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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v r w r i r L I l I 3 a 1t 1tAi A t fHf4 NEWSI1 OJ EADER j p i i UiNew Series VoL XIo 51 SPRINGFIELD W SHING rON COUNTY B ENTTJCKY DECEMBER 22 1904 1oo A YEM3 4 L jr1at HAYDOJT 813 THOMPSON Jr I aiFUNDEBTAKERS1 iydon Thol son P AKD EMBAL MERS I Cwrrr intook all kIut of FanUrt pue PHONE 53 Y OUR DiRECTORY SPRINGFIEID county seat 0 Washington Coiinty32 wiles south east of rsxin toiiS9 liles from pouisvilteon Bardstown branch of Iouisyille send Nashville railroad in E farming and agricultural district JTwo Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber yards Popuation 1100 population county 15000 Representative in Congre s Hon D 1 g Smith JJodgenville Ky Representative in Keutuckj Legis tatnre Hod W D Claybrooke Rqprescftativc in State SenateHon I Iany LulDater LebanoiiKvVi- County Die t 01p CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Moaday in February May and Octo 061t2r I W Thurraan Judge RL Durham Commonwealth At I klney F M Campbell Glerki v M G litactiman fast Commiss oerr QUARTERLY COURT QuarteriyiGourt is held on the third Jfcmday in each month B If Utsey Judge Y COUNT couRT rf ciCounty vrt meets bn tht f urth Monday in etch mouth B Irl itsey Judge w K Booker CountyClerk e rLS Mayen County Attotfly 1 tT rgeCatlett Jailer VH Byron Crpake Sheriff r 4 Richard Jshanr Sidney Osborne jRR filullican Dei atie3i r Ed Masters tfJames F Moore County Surveyor Assessor J JI Royalty T P OBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Cotoner JW Bush Supt of Common SehoolB Po SpringfieldS CXTY COURT James R Noe Police JudgeS v J hnGniJ Mirshxl vviv Grigsby City Attorney t =JUSTICE COURT I ITntice Courts are held Jn January April July and October t I Glw 1 DI rc tory METHODIST CHURCH j RevJ C Hoskinson Pastor Ser iocs n the lit5t and Third Sundays jn each month at Ilu m and 730 p m SunaaySchool very Sunday atlO am p erm inmevery Wednesday lrt CJTHOL1CflURCH Key P JF BennessaY Pastor Ser kt Vicea every Sunday at S ndlO oclock a in Services at St RoesamC hours r t ftv CHRISTIAN icauitea Jlev Felix PastOLT Service CcOQdand fourth Sunday in each jaoalh p PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH oy Hev TVI Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am imd at 7 pm Sunday school every Srfday at 10 am Prayer meeting evyTbursday evenineaat 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Win HnrrisoriWilIiains PastorRevi Preaching every S1tTday at 11 am Sunday School every izsnd15 pm t Sunday at 930 am J Prayer meeting very Tuesday evening at 715 oclock f 7f t rualI Cidas MASbNjC IODGB rSpringOeid lodge Ho 40 meets firatahd third Mouday inftackmontli Washington R I 1Iweets every jsecond Tuesday SpriJ field Counci rlo52 meets onI tvenri iourthMondaii JCN GETS ofTjlR 1 UCAaEES Meet verv Jirsi Wednesday In ach mon p SSSSSSSSSjb AMEIRICAN tl I TRUSS SILVER J I t LMtN I tICHT COOL ZaqsWc- artpNssuii I inf Zeck L Z UiUijUIJUUU J jjiejjJjjjn ifaa ln54WWO SiH VroW iroWmnimnw iI Aj ROUND Of TALK1 ffW ooJtW00 9iro Q MMM rrr- I Ttie- Mistletoe Story AM only a sprig of old mistletoe My leaves are quite shriveled unit 1Andtime ago That my berries they never get fed But Ill tell you a tale of a trick that I played That a lovesick young man and awcalthy yoUng maid fShould contrive to get happily wed It was Christmas eve and from where I hung Tied up with a piece of string 1 caught many a couple both old and 1yOUJlg Kissing like anything But fairest of all the young people I saw Wasjpretty Miss Eveline Marjory Daw Who was fit for the bride of a king ENow1IhrJOry Daw as youll readily guess Was admired by a dozen or more Each of whom for a kiss of tho hem of her dress Would have given much treasure galore But tho only young man she pretended to sec To whose offer her father would never agree Was a penniless fellow named Shaw BUT TAIBEST OP ALL WAS MAIUOBY DAW Now Shaw tipped the butler I saw the coin pass To turndown the gas In the hall rI was hung from a bracket Quito close to a glass aNotThen he waited beneath me his senses alert Till he heard the swish Sfj silk tTheyt In a moment his arms were about the fair waist What cared he for the wrath of papa And he covered her cheek with his klssea In haste tToBut she wlh a cry reached and turned up the gas When he saw to his horror alas n dalas Hed boon klssln his sweethearts mammaSThen up came the cuestaln response to lWhileAnd that Shaw was a cad they agreed one and all Not to show more respect for old age But the dame with her vanity utterly 1twisted thafgnIlanttYswabe i London Blcct ht OBACGO SiUATIONThG Z local tobacco situation is growing interesting not to say complicated It is interesting to the tobacco grower for obvious t reasons The marketing of his crop to the best advantage to himself is a matter of yital importance t for in many instances his crop of tobacco represents i the biggest part of his years work Being dependent in so large a measure on the proceeds from the sale of his tobacco crop the average grower has a period of impatience and that period conies on when he has his to i bacco stripped arid ready for the market When tie iis ready to he wants to sell for he needs sellIIII money What has served to somewhat complicate the situa tion as regards the tobacco grower and the market is a com bination of ircumstances the result of efforts calculated to help the tobacco man to a better market for his product and con sequently an improvement of his condition The readers of the NEWSLEADER and probably all tobacco growers of the county are familiar with the history of the Burley Tobacco Growers Co The object of this association of growers and its original plans were worthy and calculated to be of great and lasting benefit to the tobacco growers of the Bur ley district Thel main object and the main effort was to organ ize the farmers in a combination to fight the tobacco trust which was in a position to control prices and pay the farmer only what it pleased for his tobacco The plans of the Burley compa ny have been recited in these columns