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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r c 7 TI fl r UZ SERESYOL Xi 22 t SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 4 1908 V i 100 YEARJ f j 1c r ct 1 Jc iik wt F lkusty PRACTIOAL t DENTISTO ceofrerBayaQBarber a i ble rices JL 1JJ UNGFILfl KY V oRDEcIoY JLL pGTiELD o tY scat of- Waibpgbou Centy miles south 5ll Witofi 5 Ues from iirfiffllr OIl BardstowL branch oi LvUid NasSfyill railroad in lajaiiii Wrt crlculturl district wtBftfckti telegraph airid telephone U cifiiceMrolfice flbmriaiUlsKlumber g9 jPdfttUtioa I700 opalatonof jieI tltY cotsst HonJ 14 jaon BMgtow1 pisestztiTe 11 KeckLeKis at1l1ijIIl C McCIr- Ai4srctfative hI StztjenateHon l JLmpbUs U CY iyI Dirctoy 0 T CIRCUIT COURT Ciretilt Court begins tm the fourth kY IM 1iirsry May 1dOct t 1JiWc rIi Thgrianhdge EE Durham Cb iimomw lth At i A OeiClerk r f MG I4eachi Master CoIss- QARER14CURTb J o1arttl7 1Js held a ttie third rY WeaA path Litsey Judge O4NTYCOU + otpttyn trtieet on the feirth 4ky ill e4chmeutht v J tW J wi Booker counyGler T MyountyAtforneY f lirje Catlett Jailer Sftiey Oifcourae Sheriff amA aer on i DIckIhaifl I Herb rtEddleH3au Deputip EdMit rst w Ja eF Moore CounbiSutY YdJ jf P dBrya Ase5so W9ritcbe1LDeputy ccertNoTreasurer L J Montg onierytOoroneri U J4W Bosh iupt9f qommoB r bb l 2 0 Springfield J I J CITY COURT Aaiwn RNOePplIce Judge fohVGwee Marshal w F GrigsbY cy A1orney jUSTICCOUtT Justice Courts are lieldim Jannary Jnlyi Apritand Qotobor f jLL iI Church Directory x METHODIST CHURCH tt Jfer G Wr Lyon Pator Ser vTJcfi sathe Tirstand Tnird Sundays Iit each month at 11 a m and 730 no SiyidlySchool every Sunday atlOam t PiYKt iinif every Wediesday- zigkt1 CAHOIIClPRTL1RCH ySP F Hennessai Pastor Ser riceli Teryfenday at and10 oclock i Seryices at St Rose shine hours 1 PUSBTRIAT JURCB Rev JR JE f Lawson Pastor rtw1aliag very SundRyat 11 am i dt 1pmt Sunday school every I smdaY jrt 10 nf Prayer nseetic verY Th r day yftnlng at7ooJock JBAPT1ST CHURCH ay Win HarjgonWiI1iams Pastor Ereachiag every Sunday at U an aid 74S pta SundayScbOol every Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting eVery Tsje day cyeninjr at 745 oclock T J CHRISTIAN CHURCH i Rev WiF Rogers Pastor Ser Prices rst and fourth Sunday Sunday chcol 93Qatn Jl J tr1 Orders f r JiAOfICLODG Spr1sgtleId lodge Vyi3 t SQ Mtt firitand third Monday a a moa tb t W hm tOHK AChagter No 57 V e ts every aecoad TveCJtay f J pfiHjrfieljl Council jNo 52 meeison trttoarthMoaelay XWHXof lKX MACAlIE Meet l toiVii rfscbmo Kodol1 ForJ indigestionur j tatueMtt1sl oINI7 ay it 1si b- Er7I tklt lt= lIltt4I 4 alE M t M rJ 5Tiu s Sab cI DigwtslhttToufiat Md Makes the Stomach Sweet So C ttoWlTT CO CJileajo U3 I I T f l r THE NEWS=LEAD13R iiJ flro 1 OBSERVATIONS L irtfcfl ffi n d jjTrf Fishing H f BY ROY fARREIA GREENE L Some times I go a fishin with a pole an hook an line Whe ilhe crops abnJtnieed attention an the Aveathers fair and fine Ii chb se a pond thats likely uSe the temptingest of halt Cast ut an sit expectantly an waitIan wait an wait For Iialf7aday Ive sat that way anI never t ad a bite Whll just across the pond som- etherscaugheiifIeftandrightpt Theyd taTce home suchtarnazing1 fstiingIt seemed tobe unfair Id nfever had a nibble all the time thtI a there Mtluck in angling others have an not alone with flsh With pole of prseverancehookan line of fondest wish Theytry In fortunes pond tohokat lleast one little prizeJYouve seen theiri watchin b bbersI itii asad look In their eyes They lidte long strings that others catch wealth honor fame an place V iV7ithsuchan easy careless air with effort scarce1 trace fSome style it chance somecall itty 4 while others say tis fate t But IbtsTffho fish ilbat ever get aI nibble at their bait ifIv discouraging to the Gpv rnoraiicIthose in control of the movements of the state militia to learn of the narrow nd1ui reasonable position assumed by the graixd Juries and certairrcivil authorities in certain counties Vhera it has been necrsupiressSend croop m order tthe nigh tenders Over at Mad sonvHIe the other daya grand 1 jury made a report on this sub i ject in which it saidU We hearti j lv condemn tuis violation of the spirit of the law which says the military slaJl be at all fimes and jin all cases in strict subordinaa i ito the civil powers The only grpunds for complaint ac cording to this grand jtiry ap Ipears to be the fact that the jury was unable to learn U whether the troops were acting und r or i ders of the roper authorities biitit is a fact that none of the local cpun ty officials were notified that the troops were on duty JJI hiaappears to be an exceeding- Ly foolish position for any civil authorities to takev It is admit ted that the troops pievented at- LeIstone raid in that county and made seyetal arrests of alleged night riders what does itinatter whetner the local authorities were prpperly notified or not so long as the end was accomplished and the county saved Jrom thel disgrace of more night riders raids and the property of the citizens saved Governor Will sons5position is certainly an un enviablei one He is condemned in certain localities because he appears to be slow in taking action against the night riders and in certain other districts he is rcondemned because the local authorities havenot been proper t ly consulted A CONTRAST In QUITE ar contrast to the Kentucky town is the action taken by the authorities of Brown county Ohio Brown couunfiy Ohio is one off the counties north of the Ohio river in which a very upe rior quality of Burley tobacco is grown The growers of that place have also been troubled with uighti riders who arecredi ted with coming from Kentucky Soldiers wer J very promptly ordered to the scene of the rouble however and a troop of the state mijitia ha been camped in the county A numb r of plant beds have been destroyed in Brown county but a number of arrests have also been made sa result The presence of the troops is en dorsed by the local authorities nd the citizens generally arid every assistance is rendered To id thesoldjrsin suppressing awlessnes1 whiCh fsas it should be I a tNyESTiGAjNGTheydo say Ak that the present grand jury s mvcstigaliing tnk only 1alss- 4t4vetiiidattbe door of the tpbtoeo nlghtriders nthlsI =ountyand that the chauc6p are Javor of the returning of somE indictments The offense which lsthe subject of investigation ws breaking hi to tthe railroad lasllNovemberand burning several empty hogs heads which had been shipped to parties to be used inthe shipping to Louisville of tobacco The parties guilty o thlsact of law lessriess were neverapprehended although their identity it is said has ben strongly suspected This and a similar raid made on the depot at Bookers the night toIIton county except a few threatening Jottersj and it looks as if tbe perpetrators or this cffense wilP dome to grief Iicc ww a fJDVICEW publish in this X X iissue as nadyerLisementa- notice from the Executive Board of ihe Burley Tobacco Society iin whjclb all members of the societ who bave pooled their tobacco are given some advice They are advised not to sell their ware house receipts ozto transfer heir tobacco anyone and the reasons gIven for this recommen dation are HecausjB the poled tlbacc is bing sol L rapidly havJngalreadydispasedr 4 000 hogsheads out of 54000 and they say that tljey have very little tp bacco left below grades 16 td pQ cents Another reason giv n for holding on to the tobacco iis that H the 1908crcp has been elimina ted beyorTdthd highest expecta tions0 This will doubtless be good wsttJ hoe who haxv p ole4 tbetr tobacco Ion the post two yearsxand who still have r t If one feels dnll and spiritless in the spring or early summer they call it Spring Fever But there is no fevei usually It is the fter effect of pur winter habits The erves are mostly at fault Tired wornout neresleave us languid lifeless and without spirit or ambitipnbAi few dQses ofDr Shoops Bestoratiye will absolateland quickly change all of these depressing symptoms The Restorative of course wont bring you back to full health in a day or two bnt it will do enough in 48 hours to satisfy youthat the remedy iis reach iug that tired spot Druggists everywhere are advising its use asa asplemlii and prompt general topic It gives more vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other known nerve or constitutional tonic ft sharpens a failing appetite i ids digestion frees Sluggish livers and ngsriewUfestrengthand be convinced RediCrpss Drug Store Blood Hounds i The large tobacco barn on the farm oJ Mrs Lucy Burrus near Salyisa this county burned last Friday night The building was 40 by 80 feet and contained a new binder cultivator mower corn cutter rake wagon surrey spring wagyn buggy and many other implements comparatively new The loss oft the barn and contents will amount to about t 3000 with no insurance Mr Henry Miller lives with Mrs Burrus and had no idea of rais ing any tobacco ths year sp the burning of the barn can not be attributed to nightriders On Saturday morgning Mulligans blood bounds were brought froth Lexington to the scene but were of no service as they failed to DeputvStateFlreMarshall city hrs made two trips tb the t locality ut course hejgitves out no information tlssald that he has secured a lot of evidence as to the bprning o the barn Deputy Sheriff Davenport also visited the place Bt rrtdsburg Herald H A Hair Dressing Nearly every one likes a fine hair qressing Something to make the hair more manageable to keep it ffrom being too rough or ffrjom splittfng at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood Wellfedhairwillbestrongand will remain where itbelongs on the head not on the comb The beat 1iul of a teBtimonial Void for over sixty years LJ ObYJ Ayer Co Lowell M1LAlio manufiCturor of A 9 SARSAPAILU PaLs lJeftC Struck By Lightning Mr Joseph Graham marfagen of the Lebanon Egg and Poultrvj company Campbellsville had a narrov escape Monday from death by lightning In the afternoon a storm cloudl arose and lightning struck the roof of the companys plant boring its way through in four different places and setting fire rto the building Mr Graham was sit ting at his dask iin the office when the bolt came He was severely shocked his eye glasses were thrown from hisface and the Jead pencil with which he was writing has not been found The wonder is that he is living to tefi the story I In another part of the buirding were a band of workmen who were not injured and who hurrir d to putout the flames thc lightning ioad started The damage was about 100 Mr Graiam3 friends here rejoice to know his life was spared Shim Enterprise A Grand FamHyJMedicine 1lt gives me pleasure tb speaka good word for Electrtc Bitters writes Mr Prank Conlan of No 436 Houston StlNew orkhIt s a grand tamily medicine for dyspepsia add liver complications while fo- r1aeckand weakldneysit cannot b4 too highly recomm6nded Elec trlc thtters gWate the digtive- ftlnionsf phc blood jUld mi- partrIenewed vigor thl vitality to the 1nd deutlitated of both tUaydon An AmericanH Settlement ent occurrence at the Volksopor at Vienna s re e zsi t that city nsUan American settlement The incident took pae IinmeuTately after the curtain hail fatten on the last scene of Hoffmanns E zahlungen The terror of the company Adoir Suss maim took offense at a slight criticis- moijiirpart ot Mr Simons the dil reCtuniu1 according to tub rep rt grossly insulted Simons in the pres ence of the whole company The mem1 bers of the chorus nol the stage em plo ees then fell upon the tenor gave him a thorough