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V7ll IHi U r aFf ikii ir 111 1 ii j Lit 4 II t fEW EEYOL XVI NO 25 j j SPRINGFIELD WASHINOTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE Ii 1909 i ili Hf i I4 i a 1F TRUSTY i PRACTICAL pNTIST1 r etcyerkaYI GII 1 fHri IMW irorkatr goptblftprice i iriJ t l2 IPBINGJmtJDXY- r J a tEcJOflI i fLD eaty st of i JTM Cto Comty mile cottth ssMC JMuciffto Jt wiles fro 4ssvu m Bardttowc brack 01 Lsskyu1cln Nashville iuilrodF ili L flWiKal ajtfricttUttral district iirtBaaks te1egrapuItelepkone Jour- mill lumberU M efFeee71Ms Po4ieatio 1700 poptiatoof sosty iSGOS zpre tatiTelCernu Hen B M J kaoa Brdstewa Ky r PcMtatiYe ll11CeatacJc Legi 8 arc Mon W G McChord 1pcscistatiYe inState SeateHon yTJarvii CaMbeltsvUe KY i r4 uity PiYN CIRCUITCOURT- CkciIt Curt HC1tk fourth- ryiaYI1g OcoJJy 1IFebn J K Tkiiran Jdg J L L Dmriuiat Commonwealth At i si 11at LNoe C1d ISat G 55 eMC I QUARTERN JUpLT Quarterly Court UlTeMmire third W y ikt ek oLitiei Jmdfe jp f I gItl s AGaty Cwirt meet on tbefdurth jiCewtaylk ech tk yJdre 8tt iLLi v wri1 B oker Ccttritr Clerk T L KaywCottaty Attorneyit U wgeGittlettJailer3 Si S MeyO kourae Skeriff t Jk ae 8OI1JcWckIshaia UrbrtLd1ernftn ept4 iMastrsI f ameF Moore County Surreycr siJI V T Sfitcfaeli Deputy JteWrf Noe Treasurer f OorIilDe tMoMtgoery W lash Sapt of5 Common Iia PO SprlngfiWdSt o CITY COURT J i Vtl Noe Police tjidge t JokraceIMara1 W rrJgby City Attorney 5S tUSTICE COUxI f Jkbt1ceCoIrtS are held ffJanuar3ra J 1 I htrc 11 Directory tr f 4BOIISTCUURCaif i Rev ta S jKlu Pastor I Bet iylceJ tvlr Suuday JU aLaui pjn SSuniayb0oifesSuudayat1Oam prayer 4iig every Wednda agkt 4 LTATEOLICCHIIRB Rev Hen Oe3Sa ator Sei 1dwe Sunday at 8 and 10 oclocV E mi OS rices at St Rose same hour i f FJUBWYTEBIAK CHURCH ftfcv W EC Lawson Pastor rlthevery Sunday at 11 am- a tiM1 S m4 Sunday school every tJdafHrl0 am Prsyci u till evening at 7 ofr41Ty Th1dY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev mar i80rt Wi1Uamb Pastor SISPr aibgeverv Sunday at t ani ad j5r Sunday School every I n j5aK a rn Prayer meeting- ytryT iwiSiy evening at 745 ocJpclt a j 1UCHRISTIAN CHUPCH tRev W mWolf Pastor jr icSs itrstafiourth Sunday Sunday tH n r tCz l4i FrattnalUrders MA3XI MIMX SpriugiJcio lode3Q eetirtand third Mouday fach wntgS5wasktnt A sChapter1No S7 eeta everyssend Tnfeday T jr pige1dCisuci lJof2 inet1 r Iervt lrtkMdayYi 71f K5TI G ITS OfTMX J4ACAEHES Meet 41 o A1Clfl IQ j 4SI D Yermifage THE WUUX- TEEIlORMr EIEDY I t T9MC ttTATtOH 1ioftLV tlmto Coa r M9 RED CROSS DRUG ST9RE 0 i wr r r = ITT TIH1 NI3WSffLEADI3J 41 r I ORSERVATIONS r 4wiwIklb4SbiAIiSwbl Say It Now Speak5the kind word do the kind Ere the years have onward spe actI Give the Kll the love and sunshine White Im living1 not when Tell me I have madelife brighter By theloving words lv said Tell mevi have cheered and helped yburj t While Ini living not when dead Ott the way is rough antflbnely And my wounded heart has bled Cheer ine when the way is dre ry Love tae now not when Im dead In the grave there is no heartache Well forget whefce sorrows led Speak some words of hope and comfort While Im living not when dead Tell thc Ive been true and faithful Tell me now ere life is fled In thegrave I can not hear you Sayit now not when Im dead Mrs MJ Fultz in Everywhere T AKING UP Recent legis jJ lation by the State andI Nalicnal Rovernments looking to the preservation of our forests makes it evident that the people have begiita to realize f that they have not on y to look to the timber supply for posterity but for them seives and while this awakening s somewhat late in comiug it is IClbelJer late than tfejer The 1906 sjnssion of the Kentucky Legislature enacted a laW pro viding for the State Board of AgrIculture Forestry and Immi ration The State Board hsu- cceeded in getting the cooper ation of the United States Forest Service in the study of forest conditions of the State A thorough inyestigation of forest conditions ii5sjn progress and when completed Kentucky willI hava an excellent inventory ofj ts lumber resources The manner in vhich the forestry indicates7 that the people of the State realize that the ultimate solution of the impending timber scarcity must depend largely up howlrjmber resources are ban- dIed Istands to reason that if vounKtreeslare destroyed there will Soon be no timber supply It proper attention is given to forestry the present condition of tI irs can In half a century be m teria lybetteredI t t p7LEANUPThe Mayor of VlVcbe Uity of Springfield has issued a notice to the citizens of the town to cut the weeds aiound their premises and remove all debris This notice should not only be read by every citizen of the city but practiced as well In order to maintain the citys wonted neat appearance andS preserve the general health i necessary that matters of this nature should receive attention Now that the attention of the citizens lids oeen called to this condition of affairs all should promptly proc td to H clean up for in some placea the weeds are indeed an eyesore The city officials are very diligent Jn looking after the sanitary condiT tiqns of the town and deserve to have their efforts iudoised by a hearty cooperation of the town public t tttIt iNPARDONABLEThe rc inl done some damage to the turnpikes because of the fact that in some places the water has been turn ed from the ditches into the middle of the road Notwith standing the fact that the ditches were properly opened a few months ago so that all wate r f would I6ei carrIed off the roads they have in a few months many obstructions to divert the flood from tbse channels into thenpikes A little observation while traveling our roads willi reveal the fact thai this iis caused byRa careless neglectful and deatriictiye public Tre c ure trimmed and the brus Sl thrown into the ditches to accu mnlate3irt thus forcing th wAter to flow inothe road catising more damage in Cine hour thafl th years money on vtbe section will repair More of brush is carried by the water to the nearest culvert wheA it lodges and obstructs the free ptsgeottM water wAt other places hogs ar run at large and 35fedupwe1 find the ditches filled with cofn cobs and the sides of the road torn out where the hog has followed his natural habit At auother place the fences are so 8idelIreplaced it pieced just outside the oldl one until this gradual encroach ment has decreased the width of the roads toa great etntrBut the parties res1 I the damage are not willing that they should cause this dajriafce without doing somethingto com pensate thepublic for the loss iit has sustained on theIr account for they alway repair the damag and redress the wrong by cussin the Road Supervisor Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Ret ward for any case of Catarrh connot bef cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 We the ndersignedj have knows F J Che ey for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly hbnerable in all business transaction and finan daily abje to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm Walding Kirinau Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter flatly acting directly upon the bloodl and mucous surfaces of the bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation r Bitten bya Copperhead While gathering wild flowers on the mil west of 4thertonville Fridayafternoon Mrs George Howell was bitten on the hand by a copper hed snake With rare presen e of mind she placed the wound to her lips and sucked out as much of thex poisoin as she could and th en hurried to her home where she drank some whiskev and telephoned to Dr Otao n bed sidef In the meantime the wound swelled very rapidly and she grew quite sick She is now doing nicely and unless some other complication arises her recovery isfacsilred She is the widow of George Howell who diqd seyeral months ago appendicitis Echo Notice to Taxpayers city Taxes are now due and the penalty will attach on all city taxes that are not paid prior to July 1 1909 The tax books are winIthe hands of L BCain Treasurer and all taxpayers are hereby notified to call on him at the First National Bank and pay their taxes before July 1 as1the penalty will attachcm that day Under the Ordinances ftbe City no one will call on you for your taxes but you are required to call on the city treasurer V John W Lewis Mayor Lived 152 Years Win ParrEnglands oldest man rarried the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at 80 James Whrigb pit Spurlock Ky shows how to remain youngIII feel just like a sixteen yearold boy he writes after tak lug six bottles of Electric Hitters For thirty years Kidney trouble made life ia bnrden but tle first bat tie of this wonderful medicine con vfncedruel I had f0Und the greatest cure oo eat tb Theyre a godsend to Weak sickly rundown or old pep pie Trythem 50ce Haydon Robertson Drugstore New Use For Corn Cob Every tobacco grower the uncertaiutr of getting stand of tobacco after the tenth day of June As a rale the sea sos are light after that time and the sun blnzes down and dries the ground and withers the eplahts To supply the necess ary moisture I learn many of 1the Blue grass farmers have in the past few years bave adoptedI th0 iollbwing method wheni planting tobacco after the tenth d ty of June Empty barrels arel provided and tilled with corn cobs pnd water is then poured in to fill the barrel to the brim The cots abs rb the water like s sponge and the grower sticks one ql the wet cobs in each hill bytheside of each plant This plan issaidto insure a stahd during the driest and hottest weathar rHenderson Glea or1I The Bis Head is of two kinds conceit and the bfs heaIsore 2 Yon can cure itrin no time by acting on your liver with B allaij Herbine Isnt it worth trying f the absolute andAceirtain relief ybul get Sold by The Red Cross Drug Stored Scab Infesting New Wheat Farmers of ithe county ara not so jubilant over the prospects for a bountiful wbeat crop as they were three weeks ago As the time of harvest draws near the Sects of the scab are more noticeable and it is the general opinion that the injury result lag from its work has been more detrimental than at first suppos ed In Isome fields tha wheat appears tq have escapted its in jurious effects while in others the damage plainly discernible Two field side by side illustrate this freak of nature one having every sin of a most healthful and well filled head while its neighbor bears the marksof the visit from this destructive source It is thought at thVpresenV howeyer that the county will show up with a fair yield 6f wheat at harvest time and one that will brighten theifeatures of the farmers w5ih that smile that wont come off Thescabhas its origin in the late frosts which were plentiful his season LaRue Herald Many yeak nervous men have ow been restored to health by Foley Kidnev Remedy a it6tJniulate the kidneysi SOthfY will eliminate the waste matter from the blood vIP1 puritica depress the nerves causing nervous eehaustion aijd other ii ments Commence today and ybu will boon be well Pleasant to takes Kentucky Fair Dates Harrodsburg August 123 days Ferr vjlie Augt 183 days Danvifle Aug 44 days Standfprd July 313 days Henderson July 275 days Georg tQnrn