij Store Jif I Early ftteerc l ts1thT ii iro iI TOWN N m tl mwro Local appenlngsiof Interest The fresheSt and Latest jFriends1jMeWRiWCMWMWOI IJ atyL Lawrences grocery fornI MrsXi D Baker a son C Trv Satisfaction tbest coffee 18c at Lawrences grocery FQRSLgA nice young mare and dolt Price 8250 DR JOHNDEBO Stone Jars and jigs all sizes 7cper gallon at Lawrences grocery Fruit jars pinte quarts halff gallons cheap at Lawrences I grocery ft J A lot of white duck hats willI be sold at 25c and 50c former prices were 75cto 175 at Mrs Williams T kiildsoverIhauled at N G Marks machinet hop Gasoline engines a sped alty laThechildrenfi will giye an entertainment at boclbiidgeSunday evening WANTED About o head of sheep or some catile to pas thureWilliburg Ky FOUNDkthe streets of ringeld a lladys watchJ wner can have same by calhug t the NewsLeader office LOST On streets of Spring field last Sunday evening one cameo belt pin Finder leave at this Jftcenlld receive reward FOR RENT Two nicfe rooms in the Searcy fiat Water connec tions in back room Apply to Yt L Searcy or to GO Jar enfer foWiiiiti iSt worth painting well NQtbing Jike using Green Seall when you want the bestSold by W iL Yancy Mackville Ky MNOTICEPartiesby Sunshine and Bill Goebel rereqtieste ll to get them ready r the4 fair Premiums of seatot on are offered for the best olts L D BAKER The members of the Sprii g field LpdgeNp 50 F and A Mare requested to be pres niAthe next stated A Ath1907By order of thelodge July 35 1907 ImportanbfE S MAYES Secty JvhleiLebanon last Saturday af erInpn Miss Sadie Mayes ijadpjisfortnne to sprain her ll4iei 2tt very severely Dr Robert Me j hord bandaged the knee hdI Miss Sadie returned bone he next morning Dr RoBard- ouUdthe injury to be miicb 3ii worse than it was at first sup terebadlyntense It waslater necessary to put the injured limb in splints ut it will be several week before Miss Mayeswil be able to b etout again Springfield xiarried off the honors at the elocutionary con testat the Lebanon Ghautauqua on last Friday evening Spring Qeld furnished two contestants and they captured first and second prizes Miss May Mayts the little daughter of Mr and Mrs T Scott M yes was warded the first prize twenty ve dollars while the second orize was won by Mis1Isa Co vinfbff this place who is a sister of Prof f George Colvin of tho Springfield Graded School- Tbere were quite a number of contestants from other towns as well is from Lebanon and tliat Springfield shouldxjapturp both prizes is considered quite an honor Arm Cut tiff jIWhOJivesnand who operates a threslile ig- inkcbTno met ith an accident while engaged f in running his Jthattcostsome manner got hisliand caught in the cylinder of thu separator and the hand and par of the arm were ground oft Mr andpopularfriends will be sorry to learn of his mkfortune TOPICS auJvThe Sick The fiye first cases of tjypfioid ever at Mr James Royalty s ai4 convalescing His daughter t i hasltbiII New tphodvitimare JCEf ttVycoff mid sister Maggie May Miss Mary Hamiltoni bf Fred erickstowh is ill of typhoid fever Shocking Suicide Our Antipch correspondent says A very shocking suicide occurred near Ash brook e a small village in Anderson i counJ ty late Saturday evening July i 20th It seems from the best information we get that young hester Robinson in company witha S oiinglatjy to whom he was engaged wasgoijig to Ash rooke when he declaredl his in teritibn of killing himself alJdJ suiting the action to the word he took from his pocket a revolver nd placing it just abdvehis heart red He then sprang from the- uggyand j ran about fifty yards a na fell The SCJ el los of the j voung lady attracted the atten tio9or some nen neaibyvii ran to the scdne and placed the rueiin aithefew minutes The tuneral took place next day at what iskiiowD as the Darnell graveyard Op position on part of his parents Ito his marrying tile young lady is saId to be the cause of the rash act while SomE claim he was mentally deranged IrvineByrne daMissAdolphus Byrne were married Wednesday morning at six o clock at the home of Mrs Margaret Rollins near Lebanon Rev Moffett of Lebanon per rming the ceremony ArterJJp the ceremony the brie and room left for their home atw Halls TemiIThe is well known here being the neice of Mrs A CfacElroy and sister of Mrs G L Wharton whom she often visited here l Mrs McElroy andLMrs Vhar lj n attended tbe wedding Death of Mrs Allinj News was received lire of the death at Butler Mo on Tues day morning of Mrs Naomi llin widoof the late Dr 1IH formerly of this county Mrs Alliri was 74 years of age a trndt or seyeral years She died at the home of her davgbterMrsT Smith withwhom she had beer making her home and Her remains were interred at that lacG Mrs S B Thompson ol this place was present at the time of her mothers death shthaying been summoned u few days before the end came Mrs Allin was born and rearedIo in this county her maiden name being Pendfeton She was a brotherVof DrJ E Pendletob of O Thioc helebratedState She was aI woman 9fI many excellent traits of charac erAfter her marriage to Drff Alitn they made their home atltMackville where for years Dr AiImenjoyed a tine practice Later they moved to Missouri where they resided for several d years Dr Allin died about three years ago Three daugh terssurvive as follows Mrs SsB Thomcsbo of this place Mrs tf R Curry of Louisville andI Mrs Smith of Butler Mo Mrs s jTheo Campbell of Ihia plapeJa a granddaughter For Sale I will sell privatelY my hous hold goods consisting of folding f led a goo rag carpet dinirg table wardrobe washstan safe kitchen tablea fine cock stove a id all utensils a ot if dishes etc Apply to G F GAUPKNTKR Grain Cradles f iI have on hand plenty of grain cradles made of the best natural growth timber At thq fume old stand W H Bond Springfield Ky i t When you feel the need of a pill take PeWItts Little Eerly Risers Small piil safe pill sure pill Easy to take pleasaut and effective Drivesl away headaches Sold by the Ped Ci oss DrUg Store I H 11 II YS 00001 Fancy Drape Veils and AutO Veilsi iin all the popu ffI lar shades All readytowears and Street IHats to be closed out at 50c All goods to be soI lat greatly reduced prices MISS KNOTT Qpposite Postoffice 1000000000 OO Mrs PERSUNAtJJI villeIs visiting relatives bert I Miss Elenof Duncan isyisiting1 Miss Louise McElroy in Lebanon this week Messrs Ruol Poster and Hood Cunninguam left for a trip to Niagra to day vMiss Mary Jones iis visiting relatives