heating and then threw him off the stage ami out oCthethe ater Now contracts are broken and lawsuits p lltllnglhc Americans who read the account did mot recog nize in the settlement of the dispute anything particularly American A Royal Cigarettq actory The Turkish sultan said a tobac conist rtns for generations smoked the finest cigarettes In the world Cigo rqttes lIke his brought over here would cst quite 25 cents apiece In the royal pqlace there has been from time Imme morial a small cigarette factoryn light airy room a bale of exquisite to bacco one or two simple hand cutttiug machines a halt dozenl workmen of marveloifs skill IThre the cigarettes of tile sultan are turned out ahe best clgarette tobaccojcomes from Turkey ami the best ofttijit gpes to the sultau hundredweight feavcs Is rejected before a pound ufficleutly flue and flawless is found Jor royal useNew YofkjPress s EHandels Hymn Sir Frederick Bridge tells a gool story at the expense of the committee which drew UI the new Wesleyau hymn book the tiincjj for which ho edited Sir Frederick says It was an artful committee They submitted tot him a time which they declared was bY Handel It was so bad however that he sent It back with the in timation that if It were Included In the book every time It rendered ian del would turn In his grnve The com mittee submitted dt again this time with the promise that If only he would include It it should be marked to bo sung pldnlssimo so as not to disthrb- Handelr1ondou Globe Love andScasickneuI Like most siyccessful business ipen Mr Carnegie is not n sentimentalist Once a frlQiul was chafllug him about his boolcs hutl suggested that be should write a look of love poems Nonsense sniff the mliroualre- But you have begn in love persist ed the friend Yes dryly answered Sir Carnegl have of course lIla any other sano than been hi love I luve also been seaslfk but that is no reason why I should write a book about that unpleasant experieuce London JIA P A Startling Truth Professor Albert Bnshncll Hart pro tensor of American history at Harvard Is a man whose hobbles run alongside of his work Lntely he acquired a de sire for statistics and began seeking them with his accustomedt energy Ho thoImortnlleague Professor Grandgentr in the yard uddrtwsed hlui mournfuljf tIve been looking up mortality sa Vlstlcs Grandgehti nnd vimt ito you think A man 11aSevery time I breathe TippIncott8 f Health CoEfee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shcop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real jcoffet in it either Dr Snoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an axpertwho might drink it for coffee No 20 qr minutes tel1ouf oiling Made in aI byMcElroy ip Earl Q uu IIS Marion Circuit Court Circuit court was in session gIsine die Saturday afternoon after avID beeOm session the full four weeks of the term The following business ofiiinterest was transacted the last two days of the tterm Gorge Ray plead guilty to shooting into a passenger train and was sen enc dbY a jury to three years in the penitentiary ut haul labor The suit of George Miles ad min stratrix vs the L NR R Co for 5000 damages was dismifsed v hen called for trial a compromise having been pffec ted Miles was ana e4 negro who had been in the service of the company as a laborer for more than thirty veers and wa- sliild iotht yard hjr by being run over by a swit Jh engine a few months aeo Miles admrx as paid 1300 by the company An order was entered in the suit of Frank Corcoran vs M J Metcalf prohibiting the latter from engaging in actual manual labor in otenc ing tombstonesthkway In apdGreenpurchasedcity some time ago and the suit was brought to enfocce a part of the contract entered into at the time Enterprise Tnlqks It Sayatrflis life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letteruIthave used Dr Kings New Discovery many years forjcoughs and colds and I think it sav d my life I have found it a TjeUabl remedy for throat and lung co optettr andwould no mote be without a bottle tfra NIiVrould be without foodFor near y fOrTy years New Discovery has stood at the hea of throat and llung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia dnrf healer of weak lungs ithas no equal Sold under guarantee at Haidoh fbi ertsons drug store 50c and 8100 Tri ilI bottle free The Goal is Won ongress has achieved ihe- u9poseof its Procrustean efforts Thp goal tis won Th currency bill has escaped the fierce fill busterers and will now become a law Let no one quote theage enqrusted adage of the moun tain ttiiat brought forth a mouse The currency bill deserved to pass Ii was the most pertina ceous untuasbable bit of legislation thut has run the gauntlet of committees and filibusterers onlnli hereimayThe spectacular fight of Sena tor La Fo lete made ant interest ing finish fur the fight The Wisconsini Senator haat least the satisfaction or making a new record for oratory 6f i he long S1urDsr7Dr1 J I iiiksfJI ITTo the Members of the Burley I i i SocietyI Society recomilI I sell his Walre ISTrBecause our tobacco is selling rapidly we fiave to this date siattmarked prices 24000 hhds out ofthe 52000 hhds c I 3Oct3rdBecausetsIe 4thBecause the 1908 crop has bfeen eliminated beyond ottr hitliert ex itfO IIThis adjape pectation iis given to protect those who may not be informed rij 7I Exeditiye Board of the Burley Tobacco Society i CLARENCE LEBUS Prwidenti Ia i ti I winded kind But it was with ttejmbsisI effort to force Congress i1 doing something more than mij croscopicall research can find in the story of its legislative lnl1 rs we only regret that Jeff Davis did not Jgett to Washington in time to take his part in the wind upHewas summoned by La Pollette who knew his resources as a talker and it is said that he left LittleRock yesterday primed to make a speech lasting Tory eight hours That speech woufd hive been a wbnder It sa lost contribution to the tlstors of eloquence rhich we cat only imagine with the aid of sotme specimens of the Senators lurid languLore that have been printed fromJtim oubv Jl Herald WmsIBacklens Arnica Salve Torn Moore 01 Ru41 Route 1 Cochran Ga w ltesIf I had a had sore come on the Instep of my foot and could find nothing that would hea it until I applied Buck ens Ar ce1tlboxperfect cifre sold under a guaran tee at Haydonii Robertsons drug store The Rest Easy To cure dyspepsia First give away- yoiirPbaflu1disLSoInerviHe Journal You Never Can Tell Just exautly the cause of your rheu mzitiszn1but you know yon have it SnowIpain reduces the swelling and 1m1 thatISold by the Red Cross Drug Store n If Hyomei fails to cure your catarrhal trpubles the Red Cross DrugStore will return your money This shows their faith in its curative powers 4 I j j JWhoO I J 1i11t To form ylur opinions and keep in touch with the progress of the campaign you Will need first class news papers We bave matte a special arrangement whereby you cnn get the V t Daily CornierJournal 1 Ii Louisville OR Times t s 1ij 1 iI L 1For One Year for iiS Only 200 i NeisLeadertOiKri scar and Daily Herald I I toJNoY15For175 This gives you a live metropolitan paperithrough the campaign arid the election Order to day as sub rip Lion will start with issue of day order is received No hack numbers can be sent 4 This specIal campaign offer is in effect only during June july and August and no Subscriptions will be re ceived o the reduced rate aftr August 81 under any i I ie l CampaignRIchard Is said to be llr Bryans choice for chair man of the nntlonnl DemocnUId com mlttee in pie jent of ink latter neat Inaton formerly represented south DakotaiUjtiie Uuited States senate us- a Republican When South Dakota was admitted Into the Union In 18S9 Mr Pettigrew was one of the first two senators cho BicnAni F F rnoBrvr sen He was ree6cted In 1S95 When the silver Issue arose in 1S96 Senator Pettigrew left the Republican party and in the campaign of that year and 1900 supported Mr Bryan Senator Pettlgrew1 a native of Ver mont jind was graduated Iin law from the University of Wisconsin H6 weiit to Dakota as a laborer In the employ of the United States survey corps but in 1875 opcne1 a law office at Sioux UnltCt1Isenator served thrC terms as territorial delegate to congress He wlll he sixty years4 old next July jUptonj things wthrthc important nlrot one announcing a splendid new truth You must write like thisI tsorIItte boy AVashlugfon Star Nature has provided the stomach wtthcertahi natural fluids known as the digestives juices audit is through these juices That the food we eat is acted upon in such away air to pro duce th rich red blood that flows through the veinc of our body and thereby makes us stron healthy and robust and it Is the weakeping1 of these digestives Juices that distroys health It in oaf own fault if we dis troy out own health and yet it jIsso easy for any one to put the stomach out of order Wbel1 you need to take something take iLpromplly but take something you know is reliable Rompthing like Kodol For Dyspepsia and Indigestion Kodol is pleasant to take itls reliable and is guranteed to give relief It i sdld by the Red Crpse Drug Stor The Apple Cure Mark Twain in tho jcourse ot tho recent Pilgrims d1n In New york talked of hlspeL afcrslon Christian Science Chrlstlaii Science he saidtiryt minds ino of the apple curjfotdruBk u esa ilL litniulbat Insaffiy boyhood thep1ijs cUre was vZbigbly m rlngtheIIBelieve IUtf How can I ip bellevin In t thv knrd said excitedly Alntr euhd me gkt4- tImes r i tTpjBt6p2irany pain anywhere in 20 4mii1iesti8impl3r take just one of Dra SbO ojs Pink Pain Cablets Pain Means congeitlon blood preeure away from pain centers After that paln is gone Headatke Neuralgia- painful periods with Women fete get Lnstnt help 20 Tablets 25 v Soldby lied CrOSs DrugStcre 4 f1 sk 7t j i i r t t 1olS Uj c JI J tii1ill It f 4 f r Ptti s g t l I Want Corn t a The L xington Leader jMtys tlpv thongh much of this years corm crop is notyet all plant win t the lateness of the eon speculatprs have already ap pearel in Central Keiiocky miiC are buying up the 1906 crop li advance at a figure thatitfdicfitMt s thp ftrmers will bf4 ve wr iM to cOwplatn of lbj Ibwgprieat et ihis stapie this sear Thorof i35o a barrel Jeliytre as r gatJiering time tJ1iSJ IiisJ Iii l by these buyers whieb cordIng to a well known farmv- is requivalent to 3 W crib Contracts tai fieenr 0 closed with 1 nv farmers in some neigh for their 1908 dorn croj 2 50 qUJla ion ong prOmiioji I ob contracting to sell l- Obarrpls at thaTh stiILagooddegjof old comic this county as the dpei wimter did not require that so rnchje fed to stock Tni is qBoi a aV 3475 to 4 a barrel and i ivdeal has recently beet aoidUkt that price which ii kilhierthaa fi it has been lu thia weuxMm gor years Harrodsburg Herati i rl V Tlictesrms fttr5 7oj i ifchrQt1icover two hundred dollars nthiajdiam done menu much good as Dr Kiljpsit New Life Pills I copstie eier iAyscttei under guarantee at Haydo Ttob jertsons drug store 26c xj t I Kentucky Fair Ditii vThS fpllQWing are te a4s t fixed for holding theXetekiJt Pairs tar 1908 aEimrttWp Jt cl Stanford July 22 Siiaym V A Georgetown July 285 day Winchester Aust44Bauvllle August 5341 t JJLexington August 10i 1J3 Uniontown Augus1i5 y Burkesville AugustTh4days Bjroadhead Aiag ati2 4 ifaiyK J Springfield Aunwt 12 4iiijfi ShepherdgYille Auki448 i i4 days c Lawrenebirg Aust tSr If1L daysii O rQllJ Gallatia 0oi ii County FairTfcjAttd fA 194 d 1alsJi Vancebttrl Augst04ysEwing Aigaet O3 dyc rSqllbville Augut2544ays iLOItdOIi Augu 2 arzElabsthtown Aa2Sdays Bur i gtn A 4 Ge QIA Morgaaton4sotXf raar I1 JBarfown Se 