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ATf t j S lP iit is tII j It iN 8li8i I ipw 8EWESYOL XIV NO J 32 I SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 81907 4 4 LIXi PEI r Ik lJ t Ir lL iJi h I 11JlF TRUSTY ZI PRACTICAL U l1 iiBNTIST v A OCkeeyer HaVdom ic Barber iforkatraaaonable price 4 11 work guaranteed HfaPRINGFIBLP KY v rOUI JJWECTORY fC +RpZIXGIIZIiD ty seat of Wimiiii C intyS2 lie HttP 6sait ixiagt I5 flea frtf t IoII UIe Qfl Budstowr branck f t4oULe ud Xsltvi11euJlroad la ILitHIK aM ag1iClt1tfll district Tw uks e1etrapk and telephoBe e pces li eor Utlabet x4popnatioM R1OOJIOatiou9f b eMJIt1 spreatatFvietal Cgrs Hoe 4Be oksin rdtow 1 rt JteflCatatiycJ Xtack LeKls atmre Hon W D CUykrooke- tiitiTe i state SeniteOfl rrV1TMittc IebsoLXT ty J ncit y cikcuiT OOURT Circuit Court beffias i the fourth OMhir i Tebr ary lay 4ttOclo her 1 I H Thwrpa Jge K 14 Dtiru1llC omwealtkvA- teraej Kobt A Noe Clerk x G echslti Masthi oJlI HU SI t l QUAkTRIQOUR Qaafterly Court is held oCthe third iCoaday in eack 9ntllfBJvIitsey J dfe COUNTY COURT Co aty Court e tii on tbe fourth toadaybi ch mt1ltlt W F Booker Coanfy Clerk st bAGe rge Catlett Jailerl Sidacy Ofibourne Sheriff SarnAsderson thIHerb rtiEddleKiauX DepKtle thiJ5d Master Jr S t Jaiee F Moore p- TPOBryaa Assessor tl W T Mjtcheli Deputy itKobert NDe Treasurer JM Montgomery Coroner It Wx Bash Stof coaou np 5h5O1 P O Sprlngftekl lyCITYCOURT n I fJM R Noe Police Jqhtt GraCClMarSha1 bIf T A S wt JTHtlce Cowrtsare held In January SI l AJKil July aad Jctoberf Church Directoryb r i METHODIST CfftJRCHa etGW LyOB pastor Ser ykoItke kirst aad Third SuHdaT wj Iifteach month atUa and730 p ni SSiiday School ey ry Sunday atlOam th Payer mseHnr aill1tl r p J l h ipLICCHURH It i t lfey P F iieivV Pastor Ser rie very Sanffay t S aad 10 oclock r Si hoars a J 1W iPRESBYTERiAHOHURCH 1 lRf K q iwso pst r fichIR 8TarySa ay tl aI11s carat7p 1i r uay school every 4zday it 10 am Prayer Kieetin Thuridiy Tcmiic a17 o itook I1fT BAPTIST CHURCH I Ker Wm Harrison William Pastort jg eaching eery SHnday at 11 am t iftd 74pm Sunday 8c OleveryI tjt ndayt 93p aaix Prayer meeting iierv 745 oc1oc t if qvOHIUTTAN HUBCE- t J Rev WJ Rogers Pastor Ser J vices first and foulh Sti day Sunday t nt930am twt lratr ml Urders ft fi 8 k v SaiASOinc lodg e 050 Meets first and third Moadajr r lack rnonth Wastii iiCapter N- oiteeta J erud TUesIay priajirfield CoanciiJSIi 52 aeetaon yerv ioatth Monday t t KjiiGHM of THE MAC IIJtJCS Meet f 44IiLaCa1 Sour BtomacliIpNs ss of Mrngthumil- ssMadathe Ih oonsipaUon Hd bra Jj I Is 11 IO TISkI5I iid cMwL if opiacb are all dis to iDcIIc era fra nMW 7 PrsMnM the ral s ollcM sidiiziM1nahkyMmacl i MMiMd w A lis fiPMtwi kpoqa tMto M fwaoirtructlv pr prlUc Kodoi foi 1 t t- f jea1Jf fas N 1 5 eda troubiss by clsslo 6 BB at iid MstInt ftNn thi aomc1 aI WMIci WV 4a 4 11O er a i UNrta S pier 5 J tr nY MilLAMCJt PfLUMtai Ml P s4by 5 o Wti1rAao M by Itt 1 GEMW JPrif ftjtro o t r Tw B LB o t f iHHWHt8 liajtftijriifr jfr fr5 sft t ft ROUND OF TAUK I M MM MM Jt Midsummer Joys Gome let us fly together Across the sunny fields Wihstle this delightful weather Such perfect pleasures yields iWe linger longer LucyI Upon the sunny slope And there well carve the juicy i And joyous cantaloupe t CoHielet us to the valley Where fields are growing green There for a yrhiletp dalley Besides the brooklets she nis mtbesomethingdoinginthe pECqD1e 6CSAs fragrant as a rose Th e very heights of pleasures On such a day wCilreach A treasure NfileCdme l toherel Tl at precious bit of grte eryevJest since the world was born YelJ whilst delight thus lingers JVeU sit with hearts athrob And hold it in our fingers tn gnaw it off the cob- 1IBywu11aJILenard l nabau Im BTffseyXndge ComntyfSiinreTor uet rEISTICEpOURT iyeriWedMsday ServiceSalStReSaC Tadaycvesintat LoDGSptingfieM IYPHvr throughout the county this year andlL great many sad deaths have resulted Of all diseases known typhoid isto be most dreaded It attacks I t ypungand robust and the yieldSpresy medical science appears to baye made but little progresiin- trsatmentor prevention of i dreadful aiseaseand itbr aksto i4 in any and all places Al hugh physicians and scientists have theories as to the origin and spread of nhe typhoid germ effective tnetho4has yet been discovered by which these dead terms can be wholly extermi a ed Clearilinessis something h t should always be observed y the modern dweller inthe cbiinty as well as the town and He typhoid feVer may arid o aetimes does break out in the a Hies of homes which are ke3t clean1 cleanliness is thee t safe guard We suggested infthis column some time ago the d rantages to a town like Springfieldi n Civic League j ose busiress itls to urge on j citizenslot the townthe necessity of using every sanitary i caution and to beautify ats wtill as tQkeep clean their jprem ss as iwell as the streets and sidewalks Suph ciganization- srdoing good work in someypf ou r neighboring towns and the ladies are receiving the moral pport as vrell as financial aid the Jest citiz ns L f 10 1w 4f UR FAkRPqrty five years ago tiefirsV county fair was iel 1t Springfield and ince thentt has becpme an an nual fixed event gMarge impor tance The Washington county fair has always been classed as ona of the best intbo stae Ilexhibition of live stock from those early days jto tbjefeprese- ntr has always been of the highest order Inyears gonet by the people male more of social feature of these fairsthau iis done of late years Then each farmers wite would vie with the other in her hospitaljty Great baskets of good things to eat were brought to the fair an no stranger was allowed to hungry or to buy bis dinnef Ot late years pwiog io the sOar scit of domestic heldand ot heri circumstances thei custom spreading dinner at the jfairj bus not been practiced so mU but the tair iis still to favolntti place for social intercourse The Springfield fair this yjear which begins August 23th land continues four days promises be lull up to the high standard The catalogues w ich wer printed by the NewsLeader Ii jt 48 pMe book and contains premium 1ibicb hasbeen r goodtiftdikj mtnt tto owieri of good fcories and we mndersiand that the indicatidns araItha there will be a number of goodstables r on hndtDtake part in the com Ipeliiion For the first time in a number of years no inoxicating liquor will be sold on 11grounds and gambling will bea strictly prohibitdaIXj the Limltof Life The moist eminent medice1 i kScconclusionthat thegenefaily ac cepted limitation of human life many years below the attain ent possible with the advanced of which the race is now possessed The critical rt xl that determines its dura n seems to be between 50 and the proper care of the body 1s decade cannot be too drrongly urged carelessness then being fital rtojoiigevity ittures bestS el per after 50 is Lctric Bitters the scientific riic medicine that revitalizes ery organ of the body Guar anteed by Hay don Robertsbn Druggists 50c I GcainpbeilsvBleSued 4 cThepenedatlast This week Mr MhJ againstrthe town on account of thkse clainithat it is impossible for- mhi to sleep at night on f account of foul ordors from hog4 pens st 5aghntwarned the council time and again about these very things butno attention has been paid to our appeals for a cleaner twilHeizer is entitled to a judgment We can also take any member of the council to sejctipns of hefi towwhere weeds have reached the height of oyer1 six feet on l r tiet is a shame and a disgrace to civilization Taylor County En qqirerv100 RBeiid R The readers of this paper will be p1 Ceascdtoone dreadeiT disease that science has been ablel to cure id all jts stages aaCure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis tLsem Lent Halls Catarh Cure is tisVen gnterp lly kcting directly1 upoTi the i hiosystem ihe reby destroying the foun dation of the disease and Lglving the patisnt strength by building up the con netltutiou d assisting nature in dolnlfits work The prop rletor have ttbatt for any cage it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney C Toledol 6 Sold ty druggists i76c Take Halls Family Pills for consti ptt KidI t 1 t Bily Tb Kid anotorious t colored man got in bad again Saturday I He used abusive Ian guUge to Mrs W N B jinton ati the hotel and a warrant was sworn out for his arrest Clriefjr Of Police Brown went to serve t the warrant on liim and he fEr sisted arrest when the officer struck at him with lila billy a which the negro grabbed and was bout to strike Mr Brown when the officer opened fire on him with his revolver He shot ttwice one ball striking the thedther in the hand when ho- yielded to arrest and was placed in jail He was tried before Judge Thomas Tuesday and ot judgment was reservedp riding an investigation of his mental l helis in jail under the treatment ofIa ph sicianFalcou dTHEj TEXAS O andII to Curei alli Kidney Bladder bylet slli i 1 iei l Keutudkyd11 KUlilBemr With Penknife i si Jay Bunch of this city had an bidIt yarn Bunch is a filer at Lari fiin Bros lllogmg cainp on the TVishkab and one day last week with a friend and sevCral dogs started out to find a bee tree They had not gone far when the dogs started pa bear took refuge m the top ofr tree but was finally dislodged nI one of the dogs managed to get a good hold on the animals ear and hunglhere Bunch had no other weapon than a jack nife but he got it into working order and commenced the hand to hand battle He struck the bear about forty times severing r his joglar vein and Bruin weak from loss of blood gave up the fight The bears hide Jiteraly punctured with holes around the throat The animal weighed about 300 poundsAberdeen Wash Cqrrespondenceof Seat tie Times Endorsed By ThcCuunty ipOfriend of my family II writs Wm M Dietz editor and pub Usher of the Otsego Journal N YHIS Dr ings New Discovery It has proved to be infallible curefor ngbs and colds making short work of the worst of them We keep a bottle in the ouse 1 believe it tOrbethe most valuable prescription nown for Lung and Throat dis eases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by Haydon Robertsons Drugstore Prjce 0c and 1 Trial bottle free Fox Hunters Meet Announcement was made yes terday of theappoininient ora committee to select the place for holding the nnual meet and id trials of the NatioSal Fox Hunters ABspciation Tile fol owing committee was selected by the Hon Nat W HaTstead7 of Bardstpwn Presilent of th association who was in Louis ule for a short lime yesterday Wood Walker of Paint Lick J Frick of Louisville G J Meredtib of Bowling Green ol Jack Chinn of Harrodsburg W A Wade of Hubers Station Samuel Woolridge of Versailes nd Joseph Deatherage of RIch- mond The last meet of the association was held at Bards own which is again an appli cant for the honor of entertain irg throxhunte s Among the ther applicants are Bowling Green Richmond Hustonvill and Russellyllle After waiting reasonable time for applicants i from other cities desiring to hold the meet the committee will i meet and decide the matter Tnere in some feeling in the association that this years meetI should be held out of Kentucky but the general sentiment is said o favor the State as has been the case for several years HeraldL If yo cant eat three goodI square meals without indigestion your stomach needs strengthen ing wijbh Mi6na Fifty cents a box hut helps you nothing if i fails Sold by the Red Cross iJrug Store JEfF DAVIS Once Attended School at St Rose