in Lebanon and attend the Chautauqua Mrs Thomas L11uddj of Louisvlleis visiting hersiser Miss Ella Shaunty Dr J M Burton and Mrs Kate Williams have returned from Tatham Springs M ssrs H M Grundyand C M McChorJ raturned from the liast Saturday evening Miss Mamie Hoare of Lcuis le is visiting Misses Maggie iii Corinne Buckman Mr and Mrs DiliardTapp and babe of Carbondae Ili1 visitingi relatives here areII Mrs Amanda Tate of Cam pbelisville is visiting her daughter Mrs Anna McEJroy Dr A S Moffett and dhughi te ItrofLebanonajie Grundy Orphanage Tues y t Miss Bradford of Georgetown and Miss Claxton of Lou1svil6 Are guests of Miss Lucy SeleCt man MrTylerCaldwell of Cam jbellsvilic vas a guestiof Mrs Anna McElroyth urst of tic eek Mr and Mrs William Rudy of Louisville are visiting thei thmilyson in the countytlMr ai d Mrsi John D Hard in of Knoxville Teun arenthe formers p rents Mr and Mrs B J Hard in Mr Etwood Adams of Liar rodsburg is with his brother Ir vine Adams drtnng his illiiess of typhoid fever Mr arid Mrs David Litsey have returned irom their bridal ip and have gone to house kEeping on Walnat street j Squire S D Campbell of Mfickvillp took his little fourj year old daughter Lena t01I Louisville to be treated for para lysis Mr Aex Jenkins of Cihciii nati who is spending the summer with relatives iin N lon county was a guest at the horhe f Mr G p Duncan the jatter part of the week Mr WM Kroker left last for Adairville where e expects to make Ills future borne His family will follow as son as his son Guy recoveas from typhoid fever ufficiently ttp removed The following named pets nsj com nosed a party that went to the Alammoth Oaye last Tlnirs cayMesdames Ida Clarkson M E Durrett jBiqn Uroake Mes rs Chris Hertletn and Davison Reed Misses Fanll e and Dela Smith Effie Poster Fannie Lit ey and Mrs William Lnayt of Port Worth Toxa Mrard 11S HardSn Nolson ir ant Mrs Crosby of East eas Misses ISttn and Myrtle Groake llallio IDst n Kixie Wakotiekl l and Pairy Lyddn of Maud THE lEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder andi Rheumatic troubles slldQJ all d luggists or two mbnths brcjitiiGtit by mail for Dr E Hull 2021 Olive stree St Louis Send for Kentucky estin oriiajs Sliin laios Wilhoni Irrilaliou In cuseof stomach andliver trou tble the prQper tfeatment Is to sun ulate these organs without Irritating them Orlno Laxative Kruit Syrup aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels without irritating these ortrans like pills or ordlnarj cathartics It does not nauSeate or fjMipe and Is mild ynd pleasant total cc For sale by the Red Cross Drug Store FOmYSIIOIffiYMCDTAR tt- fw eMltriHi gftff If catH A F MISCELLANY tCHOICEr Families Dying Out the circus families out The reasons areImany Primarily circus parents lu Bteadbf brInIng up their chlldreuj to become per ormere eneonrage them to adopt some other calling because the opportunitfes for success are greater fdangera circus performer iq constantly risking ute and limb Moreoversalnrles are not commensurnte with the long years JbrerItyJFurthermoremove than one ring do uottend to de v elop realty finished performers sihte no act has the undivided attention of the spectators tUesc influences are diverting cirus people froin their he reditary einp oynient So ve g ti Europe for the big acts There u chidi may apprenticed at six and there is still a highstaiulard for tire fine points siiire they have hut pne ring Alf o and this4 Is highly liu p tlniIt the rule to give only one tiftenioon performance a week thus allowing the performer the wlioh hetl dny for practice t Ever bodY8 Maazine 4r Rfd Riding Hoods WoodTJack killed his giants In Cornwall tn the days of King Arthur and Tom Thumb flourished at about the same time while at much later date the babes were left by their wicked uncle to die in the wood In Norfolk distlnc tlvcly in northwest Norfolk Northwest Norfolk ilso contains Little Red Rid ing Hoods Wo id Twenty years ago was a lovely hryint for tile nature lovcr hi flit htaart of the wool vns a la 10keh thandted Dtt lI Ilowors wcrojufvoryalurc In piifu5on sptvially feptiijK Jlowits 11Illtt jigebf the owners bailiff It woul hath ill uuk nil to tell tthe vlliiirs vho ii otinlylife of Little Ited lUding IIooiI nctmiUy Vwiurnii that Scriuany ilaiimnl hIC tnt slUbkit Canadas Hunt For Trade The ipeople mid luriitidans of theAUnited States ylimild take rare lesttiy underestimate out iicixuiKtr on the north Tho Canadian people am tiiplayingterprise itti are reaching around us for trade thrntglit tho sOUth that- aturally shjoiild t come to ur This frienijsliii of finadfl has met halfway hy llie Mexican government and a hul slj dlzed IJieiile tonst Bteauwhlp line Ihis b 11eaui Ships of tills line tire not permitted to Inil for freight at fitlY port in the V NnitetItween Canadian unit Mexican ports For tlfls they reilPlvc a KUliHldy from both countries Tho enterprise may lint bo mi unqualified sureess btit It Is sig inifltiint and Pails for careful atten t on the pflirt of the American IwotIll and of their ffipreKelHa lives In con gres5Vait = IjfAir Ten Miles Above the Earth leThesclents knows no bounds Our of his llatest exploits Is trapping and bvin lny down to the ground yith the aid of an aulon atlc apparatus attached to a huh lopn pooimeus of the upper tilt from the h iglit of ahhogt ten miles TIlt appar itus and the experiment wore Mt jFrench invention aunt at a meeting of theveailemy of Sflenei s in Laris bol L loufe III Profe brdAublgnai reported the r suit of the analysis of the captur duii IIt iiiiplv showed that ht the height if 5lTfW feet above sea levej lie 0010 f the atmosphere practically tllimis same as tit the surface of the ari although It density of c nurse eAiuiaratively eiigUt Chica o Trib 4ine Albertas New Seal It a nqt tfeneraiiy knwwn or recng iflieil tfaat tile HeMlds college is Uii iiiljo1ant link of empire No iiticial tiag r seal or roat of arms in nay purl Ht hilj iuajestjr8 worldwide doiuiiuou an t4 iiscd withoflt Its sanction or Up probation Twonwproinlel were- recenily admitted l to the Dominion of Camwa Alberta and Saskatchewan The former has Just received the ap proTal of the Heralds college for its tat iul rcint of arms a St Georges t tfal rpsjn raUTC of snow capped moon t g ujdPnh1 MaPf Gazette hood JPretty Living Vlioua town follow visits a country ilu and they sit liim down to a tablerUt ila ith hIckory wood smoked haul af sri eet nectar fried eggs frNtht frin the