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oclock CHRISTIAN CHURCH r Rei Wf F Rogers Pastor Set yicesfirpt and fourth Sunday S dayJ fat 930 am IiiFratsrj1 Orders 1 4 yi MASOHIC LODGE Sprtng1letdlodKe 6SO meets firctand third Mowda- yeieach romtk IWaskinytoaR A Chapter No 57 meets every iecoad1aeday Springfield Cotjacii No 52 aaeetson yeryiottrtk Monday t thX31GZTS oiTi MACAwXtSMeet H l 3PcPCi3W9- 11EORIQINALLA- XATEIOU6IISTRUP riand ssIs= cow Irom ths km W is A csitah sare itIpsIIngth laxthir- arinoyst II lioYs epTkaLE uMthsNUINiJ tiii1ViI I HEmuaa LIT S 0 waTT a- 00 OMOOOIU jdbYRdCrjjujroa TTw 7 I W 77W v jw 1 4 J THE NEWSREADERI J 7y i 11ijitajafcattafrj fti HHHH8ii I 4 ji ROUND OP TALK 1iIj IMMMMe JF When j Therell be steam heat at the fat- north pole and melted the frozen snow andl ie equatorial line will freeze frost on the bread fruit grow The gulf streams flow to the south will turn and Cuba toe washed away The Father of Waters will change his course and Sow into Hudsons rr Bay l Theold Yukon will be boiling h tand gctodhess be sold by the can When the old Pacific isgobbled tip by the sawedoff sons of Japan The hogs will soar through the azure sky and the birds will root and squeal Chicago will slip from itst present spot and anchor by old rabne f Thecity o Penn will have nq graft and Pittsburg will be free from soot The streets of Boston Will be straight as Strings and roses will grow iUJl Butte TheiStandard Oil will be straight and the v Big Stick stuffed with bran When the old Paciflcs gQ1bl dupJ by sawedoflfsdns of Japan The tariff barons will cry naughand their ft cThewilds the warmest of zephyrs j waft The sun will shine on the darkest j night andthe moon will shine by v jThet wine will be squeezed from hay l he ox will feed oh rye bread apd cheese and its owner wilt fedon bran t V Slyrbtnby the sawedoff TBons of Japan The Commoner r Tjy ELLMAN A large crowd Vl which included qnite aln umber of Springfield people heard Senator Ben Tillman SI ea at the Ghautauqua att saythattallwere representing the case decidedly All hobardhinr W eredoubt less entertained but Nmany were the reverse of pleased and wete in fact disgusted Tillman hasc 1bisPitchfork Se appears to beery t V proud of being apitchfork and plays the part well IIi per sonal appearance Mr Tillnjan 3s to use a ladylike expression decidedly anpreposessinjg Hetllooks real tough and eise- videntJyproud of it Mr Til man poses as a fire eater and onecan be easily convinced of 1thatthis speeches on the negro ques tion He oeleiyes in calling a spade and isa little to reckless i in his use of language especiallyi i dfore s chanl assembly as a hautauqua Mr Till mpn spoke- n0 the TRace Problem on his ap ppearance at Lebanon Here is a sample from his speech You cannot make a white man out ofj a negro by education Gods never intended the negro to be the ecLual of the white man Booker Washington is pointed to as an example of the educated negro He is one man jn 10000 000 and his father was a white man and his mother a negro 1j that the solution yqn w ntof the race problem In the North they could amalgamate and mongreiize and wipe out the negroes in five generations J j reverJSlonJ gingerbread skin Would you want South Carolina amalgama ted mongrelized to threeelghihs white and five eighths negro iTUJSANcEThere should be a remedy for all nuisances and the Springfield public is greatly in need of a retnecly Jot a certain nuisance which has grows to large proportions re ceotly We reefer to the cross I country negro excursionists C Since the losing of saloons at Lebanon and at Harrodsbur Springfield has become a favor Iitereaort for these parties of wagonkdaQfi a day jsijifjjjlijr a base ball gaiBatb excuse some ctInaunkI gseey to witness the coming in frQaLebn Harrodsburg of a buhch of no1I bodied jjegrpnaien who L MMMMe MMii blve a base ball game with a number of equally as able bodied men belonging to the local coin munity All of this goes on too when farmers are suffering from the scarcity of lhands to harvest tbeir crop Any one of these ball players could earn from a dollar and a half to two dollars and a half a day if they would work They ought tfbe made to stay at home anyway so as not to afford an excuse for our home negroes who might work iif it were not for the base ball attraction v iJ3il1esssGannot be Cnred by local applications as they cannot reach thediseased portion of the ear There is only one way to care deafness and that ia Jy constitutional l ramediea Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the inucuous lining of the Rnsfschian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rnm blinp ound of imperfect hearing and when il is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless tbe in flamation can be taken cut and thisI tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be distroyed forever nnecasesoutof ten are caused byI which is nothingbut an in flamed condition ofthe mucous rur faces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness canped by Catarrh thatcannot be cured by Catarrh Cure Send for circu tars free F J Cheney Co To edo O 1 Toldby DruggisU75c TakeHalls Family plIsforCon ion StateFair Catalogue Ready The regular edition of the KentoQkyStateFarCatalogue printed in three colors and hand somely illustrated cam from the press this week aniI thousands of the copies are being mailed daily from the head quart rd qf the fair at Louisville The perliminary list for theI State Fair was issued a month ago It covered eighty odd ja pages 5The rugulaV catalogue11 has 152pagesJrllhecJass1fiCa ions in all departments ate complete together with the speed program and all announcement of the big amusement renterpr priss of the Fair There are also eightfine half dne views of the new grounds and buildings recently purchased by the State Board of Agricul ture as a permanent location for the State Fair One page is pevoted toa description 6f the balloon race during the Fair with three views of the balloons in the air The captive balloon is shown in a largqhalf tone An entry blank accompanies each catalogue also a souyenir postcard in seven colors which j the recipient is asked to mail to some friend Anyone desiring a catalogue will be sent one by applying vo the Stcretary R E Hughes at Louisville Will CurB nmDuon A k Herren FiicbArk writes Foleys Honey andi Tar is the best preparation for COiiphe colds andj lungtroable I know it has curedl spnsumption in the first stages You never heard of any one using Foleys Heyafld Tar and not being satisfied For sate by the Red Cross Drugstore The Secret Out Henry Wattorsons secret is out This story jis f ldin a Washington dispatch to the New York World Governor John A Johnson of Minnesota is thp candidate to whom I referred as capable of carrying the democratic party to victory next year said Henry Watteiv son according to Colonel Cnas IA Edwards secretary of the democratic congressional corn mittee who returned today from QDouisvilJe I had a conferance ith Marse Henry V Colonel Edwards said r and hsv nt over lthe ground at length Colonelj Watterson you will remember some time ago stated that at the proper time h would name a Democrat living north of Mason and Dixon3 line and west of the Alleghatiy mountains whenever hasbeh beaten for public Joffic6 and who wears a mustache and who1if nominated could lead the democratic party to victory Immediately guesses were made as to the idenitypf Colonel Wattersons man Some one finally hit on Governor Johnson but it was found that Johnson wears nJ mustache so he was dropped from the guessing It teo re known later that GOVH ereor Johnson wore a mustache up to the time hS became gover nor since which time he Las gone1 clean aha venCqlonel WattersOn asserted that GoverI nor Johnson was the one demo crat who was abtolutaly available against whom no faction in the pry entertains animosity who has a record of carrying a strongly republican state twice and who is at this time before the nation without ajflaw of any sort J He fired TfiBMi tii have fired the walking stick Ive carried over 40 years on account of a sore that resis J ted ever kiud of treatment un iJl I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a happy than writes t John Garrett of North Mills N j C Guaranteed for Piles Burns efc by Haydon Robertson druggists 25c i Suit For a 1000tl Suit has been filed in Circuit Court at Lexington lor 1000 against John Starks of tie Cruteher Starks Company ofv Louiaville and Ben T Head off the LexingtonBanking Trust Company by the Phoenix Nar ltional Bank of Lexingtdn It seems Head bought die Dr Rott bards farm j in Aferceifof Starks aqd gave a check for 1000 as a cash payment Later he claimed the land vas not as representedb andordercd ppyment check stopped Starks had di s counted the paper at the Pbtnix National Bank which institution is trying to recover Starks said hat the suit was brought at his request and that to satisfy wasIthe Phoenix Bank was the innocent purchaser of the check and he seeks to have the court re quire Mr Head to honor Bar rodsburg Herald a A TtW Dollars worth of Gooii 1 have been afflicted with kidney and bladder Uouble for years passing gravel or stones with excruciarlng pain says A Thurne a velitcoal operator of Buffalo O IgatJne relief from medicine until I beginIi Baking Foleys Kidney Cure then the result was surprising A few doses started the brickdnst like substanceff end now I have no pain cross my kidneys and I feel like a new man It has done me 1000 worth of gOoda Foleys Kidney Cure wll cure every form of klduey or bladkea disease Sold atthe Red Cross Drug Store 4 Cure Forx Limberr eck As this is4he season when the complaint of5 fowls having lim i berneqk is made by so many poultrv raisers we publish the following remedy vhich has been tried successfully by a number of our friends Hoping it may save the lives of a great J many fowls and thereby add tc the bank acdount of many a sub scrIber wef submt for trial the following One ounce ctapsicumi one ounce asafetida 6ne ounce pulrhu barb one ounce black antimony two Ounces carb iron mix thor oughlv Use molasses to make a paste of a sufficient portion of the powder for the affected fowls Form the paste into pills as large as peas and force down throat of fowls if unable to eat Give a lablesp onful in Half gallon of reed to the unaffected Co Is A tablespoonful of tincture drinkin1lcure There is no case of indigestion no matter how irritable or how obstinate thatwlIIndtbespeedily relieved by the use of Kodol The main factor anydlsIorder is ret and the ouly way co get rest is to actually digest the food Ifar the stomach itself Kodol will do it It is ja scientific preparation L of vegtable acids containing tho yery same juices found in a healthy ttomact It codforma to the pure food and drug law Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store II ar ANTIOCH k Ai I have been absent mii the olumns of the NewsLeader for s bme time I thought 1 wouldI generalWQseds n out here so fat The whei t crop is not nearly what was xpected the quality of the grait is the yery best but the yield will be light Oats are a com lete failure but the finest crop of weeds that lseenl poor pros pect or corn that has been fOrtyear due much to the bad con ditioi of the land and want of prop r cultivation at the time The bacc 1Smakismallest acreage yet that has been in this Section for 15 years t tcnotlast 5 ears crop Having been setC We are having