July 275 days Madisonyille Augnst 35 days Winchester August 3r4 daysI Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 96 days Taylorsville August 104 days Uniontown August lo5 days Lawrenceburg August 174 days Leitchif ld August 174 days Bnrboursville August 183 days Brodhead August 18 rSdays Shepherdsville August B3 days Ewing August 19r3 days Shelbyville August 21s days Springfield August 254days London August 4 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August 313 days Hardinsbtlrg August 313 days TompkinsvilleSepteniber i5 days Fern Creek September 1S days Bardsto yn September 14 days IJodgenville Se tep1ber73 days Monticello September 74 days Glasgow September 84 days STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE SEPTEMBER 36 DAYS Deep in Debt The State of Kentucky owed on June the first just Sf4485458 more than it lad money in tIe treasury witli which to defray its indebtedness At the close of business 01 Miy 31st there was a total balance of 36962618 in tne treasury against outs and iug war auts issued by the Auditor for 51398075 which leaves the deficit above named staring the State admimptrUion in the face and as Treasurer Parity stated several days ag this money on Land will be used mostly to pay hmo nts due the two nornial schools and for work on the new Capitol so that sthe States indebted ness is real ly over half million dollars this early iq the year Theamount in the treasury as apportioned between the three funds shows balances for sink jug and School funds but a de ficit for the General exi fttJl ire the exact amount being us foil lows sinking fund 17167880 school fund 241 517 87 gene ral expenditure fund deficit 43 562 49 Frankfort News Dr Wevri SyrUp and Corate Hf ItrMtm akror blood tod cUaditeMM I 1 ilGHTNING Strikes Trees and KilledI Several Head of Sto kII L1Il 1ITh r cenV electridal stbrma have giyen concern to some people at least in Washington countyduririgtho 1ist wee Wef1nerdayIptire near Mclntire Was plow ing inthis cornfield storm came on He Cultivator and was sltwheitheitlII neir a small walnut bySoddenlythey were aware that the storm was upon them a bolt of light ning struck the walnut in two p1il1tersOf lJth bo struggled and arose to hi feet to fall again this oc curred abut three times befort he was able to stittd on his feet One of the horses was iinstantly killed while the other was only hiRIotherof the lightning at aTl On Sunday morning a severe electrical st vtm passed through the Liteey neighborhood A large tree on the farm of Mr tvt1l Stigall was rent bv lightning and a valuable cow and very fina jennet were under the tree at the time and both were killed The stormj was accpm panied by a very beavy rain which for a short time felt in torrents Wont Slight a Good Frieni If ever I need a cough mcdlcin again I know what to get declares Mrs A LAlley oJ Bejils Me for KingsNewDiscovery cellent reSUlt in toy own family and forCughsi Eyery one botrrei H feels just that way Relief iis felt at on eandiits For1JronclnUs paininsupreme and 100 Trial bottle tree Guar aranteed by the Haydon and RUb erts The Fanner Has Not Made HighvPrices- Hpnry Olews i one cf the wise men of the finat ciall world 51 elks with much less a thorityon ag ricultnre nth ance He de dares that while tbe present high cost of living is not entire ly due to the farmer neverthe less he is largely responsible and ought to be frankly tjojd sO- If this Wt re accurate the farmer woujd merely be getting back a littJe of his own whichmerch andi jno methods have taken Butiit jfalls far short of accuracy Prjj ent high prices of food are fuQdamentall due to deficiency in4 supply and more or JJdss manipulation of the merchandis ing machinery Farmiag for the past three years has been a fight wjth untoward seasons Perhaps not as much as possible has ibeen done to neutralize these unfavorable conditicns but there aro weather circumstances which no farming how ever jcietitific and energetic can successfully combat The irri gation farmer is popularly sup posed to bid defiance to the elements and yet last yeat in smne of the best irrigation dis tricts itwas sodry in the early season that the land could not be broken in readiness for its artificial supply of water Co ncident with thjs succession of unfavorable seasons has been a distinct increase in the demand on thel laud for sustenance and betwixt this burning of the can die at both ends prices were b urd to rise Bit the retail prices of food stuffs by no means represent a proportionate share to the pro diicerJ Not many bushels of the farmers wheat participated iin the high pric s which charac Maydfaithe hands of other holders be fore the biff bulge And the dame is roeasur ably trueiof oats and corn although the grower of the latter crops Wholirnu li less a specialist han the wheat farmerjias of late yearslbeefJ coming rnbre and morjvinta i iposition df financial md penk drnckand has in many in statces been able to hold for thi lighpnice Jfihe farmer had the grain Jo his bins andcribs it would have been shipped to market thepast month in a volume that wouldl have taxed freight facilities But he is on handtomouth basis at home Nothing has been more amusing than the fatuous patience and prophecies of the bears on corn that after plant it g trainloads of grain vourld bt rushed to mark tTne corn farmer has been buffeted about enoughthe pasUfw years to enforce caution If he bat grain to sell and it is a safer gamble that he has notbe will wait before offering it untilI there is wore definitj assurance of a crop tVdn is affcrded by a season from one to four Wt ek llate The Breeders Gazette tilts to Stop tW Fiend r The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of iraclwiD Mich was a run ning ulcer He paid doctors oer 400 without benefit Then Buckrr lens Arnica Salve killed tl e nice and cured him Cures FeyerSpres Boils Felons Eczema Salt Rheum Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds C lolICorria 2Sc ajt Haydon and 1trberIonDrugstoreS LEBANON LOCALS Fr m the Enterprise The Marion circuit court con vened in speciaFsession fester day oudge Tliurman presiding There are seven equity cases on the docket and all of 1them it iioi thought will be jheard before to morrow evening If the work is not then completed the court may if necessary remain in session for three days longer The limit for the term is six daysSThe special term of the Mare ion circuit court called fort the purpose of trying tile cases of the Commonwealth Kentucky against Mueller Walhen ho bekw1141 begin next Monday with Attorney McKetizie Mdss- o Bowling Green presiding aj special judge The juily has been summoned and it is though everything will be in readiness to take up the cases immediately ajer court has convened There are about Mgbty indictments pending agaifrkjs the distilling firm iharjgjng sell ing liquor witbout4 license At torney Moss was appointed by Gov Willson special judge to try the cases While weighinglambs at the farm of Hardin Yowell above Bradfordsville Wednesday after noon a party composed of Mr Yowell T A Wayne J W Isaacs and Jlames Albertson came near losing their livesjby a bolt of lightning Justwherethei lighting struck could not bsas cert ined by the gentlemen but Wavnefwscale beam were knocked to the ground Mr Yowells Arm w sl considerably burned The other gentlemen were shocked but were not injured A brood mare owned by J C Yate vas struck and killed oy the lightening at the home of W I A Thornton The barn on the farm of James Wathen was also struck but no serious dad age was done Probably the heaviest rain that has fallen in this section in years occurred Wednesday after noon and while very little dam aye was done in Lebanon andl Why Take AIcohoAre you thin pale easily tiredlack your usual vigor andr strength Then your digestion must be poor your blood t thin your nerves weak You need a tonic arid alterative i You need Ayers Sarsaparilla the only Sarsaparilla entirely free front alcohol We believe your doctor would endorse these statements or we wouldpot make them Askllhr and find out Follow his advice JCACoLowdl1asM Thpcndorsonent of your doctor wft certainly greatly lacreaI our ccnfidfir Aye Pill as a fipnily laxative UNrplUlAI vtgttaMe Ask your dpctor iu t IhI = WT I 4StWI1tflUlflYflU1lSiUi SUIJSC RJMJ d F l4rt- ttttntttttnutls11h III l d 8- J rr immediate vicrpity th tote tla the southsiln pnrc blb cot ltheadjibiu1lpl thotgtandst heaviest rraia ffell to WhIcliJsouth of here occurred four and fie9clOck betIt fencing wasr washed farms in the neighborhood of PhilHpsbnrsry and both wheat Ialid ont fields were bndly daft NearPhillisburgk wabid t C tvientvJiye feet of tbroWd fora distance Qt alawpC Iwi hundred yards The traini dM frpm Greensbori at 5 oclock dW not teach Lebanon uitiIafkx mouiigThetrack d in several other places K tween PhillJsburg tad Grwwe pug The rain Was acco pii ed 1ightnigbuta dimoge was dope The storni occurred on thft second anniversary of the oaf burst at Gradvrille Adair coun ty which resulted in the ltti Of almost a dozen lives There aremany jmUationtofDiWtt Carbol zed Witcji Hazel SalveDe Wittrf IIf the OEgihal 8e sure yoi Set PeWittVj C rbolized Witch HudSalve when you ask for ft It KOO for cuts burnsj iafid braises and asVecially good ifor Piles Soldb Red Cross Pharmacy fNOTICE LThe property owner and citizens of the City pfg Sfwia fieid Ky are br rrioted to cut all weed arouadtWr respective prtnutM ad clean up all d brk ok aM around their preiadpile the same ynoMdiatoly and the city wUl hajrVigoii call for and remoy al ddbrk land Weed that are piM without COlt to the property owners I John W Lewis Mayor are other things just as rood as De Vitts Kid ey and Bladder Pill jThat isnt so NothIng rade Is as good ak DeWitfs Kidney i d Blad der Pills for any ailmets of the Kid ney or bladder which always result n week back backache rheuaiatie pnins rheumatism andurlzary jig orders A trial of DeWIttsKIde y and B adder Pills is soficiemtrt ceo vince you bow good they are Send your name to E C DeWitt k Co hicago fora free trial box They are sold here by Red CroseFhariaecy f Candidate For Senate Omaha tfeb Jude JlWUl iam J Bryan is in theraQefor United States Senator from Nebraska This statement was- madeyesterday1by Richard L Metcalfe editor of the ComnM d er Wr Met alte says Bryan will at once begin formulating a campaIgn His name will go on Uw pri wary election ballots he tha hoping to show beiis the choice of the people Then tbe plan willbe if indorsed fo reqiire all lpgislature candidates to pledge uim support rMUItIis often though to be r HIalblefer aninfaats llowia weight or fcucral poor health i The cause Mmally ir that the child his worms l Tlet h e nooriskMieut in the food aid the Ibaby sttrves actually starvef Whites Cream Vemifu e exacts he worms and aourishca the ChiMi sure and safe Price 25 cats sew by Red Crop Drug Store Prominent Democratbei Lawrencebnrg Ky TIM 10 GWlDi k W Ikerr aged Id years died at his bo e Mrs early this moraiBg IrOei a pins lytic stroke and other COplfee tioni Be wisone of VM vie widelyUnowm J1lenanfl mo crats o LiieectIoit ant ba4 been Clerk of tbe AMMureoa Or cuit Court for oVer tweHlf tf Last fall he reoeiye tto e4 nation agaia iwitKmk