College This Place A special from Lexington says John William Townsend the young histojrian of thiscity who- recently published a life of Richard Hiukman Menefee bas been engaged by Prof Walter L Fleming of the University of Louisjana to write for hignew biography of Jefferson Davis President of the Southern Confederacy now in course of prep ration a narrative of Mr Dayisj Kentuckycarer It is well known that President D vie was born iu Kentucky put lew pebple know that his life wjas so intimately connected MrTownsendsna his school clays at Old Transyl- Vania University in this city In order Jo obtain all the in Iorrn tion possible on the sub- jectj Mr Townsend will care fully examine the files of cJd papers here at Louisville and at Spririgfield Washington county searching5 for data He is now busy examining the files of old Kentucky papers now in the Lexingtont public library and hns dome across some valuable data concerning the life of Bresident Davis while in Kep- tricky Besides the record cf his school days at Old Transylvania Mr Townsend has discovered tBab President Davis was in Lex liigton in 1833 during the fatal ctiolera epidemic of that year on aljrpruiting expedition The cholera broke out while he was here find no one administered to the pick with greater fidelity titan he he was then a yonng RQhier l President Diyio was also jm Lexing in 1852 and in 1886j just three years before hi s deatlj paid his last visit to Ken tucky After mpletingthe examina biun bf records here MrTown sendjwill go next week toLoais ville ito make further historical investigations of President Dav Kentucky career going oveil the files of the 4Courier Journal and other records for facts in the Confederate chief tians life From Louisville he will visiti Springfield in Wash tngtpji county where President Davife attended St Thomas College a Catholic institution at which he is said to have been prepared for Transylvania Uni versity The article in referring to St Thomas College is in error as it should be St Rose JeffDavis was astuden at St Rcee for a very short time when quite a young man This fact is known to Col John I McElroy who together with his brother Hugh McElroy and some other Springfield peo pie was in Montreal shortly after the releasA of ii Dayis from prison and called on the f imous president of theconfpd eracy who spoke ot having been a student at St Rose for a short time An examination of delby thetfact aVJs entry school but gave no further r cord of his life there a i II Will Sell You IIreoching I and check Lies 1Cheaper than you can buy else where Quality guaranteed as well as to tthe price 4 CALL AND GET PRICES I John Lily Btrperi 1 Sucetsor to HajelmireV Berber Ii ii I Duel With Moonshiner daysIhunt and thany1fast jjdes aver the hills of IiRiie county that eputy United Statas Marshall JefTCundifif took prisoner Jesse Skaggs notedJ4 as an alleged copntySkaggs + diffseveral times Hew taken to Lebanon wherp he was InI able to produce 500 for tail Deputy Cundiff took him to Ijou isville yesterday where he was iftingfA Warrant for Skaggst arrest on the charge of retailing liquor without license was placed in the bands of the United States Marshal seT er alqays ago and itI was with much difficulty that was located The first chase took place on the border of the countywhere bkaggs friend whs not known wIned on gaUopingbisilorse his coat with bullets from lhis revo verITupsdayeyenin Gundiff dis covered the mdcfnshiner alone making preparations fora sup per He refused to throw up his hands and a duel folldwejf the woods ringing with stray bul seGondsiCman and seizing Skaggs arm placed his revolver tojhis1 head Skaggs surrendered and was taken to Lebanon at the point bf Oundif revolyerEtown News Men M Sixty Denier More than half ot mankind oyer sixty years of age suffer from kidney and bladder aisorders uaaally enlargeement of thpof prostrate glands Thin is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidneyi Cure should be taken iat the first sign of dasnjjers as it corrects irregularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney Burnett Rocks p rt Mowrites I suffered with en larged prostate gland and kidney trouble for yearsland afte 1aklr g two bottles ot Foleys Kidney Cue I fee1petlerl than 1 haue for twenty years although tam rtovr 91 year o dIt Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Death By Accident =Augustine McUlaskej a very worthy cofored boy of Bloom field died last Friday night from injuries received in a runaway accident Be was driving a drummer from Bloomfield to air stown Friday morning when the horse took fright atanauto mobilenear the watering trough in theedge of town He was either thrown from the buggy or lleaped out suffering internal injuries from which he died Eq was the ldn of Robert and Mofljf McGlaskeyJbwp well known and highly respected coloredl people who have a great many friends among the white us well as the colored people who sympathize with them in their trouble Standard lldlltBe BIoa and lose all interest when help is in reach Herblue wllmake that liver perform its duties properly J B Vaughn Elba Ala writes BeIng a cdhatant sufferer from constipation and a disordered liver I have found Heroine to be the best medicine for thes troubles on the market 1 have used constantly I believe jt to lie the best medjcine of its kindt and I wish all sufferers from these troubles to kriow the good Herbine has done me Said bythe Red Caoss Drug Store Wafterson To Speak The Honorable Henry Walter 1h81CourierJforemost statesmen of America will deliver the opening address at the big Blue Grass Fair tat Lexington on Monday August 12th Last year when Lexing ton lost the Kentucky State Fair after making a ftoUbl success where both Loaityille and Owensboro had failalqiit a good deal of feeling pa the part of the cUizenSiand business men of the Blue Graaa was aroused towards Louisyille The people of LexiBgtoo apw rMiliM that the fight for tLe SfeaM Fair is over that L1ivdobeI location perU Mil thi spirit oft generotity tbfj Bavf displayed inojivitiiii Mr ITatter son to ddlv rib opeqing ad dress for thJ I Blue Grass Farrisi c j i SUllSd lJOtr3 1 IJU especially notable It Via also probable that Governor John A JohnSon of Minnesota who hM attained wide publicity recently as Mr Watteraqns rdatikflors candidate for the Presidential nomination oftbe Democratic party will be a visit atttfe Blue Grass Pair on the opening day The management has ex tended him a most cordial invi tation an invitation in which Mr Watterson thoroughly cbn curstand the difttiftgakbedj editor is bringingtobr alfliis influence upon Governor John son to induce hII to visit Lex ingtton i t very4r5Igkww says C G Hays a promineat business man of Bluff lfoff that Bucklens Arnica Salvd the quickest and surest healinjr salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a caofniles Ive used it and IJo wi what I amalking about Gaar anteed by Haydon RobertDruggists 25c SeekSr John Brown tirIng the psti wetk instituted jfi the Marion Circuit Court a suit agaims the Louisville Nashville Railroad for 5000 damages alleged to ha e been sustained iman acci toadImiles east of Lebanon on July 8 At the time Mr brown was on his way to th s city front his home and while crossing the railroad track on the Danville pike near VeatchV btockskilh shop was struck by theafternooB passenger trajn Tha horse lie was driving was killed and the vehicle demolished As qaicklv as Mr Brown saw that the crah was inevitable he jumped and SAved himself from iiwteii death but he received soiit is stated iti the petition a great- mental and nervous shock aad was Ot1erwise pinfilly pbs caily and permanently fmjared and damaged in the ai of 5000 The plaintitfsUtM that the accident was the recultfof carelessness of the crewa in charge of the train in spprohl- ug a dangerous grossing at a high rate of speed without rirng log a bell or sounding a whistle ortriallatEnterprISeI till too lIt- tle Was one of the tea rmle of Thomas Jeffersoa president of the United States aL tlwt rue appUes to eoery ole wlthoat exception ing this hot weather becUMe Sit ii hard for foodf cysala sal qiaUt- ies to 1e dlgtatdhet thsb4 k at a high teaaperature At this aea ion we shield eat aptxlnglf z properly WeshoalA alie help the Btopach ae much as ppeeibl Tif the use of a little Kodol fot iBdifestiea and Drapcpsia which wIIret tW stomach by digesting the food UHlft Sold by the RedCrperDrsg SUre J Cf 1 a1 1SEYocum4dmretc Plllo vs InEquity- S B Yocum Guar etchDefts By virtue ofa Judgatd order of sale of the WashInt n Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1907 in tIle above style cause I shall proceed to bffer forsale ee the premisis near W Uliaburff Wa4himf ton Bounty Kentucky on THURSDAY AUGUST 15 llflAt oclock P M or there afeanit ta tbd highest bidder at public attcttoa upon a credit of six twelve ifeifh teen moalha the following deC4hMl property to Wit A certain tract or aecountyKentucky and bounced as follfewa on PldUpBurkheasontae8Ctith the 1astby the old Frankfort road Will Scottrand John Gordea oa tie North by the old Duncan firm con ilIhis wife at toe time of their fteaU Said land will be offered lIR erateJ- 1cels and them as a whole awi irltt besoid In tnemanuer In which it brlngsthe M toaey For the p rchaUe price tie p4r chaser or purchasers with af rored securityo saretiea mwi ex c tte bo ds bearing kraAkitireat fro te of sale until paiW askariigtheIarl e- asd effect of a Jtt Biiiiti will be required ta cowplr proibftiy with these ttrL G LACKMAN xaw C q Jokrak a N04IItJt ds of ViatMt Ia aat I avs bs- w114af epUa f- ecbkrsi i say pUt I a rtIp m a peas ii r wksbavSt tMi give p4t l k sv aM IhSaM4YSS H with 11Ima t eoIascrssDrtf SJMMTtt 1 t f ItJff1 l I A kwytr cbrgpaazsalO c 1000kIiIiMYuMl tt1iais4scharges SlfQti pINCrcOI and the patient eays OIa fY phaW w that eegh Eta Mn6 tiakCO5OCs af1Mftland cI1100 ud hi is jj pwl Hl7 lovs1y wtlL every OM t 115141 sad osss s UMt aujt a maw bays a gold brick Mtfytpoi ittines for not btyi ir b fore Am d torwlkc ajaite ia r tithe hot Iuik KM fad erf v s rdeath6 weddicerilO f t itioDpea three boars i 1r writing it aw1 lies aM d praises peopIe thpb Ill be s4ss hiHlt Tfeea if Mt Malfr at inliiil nw hlllJlI Centatraight for trM Mini ipapra he Is a Muay OodJsr nothing cuss who MTW jI L 7 assiyld3tbiIall tows Tanc tiMjei aan 1IoW fttli yea hrae- wsppei7 i i i 1ftiras5rr yis U prassot a oW asbh rQI NatkMIbt riIiII aMrAsittlag of th Uiom t rsJar perlorasiqe bbs II Ters UD le I UJ tOM Mio erf V i the liver and bowsy J Laled with Dr JBpjfr Ktacttir J4Pills GnaraataMl b 14it ViV 1 Robosdrsggii se L 4 IiABtjLHat tiIj p T There are e bOMo rPi 9 frlwajt thaiwho cs4losly e iriiesws a i l t6ettened or extsd4ieety 1 tqw are other jriM wkft ofcif v tUUttaIlLMpithi law Md laYer wkteraiirW C lri1 t Mil Ue SUU ot 4tt latter 1 Is iti or knot tthisma be lliioWna dse1yioea perapMl attack 4d yirteiae tbct UM factik Qgaieea a taod upon with UM rewrik t4im every crowd fhtf a donV there w o e or orewfcoi is ar ecif We iwb 4t tbeeeqiw tkMM to iorlte tAiar t rhwb have Mck wbleIOIUMer hew every eibJelp this a4iye f TpiM so that fh lead mypa i4feMte4 wkh the Ik Meort Ths maybc dMM ibjT bkiaf IUItJ ItiC J jthat a prp iNW dmI far ii- ElgM Ihii aI1 pr paKm of iirtabii a eooUlM tike vary asJ Isa iN Hiij ask 1it j f i J what retl t8f y lbs Creel Drag i 4 y u ft vlN Jt t v iv IT bays e = r 1 tiT a h ft roo wtiT ooevdUi f MMB 