and are familar perhaps vto every tobacco grower in Washington county A large per centof the tobacco growers thought well of it and signed contracts for the delivery of Their crops and many haVe taken stock in the concern Theji NEysLEADER has urged the farmers to take hold of the matter for the sole reason too believed that it as thotI planned would prove of benefit to the tobacco growers of the county Tie NEWSLEA DER is ready to stand on its efcord as always advocating that which promises to benefit the farmer The Burley Tobacco Grbwers Co started out with nd1thehappened to threaten the success ful carrying out of those plans As we stated last week the Lou isville Tobacco Warehouse Co which concern was to provide storage for the tobacco and to furnish the warehouse receipts which are vitally necessary in negotiating capital with which to handle the crops have declined to have any thing more to doj with the project The 500000 stock which the grovers are required to raise iis far from being made up Meetings were held in this as well asother counties in the State Saturday and an effort made to get more stock subscriptions from the farmers From accountsthe effort was only partially successful The promoters are still workinsr They have vague plans for storing the tobacco in private barns scattered over the country or getting it stored in Cincinnati and they appear confident of securing the balance of that 500000 stock subscription The NEWSLEADER sincerelyrllppes- that these efforts will be entirely successful We have claimed all long that thespians of the Bur ley Association would benefit the armer if they can be made prac tical As the matter now stands we dont believe the thing practical 1Tbe time is too short and there are too many difficul ies to be overcome IISMPf ATJENT Another thing i X thatfworldDg against the- uccessof the Burley Companys movement is the fact that the man is growing impatient As remarked before when your man gets his crop ready to sell he wants to sell it and get the money then and there The growers were given to under stand that the Burley Co would be ready to receive tobacco n- and after December 12th The fact that the date for receiving tobacco seems yet along wa s off tends to make the fellow whois ready to sell more impatient than ever The buyer for the American Tobacco Co formerly known as the Continental refuse to negotiate with a grower who has signed a Burley contract but there are indepeudentbuyers- who it is said are buying crops where they can do so to best advantage The average farmers going to do just what he beI leives is to his bat and immedi atetidvantage do and who can blame lhimj He works hard forr that privilege If tho N LEADER an be of any assistance jn pointing out what we believe will bs of benefit to the farmer in any way wo are here to do regardless of consequences W certainly cannot be accused of having any axes to grind 1YJcounty ven ItheI winter This has been the regu lar program among the young farmer boys of this country for jars Mai y who do very little work on their fathers farmat home strike out in the spring for sojrie place in Illinois or Kansas or Indian Terriiory and there wok as atfield laborer all Eum mer and perbaps come home jin the1 fall without an extra suit of clothes to his name If these same young men would stay at home and work as hard and at tend to business as strictly at homo as they doout west wei venture to say they would fare better in the Jong rUn Heat About to Burstt Troa feme Bilious Attack i I had a severe bilious attack andI felt like tuv bead was about to burst when I got hbld of a free sample Chamberlaius Stomach and olJj Tablets I tpck a dose bf thtm after Ltsuppernew man and have been feeling happy ever since says Mr J W Smith of Juliff Texas For billious ness stomach trouble and constipa tion these Tablets have no equal Price 25 c nts Forsale bj Haydotrs drugstore RevolutIon ImmI enl A sure sign of approaching re volt aud serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeple n8ssor stomachups ts Electric dismemberI late the Kidneys and Bowels sti mulate the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual at tending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effective ness ElectrIc Bitters is onlY50c- and that is returned if ii dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by G J Haydon Drvpgist Hardosiy Sclioolliousc Hog killing is the order of the dayIMr Roscoe Sutherland and sisters Lizzie and Art spent Thursday night with Martha and Ida Gray Mr H T Virgin is gathering up turkeys this wejjk at lIeJMr S P Chaser bovght two fathoms from Mr Butler Barlow at 410 t Mr F W Gray a4family spent Sunday with Mr and Mr tFrankt Mr Cofield was hereMonday in the interest of his saw logs which te is having Hauled to Valley Hill to ship bMisses Nora and Lela Goodlet spent Tuesday with their aunt Mrs Johnnie Walls B p1wro1 W s is the only genuine Witch H writes L 1Centrefamily for Pilei Cuts and Burns for years and can recommend it to be the Salve on the market Every family should keep it as it is an Invaluable household remedy and should always l be keptoil hand for immediate usOtivirs SamuelGage of North Bush N Y saysHi had a fever sore on my ankle for twelve years that the doctors could not cure All salves and bloodc remedies roved worthless I could Lot walk for over two years Finally I was persuaded to tryDeWUts Witch Hazel Salve which has completely cured me It is a wonderful rclief1I UeWitts Witch JJazel Salve curesS without baying a Rear Soldby allIdruggists PUBLIC SALEt Having decided to go south T fiwillYEDJJE3DAY tlECEMBBR 28 Sell t0 tho highest bidder thet following described property IOneI good family mare 1 cow and calf 3 much cows 8 dry cows due tto calve ineurlysprinAo1 Itt McCormick bindnv i Buckeye mower 1 surrey 1 buggy 1 disc hanatf i Brown cultivatorI ld other implements hQuseholdand kitchen furniture consisting of beds and stoves several stacks t of hay some corn and shock l fodder 25 or 30 bushels of wheat and some sheaf oats Also one- s4 year old Jack TERMS All sums of 10 and under cash