oppoeHtoii His wife awfcat cUagtifcec sr7 vive Wdo t 1 no1t fill 1 pw that li M ffjM at sWLtts xIatiyEMei Iht s i- pillssiaMi gepRUMiQ iflwItnsputa Crort PhfMaey 1c ft 1O1OLSPffiL i i fJ Fra4lkfc1tt Xl a ii tqiareLB prffLt at ti B rIt uiiWii ij raTtete a sttcfe tJrv Ootc W IfW toOcteMr 1900 If JM m Ihs ito BMbkea iieoeetf0 this f tr i itf i makiag tt Iij4 1 t I1OLhf year wiaar1 tbe flll get 1LO tiw s YI lading iii oi4oh H 4nreeei 0001lJItllJr ft k1 ft k the Mrb IU r J t wba MM r111i farsss to givsif I yU compo forW eksaid CotioftarS M o 11 i iirrcb sVer ae =a tcatk l1O00iajy Ni lr1b witia p30L1SiOH iakia W ba- 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AttoriieyT 1 MES 4 Coty CSAW JT BQOXi X I Circuit OertrBQBT JtOp J s1pj j hertf tJ ANDUBftON n ittJW BUSH r JailerOO D CATLETT lDIW TXITCHELL aerDLWLCUMEBiSyeyoW G ROBERTS A spiciMl grind jury fet I hen empsneled Iat J ckaot Ejj to ia y ittgae j i the fttte pt 4 ftMMtilMLtiOB Of i torm etiEl qtlUhan PLioftbytbe rand jiary M1e bo oldtbe diel1lt1 of ttolftw will iofi tkbe fcjtprobtUop of the public j Too CIIV tbe people of Bre4hitt ocuntybeen 8lJwedIO gtfcnownJJi1D4men Jftke HJKMI themselves tow JMlJIdiRrlr btiiFt tbatsshttrevrigei No J witter hew repreheBsibleCalla hV pSp t cod ct may have 4beii tu4 iti mattera not what j rs be May have committed be idjKlll tntitlcd to tHe protec Ji tkMTAf Ule Law for a lIlri cannot if by aay act dwentitle bimaelf to tMi right ot protection which itHk guirantt The per KMM 1Utof this attempted f PiasssintionshouJd be diliger t ly MMht out an when thfeir guilt It proven they should re fti eeiYethe punishment jwhich the iit law prMcribes J fJ aA porhoa ofa company of- i f i itivi 11 oop tated at DavaFSi UM iclaad of Mindanao mu tliMdoQ the night of June 6th awl attacked tim Americans i ruth 1 r acfcwcli a valiant deensewas ff wd ataftr a sharp fight the rii tieee i were repulsed op cJ r f v Jf fWwK SlightI Goid Frienl i J t If ftrI need a cough medicin 3f atak I kwettO et dcclares MiAL AlltyofBals MeUfor 1 a ull1Ctell bottles ot Dr Kings 7 f NcDMcOyrJHasd seeing its ex c Ilt r1t1i MY oWu family and otlHM i H evijKed it is wade for oiik11 Colds aM lunjgr trouble Every oae wptries it feels Jjust that way teller is fait at once and its quibk tore surprises you For e Brctitl8 Asthma Hemorhage Croup L Gripp Sore throat pain im tke ckRaS its supreme 5Q6 iiMlil Trial bottle free Guar fthtftteed Vr the Haydon and Rob i e 01 t IC1 Creek it XSIl J sold tio shoatato eSlthJrtfor10 J 3pt fM tiie pleasant guest of M raAtIAwreuc Sunday l WlliMriu Chas Hall and Mande 1 vniliT L1treooeattended the Jircai tt Harrodsburg last Mon b day t v J Mr Tarkey Harmon brs re jiirned hoouafwr a Jwo weeks 1 11ith r laiffes in Garrai d Mrs coty l Mary Taylor land sen f vi4ited her daughter Mrs r11llAI l Bus well of Fern Hill r S5L- L7K 34 Anderson lda year iUiag uto e Haydon for i t 3 To11J and family pi deIaa15 laiaUy visited Mr and Mrsrt lMBeYB f Bundayjof last week Grant Stumph and family and f0iis Milton and family spent f tSiay with S T Stuwph i N i B F Bugg and family visit e f f Ta Buggj ofljOing Lick Sun i ifty T 1kSb1t attendedt church at Ma kvi lIe jJJ Saaay WV s Idt and Baggiei Lar i J rewee spent Sunday evenib jt ithi Mi s Gladvs and Susie rrpJiPM Fraa HaydoJr visite- dAderoI1i l 1 itThorm1ay i fS MrSltemtth Ir JI k1gIr f t HiSlijiticsI I t ofciat vc I iMit p jj fsma tbuh tn be repnisib te lSl jJIr The cae twally is 3 oihaaj 1Ju Yet it1t fod a tke j fii actwfly tari- Ji fI W d4Ui eq- r S5wv a CecklWi4 W p i- 7 Ji 4 Hardm1 Chapel f Y Bern JQ Mr nc1 fa e aiat an eleven poundboy iMrs sAcfray Canary spent Sat iirdiiy with relatiyesi tivMack yu le Hrand Mrs Bird Cqffie spftot tujdajr aud Sunday witbfJames Anderson and fami yi SMrEd r Barker of Springtfield Mud Mr Mord L sddri hfpace spent Sunda fwith Jimi H firum and family MriSuie tMpck of Lpuis vil tf aiid MrdVGu W Fenwick of itiia place were at St Rose f51itaiJa v t PreMj5Frankday with Mr Rayogtidpnf Miss Mary Alico Hiatt isF Spending this week with Hrs tMit s dcb1ldren Loralne and Be rile spent Sunday with Jim AndersOn and family Miss Maggie Hiatt has return ed hpmje after a pleasant jrisi i to to MisMtt e HilitttI Mrand MrsR t Mjlt- onsLij l day1Lh M hiaLqgsd and Jl1tplly r andMrs Bkdlspe t f nday and ModHayJ t lt I se Jliatt and family SamMrsFenwick spent Tuesday at rnw1 k t You Never Can Tell just exactly the cause of your rheu matism but you know you have i- tnDoLi niment will cure it relieves the S ainrepucelf the swelling and lltnt f bejs the joints audlauscles so thB you will be as active and well AS you ever were Price 25c 50c alJdlOO- SII Ch1dd t Fair View V L ft OIJWilHsbschool at New Hope Sunday and dined at the home of their unclei M Carney Mrs Math Truax vi e home of Mrs Tas itpdatj uax Thursday John Comstock was IIIi Stand fford Tuesdayii1y Jim Oder and Jake ilines were c tbeirJbrother JofTimTe rrines whc is very ill with fever Miss a ttte Commings of Louisville was the guest at the home of hrcbusin Mrs Bessie O weekMr Oujl and jlittle daughter Susie viutedI his sisteri Mis Columbus Cheat hamSunday Geo Moui ained with Miss MoUieHjuesSunday A i Bright prospest of a wedding Jjin the near f utuije guess who f IlV Hillsbro I ttRevifand of Buffalo are visitintf fiends thisyweek Mem dar services will be heldt t the Hillsbore cemetery thej tirat Saturday afternoon in Julyt Everybody invited to attend Mrs Catherine Clark is on tn i sick list this week Mrs Will Matherlev fs pro gressing nicely at this writtingj Mrs vNzm Scott and Miss Eftie Upulter spent Friday with Mts1 Louis Clark and family Mr Sabe Coulter wife and son Cecil spent Friday night witn thefamily of Samudl Coul ter 1 The remains of Aliss Wilham 3lof Burgin Ky were brought here to this ceme ery Tuesday morning and laid jtov rest untilI the resurrection morning Sh iolleaves a mother father and several sisters and hiothers iWe sympathise witlvthefriehas Tis hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart iTis hard so hard to speak the words We must for vcr put Dearest love oije we must lay thee In the peaceful craves embrace dTnv A Friendi Prathers Creek The farmers are all be indI with their work on account pi so much rainy weather Mrs Martha Shewmaker of Mdc tyllespenta few days Ia Stet 3weekwhotbIl- lappendfiitis Jr RussellI vand son tr5cjs ntnjglcl S1WdyWiIh bis father Ill ffenryRissell near Sew rP Mr G B Chiorsoa wife i 71 p KNTKRTAINMICKT SaturdaJune WfTv tSpringfiedOp il z House 1df t IBXT tj a 2 d l i is MatiniMusc Qliiss i AND tMiss Grahams Dramatic Art class MR BCJDi sented byMiss Gi hamJsDiamatit Art Glass ft 1 qAST BarberRobertOBrienkins RovStsn J WlllinmsRebeccaNelson OBrieiiMarlonWilliamstyIIsACT I Scene Breakfast ioothatrhamTime morning J tAcir 11 Scene satiie as Act it Tmie afternoon t 4SPECIALTY 4 JASig Mis1take OtST MarthiPeikinsi t ThosHaydondNoeservantaqd littlei son Willie spent fcJun dfyi night wiih the family of Mr w IIjtiMrd Mr Will Charley and family spent Jast Tliursd y with the family of Mr 08 Sbewmalcer Miss Hal lie Isham spent Sun day evening with Miss Margie ristersun ferlfromthis place aiten dcburchat Maokvilje Sunday 4lLsay that splendid sermon was dellyered by Rev Il L p Ordom iorarnericement lExercises at St Catherines and Alumnael Meting One of the prettiest CornS inencements of the season wasr tlhat Q f StCathjirines Siennn Academy SpjhgfielL Kyt whicb took plaqe Tuesday June the fifteenth An artistic pro gram efficiently rendered elicit eid spontaneous bursts of ap P lanse and generous expresions lott appreciation on th6 pnri of a cultured Rudie eTheine JathafIneSAcademy furf her words of praise to be necessary AS an educational irstitution and jnother respects her success has ben little lless thatx marvelous Five years ago ttye ravages of fire destroyedl2- 50iPOO of property and Iei I todayltheirinagniticent na Heiglits lis a monument ofI ithrift and labor bought jude pendence The od saying God helps those who help them selveaseems to apply forcibly to the Sisters of St Catharines Seeing their worth in other sees the Bishop of Lincoln Nebraska has recently invited them to HasingSr Nebraska td take charge ofrabnck structure worth 100000 This magnificentt tuilding was given to tthe ciis ters by the citizens of Hating in fee simple and they will open a day and bparding school jn September Fastoil this piece of good fortune comes Another i lUfsFrancisof improved land in Ooester i fromrChicago n d beautifully situated the Calumet River Uereai Academv will be eroctDd opened the cowing y e amj Though St Catharines Sisters are deeply grateful to those- aisfcann i friends There ar otUers here in deal old Ky whose generous apd heart felt sympathy and assistance in tile hour of trials will never be for gotten To them the community wishes to give expression ivo sontiinepfsof gratitude that are as fcinceie and deep today as when five years ago their pro ff ei6d aid lig lhlieued the misfor tuoe that bereft them of their cpnvent home After tho commencempnt ex rcses were over the seyenry tfive members of thp Alumtiae- vpere usbered into the spacous dining hall where the artistic hand of genius had arranged inj jl graceful style pennants and draperies in puVple and cold1 snowyrl inthi and we t trt to tbe kJ 9teof the dieted Sisters of St l I tt t QPERETTh fCr t1te Flower Nymphs Surprise n F MISS MARTINS MUSIC O ASS t aCSST5 i RQbertiAppFlower Nymphs AtteudanfstipoaAurorri V Brownie Martin Lucile Noe Catherine Nell SonSuanna Hays Naomi Rojjerj Feoenia j r OBryan Harvey VanArsdaleAlalle Williams Imps OP Princes Attendants upon Apollo if iBooker Robertson Roger Martin Frank iIf McQabe Warren McClellan A R hultz 1 Wallace Rogers orrison OlNan Lawrence r OJ3ryan SYNOPSES Scene I sEarlj ope morning inFlowerland tyhjle wan derinff about waiting for Aurora her Nymphs are fright ened bya sudden encounter jwith a lot of Imps Confusion ensuos until Aurora appears The Imps prove to be prihces bearing a mesig to Aurora and an itvitation for herself and Nymphs from Apollo to a feast in the Sunlight Palace The Imps assert that Apollo is very fired of Bleeping1 and longs o bfereeasedfrdm behind the tfie Silvery Bars of Dawn All hasten tcTApollo Silveryflarefgrept1DgofAurorajourneytotbeSunhightJa1ace SPEC4TIESfI piano ljuetVase venit nile JpjLepn Rinjjuet Catherine N01son Miss Martlir Plano DuetRseSDe Boneme S H Kowlski Delhi Ray Gregory Eleanor Ieed Pjiano Solo Fireflies Frolic Mazurka BrilianteSpencer i Delia Ray Gregory PianoDuet The Witcher Flight H W Russell Eeanor Recd Peilat Ray Gregory Male Quartette A liee i5 Archer Parks WarrenMoClcllau ATh hultZWaltce Rogers liwrence OBryan Piano SoiQrSs Myrtles i UP Wach Eleanor Reed Piano Duet Flemish Dance Thett Bonheup Suanna fflays Brownie Martin patharine The seven course luncheon was serf dln attrac vste The toasts were brimful of good cheer Miss Nellie Fogerty of Danville was toas gormembers were invited into the handsome library all decorated iiii the college colors Truly the distinguished President Mrs scat Walker presided with that dignity and ease thaticharacterizes St Uatnerines pupils of ihe past and present EVri address was well worded a rtdmuchnjQJed The SV LlYj seIDusome manner read the intrestt