05 a wIU lh t piece om Aig v 1I wia tdifersitliuwo buhiea 1 tbtrelort desire 0 asILyv eery IMMMM irsrfrog f OOO to MW wortfc trf- buaintMa lyear i Bdor tn W k prcsfly all saab Ik te a fM4 opportunityfqr IOOM QM to M- gaf in a roitabte biMiiMM ad we wilt Mril at d hMvtim iW irthptiiesis iea1IM ti1 1IIH rlu i r jffH I psI g gtt Tax br thS my SatkI be kiet ftrti MOW d Cli Md r J j AuM Ilil b Jj ad4d i 1lPIL fJSJ3I7 CS psag TOW r GUtREO Jt IAj4t Tasuvea ii tDt acs gk y ayhtaMj- tciikt i rba a 1 o1suSWa4 c ft th wth iim M d wIt JIIIIIiIiIJI IeIssS leaMIs s the tMt tad attaH teiamatioa of the throat seed iWtaar irritation Sold ty th Hs5 Cro Drag store IUr ismv aauw Ia y FL1I y F P NEWSLEADERt CtSiDBD JCVJSBY TUDAratt t O1YEARlP4ADVANCEI thIr i i4 iINGfIELDK iI l A lg t L DAVISON JJrdL ieal or bp ineU notices 10 cents per l t t eqntnIUoM 4jI14 CP44WtCiMfld poILUcalrnatt t e il dorn ftt1osirate5btca3larf tkrIlJ I 01HI P lU I- Y ApjirttofcMf edstracts made on liberal t sitfr i f OWtmirleY and resolutions irvspecv atp rllne AN1ctNrnvT y t t 41 L iaty Ittes fr50 j tAl ictiit crOlIcesn rOOl f E L JflUBSpAT AUG 1 1907 iiic1 J r t JWWOUNCEMENT i J7 t We are authorized to announce J RGgtrsGore Springfield acandi lJt for Stat 7na or frOm the P1 jte ith Senatoria Districtyeompos dl df Marion Washington and Taylor counties subject to the action of the j Demoocaticparty jJ v r j QoVc 55eckliam new Louis 3 t J 1 Ivile appointees are nothing Iif 0 Cj nptr jecticular Mayor Bing 1 c h ntt3rted in by doing afpv visipec iiculaTii stunts some ofj f wffibhvlopked very much Hire z1 k play to the galleries The latesii ftplay was made by Mr Scott Balliti the newly appointed Sherr- 4 iff who made a raid on the pooi r raomThe other day The ratlV was alright and its results good1 t I cJ but the manner in which iMivv SberifTpullitt operates smells of j the elodrama He quiet y notifies a few neWspaper repor ters nd a photographer and with twq autornpbllesloaded wit b dltiuties makes a sudden swoop od the operators and captures themred handed The ambitioUS i young sheriff then poses before v the camera jn a drzen different i 7 iattitudes sboing the various r Sor 4 tagS of his raid which pit JNJ very promptly appeared iin- X he papers togetherwith an in J J tellingJI iirsv abc thow it was all done r tey j fri public would applaud the act lA ritslo d r sulth ust hear v nly without so much stage l thTownfiin l 1t i ii WLJ peofomn County l f lrk1tatLouisvifle who was jr from office by the regent decjs r ion of the C urlt of Appeals andI 1t j who was reported as short iahlst ssttl meht wijh tbate has 5ICriminal prosecution a amsfeiim has been stopped A llarge crowd of Georgia Pro 1 hibi ionists Tuesday watched Govi flake Smith attach his ofiiciaLsignaturel i to the Prohibi tioniTBtll and the act has become i a llaw effective January 1 1908 4 ft t rvluJJlilrt Jn Jain neye cry as do children who are suf fering from hud er Such is the i cause of all babys yrhbcry and are 3ttreated forsickness when they really V ire suffering1 from hunger This is caused from their food not being as slml1ded but devoured by worms A Wd iesof whisOrtat Verinl- fairewUJ cause tEem to cease crying and begintto tbriat once Give It a trial Sold by the KedCrqss Drtifif Store MOOR VILLEpz r 4r I 4 4 News is scarce ib this vicinity Occorta1Iy you hear a mailI arguing about what is in the bible ndbow he is roingto vote t this fall which makes a mat ihmk that he does not bolieye a void he says 7 Fort the first time in the his 4i tory of Mooresvilte we had a fc5heriffs sale The plaintiff being Wm Cheathara the defen dant John Barnett A horse 17 years old sold toMuVrayShields for 50 and a sow and four 4 t shqatsfor 2615 the shoats IiweIghed about pounds A large crowd was present John Barnett was arrested byH R Ed i il ft dleaiandeputy sheriff and lodged chargeI fibusipg a we maD GhVSseV The trial was held 11 I J1tt Monday r Miss Vernie Wells and brother S mard cousn Miss Essie 7t Itjjfi visited their uncje Mr EaYociiu of this phice last Ct5 u i1f if twQJs ti t Th rate fiebce SeFtPS to be talked of M k qUILelreqJe uy ere ojlate TJire are abou 1O or 50 Darn lII JDertsln th1sDrecinEthO sov ite wMl not vote this i fall and l 4 irUeydo thqv say thy wit Y91 tQ Rep JlbJj can tlc Mr John A Boblett wtnt to sviiLe 1u4 8undZ to si blS arr 1 Daughter Josie who iis there unIId treatment for her eyes There was not any preachioglNew Hops church day on account of theillnes of e wife Of the pastor Mr Carl Ytity has returned Sfr onhlllinoist fThe Misses Asian hiv j return ed to their home at LoUiavillp They were given sevpfai Freccpbtions while in 6ur vicinity Miss Sallifr Hendren visited HrsV YocdmJast Sunday llWeare in the midst of U severe coutht willbeIt 1he protracted meeting conducted at Maud by Rev W J J eockeditions by baptism and one by letter lijVftai aaNBW Jersey Editor saYS M T Lynch Editor of the Phillips Dur0N Jr Daily Post writes 11I have used many kindsof me dicines fur coughs and colds 1my family b it never anything so goed asFoley4 Honey and Tar I cahnot say Vo tlelOrossDrug re t hj Thorn Hill Mr and Mrs Marion Sween s ipentLogsdon1 ughthreshingjty and the crops are as good as usual andlLMaggie Hiatt spentMonday and Tuesdav with MrsWill Jeff rie Miss Lillie Sweeney spent Friday with Miss Hattie Logs don Miss Annie Hardin spent T l ylorMiss Sadie Fenwick was the guest of Miss Adray Canary Saturday and Sunday Sunrday with her son Elvin Yaste Mr Benoney Hardin and Wai LtMrMr Sam Montgomery off Oklahoma is the guesfcof his s j3isterweek Mrs Dick Lanham 2i ipsnt sev eral days last week witli Mr S G Logsdon and family Mr Stanley Peiiwick is very low with typhoid feverIOrino Laxaliyc Fruit SyrftliS sokt urider a posative gurantee to cure d tlPatiODSiC K hetdache torndc oaWeior any Jom of iudlgestion II itI it fails the manufacturers Vhat refund o fnef s igt jc Valley Hill N l i News iis exceed t ehisweeki to locate enough items to con sume noticable spacr tGroveour midst Thurs day in interest of sfirm ofSprirgfieldfipe crop of hay in this section llast week They certaiuly have the nest cjfop ever grown in this section v Miss Giaclys Wrjker of Wal ker HeigKfs is pending ilfe mocthas a uest of frends ffod relatives iu Louisville King Comstock who has been ph01dJeverYilescentat this wri ing Mrs Emmet Fields of Ores ent Hill has returned to her j Ih atbmei Grundy of this place 3 jurchasdaworkhoiseofJ at 150IMr and Mrs Nick McDowell and daughter of Danville were guests m Mrs Palmer Giundy at this place last week Ot the crowd of young people who were to have spent Sunday jafc Tatbam Springs oulv tosucceeded ihi making tlo trip your correspondent being one of the lucky two Mr and Mrs Jas Allen of Bloomfield visited relatives here Sunday Miss Pearl Goatley will enter tam her Sunday schopl class this Thursday aitei noon and even Agrandtimeis 1We notice that Frizzle Head has put in her appearance again whicH We heartily welcome TU Tatum recently purchas ed a sow and five pigs of Ambros Nance at30 Ii OL Gruudysold h fineO 1 C gilt to LC Loy of Leba non at 10 L M Gregory recently pur chased two fine South Down bucksof Chas Grundy at 24 f tlpairAneeded rain fell here monday much to the delight olI everyone MrJ H Gray received a fine organ at this stktioh this week Guegs they expsct 0 have music in theirhearts to dav Earle Whitman of this place visited friends and relatives in Louisville Saturday and Sun dav Misses Margaret and Elsie Askins have returned to their home in LouisvUJe after a briej visiti tovrelativesin vicinities this and adjoining Miss Nellie Foster spent last week with her uncle Mr Thos Reed of near Booker t meIIour iis the way it stands after the ball game Saturday when the In playetbePoorWwri I park ar that village and those present had the pleasure of witnessing an interesting game however it was a bit too one sided yet it was in1 cresting to see some one else reap the profits of another toil as did our nine on this occasion yet WP must not overlook CUe fact thu t all of our men were out of practice one handicap easily overborne however Poortown deserves credit for dying game Tfe Washington iiI I County FairIl I IIugust 8 Days 1 ids fair to be one of the best fits 45 years of I xistence H t I I I1 I1Ladies i Day 1 liieraIs r premiumsfor School Children t Theiid alltheDay a fine Gocart willbe presented to the handsomest Girl Baby under one y ear old and in the andPonyTurnoutfk I 5S 1 DAYI l1 JFThe Handsomest Boy Baby under one year oW will presented a fine Gocart J JI t k4tt t 1t ttI i i t t r 1 Cij COAL FFAMINE ftfi 7 t A i Headed This Way They Sayit is Co iniS = Have youvheand that now is the time to buy your GOAL That you canjjj iJafford to wait this Gettime sure In line Keep step vvith the crowd by 4 Wllx placing your order with us We handle nothing but the best Prices al 4ways right and satisfaction guaranteed You get clean coal and a square 1 fdeall everytime v ItGo i 1 f7Jrf 3t3 1t1t ttJ as they surely fought unsuccess fully throughout theentire game The score being seven to eleven in favOr oftheIpvincibles 5Rev R E C Lawson 0 r Springfield delivered a deep theological sermon to a large andj appreciative audience at the schoolhouse here ontaunday af ternoon the 4th inst Rev Lawson is an jible man a deep thinker and a pulpit orator wor thyof the praise given him by all who had the pleasure of hearing him on this occasion I am informed that he will preach here again on the afternoon c the first Sunday in September however this is not definite and furthernotfce will be given SOCIAL Your crtespondenthad the honor and pleasure of being present at the social given by Air arid Mrs W H Yancey Midway on iast Wednesday night Others present were Misses Aim a Orkies Ardur Wall Marguerite Lydaune Lqra and CassLe Yan1tcey and Iargiti and Elsie Askins in whose honor tne social wls given Also Messrs Earl rand Arthur Whiteman Earl Ar inold Jas Taylor Will Van Ipke Hark Shehan Earnestt and Clyde Gonley and Uno of course All enj ytdiheir visit evf1ykindnessand hostess TJoI Ten Years III Bcir l jFor ten rears vas confined t my bed with disaase of my kidneys writes R A Gray J Poor OakviUc Ind It was so severe that I coull not move pail of the time I con svUed the very best medical skill available but could ffct no relief 1mI til until Foleyjs Kidney Cure was recommendsd to me It has been Godsend to me Sold by the R Cross Drug Store Commissioners Sale J enora Carrico etjal PillV EquityEmmaBy virtue of i Judgment and F sale of the Washirijrtot rderIonrt rendered attlie M a y 1007 in the above style cause I shall proceed to offer forjsale at the House door in Srlnrfield Ivy ON MONDAY AUGUST 20 lJ07 t oclock prii or thereabout beinu- gounty court day to the highest hid der at public auction up na credit one arid two years the following described property towit Two tract of land which Jie together and form one hOly and situa lndbnunHedj Tract No1 Beginning at a stone corner to Cambrous land on North side of r pringjield and HniKlins creek road thence wltlj same as it ineandcrii 50 E 30 pol thence S 62K 40 poles thence S ifil E 2il thcnceSpoletLicncS5441I ii white oak corner to Bowles andl Burks land on the north side ofsaid vlotCthenced sugar tree teen e S r61 W U poles to 40Wbriucbelow N2U1saidbrani I a stone Jack ronlandpoles to a stone about 1fj pole swuth of a buckeye corner tb same arid theirhnening containing 80 acres jind 2 rdod Tract No 2 Beginning at a wal nut