in hard and over that 12 months note negotiable and payable in bank J RMAYES Col E E Whayne Auctioneer IS8 Farms For Sale We have farms for sale in nearly every county in Kentucky falms1Itthrough us Now is the time list your farm for sale toI us for our plan of selling through local agents over Kentucky and adjoiuing States We also sell stores hotels mills and etc COLUMBIA Fn ANCEJ TRUST C Farm and iBusiness Opportunity DeptiLrtipvillei fOLEYMILiwTARpgQ jatf KS mTWWW apWH OOar2S iH Wro IJJOF COGAL INTEREST tiM A SACRIFICE The sacrifice ot the timber und forests of the county for the sake of tobacco crops arid other accounts i lobe msontonIcorrespondfnt remarks on the subject which wei publish as follows That morei tobacco may be raised the farmers of our community are cutting their best trees into sawlogs and the remainder that caq not beI used for fencing and iuelis l and burned In many cases they are justifiable in so doing for the great sleet of Dec 1890 so strip ped the trees ol their branches and so exposed the tops and trunks to the heat of the sun thatj decay at once set in But he is not satisfied with the cutting of injured trees but extends his work of destruction to the health 7 oak of many counties and our country must soon be practially without timbsr Even the old landmarks that wereJeft us by our fathers as a kind of memento ol the past and should bea pride and pleas ure of the future wlijichl have kept their silent watch over some spot sacred to memory are being cut away by a heedless generation And it is sad to our tall hills and tbinkjhat must ere long be JeftIt bout if J vestage of a once mighty forest McGiiORD 0 C McOhprd of this places Chairman of the Ken tucky State Kaiiroad Commission has been appointed by Ira SIMills President of the National Association of Railroad and Inc terstate Commerce Commission crc member of a committee wi110 to urge upon Couare5s th6 adoption of an amendment totthe interstate commerce lawgiving to the Interstate dom i merce Commission additional pow rs and conferring upon that- odrjhc authority to enforce ilSI Placeltheosition to establish a basis for freight rates on business i between the States The mattcr as for some time claimed the attention of shippers who have been active in aggitaiing the proposed amendment and the reference to iit in the Presidents last message has added strength o the mPvemeLt CLEAVERThe Lebanon Fal ou tells of a hotel deal Which will be of interest to Springfield people It says MrP 0 Cleaver proprietpr of the Cleaver Hotel for the past two years has old that property to Mrs John Hardesty Sr V for 21000 Pos stssion is to be given on Jan 1- 6etatwllicll i time the ptesent Hardesty House will be cosed to the traveling public Tile banis rented by MI Cleaver until the rst ot May Mr Ceaver anSIc family are contemplating going West but as yetttaro undecided as t o tho future Lebanon never I possessed a more kindzr univers ally popular citizen than MrJ Cleaver He and his estimable wife and family have performed their duty well as hotell people all of which the puolic appreciate and wishes thm well in any un rtaking they may pursue ROLLING JN Tobacco hauling has begun and from now on the loaded tobacco va will be a ireets AyersA You can hardly find a home without its Ayers Cherry Pectoral Parents know wta does for children bre- aksCherrylit Pectoral nightIpneumonia Physicians ad vise parents to keep it on nand 1If Tho best cough medltteo money can bay ers Cherry Pee traL For the coughs of could po lblybe better JACOB BHTU Saratoga lad SOc S100 12Sedrn U II fottl 11o1ell Throat Lungs uAyers Pills greatly aid the Cherry Pecopl In brkJflUp acolci Cohas opened its new rehandling house and has a large force of menat work receiving and taking care of the cropsrwhich are bein delivered The prices paid this season are much llarger all sronnd than those of last year and the farmer is correspondingly happy Besides the trust tthere ares vera other buyers in the county Mr D Lake has rented tha ware liB formerly used by the Con ental Co and is buying and will handle a few crops The Louisville ware houses have sol ictors in the field and many expect to prize and ship their tobac co to the Louisville market Ft WIll liBBitlerc Those who will persist inr clos log then ears against theCQnt n ual recommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fignt with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal terminatioLRoad what T R Beall of Beall Miss has to savL3st Jail my wife bad every symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Dis covery after everthipg else bud failed Improvement cam a once and four bottles entirety cured her Guaranteed by C J Haydon Druggist Price 50c andSlOO Trial bottle free Or Interest to Mothers Thousands of little ones die ver ear of croup IJost of them could have been savd by a few doses of Foley Honey and Tar and ever fimily with children should keep it in the house It containes no opiates and is safe and sure Mrs GeorgcH Picket San Fran j cisco Cal wpites My baby had aii danpcrous attact of cronpe and we thought she would choke to death but one dose pf FqlevsHonev and Tar re ievcct her at once afterbther remedies had failed We arc neyer a minute vitbout it in the hoae For sai by j Wood Canipbellii oc Will Jay Somethina Soolls A ashington coirespondent in speaking fo Hon P H Smiths candidacy for United States seqa torsbip says Representative Dayid H Smith ot Hodgensvhe who for the last year has been mentioned as a possible candidate for United States Senator to sue ceed Mr Blackburn arrived in Washington today Tonight whenf he was asked whether he intended to enter the race he saidtIam not ready yet to say anything po that sabject biitt ex pect to make some kiLd of nouncement of my purpose a ant the 1st ofJanuary tamgivingtJie matter seri ous consideration ana my decision willl depend upon political develop ents during ihejriext thiny l days j Pinculos is the name oft new dis- overy put up in a new way A certain cnre for all KidneyBIood and Bladder iseascsand ever form of Rhcuraatism jncules relieve Backache and