the hottest0 weat er that we have bad this year with the rospect that itV ineedi vItspotjdstSayc bJicansfandenatire tate ticket with a will as cneveioni nnes ofi you will see thed large it majority since the gerry mand ir- Mr G W Barnett and T D Grab m our local1cillfbuyers in our midst one day latweek and bon lot of calves at fa cy btbta started to drive them They got as w far as Sulphur Creek the calves balk 1 and reused to go further Thy hollowedtnd screamed and aid a whole lot of things that wouldnt sound well ina ray r meeting They came to a barn and left them over until nfext morning when they arne and bore them off on anptl er road in triumph H Th re has bnen some land trades at this place this week Rev H P Hatchett traded 50 acres of land including dwelling J and tore house to Mr Ji P John on of Tatham Springs for 15 oa res of land with dwelling and tore house attached and they wiflmake the exchange bou the first of the new year M wher each will continue to sell goods M iy success attend both is oui wish A J M tee Arc Fctaeuplwho know how to take care of natIbe ilier ts a most important organ in the body Kerbine will keep il in condition V C Simpkins Alba Texas writes I have used Herbine tore aed fever and find it the test j medic ne I ever used I would not benwithoi t it It iis as good for children sit i for grown people ank I recom mehd it It lis lIne frr LaGrlprte Sold y the Red Cross Drug Store t Sharpsvillo Mr Rosel andMr BrqwnTYere atI r J W McMllins with their graphphone turdayI nigh and everyone reports anf eiijo able time Mi Fred Mll urn and wife visIt d Mr Dave Cutsinger Sun BI ckberry picking is all the go rw but berries are very scarce as there hab en so much dry weather Mr Worlie Cutsioger came bark from DeKalb Illr Monday where he has been ashort while Mr JW McMillin sold to Jerome Brown three heal of steers for 64 aMrsverv ill but iis better iit this writing Mry George Lambert was tburiedlast protracDiedmeeting Creek next Saturday night We are in hopes of a good meeting Iis Hmrkai Reuc That true is stranger than ion has once more been demonstrated in the little town f Fedora Tenn the residence fQ V Pepper Be writes 1u was ii bed entirely disabled hemmorrhages of the lungs pd throat t Doctors failed to help me and all hope had fled hen 1 began taking Dr Kings he New Discovery Then instant relief came The coughingsoOn II tha bleeding diminisbei fapidjy and in three weeks Iwas bleto gobto yprfr Guaranteed ure for coughs and colds50c a and at Haydon Robertsons drug st re TiJbo itlelrec Thorn HHI wMrMr Thad Anderson and family tlal9Oere the guests of Mrs Nellie Logsdon Sunday aMissesCanary Maggie Hiitt and Annaw w0ardinj Mattie Hiatt Saturday and Sunte dJYn S We are glad to announce that Rev Hogers pastor of the Christian church will preach at ardin Chapelnext Sunday ta3pm t Everybody invited Miss Annie Hardin Jstbe guest of her aunt Mrs Writ effrie this week V MisWillfriends ia Mar qn county last week TJie musical enter tammeut at r T R Begloys was well at a tended Those present were Misses Susie Ada Lela and Alma Fenwick Hat je Lpgsdon May Lanhanj Messrs Edward ui nd Stanley Fenwick Ray Logsdon Oscaflanham Wallace Adams Walter Logsdort and Durwdod Mont tjmery All reo P port a pleasant time Messrsi Oscar Lanham and Edward Feu wick were in Leba on Saturday night Friends and relatives from this vicinity extend sympathy to tbe bereaved parepts of Miss Cleava Coca o ghex whom the s1deathLanday morning at four oclock e Mr G W Fenwick and dauthters Susie ard Ada spent lJThursaay dfThe School at this place is progressing nicely under the care of Miss Emma Hiatt ISfteacher f FOROETMENOTs i IIWillSeIIYou IIBrMching d 11- I 1- andI Chock Lines leaper than you can buy else I here Quality guaranteed as well the price IICALLAND GET PRICES I Ji hn Eily Barber S SUCCMOT to Haydon BH w i ii- L ieJ g 5 t c IjONii 94 r let Wanted Bryani ikIChance Wont you take a chance with me said a young lady to Boa t William Jennings Brjan shortly after he bad finished big lecture l Jt the Chautauqua Saturday afternoon Tnat the girl wa embwrased was evident but she was anxious to have the dig A tinguished leaders name upon pi he little book she carried and after hesitating for a few nib J she continued its fortht K hurcb vou know and wear h going to raffle a numberof atti Icles at our annual picnic which tal soot to bd hild cw KNoreply from the twice iibmine of the Democratic party for thr presidency of the greatest and grandest country in tbs world I do not believe in raffles J have never thought they were right and for that reason 1 do not encourage them Then running his hand into his pocket biouahtont a bright silver dollar and handed it to the girl 1 Here is a dollar for your church he said smiling nj Thank you ever so much she said the chances are only quartet each Mr Bryan and il Id like so much to put them down in niy book in your name No he said again thm would tie wrong and I know you jr woud not wish me to do that l hich I do not approve of vi Others who wished to shale he hand of the distinguished r Nebraskan crowded tfbout Jb fe place whore he was standing nd soon the young lady with a her escort at her side passed it ith the out going crowd to be lost among the thousands scalP a red over the grounds 6he however bad the pleasure of II having bad th attention of the Great Commoner for a longer its period probably than anyone Else on the grounds not inem ih ber of the party who had charge h- ofbis reception whife intie fcn city The young lady was fOIItr U Chicifgo Lebanon Enterprise Thelanc lIa33 Number three ISa wonderju mascot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according to letter which reads After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and Decoding greatly discouraged by the fail reto find r iefr tried Electric cat Bitters and as a result I am a well man today The first bottle lag relieved and three bqttes com W leted the cure Guaranteed best on earth for stotnaob liver and kidney trpubles by Haydon b1 Robertson druggists Soc U 11np on Duting a heavy wind and rain torm which came up rather un faxpectedlybout 330 oclock the large ent used as ah auditorium thie Jhautiu lua grounds was blown own Another tett used iis refreshment stand was lldwa iis OVert but none of the other teak e scattered about over the groans CI ere damaged and it wis lla these that the crowd Ioagbt- helter At the time of the sxi client Father E P Graham of eo Sandusky Ohio was deli eeiflg lecture on Reason and Kclifr biIoneveral hundred people cnmpf Ing the audience were tinned under the big canvas PirtaV fI nately only tbeJJrgrfpdes- were it broken by the wind The many smaller ones remained 4in position and kept the tent frofalling entirely down upon fae heads of all whO were under it No one wis seriously hurt w4ibadlycap d a thorough drewehlof by the Vain that caniloti iniipr rents Several rerelVti ivjaii- of t a minor chrscter PijijWl the rast patnflorLh e flcut in the forebeed itibMrs W 0 Rorerv FestJtr Graham did n3te to erHaapJeee his lecture htvi7iI0r0to stcp et t b the tcc eine4 ttiepoW jsnapped pefifembnhim rrinaW for h4 ft 4s lfe boys tiand woe rdafcmii a iagin every Wat P- siicor the 4 pef cau M UUdIrtbflVS f If ttiNew Flit1 W1 a mff1r New Hayea defeated r4 tafielct 10 a rattling vod g it t t ball on the Cbaataaqua M4SiIs r Tuesday afUrioo Sprffr le througb th IJlift l J thegablt1 toward th k M New Havea gained rpi4ttr a rf l woa out by a scoreof 111i i 14OpIe U t t trtBarberot El 1Vthave only UkeR four do M eLW J iidney aid Bla4r PI1l s tijf fl ave colM etlia aayiutr r 9nata4llsasi f Mr Iarbrlrs to Ii14ey aMBJa Piw5t s 1 JlieIaorUq treatment for lie LaM by tJRed OrpflsDrHrSfcoct J r t w t JHalf Cat aH11I i1i I Hare xti 1 ti JJPerhap few iKOjile HLMij s itle know that ii4 i ho M f IPLrklandill OM of the aeM i i Ltarkablelrsakg ff VMs M ioologK 7er existedaujrlfl exhi4tkor j4p t bOws fade aWqst this TTdijir fuli felirielppne for Uw frkJB ailf cat and half Balfiai kr r lNot evea Dr Willjaai S Lei e Our Own Te4dy can e4he owner Joha V tIwarn- atsre t fakerfoc if either win rcpndecend to takea trip to 4is ideace 2622 HlQekI t l will saallsee the as la 1 boppill Of awkwardly ws1 tbout iin the beck yardo i ir J 11tothe front part of the jiM t 1 fOne woakl Uke4t lor a cat J iHpl2 f glance at tie biJ qaarten rt veals the long MiiBebee ot a jare f 1The1 r f daytime bat vg oo as tb1 tad of nirjrteeffta s tiJJ a com Its fi oe w aDo ws tt ding tojlUrrrM lir J the reddislfawn rBe1gt 1feetJfrOlltpedallxkeiand the soft pad of a cat ri Like a raccooaj its ktait cSquarters are elerated aai wtwBL i 1tt walking it wa4iea like ibj bear Wbeabaatwfa ew fia fJ f tiaa which it pursoea like a InHi it springs like a bare t i r iBgemitaprejrlifce a of Jtov 1 but one cat fool wiMwh efe t claw the unlucky iteaSe er bird For food it prefer mm and meats an 6rdiory efc ateatagniss oflce ia aot t tablei ck of svftcient eat lest eftt hybrid ks to search for ila Bfr X the fro 1IdMt Jiit peealr build baaiicajM lit a food iieiif l t and Schwaoifer and hw w mish UKraseeesary looa- IU awtber a Iitfkcat aMi lie father a MU e greed Beft a bare ibe s 1- 5flyeotbs od Schwi lram eatkusisietie caiieetor t ksabSx el U 4iiv g nioos and IMC jean tM tf plY Aprgpt ptRnllt so4yuis jI fIM alliosi k JI jr Lag jrjjtr IfaUz It oataas o ot co Ca aoMwu4tk vIy a M4 MBMpAe IifIIII w by tbe refi 1 Iti fhTusII oi1M Saiafek it I = hat Laieei all Ur d- e T ks o WaW sstrf fvb7lIAIt t1 11t 1 for jirWRw dd d aN On and after rlM Ml afMiattj will P- aEs1L atpaM texea o- zsrsn vebliIl Dow G O WHABTOW t Treasurer r w TH = fEWS LEA I ir t If NEWS4ADR t T MTOJWKD JLT i 1il AYtfAR Ifl ADVANCE J1 SPENG1ELD KY ffP J LDAVISON Jr f t bP4iI Tdotices l6 cento pet F 1 t UH ct TtUii Ifttfif l1d polItlcaVmalte t ra Ifiiwfk Hi at row rate bat cast ffIIitT ldI ilifn U CHt I ii MSfl1IU ItrMte made on liberal 4Sai t3W4ebu areu1olls of rwipect if v I Ax1ewftzw5 Mt 2 a lrheI H lrio w 4 TRUUAY AUG I 1907 M EMENT tT We are autHdrized to announce J Risers Gore of Springfield a candiJ atc for State Senator from the Fif 4e tkSenitfdal District composed z 1 f Mario ashijagtott and Taylor eotiti S subject tothe a ionofth I Democrat flirty rt i 1 ft tSeti criags are mac3P BffiMt Special J qdge Bobbins Vttwdinfi in the trlsil of Caleb Powr charged with tho mur Ikrof William GoebeJ In ar affidavit iworntobyPowers in J supporti of a motion to rule the t 3 Midge off the bench It iis charged that Judge Kopbim Y ybced j8 and prejudice and tbathefd everything in his p OtLseptl9 the conviction t pf Powiis attbellast trial eYeii tr going tpHbe jury room and show ing the jurors a copy of a pape I C jntaining a reporttof the trial 0T hem vacate the bend t willi be passed pnto Iay and 1- 1ise1ievredtbatitwi11bef i overF C ruled f Bth 1 county has handed in bis resig S natiott ksinember the Demo htcialtio State Central CounnittVe tfVotf the Tenth copgressiona pi istnpt flargis attended a j iieeLitgpf the StateCommittee r 4 at 1 PranVfprb Tuedayior the ftra time in many montbs and Sl biu resignation soon followed wHi successor will bchOseiJI ialtfer HargissaidBei wanted U v rlye cleared of all charges against I f3ihini before leaving the committee t jubifhiiVt5 a rviaory in the election this fa1 ofcounyofficialsJThey have nominated a good municipal ticket with James PN sI Grinstead for Major at the head and all iis harmpny in the ranks Praeiicaly all of the former Av fusion