i iis minutest nFlhe past maeting ad caned thotoll Miss MattitRobertson H trpasnrer is a Ifinoncisr of no smarf ability and deserved tlu vove of thanks she received for t er careful business management Each of theIofficers of the past board are be congratulated d upon thefr tireless efforts past r Oll ers w letelectttttye for the coming year President Mrs Joe Molqhon of Lebanon Mrs JackJ C inn of Harrodsburg Vic Ire ideni Miss Hilda Goodtin Lebanon Supreme Sec rotary Miss Louise Watli n TreauVcr Miss GertrudeJ Stocker bardstown Toastmis tress luet business nie tu- iclosudnd Auld Lang Syne was1 theIdThe alumnae gave a most en joyable entertainment at 730 Tuesday evening The numbers were well chosen Mrs Gvin Marks is a musician of talentt and her seleliuIifrwevQ fine M ss Myrtle Price deliglred all with ber violin selections The reading Pygmalion and Galatea piven in costume by that gifted and accomplished artist Mrs M WJ Byat was a trqat indepd The entire program was replete with good till nzs Sister Mary PiuS a graduate of this institution a lhalf c ntulY ago added to the prpgrararbv a musical selection which wa latulatlOIlSsta is SQ muchlbelqvod lis Elizabeth ilIof Cleveland Ohio was the hit of th c ever iug the numher being the ilaughing song rho audience was con vuisdwitlFaughter I j 4s- The Subway Gamet The subwny game Is fun at n partyr where there ore dider bros and glrls and It Iscavy to play IPyepare slips of paper with questions written on them questions tlial would start ItI couversntlon like What Is urJnvcr Ite book Do you Vint tavoieS Where vould you like iff travel efc ArraiiKe the cjmira in two lines liy twos lonvliifrun Isle between the hr rows so that It Itt like a train wltli double scats on each slrte of the aisle Then the girls url told to enter flu j take the outside stats farthest from the Aisle tird the boys take the other serlts The questions are distributed Unit the players are qllowcd three iilu utos oureraatlon on tile subject ttifu iioncd on the paper As usually lint 11I1t In renl BUbwaJs they have tto 101It jward one place while the girls hum their questions to the girls ln bud Thus every olib has a new partner aud Th1SIsj j who pcrhap know how to talk veryt well If they ran ouiy begin It is well to have the questions very varied so that the trhqlom11tl1eIitriu4itravejers and tho stay at homcs jmay aliunve their turns v A HUMANJ GIBRALTAR TI jStory Th4t Told of tho EngKsV Colonel Burnaby inIth blpgfJinhjr of Colonel Ireit tljort 13n characteristic tuutJrt by nlH friend Loul limiting r of herculean faine anti sg otlrngetA Vri nrcfQUMhCd In a football mate i on the green inside Windsor svilry barracks and the vcrnndhs v ore roltctl with onlopTvcrsr as the Itni rcat ind tall hat wlthtt cigar In his uviiti came cut of the officers quarI toni and proceeded slowly across aI oiaojr of the ground apparently ob Uvimhi of the Jatt that n match was In prorlft the time Xt this moment our fiiIbiickjii gigantic Yorkshlrcman taunxl1 htitpsyi who must have weighed Mtsinir flftewi than fourteen stone 1JiarjMitt hIP luoub for the ball dashed full iito liurnaby The Impact was Jerrifle but wUIle the Yorkshire ma iiutlcd backward by the shock as though lieIrild collided with a moun ttain lay gnsplygou the ground nuitlierS Burnabjs hat nor the angle 11 cigar W 8ln the smallest degree dJs turbwl In fact11Q scarcely seemed to realle that a collision had taken place When he did so he removed his hisfnope t ma nt t4utacfqrlrigL with thf game The Bhout of delight whlcJi we4tt uji from thb verandas was a thing to reiuembcc t Studying the Crowd There doesnt seem to be any j fcfpnce ffictwecn a crowded train the morning and n crojvded train dlt1I subwnyjcould distinguish one from the otbeiS even If Ithnd no Idea Qf the hours J Ask thi guard Tvo All ybti Jicod to do Is to nlca- surethe nuzz of conversation In tin niotning when the crowd Is freslrrinfl on lie way to business the convcrsa lion is ntlonst ton tlmcsln voluui wlut it Is at night when thctrouid ItlrCI on the way home Often i night Ive been In n crowded minutes without hearing n tlrCItlrCInnd e tile rattle of neTrgpapcrp cough That same the morning would be full of dialogue punctuated here and there wjti1augliterSIts Just n wee study In human na ttir4 thats nlIH New York Globe IIAn Unsocia Pedant VAt Trinity Cambridge the great Dr Whewell was the Incarnation of mastcrful unsoclabllltyf lsaya Mr Tollcmachc in his reminiscences A Trinity frjSnd toldme In the flftlca that WheivcIPs evening parties went by the namo of perpendiculars because the undergraduates were Aspect cd to remain standing nfl the time though ho himself sat dpwn wiiencvcr he chose It is alsorclatcdt that being shortsighted hb Inspected eaah umt In turn nt unpleawrntlyxTose qunrters and It YaK n high crime for any one to speak untl he was spoken to On one occasion under the trying ikrutiny an unwary freHhuinn njmarkcd thin the weather wax tine Sir replied thr pedant nra you not aware that If you have any communication to make tto 15hopjnkc it throigh your tutor Jf The Way He Felt About IL Wlilltf several young Ifcdica wore dls rustfing novft plnns for n church bn astir n new member of tile cutnmlttet proposed tolmvu the jftistora photo graph reproduced on plljpw t4tI t aud chancer them oil AH iieuIrlstoieuC thilr approval nt once plan wtis suggested to the parson lit objected i really cannot eonsqnt sald ha Ive been snton nough ns iIt ia Ladles Uoriic Journal AceryiciiQ expioaoa by an elecin spark is being used for blasting in Genuuny It does not scatter the shut tered rock us much ns dynamite The clnflniatograpli can be uIJedor iSrecording whoTprBy n European process Hour Is fcou pressed Into blocks for preservation The treatment kills all form of larval Ute iltirl tirnrntita niVfifTournr insects Tltcrer were recently exhibited In North Hampton X II bills nulN I cetpta with the ditto 1067 and brurhig the signature of Sir Edmund Andiiw JfIwat t Hour growing In furor Iiu Slauchurlo In place ot the millet andi otoer cereal foods which Iii fpMiiir tinted constituted tjielrpiIuepwiIitpui of food Veterans of the Mexican TIUIVO not thisSed the Yctfefnus ot dther wars mmd nf course their chiidt ii vnavc not thaw nrhUdo 1J 1 r L uLitiC t H ifI c ft9 MclNTIRE f J W yWeT5 Apparel IJII1sClothing Bbjvs Clothing V f HditS both felt andstr w Mens Shoes rttBoys Shoes Mens Shirts SOcrtot 150 j Boys Shirts 50c to 150 uinmerU nderwearin all grades short sleeves and knee drawers Mens Heavy Work Groves I JMens Ladies SilkA Hosiery Longhand I Dress Goods Department k f i i in everythingi uptodate Our Notion Depart fUP1 date complete anything u wtshIIcomplete depirtment f Line of Trunks and jTravelihf Bags ALWAYS HAND J ri Jj i I WailA j IIFROMTHEtHEApESTTOTHE 1 JJ LUNbY MCIN11LE iiI i 1 wEWODLIHIDES Feathers Tallow Beeswax Glasrag Golden Seal Yellow Root etcVeand youthanisvilleWriteping tags Wcfumuhweol begsfr- eeMSAELSONS f- CtAIUHCB 1008 229 E Market SL A reader of these notes who had had good opportunity to note tbe effects of clover growing Oui his own farm told the writer Decently that bureaftcr lie shouldiuevcr sov uu acre of oats v5lth out adding a modenjte atnount o clover seed Ills llm aught 4ie fol lowed with IHoOt by a good many of his fellows The real character of somp folks Is as oftert ludlcatctl by the attitude vj lch they take on trifling things as muchgrcnterperson wouldnt t1 fuk of icrifctrathig a downright Studtcon 1Iu other yet haSibeen known ti give biaself dead away for less cents Time prevailing ijlrh prices of fegd md groin rpuler it Imperative that theS Owner of n dairy nurd sh6uld spot the loafers and wxcdout without ceremony those Individuals that are barely puy Ing their Keep Or constl tto a positive source of loss It Is feed pniint Iin111018quJ1J1aiiInthebyproduct of the farm j manure Ifhe Is enterprising lu vlll get thisfon to the land iii rosh as possible so that bcrenlZed will suIte likely let It accumulate and penult a good horejuif Us strength to leech away as n result Of rulus and cxitSUlc 111ventJcJ Coy fel by pecnll8ts In aniitaldts eases In tie omployHioutof the depart niThethe hogs with virus from an animal affected with the whIch i5to romliir limtitttvii tn Mm vHcnficn ttmcn treated So effort UP tlotS the curpn seem to be thatt S areteiitcrtolned that the disease the past hab meant u lenau 1lthhJn j of tho country of muth auuual j ly marlbDCJ Jrul Jj riDiibeI Lou donor could loolfnt royalty on Sundt for n modest tceill n guItitu TOti don published In f- St rlt wits uahd At James chapel roy4by knocKInp at the side door and sHppJng a shtlhiSg for nrhi pwson tnt the 4utcHrbt verger who open It you inty iijSd uittnceaud stnj tlurtat dWfneri- ice in lheprNlttp rd r innetfrls and Tor a ebig eHcli l ankMi incre you may sit In their royal preseavey uoifin pews but ju turuup seats on time sIde of them A Vague Idea During his firSt visit t0 afflrin Uttlo VUIle cduie Inu this ilOi crjlus oftly t What Is the matter djir sktd his mother i idrthcsdhbcd the boy What dlti you expect vlriulceq ts mother 11pltedWIUJbeet tea cows irornrJudge Tliiitrallt0adlonjpjnleslnI NovfytrK IiijnitiunThisl package has been decided fty tile Nowft Yorir courtof appeal ln n4renusjlxa nla railroad case tthor ne f o ce 9rJ fp Bons who have not ieali In theqlr UI nn average two uiDnUiMji aVycTir PfQ tr diie1Europe time 8OU 4eajgurc nut nioinitalns have tTrcin the other ten wonthsI C Appare1 1ladies Suits Ladies Skirts f j MissesSkirts Ladies Shirt WaistsSt o Petticoats Satin and firRiG Corsets Vf Black Cat Hosiery t r I Topsy w i Summer IJnderwear all kindsli Shot Kid Gloves tf Long and Short Silk GlbvesI t t J this very ydi z ON per BEST I J FURS hiUO UtulCQto disease tJQOO == r r tf OOOO 1i JI i ci II C EYES TESTED Vf fi v Ed M Russellbi fJEWELER AND OPTICIAN jt 1 riiJOaN EDEtEN IKV1K15 WIMSATT 4 jTheCoppagII i CafeCoi f J INC RPORAT D f tiJlNWCrner 7th MkrkeVvLOOlSVILLE K itit Home Phone 7765 Special t Attention fo Mall Orer easterners CtMrii AW l o Wfe make a specialty ufthe v following brands I t JII Mattingly Moore Sprin9O2 at = t aBelleof Marion 5prWA 1902 at 4i r Everglade WatheVs Slinn i907 att2 ie We also handle Mattrnjly V Mwrej MlinI j ffc 1 and1 Willow Spring bottled it JMM P1 J Apple Brandy andJladbeify l lr jtl It 1 fPr a x I ThpeF1ies i t J t4 bo l 1rd1 1 ti tIs on old adase Ii Itsar i juiq41csugh from the ttne of thfe nrt clock tc i ow Bridge tb chasm i nd whit yoft t1Ptt 0 one of today chrbnome telj ik Accurate Clocks andt i Elegant Jewelry- Is4 what ysU find the yea i iqundi at my Jewelry t Store My ne stock reflm Lug a Jewelry stock OSaveMOPC7 Bny Froge1 11 r 1 t c JasJ1GraisIM t = Ji tl4twt w4 ifO1Cr o IJ 1 If Jjjfi and Small 4frcat2S 5Large rn r iSG IO pfrom stone Large residcr4es b f ar sglQd1al1rold conncciMns jt f 0 l I offefp bargain at J5to 60Jn 4 J 44- = longtiffie payments jj f BJiKETt l tfi fto L t 1 trJn r I 444I1III f IIi r i 4 i DR OT BUR ON KSIOfiNT OCNTIT TH EXTRACTED JIOUT PAINI t Jijt Y j Ml Work Strictlyr tclu- I D Oc SkJ9 aIDh 1to 2 pm1 Hayddns Drugstore F irjC It lampton Mp j MItt illlerallllSt a Ofl4c c P S L RcM Hce N e 30 WF GRIGSBYI itt ATTORNEY AT LAW f ofleJvr teop1e BaRks tt11tS J PINtFIZtSD Xy P i