Kfdney paines permanently If you need such a remedy let us show you the wonder fufPineules Sold by HaTlons Phar macy r i 3int6orjII s Hl o totheehildren 4 l lr c f f iVi Children especially af fond of dainties I rand the housekeeper ist look fcaretelly ff tptheirfoodt JAs good cake can be made only wit good eggs so also a cake thatis healtfe i L ful as wellas dainty must be raised with and f bkii Ji a pure perfect h h Royall Baking Powderis indispensable t Jt iin the preparation off the highest quality JIc of food It imparts that peculiar light S ness sweetness and flavor noticed in the r finest cake biscuitf doughnuts crusts etc Jj j and what is more important renders the 4t J t food wholesome and agreeable tto young lrJ r aind old v t I i i POWDER CCNtvi LIi J rt L Woman Mail Carrier Misi3essie H Smiih daughter of a farmer near Richfield N J has entered her name in Pafter son as a candidate for mail carrier She wants a rural free de liveryoute Before making her application MissSmith underwent- a physical examination and the doctor assured her that she was in thebest ofi health The works arduous The caiier must re port at the post office in all sorts of weather at 630 Ar M Miss Smith is well educated and tthinks she will have no difficulty iu fill ing all the requirements which include knowledge cf horses and the delivery route which covers miles The salary fOrth- efirstyeari50O Out of this the carrier jnust suppfy a horse and vehicle Couriet Journal Piratiai FoWs HoaeYaiii Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and wn account of the great merit and popularity ol Foleys Honey- add Tar many imitations arc offered OleY51Honey mildly llaxative It contains no and is safest for children and oPiatesI persons For saleby Wood bell IAok out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping COugh They are dan gerous at this seaeon of the year They lead to pnennomia or consumption You oan Dr vntot cure all such corn plaints with Bees Laxative Honey and Tar an improvement oyer all cough lung and bronchiral remedies and best Cough Syrup Sold bv Hay dons Pharmacy Mr Fulton Resigns SA special from Frankfort says The resignation of Samuel Full ton of Nelson county as Stewart 1 of the Central Asylum for ibf i7ii insane at Lakeland has Defn rt ceived at vhe State ExecmtiTii tZ and aceeptxliiiy Gov Beckham Mr FalkoV DI successor in this plate which btf has held for four year has teeii t selected by the Govenof SwtC the appointment will not be aa hounced until January 1 Bexty when thev resignation beconai offective Itis under tocd lliZft r Mr FultoOjS rpsignation Jcdw rrrJto ill healtbVand tblthe iiLe Ai4iL going South for the winteir Jtmonths Mr Fultoa Is a nMivs of Bloomfield NelsoBCpuntj aiii I a brother of Messrs 0eorf 8 and JohnA Bultc n 6f BardstwtV trJor P fleas Laxative Honey and Tar a a ifI impuoaecient over all Cough Lung j and Branchial remedies It actk oatb bQwelsdrivesbc c ld tern cures Crony whopping OoHgh Wards off pheumpnia and strenjftk thelungS Bees Ivaxative Honey unit Tar is the best Cough Syrup for cud ten Ta ttes good Sod by Haydon Pharmacy 4 f v UiisKil citires W- s T lIrs yargarete Hobbs fWtS f buried at Bloomtiel verrii week ago ic an unusual mariner pre Scribed by hersel f Mrst HobbS was the widow of the late John Hobbf and was about eightyeigbbTr ofageIThe interment tookplace in tba old cemetery in Bloomfield The shroud in which the remains clad was an extremely tne pucf of work and is said to Jiave cost 250 By her own reqaek tbi coffin of the deceased was carried to the graveinstead of b ibi borne inA hearse and th uUal singing was excluded Srdm the ceremony air th3 in ermisatvi Nelson RecorJ v ooOO r THEY MUSTC0 i- I i CHRISTMA BARGAINS 1- I 1 have a large assprtnieht of Holiday Goods which 1 am determi led to close out Regardless of Cost Before the Holidays are over il1 jpfi ifiimake for other s goods v f v fII Poflve Barains Departmenjt lttoftke81s room INTO offered in Fine Chi iI JttI IToilet Articles MajJlftire IqSets Vases Pictures Photo frames Books inSets and 4 the latest Novels ALL MUST GO B 4 COri EARLY AN 1 J c iTRyd AppI1TiiIiiV InN SWDR LzDImT TNUDLY i1 l I A YEA IN ADVANCE r r p1I PILDKV 1 41 LLEAVIOJr J 2 2t ARPas esi i 1 pit 2 t 11 Odasr aM eUUcil tter I f JiM H tEIsL at Jew N 1Jt cubOA 1Wel71M s CJJ v WMta e e liberal I4nsi wiii trum3 P- taw Jm riv MeahI 950 M rGoMi4tt c11rt U Ay r Fc B 1t2 J So much pressure has been Wovchttp beer on Gov Beck V jj m iU lidesthat it looks k iowamifbewiU call an extra iOliof the Legislature to t site If the4 ebaaffe Ute capitol 84 4 k to fetput to the expense to af extra ewion the question of loorinc the capital f of the 84ftte adl putting up the new bi5iiB in a city entirely re- M moVed from Frankfort should V te com ered Otherwise dont f IPtanymore money on t ptterr t i J The Anderson sews again tiC MCI hands and Morris W irtiett aa oanc s that now y r poebwclIKuiders rests the 1 ntl tOga Mr W Owen 1Mctire the retiring editor is- rekrredtot by Mr Bartlett in his r jMiimtaWcj as our worthy but iwecwhat nutty friend Such 72We language will doubtless 1a cause lor war as W Owen ire haTe observed js not verse p trikiB back when given l ife opportunity ie f f HTfc eyidence a brought outal tJit 100000 damage suit against H rgii Oiafcanand Frenqh for jUtefed cotwpinicy in the murder J B Marcum at Jackson reveals t Mtt of affairs in that mountain l fdY WO4PS than was expo L Md at that murder trial of Jett aiilffaite The hiring of ass aMiiw and the bribing of wtnes s43 and the pardoning of murder IrLaU are features of the evi which adds more disgrace ttinceBaa e ofKentucky- Kentuckyti Republican politi izians are busy at Washington discussing the condition of thee counter f JensonfonI Frrsare getting their to boc resdyfor the market atdt the ware houses can expect ar lush ia a few days W H Elliott hunter of this place kilted two foxes Monday H reports that he has killed 34 foxes m the last nine jears He Y hunts tbetn without any dog And he sever fails to get them when he etlashot He usualy tracks tbet on ibe snow They also report that he has