ciiicken factory homemade bieail luUer ebiirned lKfoie hrentIfnitt milk and cream tliat never i11 cl nlk or water and nsroronf sweet pInftl ologixe totuizu for uot having sonic nUt t w lar tii y Iravo wlion Cloy are ex pi ctiug eonipany =OrooiivIHe qvmi an IaV JHnative papiu states tint the niagis trite nt AnIIviin has arrested n nftlumber of people bolongiug tto the II Olin nol society and tog tliarrre1 em with rutting their hair without anv order from tilt government hallto 5mJ1t1It1Icut speeches have been made denonnc ii g the unwnrninted Action of the cialTKorean Dally News otimmery FarasotseSoineof tho daliiUest ft t wonrlotInhn ly a group of eight or ten very narrow frlapplp tucks In pink light Wu giltC1I1yespondlug coloringS J t IG II rrll Ask for BisightI + invisible r oub1eGlnss The only dbujble glass that is ground m One PIEd for j far and n sar work W6 also sell the Krvpt ox and Opifex BIfocal mass DR k C GRIGSBY 9C ij bas one of the best Optical C 2 Stores in the State IIehks i added toI his stores the fol Av lowing ibstrumenfs The lIr Geneva combined RetinaI f scope jtnd Ophthalmoscope jj J and the ta 1 Ophthalmo meer fojf measuring the as Cf tigmati Eyes He has in g stalled a wate motor andL V put in a dynamo for light G 5 ing up the above iinstrn J ments He fills Occulists G J Prescription and does all J kinds of frame work iJ Frames made to order to fitI9any face fiJ specialty 9 and fits satisfactionI 5 guarantees v W C GRI SBYICTle Leadiig OlicianGJ JiARDSTOWN KENTUCKY ir CcrIr L c IiN QUEST OF AN HEIr he Great Napoleon and What Have Been veryI Had Josephine borne Napdieon heir the history of France aud deed nil Europe must have been lliffpnt1h the hours of triumph after Yagraih Napoleon ivolized tlutl had the vouhi German famrtitf whi lih1ISUClsfulconcealed would have shattered oh e lorluswlKSO fashioning had causfi sueh rivers o4 blood to llow lie re solved upon tie divorce of Josephine 0 would tafbas his wife a prince u1 Cpund a dynasty Whom sIHJ11JI marry Should it be a princes of tthe Uussiau royal house or a priuce 1 f another He slept in the palace of tthe man whdiii lie find but newly ro tmqvierwl till pmpftror of Austria anti Jpt as faie would have HIII the very room in which the heir for whom he prayed was destined tto tile Vitler the roof of the son of the Caesars he re solved to marry that uiaas Inughte little while earlier she had heard hut the tide of battle Ui1U1IH1 against the French mind hind written her father We have hearth with irreat joy that Napoleon was present at the hattie whicl Wits lost lie would only lose his head ns well Tho writer of the words liecame len months afterlhc French trobps entered Vienna as conquerors the bride of the vjios p1IIth she now wished She was thiS granddaughter of MarIe Antoinette ami by his marriage to iIISdeIIU believed it wnujd be the Siil ration of France A mutt wiser in the matter than himself lund pointed to a Russian inaritap foresieeiut rencwetl hostilities with either Austria or llus sia llolfI11 he said know his way to Vienna hedoubted whether hq know tllohHnIt marriage tI inevitably to the en1nutuitouui Itux yrbismarriage to the printess who WItS to be tthe mother of his child Air France acclaimed the union with joy uhich Vas eclipsed only by the birth of the h eirSt James Gazette BIRDS EGGS Two Infinitesimal white eggs tux the U4r net of the lovely humming bird Tfhe catbird In her scrapbasketIlke nest lays foUr to six 4lue green eggs Isonr to six little white eggs arfe laid In the domestic phoebe birds beautiful and finudicif nest Blue white eggs of the bobolink may actually be stumbled over as one walks along tile high grass The mocking bird of lJmnutl lays from fonr to six speckled h eggs lirher loosely done nest Two white eggs OvULy the m ores home which stands for the nestIest sort of bird housekeeping One of thp bet architects In world Is the oriole Its graceful contains four to six whitish eggs marked with black anti brown Olive gray eggs with brown snoots five of them occupy the blue Java bulky nest in n tree crotch high abovcI the grMiudSt Louis Republic Their Strange Behavior Explained real estate broker was one day walking dowu the street with a After proceeding a short flIelJdI friend fell hack a step and closed inIon tlw brokers right They prbeepdtd twclit feet vhen the broker backed up sidcslepped and regained iuir position hscorlExcuse mo said the friend roceeded n little farther along retreated n idcfft and again slipped to the right slide of the real es tate agent They continued n Ion together a few uore paces when the broker wIth nnIhOg your pardon cxeeuted Jimneuver and regained the right hand position Say whats the matter demanded the friend Cttnf hear with iny right ear ex plained the broker Same here said the friend frlShake Whqre to Find if j Two sons of Erin shared the same hed as well as the saute ottleot j whisky Pat waited till he found j Mlkeslept wHen he quietly drone and the bottle Scion after Mike andgroplngboUt omnnnldn Phwat nro yA loojiln fee Mike i Oh nttthfi pays Mike Well Mike Wa Pat yell fdlnd Hoover there pIlI Tm I S i I Clearance SalijiLj i iOf IWillI 5th and continue until Augustt 1st I bargaininyoursef hhri f I verIstockedlarge stock Nearly every suit we offer was made for us this season and are cut in the latest style 1The well known brand High Art Suitss IIu- h1 ttt be included in this sale They are equal to I any tailor made Every suit guaranteed to give tsatisfaction We are showing swell line of two piece Outing Suits and Serge Coats suitable for Summer wear at reduced prices j We are now getting together all odds and ends Iand remnantsifrpm each department which youcan buy at almost ycfiir price Bargains fIn Dress Goods White Goods Carpets IVhittings Rugs etc I CALICOES 6c 1 IHoosierImt r We have many cthtrVipecials to offer Call andvsue for yourself J 1heRobertson laybroqkeco J I f t U INCOIUOAlIbI t e iY orAliir g BargainsIsi J j I f = IN TIN AND GLASSWARE i J r Tv c Good bargains in Masons Jars pints vjj trr = quarts and half gallons JMy stock of Groceries is complete in every line Y = Meat lard Sugar and fl urrlf sold at close pices for cash Country produce In ex change same c a1ash 71 PAth FOR EGGSrt j J 4FiVE1 1 ir Y 1 yJ 1f P LAWI NeEJilq u a au + IrSUMMER CLOTHES11J v AND I J I t some fa 1 are NQQt1Iit Ii Ours are tnade t i J suit thejseason We have a full of Two Piecee 6I JJJ SSuits l For Hot Weather wear J rergesr 1orlight