tCf p MW HYATT EOfI over Red l Cross Druu- Offlce i llliQ hours Hyatt10BO I iO to 12 m A to 5 pm rk it JOHN Y MAYES fi UIHECTORJr bihj liD lIEEISEnEM ALMER t TELCPHONE DAY 19 NIQHTT4 t SPRffiBFELBKI I r f If piiwiint the Best FLOUR d t 1 sk your groceirfo- raeI Pli Washington t1c sOR 11 i1ri9gfield Choice JIJManufactured by jiL J CoJWe pay oigbest market pckje for grain uaI kIWY AND IACKACIIEMEDICJNE eMa M tiJSMITO ergara aad uNI dIV tzowec IU Hae MM Ksalth Fir The KiOy1Ceta6MM JI bobo iCaaMB1eeclI c re od and Jnga LawINdswLjmcoILLN1ML I rSale inSprnmre d by Hay loR Ie Robertson if1 t v Game of Farmyard r lfamonfc your chtlo there is ouio per aion who matea ifzuself extremely ob 5fjcfctl6njilj ftOiu UIs forwardness vr J y nrnprtoiujueSsl this tj ap excellenJ hmefefor pitflug him ih13 righ I1aCO I The ast rqtlie cerernoiifes state tIt1bo flrescilt cainptthy fIi1ust nILI lmtgliictfiiiJUiclcs to be the tleftizeD jof a larmyanL He says that he vrli vtvfilsger to tafrh IQ turn the particular 1 uitm1i he wIshes them to mUtate J Thcnat a glfen smjuawheulu drops ids handkeielileIthey must at luiJ nitcitQgctheF the noe of the anIma fIhey are supposed t lbe t2 tle then TtvlTspers to each Ii turcrai f thejVjsret Really whispers lst Ilemabi perfectly i lazUcuchJWheu he comes to his real tictlnv however he whispers The 1U iI mkey bniy as loud as you can The ybtth JlpperQn d promIses him 0 t6elf to Attract general attention from rF the realism of his performance The Il inaster rpf the ceremonies then cries 1 out MAllreadjiipw then Eroff one remains piyipctly silent except tbf G 1 oti yqutli Will voters 1ilmeh 1It4ifnsfon and ridicule by thc wchiw4of Lila silo r A wthri11stti uogota 13 sum r ii9tfe5l8AOVercd In the forests of Co yiblai a new textile plant the iiber or vitch is particularly suited for thi talurlt t ocuttnlns ffTy placing small cylinders contain KAnrig ccinpressed carbon dioxide with rjt dC plts welting zt 2COpesrec8 Ji vJcal bunlvr rs spoutaueous combustion fri it snldrwilj be prevented r1 f aosuc tlmein iestnuraqts a Philtv tf dtilpUlan ba pat utcd rt ipigrjt for cot j fee nnI urns which epets 1 vl1h- cJx 7yjuil iiliQj a the Contents to run outfl R v W1tbrnMupls presscfd up against itir Vv Tie fetatilUcs of life Insuraucc lI co sSplol Show that lu the last t vontyflVr ycnra their 5iragc tejitri ora mans 11ife has itireased 5 per ient r trri i wlnle teir from 410 toA3J vettiJ 1itltAtJrQnzea t of Mn oi Generall jolu guUivanifeoutriunsdtr of th- vihant ces t ltebattL 1 Rbt ft l d imr t2 171S liu 6 ltii PItluI 4 plqliejn the tauhcu atTrovI ii ii 4 if s rLt4X1 6Hf1I MCURTHE 1UKCS 8 t WlTH ttrpgsT j Niw J I ft PMCE s1oo 1t11o Fre ETYAOTt THIOTADWNST1IGJJLE I da l1liI TOWN i t r 1ho1 i IirsITEEISRdsI 1 25 photos 25c BaflAvBro Tobapc p1ants for sale Harry Derringer rr 1 Fo bLl One Jersey cow I 4 TheBig Nicklei fresh roasted Pieauuts at P ijv Tfiomas Buggies and wagons for sale byAC Kimball Very full line Buggy Whips Jbhlea at Ei J Thomas WANTEDIA good farm hand HARRY DERRINGER One pint best sweet pickles foriSc at P Jr Thomas FPR SALEOne large sow audeievenigs c v T1 D TAPP f FORS LEAfeW cboce pungSputbdownbticks V 4 rB WALKER ForE le A01ce Qryear old mare will work any place Harry Derringer rr 1 Say I Does you buggy need painting Gall on A C Kith ball at the oToU Casey shop FOR SALE TWQJ od tobacco beds 36xjeach 1R 2 J Ii Montgomery We areherefor ashort time You mnst hurry if you want your UbotuIuid HaflejBrofe FoRiREN Two nice dwell ing b01ssJbc aVed in beautiful ctput oftwn1 welt improved and all conveniences Apply at NEWSLEADER Office Por Brown Doubleshovel- plbws Five Plow Cultivator Disc Harrow Tobacco Setter American Fence Co Call on- AC KIMBALL Booker the ten year old son of He Robert A Noe fell from a tree on last Sunday and broke both bones pf his left forearm The injury is quitepai fut Huttbe little boy is progressing nicely Mr S M Campbejll sold a fine black gelding to Mr Fox of Indianapolis Ind last Tues day for 200 Mr Campbell and son Lonnie left yesterday for Louisville where they wi i deliver him Mrs M C Ma yegave a re ception yesterday from 10 to 1130 a m in honor of her aunt Mri Maggie HaTniltpn of Cov intonj A large number of guests were present and delightful refreshments were served Miss Lucie Selecman enter tamed a few of her friends Tuesday evening in boo or of Mrs Jas C Che chefr of Fort Scott Kansas Those present were Mesdames Margaret Bet tis Ruby SniithT C Camp bell E E usterJJas C Chescheir Miss Lizzie Waters Messrs cfas lMurata Chord jr CnasG lItEL WilHims i Mrs Johanna Murphy died at tbo hpme of Mrs Sbannahan on last DKursday of old age Mrs urphvh w as born in Irelandri tinprcr ln80 yes ago Early in life abe was married to the late MUte Murphy who preceded her to the gve 13 ears About fifty years ago they came fronV Ireland to this county and settled in the St Rose neighbor hood Funeral services were coadUcte Friday at St Rose t The Entertainment next Sat uidaypigh by Miss Cfrahams Dramatic Art Class and Miss Martins Music Class the program of which appears on another page of this issue promises to be one of the best that has been presented here for some time The cast nf characters cOisitsof thebest local talent and all who attend will receive thjeir moneys worth Seats are now on sale at the Red Cross Drug store at the loW price of of 25 and 35 cents Examination for white teachers will beheld Friday stud Sat- urOayof this week Thecplpred teachersr Friday and Saturday rtLpf next week The colored teachers who were examined in May have notISi yet Deceived their certificates TOPTGS ftft 11 Po ndjlngb bcterdj which is makiag an ip vestigation concerning the llIi siIEpson rpersonsin some way serurecLcopiei of the questions which were mailed to the various sectidfis of the state Narroijv Escape 1An accident which jnightihaye avery serious ond dccurr ed on last Tuesday Misses Eunice ONan Sarah ONan and MissBright of Lexington were onlheir way tp the St O ther jiies Commencement driving n spirited horse when near Mrs Teresa Mudd below ton the hprse became unmanageable and dashed bet ween a buggy going 7n the same direction and wagondrlveri i by John TuBiusI coming in the oopobite direc lion The buggywas pvertijrn ed and the three girls thrown to the pike Mr Louis Rsgers who was on the scene took them into his bwzy and drove them ta ik to Miss Kalie Hertleins wher a pb sician dressed there wpundf s Though each suffered several severe brursps and cuts fortunitely none were seriously injoredrf After peyeral nours all were taken to tho home pfI Mr HM ONdn fathpftwc 3 1of the gIrls BaseBall The L carBaseballTalDba been reorganized TJpAintil the present time the team b Sbepn seribusly handicapped becanse of the fact that many of the best players have been away at school where they have wQnj laurels on the ball diamond atlhatl wrthtbeteamsofSUrlOUDding ties and teams of the county Manager W E Green and Cap han Harry Shultz are very san f successlThalin i ry Marks c WiU Robertson p B F- Joe Simms 1 Min Simras 2b Hog rLy3b Rieb SpAlding ss C Cooper jfj Rtcd Kelly cf Harry Shultz p and If Louis Berry and Toni Colvin substi tutes The first game to be played by thenew tem Will at Bardstown tomorrow when LDnel rL f till be on hand tolelp win the the game Cpa Bpripgfielq boys will also IJScIJ PERSQNALr j Ir Mr a yof Lexington i isyi gtiiends here this weeks tet Mr Sam GregoryoC Alton Ill is Visiting relatiy sJiere sMrstGJdyst the I Commencement exercjs JIf SJ 1li7 sJbeen attending schojl Mo is at home tttrtyjj Mrs James C0eschri orl FJ Scott Kansas is vifeii 4P relatives here this week r Miss Hallie Huston and Mary Wakefield of Maud were in town Friday 2jf Mfss Bright of Lexington isI visiting the Misses Qnan i tracCedvith Theta a i otit PAINE or ig 15AQER r jr Sio charge Iare3 i A lab WORK m Dope 1n this olflce isiirstclass- s ineveryrespctarIdjustasad vertised 1Ii s j i1s i jJ Thr Mr arid r4 TEJrastus Btfrton pf Mississippijare visiting 1jj v tiyes here Mr Hewitt Craycroft and ivisitingi Mr tand Mrs Ge6rgWG- reene t qJS Lou syille vfisjted l relatIve here tte first pfcthd week I Mr Joe F Petl is was in Lou isyilte Tuesday Alessrs L us Gain Leo Hay 9qQn and John Siminstmade t ipttto Louisville Suhd y with Dr Clark In his automobile j Mr James Muratttof Garth age Mo a former Springfield man is shaking handa with pM friends here thisWtebl Miss Susie Thompson of tFred riclrlQwn was in town Tuesday MrRY toy arid sister Rebecca of Lebanon were in town Tuesday Miss Katie Cain Miss Flora Mudd Mr and Mrs Jon C Shader and Daughter Louise and Mr and Mrs AtRiShuJtz attended the Oom enc nient ex er ises at St Marys Miss Alice Jones who has been attending school at Ken- tuckyt Female College at Midway is at home Misses Nellie McG ill Emma Poltnf Zelma Mcllyov and LoisI Johnson who have b en attend inglsscliodll J lat St Cad arines are at home for the vacation Mrs Mike Powell of Oklaho ima Oiry 0ila is isiting burj sherMrs W Ray 1 IMiss Anna McDowell of Dan ville is visiting relatives at thiI place i J Muss Alma Spajding pfLab aijou Iis visiting Ms Gwin Mark H tubiIf he last of the weeifLai visit lo her 1lJJ Viinsati of Louisville Miss Ida GhaiUes Carroll oft Louisyille and Miss ViL1iel011 Paris Ivy are visiting Miss Flaget Simms t 1rs J J Maloney of Louis vilh3 j spent Saturday And Sunday with Mrs Mollie Pope Mr and MfSj J P Green df daughter May me are visiting relaiives in Danville 111vJr Chas Cooper of L uis t is VIsiting at Lhelhome ofj Mrs Teresa flagan HOC W C McChord was in Louisville Tuesday MrW D Ciaybropke was in Danville Wednesday Major J DWa3ne of Denni on Texas a lorcaeiv Washing tpn county manand Confederate solder is visiting Mr J R VQlaybrooke Mr H D Stiles and son Robert of Danville were lere1 Friday Mrs J D Turner and chil rdreri iof Lexington are visiting her ptvrefits Mr and Mrs JR Claybrooke HaganI I Dr Smith and C W of Lebanon visited fiends here11 Sunday I iMMt Josepjriie Keloy of l ii 1T rK 1 I Public Sate of I- IJ11TOWN f order to settle the estate of the late R Y Elroywe will at 2 oclock pm ffIn SaturdayyJunet919091 J i I sell to the highest bidder the larehonse and Residence Property I t situated opposite the Boblitt 8iop Livtfy Stable in Springfield Ky Terms easy Lridt IIt made known on day of Sale ti L RY MCELROYS llE1RS1II 1iiiT I i g jI4nisillspent Monday wi it ss o erloD Misses Npllie Simmr Mid N pnn jdgers wili lleavej the tovisitMtsfMVfrs J W Reidel alqd children1 have reiurned from VIsit ta relatives in Louisville I j j Mjsjirs W T Fawkis ardj Will Purdy Of Le anon W rel in t i MrwnrraeSiYIs1uddattende out wn Monday tt Messrs Harry Shultz Parker Medley i btrd Spafdinjf and rJohn CT Shader v Jr Jhave re ttined homerqm4 St Mary College VlT Miv George Catlett afid fqritn visited relalLves al j1arp vill lastSunday Mrs GM Coffee of Greens bijrg is visiting her pentMr and Mrs George Catlett Misses Eunice ONan and An nie McElrpy are visiting Mis MayBelle Gibbsi at Shelby ville Heif RubeTpf LebauonV was a visitor in our own Sunday Jess Rapier arid George Maui IIot Bardstown spent Sunday here Mist Gerlude Stoker of Bard stown is the guest of Miss Myr tie Price N- Tr Cltn1rof Louisville spent Sunday withEeo Haydbnand family Mrvand Mis Huston 