14 d41 Fern Greek Sept lIJ lM UeelltSept 84Sj Hodgeuvilie 8e 8 Glaafeow Sp4 94 onsac troa4ceiij iitkes MM tinM mad ye plot oaly Ivacy M fid afcoot jEHItjt w aretlaE tkt- yoI5siOte4 s vfaL not to iPl r c fI aJWAwlMa ti atsach gss iii taeKoto1 n beacsapt- epertioa that I oIeN iIitope tg411lot pspsIa tioaersay Mo acb ku digis4 w fteds It isM4take It14r pleaaat tu take ltW oldiiere by tb ZajdCosePhriacy nILFRs lll NEWSREADER PDL1ID 1Y3Y ftroJdDf SPRINGFIELD KY 4 LDAVISO1 lr j figIPAT JUNK 4 1908 rri f q FIuru 1t t We are tit Jto an BOH flON xii 10gs aa cam lidate l t fotr toPidpe s JJOmthlsi tbt Pourtk Coriona1 Distrkt- I e ftubjectUa te the action of the JnocrtkParty l 1t FCHEV HERIFFfjWeur authorized to announce A C XimbKll as a candidate for the nomi l iI gtoiljlCol Can1Pbel1WlIltJ1derrltt partyc Depties H R Eddlewan Sam Hale G prfc Powell and Byron Croake ft t ACCORDING ttW sspecial from j Jsxmgion a deal iis about Lobe 1 mate for the sale of some of the pod 1906- crop Strange to1 rybt negotiations f01 the sale jYffre with the hated trust Phtpecial iw JB AsrEsu1tpf a i r a conference between F LToe t WttrOf thjs city manager of the Kentucky leaf department of the AmericanTobacco Company RKSlDithJ pew York man aging director atd a nun ber of f purchasing agerts of thel corn jjanyi the American Tobacco 4 G3mpirijj has concluded a deal with th sales committee cf the i1 Burley Tpbacca Society by which they will purchase im1 iieditttlyl 400000 poundsof 1he p7odid tobacco at tbQ regular prices fixed by to society This ptt rohare embraces all of th e pooled tobacco of the IQOGxjrop 4 4bellow the 1 4 grade Thepcoltd crp of 19Q6 above this grade Was not included In the purchase Jthe grliotiQn desiis it vk giVe indeSndenl manufactur7 rs anther chance to make pur hafoi supplying their atit Jbctbe ensuing year The cheapt tr grades of tobacco which wece aold by the deal today to the Arnerica Tobacco Company w haveb en in great demand by the ndepeddent manufacturers butta memQer of tbff eo e association said t today that the indepeD6nts hadr een given a fair cbanceat these grades and the society couH not afforsLto aoldl them 1ouiTgrs lfthe growers are becoming jhsis c te it for mpney i v j 1 U cii will maW icquiryit will be a revelation to yon how many suc j cugi tp kidueyjior bladder trouble in o elor11foranotb If the putl ventianot beyond medical aid FoleY v KidiJyCure will cure Itnuyer fla l apQih Sold bJ the RedJroEsDrugJ r store d j s To Stampede y f r t 1IThe1u1Jowingstoryjssentout f from Washiogton IhItnoy appears highly prqb t able thatadetrmined effort will be made tpstampede the Chicago conventipriihtQ ndmitfatipg the toldtJc1et Ecoseyelr and Fair- banksr Plans to bring about such a ji imp de are now believed tc be weU Pn foot ShreVd pulitician I t are expected to llabor Bard to jim preuppn the delegates tha t Traits election would be uncer i tolD and that the onl man vh 1Wcan be depended upon to wh hands down is Mr Roosevelt f Delegates wiiLbe old that Epose TJlt is equivalent to all insuranct I p licfr against Republc n dpfea1 k v aod tbe is tIe only mlan in the whole country who jean be re i lied uponto sweep the country for theEepublicatis fin addition to the twelve let ters which Senator Bourne his jj frpni delegteto the National hnventot whd say in waling they sfrfe gong to support Eoose velt1it isMeurtied from inside xsDurces that there areTibout for ty delegatest who aVe going to vote fur Roosevelt ajnajority whorri will be jrevailed uponlc give out interviews before the J convention meets declaring thaf Vt RoAeve1t is ti6 onty ruin in the f t 5j iarty whose election would Le f certain jFJ Hearing of the pahs of the ihird termersJsidenti Koose fi elt h s scoprcpnY a ht ftilieLt a redUtoe to tneinirH r i raddre W stt rg ini fdejause in thit State the effoit c to breakaway frornTaftitistruc L4 tions i oprt and u dd isg uised I4 A partVrthe plan to stam pde the National jConvention itooeevlt i JonAStew6rt presidenti of UMI league of Eo DUbliCit ClaW Of New Yc1k is out in a sit114nt declarindtiat jlJet lot8eill beif 7 4 j Il oflYc except these frpm Iweut PresjIdistricts would votaf pthe dent He says ths announce menfeJs Ute resuItof a careful canvass and declajcl re the coun trV demands thQ ren mination of the old ticketRotseve1t and Fairbanks v H Coupled withMr Eoosevelts nSmeas one of ithe two possible nominees for Vice Presidem l adds Mr Stewart u is that of VicePtesident Charles W Fair banks The dominant p efe- rneof the country iis undoubt dy Roosevelt and Fairbanks as he ticket 1ihat would over whelmingly defeat any ticket caroed by the Democrats 1 Mn Roosevelt is sull deter mined that no attempt shall be made to stampede the convention for him To head off this outbreak the Pfevident has written a friend J a West Virginia asking him to- oun lI the delegates to heed heir instructions He saysiimj4FF this letter ft No friend of mTne wiU vote fIir at Chicagoa A nan who is in perfect bealthogQJ hccando an honest days work when necessary has much for vhirh he1 ehould be thankful Mr L C Rod- geis f Qf Brancbton Pan writes thav t jicte was not only unable tb work but tie c3uldnt stoop Over to tie 4isJ OVU shoes Six bottles 6f FotcYiSl Kidney Cure made a pow man of him HesaysSnccess lo Koley Kidn0 Cure Sold bYJh Rect Cross rDrlug Store Maokvllla t Prr WvTi Barnette and Mr Will Arnld were vio Harrods burg Monday Mr OharlieTrenti of Willis burg and Mr Tommie Oolvul1 of tipringficL4 were here Suridrty Mr Tom Dunn assistant cashier of the Farmers Bitvisited his mother at Bryant vile tbpfirst of tbe week Mr Nat Thompson of Pleas ant Grove w sin town Monday Mrs Hart Etherinfflonf of Willisbungv visited her sister vlrs G H Hickersonlast week Misses Maggie Mae Wycoif spentFridayBeulah Arnold at Maml Mr James Isham ind1Ir B M Shewmakpr were in Bar rodsburg MondayH nvbusiness Mrs W T Ba neite visited her prrents1Mr and Mrs Jake Kimb rlin aAUSt MoIrav Mr John Janea of Virgpia formerly of Stanford Ky visi ted Miss Naorri Sweerey list Tuesday evening vt aDr Hi att pf Willisburg flras 4iee Wednesday 04Peoriai weekwith Mr Ma es mothprt Mrs G iH Hickerson liasYef turned home Messrs Walter Home JJo and Ji ho Wycoff attended the SpriugfiI4aighlastWednesday i Mr Evan Rogers apd wiffro 4in1Sundayoaj Mr B D Eiikf Springfield was here WednosJay J v Quite a number from thi II place attended lib decoratipn alt Willisburg lasts Tnursday iteifr noon j Mrs Eliza3rown who for the past mon h has been visitmts her son Mr If gn Boin sb Seymour Jnd has returned home accompanied by her gran d daughter Miss LucIe Brown Mr Earl CheaMiam atad sisjter Mis Nora attended church here Sunday Mrs Be tile Canary of Canaty- vhitedber sister Nrs MarJ n Sweeney Thursday Mrs R B HatenetJt and son Mr Charlie ot Lebanon spaht Sunday at the home of Dr W a Thompson Mr Parks of Danville was here here Wednesday Isbamltit1BeJimmie 1eter Attended the efn tertainraeiit gin by the giadtd i4stTuesdayMiss Kfzzie Harmon 6f Leba rSlIf1auliterMissBarn idsturg linursday pptJJMr Vernnn jbioyd of a visited rehuivtes lhere Saturday jMi1tj I j viited Mr Smiths mother at Burgin Saturaay and Sund Mss Bessie Sharp p Sblv1at who has been visiting her J aihpfr h3sreturt4iMrs JD Sweeneyv 1tiMrsr pent Sunday at the iiduie rld fof Mr GT a Bickersin j i 1he9bllStlafig Amorig thone who atJerdL- TqBpist i SunJay S hoof Eii stilbutefrdm ffdistancfcware h1 ilnltaYIScDr A l C Gravep CaptV A Oifu tti Mr Joe Est sJMr 4ad blLebatibuRChwrr Brady Miss Mary JpamrpV PAINPftla In the hcpatnJ anywhere wits ia Palulj conrcstlonp In is blood pre urenotblna- eb UUSUy At iast so n Dr Shoop and to ThLiabetti1edcoaxes blood pressure atmy from pain Mentors Itseffect Is chanalnir pleasingly dcllsbtfuLGcntly though safely it surelr equHiea the blood circu lation pressureIf Uie Jf you are sleoplea restless nervcus its blood rcongt10abioo fresure That surclYiscertainty for fl 55 HendDche Tablets itol distributethaBruise your finger and doesnt it set red and wall and paferyonT Of course it docs Its con j itTherepai1SInlWo sell at 25 cents U1d cheerfully recommend Dr Shpops Headache TabletsRED CROSS DRUGSTORE tent NU fella Campbell Miv James Royalty and laughier Mids yirgniY Mr J War SpripgfiedRev BtgeyTe of Alesson n Health Healthy kiduefiIter the inipur ties f oat thA boo and unless they itnp08siblfFolj d Hdjncysi and will positively cure all forms of kidney and bfddder diseas Itstrengthuns the whole eysteoi Sold b theBc4os afmr C 1r i niur9THL r News iis very scarce and Oi r letter will be very styprt tb is Svetfk wl1eacemetery Saturday Juiiv G h Brother Williams v preacH us a sermon at Hillsboro church Sunday at 3l olock and our unday ScbJolwiU bEta 2 oclock Everybody cordially iinvited Avery llarge crowd attended decoration at Racfcbridge Satur day f MRS Esther Coulter of Mu draugh Hill spent Friday ith A S Hiuestanfi wife t Will Cure ConSUmption AA Ferran Finch Aiwritac g Folds Honey and Tar is the best preparation for coughs colds an lang trouble I know that it has curtd cansumptio i inthefirst stages You ciever heart of any one using fpleys Honey ahdTar and not being satirfled sold by the Red GYois iruy Store jHardosfy Schoolhousc- Some of the farmers of this vicinity took advant eofJhe much needed rain that fell Fri daj and set put quite1a number IowngdyI LucyBullowwith Miss nnieVllllams and mother r Miss Tav Goodlett iis visiting tier sister Mrs W B Shirley of Httjsbug Mr Ivan CrOw wife and Hit IP sop who have resided in Ljui yule the past year spent sever dava lust week with Airs Crow parents Mr and Mis lJTrent tind left Tburscjay for Ilh maJtetheirThe Springfield bojys crossed SJmrdayrbetav roPoorto en Afte May anil TiVema WilL- iams of Mt ZJiVnJ fipbnL severa da s last we kvrhtPlr grand mother Mpsi Mol ie Williams Pealh invaded duriranks May IattllJgly tllriIiI1Ejtihy of many friettds in th euruesttrmh may kop them through tins life and finally bring them tto tlrfq1anY mansion above She leaves a liubaud and two smallchildren t6mourn her loss if Vittli Point rhe most deliCrtle partof aJ bnby IK Jta bowels Every allnjent that it su ffcVa with attaoks the bowels al soendridperitiir tin nibst case the life tor LbflhaIit2iL Uae4 Bby iUxir Ctt ve s dinrrhda dyaenUry vnnd ah doiaMgemeiits of the stomach orj bowc SUjd by thfe Ud Orbss Drug Sbrc j Hilly Valley t tHelNEWSritngfrom here Mrs Tom Cties er is sick Mr add Mrs W A Boith ard children attnded church in Springfield Sunday Robt Montgomery lost a fine olt last week 1 f Jerry Smith of Burg n w- htri Sunday Sanford VWiiewas the goest of A SmitliJaSt week 1ohanrin rgiiiafliiA nvflen tt thIday yCon plantrfrg will be finisbfd tbs week V T Mrs JJranfcMQptjgornery visi tecthcr mbther last week rJ Dig cutsc ttleGtshliJllf srni crtitchesi 9s brulses or big bnes are licato1 uteicly by DeWiuV Witch Hazel Salvo It is especially good forpilca Bi sure to get BeWlttte- rSold by the Red Cross Drugre iT Tick Cr eelt1v Ij E Anderson cut a fine bee trepnne day last wekand got- wiI paidfor his trouble bob nrhohey and stings El vm thinks tue bees are bad but Han Th mpson thinM E the ball her lets sling beats the bee sting tS lie was badyttiing by them a feydsago and hdS bepn suI fering roma bad case of heart trouble ever since Franlf Uuydeh has moved his family from1 Fern Hill to his fatiierin laws Woodsou Ydnkey near Texas iiSam ogs i 28QlbsJohn Raney of Fenwick and MissNanniQ Hiltcn Of this place Weletne uesS of i iss Ella White fepuse near Texas SUD say Dick Shewmalte bought a calf pf Jj M Anderson for 520 Shaivntn Thompson of Fen tjvyiclf and Harry haydonj of this lace