mateilalaprxcesI J to please 1 750 to 25t Blue Serge Cts J JrOddtt ttsa j Buy From Us and Keep Ci I GRUNM t J f 8 McINTJEEjP1P1 j i iw YT v r r Jw J TiHS NHVVB LEADERa V lONDONS EAST SIDE i Fearful Picture of Poverty and Dissipation A i SATURDAY NIGHT SCENE it The Awful Spectacle That a Bitterly Cold Evening In Winter Disclose to IItno Wayfarer In tho Streets The J Huckstrs and Their Customers Let me show you something which Is v- more terrible than tragedy and mor hIde than vice It la a close wedged S t processlxuil of tliousauiof happy but shabby tijen and womeh and children passing tg crawl between shop win dows and costermongers barrows on Saturday night In winter In south east London The wind from the Thames blows hither and thither the flames and naphtha lamps and makes them tug nodhiss at the greasy burn ers ItIs bitterly cold Women draw thelrgray shawls closer oxjr their heads raeniturn up their coat Collars hump their shoulders and thrust their hands deeper In their pdckets ofid the bue faced children squeezed betHveeii toe legs of the crawling multitude 4 Shiver and snuflle as they creep so I slowly forward with chattering teeth b and purple lips which twitch and shudder half from cold and half from hunger Look at somtot time faces Time women uave theIr hair dragged back from their foreheads The eyes are hardly visible The noses are short and J broad The blubber lips reach across their swollen faces The men hve rshifty eyes Their under jnws project J Tliere Is nothing In their faces which jf86 gests dignity or kindness On all the races you read satisfaction and content Eveu the starving children peep about with excJtemcntI I uponhooksabove the multitude are the heads off two sucking pigs The eies are half open and wear a glassy smile Round the rim pf the ears and at time edge of the open grinning llns Is a line of blood They seem to hang there likeI the presiding deities of the market tiro gods of this sordid festival Butcher stand before their open windows calling loudly and briskly for customers and reaching down joins S of meat trout steel hooks which they fling to a man Inside to be weighed Children bareheaded and In rags J thrust themselves among the crowd y offering bet roots on pieces of dirty e t newspaper The street Is filled with cries There Is a smell of fish and fusty garments Into our faces as we tN to forward foul fat women witlr Ilmoaise voices shove haiidf ula of matter things all bloody and al1lmulIi iand tell 03 that the cast Is tt pence At another barrow an old ojliian and her three daughters are ilpgi for pennies twopences throe ipiences and foiirpences time loathsome j oddments flom their rag shop lllouaes stays petticoats nightdresses trou tlr sers waistcoats aiid capsallof them lt so sodden anjd musty that we doubt If 1 they would bjurn are snatched up from die wide stall flourished In the light bf the naphtha lamps mind flung across Jt to the highest bidder for a few coppers And while this marketing Is going on and while the air la tIlled with tim hoarse shouts of the hucksters out froth the public houses like bees dls lodged from a swarm drop men and women many of them carrying babies In their arms and slouch away into j the darkness of some neighboring court The gin shops are crammed crammed Trlth men women and chil- drenI The more easeful housewives tire frigering bits of meat scarce fit for dogs and haunting the stalls till they have collected enoigh for Sundays dinner but when this is done they too fight their way into time gin shops mind drink tilL closing time In and put of pawnbrokers shops pass time moth Ittbe who wish to rescue their best for the Sunday Time money lenders doors are licvej still And 4 crowd in time street grows denser and noisier The smell Qtt fills tile soul yrlth nausea 1 A young man with a child or two lii his arms comes Out of a public house mifterIhim mocking IJitn for going home sa eearly Tim wlfejearries a baby of three- or four moitli4lf In her arms In the middle of the rpad the girls begin to dance and slug Time insband turns round and laughs The child hibls arms with dazed eyes watches her mother singing and dancing Time dirty linen cap on tile babjs heath slips ofti us the mother whirls about and we- s p the poor little bald head going launij and round in time glare of rr naphtha How that tiny brain must i1 BT7lm I How It must wonder at the rJ fihrill laughter of its swaying mother Time baby is no larger than a skinned rabbit Round and round round and Jc round to the shrieked tune pf Sally Sally Was In the Ballet while time husband stands grlunlng amid the girl iifrrend suddenly reels and Igoes down behind a barrow chuckling and Qurs j F Ing Detroit News L w t 1 To the Lamppost isi qTo the lamppost Is a jinlstranslh j I Jon of a la Inn erne There was no Inmppost rice lamp was hung jovcr the middle bfihe streettlif fhe center of a cord which passed ojver pulleys tr at the sides of time street The lamp tvas let down time person iId be 4llaliged r iyas substituted for It and the ends of t 1hcord pulled London Notes amid i Queries if It Knowledge and timber shouKWt onichiised till they are seasoned it1blmes Nothing Doing Nothing doing 19 that smug 1 thought U was uu 7 til II came upon the words In Dickens Dombey Son In cbapior 4 old Sol Gulls ex jjjaining to his nephew Walter why tIe 1hop must be closed and iik bust iess Abandoned r You see Waiter said he in truth withiuetikt I yvVl iiftrcllv live relliiouishod jit but tneit IItllJ r wi nuiniuy doing So you ace the phrase tfhil Its pn thetic fitujs many years Is not slang l1tnU1etIelS iau Maga zine Jv t Satisfied A seed looking Jaafer having or tiered nil l nten a large and sumpufous dinner explniiiuJ to the waiter that he had no money The walter imme diately told thf restaurant proprletlrwho sent for a policeman The pro prletor going up ti time uli welcome guest explained that be had sent for a policeman Thank goodness you didnt send for a stomach pnmp the sleedy one replied with a huge contentment Il lustrated Bits e His Ctonsolstion Mr Justcott Why wb you crying about dear Mrs OhGeorge The mice iia t Into the pantry and eaten up tjtjare rtisfnrd pie 1 ClaCk myself Tiiat rott Thtgc there Dont a ev little nilce Cleveland LtJatleri Sharp Boy Now asked a ijiusicJeacljor what Is the note above F F sharp Yes and tile note belp F F blunt Lire laugh and love Therell come time vrhcm you cnnt Success IWHAT IS THE SOILT Extent of This Precious but Utmitei