killed o s 16 birds in the st21 years In ths burnt he killed 49 bird at 52 shots 005 days hunt Now if tlraieis anyone that has doneany beUtr feinting than Mr Elliott please report same in this paper Mr Elliott keeps an account of him birds and foxes killed but dON jaot count the rabbits and Eqmirrels but he Irilled 43 rabbits IE one day and 25 squirrels ine owe day j The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist LIfIJJet Jw ayBMt at WeckJa 1 IZiryI Thw litJ 4 diprevalllnr in this W9ttr iftoct 4uif rouc because so dec Ifa y M AMittut are cau ed by ftdlI1 dMA potumoplt heart failure J or apoplexy are often heJtlUJt of kidney dteae lfkdneytroub1cisal1owedtoad vance the kidneypoisoned Mood will attack lb vJtaJ organs or the kidneys themselves and waste away ceY jy cell MNN08 atf lifi asfc ii NM Wlro mwro I News From The County k tIt ttpI Am ni the County People IJ 1 t as Reported by our Correspondents IJIYM MMu i MOORESVJ1LLE i We are baving real winter p weather at present 4JMr Wm Sweeney sold a tract of land containing 40 acres to Thos Mattingly at5 per adre Possession given January 2d Mr Sweeney contemplates re moving near Woodlawn J About all cf the turkeys have beon sold and delivered at 11 cents per lb Thtre was a Small crowd out 10 hear Rev Adkins preach at New Hope last Sunday it being rather an unlikely day Messrs Hughes and Beam have erected a poultry house at Woodlawn for slaughtering pur poses They employ about 40 hands and pay 3 cents for dress ing turkeys apiece They dress from thrEe to live hundred per day They will slaughter about four thousand this season It is a much needed enterprise and should be commended We wiSh the readers of the NEWS LEADER a merry Christ mas and a happy New Year Messrs Kobart Croake and Ben Curren sold a crop cf to bacco to Titus Hughes of Maud for 75 Jo was grown on about tbree quarters of an acre Mr Jas Cull will remove this week to the old Boblit home stead he having bought it re cently from C Butler and E SettleIThere has been 18 tubs of to bacco shipped from Booker last week and one car load shipped before Theyhave sent a petition from Mooresville have the Postoffice re established We hope they may succeed Tatham SPIMUSS We are glad to report Mr Bertha Foster much better after suffering about three weeks with ailafflicted band They thought for a white that her arm would have to be taken off but now think it will gety along alright Mr Eulie Jenkins is some better after a severe attack of pneumonia Born to the wifei of Mr Lee Bird a fine girl Viola Miss Ola Dennis and brother Cleo are visiting their grandparents Air and Mrs George Shirley this week Miss Gertha Keeling pent last week with h brother and sister Mr and Mrs Jain es Keeling Misses Emma Wellsjand Nan nie Keelingwere the guests of Mrs Jimmie Shields Friday night Marriecj Dec 4j Mr Richard Pinksfon of Ithis place and Mss Mary Grider WilIisbuig Thej have onf to housekeeping at their home near Willisburg The scbpols in this part of the country Wjili be out next Friday Stripping tobacco is the order of the day Piof Henry Wells called on his best girl at Pleasant Hill Sunday L The ground is covered with snow andllooks like Xmas times and as it vill be less than a week until Xujas we hcpe that the snow wijl stay on so old Santa Claus can go around faster In his sleigjh and therefore visit more hones Iwould be glad if every child could get up Xmas morning and see that old Santa had been there And as this is almost the close of the year let us make an effort to make the new as good as the old cue has been andibotter iJ we can which justthmking every reader of the NEWS LEADER a merry Xmas and a happy NOw Year Valley Hill News is Tery scarce in this section as moving is the order of the day But we will try and furnish the NEWS LEADER fewIof the local hapenlngs during the past week We have taken particular no tic t6 the turkey market of var ious places and find that HTVirgin the turkey buyer from Maud Jias paid bighor prices in and around this placethan any other buyer that has appeared this season Several have moved and will continue to move for several i mpvlug ed of John Riley who is remov- ingi to his farm in Nelson couny which he resent y purchased froai Mr Jas Tobin We regret to loose Mr Riley as he was a good farmer and also a good neighborj But our loss will be NelspnSgain W F Moran has startled the horse trade recently having swiped a blind mare for two good mares but we forget to menion the boot he gave which was 120 Samson Reddix and George Dean Had a horse swap Friday Dean recieving 35ct boot Misses Pearl and Ola Goatley and Rebijcca McWhorter spent Wed nesday at the homo of Mrs Ed ward Goatley John Virgin and wile visited their daughter Mrs Tomas Reed Saturday and Sunday Lee Goatley and wife visited W T Beam and mother Sunday Clyde Goatley attended church at New Hope Sunday j Several from this place attend SpringfieJdSaturday UNO Pleasant Qrovo One of the most exciting things that was ever pulled off in this section was the cotnest for the most popular girl in this neigh oornood It was held in Poor- TOvn last Thursday evening it beiogshow night an enormous crowd was present Five girls were ncminatedl bit tiree droj p dl out at the bfegining of the race let a vote was charged After two anda half hours af intence ex citment the contest closed with Miss Laviana Oconner in the lead by fifty votes She receiying 32 70 Miss Graham Vanarsdale 32 20 Ths prize awarded Miss OcOnner was one df the hands m est cut glass dishes ever brought tothesepartsOn of bad weather thei Rev W T Overstreet failed tto fill his regular appointment att the Presbyterrian chutcli here Sunday Dont Forget the entertainment t to be given at the Pleasant Groyei Decj27thgrams ever arranged fpr an entertainment at ths place FtrhomasKytraining will be at home Tours days Miss Mable Thompson leftr Tuesday for Louisville to attendj the wedding ot her sister Bessier Miss Lizzie McMillin has return II edto her home in Willisburg af ter a short Vii t to her sister Mrs J H Settles We very much regret to dis appoint the young folks who