Htiended services at Beth tAl Sunday night- Schuyer Bowies sold 42 fat hogs to Case Brady at 4 95 per cjvt 1iT G Stutnph and wife from near Springfield spent Sunda with Sfr S umphani family Sam Rowesold id bu corn to Henry Lawrence aU5 bushel to Porter Smith at 90c per busheL George Bugg andL Man eviJle La wi ence Attended church at Mackville Sunday I George Good and family of Stewart visited B F Bugg yuri day S T Stumph and daughterb- Sadieattended the decoration at Rock Bridge Saturday Jake Young of Jensontop was the guest of Henry Lawrence last Sunday Kennedys Laxatvie Cough Syrup is the one that childrcn like so well to take as it tastes nearly as good as maple sugarl Jt is different from the others us it does not constipate but ohthe other hand it acts gently yet freely on the bowels and thereby it systemitFair View Most all our farmers tie done panting coin and SOmE few have set out tobacco Note 9utngr neil wife attended the decoati n at Wil- lisJSSU1veriofSpring1 father ant jitter ai this place Mrs Ja Iruax and daughter thifeekJ Mr Efijah Farris wife and wo children Mr Ed Yocum vife and two children Mr Fred v3he itham wife and daughter Seo Moul Sara Yocum and Mrs Fanny Lyddane attend Bridge3Iltulda Mr In B Carney and family visited at tie ome of Afr John iCays SundavI Rev Robertson will preach at Jfew Hope aturdayandSuiiday- Mr art4y Piukston was buried it Mt Zion Tuesdaylit Ben4fIateyJesty dlfii wife and Jiuimie lh sser dined at the home oj L D Carney Sunday L Mr Jas Royalty and son Granville was in our midst Monday MOORfiSVILLE LMrS Vvil Eddieman had a mare ligntninglridMr Edd Ybtura and family and Mr Sam Ypicam vvereamunp those who a tanded the d cora nofl at R ckbric e Saturday Mrs Fannie Huston and three itte daughters and MisS Carrie Puliiam of Chaplin visiieu Mrs P J Sweene lasr week iMr Will CUll visited his brother Mr James Cull of near bioonrfield last Thursday and Friday Mr W O Ellis of VVpodlawn visited Mr T H Hardin and family lastWednesday Dr Hyait Qf Springfield was calleduure Sunday to see little Alarguerite Boblitt who has betn ill of appendicitis for sev orul weelis spendingtbewguest off friends v Several from here a tendf d tilt nil day metstUg at Mill GrtfcV Sunday Mrs Edd Mayfield and dauyh tr Mary Lou of Frtder cks to In Mr Riciiard Smith und t uJlftt of Rinlfrtl r Mr Pinllj rl tJuotit and wife of Springfield wAre guests of Mr Jeff Smith and family Sunday MrjT D Sweenev will not grbcjat his corn mill any mor- e1OJgThYyalldOtteSl AND fButf OrphiDpjis iTWQof the best and most pop lnr breeds Bred fronatbe very best strains A EggsS 1 Ptrd1 t- Satisfaction guaranteed i- Mrs O R CLEMENj rr No S SpringfieldrKy Phone 175 2 borts 1 long untU the Ptcond Saturday in JuneMrs Edd BooTttvand c ildren of Bar d S tow n still continue the guests of her parents WIS Goode has for sale 26X ewes with lambs Lost A baby slipper heW en RobejtMattinglvst mall it to Mrs LulieMattngiy- R F F D i box 79 I WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence The item of 1000 in the sundry civil bill reported to congress to pn11 for the removal of the remains of Major Pierre Charles LEnfant to Washington and the erection of a suit able meinorial over his grave recalls ihe career of an eccontric and interest personage LEnfant came to ling with Lafayette entered Ute American army and shortly be amda captain of engineers reaching before the conclusion of the war the rank of major To him is given the credit of devising the magnificent plan of the city of Washington Original Capitol Plan Faulty The original plan of the capitol was designed by Dr Thornton andal though It vas pronounced by Mr Latrobe to be one of the finest designs of inodcrn tliulis It proved so faulty nnd impmcticnble in detail that a commit tee of congress called upon Benjamin H Latrobe to help to straighten thlugi out Mr Latrobe had been appointed surveyor of the public buildings in Washington and experienced such dif ficulty iu Healing with Dr Thornton that he resigned But the president would hot incept his resignation anti he received authority to complete the capitoL About tills time namely in 180G Latrobe wrote In his Journal as follows Picture of Famine Daily through the city stnllft the picture of famine LEufant and his ogThe plan of the city Is probably his though others claim U This slngu jiar man of whom If Is not known whether he was ever educated to his profession or not has the courage t undertake any public work that might be offered to him He has not succeed cd In any but wasr always bonest nil is now miserably poor HejjigI too proud tore thc any a 1ice antIIt- Is t very doubtful 114 wliatlmuer lie subsists fWhere LEnfant Died After Latrobe saw LEufaatinWtfsh Ingtou looking like a picture of tam ine LEnfant was offered the place of professor of engineering at West Point Military academy but declined 1L He was a frequent visitor at ChJUlum mncouilty and there be was cared for In his last ill ness lie was burled there In the fam fly graveyard A Farseeing Genius Latrobfe seemed to have no doubt that the plan of the city of Washing ton was made by LEnfant and in thisI day it Is accepted as a historical tact That plan establishes the genius of LEnfant It seems beybnd belief that ln the very infancy of ute republic 9 min could havcj looked forward with prophetic eye and designed a city ibich1 can be suitable only as the capital of a great and opulent country It was deIsigned for Just such a city as it grown to namely a city of hasI denceSand public buildings For a business or commercial city the streets arctbo wide aiid tIle design unsuitable But ns a capital city nnd a residence city with the resources of the whole country to help It it is difficult to see how the design could be Improved For the first half centnry of Its life the plan of Washington was greatly lldli culed as inappropriate To a town of Its InslguIUcant size Its brQ1dstreebi wcrfc unpnvod and were alternately storms of bllndlrt dust qt deep In mud It Was called In derision the City of MugiIHtn nt tlstnnpc r But Washing ton hits now jrnnvii up toltIhu antI Justified the USlKuer It Is entirely fitting thnt th asoea of the man whose genius aofoiipll hwi so much should repose In the city Iw crcatcjL NevOapitol Bronzes rt ill ronz U o Tm grace the main west cntninco of thQ cnpltol At the presuii there are three large broiiXe doors In the structure The fourth wlllcomplcto the series The one nont the east main en trance represents the discovery of Amerlcit those at thy senate and house entrances the Amcrlcwu Revolution ort the forming of the nation and the new doors will represent the apotheosis of AmerIcaits development In the arts byLouiswero the work of several years The plaster cnStl ls now ready for the final bronze to be made wbohaveclare that the doors are of n very high order and that they will be one of the most Interesting features of the capitol They will tell the story In bronze of the progress of the country Apotheosis of America- In the elaborate transom the sculptor hns summed up the idea of the apoth costs of Amcgfca The transom pjme shows a figure representIng Amcrlcnf seated In n chariot drawn by lions ttypical of strength led by a child slg ulryiug the superiority of intellectual over brute force At the sides of the chariot are figures representing the scholar architecture literature paint lug music sculpture mining com merce and Industryt Scenes on the bldea In the eight panels four oh each sldft of the doors proper are scenes depict tug jurisprudence science nItt mining agriculture iron and electricity en gineering and naval architecture and7 commerce On the sides of each panel are statuettes of famous AraeriqdW At tho corners 6f the panels are small round medallions of other famous Americans who have added to the growth of the country Ort one side Qfthe transom panel stands Thomas Jefferson writer of the Declaration of Independence and on the other sldtf Benjamin Franklin one of the leaders in Americas develop meat CARL 80HOFIBLD Creosote For Fencepo ti Fen eposts of many kinds of cheap doItwentyIsole according to the Forest grrk trost of the so cHed jinferlor woods Such as cottQnwood ashen willow aye amore low grade pines and some of the gums are well adaptI to thl treatment When properly treated these tfoega outlast untr te4 cedar JKloak t I FOt THE HOUSEWIFE Packing Away Clothrs Still better than campb r according to a physician in packing away Clothes Is an ounce bottle of chloro tkin with a split cork so that the fumes may gradually evaporate Putr trnoklIThese mustIopening t trunk- All clothing should be put away as pocketIof dresses and shields from under the arms A few bits of charcoal wrapped amongtbeIclothing will prevent the unpleasant odor that Isoften noticed whenthe air has been excluded for some tlM IFor Tired Eyes Eyes which smart from the wind or overwork will be helped by a wash of 125 grams of rosewater arid folir grams of powdered alum combined with he white of an egg The mixture Is applied nud permitted to dry on the eyes When removed In a brief tJma11 swelling and redness will have disappeared Another relief Is to bathe them hi lukewarm salted watbr to which may also be added a small quantity of boric acid The application should be vre peated each night and morning until all trouble has disappeared r Potato Soup Take five potatoes and cut into dice shapes also one leek and a stalk of celery cut up smalL Put these into three pints of water and cook Next take a quarter of a pound of bacon cut up into small bits put into frying pan with one onion cut up small and fry these together until Jl nIce brownTneo put bacon and all into pot where pota toes leek and celery are cooking Season with salt find pepper and cook un UI pIe tender This is enough for six peo PanI the In genious plan of combining two pans In one forming a double pan as showjl In the accompanying illustration Every housewife will realize the advantage lot this combination especially when cooking upon a gas stove Twovegeta I1OUDLB COOKING PAN be cooked in the om ont gas Jet thereb economizing to the amount of gas used The outer pan provides a receptacle for one vegetable while the inner pan which is arranged within the outei pan can be utilized for another Prevent Discoloration of In the treatment tHere is extensive dtSco SkinI skin if olive oil Is applied bIng the discoloration will quickly disappear Absorbent cotton may be soak ed inthe oil and applied to the bruised spot Boric acid should be applied where the skin Is Broken A brulst which is treated in this manner ma be removed In a few hours especlall If the oil be applied warm i ispots oh Clothing A convenient cleaner for use oiI clothes may be made of cheeseclotl fashioned into a bag three lo her square Fill the bag with 5 cents worth of soap bark and sew up end When wanted for use place the bag ft a batm of warm water and use as r sponge on the article to be cleaned wiping with a dry clotfi After using dry the bag and It will be ready for another tme No Ctudon His Colonel Browns on eightyfour years old but still erect and vigorous was riding leisurely hptneward on his bay mare Kit when he was overtaken by a man residing In the next township wltlt whom ho had a slight acquaint- anCe and they fell into conversation- I nave Just been down to the coun ty seat said the other 0n what I suppose yOu would say is a foolish errand Inasmuch as I have lived where I am for thirtyseven years and near ly everybody within forty miles of Alerts kaows me I have been proving ap my dtle Your title Yes Aiid ef me tell you colonel you