Surface Material If you were asked to name time inost Important of minenil substances you would dpubUess hesitate for a ihohiont nil it weigh tie respective intuits of coal iron anl the procioiis mttals Only after sone consideration probably would it jjccur jo you that those highly useful icubstancos have inslg niliiant value ris compared with that familiar inikture of giound up min orals which we call the soil Mane could make shift tri live and even In a measure to progress with out glass or cement or metals but his very Mfe depends upon ho lltfile film if triturated rock that Jk spread Ocr the surface of the globe In the form of earth The constituents of this are notamorphosodinto the substance of plants mill ultimately Into the tissues ofntnn himself Pmperly to understand the matter however It uiust be comprehended that the soil isno Important part of the parths structure except from a strictly human standpoint At best It Is only a little film of material frayed off from the Jacket called the earths crust To n giant of such sire that the earth were to luau what an apple Is to us time soil would be no mOre than time blooin on the poach ft With his handkerchief he could wipe off the films otwatertimat we call oceans so much dew Dud polish oUt the soli as we rub the bloom fron an apple clear down tto the rockrfbuli datlohs without changing appfeciabjy ibm size or the weight of toy To serape away the entire crust pf earth Iso far as known to nj walild be lint to limO e111 jufinitel mil shell and tptal bulk pf air and oceans aggregates only 7 per cent of that shell Yet time oceans cover threefifths of the earths surface and as measured In human ferntsi mire some miles In depth How then shall vro estimate the Insignificance of that little powdeirnjj of soil only a Few feet In thickness that Is cjtlstedf over tho remaining ttwofifths of the earths crust Apptetobs THE FLiRTiNQ LOBBY Feminine Visitors to tIre English Houses of Commcns Women visitors to the English hpuse of commons are relegated to the sem seclusion of a gallery provided with a heavy Iron grating When a gentp nun of conversation and light laughter flouts d6wn from the Indies gallery members look up aiAl see through lie nteistices of thp heavy grating deli rate tints of sOft fabrics the bloom of a fair cheek or the gleam of ft bare white arm museinen and curiosity of course bring the ladies 1o time house of com mons but those cannot be the only motives The fair visitors would hard ly trouble to array thcmselves in Such ravishing evening toilets increly to sit iii the gallery that ill lighted den where dresses ate not seNt to ad vantage JCo doubt it was with a vewtn time prevention of flirting that the rule was laid down that if fl member desires cp converse with a lady in the gallbry lib may do so for five minutes only Meni hers especially the young and impresV slonable make frequent visits to the cage Of course it Is for the purposti of pointing out the celebrities pn the benches below But Ifhi doing so he should exceed five minutes the gallery attendant Is empowered to call his attention cpiir teously but firmly to the fact that he has outstayed his limit ft Is to be eyenlngdressi Interrupts by his Times up sir whisperings of soft nothings in the In tiles gallery or the Mllrtlngj 10b1jias t has been ulcknaniedLoiidon Ra dies RenhnJ His Logic A keen business iijan bought af t low price a Hfoater that hiul long bemi unprofitable and by economical man agement put It immediately on a pay lag basis BUt he was Very econoinl cal He watched the expenses with the sharpest eye Time fiist months experfsfr account contained tIlt item Mea i Tior cats toproteet the scenery and ropertles from the rats rflvages 2 Time proprietor struck this item out writing on the margin If the cats eat tho rats wherefore the meat If they dont wherefore the cittsr f No Samples Well demanded the stern vlgagedr woman at the back door Xhat do you Want jWhy rapjled the tininpI seen y qu ndvertised tabjeboard hi ulls monrins paper Wh1V rWoll I tOught up bbe yer wnz gIn out some sample i Catholic tandamc and Times OMo OOO OIQt OoQtO O O The effect of malaria IIaU a long timeifi jidownbcuseSirtottheh you rielf with Scott s 9 p 1 EmulsQ11jf tItb ydfew blood and tones up your nervous system 41 ALL DRUGGISTS i BOO AND fioo V TIGER MEDICINE r A Secret That Vas Guairdcrl by art Eat Indian Trainor The maharajah of Jammu had atone time the distinction of possessing the linest male tiger kept In captivity nuy Where in the world Perclval Landon JQ Under the Sun describes this heat and tells a strangely interesting story which he declares is strictly i true in regard to It ti eia glorious brute of whiteJJTbe e and black with steel sin cws and teeth Ike SHill daggers lay Naadauntbeand as he did so the beast flung him self furiously against time flimsy bars The deeper put his slender hand under his clothing pulled out a little white tag aid Some years the tiger hind foirad that the little back door of his den Was open The assistant of the little men agent returned to foil him loose in the garden and lied IIII half ah hour Jmnmns streets were as those of a dead city Koiimn Hin jlored the tiger and he glided silently flown the ninln street of the town a beautiful vision of orange and bla striped death lie reached the jungle and vanished An lour later Nadauu came back to lils york and heard the news A few minutes afterward another solitary ure made its way down the still empty street lie had no weapon lie had a little white bag in his limpid and was soon lost to sight In the jungle An hour lateu he returned barehead ed In sun At lila heels fawning ahd kittenish pouched the tiger and round its neck was loosely tied one end of Nndnuus white pugree It was little wLite bag that had lone it Would your honors like to see jut effect of this medicine Nadauu put lila hand Into the bag and scattered a Cew whitish grains insjde the lairs Iii a moment time tiger was upon them searching out the tiniest bit of what ever It was In fifteen seconds lie was oil his mack beating the air with his huge paws IIkenIkitten atpluy nattirally refused to al low xlosely at the powdvr It ic1aunjryjryCI00l1 he said and hLs wqulll pardon him HUMOR IN THE FOOTNOTE Librettist Gilberts Joke on a Prospec tive Bride In time early lays of V4 Qilborfs success when GIlbert Sullivan wo o considered by managers as thg sure winners in time comic operii field a young woman whpwas a menlber of wroteIIf