5 f LebanPn spent atdsonj Peny Marks of Louisville is visuiug his parents h6re Mr Joh n Barnes bfnerrtQwn- s quite ill Mr John Wycoff Srj andI idaughteri3riggs of i lack ville spent Sunday here John Clemfmtst0tDe arionl wUs net e Sunday t Miss Suanna Hayes of MtV Zion jis vibiting Miss Lei Ru berts k Mr John I Claybroohe State kill and Pre feod In spectbr is visitingi his parents for a few days i Mr John R mhbjof Bloom field FVJisi viiting relations here this week Mr Morrie Durrett spent fSunday inLouivi1i Mss Lucvle Payne of Louis yule iis yisiting MiSs Mabel Williams this week hsJohn L 0ffutt and daughter Lillian of 6loom field visited her partnts the first pf lthe wtek Prof GQColvirl Miss Ella Duncan Miss Emma Nunati Mrs Alice Wayne and Miss Evelyn Royalty will attend the meeting of the Kentucky Educa tional Association at Eitill Springs next week Mr James Bradley of Men aha is visiting friends Jhere this week Rev Father Clark Prior at St Louis Ber brands church In Louisyille utiended the com m ncement eixercises at St1 Catharines Tuisday Miss essif Roberts fs at Ta tham this week Miss Ruth Claybrooke is visi ting her sister Mrs John L Offuti at Bloomfield drughterofMrs with pneumoniatt Mrsr 6f Bards vtown isa visitor at th home of Mr W F Grigsby Mpry MrClellan of Lab l Ij is visiting the famIlyo f er brother Mr W L aMcQI- elin f Mraad Mrs Nick Ray off Tennessee will arrivei here tonight to visit his parents DrandMrs W WRay Mr Ray was recently larriedto- 11is Florence Reganoldfa2hand some Southern belle Mr James Whirton ofr In dianapolis is here this week visiting relatives M ss Virginia Rbyalty is vlij ting friends in Louisville h Mr and Mrsb ESel Cman visited theirdtughteiIvjrsE Carl Litsey at Lebanon vyester day Misses Mary and Margaret Noe are visiting their grandmother Mrs G W Ro insonatCoro ilshville Cltlland Boblitt is very tMr Typhoid Fever k McChord is in hilbyville this week Mrs G H McTntvre and chit Hell left for Meadfecpunty this morning for ta visit ioMrs Mc In tires fattier Mrv xRv 0 pray J J r 1 jwHorrible Death Ed Moran Fallion Saw and is iwtaritiy KiM aL Ed 6ranr nc lw edinnwell knowam Springfield met death fin a horrible manner yesterday jjafterrnOD atjthe saw ozill of Mr1 Sam Maupin nth 4l farm of lttlieStdj neighborhood iHa was j offbearing at the wiJl i cct bad takfcna large Blab from the car- riuge land attempted to throw IL on a iIe across t11e belt but miscajoulatingi the distance he threw Ji on the stmoviug belt imberWasY teret rifle force senaing he unfortu nate jman before iit on totbe buzzing a saw which rolled him over jand over as it frightfully mangled his body it being e- uirelysevered in two places his left Jtopt being thrown forty vardsjlrom the milk An under tosthe nil where the4 mangled remain were gatered from tthe awplt and placed iri a coffin and brought totown last night Manjy weak Dervou men lHave ow been restored tb health by Foley Kidney Remedy as itI stimulates the kidnejte so they will eliminate the 1mlpnervous exhaustion and otera11 ments Commence today and you will boon be well Pleasant to takes j Litsey J Mike Simras visited friends in lthis vidiaiiySunday and Mpiiday- MrlSam Gregory of St LouislMO is Yishinkhis brothers James Pt andLucieu Miss Emma Rose IVlm who has ben attending scnpol t tSt OaheVities the past year is at home for vacation Miss Juliet Ewing of Louis vine iwho has been attending lSdhoojl at St Catherines is spending a few days with her aunt Mrss Lucien Gregory Miss Roe Montgomery of Lebanon is visiting Misses Mabel and Nannie Thompson jlwIr Robfe Thompson aqct chiidrjen pf the Grundy HOme spent Tuesday with Mr Will Tnom psotf Miss Annie James of Har rodsburg will retuth home today aferpending a week with Miss Ellen Gregory Miss Francis Litsey spent a few days at Fenwitik last week Mci Rue the Harroasburg photPgrapher is at Dr Hoppers this week taking pictures Several from here will attend the pjlay at Springfield Saturda evening Afrjs James Moran entertained a number of friends it dinner Sunday Thoe present were Misses Grace Shehan Bertha andusie Edgingion and Messrs Pete Shehan Gilbert Dpnahue arid Boss Leachman t Mr Floyd Chealham was in BaroTstown Monday Miss Sarah Redand Harvey VanArsdale were in Springfield Thursday Mr ColecQati Stigall had a very valuable cow and jennet killed by lightening luring the elEctri lstorm S1pday morning Tqose with Itttndedthe St Catherine commeneeinent from this place Tuesday were Misses Livania OConnpr Nannie Thompson Sarah Reed PearlIand fAlice Jones Ellen Annie Janaes Sue and Eleanor J Ree4 and Jack Reed MrtJI Lucen G ffgory and family Mr iJ 0 Pplin and familv and Mrs Eliza Mitchell and daughter grandI Rev I P Haynes closed his schdolFridav alter having taught a vert successful session Tjiere was no ball game at this place Satofddy oh ac ofrtin however th rewillOUlL1 one Saturday as Taompspn ville will be here tThe younger boys have or IJBiijzed a second te Ilan l JreISpared to meet all comeVspV tbeisiZe Thegame betwterlll thetnitndthaboysoftbeGrufldyOrphanage l callj6d oft on account of weedy corufields We have been i formed tljat theMrag weed leamjbas at lat awakened Trot itsrslutLber and covered itself witb glory by ife eating tbe atrbng Fredericks burg nine by tliscoreQf7 tl16 we certainly are glad oknpw that there is some one for them 10 defeat Their Qapjtain hasin formed us Itthey will play the Bloomer Girls in the ner futurei w L r1 I iTrI t i i IYouI cant the cornfortan- p1esure j of a Porch usetheIc tjI 1 I Vudor I19rt 7 91zi kor I orj f I IiIf I t j t ti i t can alspfurniihyou all colors i IIAWNINGSWe t v r1 f ts etc tr PaperMattingst i t i J 1 t JJfJI Curtains C r yr iJ roj Givei tia cal K wb efor e buy i ng any l you1argestin 1l money o I Robertson Glajirftole GO 1tJ j J INCORPORATED f si iiIiiji r d i rft2 i loBuyY Good QConfections l i I Thatitheon1ykmdtobeSoI n4 PjffAn our 1I we prosr f freifkiMM a t ilf ii lG i thei i t J Fruits dandies and Cakes 1 Fresh Bread Bated DailyU i i M 1if6 irAtQ soda fou U w ir r ry i paredat ItioiiMte serftfIsI flr f 21 drinks ACoda gCol iHt ia t f late etc tj1v r rWe serve Meals in the t t l lilgood old home style 4ir i ll rtlelnssConf J 4i KATIE IElTLElI I lit Prps v J 1 c4i r e IThuicI t = f1 tt- IFLY SCREENS Ve can furnish you all kIrds aI 1 I iwidths and at all prices I t p fiill1ift r44 IILawnilose olcetirln FrB- II ALLGUASANTE- EBilhlderS j I Hrdwm SPEOT ATTYt W t it and r Aalrin prll kind IIRoofing and tWrtf FJttin t ny Makeouir store your J I quarters I j k- clidllMJllat 1 ewttpG I t ryEw v T TjwOf THE DEAD RU9H lr Am1p l11 4y= N Yik by a catrftiMB4 fle ss bt ett I t tllil ft ts tat = NirbLt dlf ii iSpIij syoutsjIte ms t 1 v Oye Ms tto Mtcf art JlSf t f IIirtg tt 4ova s t MIIISt 1WA4I sztt i4t ttt 14 U o flnf1 f4k tb J U l Ik ht4h 1fI i h lw rn h Attain wfce sT tie he f taTbwi4d diIL Ik1r x Cssaiwk MM tlw ma be sbl4 J the arm R iI I1k tW i 1M q bssy H igbt C a d fii MMliiK Itev t r and hjiakad ta the II 1M et d aar aM itswb hd mlyJ tW at1I aW W- y JSWL 7 It tim tW CM bad rMCbed I tM ti oOrkA tlM e t r wu pssd ek the 4 1 y W littit 1a1ta ft jStka4 let rend tkto let A t1iW h w w ee Hr e 7 ai toiflow rn got tekl- a sM IM buw 7e Whet r iet- t aM Ody ri I I tesM 1A1 z CWJMt aa4 was tMft t 1gh- 11r Tsts ftuu Ii hew Ywkhc- i SMt SS pt HM Twe r4ft bId beia a Ii- it t e T =bO W4r waa ieeth1a- w t etac Oss day after swappte a WMts 4tor fMKat Joejcte Mr hefJ MtM J 4sa tamaffa IH tell yiw falr4f r hebottwftaftLaJML Mfire too I gue aascatefl r i o lMt 4t what are they t Waii ItJI lit o tau dt MM Wt t t Ac kaMoa boaa tlC ketch jfr ever seed Ci1 la s yer ketch taM at witi itit Vrt rwA 7sut ira tc attvattoa as add a se pair bsesssKlrkes4 kljkijk AtYoraaof JfiSmmjiiLiijt ijtroMNf cap If hi- wo f fi olato owB M three wkI e t sAaLPaacb i l TOO CLEAH f jiffiia N Mv IIke Wse5Lavlela M fo ThefrUsefap U1M Vary leseywho aiade aany 1 i Jetynys ta tbe wilds cf Africa uyed 4jfrlNlMe how aace2tsdlmg It necesaa ry tMleaMe a Mch soiled aad stained wlIIed it with a cake of seep to a xjghfcoring 0rlng where 1a Jsyterafteil pof Dative womeu 4 yratejM4 herwasJi it They wiere ucb Irssiad by the way to which the I jfe49 ittMpfwarai and it emerged as 1 W M mew Th a xt jporalsg when It came time to Weak tamp Miss Klngsley missed hers i a preco 8 cemmodlty In the f1ftIJl itMM 4skIoa soon pointed to m AtfA wes wile oa being ac I aaef ce fewe4 boldly that she hid takeir k aod cut Jt Into the spring thai Hi extraordinary powers of rfw Wag old jseats might be persia eatly Bti arte4 ke the waters She yy 4eejMy Mrtllfei to learn that tier eJNwt iM Wewi hi atLIf The Bevr Peter McQueen of Clmiiles t wii Mate teltf a kindred story iHIs h wcver was sot lost althojagh Mlestic4 He Mill had it with blmi I 9 tiM oar aative servants to be sure t hiy te a supply of clean water 1wbes we crossed the Tarn desert a 1 eWehrd belt e send stretching some 2 H ptysix piles he relates lTld tejia k4 reach us ikkt an English i aj miVwh had attempted to cross that ieaart shortly before us had per 4 tohwi frtiistl M we wanted top ftNt1IL Te cas lataglR aiy surprise whe 505 taking wy first draft of water iiacaTtiea Ibat it tasted strongly of- Map All the casks were similarly 1a4adwrrosNdespjbe natives s aWihdtfa kiuiiy coiirt n rtIaL tt was a tsvgh predicament but I eat refrain from smiling within VjbeB the leader of them meekly con fed that as the master bad Instruct etl1ilatokfB n supply of clean wa t r3fte b4 sfeajo It thilt bare of soap iwjie a4ded for soap he said wits i 0tacla things l1wy dia sot perish of tblrsC but iIrMteet dayj of drlnijlui soap- MII wttefc iredfj with neither palate a aCogtaeji aaiUtiv of that partk viiir asjwas iafaln jHceiy to try to J4ff1NtterwIshsopYosthsCoi wr ts lat4lO IH1lC tuaen- t1Wlttf1l1Ti whes i get interestei ic abjet 1 nevStOP uat111 have em hesd JttIMc04ioI h1y rcew Ute eMtaUng re- u Dd 70 thInk Im an Inter iII IHlMtr Cmu erf Many DeathstWoet oasbecausesodecep l tire a weBdeatlw are caused i kVitheartdia eue paeiaaeiiia1 heart failvre or r r apoplexy are Otten c the resalt of kid ney disease If Lyfr1tiiallowed to a4va ce tbekidneypoioa ed Wood will at ck t ta1 orgsnS causing catarrk of ijt bladder bridcdtMt or sediment in bed ache back ache lame sleeplessness aervoas ij1IriJie kidiseys themselves bcuk waste away cell by cell t BWacIec trosbiti almost always reesi t =dersugeuseat ue kidwrys and jMaithtm that ga k obuiswd b eiKeltJteJdd HrNda Wlit i tsnas sa4 scalding PssnfliPuthsVt j fucersityIi cuilsrwamplloot the m tJcUMv remedytl ee reslisud Itjtsds tbeb1lset b Erhebk ia1tk fatorilc L ttiJNJe fl5 kea1ldJejtj YotaJDayftitM Y i i tbNEIijuaki pea y eiil you soaietliisf In place of SwampHoot rf you do yj Avill be disappointed SARDOU AMD THE SMWT I TIM JI MIst Wrt as ewPlee sNN WWe 14tied r CMrel Beta he Mde kta reftttatlo hgr wrttisv plays Yktatft Saie tW ftMchfMiiBeU t who WM Mepiy ISA iemstU In spirituaHwn tad a wwark alike zptiieM ja takinc ttcttk Jae Jkait bees kMbatMttd IS oeevK phe MIMM cud by cljance be cave Sato eg ankatioa w IInt perse altty who atajiMd l ii lC Bernard PUeay 1C Saroe told the tOl7et- Ilia timftta hi am article entitled OMly the BUsdly Ipwramt Scoff l- altMOM ity Ii My room with two frlemdk I thovfht