nominees were renomi triatedI owing to the bad spli jrih tDemocrac ranks the i Chancesfor Republican uccess appear bright a lATiirtflnate Texan v t I i Mr E TV Goodloe of 107 St ft Xrt5U St Dallas Ter says lir thc past year I have become JI cquainied with r Kings New tjiJvjBifof phis aiicl no laxative levee 7t ef6re tried so effectually dis poses of malaria and ibijjous h nessf They dbnfc grind nor JkrIP 25c atj Haydon Rob ertsbns irug store f 1VaIleyHiII 111 V y l vVK0wslsvery scarce this week S5and the dear readers of 6ur tco1umns will please excuse our short communication irMany from this section atCeh dja toe Chautauqua at Lebanon f dj vHrs Nellie 1C Thurjnan of Lwrnceburg visited relatives ln thiJi section last week and iis ipo visiting in Pleasant Grove j ti Miss s Margie and Elsie Ase rC Idns of Louisvillpi are the i4 charming guests of Misses Fairy airl Marguerite Lyddane ol near ii jitre t frsPalmer qailey ccQm panieiit Mis Mauie Ttikei to Pibanon and Ltended thE Chau Iaupa 1tlss annie PinKsfbn atten t 4 i1ie the funeral and interment iolMrJ G Tatumnb 3uTe Bill 1u cemeterySaturday 1fJ Mr N H Y eIyif s place Yisf ted reLattvesthLo is f jJ JUt week A 1 1 r Naiy from this placel arcab 5A kZtIP i ifciiy byka 17 j to fancy ihisr oratory sttof iCbss Booahpe of this place p 4 Suis McLw11 nd- gi4lpeclY4 Kl r t Iit = LP i v iI y b t tt SP Jt 11 COALf i FAINE d- S tt Headed This Way They Sy it is Coming 1i Have you heard that now is theiime to buy your COAL That you cant r44afford to waLt this time sure Getin line IKeep step with the crowd by placing your order with us We handle nothing bt t the best Prices aUI t tIways right and satisfaction guaranteed You gel c lean coal and a square ft deal everytime iIf J MJONES lXs7 IOH i1 1t1 1i I 1rto 1it tt i 1IJt Jtic1itfw p Mr T A5 Tatum rfnd famiiv were called to Louisville last week by the illness atd death ot bis son Mr James C Tatum- Mrp TATatum vfas a guest of Mrs W F Mor tiat Elm Sill last week Threshing is the orerot 4the May All crops point fair for a suc cess this yeariiiihis community nd the farmers are wearing oqg smiles ljUNO ach meal Kodol goes directly t heseat of the trouble strengthens he dg stive organs buppes the naturardigesiiYe juice and digests what you qat It Is a imple clean oure harmless remedy Dont neg sect your stomach Take a little Kodol after eacd meal and see hovc ood ID makes you jfeel Mone jack ii it fails Sold by the Redi ross Drug Store j e ScrusviIi t J Mrs Belle Cbeathajn of PoJin lisitedi the family of Silas Cheat tlanr one day last week Mrand Mrs John Reynolds iod son Marshall of Harrods pufg have been visiting at the Some of Squire Hendren for several days Mn and Mrs I M Lynch and ittle sons Riy and Bishop of Jjmisville are vsiting Mr and Mrs H 1 Scruggs this week yQ are sorry report Mrs t Hendren not mujjh improved tthiswrilingi yexercissftlast Sunday eve und rtheitnan 112crogga11 a f I occasion Everyone performed bis or her part so well eVen from the oldest down to they tiny ot Never before was there ever such a mass of people eon greg 1dtoseihBrat Rcckbridge nor never before did those hilftowed walls re echo to anyjt sweeter songs and words of prayer and praie than those selEunJayschool thuse who participated jin the exercises we e Misses EffielGor dpnSallie Hendjen Ethel Suoit Clakiei Gordon E sip Hun teUla v tie Scott Edie Sims Effie Jenkins Berna Wells Winnie Scot Bettie Hardn Mai Crouch Essie Wilson Jessief Orouoh Myrtle Ryan Hazel Crouch Davis Scruggs Lelice Gordon 0la Hardin Ofa Ryan Rosa Armstrong Mat ii6 Roman Auda Jenkins Myrtle Scott Francis Armstrong Mattie Ryan Lily Hardin Juanita Jorios ana Messrs Harvie Har din Roso Ryan Clem Hardin Artie Rb Yocum Gordon Es ill Hardin AnCie Scptt Rual Scott Hartfort Scott Ivan an4CtiarIlldHardfli IMistietoe A CARD OP THANKS tWe the Sunday School phil DO YOUdT TIP WITH AI AMB BACKt Kidney Trouble Makes You Mlserabl Almost everybody Who reads the papers Ss sure to knolv of tlewnderfuii cures made 03 Dr SwampRoot ney liver and lad der remedy It s theigreatjued icall tcitimpli of the nineteenth century discovered afteryears n4searlbyk e eminent kidney and b1a4tlersl ecia1 aid 7s wonderfully- successful in promptl efiringlaniell back- uric acid catarrh otthe bladder and Brights Disease Avhich is the worst form of kidnejitrbuble 14Ki1nierrSwampRoots not rec roimericlcd for everything but you have kidney liver pY bladder trouble jtwll be found just the remedy you need It been s tested in jiniiiiy ways t iJ11lIos11t2 1 work and in private practice and has proved so successful iii every case tlwtf n epecial arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper wh6 have saniplebbttlejng more about SwaiiipRoot und how to findoutif youhavekUlney or bladder trot ble When writing nientioii reading this generous pffer in tins paper and send your addrcsstoDr Kilmer Jco Biujghimton ill t 1ifV Tb nrjj fiftycent anar Irany mIStake but reuteniber the nanie eycry jQuiUlieaddresJbottle JJjjf w r w v r w vw dren atRdckbridgechur h wish to express onr thanks through the columns of our favorite paper to Mrs Proctor Croucb fprktheusejuf her organ in our exetcises and also to Mr James Gordon and Mr Dedman who assisted us in our instrjutneutajl music The RockbridgeSijnday School J StImulates wpiioni Irrth jj Incase of stoin ch and liver trott blethe proper treatment Is to stun ujate these organs Without irritating them Orlno Laxative Kruit Byrup aids digestion arid stmulatejV the liver add bowels without irritating these oceans like pills or ordinary cathartics It does not nauseate or gaipe and Is mild yin pleasant to take- Forsaleby the Red Cross Drug Store Commissioners Sale 4t s Si E Yocum Adtnr etc Plffs vs In Equity S B Yoc m Guaretc Defts- By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of The Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 190 in the above style causc I shall proceed to otTer forsa on the premisis near Willisburg Washington county Kentucky on THURSDAY AUGUST 15 1007 At 2 oclock P M or there about to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of six twelve or eighI teen months the following descrihedI i property to wit Ar certain parcel of land lying and being in thc county of Washington Stats qf Kentucky and bounced as follow on the West by the lands of Philip Burk head on the South by Lick creek on the Eastby the old Frankfort road Will Scott and John Gorden on the North by the olfl Duncan farm con taining J50 acres and 2S poles being the same land owned by the late George R Yocum and Martha Y cum his wife at toe time of ther death Said land will be offered in seperatc parcels and then as a whole and willl be sold in tne manner in which it brings the inost money For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and haying the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders niitlyithMCf LEACHMAN MCW C C C urea BItod Skin Dl cafics Can cer Grcitest Blood Purifier F tec If your blood is inipure thin dis cased Hot or lu of humors1 if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and J bumps scabby pimply ThcumaItismpr Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blOod is made pure and pelargeBlood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advisee for chronic tleep seated eases as it cures after else Tails tir TJ1E DISPATCHER It was a hard night said the dliTl patcheri The snow wns blcrtvlug over the whole division rind nIt of tile cuts were drifted full lie passenger trains from the westcn division were late and the time ciud was of no use There were a number ofl trains moving anti they were nil calling for orders Collins tilt night trIck matt hivd been doing the be the could with the situ triton und he was a good man tolnit when I came on at oclock iii the morning the train sheet was a pnxIc Xo 4 the through train from tire coast was received jtbout midnight from the west so that when J caftuv toj work she was pretty well over the district Size hall lteen laid out n number of minutes meeting a snbwpiow which was being pent west With nil possiltle haste but aside from that and a few nilnues delay caused by slippery rills She was nearly onlme Xo 7 the midnight express going west was hovover over tyw hours late so that when Collins left the trick he hind inate no jncollijc point hl ntVrt the two pa engeif trans WhQn things are biully mixed up tin they ivee that iitht a man does not ninkn meeting points any further tilicnd than he is oJIIged to for many thfu2 are liable to occur to sjvQil the combluatlon I Iftid bIuII lt11pIrnJ lip night vlth my lOhtthIMI JII anti injI wife watj uIsotjIkr sp iiwJien I went to work t3felie carY nioruing I nllmyIt lUIng nt the desk njid train the manner jln wlicli he puftcd iris pipe I jfould tell lie hut boon ha vliujjfti lie could handle 414 I dfestcd the sudw from niy clothei and nut wi u jr office rod Collins arose f si hi cjLtiMr and utter greeting me sna incjftl0iaing the storm hesald Xo jusi rciprted StD wtJ htute t Jo r r r rr All rignv i answcron not ipoiuug1 to see whether It hail been put oil the ptAfter a few of the orders he hind given Collins put on his over coat anti crap and went out Mo the night Seating myself at the desk I glanced over the trqln sheet ail fig tired uion several orders to be gWen 1 guess I had been thinking about my sick famllj I dont know what else could have been In my niliul certainly my Mork was not when I called the operator at C and he copied an order making a meeting point nt Dwlgutvillc j between Xo 4 and Xo 7 As the operator at F the firstnight t office the other stile of Dwightville did not answer I sent the order first to C with the intention of later repenting itt at F l then made another meeting point between tire snowplow ami a freight train on thet west end and set tIed back Injny chair to enjoy a smoke There was no one around save tire operator In till outer oflice anti he was asleep I called F station but could not raise It I called DwightvHle but conld not get an answer Time was getting short niul I grew nervous Presently Pwlglitville called Dir and I coubt report It struck terror to ray heart arid I almost lost my self control Then fol lowed the report In nil Its huarrowiut details as bost the operator in his nervous haste conic It Xo 4 had met io 7 In a cut eJof Dwlghfvillc and as the engine were running through thecif at r 1 speed to strike with their own pb any drift that might have becui Vjre the collision 1a terrible onr The engineer anti fireman on time 03 r uf Xo 4 wJmj kill ed Instantly while the men on the 237 of Xo 7 were both badly Injured anti tire mall car vas overturned and itIt cjould copy ope rtof who could do no better r rang for call boy and sent aver totthe hotel for the superintPiulent and the wreiikiisg outfit wits got outS after considerable delay Hell ItshJ would have no grcJatJ cr terror for me than did those 11110i merits I stood as If In a trance words can never express the horror that came ovcc me ccelht1lor It niakcK me shudder to anti I shall ndver get over a guilt that haunts me day amP nijilit The pnSsouigcrsrvere badly shaken jup hut none of them was Injured Tile thought that I had been responsible for the death of two of my own frlcjnds and aciujintanOes ami by my carel ss ness had brought grief to the faiiiily of the postal dork almost droVeim mad I 16ft the ollice that morning for the lasttime The catastrophe so uu nerVed me ihat I dpubt ifIqoulil even liamllc a key now The accident