gjud iwsitlon IGilbert congratulated the young woman and expressed hope tlnil her future night be pmsperous iin1 nappy f rIOnly a little more thou a mouth pushed Ojinl another iitier fioni the ame gui reached him in which she tiltTllgshe had nl cepted another suiter lie ricJhie1 tIm Iwlultl every confl deuce hi her judgment aiulngain ex pressed his hearty wlshga for her wel fare It was almost tivo months after that tuit Gilbert yecelvtHi i third letter fioin the samts girl who Informed hillli thatt yonug Lorn had jiroposid ami that she had accepted him after UviUi lug her en rtgeineut with No 2 Gilberts bpmoi4 could no longer jvlth stand the temptnjlbn and he wrote i I desire to cougrafulate you on your approaching marriage with Here he placed an asterisk and a footnote added Here Insert time name the happy maim Ijn This is probably as ci ractei5tie a pivte Of humor nS any ui apponrs in his Bah Bnllads Or In works tar t the stage Bismarcks Intense Hate That Irinee Bfsiiiarck was good r hater is shmom In tlJureiniuistoiKos of lIen von Tiejdemann formerly chicTof the Imperial ehmtiiceihmry During ttin first dhmti ft which Ilirr von Tic U milan was prksentwitii the prinoe lis injmk said thought ott lit vrong ih saIng that only love pniti ftpd life Hate idid hit amt tllljI find was tultc i tqatt uVMIier n love To me aililcd priiuK ar IndispiMi ahui love for uiv wife nod unIt for Windhorst One ninniin nisinarck ImltltQ H err von Tieilemini have not been ableVjr nUpI have batedr tile whole nftJtt i Quaintly Put A vetarnn going frnn his nv ni one nigiit to let tint tltat stumbledt inlUW Innding find pitched headloiig ilown into tho hall Why Silas called his wife is that you Did yam lull downstairs YIJnuntell time ojd feUow rising slowly ees did nUll fur about n minute and a half tthought Id lost my pension Lemons Could you get mon hickory nuts or more lemons Into a barrel j Hickory nuts of course Wrong You could squeeze more lemons Into It Cleveland Plnlir Utal The English of It HeYou hifvejmd q week now to think of my proposal of marriage iecs add the mqre think of It the less IhinI of It Cincinnati En quiror A Arrisp you sliouln never attack un les you are sure to destroy it or ft1 will assiil you again with iucreis d iteration mid reiloubled vigoi Miiatjean ofIrIPOINTED PARAGRAPHS Your sons probably please you as well you pleased your father It you dQnt Ionic carefully after yourS own affairs who dp you Imajjiirtj wllli A rood runny people try to admiiilBtc- rfoijiviiieas and punishment at the same time About all some men get for their efforts to be dignified Isn reputation ofbajl1tIlc swelled head The irrtl1tf8ttrimnlu for a DoS tlmeprIvIege5oflImmg accepted as an eimahby boys somewhat older than jhlmselft Dcrnt begin to wonder how other pe pie dan afford ap man tbhigs that you cant afford Tnt Is a big step in the direction of ijiiflvSns enviouS anti sour ejbare noticed tint people who do exnctlj A they pleale whether their friends life it or Hot get along about to Won as who are always trying- to please Atchisou G1Len 7obca SaokO Poisonous rOT rv that Dandruff There is one thing that will cureitAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine- It quickly destroys the germs which cause tl is disease IThe unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The da idruff disap pears had to d sappear A healthy scalp meansj a great deal to youhealthy lair no dan d oeruptioinsThe Sold for ovor e sty ycara III MzdubyJCAy4rCo Lowell AIrrruaUUtctlherliQr IIAljers 1ILIS IUUlRV PECTORALI i is ii poxvorrni gcnntcloe me com position of tobacco stnrke Is complex principal constituents being oils of a tarry nature Nicotine itself Is a strong germicide Uut the quantity of this palsun in tobaccpr smoke Is minute The oily matter wbfuh accumulates III bUtl10esc tity of nicotine chief constituent of this residue being ia very poisonous oil known aspyridiuel Tobacco smoke contains a decided quantity of car bon monoxide vhichjls a p eservatlve mill whicli must ptjssoss germlcUa1 properties One of the prj iclpal con stliionts aectiunting for tliu germlcidal pmoerties of tobacco ftmolco is the uow erful antisojuic tornjiuue ivia iew Tprk 11ralil HUMOR OF TilL HOUR The Bright Sid After all tin life bf tha horay lauded son of has Its recom penses a lit tOll 1y remarked the honest hut lll1ht y itc agricul turist It is true till t us a igularagri YuUurista are carto nod ill the eomk papers lampooned and jjiccasionaUy Imtyoonod on thestigc a dare fre qu0ntly run over by ante mobiles and the poets slug ho sinehe r and ron delay without anyHiiwia prpvo tion as tar as JltHl see almu ns aud wo kept prvtt busy hum 11 off a uts of various lhllJl nod lbpinj everlastiiig ly 114ked for our iniipiidonJc1 in the best magazines tiy olpau limWd young col ilere uaiu whim pale dissipated face and div fi ii ileraWy UkUedJbjr thv luv lug kine hug br the busy bee and are foivvAr rI1 oir wallets and oiir eqiiililiiltiiii even tn11WI get as fai M ven Uii frlltihnru tint Will ainiirt to say tht Ilielifve wJ an alitiiil mtpllII Ity ttipnMvliy iIiviiiJr ti virf In tIlt pjjiir sufier J1Itltt ml nuiWHous mj heir voiniu itli Iit stings lime ni lon s off filet liHt to office wiles Mfinlxiiili filbts anti in ntb as Hint on esurehonmat- he thiHJriK au1 i talul follies aiii rob lts that hrtli i ti cthfimi tl1l1l they luustKefp up ttitM uvaiiCv3Uol iireUuit wufaiYvjih humid reiumtImtmrtte reE1urt71Jt piv vetiiout liVnitif rd ihtmtkemt1attter Ixnuls coniiuon stir k 1mrfere4 hI treasury stock water ltJfto kl Uh Ii l1lderltolker 8tok- lpiisoidiU l fiiit second and thirt Llm4mttcigi boiitl and Incidentally hi n 4si iinihy cases time galling honda of w +llkjI iflio ill dtlik to the old fan for a spill yftt It aint near pictui ffe tthl iiy hut it nice laU itiite ti dad of Uinsr asetreuu lUpI ToQi 1 Miiijrnn hi PUCk Old Cutter J Miss Hrush lIs it truo yoU said I Ill actHiilly uslvV liazori ilid hiss Unish W Ill never thought jpVll cut mo liko that Pick Me Ip Couldnt Leave A S f tHsli prison thnpljln mently appoint odoiit Tod one of tho cpll on his first iround of iiisiioetlou and with imuh poihpsity tjuw addressed thf prisoner who oioupleil ItI Well my luau do you know who am No mtorjdhmnn flfCWjti9tllt non chalaut repr Aell liu your now chaplain Oh ye ue Thou Ime lieaitl o y before And what did y iU hear redmie the ehiltin hix viirioMlty getting hit- botUf of his dignity Well li jird that tin last lv klrkK ye were