SchooljHousewere forced to postpone it on account of practice for the enter ainment and we extend those asJJ well as all others an invitation to to attend that on the 27th of De1 cember Misses Lizzie Mae and Ellen Gregory will spend Xmas with freinds in Pejryville Byron Parks has about completed his office on the lot he purchased from Keen Wll1chI A private wire will be put beloperatedCreatures of the Grove The place will be known as Ponyville- Dr Williams while taking a PoorTownstoreriously injured PeaantGroyeyourrelJowwayGood When on the ookootll 4kFor Christmas Presents Buy Some cthlng Useful Go to Graves Jewelry W HiRE 91 I A FEff DSEFITARTICLES 1847 Rodgers Bros Kniyes and Forks 4 per setf Cream ladels sugar shells butter knives be andbrushes I Souveniev Spoons Itasatnd Fobs Rings Stick Pins arid allSfc Jewelry JAMS 1 GRAVES tPaTAND P H i i 1diiig- Chrisin a iruad Continuedr lf9Iij page 4 I U1Y to a eljotIon to Lhn for lirIstmsr By irry oIro1rd a 4vcr ayar la ray fat saJ save it to V speaker who thlpfcatct1 the c inuml sent the lint through tilel enrtae jws sensors passhig it from Imnd to haiMl When it came baek it contained doo- I lot the child handle it tiion took cure of it for him till hsniTinJ at his des tjgation TVlioa v6 stopped nt a sta tion on the outskirts of St Louis n Than boarded the ctr tmd coming up to the boy took him In his arms th kissed I1lmDut the one who cnn be come familiar on sU ft acquaintance la hot likely to jwmit fnuiiliaritic Ii others The child planted his list right between the eyes of his captor The man explained to us that he was the boys father and his child had been away long onouglito forget film I took tile fathers address anti durv ing the day Christmas went to thf house I found very nice people In Jm povoriabod circimistencce Their boj had taken homo with him the where withal to buy a Chrtetuins dinner WALDQX WELDRON LETTER ISrI Remnitiing unclaimed in thq Springfield postofflce lorwce1d E5ec 21i 190k George Bany J W Davies Mrs Saddle Crowess Mrs Cin tha Thompson Jim Smith S B Tullev Persons caiungtor tnslette- i l r win please say iadvertised at givedate of list W A Waters PM CATORIA-I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughtit Bears the Signature of c Commissioners Sale Sterling PThqmpiQncPlfEsI EquityCByvirtueof a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit termt1904 theaboyc cause shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in SpringtieldKy ON MONDAY DECJEMBER 20 1904 at 2 oclock Pni or thereabout be highetnbidder I of 0 and 12 months th following de scribed property towit A tract of land situated in Washington county Kv and bounded as follows Beginning at a point m Lincolns Run turn alsoIcornertoNoB N38wl1l 4 5 poles to a small cherry tree ont bluff corner tolot No8 thence down bankof same 487 poles to a branch corner to Stigall thence up the meanders of this branch running with said BUg alls line BO to ajstake at the itnee near a sugar tree thE nee with said SU all S44t w 42i pole to the end of a stonelfence thcnco with said ft nee S 34 E 24 t poles to two oaks thence S 47A 19 42 15 poles to5 a stone corner to lot o 1 thence with Imo of apointIr to lot No 2 thence with middle of pke I23lI 3 poles to the be inning ciitaining 52 acres Note and interest 1099 67 Costs as taxed 89 15 For the purchase price tbe chaser or purchasers with approveii security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest horn uate ot sale until paId qnd having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidden will be required to comply with those terms M a LEACUMAX Mr c w c a lote Be Careful of the health of your children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Vhobping Cough Sop thorn in time One Minute Oough Cure Is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by 211 Driggtsts One of Rings Dyspepsia Tablets after eating even if you can eat but little will digest the little you do cat aid cures indigestion Dyopepia Sour l Stomach Belching and Wenk Heart Sold by Haydons Pharniacy BEES Laxative HONEY AND TAR An improvement over all Cough Lung and Bronchial w Remedies Cures Coughs the Lungs and Gently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste ando good alike for Young and Oldb PREPARED BY uZi WdM d CHcin v S 4ea Sold at Haydons f armacy aI Democralic Candidates i I The following gentleman vere declared the nominees of their party for the respective county offices at the Democratic primary j held in Washington county Au gjustGtb 1904 They are lob voted for at the regular election November 1905 For County Judge B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County Clerk W F Booker R psEnVtiveW D UJaybrooke For Sheriff J SrOsbourne Supt of SchOolsif V Bush For JailerGeo D Catlett For AssessorT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerJ M Montgomery J9ER6UNAL IIIfGr L Wharton vas in Louis fille Sunday j Mrs 0 W Noe was in Louis yUle last weelr iMr Carrolll Allen of Bloomfield was in to wh Tuesday 1MrsJLAlIen ann Miss May me weein Louisville lhs week Hon W D Claybrooke is in- WahingtonCity pn business Mrs W C McChord was in Louisville yesterday shop ng- r Greene Jones of Louisyille visited his mother here Sunday last SSMrs Q C McChord went to Louisville the latter part of last week T Scott Mayesand E A Cox were in Lexington last week on business Miss Mary Browne spent Mon day in Louisville doing holiday shopping Mr W R Johnson and Wal lace Cardwoll of ebanon were over Tuesday i DrJ B R Bards who wasiin Danville a part of this jeek has returred homeSMr Tames Clements spout Satt urdayand Sunday in Louisville and Jsffersonsville Mr P I Thomas was called to Louisville yesterday by the death of his brother Miss Margaret McChord who is attending school in Louisville is at home for the holidays Mr Oliver Croike of Croakes StatiQn spetit a few days at the home of his son 3yron Croake- Mrs J B RoBards was called to Burgin last weak by the illness ot her father Mr Buster Mrs D H Huston apd daughter Miss Halite of Maud visited Hugh Stiles family here last week t Mr J R Durretl of Bloomfield spent the latter