vasn shock to the ntlwhich I was entirely exonerated of blame and the superinteiulent request wll me to r urn to work but till that does riot relieve my feclhms Collins tendered his resignation thel1lxt day and Iriiavo lost all trace of him You see ho hail received the report over the wire that Xol had passetl D wlfeht vllle hut did not put It on the tiiiln slieet He tolil nio of tire report anti forgot It so that we were both respon fiiblo for the accident anil Its prrlblv results That was one year Ago to njtrht butt 1 slmil probably live over again those terrible morning hours us long as I live Iii Another Brand uJ suppose you realize the dangorof flrnwntcrSV said the maui who tries td benefit people I do answered the Imilan thoughtfully especially the kind the paleface tints in hlH automobUn UbJ Ds tall Stir BIT HIMSELFOUT OF JAIL Prisoner GnawingThrough Tire police have captured a mAn named Sehaarsclnnldt who escaped fronr tlie JG era JaIl In Germany three weeks ago The manner of his flight triples one of most remarkable of all of those told In the romances tOr prison heroes Crossing the one window of lili ccl within was un oak beam 7 by 7 ihckcs square Outside of the Window WM ThPSUjwcrcmasoiuy of the bVlltllngtbntIs to say there were no metal bars between these wooden barriers But the wood toughened by age was enough to make any prisoner wllhant tools despair Sohaarsehmidtijiad not even tho metal shank from lila slioe to make a saw of for ho hud only felt slippers In his dungeon lie got to work with ills tccthiiow ever upon tlrtbislde bean It took him three months fo gnaw through ihlsrformldl1lJhdulrricrnQ could only ijork when hewas ceitaln that his guards were out of sight and hearing Uefore their expected return lit abvjiys covered up the ravages iis teeth rInd ionic with irstrnctnro ofjbrowii ijrcad saved train his rations j rids bread patch closely resembled the eo1r of the wood and as his work progressed It had lo be handled wIth extreme care to jftfojent Its crijimbflng iind betraying h In rtjglhgjjtfscbinldt spent seven months In fhgTsame patlont toHgnawlug like Onculghti v r tia ga = jj UlutJtNjln i u iurouis- C spaco was so small zwd the sixteen In lies of jiigsed ends of time bcnm w re so t uigh thfat lie tore his body frghtfolly iYhen lie was caught the prison sur gfons who examined him found that I lu lund worn his teeth down to stumps IIJs jaws were developed abnormally by hfs supcrUuman exertions to wit his way to liberty MAROONED ON AN ICEBERG Wre ked Ships Crew Spends Twenty eight Hours In Cold Storage The crew of the Norwegian sailing vessel Prince Olaf recently arrived at Lcrufck Scotland after a terrible ext perleuce In tbb arctic regions Their vessel started for the seallns grounds carrying a crew of ten moil A lime was discovered In the Ice through which a great uuihber of seals were observed Captain JBjodl took his ship Into this break but sooji after en toying the llnuethe let closed together with great force cutting the ship cpmI PI t half horizontally The bot torn lrtltle vessel sunk wlillethe unper part W1ICorcd i up on the surface of pet crew got out two boats and reached an Iceberg on which they ro malnetl for twenryefght hours At the cud of that period the Norwegian sealer tlunlltll rescued them 0 KENTUCKY CLEOPATRA woo Unfortunate man Clasps Poisonous Snake to Her Bosom Mrs Rose Blaoni snld tix be a member ort prominent family of Pndueah Ky was at last reports at deaths door at Olioi Tciiu the upper portion hor body b thg swollcn to frightful J proportions as the result of a desperate attcmptj to emulate Clfcopatrn the n queen who In anccit history IEgntI ted with having clasped the TitEr FOCX1 M Vli ItElTJLB IX liEU luridly cobra tto her bosoin usn balm for her wouiukd feelings after the love opLsotJe with Mark Antony Mrs Illqom arrived in Obloii several days agr ftoni Union ditv She was neciiniKtnlci by a fashionably dressed mail and they registered as husbnml land wffe lie had bcfcln missing for several days antI when tho doctors wore caller In to attend Mrs Bloom who was in convulsions they found live reptile in her roopj mid tbowoitl an In a semiconscious state She tried fo explain that she dill not care to live longer and that she had driven Into the country for the pur pose of securing the poisonous spread lug udder a variety of Tennessee snake whose bite Is fatal The unfortunate woman had placed the snake in her corsage arid clasped it to her body The bosom had been punctured several times by the fangs olj the snake Tlfe ophidian was dis I patched IrhBelgian rojidijt v lit Kocinit harmless on its face but nicanimigIsThe senator smilotl1 It reminds me he said of the old miser of riiy native Athens This miser hated to part with money anti 4o tim blminrotmsIYtllnz t1IJutlutfl1tll neeountIna handsome legacy In my will The elector looked tthoughtful Allow me he said to look at that prescription nslightBiUly OvvoIUn itoWJrfnnlllrlnkfyour lienU Ne York Press VVheh you feel the need of a pill fake smalllplUaway headaches Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store y y 7 y y y y y For the I Campaigil Kentucky elects a lull State ticket this fall and thecampaign and election will be strenuous You cannot keep posted unless you read a Democratic papjer tht prints THE NEWS without fear or favor T- heL11Yuh1 r Times Does This- We have made a special limited arrangement whereby we can seod by mail The Times FIVE MONTHS Jhe Newsleader 12 MONTHS Ft Only 2352 Send your order for the com bination to THIS PAPER no to The Louisville Times AT Once as the offerwill positively be withdrawn SEPTEMBER 1 lite SPoRTING WORLD Longboat Remains an Amateur There Ic aigootl deal of satisfaction icnong allege nUll amateur athletes over tlu announcement that Tom Iongboat the famous Canadian In clinii has refused to become a prof s sional The temptation to Longboat wjas very j strong for had be been willing to give up lila amateur standing he could 1 TOM have Biade cousltlerable money by runuliig against Alfred Shrubb the Knglish niul world e champlo distance runner lDgIOIhi Shrubb crossed the ocean J Having tailed to secure n race with Longboat who jvqu the Boston Mara thoh race Shrubb hitrt come forward with another ofTer Shrubb says he IW will run against any two then In America for five miles for n purse of roo each of hl4 opponents to run two a and onehnlf miles whIle he runs thu full distance Shortly before Shrubb left England he ran lu a similar race winning hnudllv a four mile eveut In which a new mini opposed him In eery Riicceeding tulle Iev Jeff Dumps the Fight fakirJim Jeffries put Ills soul of dump proval on Pugilistic fakirs the other tl day when he saltlt I shall never meet a mini who has been mixed up In any crooked prize lIght The boxliig gaiiie In the country will bq killed If managers allow them selves to be Imposed upon by these b self confessed fakirs There is not reason why bouts should not be fought on the level Pugilists nowadays are gettlngmora morley for their fight I than the old timers rrtelved mud twenty years ago a a scandiji lu championship contests hhatcd aL Tbe ILrbten nrr Now Ready For Businesse I The Lebanon Wholesale Grocery v te s And tfangltclonrs Agents Lebanon Kj a I Give uA a chance itjour business We claim Wcajilf 31Psave you money oh any article you may need ln oun line Some say they cannot do what they claim Now rlet us see If we can Come just for a Regent andT with nis and then see if we have deceived you le is asking or rather making you p ya32cJ lIt rteto Springfield It that true I mean an IIf1gre rate Let us figure now just a little Let us only 1500 pounds of freight to lay down at Spriaelwill cost you how many dollars and cents Let us1500 pounds at 32c average amounts to iSOIsThat is what the L N says you mustpay it incase it acts for you Now lefc us have achanceiis It we offer to you 1500 pounds from us at aaverage amounts to not 180 but 75c aof 405 on 1500 UQunds How many such of this kind will y have in 12 rnonthsbusl IIWhat ik yourselves Let us go just a step fartherniany goohs do you have sisiashtd up and stolen in that you lose outrIght 100 small amouQtsitclaims for Why nojiet ave YOU at leastyou are payIng for It due you at all tlme4 One more wornand then w will leave iit to you HOtY long do you have to wait for goods at times when ou are a in a big hurry When ycu find you are ott of some c artIcle you need and need had cii you get it the same I PhonetheLEBANONthatwe will have any article that you mat need in front of your place of business in good shape leady forFImmediate use Drop us a card on the moining maiL at acost of one cent add see if we will make good ourIfA trial will prove We ask no more IIpromise a Saw Yon Money IWill W GiY6 llChances I I 1L1I 1IItt II IceC Cream and Soft Drinll afI have fitted up my place of bU ia M on Mais IStreet next to the Walton Hotel for the sale o Ic 3 Cream and Soft Drinks and will also haveai I LUNCHROOM t I will also keep on hand fresh frwts ofal ki tfEverything new and clean respWtfaMyMJick a ii share of the public patronage tr I 3 CL PRicem m m tIM ti frArns GREENI 088 I pug Brand a IIThe Kind That Kills I iJr CORNER DRUG STORE S Ooooogihe Safest and Quickest Way to 11 Transfer MonJ y P 4ISBY v Long Distance Telephone i For Rates aVj11Lo Tool Man g i tifCUll btbtrIln d Tclcphwie iT1egrapl pfIJ INCORPORtTED 1 oc ooocooooG O p ere atriim 10 Tace q cnance tnefu5 as he public would never fo out to see battle between tacu whose reppln tlons had been tarnished by susplc ius deals t If I am ever called upon to defend my title it will not be againSt anuin who hits been a party to aslrparrias t fight I Intro as much cbn1onpt for these felloes as the generalt pub lie has 11lcll wninpt hesitate fofet Ogoant taklns It I ever learn iot1t- heir crooked affalrsL I vOuletrathi fight atarky than take oil any of tht class oftcowarda HInts For Rlrif Btftri Tnder a heading UemiKXr SrtjwMiteiV tthe OirIeiBiirnu F1a- suuexelituie CMtisf t prints the faltowla ti Tim jhimblliur feature Jmiftb fMiM inateil antil the ganyj placed oil I sportsmunshlp bajulsI Cut the number of roM tBC k stndrd that la every aecowl ot 4 fight the men murtput tor i Utel lMt efforts or have thi witch dcfrl BO wsIco- ntest I t Cleanse and keep Ieaa ttwciiib i clubs handling Uglits 40 tJJIi ts tempts at shady vrorkrjMjr Je lpp In the hud 4 7 I tC41Saflnal resoeto WtBIJDeey prohibiting boxmcI If JI the fak taint of scandal1 And after that tie fJMalfHR Lwb Take W TN o Ci tManager A W Jtxm o4 the ltcs4 IIIK Pa Atlantic le f ftlwU tettuti Iii utrtkhijr arrange weii4rib take tb j tab on it trJiJ fo Cube ttthe cke itf the IHtSeat seaoa 1e IHW bie iq coin- HtUliteuItliui wltk several beieba pro motors itt that wo wat 0 as range a icries 6 sise fee the team iitteeic yeet o 1Iw Lawao took wu nil Adeaa eHih to Cuba where it Mi WMfi ec M UN1S thhftlAek fi IwlHc a taeiHw foe his iuItye1 fb will ot iaoeey is- haueissJtl i tn Cubs KI 6p S F DRUE WON RMMMNT DKNTIfcT TEEJH EXTRACTED llfHOUlr PAIN1 Pc P- IgWNGILpKr 1 All pevtL Work Strictly Ftr IuL 2ft DRJ MVDZ t I I L Oft boar 8 09IJUIQU 1t2pm I ovw Hydons ho tore J i f I 11 LampIon M D- cekOitrJhise o OmcaPi I3 awitCcNa S 1 ti o f MFVCSA- TTOrtNEY Y AT LAW eOS eoIekb8PIU1JlDLp ITW I Jt KoEiEM M W FYATT RBA3SHYATTq 4S i flh4dli aid irgiqny Oflk rU W Bal n8 gro J ery r opt Pre byterian church pr alWtAt AID SURGEONfi t Jr0ieiOyr Hardoh jRobert- v F Ktos Drue Store f X Phone l