I task the fliftJe table where we M4 takes our f1u1l l100ut tile as I had of en tF ue whea aioae Without sayS miythlnf l put any hand om the 40 btft It woakl aot badge I tried lu vain all the thus they were there to make It move bt to 5o avaiL As coca as they were goae I could make ItM what 1 pleased even jump clear eit the floor So I took ap my pencil aui edut why would you sot aake the table move while my friends were herer The hand which held the pecil wrote They were too stupMI hei4ly after this 1 was sitting by y table one day idling dreaming not nakhig any effort to do anything IB particulAr All of a sudden iny hand beg B tewrnt oa the paper before ae with a rapidity and precision which tMdatehed me And It kept this up ercJoee to two hours The result was a Ucplece of wdrk drawn in delicate Uses Mae almost Ia1spiders web and at the bottom ai signature Bernard Paltosy What Is it I 4sked And aay automatic hand irrote The boast ot Swedesborg on1 the planet J pltern This was coBsidered as most cmrlow by all my friends who knew that personally I had no aptitude for drawing A plate was prepared and Y ThererlIlta more elaborate piece of work this tlpe cnrfomsly combined out of all sorts of moslcal terms clefs notes bars and so OB and the whple was des Jgn ted as the house of Mozart also oa Jupiter and the whole was agaIn slgnei Pallwy In fact Bernard PallgHy became my almost constant coBipanlaB from this on lllje my iRe ostself IAN UNWASHED PRINCE The Ln That EnOd His Kick Abut Morning Baths When Emperor William TL was a small boy he had a strong objection to being washed In the morning and his Koverne havJng had some unpleas ant experiences with him slid being In some doubt as to what she had better do appealed to his father the then Crown Prince Frederick Frederick answered The next time be gives any trouble on this score leave him alone to Us own pleasure and reportto me Naturally It was not long before the yoHBg prince refused togo through the purification process and the gov erness followed the orders received Now the boy bad a little carriage and was very fond of driving out In the morning and he generallf ordered the coachman to go by way of the Brandenourg sate as It imtfsed and tittered him tto see the 80idlers In the barrack just Inside the gajte turn out and present arms as the heir to the empire passed their quart rs Accord ingly on the morning of his disobedience the order was as usual To the Brandenburg gate i nd the car riage rolled rapidly thlthe But what was tlje amazement nnd the rage of the princeling on arriving there to see no soldiers except those oi guard and they took not the slightest notice of him In a towering passion he order ed the coachman to return to the pal ace where rushing Into his fathers room he complained of the indecent behavior of the guard and demanded their condign punishment p Put his father only smljed and saff In tie gentlest voice Fuer unge waschener ptlnz wlrd nlemals praesen tlrt An unwashed prince Is n vei galuted Harpers Weekly THigh Art Are you blind prisoner Inquire5 the niagIstitel Yes your worship You are charged with yagrawcy How did you lose yirar slglit MBy a fit of appfoplexy SIt kBut there Is n picture on joui breast represeiitliiK an explosion In t mine throub which It Is stated yc became blind HowLs this Please your worship I couldnt al fd topayn hartlst as could paint ai piepUxy London Answers A Telegram That Talked At one time when G ol1tr Drew Barrjmore was playing in San Fran deco a fabulous sum was offered her by a local theater for bert services for a few weeks The offer was exceedingly tempting but her contract with Charles Frohman stood In the way However on the nothlngventurenoth Ingwon theory she telegraphed a de tailed statement of the offer she hat received to Frohman in New York ex plained bow anxious she was to ac cept It and wound up with the plea Will you release me In due courSe of time Ybe received the following tele gram in answer lira Georgie Drevt Barrymore Palade Hotel Ban Francisco No cHARLES FROHMAN Albeit disappointed Mrs Barrymoro at once sent this characteristic reply Charles FrohmanNew York City Oh GEORGIB DREW BARRYMORB Doing Double Duty uIt was one of those sleepy ono horse back water towns like Squash said n congressman describing at c Rot Springs dinner u town that be dL Hked 1Squi1abls the limit A gentleman arrived there the other day and want ffi1 hair cut He found the barbc barberIHow long will It take you to cut- uy heir barber he asked 1NotJong boss said the barber And he rose yawned and stretched titrIdsHey send the kid down to the vttewspaper office to tell the ltor1- tl want my scissors Just as soon sic hes eedIUn the paper Theres a fnthere waltln for a hair cut Wash iagtoa Star 0 AiIhL iIlnt UcCorkU awfalty vthin alnce r a IitTat Jl yow what they call hto Tatet at the c1ub1ti Ko a They call kita theyt of tlWceT ardPla Dialer 4 SNPJUG 0 f d tih t ir1w Ae ufr With Oaerayaxiss f arrnb thatne QD 4ver heard sta sattHiiif swivage la fcjt1 the wIliii of The woods nud plains does IJiIlP ititcUyt he runs the risk OfJ lln dlscovt red by his enemy the llut the snprer would andIadora the bolt of hjs irafty and quietly tJefpIiiK adversary With luxatiui however we have changed ail rklTh Impure air of our sleep lag rbsis induces Jill manner of ca tarthal affections The nasal paftsagejs art the first to become affected Ji f warming the inspired air op Usa to the lungs and removing freai It the dangerous Impurities with jrktch it Is loaded the nose becomes efcetracted A part of the air enters 54 escapes by the mouth The veil ef the palate vibrates between the two- currentsthat through the mouth and the one still passing through the par fUr luscd nostrils IJke a torn sail la tin wind The snore then means that tlu1 sleepers mouth is partially spell thut his npifc Is partially closed and that his lungs nretn dangr from the air not being properly warmed and purified From the continued op station olf these causes the increase ef Impure air In sleeping rooms and permitting habitual scorers to escaehilling and scalping some scientist has predicted that in the future all uleu and all women tOOwllJ snore It goes along with decoy of the teeth and baldness Health Natural Kindness At nn out of the way railroad june tion aMraveler f und himself hungry but with only two minutes to spare before his train left Ill take a cup otcottee he said to the young Woman iIn charge of the restaurant Ive 10 time for anything else You can take nil the time you want trsald the young woman cordially You look at this billet fare and IllItelephone to the superintendent to lay the tram n lIttle while WhYNU tat be done asked the traveler In anin sement Certainly said the young woman UOt course It can Its a branch road and no other train coming or going over it today and the superintendent would want you to have a good meal He owns this restaurant Youths Comian1onS The Influence of Bath Is there any town In the world that has so imposed Itself as much as Bath upon the life und language of the na tion l For some there are Bath buns for others Bath Olivers and the militant ladles who find the buns Wo soft may throw Bath bricks at office or other window if they disapprove of the Bath chaps When we becolrie In firm it is the Bath chair we seek And thnt thousand years of the middle without a bath seems now her- rlbleLondou Chronicle A Curious Structure On the road from Clifton downs to vonmouh the trvOer will pass In the Avon gorge ft curious structure to which a singular traditIon Is attached relates the London Tatler The story Is that a person named Cook about a century ago was told by a gypsy In the Leigh woods that his only son would be killed bj a serpent before hfe reach ed the age ot twentyQne To avert this he built a high tower and shut his lion In the tOP Dost room with the Intention of secluding him there until the fatal age was passed However by accident a viper was taken up in a fagot to the room to light the fire and it crept from tnS fagot and bit tie boy so that he died Therefore the tower was called Cooks Folly and that is Its name to jthls day whatever is the true explanation An Ignoble Use Washington Irving In Crayon Pa- perstatyaL waS once at an evening entertainment given by the Duke of iWelllngton at Apsley House to WI liam Iyrbe duke had manifested his admiration of his great Adversary Napoleon by having portraits of him In different parts of the house At the bottom of the grand staircase stood the colossal statue of the emperor by CarlO a It was of marble In the an tique style with one arm partly ex tentied holding n fire of Victory Over this arm the ladles in tripping upstAirs to the ball had thrown their shawls It was a singular office for tie statue of Napoleon to perform the mansion of the Duke of Wellington Imperial Caesar dead and turned to clay etc The Elder That Swore An elder of thekirk having foqnd a little boy and his sister playing mar bles on Sunday put his reproof in this form not a judicious one for a child Boy do you know where children go who play marbles on Sabbath day uAy said the bto They gang doun to the field by the water belaw the brig uNo rdared out jthe elder rthey go to hell and are burned The little fellow really shocked called to his sister Come awn Jeanle Heres n man swearing aw fully Reminiscences of Dean Ham snyMNot a National Custom Of all your queer American ruo tows suid the Englishman and you have muuy you knowoh yes ery manyrthe queeifest is that of the old est daughter of the first marriage of a woman who has been married twice wearing her mothers first wedding ringHow istbnt said the American woman That sounds rattier compli cated I am afraldri didnt Just catch It The Englishman repeated In the twot weeks that I have been in New Yorkheeluidated athl tur ther I have met tour maiden Jadles of thirtyfive to fortyfive Yt1l0f rtge who wore weddlpg rings I asked for an explanatlon rind each time I found that it was the ring with which the ladys father tbqr mother When the mother married again she stdaughterDont IIcertainly do said the American woman Still I cant believe that it Is haveheard IOallt= ecu a teaciier was examining briiesi on the BUile ithe lesson being ft part qf Genesis The teacher asked her class Why did the serpent tefapt Efe Instead of Adam T For some time there was silence out at length a HUh boy held up his hand and replied Please mum cause Its ladles flrst TltBlts HUMOR OF THE HOUR TH Sagacious Authori MI want a motor catalogue complied foe 1D09 stated the uiamifacturjer ft automobiles i ttuderstand yok dol eethlng In a Illjerary way lYes admitted the author Whatll you charge for something artistic Give rI1 sposo Ill have to take it I need the nioney It Six weeks elapsed HoW about that catalogue demanded the manufacturer meeting the itttthoir in tKe grill room of a fashlona blejiotel Expect me to wait a yeas foritAw say laughed the author gen tally Sit down and have something Waiter take the gentleman order I want to tell you abot Uur catalogue Well sir I had the thing neatly complied and wits about to deliver it when a great white light struck me Instead of turning it over to you for a measly 301 merely supplied It with dialogue and