part of the week with his daughter Mrs M W Hyatt Miss ElioDurrett has returnedI to her home in Bloomfield after a MVIHyatt Mrs Bessie Smith of Louisville was a visitor at the home of her idatghte Mrs Willard Thompson last week tMrs P C Cleavor Miss Rose and Mr Bell Cleaver ard Mrs Rankin of Lebanon were over hereTuesday Mrs Fannie She Ie and Miss Annie HcJlVoy of Willis burg visited her brother Dr M- Hyatt yesterday i tMrOhio arrived here Tuesday to accept a position with Mr BD Lake in his rehandling house Conrad Hertleip Dr S J Smock T D Wells and G O Wharton attended a Masonic meeting in LebanOn Monday night l Misses Alhie Smith and Eliza P Clark and Messrs Hugh Marshal and Hugh Swearingeo of Bards town spent Sunday at tte home pf Mrs Nannie Simrns Mrs Alice Miller of Nev Hope Ib is visiting her daughter IrsY F Trusty Dr Trusty and familyc expect to go to Hodgensyille theelast ot the wEekto spend Christ mns with his relatives 1 Pleasant PillsNo Pill as pleasant and positiyoa8p DeWitts Little Early WitJs Little Early Risers are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak p oole enjoy their ciJcansinjr effect while strong people say they ore the best liver pills sold Sold by all druggists HiteoPflnciiioiiiaonBccorflg o fiherepneumonia or consumptIon when Foleys Honey and Tar had been taken It cures oughs arid colds ancrfnctlyzne unknown prepara7ijp which plaYwj opiates which causes ponsti patio condition that Retard Jrecovl ry t from cold Ask for FlleydHoney hand Tar and refuse any substitute of S ferec For aaleJby Wood Campbell t M IV You1eed cpal I 111 fit t2 1iAs well as man other tings with which you Jlibe L supplied at the establishment oft McClure 0 Ye11sp it J gt 1 d J Headquarters fOP tn tl v l jFeed Grain Buggies an1pIFkndso implements t for the farmer Old HIckory Studebaker an1 sj r Champion Falin IVagons Ohio Feed Cutter t1iWire Fencing and the Haean Gasoline Engine i H1DESAD Jj FURS WANTED 1tSIWINTERLAPROBES BLANKETSJ CQlDe ve tknngQu nfHyt P HONE 20 SPRINGFIELD KY te IIf We Z in full line 4line can you cts On r S We have ir our sale the tracts of laud and will take great any of them o 200 farm miles from good small house good barn place well fenced ami grass Price 40 per acre 26 acre miles from right the pike good house aria barn all goodi land land ricj4 1800 51 acre mles from Land all lays well and high suite small three room house arid good attl Price lSOO 250 acre farm miles from nice first lass barns and of very kind 140 acre farm miles Irm 50 acres bottom laud small and llarge barn itlO acre farm miles from I good houe and barn well and price- 45 per acre 163 acres of land miles from small house and good barn C5 acres of bottom land rest new land farm and of1 timber Price 25 per acre 100 acre farm l good room house barr of ater and good and grass per acre IIi to the above we a ve for sale good prinfielc1S135 acre farm If miles from aA J 7t v Xi Stoves ih J Tinware W tJ VI off J lt Hardware ft1 fJThe Great Majestic Range isI leader Aamong ir Cooking Stoves Its excellence ij 41 known J 0HE11TIN6 STOVtSI11 iIa good reasonable prices aJ Qnesaflj = JItone CoiesIInt O4ksS1 t iju i TINWAEE Department sJ f I dpmpleteaixd contains thing from a tlrcupi v t 4 HThRDW2RE thandle Diamond Edge Teols HjtqncHs S WtiChisels Hammers Drawing Knives Braces Bits Adzes and fact a Carpenters Tools Wehave acomplete of Builders Hardware and supply anything t xv Estimates furnisliedand cQntr taken Roofing arid x Plumbing work I MCELROY SHULTZ n Farms Stile charge fpi following pleasure in showing prospective buyeis- MCELROY WHARTON acre lSprmgtTeld i watered mostly in place 5 Springfield on i firstclass tobacco place Springfield in of cultivation 3 Springfield dwelling outbuildings 5 Springfield dwelling rice35 peracre 8t Springfield fenced watered 7 Springfield tobacco mostly tobacco plenty is 8 sfrom Springfield 4 d new tobacco plenty tobacco iarmPrice25 iI addition residences in I I J d J in Itrj aiir our he oi j Well We carry line of t such Blast il every up Axes FLIes f want for described m t fJ SPRINGHElU I Ii f MATIARKIhL IIIFij ji r 8 TIe very choicest meat on liajtd ah all tipes as we S kIll only the best TTTi ate Iin the market t tl i rrrea forLt S fat beeves beef and sheep hides tUMow and goofi bnUer Telephone 95 SPRINGFJEIMIKY f GAesWLIflhllOi1UllllIjLUj1JI t rJOHN SHUCK MCELUOYS GOV tj jhMctlroyWharton Insurance Real Estate Agents 111j Fire Lift and fon Ao IIi arUeI 1 tllndldol foniissict II lOffice over Peoples Bank J lU Springfield on pike farm all in grass j dwelling stock ltOrbacco barn well fencedj 35 per acre ACostlv list lc o Buncie arts soraelime ferjr expensive Occasionally lila itifr self is this tire of a aaistake V 1lt OUYJi I neyer b w rpug IVOtt ak Dr KiagseW Lte iljs for fDypepsia Diaiiess Hea4h Liver oy Bpwtl troUdcl JMi- re genllo eL4horongb- Ct J HlydH a DrupSo fWlreatDMatgyr pparlfi blood Cere 1ekial watHafc SSt r t SWe Lit notifyoneso4sjt bu11sv tn lhbiai4B ilH1I iltowed or Isra Votskws wW I pro ttes4 etiunabuH M qtGrua4 zintGrundy WGOnyOl1icker- t I BP Derringer KW4 I p 7 MJM BURTON r 9RSIDENTDENT1ST i TEETH EXTRACTED IWTHOWT PAIN a1nir SPLNGP1LD KY i f w Dental Work Strictlt f Pint I pt d Hi LAMPTONL cioFrIOE ftL I OpeqflO H J rWFQRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW P Qe =JS XL f t f1BRoBAEns M W JYATT 4I RoBAROS 4 HYATT pjIIS iRd SIirgeiis- Q1C0 nexoOrkm dfflce y r JAMES t GRAVES 11ATIC- Ailaickiaker u4dleie1er Carries a line oBWatches OJock and Jewelry Kepairing a Specialty I Locatcd Diii Main Street opposite Presbyterian church I Springfield ICy BRJVPTRUSTYiPRACTI AL DENTISTOJLce over Hadpn Barber JDental work aferaasonable prices AUswork guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY t MNY WAVES iFUHIRAl IIIRECTOft ANO LICE1SEO EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAYf9N1GHT74 4 OTH6F1EID KY k Hllao Yuu Haulinu ro DO 4fIf so call u J L ALLEN at the Depot HiifiHT mmS Hauled Furniture Moved rd anything In the hauling ine done carefully and at easonabie rates c PHONE22 Railroad Schedule I Following is the time schedule now lnetreet