tree ou a branch thence N 30 tibigl of thCllCeSl Martha CamVons track thence rhI ther line S 40 FlJes tp said Cam brons line tiiethLIt the branch N 50 E 3t poles to the hegi ming coriier coitaining 28I4 acres making one connected body of jamJ containing 114 34 aires 4 For the purchase price the pifr r approtd8Clurltvbonds bearingS legal interc stfroni d teiof sale until paUlaml hay ng the force anti effect of a tudgment BiUtiurs will he required to comply promptly with these tern MI G LEACHMAN M Oi W C Ci Hay Fcycr and SUmmer COld111 Victims of hay fever will expeH ence great benefit by taking JTolc s Honey ant Tar as iItt stops bifllciilt breathing immediately and heals the inflamed air passages and even if it should fall 14 cure vpi it will give iin stant relief TheenuLue is in a yiPJIi low package SI4ft the Red Cros Drugstore t a 1TOR THE CHILDREN J l jVUcb In the Jur 1Due of boys lund girls acts as w itch or jzavd Each of the othery players chooses u tree or anything else for a home The witch then traces out gn th 8 ground with a sUe as many circle as there ore players and calls these circles Jars The players all ruth out from their honies and the witch rims after tthem Every one that she catches she puts In ojie of lien jars The captives UwyInrc husft reached his home oi started oRt from It puce again But his rescuer runs great risk of be ing captured as the witch naturally keeps close guard over the prisoners and stands ready to pounce own upon any would be rescuer Ven every jilaypr has been caught a new witch or wizard Is chosen and fllic game goes merrily on again 3Iy ainntcr Send Me to Yon sitting in order round the room the efiq t player begins by saying to his iiolghbor My master tends me to IOU at lie same time working away with the right hand as If hammering on his knee Toe one to whom this re mark is made answers Whatto dQ1 1In reply to which the first player says To work with one as I do The sec oad player then working in the same way must turn to his neighbor on the left and carry on the same conversa lion with him and soon until every j one in the room is working with one ingropndjbandS after that with one foot also thenxrhh two feet and last of all Avilh the head Should any one be discov- rednotto lie kponliifr both feet hang is nnd head in constant motion while game is goingon a forfeit may bender rnamlcd 1nrent1lJn Fire Jld you ever see a Juggler blow Istream of sparks from his month ot course you wondered how be could posslb1 keep the in his mouth without fOr he tnitst have flre retUnSlmrned to blow out the sparks k lIe rolls some firtiT or hemp into a ball about the size of il tralnut andl then sets fire to it and lets It burn until It Is nearly consumed Then while It Is still burning be rolls more flax or hemp around it and thus confines the fire In which condition Itt will live for a long time When he Is ready to perform the trick he slips the hall Into Ids mouth and by breathing through It makes sparks fly out with nn effect that is quite startling to those who do not know how It is done orIicourse while he Is performing tUb tri he has to breathe In air througl nostrils onlI hlaI A nnlliItK Foot customfamong the colored people of the south of carrying n rabbits foot hi the pock et for good ijick That little animal Is rst1U01SittdrnlrltloJiof Its cleverness In out wiJtng Its nat u ral enemies the dog the fox and the pvplf aiuU hi chvumvontlnsr every s henio Intended ton Its punishment T lis belief Intthe sagacity of the living llu1lIUngicpWr and 01 e of the evidences of the superstition the castoni of carrying the fooV not InSagainstthat Is preferred and if it be taken from c rabbil thatwns in the habit of miming tUouffh a graveyanHts efllcn cy Jc largely Inca e l t SSren tU of riant 10UIroots linvu not aujiJcipat room they w break the inn which the plant grow Blades ft graafj will force the curb stoces botwceu vljich they spring 1I1JOut of the piiice uml In asliitrlB iljht a cfp jf small mushroom lutve wiln lirge stone Indeed plants lave bce known to break the hardest thokl UOIth est of Madagascar Is becoming Binafcr troll sipallor through the action of the mangrojvvs that row along tile the JIlTs Tliey oat their way rtot rock Infill diruiUohM and into gaps thus fofmeJ the fore their way In time they will lr bablItreduce tile island ttj ploofs ilitItleilines Iii each of the following rente tees a girls annie iSiCoiKealcd r i Sfie gave an InipatieutJerk at hem Inelegant old bonnet 2Tn France sewing is regarded as ttine art 3 On Christuias eve Lynmouth wna reached 4 I wcntylo my berth at 10 oclock itmwufso1nsJeIt 0 guvo macpowders also phials of I knoyr not what I dare not fjo alone Answers L Katherine 2 Frances 8 Evelyn 4 Bertha S Sophia tt rein ThaRoHcf oftj Wblfri flrfaflySufnmed up thh cour age to sprak to her father last night II tell you it was a great reliefOee What did ho say Ott yovf mlsjtuderatand me ReIj wasnt lu Phlladelphla Pregq v TipplersA Quetta some years ago I had occasion to go early one morning Into a mIscellaneous stove kept by a Parsee wh also kept a lliqupr bar As I entered the shop I noticed a mouse reeling acr stbe floor and I remarked to the sh pkeep er that the mouse seemed to be hurt but his reply astonished me He said that that mouse and several others that infested his shop were confirmed drunkards During the night theyrieg ularly drank nil the liquor which re maIne In the glasses which the sa1J diers had used in the evening for their drinks Exchange t Crushed Halloa Badger said Thorpe met a friend of yours the other day Hes been talking about you and I feel it my duty to tell you what he said Ah well I dont care to hear what he said I know it was something dis ngeeablereplied BadgerrjHow do you know that Because you are so anxious to tell it Gdod morning Cement Patat It has long been noticed that Iron which bas been imbedded In concrete or many years has shown a wonder ful state of preservation when taken out Experiments have since been made with portland cement with the result that it Is made plain that a thin codtipg of portland cement properly applied to iron and steel will arrest oxidation says Farm Fieldl and FIre- side The cfcment must be fltiely divid ed fte from Iron salts and diluted ivith pure water Then if Jt Is free Crom iron calcium pltospfiate and nV phurites and is of low specific gravity It wjll set quickly and become prao tleajly a part of the metal It will set 0witbln the Iron and will not wash off with rain and no moisture carbon dioxide or factory fumes wllnaffect the metal Cowpeas For Fall Crop Cowpeas may bo sowed after wheat- on or rye at least from the latitude of Washington southwarJ and ma4 be harvested for hay In time for anC other fall crop to be sowed Professor H J Waters of Missouri has grown Cowpeas between wheat crops for ser aral years past and Increased the yield if wheat In e marked tlegree NucHoIs Harness String Vance uckols now has fourteen lead at thb Glenvllle track The trot teVs are JackWllkes 2124 by Guy AVllkcs Jay Kay 21C4 by Jay Bird Colonell Osborne 219by Shea AJ cone Gurney Girl 223V5 by Gregory th6 Great Kenneth Mac 2234 by Bob by Burns Pauline Simmons by Si m mons and a colt by Mpko The pacers are Gallagher SKft1 Uy Royal Rys tlyk Ctea S 2094 by Charlie FJSk- Tommy 1I2tZ by rJelmarch Jim Kyle 212Vi by Tip Top Sir Dalr 21314 by Iountairieer and Erla Pointer by Star Pointer out of Jave lin 208 The stable will be split upby as usual and every horse will be rue edGO where Nuckols thluks they can win May Rids For Belmont Jockey Mountain who has been 101ning snme clever riding will be seen under the4 silk of August Belmont n coring to good Infornmtlon Mot taut rode well aV Jon Orleans li winter ami showed consldcrabo at nt Bcnnings It ivlU be a Ig advr tapo to the Belmont stable to haVe t services of this boy asthewell known colors will be seen often dprlug the inptrr x litan season Alexander anti E II Thomas were after Mpun lain but it looka as If Belmont be them out IIorisanft Hae KIdnej Trouble and Neverr Suspect it- Prevalencr t pt Kidney Dicenie Most people do nqt realize the alarm linS Increase nndremnrklble prevalency kHmer of kidney disease s orders are ri most oomm diseases that pre vail they are almost the last recognized by patient and phy sicians tcAa eon t tent themselcet Icith doctoring the tftcft while the on inul diataie undermines the systefneWhat To Do There iis comfort in the knowledge 3d often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot tlC great kidney remedy fulfills even wish in curing rheumatism pain in the kick kidneys liver bladder null every part of the unitary passao It corrects inability to hold water atinuijieffects following use of 1iquorwine or Iwer and overcomes that unpleasant ten ccsityof being compelled to go during the day antl to get ttPnny titues during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot iis soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medcin you should have the best Sold by drug gist inlift cent antI onedollar sizes You univ have a sample bottle and a book that tells nit- aboutitbothsentfreo byhiall Address Dr Co fling l fnt1 ILIgnmakej adiqnieany mistake but remember the j the a drss Bin3halut9n1l l y iP 1J tI aIJIil iliiWiliitlll Ui w iir iIC I LullcftEooth- I T I1 Ice Cream and Soft Driilhf1 a havefittedup my place oE uv12 Street next to the Walton Hotel iea 2 Cream and Soft Drinks and wiU ako hare a- I lUNCH ROOM 1 l tiI will also keep on hand fresh fruks of aM luidi i Everything new and clean I rMpectfuJiy rjiieit a oJ share of the public atronafe i a 3 l L jlzS CI L f PRICEfim r w PARIS GREEN it IBu Brand- 1The Kind That Kil- lsHaydoni Robertasjlii- S CORNER DRUG OFJJt He Natleaal Helidar Wo have no national holidays Mt sven the Fourth of July Of course that holiday like severaX others ISML Uonal Jn the sense that It s obserfed ill over the country but not In tbe sense that it bas been made an act of congress tight td pass an act powerF Holiday1 in the states that COilrrhrlct of Columbia and at allI pofteaad all buildings that belong to the goT loUda7JepJIh 1InInarehlfew states hi which the day Ja Mot a egal holiday ClUcafco Yews dat iNate It Dew wItMetiplnipns are valuable to Oa In NPni0 our reading They seWoaj recow xend books that are not well vrwtii while and yet ai times we forget KM lptUadeNt Ind tliem Th181item is a llMtoCi Aiitp down suck recommeAdattoM ot rood books to road at the tIewib- oy are made Keep a little Hat looks oC to read and then when seleeth ig j Ut11riSlchblas VGane For Little Peeyto I A good ame from the klndergartc ieads to accuracy and discrimination U the use of the senses Several object blloaifpr object fs remnoyad tHtells whlclj Is gone r cIBIauut4ru1NI Why did the scarlet ruunerru Vjausej WhY did the coal scuttle BeckuM 4e tongs were srfappy 11IrcJaISJtMarchingWllHo cocks hia highland boanBtt Johnnie lata the drum t partyPeter I It heartyEachr JAnlni fMnrchlt1 f WifftltJtteGreat tiaWave alaatceimfcianckr Jaiwl j j j tRz4bwIt C FortI1CarnpaigL Kwitocky elecs1vlJ StM ticket this fall ao4 liIiapI tltetiji tYt inn1fJd caaacK kp peated l a rta s imooPIc sr th plikTHUt wiOsi- feu favor JoualifDe 8 t Tim S 1 J jl re DThis1 r1i J tf lil rrangeu i j i lidi by aiil J l LsJF0I r m v tti IIlIA Fox Only IBead your ort r w thSel 15lats1elRIij PAPIRie to The BottjSfHlt 7tapF i1 Once iUtelpl frf withdraw SIPrKMftga 1 l TJ IfY t lsy r bi-WtvK5u lJcrc TeW4UhYS pI- oba foe nwttiia