In e preached until bailb Cinplvt lint ye will ua find it Rttoh rtisy matter to do the same wi tbU one Miihidelpliia IvoU er V hat Ho Misled One of tilt oiHrlalsQf tijeNindina of nm at Washiugtuii was viaijmg ixjservtion in Moiitana on goyerunun 1111luTime Iiidim ethic luau was to hH re grot tiunbe 40 bopnsoot at the fos tivltles but the Indian laconically de Bcribetl time function subsequently Fl order to buricate what the agent h iinissoil Ftve loge said the elite niJ plenty pie liaiper8 AVeelily Compromise And you will tclveiis your blessing r asked time eloping bride returned to t u parental roof t Freely replied time old mal trouble about time blessing but ban andIodglng will be at regular rated Philadelphia Ledger No Regrets i pant you sometimes regrefcfthaty s never leuurncd to swIm t ifNo4 answered the complacent p IrimvlnulfFOsea 1TIme sv Jm has always led me tbaJlcII1 water FoMilfly It has sa Washington STtar v4Taken at His Sirs SmartSo these are the Chl n bargains you pdveitied Clerk Yti na ani and the j re gel for little or uotlin Mrs Srtart All tight Ill take tl a I 11WASHINGTON LETTER SpcctaJ Corrcspahiience ftulc Stlm will soon be the owner Jjof subway railroad fully equipped fjer traffic Iejwejen the capitol building the vv oflic structures of time sericit e nUll house respectively Work outlie subway from the house side of capitol to time house office building SOUhjeQfNeat and modern passenger will be provided it is said to conve representatives ofiicials aid others to and fro between the capitol and two office buildings These will ru from the lower stations of the senate and house elQvators to the loWer sta tious of the elevators In the office connec1tlOl1structures The cars will be operated und lightel by electricity SubwnyYo Be Ready by December It is said tU be provide hi the coil tract th it tiii subwayson eaili side of 1111Ifict worktaou lire excavating about thirty feet iu width to allow for the masonry The tunnels will be at a varying depth bf from sixteen to twentyfive feet ac cording to the grade Qf the surface The work of construction through the foundation of the capitol will bo dimI cult It Is safdV The electric power and light will be supplied from the big power plants t In time cnpitol and there with be fnight t cars as well as ties for passengers Already applications are lx lng made employment as nibtormen on tltoi Ifor t raining School For Colored Youth Stops have been taken by prominent colored men of the Dlstrirt to establish a training and Industrial institute for colored yinmg people The institute willlhe established within thq limits Of tile I istrkt of Columbia With a farm iiiUliOsomtMvhore In Maryland Before the woufc of construction begins 0OOC must be insured either III cash or la bomi lido subscriptions Mr John Toy Edson president of the Washington Loan Hid Tnist company will be the trustee for money anti subscriptions Whon that amount Shall he raised the subscribers will elect time trustees jot the school and it will be started as soon thereafter as possible IssueIpuf Idtcertificate TIe new certificates whit nr time first gold notes of n denomina Hon ei than 20 were issued under authority of the Aldrich act In order t supply the demand for more currenc- iff small denomination No of the new Issue was presented to Assistant Secretary of tb treasury department reynolds II joHur gtsmmiml iid lawfm Likv tIlt twctity ddhmmriili thII hndof the nv iiott Is 111111 tileijwmip color on the of the hill Tin face Iwurs a finely wrought vignette of MUhufl Hillegns time first treasurer oJI the Unitod Statest GarfielcPs Funeral Unpaid William It pearo Washington un declaimer who died a few days ago left aiAuug the assets of his estate a bill against the United States govern iwht for conducting the funeral ol President Jarjlcld Spearoj laud rhnrg ef the tunerzmh1iuthmrm4 never been paid toupyesa passed an act artprupiIatjnq money for the cost of the funeral bill it contained a provision requiring ali claimant to Ole with their claims receipted bills QitU statements agreeing In advojjce to accept whatever amount should be nwnrded them Smtsarerefused to accept time tiieorj tthat the governments ould be treated diffeiYiilly frdin tiny p her debtor ant refused 10 file either the rccoiptcil bill or the agnrmont to iaccopt any thins that might bo giveil him IllsIltilll tthtnforo rojnaliis unpaid Attontpts have been made tfl got don gross to authorize time payment of bill but unsuccessfully hllI mJCommlwsiojUV Macfnvliind wants ttftsee the liillbaiiltls of the iily abolishei anti says ho favors a niovomcnt agalus tttill Increase of outdoor advertising here hnre t felt for a long hue thai Washington ought to letl the way ic tilt Jogulatlon of street advertising the oomiiiisBloiior orpljjlnpd like to 8pp billboard advertising ouleIleil Lshcd and Ill Uri place advortising 0J Kniall ornamental structuros erect ell bj3I time munlciralUy Svhkh should spaios upoirthcm and so dorlvp a tn1 while keeping the advortising in strict btfunds This Is the mctho letcil 4j in sevortf Torejgu caplRils notablj Iarls Itorlln and Vlohna while In Her nccoiding to ofir consul gonerajj tilt y8ttui yields a revenue of oveil n C Rev lIVhou you fMiwhlor that wo iiiv ro th1hlllhlltnisthat ut lust thon oughtt to bo a sutlil ofcntt trti ylold aii adofllItcl LeIiII as tin liumu1upIs Is now tarried Tit only rovonnb now In that froth coiisp iWinlrpdttui blllpostojs which iiI a ti1nnd umlor this any blllIf oster can use an mutiny blllbonr Is aij bo lmttatsi4 Hut congress having pasai NI upon tho subject In time llooiiae lav of July 1qqthe commissioners con nut Increnife time tax nor cnn they ret out Runco on the tttnbts for blllbonni purinmtM think ronpre sc should give oOmuilxslouera portrr o do both thlnjrj land thus enable tfhoiu to work outtj systom like that of HorMn wblcl would niiike blllpostirjg sightly ant oW large rt voniiet time municipal Ity CJAKL THE SPEAKERS MACE LDI Origin of the Emblem of Authority Used in Congress At the right 1r speaker tn imaflcut the house of ropresmflnies In the capltol at btaiids ii large cyllnllrlcal pedestal maue of highly polished green marble Vbon the house Is called to each day time sergeant at arms orderI of his deputies places upon thp the mace which Is tile symbol of authority In the house When the body adjourns he removes it and keeps It In safety until the bouse meets again This mace Is of eJ auolQiit and honorable origin Under