Office 115 bfReidenQef 172sl i7jj y1MAYES FJJEftAL uiCTOBg AID LICENSED EMBAlMR TELEPHONE l DAY19ANIGHTt 74 j jIGapIiK1 CaIr6 d Schedule r f11 Following is the tune schedulES iK ir in effect on the Bardatqwb odl Springfield branch railroad o Noi4l Leayes Louisville at at 430Jp m Bardatb wn Junctioii 522 pm j Bardstown 606 pm arrive at Sprjngfaeld 705 p ni tt No 42 Leaves Springfield at 2Qs m Bardstown B07 aYinV Bardown Junction 650 ampI t prs at JjOuisy ille 740 am y b 4llrves Louisville at- 82Qajm Bardstown Junction 910 am Bardstown lIMO am M v arriy t Sprint eld 1230 pm Xo44rkeavcs Springfield a k ipm Bardstown 220 pme Bardstown JtTnotunu 435 pm iirriyefi at Louisville 545 pm Np 90 Sundays only Leaves BptinKtfcsld at 715m BardsS or a 8m Bardst wn Junction I84am arrives at Louisville Jiam1 i Ko 91 Sunday only Leaves Iib iiyilleat 6pni Bardstownlll 645JrlBctkby p Init tSO p HI arrive at Springfield I Prtl KILLmiCOUCHA L w DrKings vr N DiscoverY is il oCONSUMPTIOH Pricelie itidQUickMt Cure for all of i1rJaOAT and LTHTft TKOUB or YJtAoxE J sper on Market =X Mr Jasper Whallen formerly at with Mr J H Kearns ot Leba ion Kyj is flOw associated with Off B Smith Market Street I etw4en 3rd and 4th Louisville iKy ftVe cordially invite our rrietjJ3s artd your friends to cal tytori u4 when in the city and to t j send 1 us orders for any goods ijrbu inay needV V 1 2 PLr Straiikt Wibkfes 225 to 4 iJtrJallM tIcdmbondIOC 1l KI quart 10 per case l t We ship to aJL points iront baUvnie i3pu l or fidm 423l i 1ci 425 SJafef Street H New Al hy Indiana iWkt fL Smith tL rcYatcI L jburM cL1t 8insCct oii tlte manylitl4tcwts common ertry tallltJr DW j4 Carcollz d ltc IIazeI faIva Itc tre r if tRfe ooi iinc duMnf clean and t liuf B e aisre you jrjei DfWitta 8oltl by the Rd CroM Tru Store I J jrt TOWN nt HH iAnWi HfiiiH64 Local Happenings of Interest 1 The Freshest and Latest I I AHAMut Yourself Friends and Acquaintances1 1AARj Get jar tops and gums at Lawrences grocery Try Satisfaction best coffee Jt8c at Lawrences grocery Stone jars and jugs all sizes Tie per gallon at Lawrences grotery Fruit jars pints quarts half iioicheap at Lawrences grocery A fine 12 pound boy arrived at the hotnaof Mr and Mrs Ed ROM Friday i iBuyr the Fairbanks Morse enlj l njNiirid crushers best made NG Marks AgtI A 10tot wjiithi duck has will jj at 25c and 5flpJ former prices were 75c to 175 at MrsJ illiadFs The Seal that stands fo- rualtyGreen SealJPaintv For ateby MackIule KY MachineryQf all kinds oyer haul d JNG Marks machine shop Gasoline engines aspeciii i ty Two Paint rules cleanliness rst Second use Green Sea- lorsaltby W L Yancey Mack ille Ky f WANTEDAbout 50 head of or some cattle tjo pasc tore Hartwell Etherington J Wjllisburg Ky vHave your knives plow points ycles cythes and lawn ijiower- sr6id at my shop v NG Marks A pleasing effecta gown of Green Seal on your house makes itIQckstylisbandmviting For Mackvi1IetJKyf FOUND On the streets of- pringfield a ladys watch Owner can have same by calhug the NewsLeader office FOR itNTwoniceroomsini- e Searcy flat Water connec tions in backroom Apply to L Searcy or to GC Car entei Conrad Hortlem bought of S Campbell the dwelling housed c and lot on the Lebanon road hown as the old toll gate i rty popd I t Just consult good painters in 2 regard to the virtues of Green ealA Their stories will be ihg l same For sale by W L jt Yancey Mackville Ky- NOTICEAll I persons owning t cemeterYtaresomething tow ardspyind aii man to attend to the cerneetys and to keep the same in order I the Springfield and Harrods burg base ball teams will cross t bats tHigh School Park here Friday afternoon A good game promised as the teams are matched i Congressman Ben Johnson Bardstown will lecture inthef Opea House at Springfield riday night August 16 on the Panama Canal for the benefit of1 the five Springfield chiurchse Mrs Mattie Mulligan widow otthe l late a P Mulligan died her home in Louisville last Friday The deceased was a former resident oftbisIcounty and moved to Louisyill aboutt fifteen years ago The members of the Spring field Lodge No 50 Fan4iA M are requested to be prejsent at the next stated meeting Aug 5th 1907 by order of the lodge July J b 1907 Important jiE S MAYES Secty si The Washington County Teachers Institute willvbe held at the graded school building here next week from Aug 5ti tto 9th All teachers are required I to attend and all interested in schools of the county are invited to be present An interesting program has been arranged 7 Mr D BLake the real estate agent sold 99 acres ot land near ooker station for M orlctBoblittto Byron Croak arid Ed Offutt Mr take also negociated a trade whereby M r Jim Ecfc Sutton trades bis farm nar Fenwj k to Mr Chas TL3Iy th l tt r 9U l1d- sL4 j TP1PIP9 I Fflttflflfl1tflflflftftl flflILfl n field lot on n Grundy Avenue in Spring j Miss Cocanougher adIMiss Gleava Cocanougher aged sixteen year the beloved daughter of Mjv and Mrs W R cCoCanougSaturday morning last at the home of her parents in the Texas neighbor hood She bad been a sufferer from consumption for about eight months and her death was not unexpected There was per haps not a more popular young girl in the neighborhood in which she lived than the deceased Her lovable disposition had endeared toa llarge cIrcle of friends and there was a universal ex pression of sorrow at the announcement of her death Her fond parents have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement The funeral services were con aucted by RevPurdQmatBeth iehem on Sunday Death of Miss HamiltoIiI iOnel we have been called on to chron icle for some time was that of Miss renceCeceliJJHamilton who died at her home near Fred llnoonll of only ten days of typhoid fever Miss Hamilton was 22 years of age and was a daughter of Mr and Mrs L A Hamilton She was a beautiful character an I possessed many accomplish ments of mind and person which endeared her to all with whom she was thrown in contact Shejji was a graduate of St Catherine having been valedictorian the I class of 1902 V This taking away of a brightI young life is one of Ghds plicable decrees and it Is not forE s to question His motive but to taRe comfort in the belief that it is all for the best The bereaved father and mother f and brothers and sisters have the most sincere Jsympathy of the community in this their sad hour of bereavement t The funerjal services were conJJ dupted Saturday morning at StIJ Ease Death at Mackville The villasre of Mackyille and community re Knocked by the eath ofJohnie Graves one of- fits favorjte young men whoj djed of a complication of troubles on last Saturday Julyj 7th at 10 oclock A M He was a son of Mr and Mrs Henry Graves who liyes on the- Mackville aud Willi burg rike Having been told by his physi cians that his hours were num bered lie made his preperations o leaVe his loved ones and and meet his God A sad feature in his death was that his only Mrs Black of Illinois was hastening to his bed side that she might see him r before the end but she failed to arrive until 3 oclock P M and he passed away at 10 oclock A M The fu n ralservlces were conducted by Rev D F Stafford of Louisville Ky at theJ Mack ville Christian church on Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock and the burial in village ceme tery A mQltitude of people attended these services him honor and all felt tho1did had lost a personal frien leaves a father and mother sis ter and brother who will miss him mbstof alJ I Sac Death in Louisville Valley Hill Cor to NewsLeader Mr Jam sC Tatuin Louof isvill died on last Thursday at 1 oclock am after mdergoing a seyere operation for appendicitis on Monday previous to his sad demise Mr Tatum faso son of Mr T A Tat Itot this place ana was a des tvjt1g youngman He Ws b9rnMaySO 1880 m this county anc1iv din his mother county until about 9 years ago when hi went to Louisville and launched forth iinto the business world as a practically uneducated and inexperienced youth Laboring under this handicap tofor a year or two possibly ere he jealized that honesty and Sobriety together with the love and abiding grace of a heavenly Father would shape the destiny of his future life and he accord t togly accepted tLo love of Him tI vi ho loves unto death and n1I fessed his sins and united with the Campbelj Street Christian t chu 4boiiI dx years ago he u t f 6a f flflVEI l T2T V4 Veilund iIAll feadj towear and Street Hats to be closedout at SOc All good to be6 sold at greatly I1 reduced 1 prices MISS KNOTT I s Opposite Postoffice was united in ithe holy bonds of matrimony with Mis Addie Keely a young school teacher of Louisville To this happy union one child a beautiful daughter was born and sha is left to mourn the loss of her kind lather with her heart broken m jther Until a year or two ago Mr TatJlmhadenjoyed fairly good Jhealth but from that time forward sickness overtook hira and it Was his lot to suffer a iatal attack ot appendicitis JJe was by occupation a barber and he commanded the rfspect of all who came in contact with him during his business Career Besides a wife and one child a father two sisters and three brothers remain to mourn his oss Interment after appropriate funeral services at the church of which he was a mem ber in Cave Hill cemetery whore he awaits the remain of loved ones behind him UNO Free Scholarships Tne Fall session of the Wes tern Kentucky State Normal School at Bowling Green will f begin September 3 1907 Wash ingtbn county is entitled to ten additional scholarships for the present scbotastic year These scholarships are awarded in ad to those issued last year also have a right to appoint eligible applicants to use fragments of unused scholarships The Normal is doing a great j work and is offering boys andt girls men and womeh excellent opportunities to acquire an edu 1cationboard at rates ranging from t9 to 12 3er month everything furnishel and with free tuition n education has certainly been put within the reach of every one Persohs 16 years old ortolder are eligible to appointment Those who desire free tuition should see or write before August 10 a id make application or free ins ruction An examination of applicants for appoint nent will be heM on the 17th jay of August at the Graded cchbol building in Sprlngfieldj I J W BUSH Supt omD n Schools Notice i T have sold my dwelling prop erty and have rented the store iroom now occupied by Reidels saloon and will open at that place on August 15th with a different line of business I therefore desire to sell my gro cery business We are doing from 9000 to 12000 worth of business a year and our trade is practically all cash It is a good opportunity for someone to en gage In a profitable business nddwe will sell at a bargain For further particulars call at Camp bells grocery MRS IITXZTE CAMPBELL Cnred of Bri1s Disease rGeoMills Lswrence Co N YV writes Ii1 had kidney diaaesp for many years and had been trehted by phi islcleiisl i a well know kidjiey medicine and other temtdies that were rccontmend ed but got no relief until I began using Foleys Kidney Cure The first half bottle relieved me and fosr bot ties have cured me of this dreadful disease Before I began tafiinfr Fol eyd Kidney Ours I had to make uuler about every iitteen minutes day and iiight shd prased a brick lust siibstadce I believe that would have died if I bad not takenI Foley i Kidney Cure tI ior bale by the Red Cross Drug Store For Sale A two horse power gasoline engine in good running order will