U h poHUtiv f taJt ftQf1tWat74dbIcr lki bidder d1eass SOlct bribe ed Croes Drug Store T J vw Vr I I V TTP wV 11 DRJJ1 I BURTON a l VVWENTiENTT Dt L Jt NIThOUT P1N01t ik j r tHapa Kook pMlrs i PEIGtD K- J ft I11 Dental Work Strictlj 7 JPirstcImsi tJ 1 ifDR J C AlUDDc t t kyiciul ad SurgeonTh 4 Office hours 8 to 9Jm q It2YA pm siX Sj 1tJ esover Haydons Drugstore 4ijiitf Lampton tL P ir t Office tera H use Yrj3 Oft t hcN L ftcahls5 NhLrjFGR10SBY v t t iAtTORNEY AT LAW J qee nr Peolles Mnk VTV SPRINGFIELD KY Yt JBRoBAWVUTT7 ROBARDS HYAiT Phsiciins and urgeona Ift Office over C W Hagans gop f CTJ opposite Presbyterian l 2 vchurcb Ii t 1trlr WW pyPttY- SICIAMl AND SURGEON f Office over Havdon LRoberth rcqnsDrIJ1 Store Vth1IV Phones t Office 115V it I Residence 172 i i J iNY1MAYSti 7 1 ffUNERAL mm f W 04hi AiLICENSED EMBALMER E3TELEPHONE v R DAVIIOINIGHT 74 VLJ i SPRMGFIELD H iiVr rrftirdd SchedukSFollowing is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown Vnd SpringHeld branch railroad V Nb 41 Leayes Louisville at V43O p m Bardstown JuriStioi 2 I522pm Bardstown 606 pm f NarriVes at Springfield 705 p m NO 42 Leaves Springfield atd 520 m Bardstown 607 amV J Bard8own Junction 650 am M- Irr1tLouisyille 740 am th Nbi 43 Leaves Louisville at 820 rm Bardstown Junction fl10amBardstQwn 11OOamt arrives atSpringfield 1230 pm 3f No44Leaves Springfield a fljOO pm Bardstown 220 pma t Bardstown Junotion 435 pm 7 arrives at Louisville 545 pm Ko 90 Sundays only i eayes gVtown 8 am Bardstown Junction a i 845v am arrives at Louis ville j 835 am ft t Nor 91 Sundays only Leaves L h Louisville at 8 pm Bardstown I vJunctioD 645 pm Bardgtown 730pm arrives at Springfield 8 5ProL l KILL THE COUCH Mt CURE THE LUNGS c KingsiNew Discoveryi I FOR CfI f pA ALLTMOATANDLUNThGURLEV DozVV t Jasper on Market w ri f Mr Jasper Whallen formerly I tJ wituMr JEr Reams of Leba non jKyt iis noy associated with1 JJ fVIV L Smith Market Street l etween rd and 4th LouisvIlle t fKy AVe cordially invite ourII 4 t MJfnends and your friends to call fO US when in thecltyand I EYt t 1 r1 iad us orders for any goods SJlpjj may needV ttll 4Vi itt CfJ i Per aIII Bottki in bond 100 1 quart1 10 per case 7t a V Ship Icy all points from Iigvillo House or fom 423 i z4d 45 State Street New AIJ i FRy indiana = mltJJJlh tty I Graa Cradfr4 V4o4p ifj qjofjpraiiii VadeOfthbeitnatwI ral Y voi iber At the UmeJ dd 1nd W H Bond t VSpifia1dKy t H HNiI TOWN w r mnnI fiH Local Happenings of Interest c The Freshest and Latest c AllAbout Yourself Friend and Acquaintances W4ZLC Oct jar tops and gums at Lawrences grocery oTr1 08cJStone jars and jjugs all sizes c per gallon at Lawrences g rocerV Pruij jars pints quarfs half gallfans cheap at Xawrences g crocerBuy th a Fairbanks Morsfe en tines and crushers best made N G Marks Age Machinerynbf all kinds over l dat N G Marks machine shop Gasolipe engines a speci ally Have yOur knives plow points cycles jcythes and lawn njoWers ground at my shop NGMarkS Manager John Kelley will pen the skating rink for the of the lovers of the ort this Thursday evening FOR SALEA black mare willI Iworkold Waco Dare filly 1 MIEEI Good paint will not blister in ov weather Green Seal is used e year round Summer ndI W inter Sold byWL Yancy M thackvilleICy FOR RENT TWO nice room in e Seaircy flat Water copniec ons iifi back room Applyj 10 L earcy or toG o gar periter VePaint security if you khow little or nothing about paint you had better use Green Seall anSbesafe For sale by W L Yancy Mackville Ky L STOo the streets of pr nlfiaJdabout 10 days ago a Ten Dollar bill Finder will please return toiS B THQMPSONi EyeT wake up in the morning with the nose stuffed up and thryoutfit of HaQimei will cure you back if itfailsV Sjld bye Red Cross Drug Store I will sell at public auction on he street on next Saturday afternoon 45 suits Qf clothing nda lotof hatfe ad shoes S JM CAMPBELL The old notion thai is not ood to paint in hot weather iis false one Green Seal and a ooodhottest weather Sold by W Yancy Makv1Ie Ky John Barnett was arrested and tried before Judge Litsey last week for using abusive and insulting language and pleadI guilty and was fined 50 andI 3ostsprosecutiug witness Jr Bellbaum formerly drug ist for G J Haydon but who as been living at Uaye City or the past six months has re- urned to accept a position with LRO Haydon of the Tied Cross rug Store Dr Bellbaum arid his wife havve many friends in Springfield who vill welcome them bapfc The second dy of the Perry ville fair which begins Augu t 14 and continues three Bayjs will be 014 Soldiers day An soldiers who took part in the Civil War that either wore the blue or the gray are invited to attend ontaliday A program has been arranged ior tbeir pleasure by having them taken to cthe battle field in- a body where appropriate ser vices will Be held for the occa sbn Dr J H1 Lamptoo had quite an unusual experience in his practice on last Saturday He- W 1S called to the home of Mr E Hi Cocanougher who lives on Mr Charlie Brad va place near town to attend Mrs Cocanougher iin child birth While the Doclc r via waiting the wifeVf MF Cocanougher brother who liyes in the same house becajne su denly 8ick and gaye birth to a fine baby The other baby ar rived fift ftminutes later thus there wctkfgy ditipps to the ijouehpldyHh a very sho r- tSVQt itWC DeWitt ittle EarlY Risers dontt title ken or gripe Small trills easy to DrugSoe TOPICS J Your stomach wont let ydu j eata hearty meal without pain l r distress get thehelp of Mt flLi stomach tablets Money back if itV fails Sold by thp Red Cross Drug Store Badly Cut Augustus Ottra cigar maker employed ml J JL Johnsons clear factory of this place re- eived several ugly slashes a ross the Lice on Sunday lasts a result of an enc punter with Jack Cleaver in Lebanon The affair took place in a drug store and accounts are Conflicting as to thei particulars It seems that Ott had had some previous trouble with Lindsey Cleaver a younger Brother of JackClea ver a yindthetask for it Cleaver is said to haye struck the first blow and the two men clinched falling to theflooi with Ott on top While iin that position Cleaver began toteuse his knife and slashed his ponent three for four timesacJoss thejface inflicting serious wouuds two of which narrowly escaped cutting his eyes liothmen were placed under arrest and their trials are set for Monday a Lebanon Teachers Institute I The Washington County Teachers Institute is in session is week at the Graded School building and an interesting segr sion is being conducted The institute organized on Monday with an enrollment of 64 teach ers Prof George Colvin was chairman and Miss Ella Sh aunty secretary The follow J ing committees were named Onprogram MissesSallieCarrico Elffc Shaunty and Mr William Oheatbamcommittee on tmusic Misses Emma NonanSusiePopei I Katie Humphry and Mr Frank H ardin Prof White of State College at Lexington is instructor of tim- nstitute and he is proving quito a popular one with the teacrsaAmong the visitors from a dis tance are Mrs Eubanks wife of editor ot the Southern School J Journal Prof Harmon of Lon don Ky and Prof J L Harmon of Cherry Brothers College i Bowling Green The institute i lasts until Saturday and the NewsLeader next week will give the proceedings more fully Lawn Fete and Ice Cream tSuppert For the purpose of paying an- utstanding balance on the p bianonowdepartment end of starting a llibrary for the High School J Miss Emma Ni nan wilt give a llawn fete on the school groundsi on Tuesday evening August 2iF j from 4 to 10 pip Ices will be served and a delightful musical program instrumental and voca will be rendered so thta pleas ant time can be hadby all The lawn will belecorated in school colors and seats arranged to actcommodate as manv as may come The refrtshments have been generously promised by the patrons ot the schooll and judg ing from tjie success of last years fete we feel assured that tbs will be a success in everHway We have witnessed on many occasions the loyal sup l port of the community of all1l school entertainments and feelI confident that this will be equally successful Old and young willI find occasion to thank Miss Nunan for this opportunity For Sale i A good seven room welting on Grandy Avenue LocontainsnerIy tWo acres RoUse newly painted Nice location Will sell reasonableVFor further particulars call oaT D Tapp or McElroy Whartcn Real Estate and Insur ance Agents Springfield Ky Why dose the stomach to cure catarrh 01 the nose and throat tratth disease locally with HYQ ne11 Complete outfit 1 money back if it fails Sold by thRed Cross Drug Storo For Sale A two horse power gasoline engine in good running order will sell cheap Apply to the Blue Gjass MPG OoofW P Grigsby Atty 4t e 1 i VEILS f Ifi I readytowears and Street Hats to be Ilosed out at 50c All goods to be sold at greatly IIr ed prices i MISS KNOTT I Opposite Postoffice 666166 6W L PERSONAL Lieut wf 0 Reed is on the sick list this week Mr W S Gibbs attended the D nvUle fair last week Mr pond Mrs Byron Croake are at Tatham Spring3 Mr Hopper Rrewthof Leb anon spout Sunday here D Mr Charles Duncan ofXouis lte is visiting relatives here Miss Addie W Cox of Louis vine is the guest of Mrs J L M artinVMrs T s Mayes and daugh r Miss May are at Tatham Springs f County clerk W F Booker went to Tatham Springs yes terday ILMissJulia Stagg of Ifuston vide is viiting 1f sJennie Talbott Miss May Muiyey of Louis vi mjiWimsatt VV Mr E N Hundley of Leba ton was over oDr business Tuesday 6MroNew York is visiting Mis John F Simms itLenard Baker is attending thes lair at Cynthiana this week with his horses Mr James Boswell ard family have returned from a VIsit in Boyle county Mrs Mary A No3 hasre turned home from a iisit to rela tives iu Louisville gMissShelbyville is the guest of MrMnd Mr M H Jones fMr Edwin Casey of Law renceburg is visiting Mfnnd fMrsRev WH Williams is holdJ in g a revival at Slewarts Creek in Marion county Mr John Shuck McElroyj Jr hasreturne6fromjDanvillewhere he spent two weeks Bob Noe is at Crab OrchardH this week attending a Convention- of circuit c urtcl rksI VAuntbeen yery sick with indigestion ut is much better now i Misses Acquin and Margaret VIontgomery of Louisville are visiting the Misses Medley f Mrs Fred Haganmnd son ivan win go to Crap Orchard the latter part of the week Mrs Mary Goatley of Louis ville is visiting the family ofIr her brother W T Cumstock Mr Simpson Roberts left yesterday for Adair county where bic will sjjryey a turnpike road Mr W D Claybrooke has reo turned from a visit in the Bluegrass Beargrass and Pennyrile Misses Nanie Rapier and Nora urst rof Bardstown were guests of the Misses Price last Friday Mr Derwood Shew maker and near1Leba 1noonat home from Clint S C wherehe has been talcing a law course Miss Elizabeth Ljeachman has returned from an extended visit jwith her sister Mrs J B Hill of Lebanon iMisses Myrtle and Mab4ij Price Nelie and Jcnnio Greene will go to Danville Friday tto yisif friendsq vCharlie Roberts of Louisville who has a position in The Big 4 Four railroad 0 1ce1is visiting his parents here Mr Morrie DUrrett has re turn td from Lexington whera he has been taking a summer course at the State College Mrand Mrs Charles H Mclntire and children are vis iting the family of Mr R C CrDycroft in Meade county Mrs WijliainM Stallings of dYSjberej J II Miss Willa Knotty Mr Spald mg Clements and Walter Clements left Sunday for a two weeks stay at Rome Cityl