the old Roman republic the magistrates passed on foot from one plac to another nd ministering Justice trying public of fenders and imposing penalties Each of these magistrate was at tended by small of iceaknown 1wa1 serve order make arrests and Inflict IWtu linuMit on utkn ned citizens lath tf tUt e lid J carried with him a bunch of rods tied trgether 4i iS tn tee o ge oj 10 iTie rongs srcro used for for ciibehedding the magistrates were at once cnrrled out Those Jn ot asdconqueredunuj Britain th uBe the symioImanyetitbLtWhile It was no longer used fo4n meting puu1411lnent It continued to hi EngUshyap peared carrying time fasces his au byno r officeI1Tbe English fOrm of the fasces was Slightly changed in that the ax was placed inside of the bundle of rods Iwith the blade protruding from the top The great councils of the early Saxons gradually developed Into one general body which In the fourteenth century became known its the house of commons in nil those earlier coun cils the use of the fasces was con tinue hut jt thon clime to be known 8is the mute which has remained a1 the emblem bf legislative authOrity In that body down to the1 present day- Time hpuso of representatives of the United States was modeled closely after the house of commons by the trimmers of our constitution and the usage of the mace was borrowed nor tho English Custom UI The first mace adopted by the hens was destroyed by tire when the Brit ish burned the capitol In 5814 FrO- rISli until 1842 a iiiticc of painted wooi Fdid service hut Ill the tatter year th present maco4wts made after the motic- of the original one Cleelnnd Plain Dealer WOMAN AND FASHIONI Novelties In Footwear Three styles of footwear in the fash ionable New York fwomaps wardrobe are illustrated herewith To the left Is shown a high buttoned boot of giyiy suede rith a Cuban heeltand exten sion sole he brown heel matching the sole Thefronf of the boot Is an Inch Ior more higher than time back and cut THE LATEST STTLES In two deep scallops and the twelve large buttons are of motherofpearl toIn the center of the picture Is a white satin mule lined with white suede trimmed with a whitesllk pompon and showing a medium French heel These slippers are worn by some women for dressy house wear but are essentially boudoir f ootwenr IIDurable Foulard Frocks Foulard silk Is fan excellent Xvolght loxtuto for late ipilng or early still inor and this season It Is being made use of in all styles of costumes for moiiing and afternoon from the sim pleat walking dress t6a decidedly elab orate gown suitable for whatever after noon eutertalnuieuTi there way be at this time of the year For a rather severe gown alt hijne wear foulard is especially good is It will stand any amount of wear and while the dark shades seem to soil less readily thanIany other known silk the light can be cleaned time after time out becoming shabby and rubbed WithI Yellow the Rage Cantfry yellow Is quite the newest color note in the summers fashions It is doubtful however whether it will become anything uior than a passing novelty to be adopted by those who try out every new thjng which makes its appearance whether or not It huts talonfllSrants worn with dainty lingerie frocks boplumod chaioaux The tailor mado girl uses It with more discretion and withal very becomingly In the tiny bows which finish the front of her high stifily starched linen collar Sleeves Separately Full length tlgbt bodice sleeves of tucked chiffon or of lace fill In the hut tus between time shout Japanese sleeves and the wrists In many smart costuines1 This is an economical solution of tho extravagant long glove question but It does not menu tho extinction of the el how sleovo Another expedient Is tho adjustable half sloovo oflaco or tucked chiffon or not which has an elastic at the top and which can be put on quick lywhen short gloves are used Semis of the new gloves have come iIn with lace tops which have n similar appearance A Becoming Hat Tile quaint arid becoming cloche shape so much In evidence this sea son be developed charmingly In 1n lintt of flue chip In a soft pastel pink with a full wreath of shaded pink roses for the chief trimming IIflio lowers pas over the brim to ward tho jback and are arranged under the brim lita decorative cache Ijdiiiti mlxod with soft choux of tulle lind a knot of black velvet ribbon For Outing Wear for golfing find general anting wear there are attractive sweaters in white 01 gray wool knit In seralfltted shape tand1 t Set In pojkets are convenient feature of this nfiw sweater Womens Pains v BeulahRovleyI I suffered for 4 years every month Sometimes I would be unconscious foil2 hours At a strech I painentIrelyI women suffering with painful l periods to use Car dui and be tehevedfIt does this by regulating thp functions and toning upall the Internal female organs to health It is a pure specific reliable female remedy with a record of 70 years of success Ithas bene fited a million others 1 Why not you Try it V j ADVICE The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatu nooja Tenn m Sold ty in it IN ifOr IFREE aimIyouInveiopeI Every Druggist 4ioo Bottles1 Jif ARDUI 1 IiHave Withdrawn T iMy List of Farms From this adyertisernent tempo rarilyJn order that 1I may revise it and fwill in a short time announce Some Gfea Bargains In Farms and Town Property ici L nth mea time JamJ prepar + ed to show prospective purchaser some very desirable farms Correspondence Solicited H BJ t BLaKE7 f TheReal Manlyt r 4 I v Do 11011 suffer whsevreHeadaches 4 L when Will Cure YouThe liver Is the mainspring for thowhole body To expect good health one must keep tne liver in good order To do so regulator is needed Herblne will putyour liver Inthe con dition it should be and you will not suffer from headaches A POSITIVE CURE FOR CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS Has Done A World OfCoodlMrs 0 D Philley Marble Falls Texas writes I have used Horblne and find iit the pest liver corrective I have ever tried4Il done my fainliy as well as myself a world of gooa and I recommend it to all my friends I neve suffer irom headaches anymore SOc WILL BUY IT rJSnoW LJnimcnt Co 500502 N Second St ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by Red Cross Drug Store Aiiii = 1 IfV Louisville is Booming MME e DOY01JKNCW THESE FAurS LOUIS VILLE SSOOOO radius of only 8 mijsl It leads the WORLD In the tnoriutacturinz of jeans 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