had better look up ourk You never caoTtell what limy happen tltleair4mnjeiticaltyI son who bad never Owned an acre of lOunlltn kLJ lIfe r won Lt sir In the Mexlcait nYoullis Com pan tnt usC Whey For PigS nl1lt ti cxp Imrnts fit IJanish crt ueitf tit Vow thJv exI of daorvhe TOI Braraor mill chceiu are cqtutl to a pound of grain fjr pig feeding ora poundof TUImmUk equals two pounds of whey In rqeding value Experiments at the VJsfcoii9ln station show a higher teed Inl value for whey ns It contains more fat and casein than that used abroad A suitable reed may be made by mix lug together equal parts shorts grouud oats bran and cornmeal mnde Info a moist 8tte Just thick enough to pour tell Whey is then fed in same way os skhnmilk or may be freely mixed with clher f d9tuffs Pride of Washington OR Springfield Choice Manufactured byI if W1 Jtrboc it Co BarWtf payhifptat irksb price for grain If you want tht Ftsk FLOUR uk Jour I for r ii- 1RI SHULTZ JW i I SHDLTZ S BIEffiL LttII Plummers Tinners and Dealers iin t IrdWareJStov and rinware a f fi i timetoget t 7Jhave bestgifcliPIowS oithe I have just received a new II t utR 1 IRangesI sf Garden Hoe Lawn Mowers IIRefrigerators Water Coolers SSITWe make speciality of Plumbing and Tin I RoofingContracts TT a sss H AtHertleinr j You can get leis Cream ia Sundaes every toothsome Cakes and Candies J Meals and at most any tim All kinds Soil unlulS 0 i iii FOR CANDY Gpmft see dur KATIE Bro L Cloaks Suits Waists Sorts lepartMBts 1m Pi Ydsi- Du Gee4 Ceteei DOM Gem N WMsIekwa tMIIM Ketkae Tiswag P1His aM- sPariii1ii 4itIieewsekr7 aMXLtIMitwsitj ImM7wMztlIt K ete l ennar Bte xrn Carpets Braptriet and Furniturt the I iIIL of and Hae HERfLEIN Tkkat T FOR MAIL ORDER CUSTOMERS ONLY Sale 4s c e et = rdr cIUTI Week I6tf Suit Cases for 7L15A suit case will hard abuse It is inade of imitation Alligator It constructed with brass locks and will wear satisfactorily A Great lar mt J 1 WlhtlletStPM LOIVUh1jXY FREESag wH t Is 8 tMk asa aIpssi They a JMiIoMI saaskISiSSbSSSC r COL JOHN I Darjc bat 158 hands tine fyTe speed and action r Fiv yearS old This colt is a son pf the great Onward Silver for merly owned bt J L DrUietiqf Bardstown and winner of the Transylvania takes atLfxing l ton and with a record of a mile in 2 06i and two miles in 428i Onward Silver was r21d fotf 21000 And wastaken to Italy Onward Silver istOn ufOs ward 3 141 iecorU2 Joi and the stre of tine perfcprmen with recod4 of Irpn 2G5 to 2 10 and the sire df thddams of 13 with records of 214 awd better Onward is a spnof George Wilkw 222and out of SyjlyizMai4 by Aberdeen sire of KeBtuckV Union 207J Col John IS darn iik Kate Kate Hundley sirel by Nabotb 1wnesHtimbleoni10H4lIU broUetrj tpRtenna Vicdria daw dt ta did 219 and Jriiios4on 2 t Riena Vicfexfia ol4 fec H8CQ M jMcrrausalej I 180114 Oi Nehl- yad of Worr12tI Gins Verrnoit sire QJoIaMr if Or1i rWe handle the Vtry beMbranii of Tools and have a variety Now jg i v Garden Toolsl 3fakafl6eSpadeeet t We the rnarket IWe I a I re and dayFreShl sI Lunches NOVELTIF and s 1 that stank is well t Dri sub Dr0HSTrIE1i r LI ft aji tMs1 a- lssisIIIt raTJIIIIr I 1II4tuwTJeI6Ir TIaasusJSffU vSiaMuNsI PJIu JlII 4 M16a i 4223 and dantt of 13 in1 23O tw bitter alab irof tbe 4ssfGbettWiIkes 2i94SetEyelet 206i Getaet44 ti04- Lottiei Lrir2QIl edtiso five others b rhalItIO Tfiird date Missv hGarrard Chief Coll John X wilt ip4I IMa t presentS uoaai +rt 15 T cI UIi JI rtlii Tordkcoi tr In blck JhMk 15 I hsnd11s bcmratict mMiBifc Feis Dwiuc jP rroUa Jc hi i by I e etrs Jack it bjCk f Hcf W o4hs ii putpf jMJo tl br oY error a1ii4Lr Tdsi cLt Hawk Bo vocI4Jrbrt- idin Be Itt r terttoa at P rcIr twf aN RVltSdD 1Is174s2i mite AH of pt14 OIl Iltt 8priog ekl I m th4pv4 6IW ud PwrJ1IIe p1I Ey cve wit1tsissoM aoIdbsmtbsjspouiMs ebosid sij1er- Loft J t esaU co uiIl u paW sad d tc4bsId or Tb1uU eluwhei iS It R EDELEN tS j 7 r N T 0 t d f tIDL6T BURTON IDNTDEMT1ST fXTBAiJTED 6 RAINct J c tJi pMapi fpnfQ lthntol WciStrictly 1 J FiritclmM 7i QRJ 1 AJ U E 1 lid Surgeon 1 7 cbours8to9h1n1 Ito2 pmM Oifc orer Haydons Drugstore thUIi flfcrfe Oteri Heuse f i e fII rhwN EwResidence No 38t WFGRIGSBY ATTQRNEYATLAWb SPRINGFIELD KY vIHv III W HYATT DrUx It SfAULDlNG tftl 8 over Rfd Cross lru Store Office hours Hyatt 10 30 = mto 12 4 4 to 5 pm t1Io pauldng 2 tloj 4 pTm and all t I JO N YMAS fraFUNERAl UIHECfOR AAID LICENSED EMBALMER 0IS D TELEPHONE J Y NJI74 1i SERINGFIELn KY Heuw TwCOnf cflouery aLt Drinks Ice Cream arid Soda Watert Titebeittandt freshest of Jaes andJruits f always on hand Main Street nest tp WalllIcirlpjotel i f i Leon Allen l i J E Shelby Breeder Jof cersey Hogs yt i r ianiboolbng orders now s for Spring pigs v rB FD f r Springfieldi Ky l tt r1IOi1ace6 Too Stopi We Invite our Washington andi Nelson cpuntyirierids when in Lou svilje and looking tfof Jl1 jplacaTto stop to call on us WaI fv have severali J Kjcelj Fnrnislied Rooms whicLive win let for Iqdgers fO1 a short or long sttfy ait rsopb- lerat9s located on th9Norttvwest corI ner of Seventh and Market Sts Irvine Whii- sattrJohEdelen1 v IIt t 5SAYS ii1t t Hes themanto see when inttj 1 tteedof the foilqrinff ti 1 I Grain Cradle au Garrlaf Tnmmingi I Or a first 1 class I laM I UGGL t I Saws of all descriptions d xd tt tSeA specialty qf good work S t t v WWard o DJer6buTJ reI1D rriiei JTbitr s tkcertify that lhave fced Orhw tivrFtultl Syrtfp for cWotdc csupatlorJ dUh1I jMrpye4a WthdSt a doubt to be at tcptctkzi rtmij for ttbJe Iro W Mi Ht Js wlvh jpleaure I offer iJ1c MMtoI ipti0uft reference Sold bitt R Cr DpKStor Loftkat W ip iit campaign offfr of the LuiitleTt 8 six month and NcwsLjeader one yearOr f TOW T11 vtv iwjI j of Interestt1 The Freshest and latest I boutiYturfteir FHe ds I and Acquaintances fII4 t NPumpkinseedatJ ArShaders PdRr SALE Two sets single harnessione s rdoublQ harnEsst j Go W LYONa JSweiet cider digesta coco kola and all thrs9f thinks at J AtShaders J ijf ypjrrneed ajtiikfid of ma clalnery br ebjgines see N GJ Mlhki Go to Leachman 4c Campbell e liirniture men for hammocks lawn and porch chairs and sei tees Toe Springfield ba ebajl cltb n a game fromBardstown On he latiers grounds Tuesday by a corof6t4 Pre ltte Ito shutout the flies screening jour house Leach mn Campbell carry a full line of door and window screens at prices that will sell them WkNTEDTo buy Oak anJ Beech Lumber will pay highest prices Have lor sale Oak and Beach Flooring Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech Sor Woodland Ave Louisville Ky1L Mr Fred Mabn and Miss Agnes Mouser c a young couple om Marion county were taroried in the county clerks office on last Thursday The groom ason of Mr Jessie Mann a former citizen of this county There is no excuse fOr one not k deepingevents We make some remark bly cheat offers of the Louis ule daily papers ia connection ft1h the N w Leader Seead on the first page of this issue St Marys ball team won both games of a doubles header the Springfields at High Scbeol1Parrou last Thursday afternoon The games we e in teresting but the visitors out played the home teamand won f o ntheirmerits Messrs BenvF and Tohn F Simms sold to Thomas Cross of NeWYork 40p head of fat CHttl trwhichtillery The battlei averaged about 1150 pounds and were sbld at 610 per hundred The same 4ftrtips also sold last week20 head wInch were slopped at Jim Beams at S6 1 Circuit court will probably veryJulldess was transacted Only a few Commonwealth vases o Ie tlteqThei Si finfd75 and costs for shipping liquor into this place from an othtr point in the state The gand jury w ill probably adjourn bday f r The Bisters of St Catherine of Sienna Acanemy extend a cordial invitation to the Alumnae of the institution to be pres nt- a4their eighty sixth annual Oommenceraent on the morning flI Juue slxtenthat nine thirty oclock After the Commence 4entheusulbanquetilrhesredand election of officers will be held Alumnae from a distance will be expected on the evenlng of th flfteentfi The prizes for the winners at the late Slate Bpwhng Tourna ment held in Louisville and in whfch the Springfield team took part have been announced Waters and Smith finishedfifth tL C ro C We l j jUih havetT deterrpinin and correcting any y and all defects of visionno L matter the nature eof your case J Cif your Glasses do not suit you A perfectly caU onus 4 3 We Fit Any EyeT jl That Responds= i gi I Tonight j You are Invited to calL We delight x In showing our methods T and equipment C CiTHElJlE RUSSELL Spfingfield Kv rtP CLprsbtrc TOPICS I in the two men vents and re- wardeda a prize of 600 Allen fjfcd Campbell finished 27th in the same eVent and were awarded prieofStO0Miss ret Spalding en peopIei llist Monday evening in a mostidelightful manner The enter tainment was in honor of the Y ung lady visitors Miss Ida CjharTes C rroUof Louisville and Miss Eula Wathen of Bards toVn Junction Among those present were Miss Carrol of Louisville Miss Wathen of BKrdstown Junction and Misses FJaget Simms Stella Simms MedleyMessrs Wjathen Simms win F Simms Oilie Barber John Polin Frank Wnllett Will Waters Hood Cun ni 0nghamRemarkable Case jMr John Snider the well known old cijizan of the Valley perhapsly1sth record Mr Snider is 74 years olil and several years agog he made the discovery that his pulse beats were remarkably low Efe was examined by physicians who pronounced it a serIous case f lieart trouble His pulse only recorded 26 beats to the minute Physiciaisprescribed strychnine and nitroglycerine treatment and boltl Mr Snider that his heart wobld cease to beat before many ays The old gentleman took the medicine and his pulse con- tInued to beatthe 26 per minute without anyiiincrease or falling off las a result After taking the monthsMrii away ands gqing about his busi ness ayparen ly as well as any man of isis nge Doctors who navfe been consulted agree that- blsiis the most remarkable pulse nprmaVpuseb Ii RussellFoster ilbe marriage of Miss Emily i Birjl r FusiP Henaessy iin the parlor of the zecory Wednesday evening at ejigbt oclock Mr Leo Haydon aindlMr Hoop Cunningham were the attendants Hearts and Flowers ws played by Mrs JGwih Marks with vioin ac companiment by Mr Marks during the ceremony The parlor was prettily deco rated in potted plants and flow rsand palms and ferns were banked in the by window form iing a background before whichi the bridal party toodI The bride was attired in a gown I 0 o caz cac 1 tiJ CC tti i Teeth extracted I DANGER but withii t Nq charges t lareAbb WORK i Done in this office iis firstclass adiiVeS I IIw Sprlijifleld ceaI Ky j of Copenhagen blue with hatlo j match and carried a bouquet of white roses and hilies QJthelalI leyi tied Wi h streamers Immediately after the cere mony Mr and Mrs Foster left to take the train at Lebanon for a trip and will bex gone about a week fThedaughter of Mr and Mjrs Ed M Russell and is an unusually at traciive young woman Mr FosterS the son of Mrs Amanda liost rand is connected with tbe First National Bank and iis a young man of tinqi busi ness attainments and has a host friends in thexiommunity PERaNA j Mr James F Fairleigh of Louisville is here this week to represent the Cumberland Tele Cuina case in cdurtpone Mrs John Off utt of BloomjieUl isi vsitinjg her parents Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke Miss Ida Charles Carroll of LouisvIlle isa guestof Miss Flaget Simms Mrs Robert Watson of Cre cent EfillJs visiting Mrs Walter E Leachman 1 W I IIRobertson Clifford Roberts and Hugh Lee Smith all well known young men about town fefCTRfemtmiing fui the great sbuthwfest to seek then fortune Their first point of landing iis