Ind Mrs James Haves and Miss fMargie Bonta of Mapel Hill apen a partof last week with their sister iMrsiS H Bishop Mr and Mrs ConrieHert lein arid guest Miss Guetig and Adolph Hertlein leave today for a weeks outing at Griffin Spring Miss Fannie Smith and Mi jHI Jennie McCabe entertained at euchre last evening in honor of their guest Miss May McOarney o f Lexington Miss tiara Smms and aunt Mrs Cynthia Waterman were honor guests at a reception given by MrsLenJMattingly a- 1eIaion Tuesday evening Mrs Emma Karrick and daughter Vella of Lexington visited Mrs Charles Robertson yesterday Mrs Karrick iis aking avisit to relatives at Maud Mrs A G YankeyV anaI d 1aughterton and Mr and Mrs G Beit anbournef of Kansas City are visiting at the home of J S Yankey MissFlaget Simms and Mes rs Wathan Simms and Hood CCunningham attended the re c ption given by Mrs Len Spalding Tuesday evening fat Lebanon Harry Hansbrough who ijs connected with daily atl Sheffield Alar drove through the country from Hodgenville i aturday and spent a couple of days here visiting his sister 1rsThe family of Mr F M Mol tin and guests Mr and Mrs George Hobbs of Covington and Miss Veola Brown spent four Jays camping and fisbing on Rolling Fork in Marion county returning Monday Mr Wallace Duncan is at home from South Park where lie has been employed as tele raph operator the past veajr e will enter the state College at Lexington this fall to take a fouryears course in electrical e ngineeringVV Resolutions of Respect The Alumnae Association ofj St Catharine adopted the following resolutions of respect iia memoriam of the death of Florence Cecelia Hamilton a bright attractive member who died of typhoid never on Thursday July 25 1907 Resolved Floren e Ce elia Hamilton by the will of our Heavenly Father has been removed from our midst oaheavenlv abde1 and we the members of the Alumnae realize that our loss has been great that the influence of this sveetyoung llife will live perpetually in memorys shrines an object llesson for good Resolved That Florence Ce celia Hamilton will be missed from the home where she wis a devoted daughter and sister possessed of rare traits of female 3 ovelinssht stamp the true w man1Rpsolyed We tender oursjm pahy to the bereaved family father moher sisttfrs and brothers trusting tha He doeth all things for our whoII niay bind up the broken an taIResolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the parents and brothers and sisters + MATTIE YALKER SMOTCHVHY4TT IMATTIE ROBERTSJOK FyDA VIGGt TON ALLtB RIEVJ5S ROXIE WAKEFIELD Cure Blood Skln DIaeaaes Con cGrcate2t Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure tHin dis- eaSed hot or lull of humors if you haveblood poison cancer carbuncles eatlnfi sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheuma tism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B BB Soon all sores heal aches and pains andfricluwritingjt naI BISIGHT BISIGUTV Ask for Biaight The new Invisible Double Glass The only double glass that is ground in one PIECE for 4 far and near work We alIsell theKryptox and IIIIBifocal Glass W C GRIGSBY hasIq has pne of the bet Stores in the State He added to his store the lowing instrumetits Geneva combined scope and bphth n asIand the C I meer for measuring the 9 Iputina9 ing up the abova instru ments He fills Occulists 9 Prescription and does all kinds of frame work Frames made to order to fit 5 any face specialty satisfactionIand guarantees fits W C GRIGSBY The Leading Optician BARDSTOWN KENTUCKY rr rcrcr Letter List List of letters remaining un c PKyHo9d7VErnest Brady SMit Miss Effie 60 k2f I Miss Mattie Elliott Claude Elliott MrsfBessie HanitonV T M Lanham Mrs Loria Johns WallaceJonesiI McMerry 4Mrs4 TiB TaylorV Theo Thompson Mrs H W Smith Mrs J D Quarles Persons caning lor theseletters nill1 please say advertised and give date of list t W r AWaters PVM Keep the pores oden and the skin clean when you bave a cut burnV bruise or scratch DeWitts Carbo iiized Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores and heals quickly Sold by the Red Cross Drag Store FRANKLINS GARB f The Philosopher Often Taken tot iQuaker Though He Was Not Ont Benjamin Franklin was often takes for a Quaker but the philosopher did not belong to the Society of Friend Franklin being a simple citizen of Philadelphia wore clothes tf a fashion set by the Quakers n plain gray or Iralfsult He continued to wear tills lostuuie while he was In France Once when his cqurt suit was not ready ha appeared in his republican garb bVfore Louis XVI He became the fash ion in France and indeed in nearly all Europel and It was at one time the proper tiling for young republicans and litterateurs to dress a la Franklin The German historian Scblosser describing Franklins appearance in the French drawing rooms speaks of the simplic Uyot his external appearance the friendly meekness of the old man and the apparent humility of the Quaker Iu truth the humility and the meekneM were mostly matters of appearance und the Quaker aspect was only au as peel Franklin was brought up by his parents in Boston In the Congregation alt church and was Intended by them fpr the ministry When he went to Philadelphia he says In his autobiog raphy he paid his annual subscription to the only Presbyterian minister or meeting we had in Philadelphia But he distinctly avows his disagreement with Presbyterian doctrine and later was quite as ready to welcome and as sist Whltetteld the Methodist with wjjom he also openly disagreed Later still he took a spew in an Eplscdpal church but he was never a commu nlCant Episcopalian He says about religion In lila a toblOgra muchiiplains how he became a deist youth but abandoned the cause It was not useful in making mea good Ills own creed he declares to bt belief In God and In the Immortality of the sod Though my schcnie was not 1there1 Is 1lloweoIrnnw x iludge TJils watch has been stopped for two or three days Jeweler Lem me see It There is nothingt the matter with it psccpt that it has Jiot been 1wound Mudse I thought maybe that was it I remember you told me to wind It up Just before I went to bed aJldI havent been tq bed fort three nlghts Physiology Il A pupil In a schdbl near L qtham square New York city thus defined the word spine A ftflne Is a long Hrabef bo clYour head sets on one end and row set on the otberLip plncotts Hagazlne Htrto Suit When our thother4n law fell Into the water why uidlit you help to get Iier out My de rnmdnm you must know lnt notbi g ye eyer diue has pIeaee- dherrluE 10 llONETmTARi Jw IITIiIIcreatt D J I and Bemnant Salc II- To r begin Saturday next at I THE BIG STOREZ J I I 1WewilI11- i I and will have a lot Ofremnants and I I WjIJN ENDS I Ipffer besides many other bargajflsrIIto r arecuilingfroll ever depaitmntV Items which we are going to put on that willmove them quickV 4iV I V1iV 1 C f SiykLadiesi 1 t 1 I ITile oueCojINCORPORATED 11- II J r 1 iii tt 4- II Barg BargalBslg jjI l bj 1N TIN AND GLASSllRi 0 JPGodcJquarts and half gallons J My stock of Groceries is complete in verylJM tll Meat Lard Sugar and Hour ft 5soldi change same as cash 4 J W CASH PAID FOREGGS 4 t V i ttFIVE PER CENT OFFFOR CASH L t WP LAWRENCE 4Ip4i- i Vjj KEEP YOllRSELDRY tt l i C r 4 While inihe fTobaccctJpai-v I t 8by buying one our J t Z Tobacco J f1I F 0t WaterProo tttfst Sontethla wMeh every Tca PO grower needs caiIittthem at i i L rt L tiI 1R4DiIKTffiS1 i1 111c5 i I I r J t trTw TII TttENEVVSLEADER f 1 AiMSI1ISONLY ARM BY FALLING I 4ildI1t 1IIIfiIeI Csi4i rt 1IiIt W J i WII iitheVorpt mutilated u MvS1broken his arm the MljMMlbeliai Bill lives at the Sol I dIi Moi la tie suburbs of Wnshtng f ton He farted as an Indiaa fighter Jo Ibe JBifbtlj cavalry Some thoughtful IMian raTe hiM a perfect scalping I wfcfca BIll amorously refers to as tii odgliMil CherpkeefBtrlp Bill also 4 II lI o1i leg andiqne arm and Is ejtverwl with oandstSind scats The feg which assists In BuTs support I stow eve teeo bullet wounds After hfl discharge from the regular i wyBUl enlisted la the rough riders aid aaw ervlee Ja Cuba under Pros 4eht Roosevelt The trimming up or his physical being was then completed 1Ji As the result of participating In the t kpioeful jpaptlaie of falling on the sld- pVrl k BUI lli is now nursing a broken ain Hevsys he Is glajl he bas yet to Maliael the easatlons of a broken neck f eyfTkreeRtta1L fK Great excitement w5s caused all fee Switzerland when the news get abroad that the criminal judge at WeiafekieB In the canton of Thurgo firiit i had szteucLT a child of three i a to th I Rnd half lupfctha Ira i WrWr iMt Power House Whea the contracts recently let bye Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company are completed Brooklyn will have the larfest ppwei house lu the worldr says the Brooklya Eagle These contracts eail for the duplication of the present 1 power bouse on Kenl avenue The to Stal CMC will be upward of 5000000 I and the capacity upward of 150000 fcorsepow What rthlsvwlll mean fort I the service can be seen trom the fact tkton the heaviest days the present system does not call for over 120000 J1t bhorsepower from all sources On the it completion of the new structure its rdyrimmpg could keep In motion the traf ftlC o nUre system should nIl the t fatherpower houses breakdown sunuH IIfJ taaeousiv al CklWi Sermex M M8 cceas1on Harry and Edd1 Ilittleirotiiew took it into their fd a48 to MT dtorch As Harry Was t41 ftlle older o the VQIbe said ull1 be the preach sr and preach you n ser lff monIw4llr said Eddie and Ill i the people + And so Hrfrry began b51 lit juMWunclns Ids text My brethren iny text tw ay Is Be kind There are 34c tome little texts In the Bible for littlo children ai d this Is one of tbemI1Firstly Be klqd to tether Dont f bother him ben hes busy Dontmake a noise wicn his headaches Father e tlgtowor k hard and earn woneyI 7I ScondlBe kind to mother Dont male her Tell you everai times to do 1 tile same tl Ing My brethren we ought 1 t to mind right off tt ThlrdlyJBe kind to Mary She Is l itiaIland atne and cintth1k plain L j5FlnallyImy brethren be kind to the iftt AmeirrBrooklyn Eagle M tt n Flying TkimblC rti Have a thimble which easily fits your I 1 3 fercfinger 5how the thimble on the 4 forefinger of your right hapd and lay i the finger stftli thimble on the pairs of year left ivnlchfyou then close Now WUtc1rBweller minus the thimble W The com imy nfill naturally Imagine y t that It IsJ i the lhft hand but on open fag Jt tin are astonlshedto see It empty g lie secret Is that you do not l place the thhnbie in the left hand at all but Ii the act of lading the fore winget df the right hand on the left t rou quick y b jnd the finger and leave j the thimb e a cretrd bctwe n the ball ir tDt your th arab null the rot of the tore finger on y plning the 1uc finger in I ttbedleft frills you Insfatatiy close nndIvf thenwlthantrtheforeflnger You ttevontuall pro j1ro the thimble from your pocJetvr jshoir It again ontbe I tip of thfc rortfinget by a reverse moT U ment Riddles In what placij are two heads better than One fin aibarreL How Is arjoutryt dedler conipelled to fen lila t1ugi Bj fowl means tiil1Y s pu 4 q sp dur appear tbihaye Wlngs- J often takes fly When ecm1It Ilke Jiuman Ie j Ing Vl etwee n man and a boy 4 Why a re cleijgjmen like brakemen Because they dp a great dealtot coup ngi F jhe Rabbits Wedding Thefbachfclor sultan of Itabbltland T TJTfetJa lady nsJswcet ns honey lhegava him ner heatnnshovd-iIm ber hand