sell heap Apply to the Bfue GJbss1tfFO Co fmF Grigsby Atty K Grain Cradles I haveon hand plenty of grain cradles made of the best natural l growth timber At t1irame old sknd W H Bond Springfield Ky 4 FCNAL Miss Lydia McElroy is in Lou l isville I Mr W IL CIa ybrooke is in Winchester MrJoe Price walnm Bards town Tuesday Mr Neal Boblitt spent Tuesday at Nazareth Miss May McGill oft banon spent Saturday here Mr John Spalding of Bards town spent Sunday here Mr Will Selecman of Louis yule spent Suriday at Home fMr G C Wharton iis in Mer cer county tills week on business Miss Fannie Moore of Lebanon is visiting Miss Sue Ray tx Miss Dora Guetig nJ Trrfiic yule is visiting MissKati HeJ lein MrlVR Curry of Louis villk was here tlie first of the 1IMiss Susie Maratti of Webb i City Mo is visiting Mrs HM ONan Mr John M Wycoff spent Sunday at MackVille with his mother l Miss Creel andMr McHenryT McChord Were visitors town Saturday SMrsfield visited Mrs Will Merritt last week Mrs JuliaExall of Paducabs is visiting Mrs John W Lewis this week MrsFrankJones of Crescenjb Hill is a guess of Mrs Walter Leachman Miss Mary Lee Simms has re turned from Lebanon where she visited friends Miss Fannie Smith w spend he latter part of the veek in J Louisville Miss Flaget Simms has re turntd from a visit to frieqds in Lebanon n The Misses Montgomery of Louisville are guests at the G A Medley borne Miss Lillian Andeison tf Danville is visiting her aunt Mrs H M ONan Miss Margaret Hurst of Lou isville is visiting Miqsen Mary Eand Margaret NoeLMrj and Mrs Fred Manget ofw Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs John W Lewis Mr John Crawford of Leb non visited his cousin Mr A C McElroy aver Sunday tMrsMrs McMakin spent Sunday 0withMrs John S McElroy was called to Paris this week by the eath of her brotherinlaw Misses Lua Pearl anS B sJsie Campbell returned from Crab Orchard last ThursdayT MrsWA Colvin arid Miss Isa Colvin of Fairfield visited- elatiies here over Sunday l Mrs P G McElroy daughter r Whitney lefti this morn ing to viiit relatives at Amelia OnlobMrs E S Mayes Jr and Miss Annie Mayjes spent Tues I day with Mrs John B Mahon at Lebairnimj Messrs Walter Reidel Cliff Green Wailer Leaclinian and Charie 4Greene spent Tuesday at Bardstown f fylisj sitrJ Mrs Geo Moore in Lebanon last week and attend ed Cbautauquar Robert Mayes fis at home from Lexingtjnt where helms been taking a special summer course at State College Miss Lonie Canter daughter of Mrs Kate Canter of Louis ville is yislting Mrs John Canjji ter of this place Mrs Sallie Shaunty hasreJturned from a visit to relatives in Texas and isat her new home on Virginia avenue MlasBessie Bradford left for fcif hpmo t Georf town yester R BISIHT 1 g BISIGHtr I Ask for Bisight The new A invisible Double Gloss The 1 only double glass that is i ground in IiePIEcEIfor far and near work We also SBI1 thgKryptox 1d Oplfex I Bifocal Glass inRf WC GRIGSBY of the best Optical Soresin the State He hasI1add dthiS store the 1011lowing instruments The Geneva combined RetinaCC scope and Ophthalmoscope and the C I Ophthalmo 5 meter for measuring the astigmatic Eyes He has in stalled 13 water motor and put in a dynamo for light C 7 ing up the above instru ibqnts He fills Occulists 9 Prescriptionl and does allr5 c kinds of frame work o Frames madeto order to 5 any face yHe is making special Offi ttinkg fitII9 and fits tnem correctly 9 gu antees satisfaction S W C GRIGSBY The Leading Optician BAR STQWN KENTUCKY 7 r r day after pleasant visit with Miss Lucy Selecman A Mr and Mrs George H Hobbs of Cpvington are visit ing the formers cousin Mr F M Martin and family Messrs John Grace W 01 Reed and John F Simms attended the baseball game at Bardstowu Tuesday Dr Joe Cassell Iof Harriman nn iis visiting at Mr S R Gray c who has been on ick list the past week theII Misses Susie Penn and Ethel i 4 earcy and Mr H M Moss re turned from Jamestown Expo Saturday evening Mrs Emmett Field of Cres ent Hill and Mrs Mattie McDowell of Danville ate visiting their relatives here Francis P Mulvy a former Springfield boy who is now liv ing iii Louisville paid bis friends here a short visit this week Mrs G Fi Hambleton of Hillsbpro Ohio and her two boys are vhiting her parents I Mr and Mrs Taylor Spalding I Prof and Mrs JL Harmon f Bowling Green are visiung Mr and Mrs N C Campbell and other relatives in the county Mrs SR Gray has returned from Owenton where shej was called on account of the illness 4 of her daughter Miss Katherine Bottts f I Mrs Arch Hayes and Mrs I dgar Martin have returned to- ouisville I after months yisit I ith their parents Mr and Mrs Henry Leachman Miss McAtee of Louisville s and Misses Mackin ana Ed wards of Marion county were iquests of Miss Margaret Hagan first of the week Messrs Marshal DunpanW Reed J C Greene Shaker Robertson and Wathen Simoss attended the hop at Lebanon last FridaiTnlgnt Mr and Mrs Roland Colvin f Duraunt Miss were guests of the former brother and sisler 1 Prof Geo w Colyin land Mrs D Tappover Sunday kMrturned from a trip through theI West He visited his brother Mr Nod Thompson at Hutchert on Kansas While on his trip 11- Mr Sidney Green who has een in Louisville severuj months suffered a stroke or paralysis last week and came out home Saturday to remain until he recovers 4 Col Nicholas McD weil wife and daughter Miss Sue of Danville visited relatives from Saturday until Monday enroute rom Tatham Springs to their homef I Mrs WE Grume of erickstownl has ratnrned Frediiafter a visit to her sister Nat C Campbell Dr Crume spent the dayMondayat the Campbellhome The tyany friends here of Dr John M Spalding will be pleas ei to learn of his gooq fortune irit the iWest t He writes the NewsLeaSer ordering t h e paper sent to nimat Lark Utah where he has a goo and lucrav live position as inirie physician 4 Lark Jsa mining settilemtnt 4 twenty mules from Salt Lake 4 Qity 1 I I i9 4 1 r t JH E k IBcSTORE11Cri1es I Stockc i ofII I i to be found in Central Kentucky I y lI 1r p J 1 k jiGoidsf l 41i Allays ty be Satisfactory IIrr r Ji Watch This Space i Each weekarid you will Profit h rebls TheR beFtso ClaYbrOOke OJ 1 1 1 I INCORPORATED i r I j I I 11i I at I I r BargaillsBig argainsfl i Iffi j f fIi I v I IN TIN AND GLASSWARE r J it t Good bargains jn Masons Jars pints tt Jquarts and haJf gallons J Jfr My stock of Groceriea is complete ia every lii t Meat Lard sugar I and Bpir = 1I lk sold at close prices for cash Country produce iia ex ichange same as cash = CASH PAID FOR EGGS 4 0 1 F1VEPERCENTOFFFORCASI i11I Ltcr w p LAWRENCE fll1 f ta tH j 0 SUfflfflM CLOTHESJ i + n ANDL it y f I Iarej v jot7r 0t E il 4 0suiith4iULw kaveafiJf Two Plere Suits I- Pr HOtWthI wr IrrN aadt1Mattii1 at Ztoils 1- III 7 jTTt j Ik it cII Buy From Us and tep tit 1rI yr i F J f f4 4 4k 4a i f I 7 Y c W r i v I r ro SLAVE TELYE YEARS r Strif li Story of Gin Who Red rit9tyqtnlW f O4F9fl5i AORSE r tMHtr Parene ShToilitd JrefHrJIwrdl ini Nty c Knew Tjttk Thr is Anythini Else In Lif bTw Ivje years a white slave Ignorant jatre tsa world beyond the Iirkiod1ands of Chesterfleid cbuu tyf VioaTpiere In 41fe above the pk v aMoxeu ad cows tbferehas llred witiiU an blursrld of tlie capi tal IQl Rlchnlond a gfrj woman whose history just revenledlstbe most amazing Virginia lids ever Ijenrd- T2kano i is the only name the young wpmREhasl ever had Despite the life lite has been forced to live she is still 4aftra tIve Size has big brown eyes 4 a heavy mass of dark hair Under j tb circumstances she might have b CbeautIfuL Burshe IS as ignowint IJfr JUNS GAUB SUE CUOPPED DOW TBETiJ as Ji savage She never saw a school If jSJie ever heard oC one She did not know what the w3rd meant II lillie twelve yqars of Eleanoras slav eryhaYe held nothing Ijut hard bitter work In rough clothing sometimes mans trousers and boots she at obllged tOlfel trees Ithannx to guide the os team that drew Vie pfow across the hartl stony fields to dig ditches and dam streams and to care for the farm animalsl Sbe received no reward She was permitted no pleasure A shakedown bed on an attic floor anjl a scant al l wance of food Were all she got outiof her years of Jabor leanora since her arrival lu Rich moM not long ago has bech working tosupport herself while hbr friends nre investigating her history She laughed like a child when sbje received her first wages She seldom saw any money andhad never had a tent of her 6n before commitIttee of farmers from the Virginia hills In GhestQEfloId and they toll the story to J Kent Rawley an atfcrney He journeyed out Into the couury and In estlgated From liathsawand heard he became convinced j the truth of the tale Thci the faimers and neighbors who knew of Ele bras suf iferiugs contributed trom uielr small ja ings enough to retain ir Rawley He Is cobu to bring suit Dt Inst Elea nth as late master vffThe girl was lustrticteil t run away from her place of captivity and come 1 Richmond She did so at hasvbcdJi ijIngpod hand eversince ifJt was on the farm of J J Cawloy a dairyman that Eleauora sp nt her life Tnnd against Cawlcy the s lit will be tirpught alleging he bough hQr when she was a chlfl find has eptiibr in peonage ever since J From information and rtnnor piclced up from various sources L wyrir liaw- ieyJ has pieced together a tory spme thIng like thiS Tweiityolie years ago a nan and a woman lived in an old hot senear the lintel old Palmore the hen iltoCjChcs terfield county A chlldv as boVn to then a little girl who was called Eieanora The fathers une was Gul der or Gulden The mothei was Lizzie fMurrln or Jlorrell With na month fitter the birth of the chili the father disappeared Soon attprwaixi the moth- err vanished too cud Ins me fashion tlie babji was cared for by the hermit NIne years later Falmore retired still farther Ito the woods B it before he went the story has It he offered tile child toi Cawley for 5 md all old broken tlown horse that tl e dairyman had turned out to die CjjlYlefItJJsnldt bOq ht the girl lgntctlu nermltHhe mone and horse c jiiud tfiete Is a story of a signed and sealed naper passing betw en the men IPver Ihei bargain AtnJlj events Eleanora sbeenon- the c why place ever sine ejShe learn ed thafr he was not the Qiwleysf child and asked them who her i orents were but they never told her either would Pahnore whom she saw casionally Long ha ceased trj lug to learn her Idcntlty and became a hopeless spiritless slave Sh6 diLl t ot even havd tinbltlon enough to escape She did hot kflov there were elU sand towns riearCbesterfleld county Jack Grim Still on Earth lack Grlri Amps Itusles first catch er who had much to dwlUi bring lug out that rentlltcb fitcncJ1J if setback In the harness He will play MlUithjj rndla polls GUI club team MazurIie Reserves Iriin is of tho opinion tit kUImirm tins icome back Jt brw1nUglit tor s the Indinnipol1s anti n t lntJflnit utLlgue 001ls IJ aJkLA LL Suostituf For CorKserew If you have yo corkscrew handy take a common screw and tie a string around in Now screw It into your cork and pull it out with the striiig Of take two forks and stlck Into the cork on opposite sides of each other not too near Cacir other nor too near the edge Then PaS the blade of a knife through the forks and give a quick twist To Avoid Blo6d Poisoning lor a brdo or cut or crushed Angers Put two hot coalson a shovel aiid turn oyer them a small amount of any oil Sewing machine qIl will aiiswer the purppse Huld the wound lu the smoke that arises Pour on more oil If need ed