to be Dalhart Texas anairom here they may go to other points The I boys lleave full of hope and their many friends in Springfield will be glad to see each one return a millionaire State Fire Marshal W F Ntikirk spent fcjunday with bit family here The many friends of Mr Will Leachman will regret to learn thathe is quite ill with typhoid fever Mrs M E Durrett and twos os Morrie and Joseph spent a fow days with friends at Bloom- fi d this Week Mrs R H McElroy and d ughter Miss Annie spent aturdaYin Lou sville Mr and Mrs Joseph Wilson aid daughtero Lebanon visi ted Mrs Hugh Stifes Sunday ProV Sta lard and Miss Sue Ray spent Saturday and Sundayat Fairfic Id Miss Willie McMillan spent RED BAND BRANDCANDY lOc P R- LBForSgIurdyF AND FOR CASH v WE OFFER 17 lbs granulated Sugar for 1 00 l J1 gil bucket Sugar Glen Molasses1 i 75 1 di zen nice Lemonstz 15 6 bars Big Dealor Red Wrapper Soap y 25 7 bars Lenox Soap t 2 Impound Milk Can Fine BhendedCoffee 1 00 I Krn can Royal DakWIPowder f 45 3lbsFancy Head Ricev on 25 X 35c can Cut Asparagus 7 I 30 1 large can Blackberries i vv i 15 tl 30c bottle Olives i Jj 25 120c bottle Olives l 15 3 cansextra good Corn n 25 a l0e cans Sniders Pork and Beans f 25 2 cans Chunk Pine Apple jl v 25 HOW ABOUT THAT FREEZER We were asking you about awhile back Dont you need a new one If you do if costs you noising to see ours and let us tell you its merits It is one of the best MpPTRfiV OC J uJtljiJJiiIl Tiy3r W ONVIg uvruar 1 rn 2 III 2 2I 14 II 4dttdpdpt T f BARGAIN SKIRT ANO WAIT SALE Beginning June 15th to the I andUnderwearALL MILLINERY = Will be clef d out at less than cost k JUNEIS to 20 I WILLIAMS J 1 l attieJBrtJwn oid was bere last week Mr and Mrs Robert Graham of Louisville were weejr end visitors of Mrs Elizabeth Gra ham Mr Russell Cheschier of Louisville visited friendsThere over Sunday Miss Hadgie Brown spenj last week In Louisville Miss Ida McClure returned to per home at High Grove last Thursday alter spending the winter wilh her uncle Mr J H McClure and tbaching1d the Graded SChOOl Prof and Mrs Gedisge Colvin Mr WP Gtigsby Mr Marshal Duncan TX Kesrierarid Miitees Florence Lyne and Francis Msar t l corationtatRockbridgejt Mrs Lydia Warner of Lexington i is visitipg her niece MrsAmanda Foster Mrs Warner posIsessesed She uses glasses onlywnen reading or sewing tand her hear iing is oerfect Mrs J J McCabe and Miss Carrie Eaelen spent Sunday in Louisville Miss Trill VanArsdale haS hreturnedat Columbus Ohio Little John Graham Noe cam with her and will spend the summer with his grandparents Mrs WE Leachman entertained at euchre last Mondayr afternoon in bar orbf her guest Mrs Robert Watspn1 Mrs The Campbell was host ess at euchre Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs W E Leach mans gurst Mrs Robert Wat son Miss Flaget Simms entertained the 500 club Monday afternoon in honor of her guests Misses Eulalia Wathen and Ida Charles Carroll Misses Louise Wathen arind Nell Putnam of Lebanon were guests of Miss yimms for the party tf Miss Louise Medley was hostess to the 500 club Tuesdayafter noon with Miss Carroll and Miss Wathen as honor guosts Mtss Nellie Greens gave a 500 party Wednesday morning In honor of Misses Wathen aTJd Carrol I Mrs W F Qrigsby was hostess to the United Daughter of Confederacy yesterday after noon a Miss Elise Durrett has re neUincixlDati Mrs Will Morrow of Louisville Sl is visiting relatives heretMIss Fannie Wall returnedI from Columbus Ga Friday alter an extended visit with fridnds Miss LizzieLeachman of Leb anon visited her brother W T Leachraan last Friday aMrQaberly who spent the latter rfpart of last week as Quests of Mri tL N ONan camping andI Itfishing onRolling Fork returnedI to Louisville Monday Dr S J Smock and Mrs Smock spent Sunday in Louisville Mrs Janie Willett is visiting her son Mr J Ilvine imsettini Louisville Wool Wanted Higest cash prices paid for wo9l Will receive at points to s ltthe farmer GIBBS MCOLURE MAYES 4c Springfieldi Ey Buggies Painted 1 1 am prepared to paint bug giesv and carriages in first class stjl priDg on your buggi a- saIiflguarantee satisfacuo At thicdasey shop V BUD POPE 1 DECORATION DAY J AT ROCKBRIDGE With simple 3 et sincere cere1 monies Decoration day was ob serveda Rockbridge last Satur day The old soldiers fewerin number than usual and growing fewer every yeir and several hundred people strewed the graves of the soldiers buried there with flowers and songs and speeches marked the day After a song and praver service inthe church the old veter anf twentyfour iO number fell iinto line and two by two marched into the cemetery fol- lowerl by a procession of chil dren each bearing a flag and fldwerSr At each comrades grave they halted awl with un tothedren and prayer by Chaplain Crouch After covering the graves with flowers dinner was erved on the ground The bounteous hospitality of North Washingtn people made at easy to serye the hundreds present Wh n dinuer Hart been eryed theIsp young latHes recited patriotic selections in an excellent manner jvinping the applause of the old soldiers who to having lost their youth aye lost nbl mgpf their gallan try Appropriate lna l5quentt speeches were made by W ft Grigsby Joe Poltn A M Dun c nRVSt Hill and Hatchett and George Colvin One of the mpst attuactive features of the days rp btSquireIts worth a trip any day to hear chetn sing r vfe feel confident that nowheie are the decoration services more sincere tbeiroSsimplicity than out there in the beautiful hills of Washington county More soldiers enI3tsd from jNorth Washington county eryhomeholding sacred the memories of their dead is personal as well as patriotic All honor to the old heroes in blue or gray Tbe present can do np less than ley erence them and if the future shall furnish such men the flag shall not lack defenders JOT the nation glory In Memory MrsdLula Willett Deaths sad angel has visited a hqme and carried with it a loving wife and mo her AJife of truth and beauy her value to the world tgreahatband and little children but the whole community in which she lived has lost a loving friend the frqha true Christian Her hom life was bfeautifal teaching br Uttle ones by exam ole rarher than by precept how tto livo instilling into their young hearts Jlove of right above all faitbrulplotherhas I id it is broken up Oh bow hard to realize that that familiar fform will be seen there no moreithat bright eyeis closed in death tthpf kind motherly voice is hushed she was an example for all ever mindful of her duties ready to sacrificed tier ownpleas ures for her husband and chil dren and was nippiest when she mado them happy t She was a kind neighbor and at most gener our friend Shewas loved admired for her amiable and andI erous disposition he wasa source of edification to all who partook ofjthehospitality nf that home We all indeed have sustained a great loss but to anothers gain Weep not for ber dear husband and little ones for she is hofj dead but peacefully sleeping landWherespokenYouhandAndWPM 4j DeWitti LJItle Early uSfct the famous lltile liver pills are wW by I theBed Cro g Ph rmcy 2 r ir i 11 J r1 Speciall l I 1 PRICEtITI T h I I IfI III k s J l I This stock contains some mighfy nice t and Sateen Petticoats Silk aid IISilkingerie Waists Voile and Pan ama Skirts StylishIJackets Splendid line of usI1RJ Underwear Kimonas h IDressI I c 1 can save Money in buying thentj IIYou t Goods Iliitft fioodfeL Ernbricderles1Laces1 SPECIALSI II For Fi ay andSSturdiy Ladies Summer Vest 9c Each 47llSoaplSc 1 Mennens Talcum 15c v Hoosier Cotton 5c v t f rl IJiiSeethe bargains Wear offering iin I ClothingandShoesTlie I W f R bertsonC aJ1frooke Co1f I INCORPOUATLD r Z Ifrtt u 8 t LLABIESW1EARtS I 1 rII We have just received a beautiful line of Ladies Shirt Waists a fine atW sortment at Right Pricesa JA r I SHIRT+ T TAISms C jf j c t f 1 i t t At 75t to 600 f LadiesShirtWaistSuits well trimmed L and ot good style 3 to 6 Th td goods were boughtlate and at price i 3 which will enable us to dispose of them iJ Special Orive1L i 4 ir Forth next f10 days we wIll mak a j f x spepial drive on Lawns and Wftlte i jT Goods s We have sohie beautiful pat r terns and inspection v t NDfa l IcIHTthE i ti F J FACTS IN FEW LINES Italy leads the nations of the world iIn the matter 6f theaters The bono frame ot the average whule weighs about fortjflve tons The exposltloq being arranged for 1912 at Tokyo will cover 202 acres The army of Torah king of Etklo pia consisted of 1000000 men and 30Q chariots of war For the convenience of motorists- COmpletc photographic outfits are fur tilshed with all the essential chemic als in tabloid form The detithyoC the St Lawrence be tween Montreal and Quebec originally ten f6et has been Increased by dredgi ing to thirty feet at a cost of 10000 000FAmong xtho curious liisects af the Malay peninsula Is one callrd the Ian tern fly which is remarkable rorlIts sudden leaps made without the aid of wings f The avfcrage cost of supplying 1000 000 gallons of water based qg the re port of twenty two citlc5fi4Iit This sum Includes onccatlag ypelneK anti interest on bJirtls Niagara falls Is so bM utlful der stroqg IJIvmhiatlon tta pcrK oea installatfcn ota series of b tterUM costing fiOOOO is to be ifect MIs Popular Mcch itlclf Outside of Buenos Airt there are Live cities In Argentina With a poput tloa of 50000 or eryJc Tncumlit III 4 Lzia 5 e i 1it03000 La Plata 800 0f lUiiarK IK I 000 L jrFropi the figures which hy fri r been published ot the cinifag- Xovember k9laSt it M rttt ttet J 1 has a populatloB tt 2WLSIcrease of nearly WN fMr pisi cedlngyearwMme Hoally HTM the tfMr toy lag a herring at the r Lh tScfcoedr whea a s hltiW Lj lhard That KHMthiac jwrwt W fc fring set with twi bmp4L was afterward rateed at ab 1 The experiments b flft J In Madras PreeMeaey a M Is encouraging Tile MM4 was MIM j t- IK Japaa aa4 the IOU and ettMlK 1 proved well ilapted tor tt f haik TH cjuaa rpfvurt comes from Cream V aIiI IIiREIEBY TI IILIlUEiI FAfl ThIN1 wa c sseaTiSUS I r c t L v THE NElilZSL = D1= R I g t Death Cry on the Wire 1 c 1Irt1li H SlstersSuItorJIresFwe r ShotsIntheAIr 1 ttil and1 I i ithiSlxthtlnto HIS r Brain k r IJ cet1yemeMan7SS rf fflio Ii xtutberer = J ffrfu 01M otIkIng w1tha gIrt iirSJ tt mIt t t t i 1cunttI11Ieve It y nm gonto t i r r l t J T11Cll 11 i or usitandlnJ bti telepone In her home 1QW loma yivanlaavenuenortlive5tWnsli ofj was an unwilling listener tot yf 8l the most spectacular suicides thatJwre occurred In that city 1i ittPtfcer end of tile wire Edward JUiajfa who conducted a saloon at 101 H trecti southeast pressed a re I r vaiver to bif temple and after firing t f lye pfcts In t1euIr sent the last bullet tJ r crashing tlirough his brain the horri jJikl ttlelHr witness of the tragedy heir i1 1Ji1 nfterI k r Lows Clean Out Tenement ttTwo Gung Jerseys Cause a Hoboken House as They trA IGak UpstairsGet Breakfast and Are 2tGnJ I Finally lid Away by Police r L f ill Togay ybung Jersey cows with a taste ioi stair climbing and a deep l Tooted aversionl for the slaughter house raised all Idnds of a rumpus Inn big double tenement at 552 Kewark street Hobolcen 4 V The pair broke awajr from their tmastersf wlio were driving them to the i abattoir and took refuge on the second t lloor ot the tenement It took Ilt combined efforts of t all the school = children of the neighborhood a com it t puny of firemen and tbn police reserves to get them pOll II A farmer from out Secaucus N JV 2 Iway Vas drlvjng his herd of tehcows i along Newark street when the trouble t begin At the head of the procession iwns a young thigg hardly more than