lthtl of the weddIngwAsiTh yJ The wedding baAquet was very gnindr The sultan spejht lots of mon y The ladr pow elgns with him oer the lahjl They can her 0 iltana Bunny T1Iene 4Tho great requisite for plitylnG 4 fard5 or the horses remarked Mr aVervlse rla perve t The unswdred young Miss Torkins xyIt must take h great deal of nerve to Suable a man jo coine home so often jand tell his folk that still further icououiy will be necessary Wash mgton Post 4 tSc TIi faihujjpra man ought to fear- tt cI Ing to tlie purpose he ennrA Ellct Why j like a sallort Jecn JaC rrW the stairs danger l 110 t 1 Beaded man like a J Ie makes n little hair J goireat way tI aReSiaRbIhCeaek vtvbestilt coach used by the kinK if Spain is drawn by eight pure white- t ores with white nlumeg and white d14nwf C J 1t Male tJtuahcrs pro neir vur MA gooJ many i en blush inldn PhysicTiuu some so pithlfqllrilrnt tfcej icome to me to bejcured The cure I rccpinniend Is an old one ItIs the abandonment of veiIieavy clothlU espei0aiy otrjvoolei socks Amteing la how many ma e blushers have n prcdjlectlon for t Iclf socks of woolt But some blusher wear light enough clothes To them I Scan only recom mend u nenle trjatmeht I advise themItO make Upec shea at banquetst to be wlinessos lIn murder trials to go to teas and dances to declop In short the nerve us a wrestler develoijsJfhis muscle Blushing sn difficult disorder to cure AS a rul v It passes away of Itself when the victim reaches his tulr tyflfth year Nw Orleans Tlires IelDpefatd THo London Pit The pit we iise l 4p roqdalMJtit In English noSclslifis almost disappeared Troll the London theaters surviving tjiiluly at the music halls thoiigh much hanIpnrnuc appears American flack of these stalls lu wlmt we should call the parquet cir cle are the cheap seats forming the nioderu pit High and low rich and poor are tbus brought directly in con trast TravelMagazine Rooks and Sundayl l All the animal world appears to know a Sunday from ii week day There sa tradition In Lancashire and perhaps elsewhere that the rooks al ways commence building on the first Sunday In March This has been tN qucntly verified by observation and the punctuality of the roolcs might al most claim to ecoec1the limits of coin cldeneLConntry Life Intended to Pay The kindly old lady from the coun try had purchased a pair of gloves In a department store Cash shouted the saleslady ly land exclaimed the old lady fumbling In her valise urn glveIt to you just as soon as 1 find my pocket bpok Carpers Weekly He Cinched It Myboy I like you and I want you to marry niy daughter but have you spoken to her mother about itf o sir Then to club it for you Ill oppose the match Denver Pest Mice That Were Tipplers A correspondent writes In Quottn goIliquor bar As I entered the shop noticed a mouse reeling across the floor and I remarked to the shopkeep er that the mouse seemed to be hurt saidJthat Infested his shop were confirmed regJularly drnnkalJ liquor re malucd in the glasses which the sol dlers had used IIn the evening for their drinks Exchange Crushed iTalIan Badgersaid Thorpe meta friend ofj yours the other day He been talking about you and I fecllt my duty to tell you what lip said Uh well J dont cnre to hear what he said r know It was something Hlls agreeablej replied Badger How do you knpw that BecauRe ou are so anxious to tell It Good morning The Rc1iCfoflt Well I finally summed up the cour age tt spqak to her hither liistj night I tell you Jt was a great rellefj Coot What did he say 011 yqti misunderstand me He wasnt Inr Philadelphia Press Lucknows Great Hall Connected with the Mohammedan InrIwidejcappIywsolid mass of concrete of sln1 1etorm and still simpler constructlonr In Ibf erection a mold or framework of thu her and brick several fet lIn thickness waS first madej which wa then filled with concrete The concrete was al lowed abut aj year to set and dry when the jnold was removed AI bee4tandlugiojflecay pr deterioration Nails America has the honor of having made the first cut nails toward the close of the eighteenth cpntury Before that nails were made by hand audi their manufacture was a housdhdld dustry Cut nails are made by nm Chinery from plates rolled to the prpp er width and thickness They may be made 6f steel or of malleable iron Wuenailsi though originally a French Invention were brought to perfection In the United States KtIUnGo11inroL Tears nga wo bought a farm That had one field so thickly covered with this weed that ten aCIes would not have pastured u goose writes a correspond eat In JCfitlonal Stockman There was absolutely no grass Wo mowed It off and put about five sheep tp the acre epthemnext season a finer blue grass pasture rylastplantit Is fortunate that they will not for If they dhlno use could be made of their milk but cheep like It and will thrive on the young growth PaNtnringr Hu elQn Clover In pasturing either clover or alfalfa sjcep should no be turned lu until the clover or nlfalfii Is well grown and then should be turned In when ve1f filled up on other grass and when the dew or wet Is off and after being so turnedIn shouldnever be taken off though n shed may be provided where the hecp may hado at midday On sUch pasture with theIr mothers tho growthProtessorK H oCsoQt O 1 0 rj ffiij 34frPte x Ja large amount ofnourish 0iiliii u ibdd form Jy scce r rmuljon is poweirul nounsbvI 1 vw boo albd any lax on the AL1 DRUOQ1IITS 5 c AWO 100 2 p DE RAYLkNS OIARY Mystery of Russian ManWoman RnaJySbiveri I i FOOLED M POBEDONOSTZEFF Remarkable Story Revealed In Memoirs ot ExSecretary to Czars Consul In Chicago Whose Sex Was Not Dis covered Until Her Death The life secret M Xlcolai deJRaylan tot years secretary to the Russian fcon sujnt Chicago who after masquerad ing as a man for eighteen years was found after liar dcntli in Arizona In December loUd to have been a wo man has been revealed The story never before published containing her reason for starting out on a career of deception that proved her one or the most accomplished actresses In the world and disclosing a Russian scan dal that has been hidden for years Is contained lit her dlttrJnnt1 1lnteorrls- pai1l1cnce recchtiy discovered by Mt chad Felubcrg a clerk in the lawof Ifleq of Gardner Steriv Anderson ori CONVINCED THB WlrtCURATOn SHE WAS TELLING TIlE TltOTn Chicago attorneys for James Ileddlck public administrator Most of the documents and all of the diary are in tho Russian language The diary and a letter from her mother received through u gobetween more than a year ago show Be Ray laiis real family name to have been Taletsky ITergocllnJme Isnot hown by any of the documents The diary covers ii period between the years ISSSand 1S the year of her arrival ns a refugee in Chicago The first phase of her life traced In her journal many pages of which In 1icate that she was drunkard a gum bier and n profane roue depicts her us- a schoolgirl Her mptticr had placed her In a government school for girls Kle Russia where the Taletsky fam ily home WiS situated and between the ages of fifteen and sixteen years lhe was to graduate Somewhere around this period her mother who had been well to do before suddenly ac quired 250000 rubles about 125000- Nlcolai discovered the xistgnee of this sum and became suspicious con corning It In some way she found tJiatit ifad been settled on her mother ns trustee Uy some member of time nobility to be conserved In the interest of XicoInU This discovery made the young gjrl jcurloifs as to tlie reasons for the settlement und cauiei her to wish for her father to find fr ftiliimn what mystery surrounded her origin Nica Inl vrltcs of various Interviews with her mother In which the latter refused to give InformutioU As the time of the graduation from time girl school drew near time girl con ceived fi Napoleonic scheme to force her mother to pay her n considerable Bum of money or nt least todlvulgo the Information she sought so eagerly or both She had her Inspiration in two statutes of Russia one making It a crime punishable by Imprisonment to gain entrance by any means for a boy into u girls school Tlie ether was the 4nw regulating compulsory miiitarj service which made it aiSerious crime to hide the sex of a 0 child The completeness of detail with which the sixteenyearold girl set prove herself a boy shows 1bOlJto possessed originality and to the point of genius No detail was left uncompleted Be fore she made known to ajiy one her purpose she maCdoAnal and convincing arrangements to provide for evidence lu case her sex was questioned She find been watched over from ear lj childhood by n Frehch governess I Louise Ratonc about nine years her junior Affecting to take her gov ornoss Into her confidence she said recording to the diary LOuise youve peon me In the house here posing asn girl when In fact nil the time I have boon n boy The pur pose of my niQther In disguising me In this way was to procure tlilw nionoy that has come to her She convinced Louise of the truth of her statement and they entered Intp a compact according to dnr to leave Kiev together and nler a campaign the purixose of which should lib to force the mother to give up the Information and the money NIcolal told the governess she long lInt boon secretly In love with her and would marry her ns soon as the money wan obtained The preparation for tile assuming of male disguise consumed about two yrnivs and tho actual occurrences bv gan to take place in 1802 Itw s np parently In 1S01 that Louise Riitoue after the two girls hitch been at St Pe tersburg a shortl time wrote a letter to time late M FobediuiostzclT telling him tile clilcf factsof Nleolals alleged case and asking fpr an Interview Thjj sfhjejynan and churchman con fldeutlal adviser of the czar and who was sometimes called the dictator of Russia took an Iiiterpr1mt tie case nt once ami uiumoueil NIcolal to his palace Nloolal wont there nlono and ut the end of a private Interview succeed edlin convincingt thA procurator that liwas toiling time truth At time iuStiuuo of the procurator she swore put a tomplalnt against her mother InHhe courts of Odessa These eliar0eft an now on record In Odessa according Rrihe diary The procurator wont to flint citVt lifinself and advised the ofllcials Mrs Tnlntflfcy was ar rested preparations were made for lipr trio null she sought the advice of one PInvnkt y nn attorney of Kiev Aitbls juncturt Nl olal saw that dls ctelilon was the better wort of va tar == = My Hair ii- Scraqqly Do you like it Then why be contented with it Hive to be Oh no Justrput on Ayers Hair Vigor and have Ibng tnick hair soft even hair But first of all stop your hair from coming out Save what you have Ayers Ijlair Vigor will not disappoint you It feeds the hair ulbs makes weak hair strong Tho best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yoata Made by J Ayer Co llluWlIA jnanufaoturorB iiers PILLS PEaORAL A nan taut sue Would prpoaoiy U1 ca- In prison herseJf If she submitted to the medical examination necessary to no foruinl hearing of the cfise even though she had fpoled the procurator She had mot In St Petersburg a young woman named fcaney Rosdorhney with whom she affected to fall in love as she did with convincing cleverness nearly every woman sIte uief andl she courted when Louise Itatom- ivas not nrrmnd Both Nlcolril and Louise saw that the Jig wns up and they abandoned tlicir plans Zauoy the St Petersburg sweet heart raised money enough to stojrtc Xicplni on her triveis and the little