This will take out every bitS of soreness Take the coals out of doors before applying tile oIlJJ Pr6veht G qods Turning YelIov To prevetit thltb fabrics sucyh as mile or silk evening owni choke lacer rapeshawls becomiug yellow when Hacked away sprinkle bits of white wax freely among the folds VaselinojPrevents Blisters A little vaseline applied to the skin before pultmir on aniMstard plaster wlil prevent blistering The same holds At odlfiodlpel Is used Instead of mus tard NEW SHOT SfbRIES Caught Both Ways William T Stead at the end of his vlsltto 1ileIn the cause ofrpeaqe said tntea You have disappointed mea little here Despite all my effoirts to make you you have not gone in youri eace championship the lengths I hhd expect ed you to go Exiunination time js ap preaching and I am us disappointed as a tutor was in an examination that I attended In ray youth This tutor prided himself on liis de tecthe shut and seeing a student con suIting hIs watch repeatedly he called qut to him with a wise smile utthatSmith seouied worried He advanc ed and liiindcd forth his watch The ILL HAVE AXOTHEIS LOOK AT THA7 AVATCH1 tutor opened It and lBasted across the dlala tiny slip of j aper bearing the word Fooled Of courseAthen Smith was allowed to resume his work But the tutor kept his eye on him And certainly the young man kept looking at his watch with suspicious freQuency Mr Smith The voice was loiul and peremptory Smith thrust hii watch back in his pocket and started guiltily IMr Smith Ill just have anojther look at that watch pJeaseIBut this time the tutor did not go for the face He opened the bick of Vie watch Instead And there sure enough he found a small folded paper Examining it eagerly lie r udIFoofefl again XMas an Apt Interpreter Mr Paijvin first assistant to District Attorney jjerprne of New York told the following story ntn little dinner one evening There was an Irishman Dejmls OToole who served as a scinlbailhT semiinterpreter facts and fiction In Judge Wliibnaus police tfourt One day a prisoner was brought to time bar when the following colloquy onsucd The Judge What Is your name A mumble from the prisoner OToolq Michael ODonohue your honor The Judgew1ierewcre you born The Prisoner In the dearest puld Jaml God bless her OToole In Ireland Tile Judge Where doyou live The Prisoner In among the goats OToole In Harlem Tlie Judge Can you read and wrIte t The Prisoner Im a Ditnmyera- tOTooleNo your honor un1religiousJ n OToole Hes a Protestant your boiu or Killing Time At the Janjeatowii exposition Mark Twain talked about laziness ata din net mVe sire all lazy he said but some ofrus fight it down Some of dont usngalnj j 1 knew a noncombatant of when lwnsa bOy hf Hannibal Ills name was Jim Black and one fine summer mprnirig I found him lying un der a tree beside site river listening to the birds and watching the steamboats glide up and down the great stream Well what arm you here for I I said r pUcthemIIOhl said L Andnpw you are rest Ing are you Xo suld Jim lnintTeit1ng1be l cause I alht tIred4u just waiting rue the sun to sink ftwu behind that there hill sos I can kn fc orr work J L aa Ar Rickets YV r VV91 9fMrfy thfcivkibleI sign that b kys tiny bones Mt fomu rapidly enoulh OLackof noiaruKme t is the cause 0Sc trs jaLcion moiirihes babys v s YtIIfltteSf awl snakt Bone Or1 f FEcily wssMl iJpjOCCilfTJr We AMD M i t GHOST MAKES SIGNSI From His Grave Chinaman A peals Forj Help pt SCARES HORSE GRAZER STIFF Rescued at Last From Living Tomb Unfortunate Sn ofTzi Lu6g Is Confined In Templo Until He Proves He Is Not a Spirit 4 ghost that eats has thrown the towns of time Slangf district In China Into a commotion The facts are re markable The thirtyyearold son of Tzl Lung a schoolteacher was thought to have died of typhus fever His fain ily being very poor the body was plac ed In 0 frail food coffin nub buried p VHE SW A GAUNT WHJTE AK1I THKUST oly a few inches under the soil Out side the western gate of the town of Slahgyaug week later a man put his horse to IA on the spot The beast found grass near the grave and brought foot down on the soil above the coffin the lid ofy which was broken In a little while the owner of the horse saw a gaunt white arm thrust up 4orsestabout fo rise to avenge the Insult offer ed In the breaking of the coffin the watcher hurried up and began sJQpvelr ing earth Into the hole to keep the ghost down A muffled voi e expostulated and begged t6 be freed claiming to be the living son of Tat Lung The watcher fled in terror to the town where he told every one he met of what had happened TIre ghosts father urged that the ghost shouldbcJ left alone anti not further disturbed vr A large crowd however went out of the city to view tho wonder The ghost kept begging most piteously to be let out One man had courage enough to unearth the cover of thecof fin completely and open It allowlng time resurrected man to sit up RIce soup and wino were brought and TIt enously devoured by the ghost still sitting upright In his coffin Imbedded In the earth Finally the unhappy ghost was re- leAsed and confine In a temple until he coulcl prove himself to be a man lIlngI Set Robins Broken Leg bout six weeks ago Hugh McGill of Lock Haven Pa notlcedan old robin fluttering in the grass In front ojr his home After sonic effort he caught It with his hands and discovered that one of thejrobins legs was broken Taking redbreast into the house he wAshed catelulIythe bones knitted and soon the leg was found to be as godd as ever The jrobin was givel its freedom but in anlr tlon of the kind act It comes about lnIhouse many times every day and become so tame that it will eat from McGIlls hand The bled has a nest inn nearby tree and on being called by McGIll Invariably flies to him 1rFoughtIIJrtwceilFrederick county Vrf farmers for a number of years was settled at least in part on the public highway near Winchester when tile women driving with their husbands nict leaped from their carriages 1111 engaged In a list light Both rolled over and ocr In the road anti fought desperately while their husbands stqod in time shade and lleld the horses Time women fought until both were compictcly exhausted nTlio men thou sllok hands corO tally respecJDespondent Dog Hangs Himself r A valuable bulldog belonging to JOhn C Reed of 27 Ishell street lUnghara bii Y committed suicide by jump nj up against a picket fpuce until be hooked hicoIIar over one of thoplck eta He then swung himself around until the weigbk of his body on the leather strap shut off his wind and bs strangled The dog hrjd made a pre vims attempt to hang lhimself but was found in fime and taken from the fevre alUioiipli he fought savagely Vtjle ills owner unhookedl his collar front time picket FOR THE CHILDREN Ths KngsXIKvory boy or VII who over plnyefl giimu qf tug knows what it means ivhen sumac ono during game Cahi- 2qntlumj tagging me have mjy fin gtrs lIBS1 It inuhns of coui4me- klmnt its not fair to tug time player who Bays this and that lies perfectlj to do UB lie pleases rs- f AlOimigh we all know what tills means I wonder how runny ultra heard the origin of ll1llUahimtctmstord tlmrwheU clothefKtoiy Ijoolif men were wild ami law leis Education wys fadly uerfldcted anti about tho only thing tliiit meu realty knew Avell was howto tight udIto defend iiielr tights The pane stood little chance of Jua- ahtlI110Ihad Iearu03 to know some1ajand ord r Dlacea of Tefuce werpvett J If It Your wn Hair Do you pin your hat to your 0 n hair Cant do it H vent enough hair It must byou do not know Ayers H ur Vigor Heres an intro di ction May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair Use ithis splendid hairfood stip your falling hair and get rid of your dandruff ThO best kind of a testimonial Sbld Jor over sixty years Made byT Ayer Co Lowell Mm A Also manufacturers of t1q rs IIPILLSII ror time persepjifea poor These sane tunrlqg xverp onietlmes In the church es or perhaps In the kings ojnrn house Timer were cnllejl time Ikhigsi cross or time kings X and It from these that the boys rind girls of odhy get the idea of making n cross njlth their fin gers asa sign of safetyjAVashlngton Star IV New Version of Old Gqme A pretty flower game for children Is a version of London bridge Two chit dren clasp hands holding them In the form of ln arch as jut older game Under this arch the rest of the party pass time two children forming It sing Ing mean while Were looking for a daisy a daisy s daisy Were looklnp for a daisy And Heres one now So singing they capture some child and add him or her to their lines the prisoner choosing his captain as In Lou don bridge The song remains the same but the name of the flower Is changed after each capture As the tug of war Is considered rather strenuous for a cdm pUny Including little girls dancing In a ring would be much better The smaller ring dances Inside of the larger one when nil the flowers have been found Words EndingO The best spellers among the boys audi girls may be pardoneill if they are sometimes lu doubt whether to add el or simply s when pluraiizlng a noun ending In d There Is a simple rule that govern such eines however mul iftimeyivomidremnnmbertumat the doubt would be removed English nouns end ing in 0 pre cdctl by n consonant take 03 in the plural hvt those ending In o j PUIlIi examples of time f the plural o which are echoes yptlrtes and pota toes Folio am Vco are examples of tIme second the r Inrritaof which are pliOl and oimcj Time words sojo junto and canto anl a few others have lint boeh fully aiTglkized mind they take s only in time plural Another exception i time word two which usually plrrallsced as twos though some authorities prefer twocs Throwing the Heart Place nn ordinary scrap basketl In the cento bC the floor divide the gum lhito two thl5 and give each side time wuue number of hearts cnt out of card hoard but of a different color for each situ l Let time opposing sides tithe turns at tr juto tlirow the curtis into the bas kct from a given distmiee Time side golfing the reifler number of hearts Into time basket will be the wliiiler Tills sounds easy hut it Is surprising to see how readily the hearts land any where hut in the basket A booity prize might be given to the individual who dcslretb4HOrigin of the Word Pontiff A word with a queer origin Is pon tiff a high lpriest time real meaning of whlcji Is bridge maker It comes from the Latin word pontlfex vbich Js minnie np of lions a bridge und facto 10 niake rite name was given by time Romans to their chief priest bceuuFe Urst bridge over the Tiber vraw Miullt by hli You wlll timid that the cfuii definition of the adjective jIlini ilflear Is givtm by tjie diction tries as perlainiiigto the building of bridges Abut tho Dead Sea Tho Dead bba Is fortylive miles lont and from five to nine iullus wJde Its reetItHjiievcli ji Natures Playmate Theres rich Jittlt lussSe that poopltf call poor nut her plaything l1rop Qt1tIller dolls arc a score r For thoy grow on Hie Inighes they spring from tile Grot withIIrnst QlIlId They theylIllonLike brlsht mlrbowa tKiljre colored with every hue For a pardon Krovis thickly right up to the door Of this rich little laMte that people call poor She has pebbles to build a white castle strong Flower people to Hlllt a wonderful thropg For Brek Blush Rose In oak leaves queejn 0 the May Glossy Tulip all scarlet hir waiting niald Th rac UH corncob ladles with hair 3Pasarid lilies like milk Happy child She only to choose from her store This