yc a heifer trotting nlnngslde a matronly 7 fvBossy ofseveral summers Thfrpairliad J 1 been docile and phlegmatic through 1 i SUDDENLY BEGAN rrO CA i I otit their Jjourneynnd the farmer could I hardly believe his eyes when they snd denly began to cavort They did however with a vcpge- v ance Without any warning the fnwJJ jcorcd youngster let out one moo J tO hop skip nail Jump and was galloping off down the street with tthe matron at her heels The widedpors c ot 532 attracted them and w1111e the farmer was still tongue tied with amazement the two had turned into 1hcJcnementwith a giddy flourish of if their tails and ydthout stopping to t wipe their feefon the doormat They cluttered right on upstairs and halfway up jnet half a doken little girls on their wisy to Bchopl The girls rcrxamedrud fled before the unusual Visitors It toOk Just about ten sec t 0onds for whole building g tln a turmoil The fussand nonsense setthe two cows to mooujj J The farmer arrived breathtess tf llnd the two skittish animals knbcklng on the of the front basement iSO Boss panted the fprmer But the cows only floarhhed theIr6 f Because the students of heIvausas I town for dissection in toe J clashes toe people of the city have ap z plied to the stat authorities for us- slstance They demand that toe state furnish the eats to the university and itliat cats be sent to the school that are- inotifamtly pets and are not considered tt r valuable + TJe city of r iwrence has been made almost destitute Of cats and kittens c V dur1ngthe lust few weersIx h n a ne l for dlssectfon lathet I r Riddle Wjtfi Answer t Wbei nrst ijiy ijialicr tarmaC me fri bit t T 3Sa gave me eyes yet et taa dark and t t vt tlS A m3pUi yetnclUjfr voice nor tongue to l tell rrw rm usod if rJsbi yet ltIcs oft through I see r mL fintje cry that followed fatal shot William E Barber nephew of Tay lor who Jlvud with his uncle was in an adjqlning rponi In the H street lhouses He rushed into the ball the first shot Taylor heard him ing find before be could gay a was coifiinanded to return to the room Taylor told his nephew that If he entered the room be would be hot After the sixth shot had beenVflred hole in his brain The mans deed is thought to have resulted from jealousy He bad been courting Miss Georgius since last 4U Rust and although the two had had minor quarrels none was of a serldus nature 1 r Turmoil lit k a ood Firemen and i front lkn the ti t llsantI as the door opened changed Into theT front room A screaming wpi man fled to the tire escape a yard or two ahead of them It afn world of seconds for the firemen directly across the street to roll tbn stiil alarm and come rushing up the flrei escape and into the hallway But thelrred shirts only made mutters worse The Innocent cows that had never done an unladylike thing in their lives suddenly saw blood and wept crazy They dashed nbout the tene men t 14a mad riot upsetting chairs and the breakfast dishes anti dis- jerslngthe flremen In short order Tntrefractory animals presently quieted down and with the arrival of tile ponce reserves things began to look brighter A couucir of war was held There were very few of the neighbors childVn n flremen or police THEY OUT J door zoology Uho ku i can and the fanner was nsfnrally chosen as lender ffthe iIoIIjet jup try nloTie he nald lIe enteredl to lilii the fawn colored Iflfer ehlIrI a hitterof breakfast food Cr the floor After some per they balked Well I rumj he exclalmpd Turii enl aronrcl pnssestcd npe Ucipau They here turned but to no PUTv se lucy simply went on chewing the fud of tIle breakfast food and refused to descend The crowd clucked and wlils tied and the farmer said So Boss but 1I11injvam t rJirlght Idea of blindfolding the inl- inals frhe honor was clalilu by iev cnii hundred persons BnCat aiyite tip itlelri Worked and tV tows vnlked- wut bltiidfplded as If they bad never Students Chase rOf CatsjRjR jRtTn stcaJ1ngjlaUthe jjitjieatsrs mind bllndSwluouLLXYlthtfugh fou9dh1s OfloJnlililk ltl1Chfdlwat ijnpossihleto narrOWwu zooJog COM dtirla ili rprlng teim Ilerctojfore It has ne f Ihon posaibh1 to get enough cats for the clasp wjrlt r1ftrcr t r1 rslxtj cats5and enough cuts allowed him to give him two hollijhys leach week until the end cf the itrm tuITinjjTruat ao ju luintt or tuis coffee dear Hubby Well er what sort of pre WIth1toKnnsnsCfty Light and Airy 1 foggy SapnrAu I am vapped In my own dcuih thorglits Silas TabaeoGrnlaus Hog gy arcnf yon afraid you will catch 1 ptdI t i f f tiv t 9vvtt OOOOOO a Jt A New prlcaiH woman was thinIk 1 I Bcaue she idtd- t not extract sufficfent =mpriiluiunt fro i Jitr food tI L stook Scotts Emtifoion r5heJIa ALL KUJGGIST3 aHc AM tM q P H5H+ 009tQl S4 OPPORTUNJTIESvIN THE EAST 1i In a coiyzerantiou Svhlch the wrirer bed recently with a3 former reslden M- tjetnte or New orkft who at present in the employ of the United ftest government the latter expressdf as his very decldod Opinion that with teal estate pronerty ellIng d t pre cnt prices In the easte state- sUre was vastly better oppbrtinity t there for the home seeker wlro Iwns willing to take up the fruit and flalry business or farming on a small ale thnA in any other part of thS country In reply to the question Itt were not possible to make good money on thev farms referred to he cited the case of the old home farm of thirtyseven acres llIn New York state eighteen acres of which were some tweutyifiyc years ago set to orchard During the past ton years this tract of ground bzw given a return equal to 10 per ceit on a valuation of 1COO per acre So much confluence has this gentleman in the possibilities to be found in east ru weeksrengotcollege of tU country togo back hme and buy more land adjoining the home farm for the purpose 1ot putting lout more apple trees Of course it goesv without saying that many portions of the section of the country referred to are not suited to orchard growing but there would seem tobe opportunity for going late poultry or dairying as- a substitute uiid whIle the return1 would hardy be as large as In the case referred to it is fair to assume that there wourd be a safe margin of profit A PROMIsING NEW APPLE CS G Patten of Charles City la who Is today recognized as one of the lead lug horticulturists of the country and who won the Wilder medal at the Jamestown exposition for displaying tba largest number of valuable vane ties pC apples Originated by an exhib itor has on his grounds a few trees of a new winter variety the Silas Wilson an apple of excellent quality c which he has great hopes as ir hardy variety one that will be hardy in trunk and limb and particularly suited to climatic conditions found In the turihern cen tr5i1states5The apple In question Is n seedllngof the Ben Davis being pro duced from apples grown In an orchard In Vhlch rows of the Jonathan alternated with the Bn Dav s In appeqr lance the new applemore like its triBesmallerty which is but slightly Inferior to the Jonathan which Is recognized as the standari of excellence t among japplc gVowers Mr Patten Is propagating the SPas Wilon as rapidly as possible and hopes to be able to put the young tree on the market in the not distant future With a fine guallty and the much desired red color ability to jstand the severe winters of the nordern states is the only requisite needed to akrtlie new apple a boon to all north era apple growers = DEJ LPCANTING OF COR- NtWre the corn land Isll and mellow and the planter wheels sink to a considerable depth it Is a very easy matter tQ get the seed corn in deeper than is really Intended When the weather Is pry and this loosenes of soil continues until the seed has germ Ited and has come out of the ground lts being put In deep does not matter much but If heavy rains conic on the planter tracks fill up and the earth packs down before the corn comes through the ground a pretty serious condition exists and one that Isiqnlte likely to materially reduce the stand Because of the possibility that such conditions may ensue It Is well to seejjJ to it that the corn Is planted sO that It will note more than three inches deep after the field has been given a thor ough dragging and the planter tracks have been leveled upJA REASON FOR FANCY PRICES It Is well for the eastern fruit grower to keep In mind that whLc UK Hood river valley apples fetch aLc1 twice or three times the price of the best New York fruit the grower gives the orchard in which these apples are grown a care and attention that Is pricenlsacres and seldom more than twenty and this tract of land he gives almost continuous cultivation and spraying At picking tlmethe fruit is all hand picked In the exact meaning of the term and each Individual apple is wrapped as carefully as are tbe lemons and oranges of California The exer else of every possible precaution cou pled with the marketing of only the most perfect frulj insures a top notch price whichr gives a generous reward for the seasons work i HOW FAR APART In setting out the trees about the home where their mission Is that of ornament and shade rather than for windbreak purposes It Is a quite nat ural mistake to put them too near to getheras it Is difficult to Imagine how wide they will spread with the growth of a dozen years The elms should not be Set closer than thirty feet ns Is true also of the hard and soft maple Awhile the ash box elder hackberry and similar small and slow growing varle ties may be planted at n distance orI twent3five fet from each other course the trees of any of these vane ties amy be set twice as thick as Itis intended they should finally stand In l lonebefolehr malformed as I result of growing iloo close together Weak women should tryDr Shoops Night Cure Thes soothing Healing antiseptic suppositories jji direct to the seat ot these weakness Mv Book No 4 for Women containsSfy many valuable hints to women antI it is tree Ask Dr Shoop Racine Wisto mall it Ask the Doctor iq1 strictest confidence any questions you wish answered Dr Shoops Night pre tIs sold byl The Red Cross Drrtjr Store rBJghedd fs of two kinds conc t and the bi head that comes from a sick head iche hoes yojir headreyer feel like a jourd andypur braiifeel loose ands rs You can cure it in no time by acting on your jiver with Ballards Herbiue Isnt it worth trying for the aosolute and certain relief youll Drugtore I ollRC1STLERI ORRESPQNDECC 5OLIC1TED If m lit canu and utensil are valid 0ioroiiglily and scaldeJ last without nibxeiuent wiping they will be inucli freer from contamination by bacteria than If scalded and wljqd dry with rag The 1300 pound draft hovse at three years out chn alVuys be counted oil by the horse raiser an safe and profitabU proposition Diirhic tlm past few year such an unlinal liiik been wortli 10 to 12 rents ller pound DI The heifer calf thatU intended fo dairy uffe should not beNflycn too fat tening a ration Oats gnisa and mlk with a scant ration of shelled cprn will furnish about what slie needs fo her proper development Some btie who has tried It says tliai Iftlour of sulphur Is mixed liberally wtli the setnl corn In th planter bo the cutworn3 will not touch the corn so treated It Is certainly an easyaiiC inexpensive recipe and at least worth trjJng The colt that Is halter broken at the start and trained and handled as he grows not only makes a much more tractable horse at three years old but also one that will fetch n considerably higher price on the market because of this very fact f1Vhmi the flock of liens Is confined at close range and no green food is available cut green stuff preferably lawn cuttings should be given to them In generous allowance