J tiifdtQ Finjaud Informing Ziiiiej amk leaving a letter for tile procurator ing iilni that her filial devotion pre vented her jut time last moment from np pcarlng ngninst her mother Jhat she would flee to save tire lattefs name and honor Time case ngaliftt time moUIr proceed ed to trial and the procurator was cliief witness for the government Louise Itutone also appeared nWlbers attorney produced the wlrcfthad assisted nt the birth of NIco iSt ahd Greek Catholic priest 0 had christened her They both testified that they positively iknew that Nicola was a girl Time procurator flewIuto rage He mimI he had ocular evidence The casOrlwarf dismissed M Tobedonibstzeff now found himself in nu embarrassing and delicate posi ttion lie hun stood sponsor for Nlco lad personally supcnIsM the proceed ings rind swore that she asn boy Ilel was In Itjtlic humillntbig circum stances of having to confess he had been foolccj The story was hushed up quickly but the secret policePf Russia were placed on the trail othe fleeing trnc1fberi convlcjtloii that it otild hare gall e hard With her It thy had caught her and taken her bml o Russia and nil through the rpii irkable document there Is an undQrcuyent of fear of arrest She lived t av short time in Finland and time remainder of 5n neys lied to Antwerp alto r m to NIcolal Konstan thenWllhWllhtine 1 At Nlcolai met a banker who gave her money and a lletter of introduction to a banker named Wilson in Worcester Massj She became extremely friendly with the stewardess of the liner on which SHE GOT VBUV I1UKNDLY WITH III BTRWAIiDlJSS she came tot New York Time captam of the ship greW Interested In hi stringe paascnger and became ui pfclous of NIcohiis sex lie had man a quarrel with time stewardess ff niulntnlnlng Nlcolaij vas a tnun F iialiyhc made a bet of francs wit the stewardess tfie test to be mnic by time eUptaiin Ho Ihtervie vcd Nlf liii privately and then sought out once tlie tevsirdpSi8 mIll paid the w ger atlniittlug he had lost Arrived hi Voree ter Nicdiai tnlkt tl timings over with Wllsoii the Imnkv maid decided she IW beet go to rt cagOi Mr Wilson gaVe her a letter lutrodutftlou to It Frenclj grocerwlioi o name Is bitit d In time diary Hero the struuge diary ends Nlcol it eventually beeuinc socreUry to tIIJ Russian conaul goncral In ChicK holding tin position for thirteen yeai sj until ovorpnnje by tulMjrculoslK s li wont to vrixonu Thero upon hot dcaji l the unctertakeV discovered her true sux POINTED PARAGRAPHS U No man fevv lauded a partluiiinr envy posit Irt by trying to lodge worlv Almost everytlllliu Imagines he won il QIhQI Why it ii that time people with nott ii Itig fo do lutI sit nrmuuj anti visit ii d Buehtlreadlui bOlccw t fImptJI1enare imsootl as anybody WluMi a father ami son are 1u biu ncH the NOn can uuualiy tell of a lot f mistflUou hla father Makes Amo M any marriud nisin can nialr lila fronds smile by sayIng he Is pr foctly bte to do is lie pleases xWh n the carbolic acid battle fiinlsj Itself Iext to the cough niotllclne n tIme shelf pftb stops sharpening lju Scythe to bade and be merry J Atchison Globe T I PEOPLE OF THE DAY Japanese StatesmanSailor Admiral Baron Gombol YAmamoto of the ImperiaL Japanese uavj who is visiting this country was minister of marine during the war with Russia He was the guiding spirit of the Jap anese fleets during that period as BAItOX GOMBEI TAMAMOTO much because of his courage and decision air that he was a member of the supreme council 6f war Baron Yamniuoto wasfiftyfpur years old last September and iJs perhaps one thetworhLancse Naval college and first won dis tinction In the war with China For Ills conduct In the naval Battle of the Yalu he was liromoted after which his rise In tIre service was rapid In IMO ija became a inemlier of the fin perial cabinet The organization of the Japanese iinry on lt present basis Is accredited lurgeijto the constructive abilities of thp admlraf A Manage de Convenance dlnpertottion of New York said oiice kne v la San Franciscan whoknuirrleil avglrl ptettjrOne day her husband bought with twentyIhorsepower ilcur home gayly and brought his wife out to the froiifdoor to look at It She gave it one sneering glance and then said 4Itsvery nice but If It hadnt been for nij money It wouldnt be here Wen Mamie sold the husbandI quickly If It hadnt been for your money you wouldnt be here yourself Praised by Roosevelt The bravery of Lieutenant Colonel Aprres of tile Unittjci States army rfliose wife Mrs Elizabeth Fairfax Ajyres hag incurred the displeasure of oOl ers of the Eighth cavalry Is un qiitstioiicd President Roosevelt pad Lieutenant Colonel A JCs were in time cuban cam paign together Time president was lieutenant colonel of thorough rlder One lay the Tenth cav Iry became Involved in a sklrnilsli and Lieutenant Colonell Ayres who was In cominand distinguished himself for bravery Colonel Roosevelt rode to Ills side when tho smoke of battle had cleared away and after saluthig exclaimed Sir Twiild like to be a private In your troopsSt Louis Kciiubltn Foe of Subpoena Servers Ton D nock reB r Standard Oil magnate Is a ill icult proposition for process servers When he desires tqre malr lnsecltislon United States Marshal Huukclof the XewTqrk district who has subpoenaed Mr Rockefeller oftener thnn day other living nina salt recently When Mr Rockefeller has nothing to say he does not try to evade service of subpoenas but tells me to serve them upon his attorney BuSt when he does not want to testify he lets me find him and I dont find 11Im1t Mr nod llclllr was born in New YOrk state sixtyeight years ago but JOHN D JIOCKEFEJEH most of his life has been spent In Ohio lie received n common school educn tion mill at nineteen was a partner in u rievpland commission house In ISG5hcengn el1 In thu oil business PhysiwillV Mr Jtookefeller is fut hOemeIUUlnl1if his years rife loss of his halrsonio lime ago gave him a peculiar appear anee hut that defect has liee ovqr conic by n wig Mr Rockefeller ha8 always been a man of mystery even Jp business associates Sangat His Own Funeral At n funeral recently Ijpld In rent wnter MIeh somothlng occurred which was original startling and sen satlounl In character Afterth lust sad rites Iiad been conducted by nI gentleman of time cloth over there mains of deceased a phonograph was brought forth niuj placed on the casket anil time assembled mourner anti their friends Jioanl the voice of the timid moan singing ono of his favorite IiymiiP This paradox of a niau slug Ing at lila owJi funeral Is believed tq bo the first on rocnrtl lint the innovation opens up a new posslliUlty mill If time euHtoni grows dead uuvn rtoj soon bo preaching their owilfuherol sermons Th DrwciBo MeoKer nt tIme iinyfdo wlsb pinOer Meeker dozlngIt certainly U my dear jut the d tni orchestra viikes mt lIiI between tctsluci J OneK own thistle FcUlI tcrer to hliii thnn his netmj ganlen at roses Qirnau Proveib a A ToF WALKING T i rlu First Bequislte For a Good Gait jTbej Stevenson and Whltmdn praised so 1eU pastimesIs abeyance says Bliss Carman In the Delineator Our fashionable people affect one ridiculous manner of walking and then another jyear utter year but al most no one thinks It worth while to learn to walk normally The normal walk Is hot a matter of caprice but of art It lends Itself to the infinite va lie ties of character and becomes la each Instance expresslye of the 1nd1 vldunl Sb that we recognize a man by iis gait as easily as by his vpice Time first requisite of good walking ka good poise If the body is well poised at each point of fIn moti9n the motion Jselimust l procted as a series of taIls is to be somewhat more Accurate d series of falln mergedthntends and thenecovery begins In walk v Ing we are In a continuous state of un gradualIy plhylugspintbencrdbat In a circus lying on his back- spIn a barrel or a painted ball BEHIND THESCENES the Indifference of the Actor t Hit Stags Companions The indifference of the actor of al most every grade to the play and his qttheabout this little kribwn professioiut There is an authentic case of an actoF who gained sufficient favor and fortune in a certain play to appear In it con tinuously for four seasons Although he naturally played the principal part he did not appear until the second act thatdurtngthose firstIamount to anything go at once to their dressing rooms Immediately their scenes on the stage are finished I recall an Instance of a young worn an whole dancing was a genuine sen satlon on Broadway for several years She was very young and very pretty and her engagement did mucTi toes tablish fhe success of the theater at which she appeared It must have been quite two years after she nchlev ed her first success when the stats who was also the manager and owner of the theater casually remarked one Q1downonQ1 dance I have never seen her but they telj me she is very good Outing Magazine Caribou Horns Not one out of every ten female carl bou has horns When it does bnve them they are much smaller than those of Urn bull The horns of the female P1orebronchesthey are much more regularly nnd finely formed The cows carry their horns much longer thouthe bulls They nave been seen with their horns in Ute month of April The old bulls shed their horns from the 10th to the last carryIFebruary Trhe younger the animal lon or he retains his horns HUMOR OF THE HOUR Two Scotch Ministers A resident of nud onWlswa8 de plorihg the resignation of Senator Spooner j The senate cannot afford to lose a thItown for fifteen years or thereabout He won every base he set his hand to It was no surprise to us Hudsonltes to find that John d Spooner was the finest legal mind lu the senate We knew him of old you see When he had a case on we used to go In droves to hear him plead thnl1behe was showing how wlthn good mo tive one might still dba lot of harm He said that two aged Scotch mlu igturs Silt talking one day over their churchwardeu pipes Last Sawbath said the younger of the two old men only three folk cam to my kirk and since It was an awfUj cauld snawy stormy morulu I Juls toQk them over to the manse read chapter gled them a prayer and then to ward ofT the rheumatics a guLd stiff glass of the best whisky s The other minister smiledjAwed he mild ye will bee a fine congregation my brlther the next sfonny dny Reassured Oggood evcuiutr said the young man who had come to speak to the girls father Good evening replied the old gen UOrYOUS1how Illattcred replied the young mao I looked scared to den1I1cnhoUc Standard and Times t As an Example CulprIt surprised and Indignant Why your honor I was one of the invited guests aboard that ship I merely took those little silver Articles aa souvenirs Time Court Yes That is why I am giving you the full limit of the law Call the next isedIoustomi Post An Uncomfortable Seat They say1 remarked COnkJeyut1mt Luckloy is now upon the very pinnacle of success and rosperlty and yet lies not happy Well replied Joakley thats not altogether surprising Did you ever sit on a pinnacle of rany sort1lPhiladel phlu Press ZllraTtUIZ Fe Potato BhIgkt Many New Jersey farmers spray p tatoes for blight but very tow Of t1MI sprgbalof those who spray is Increasing Wt recouunciuUr that spraying be begufl r1nlstlons and the rapid growth of the vine Wo use bordeaux formula oa50tHtIs six pounds blue stone six powMto lime ahiltfitty gallons water To tkk we addr one pound parls grew wheV the liar 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