uiade a motor novel of it Haws that Mtide a motor novel 6f it now in its tjo hundred and fiftieth thousand Send your agent to sfeo me about a touring car Under the circumstances J feel that I ought to give your mnk the preference Wl11S Adklus lo I Puck Why Thty Wanted George The young wifeanswered the phone Tliats another call for George she said to her mother Somebody wants him ttb come somewhere and play bridge Its the third invitation hea had this evening That would seem to indicate said the mother that George is very popu lar fThe young wife sniffed uIt unquestionably indicates she BaldUthat George Js an easy loser Cleveland Plain Dealer Bribery and Corruption let a pbnny every tIme I take my oxiicVWhat do you do with them Mother put Vu In a money box till theres enough and then buys another bottle of ton itv A Fair Offer No snapped the sharp faced wo foodfturNow gltl Lady replied Harvard Hasben I could repay you well Give me a square meal and Ill give you a few lessons in graraniajv Catholic Stand ard and Times Taking No Chances Borely t got rather a cool reception when I called at the Smiths last night but they warmed up finally Why when t was leaving the whole famll came te the dOowithme Grlggs That was because some on took three umbrellas out of their ba rack a few evenings ago Judge Baseball News First Fan Nineteen hundred and nine is going tQ be a great year tot baseball Second Fan How do you make that out1 First Fan Easily enoushI Doesnt it have two nines in it Judge rF rNot Yet but Onoe Miss Ascuin I was cCrtaihly stir prised to hear Miss Passor declare she tant thirty yet Miss WiseWell thats the trgfh She isnt thirty yet One may only bet thirty for twelve months you LnowT Catholic Standard and Times An Inquiring Mind My will has a very inquiring itad said Mr Meekton have Jbserved that answered Miss Cayenne She can think of enough questions to keep a croiyd wait ing half an hour at u theater ticket office Washington Star Stoiain I i Take ONE of the Little Tablets and the Pain is Gone t HEADACHE NEURALGIA Dr Miles Anti Pun Pills hire beta aped by tot rtta- uttle pins ind in cknd tides and ertr give utlsfactjon Henry Conner Boonton N HoTHiPAINS Of RHEUMATISM and SCIATICA i 25 Doses 25 Cents Yow Df ittM cUsDr Males6ncPeePl5s ud kttowHkdrtzed to return the prtct el tee Km dLMiTaaly flU yoi L 4 J7 r 11 TIlE hOff JRADl SCIJMifF11IE8 i 4 WWeuLZSONSVRITE fOWl AIRESS BOWLING GREEN BUS ESSOJU BowGjjg Worn Women Women and tirea atmicofCarluivetriedtbenefititetet1SO this reliable ofttried me- dicineT4CARDUJ The Womans Tonic fflji Rena Hare of Pierce Pla trial Cardni tnH iftenrira Wrote I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble had pain in my side and legs could not sleep had Bbortnesg of breath I suffered for years until my husband insisted on my ty1ng xelLTItAT ALL DRUG STORES HOLLAND HOUSE Ono Englands Picturesque and tile tbric Mansions Few mansions hi or near Londoi arc bore picturesque In their astir romdll or more lutenstng from their associations with the past than Holland pause The domulii In whlcbj It stands 1Ja pcrfKt rus In urber green onsls In n wilderness of brlckAl and mortar When ou pass frcm the noisy tnttfic of IKiunln ton road acoi cnier the prrent pites there Is a trans furmation scene In a few paves ton dun has disappeared mid you find yourself nil at once in the heart of the ountry You might be In the foiesl of Arden a hundred miles from Pic cadilly In wns bhhded by noble cede trees woodland glades a green lane with over arching boughs and farther1 9 terraced wrtlks the stone balus trndes and the formal parterre of the Dutch garden The house Itself has a long Irrcirular frontage a fantastic medley of turret gables arcades and orI sindows Th series ot sitting rooms oulio first floor are warm comfortable and homelike and filled with a priceless collection of family portraits und heirlooms No wonder that Chariest Tox was devoted to the place where be had passed d careless aud happy boyhood and in his last UN ness drove over from Chlswlqk to view xmce more the familiar senes which he regarded with a special tenderness and affection Naturally hir memory Is cherished here and be la stilI to some extent the tutelary genius of the pmp There Is a statue of hub at the end of the avenuein the park there bust of him by Nollekens IS1U1ce ball tthere is a charact tcrlstlc e In his handwriting on the back of a miniature of Robespierre an scelerat un lache et iin ton a rascal a coward and a fool and there Is n picture of him by Sir Joshua as d youth with two charming damsels one of whom made a romantic mar rlage with an actor while the other refused the hand of a king and lived to become the mother of the herok Naplers AIQtist every room has its tradition In fact wherever you tread a history Is Wnerith your feet Black woods THE PLOT On A PLAYOJ How Sardou Cams to Write Lea Pattesfle MpueW Sardon tint workliiR at a scenic ndap tntion of Volt lrcs Caudlde and It hung tire not because there was no prospect of a dinner but because his pipe was empty and he had not a penny VhvewiUi to buy tobacco SudV deuly on opening a drawer of his table he uttered a cry of Joy at the sight of five or six tickets of a whie Company which gave tts customers a voucher for 20 centimes fur evjfry bottle pur chased A quarter of n hour afterward he wan the bll tiPOSsl or of a silver franc piece wicTsomu sons bex sides Picking up a scrap of paper oft thu sanded floor of tthe tobacco shop he was about to light his weed when the words Marie Laurent caught his eye The unconsidered trifle turned tromltheCharles Sardoy put his lint In his pocket buton his way home his plot weaving faculties stimulated by the fumes of thc lobu co n once re asserted themselves j This la the innocentt letter of g motljer to lieh boy hesnid to himself Supposing jioweyer It had been the letter alii vpuinn to her lover and failing by srsimiinr accident Into the betide of the womans husband wish- Ing to light his cigar The suggestion led to his ploy Lea Patties de vJlouche London Chron icle fiTn1tplace anti never last whtn honors niP nthdrnwn Masslnjrer coLs HONEYAND TAR 1lAXATIVE 1 lungtroublesGood for everybody Sold everywhere t The genuine FOLLYS HONEY and TAR is Ia Yellow package Refuse substitutes Prepared only by FI Company Chicago a GIFTED LUNATIC LOne Faculty Strongly Developed IK Many Insane Person One of the most pecUliar features of Insanity Is that occasionally one fee ulty either sight hearing smell taste or touch is extraordinarily nctile ties f taiu insane persons Ipseuslble to ever other Impression have a pronounce tate for music and can repeat with accuracy an air which they may liav hoard hut once Others have a tetol lection of form and color and display an aptitude for drawing while more frequently one may meet with au In mate of on jisylit who has a special memory tar tiguris dates proper names and words encrallyI There Is u case on record for InI stance of an Imbecile who at twenty seven had such an extraordinary memory that be could solve the most dlffi cult problems In arithmetic and alga bra and repeat word for word Ions poems after once hearing them In another cose a boy of fourteen with a defective brain who had the greatest difficulty in learning to read could IIf allowed two or three minutes to run over a page printed In a foreign fan guage or treating of questions of wblcli be was Ignorant repeat the words frppi memory as correctly as if the book bud been lying before him Very curious wits the case of an other music a devout churchgoer who could remember the day when every person Md been burled In the parish for thirtyfive years and could repeat with unvarying accuracy the name find age of the deceased and mourners at the funeral And yet be was a com plete tool and outeide of the line of burials1 he had not one Idea and could nofglve un Intelligent reply toji single question or vel be trusted to feed hlmsejf At Earlswood asylum England they have records of Imbeciles who could not only repeat accurately a page or more of any book which bad been read years before even though It was a book they did not understand In the least but also of aq insane person who could repeat backyard what he Had Just rend Another curious case Is that of an Imbecile who In the drat place never failed togo to church and who on reaching home could repeat the ser mon word by word saylngr Here tic minister coughed here he stopped to blow his nose and so on In another case an Imbecile knew the Bible so perfectly j hat If ypu asked him where such anjhsucha verse wet to bet uld he eouldt1t1iot lies itatlou and repeatthec apter All these lustunc are wolf authenti cnted and others equally aranzlng andi true could be added And Just as there Is one sense which Is sometimes won derfully acute in persons of weak iu tellectt so In the case of blind people the sense of smell or bearing Is ofted very LOon One of the most remarkable cases on record was that of Julia Brace a f male deaf and blind mute who could distinguish brothers and sisters by smell and who recognized anybody diP land met before by the same medals Philadelphia Inquirer IA Rhymed Task Mster studio of nnjnrtlst on Madi son avenue there la a sign that would seem suited toil almost any pin e where there is work to do Of coursi It Is exceptionally well adapted to tIt needs of dreaming artists It reads Wheneer a task la put toyOU Dont Idly sit and view It Nor boycofltent rod wish It done Begirt at once and do It In this studio It was of courecnrtls tically printed cud framed Wtihln hlTlIsaid It never gay him n moments unlinkIshedthe Jingle of the rhyme New YotJi PresstGreat Expression They tell me Grluiley that yoijr tonIr lotVaarle of Menisry 1ory1 ton told SIr Mouutstuart Grant Dull that ho had once been prese t whcu Lord tyndhurst und Dr Luahfugton were asked what was the most Inter eatIng thins that they remembered Qb said Lyndburst t undoubtedly tie day which spent with Washin- ion at Mount Yernobh Oh said Lushlngton Undoubtedly the week which spent with Burke at Beacons field Naturally they were asked to tiill something df vhat liad passed on these occasions but neither of tbeDl could remembfir anything whatever There Is mscbtobe sold for assisting r the memory of good things with a diary as sir Mouutstuart himself did Condon Chronicle 1 DoirtHeat l the Kitchen 11 iaaaslr be oneuwuIss cco1orwooJsae r1f ir t thiStothcanay t kncMcyaitin vllllmer T1i I J- coastructioa r j5 t cf J PW4PERFECTON ft r I t j WckBIneFIanwOilCookef ensures quick work And a COOt kiteben The iLpua tta tubltantial CAflINET TOPorwarninr Iata I Ihas food after it i cooked Also drop shciijes os ntiA Koldinjf email cbpJcing towels tftenalsrevcry coorcnkmce cr a to bali y 0 Made in three seit Can RW MfMriwA tJor without Cabinet TupHaot at yew dMttacfs s1 write our afencjr f t TheRyo Lamp nfl t andeay nfall Gv c 4k powerMpht 2 ibue for hewiawltksea Pick Y ak ceavwikat jo MMe sWtnot wkh rfealay write ouc juamt fMCf STAlHIAMB L curr1isipraicl c sT o t McCABE CUMMINS JDEALERS IN 4- Straight KentnckYI Whiskies We ship WhiskeyIroM4 tI1O Jews tW jj at 225to 400 per ga1IeI tr f Ordersfrcm Kentucky tilled from our Indiaaei 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