every day or two The greediness with which they devour It not only shows that they relish but that their systems need it A proper combination of spade and elbow grease will make the worms working In the earth In the hen yard available for eonsmnptlmi as animal food The liens will not only be better of for the CoatI which they get tlms but tim chap who worlds the spade handle wlH get exercise thaJMEJHrtifi him cood Ueufnscjjnot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the dJsHsed portion of the ear There Is only offe way to cure deaft cFnstitutionalicmedies i inflamed con itioi of the mucous lin ngoftlie E istachian Tube When this tube is iuflafled you have a rum bling sound of inperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the i inflama tion can be taken out and ibis tube re stored to its normal condition hearing will 2be distroyed forever nine caucciy9atarrhwhich cou1IItiopWe will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catS rhtbat cannot b cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for ct oulars free F J CHBXEV COJ Toledo O Sold by Druggists 5cISTake Hal a Family Pills for Consti pation p Where a decent amount of prelimi nary road workjand priding has been done roads jean be kept hi fair shape If no other Implement la used than broad tired ivagons for hauling produce to market These tend to mash lumps of dirt fill the ruts and pack tle earth down so that it wilt shed water in first class shape when it rains A good many munl lpalltles plate a tentforwho framed these ordinances had to puttup with milk tint tested loss than the above per cant In their coffee anti on their outilCt1n good deal moro vigor would be manifested in the prose cution of violators of the regulation A New York farmer In the use of common as a cure for scours In method of preparing reporJsucceSM take a tablesoonful with the etshel1 yolk It back in tjie and shell far back in the mouth of the af fll ted calf Another cUre for the atIton nl1n in the milk ration IIf the slugi start to work on tlw currant and oosebQrry biujheK they may be dusted with powdered white hellebore or the snme may ie applied as fi spraj made by mixing one ounce of the chemical In two gallons of water Paris green Is also Affective and may be applied In the form of dust using one pound of the poison to twen ty pqunds of flour If the dust spray fs used it Is best to apply it when the dew is on the leaves One of the thoughts that come to a visitor to the Grand Canyon of thoCol orado Is of toe enormous length of time that must have been consumed In tie geological formation of the gantic shapes anti depth of rock found In places there ni4 toe eons of yeari following that were tequlred In the hanaforiiat l of what is cupposed to have been the iod of an Immense lake ut rfi rlvpf valley In which flowin- gatrIinsut channel In places 0000 foot dup Cure Hemorriiafjes of the Luns Several years tince my lungs were so badly ffectctthat I had many hemorrhages ritss A M Ake of Wood Ind I took treat men witkseveral physicians withut any benefit I tmln started to take lIart f ec ommcnd It in advauced stage pt BoyiTara l u1tifrom tsold H fjh t You s femaIB iJdone by proper use of the i araur nome Treatment Begirt by taking Treat Wineof Carduli IItheweIIknownfemaIe tonic For sate atall drugstores n iiienpourJoe1Moorhe cf Archibald ITWrItes My wife haduffered foryear from fms tioi Oja adVice I her the Cardutgave Home Treatment and no shtalurd1y suffers at alLII Sold W ruaW I logo JRITE US A LETTER The Dissolving Penny Most magicians start by learning parlor tricks to work on their friends Here isone that any boy can perform This one isj called the dissolving penny Go to ome glazier and have him cut out a circular piece of glass exactly the size of a penny Hide this glass penny up your4sleeve Fill a tumbler with water and ask for a handkerchief arid a penny Take the finndkerchlef shake It in the air This action hclpsou bring the glass out of your sleeve into your hand Allow the handkerchief iocovr ar your hnud to keep the glass penny Hidden fthen pretend to shove the real ueuiiy up under the handkerchief stead you drop it down your sleeve and push the glass one up Let some one hold the handkerchief with this In It while you push the tumbler of Water under the nose ends of the Ivindkcr fhlcf Tclli the person to let go the penny and the glass falls Into tim thin bIer ilake a few passes over the tumbler tud then remove the haudker hlef to let the spectators see the penny has been dissolved Then on your Any back to the table let the penny in your sleeve slip into your hand findtfr ten to take it from the tumbler J Rainy pay Game An Imaginary jonruey whl amuse children on a rainy day and is sonic thing easily accomplished IPfrst pro vide each child with a book made of brown wrapping paper These books may be mule quickly by folding a number of thicknesses of the paper and stitching them down the center on Jj1c machine then cutting this big book Into aa many smaller ones as may be needed Bring from their hiding places old catalogues and mug azlnes Jelling the children they are about toHtnrton a play Journey Let thejjxjeui out plcturesot trunks anjUpaste these in tlielr books flrst A7tcr that let them hunt1 through the catalogues for articles to JprJtl hr their trunks pasting thes ibelpw the trunks Trains and boats may then be addtd utah hotels and pretty scenery indeed until the children are tired a great variety of ideas may be carried but The Hairs of Your Head Two teats of enumeration have al ways been considered Impossible One Is tq count thistars In the heavens and the other to count the hairs on your head But it seems they are no longer Impossible The astronomers by mapping out the sky and assigning different parts to different observers hvn counted the visible stars almost with accuracy and now some one has Invented a pair of scales that will weigh a single human hair and by using that weight as a unit it is possible to tell hqw many hairs any one has The way of It Is this When a persons head has been shaved one hair is weighed then the whole crop Is weighed the total weight being divided munyIthere NeVsS Dangerous Water Water the tamest of liquids is loved by many Sonnv love to bathe and swim in ItS refreshing depthst others love to drift Idly along on its placid bosom Its uses are manlfolb It fur nishes enipoymenfto 1hous nds Yet It Is more dangerous under certain con dltlcna than dynamite More earth and more rock are broken and crushe In one day by water than air the gun cotton guuyowder and dynamite do In l a year i h exploscgUle under hu- manI control but water can Jbe harnessed by man and still be beyond mans control exIpanda and splits the oll into little hujrrocking It asunder If frozen In the pores of a tree it often exp1odestlth a r6 port mien gunshot and the force of a dynamite bomb Thck With an Eggshell ttHere is a good trick to 1e done with an empty eggshell Illp ont the bof torn of the pocket In your coat Drop the eggshell kilo the pocket sothntlt goes on through into the Imhig Ac jChlentally lean against the tabfe while talking and smash the eggshell The audience will bear It and think you have broken the egg In your pocket Then turn the pocket wrong side out and show them that there is nothing there at all Yon can have still more fun with this trick by dropping four or five empty eggshells In the pocket Taka off the coatmid smash the eggs with a hammer AH you have to do then is to turn the pocket wrong side outand ShOW the spectators that It Is perfectly empty and free from crushed eggs The SThe capital of HaguIdren know is do theyrknov haw by that tname TJe Dutch brat Is S Jravouhaag which means utl10 counts he ge or grove It appears to owe ItsI origin tothe tact that it was formerly rnotllandof the fintc general and Is often used In lieu of the onntry Itself i KILL THE COWHAND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNOw I fOR cgEIsP1uc i free AND LL THROAT AND LUHfiTfiOUQLES JORJ J Write Illustrated f MiIc Ladies TbeCiattncoa J p I Jl t A tag from a lOjrcent piece will FULL laIu IJt A tag from a 5ccnt piece wnicount HALF value atb 4j t f rjI J f ff A TOBACCO j iY oii i 7 J f 1 kwith valuable tags l ridK 1 1 rI 4 t t i fJ c Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER c TW1STS Iit MastrW4ma Sa1hrsPrId HlrHShH hy JT Psk 1 r S Hutl Old HKtyEaMiis iii Fr w BlHkBlar OWPuk J JsIyTar IdIs LI Tmipsmq iY Couponzfromf t f L MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PIcNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYALirazil Smoking GiLT EDGE PraziciugI t i Yellow Strips from BUSTER t i I Tags from the abovebrands aregcfod the fO1IOW1Ig iiiil ipiir lliiir t tiuseMprsentsassh6wnbycatalogS thh Gold CuffButtons5O Tags Fountain Pen 100 Tags English Steel Razor 50 Tags Gentlemans Watch 200 Tegs J Sbears75Tags Many merchants supplied themselves with presents with whicB jtto redeem If youcannot haveyoiir redeemed at home writ 1 us for catalog fj It jit1PREMIUM DEPARTMENT i lJ VITHE AMERICAN TOBACCaCO Louis oe J kJ 4t J t Ambassador Reids Daughterto Wed Miss Jean Reid whose engagement to the Hon Hubert Ward miff announced Is toe only daugh ter of Whitelaw Held United States ambassador England Since the ap pointment of Whitelaw Reid to the court Of St James Miss Jean Reid has been a notable figure in thewnnid London society On several occasions she has been reported eugagefl to ran ous English noblemen including Lord Brooke the heir of toe Earl of wick and Lord AcheSon arII The Hon John Hubert Word Is brother of the Earl of Dudley and n lj equerry In waiting to the king IVt P MISS JUAN BID was lioru In 1870 anti saw service In SouthAfrica during the Boer war lIe was mentioned in dispatches untla medal was conferred on him was appointed assistant private Secretary to the war oflice In tOOl and received his appointment as kiugH equerr In 100U He bus no chance of succeeding to his brothers title inns much as the Carl of Dudley has a large family The joiing man nrecelvthl a legacy of 500wo wheu lie became of age a his foitutit has been Increased sHice then by other logucies St To Clean Carpets Use two ounces eich ofsqlsoKila and dsfSOhCtlsot water Let stand until cool l then add f two ouijces of feulphurlo ether Scni thev Ousted carpet on the floor wltli tIle frru t Id1ld vjpc rywIMi a cliaij clj i itig in am clean nidbshta thi carpet oll Finger Nail The finest of mn LotionIby puttihg t in a cupful of warm This re moves most stains front toe fingers and nulls and loosens the cutlclo more sat Isfactorlly than cafl done by the use of a sharp instrumept Make Windows Shine Into onehalf pint bottle put two ta blespoons of whiting and till the bottle with ammonia Shake well Take a cotton cloth an rub on wfndbvs Let stand five minutes tliehi polish with n flannel cloth and the wIndow will shine JrJ 1Tol a ball pf soft paper dampened Ilittlepaper When your appetite is poojy use Miona stomach tablots The Red Cross X tug Store soils them at 50 cents a box Money returned if they do not create good natural appetite today forafree copyof jjaluable64p5ge Boot forWose es sMAdvice Address describe yoor synstoms statIng are reply be sent ltt plus ss4pdspsAdvisory Det 1edIdn tAo Cha T Sf count 0 fr 1J r for SHe French Briar PipeSO Tags Leather po eke tb oo 80 Tags Steel Carving Set 200 Tags 1 Best Steell t t JUtlM j have 7 tags tabs St M John recently ol tid cistn il be sbft slightly end r TTOooooo do W The Safest arid OuickestWay to Jrici Trans1 Money i t f 4 BY 0 St4 ittr f 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