rich little lassie that people cal poor Youths Companion SheepDry u Us than thebetterIlllIlrcomration when given to TnUenlni iambi but it requires about 2T per cJnt more oats than corn fora given gain Itre quires about twice as much corn as fedInI l of equal parts of corn and oatp or two pHrtH of oats to one of corn fed with rots Is m economical ration for fat terming lambs Form Progress Who Was Lying There TIme Veracious Vergerhim the far cot ner lies VHIIani the Conker bplnd the orgin where yon cant see em the totals of GuFFox Itoblii 0od pardlnal Wolsey Now lions guidebook as seeS you aVe In n1oII and tell you who Is lyin hethsir uesS4tLti The Skeptical Mull Tourist No but I + 11Wotan11 Dupont Pa Chained to a stake in the yard of their home and eXposed on clay to the broiling sun without a mouthfulbf wa ter or food Mrs Michael Sqblnsky o t Dupont near Wllkesbarre Pa was rescued by a party of miners oh their way home from work and subsequent ly caused the arrest of her husband by the state constabulary She said he overpowered her tied her lurms anil legs and chained her to the litake because she would not tell him vhere she had hidden Her savings which she did not want bim to haveIf Then to Increase his crueljy she said LofThe house Is far from the nearest neigimbo and snot until evenidg werf the wo4umns cries hmeart1 and she wa rescued The husband iIs In jail TEETH IN HER LUNGS Woman Inhaled Them After Dentist HadEtherized Her Mrs JLelab A Wlieeler bahaled Into her Jungs fragments of jher teeth Pneumonia developed and she died at her home In Oakvllle Con Shewas twentyfive years old Mrs Vhceief Aveut to have some teeth pulled several weeks ago The dentist etherized her it is said and while she was unconscious portions broken from hcr te jth during the oper ation1 dropped down her wlmlplpe and lutD her lungs t On her way home she caught cold and In a severe coughing spell coughed up the crown of a tooth The pneumo nia that followed Avascouipjicated by an abscess of the lungs Physicians after a consultation tapped her lungs but could not save her life BABY SAILS IN SKY Carried Out Over Ocean by Bunch of Toy Balloons With a huge stack of toy balloons tied to her waist Minna Moody two years old daughter of J H Mpody of Waco Tex was carried out over the sea from the veranda of ya hotel at Rockportnnd only rescued by George j Munafee of Denver exploding enough of the balloons with bullets to permit an easy descent The tot came down St Josephs Island half a mile away The Moodys went to ilochport recent ly on a vacation Mrs Moody was with her daughter on the veranda when a peddler came up with the balloons Minna clasped her hands in de light and when she was seated In her mothers lap tile man tied the bundle around her waist Ob what fun Minna Said Mrs Mooy putting the child on the floor Minna tried to take a step forward but almost Instantly she wits caught off her feet by tile straining of the balloons which drIv- en by a fresh breeze headed straight for the sea Mrs Moody und the pedfr HE KXriiOpED sIx HAHOOXS dIet were so overcome with astonish went that they did not make a inoyo until the child was beyond reach The screams of the mother attracted j tho attention of many hundreds of per sons but nothing was done to savo tho little ooo until Mutiafco followed her In a launch She was almost n quarter of It mile from lland and fifty tC tln the air when Muuafce began sbootliigVith a rifle Iltfshot straight to the mark und hud exploded six balj loons when nunn begun to sink down ward Another shot increased her speed and Avaftffd by the wind she was car riots to the beach of the island where she was dropped as lightly as a oath er The child was crowing anti laugh lug Avhen placed again In her Iltotb arms Mrs Moody und four other women fainted from excitement whom Munafoc began shoothig but they Fcovered quickly to Join In rejoicing a Minnas escape j Baby Fills Five Stories but Isnt HurtI mouths oldThough only twenty rafinla Saudrella ot New York city recently broke worlds record She fell five stories and landed in the arms of a woman who had not seen her coma ing escaping without so much as a scratch Mrs Sandrella left her baby In a cradle which had been drawn close to a front window of the San drella homconthl fifth floor ot the tenement at 28 Cbrystie street Jump lug uji and down for several minutes tin youngst finally plunged through windowVHINTS FOR FARMERS Grinding Corn For Hogs For the past nine years the Wisconsin experiment station has been con ducting tests to liHcrnilne Avheth r grinding ort for hogs Is desirable In time tests previous to 1003W mld lungs were fllfth the c m1hut year cora was fed alone but thefre suits were so unsatisfactory as re girds thrill appetite giiins nd feed consumed per pound of gflin that it was not considered desirable to omitt middlings in subsequpnt t years rue results hlne varied a lltJIofrom year to your but considering the aver ago of all tests Hi hogs fed dry shrilled corn anti wheat nltldHnJR made an average gain of OG8 poundsIt oloili while an equal number fed corii men anti wheat middling gained 1100 prfunds ouch the Teed required per pound of gain lit the two eases bolng rio pounds mid 488 pounds The ear lug from grinding therefore has amounted to nT per cent Shredding Corn In South i Those who hn claeen neglecting their corn fodder in the south would t wall to hdthA XfilYitt wivtea ShreddlngI rl of the farm No farm should think of wasting anything that has food value The food problem Is the greatest prob lem we have for solution It Is much larger than kIng cott6n We must learn torOf amid save bed for plants animals andj people To feed anunais and thereby save the manure to feed our plants should demand far very best skill and efforts Prepare to save your cornstalks f FarmIthatIrcLItlmeslne te Therefore they mre glv Ing mora and more attention to their poultrY each year and seeking the bests InnyIowners hut these owners aremen that give poultry the place on the farm thai it should flit The care of such flocks theyIthese expenditures Why not try It 1ourseIC M rID awso1 In Successful Farming To Give Medicine to Horses JldmlnlsterMby adding n pint of watert ra bail by fixing with Unseed meal and molasses nnd making a roll jialf an inch In diameter and two inches long Harsh remedies should always be given In wu tergrueJ or beaten up with an egg To make a Jmorseeat medicine In a nash or Ingrain take some of the medicine arul1nlb the horses nose with It before you allow him tp smell the grain Time smell of the medicine On his nose ducplAes him and he will eat the grain without hay trouble Starting a Sheep Flock A successful sheep grower of wide experience says The flock of twenty five will yield better results per head than 100 and 10Q better than 300 There are n great many things about thandllng sheepthat cannot be put on paper nor learndd through Instruction nor In any other way than experience We know of no business In which there are greater returns for tfip money Invested than In thIs and we know none whIch so absolutely requires that the right thing be done at the right time anti In the right way sp dont start with too many FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Home Hints The continual wearing of gloves at night causes time bands to assume a yellowish tinge An occasional wear lug is all right v Large pores on the nose and chin may be reduced by applying several times a day a lotion made of lemon juice and glycerin or one of alum and water 4 After using borax and rosewater for the removal of tan and freckles n little cold cream should be applied as borax makes the skin dry A cure for hiccoughs Is to Inhale as much air as th kings will hOld amid retain It as iodg as possible lit one inhalation Is not enbugb repeat asrOf ten as necessary A sjmple mixture of equal parts of Jemoii juice honey and cologne ilit an excellent lotion for whitening the hands if they are abnormally jpd Apply at night rubbing well Into the skin Brari Water For Cleaning Few people know the value of bran water for household use For cleaning woodwork and particularly paint It ejmoveej It does not affect the varnishor finish as does nil alkali Colored goods prints etc which under ordinary conditions fade In Avashingwlll never lose their color or newness If washed In bran wat rIn washIng the hair It will be fojind a fhdroughvscalp cleans er nnd the hair wilt retain ltsnaturaj color md appear glossy Time water is easily prepared Fllban ordtnay salt bag with bran place It In a pall or other receptacle then pour hot water over same and it Isr ready for use Tho hands never suffer from the use of this water On the contrary they are Boftened mind whitened Raspberry Shruk Pf nit summer j drjnks this one is much considered To eight quarts of berries allow one pint of acetic acid and tom quarts of water Put all the Ingredients Into a stone jar and allow to stated for fortyeight hours stirring occasloiialiy FOr each pint of jqlce add a pbunjl of sugar Bolt for fifteen mlnutes mind bottle while hot Pound the corks hi tightly cutclose to the bottle and dip In hot war to Seal Rolling Rocking Chair To JInstantly cfangea rocking chair fIInt9h wheeling or Invalid chair Is made possible by the recent Invention oto California UlUAnordlnary It the cetiter necirmi of ANDwnT1IING time rockers device Is used asa whe CRuI1IIrod attached to limo ed to tho axle of tim wheels form to a rocking chair tho leaded und tho end ho framework TJioso who pro Intrusted with the care of Invalids will Instantly appreciate tho usefulness of this corn IgmrizeI vice Preparing Salsify Women waste time In scraping the outside skin off salsify or oyster plant f besides discoloring their hands Wa lllIplants clean and Loll whole la salted Iwater until tender Then plunge cold water for a moment when aklas tromyoungleetsflutter with a sliffht tUfckeukay oC itlrudeIrj tt ujL do take Ca uV Jf Jelemma M4111 rc ot Jde H W Va uaeciusitr suifedrig for severallyears With jffci tiIe trouble aodtryi ditfiient tors and meqIclnes I lastfoundi a ii icin ifo alt my ills and can recommend it above all othersjfbi enykt complaints 4 vii t Cardui furnishes iafe relief for backcheheadc1e periodical pains irregular painfufor tnhealhy4cata if t4 menial flow and all ailments from whlch sicki women suffer A perfect tonic for delicate women A pure vegetable medicine sqbjectto9 i se x Has ber fitd OVer ia million who used to suffer as Jt u do 1- fI ft every drug store in ILQO bottles i Wim US A LITTER dwcribfne fully n jqio sypiptnna AdvicelaAJvtsory Deptf the ChattanoOf Tensjq T oc I 0cAaDiutc 1 1 IHave Wiftidraln My Lit oflarms JtFroVnuthls adYertisemiftnt tempoi rariiy IR ofder that fI rriay reviitand Iwill in a short time anrldunce Some Great arga1sR ri IDfarmsaiidTownPiop IJJ lithe meantime I am prepar edo show prospective jurchers some very desirable farms rr nderKeSolidiOOi TB O tAKE jMcf t The Reall Estate and Insuranc Man1 I Even ourt GrandktTheic knewwha- tF BALLARDS 5NOW T L1NtMENTI t A CONVINCING PROOF I of the worth of a medicine te tHe cieut Zryone who has used Bollards Snow J ow it win 11Ii CURE writesMrs RHUMAT1sM CUTS PHAt rTwFJoe4i BURNS NEURALGIA CONTRACTED MUG1U 1AND ALL PAINS I USED soW LINIMBNT JO YEARS IV L Settle Blchmond XwzieLiy i to certify that Ihave u edyour Snow I4ni n fcfoc Ua years for rheumatism neuralgia JSiTT8BHlt and in every ea e it ha3 rendered 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