on the Eardstown j and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at II4iO p m Bardstown Junction H5u2 pm Bardstown 552 pm tl arrives at Springneld 645 p Vf rfSpringfield at 630 m Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am e atrlves at rionlsvillo 7i5S amYd 1 V No 43 Leaves Louisville at lf30 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am d2 arrives at Springfield 1240 pm TSo44 Leaves Springfield a 00tpm Bardstown Junction 435 p m arrives at Louisville 545 pm yNo 90 Sundays onlyLeaves lit Springfield at 715 a m Bards town Sam Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville A gF35amAI No 9fvSundajs bnlx Leaves Louisville lit 6pni Bar stown Junction 650 pm arfJE tOwn 7BJp m arrives Springfield t S25piu JNotic 1 Thjs firm of C lh Williams fGf Manic Irrhae turned u yer jtot tneJQ r c neciion alot V bfa notes ccoutj i etc All pmrons owing this firm will Fle MtiiL4ttGna office tud settle atOA Owiig jO their hcvy 1oss yetbineesLus1 bietUedtonc rtF Gktcaa Iu 1- torJI Ylij Co p w j Ces HiiiiHfi H I1I TOWN jLocalI j The Freshest and Latest i1AlAbtrsiT1 Friends I and Acquaintances I M Novelty toys for the children at McElroy Bros All the latest magazines at WoocFWells4 Pure open Settle New Orleans molasses at J A Shaders v Holly wreathe for Holiday decorations MoElroy Bros Public school dismisses to morrow until aftjer New Years j Full line Canes Nuts Oran ge4 Grapes and Etc at Hagan Bros I Let us lave your Christina orders we wanem Hagan Bros If yotf want a jnice pasket of Fruit and Candy por Xraas go to Hagan Bros l Try a box orbiir cracked pecans for 25 cents Nothing nicer McElroy Bros Pound packages of Talcum powder and other toilet articles at Wood Wells Special bargains for the Holi days in fancy china and lamps at Wood Wells Remembor L acmnan the Furniture Man when selecting your holiday goods For Christmas try a bottle of old Old McKenna J W Riedel Sole agent for Springfield A fresh line of candies and nuts just received at McElroy Bros Also boxes of fine candy Orangeslemons grapes ap ples bananas and all kinds of fresh fruit at McElroy Bros Corsets lacesj ribbons gloves and hosery This is your oppor tunity for bargains at Mansfields tpdatego to Leachman the Furniture Man Old McKenna whiskey is the purest and best Try a bottle for Christmas For sale by J WrRiedel Latest novels and sets of fiction handsomely bound suitable for Christmas presents at Wood Wells drug store Prettyi hats for ladies Misses and children special mourning outfits bonnets and veils to close out at Mansfieldst FOR BENT Dwelling house and blacksmith shop in Texas Ky Apply on the premises to MRs MARY E DORSEY The fiome Tobacco Warehouse Louisville sold 10 hogsheads of Washington county new Burley lastweek at 950 to 15 Mammoth Bronze Turkeys for sale Prices reasonable Mrs W P Merritt Beechland Ky A complete line of Dining TJoom furniturje Sid bpards Buffets Tables I and Chairs of the latest patterns at Leachman the Furniture Man For only 25Tyoucan buy a box of fine 10cent C C McOhord cigars it will majfce a nice Chris tm present For sate by C J Haydon Only three weeks tcb se ou entire stock Ladies suits cloaksI skirts shoes drfgoods Lions this means slaughter prices at Mansfields v whenY9Uwantla fruit I have it Prices tosuit all Call and see our display We can pleaseyou Q W Hagen jfBOST Pocket book betweiuil town and Walker Heights con taimng about 5 in silver and stamps Finder please return to NEWSLEADER office or Mrs R L Bold ick ATTENTION LADIES If you waifto make your husjband or young gentleman friend an ac ceptable Christmas preisent buy labo of 10 cent McChord cigars of Wood Wells the druggists I I The drug firm of Wood 1Cpbll having dissolved alll ItperIdbtedtui them are re q4 4 io call and settle aCt d pace It be b1JilnimToec1- 0Md Ii WOOD CAMpflhi41 TOPICS ji MM fbra beautiful and us- efuljOhristmas In order to close out his stock of goods so as to give possesion of the house by Jan 1st It M Onan Jr will have an auctidn on Monday next bsgining at 1 oclock I have a fine lot of liquor for the Holiday tradeSiuch as Yellowstone Old Prentice and f Sam Clay Either is nectar for the Gods J P GREENE The sheepkilling dogs are still getting in their work among the flocks of sheep in the county Messrs George and Will Olem ents and W P Montgomery are among the recent losers from that source For oranges figs dates nuts of all kinds pears appels ban nanas in fact any thing you may want that lineremember I have it I bought heavily and they must go call and get prices it costs you nothing C W Hagan Nothing would be more appro dated by your husband or sweetheart than a box of 1J cent Mc chord cigars Ladies you can buy them at C J Haydons drug I store They will make good Christmas presents The Iholidays are coming fast and so atc my hdlidayj goods in a few days I will hav one of the grandest displays ever seen in Springfield so it will pay you one and all to call and see me before you buy C W Hagan It speaks welt for the the Springfield merchant to see ladies from neighboring towns come here to do their Christmas shopping There were no less than a dozen ladies from Lebanon buying goods in the local sores one day this week M1JG Mansfield advertises In this iissue to sell tn next Monday twovaltiablo pieces of real estate One is the business house with a well equipped flat above on Main street which is rented at SlOG per year and the other is the dwelling known as the Thur man House These pieces of property should bring gcod prices The sale of live stock grain and tanningi implements the propertyof Mr Lucas Moore took place yesterday at the farm which he has recently sold near Simms Auctioneer S M Camp bell of this place conducted the sale inda good crowd of bidders was in attendance Live stock and nearly everything else sold well 1 LOST Through a mistake there was placed in a buckboard standing in front of C Ji Hay dons drug store on last Friday 200 pounds of flour consisting of four 50 Ib sacks of Springfield Choice The owner of the ve hide will be rewarded by ioturn- ingilmilour to Campbells grocery as it was intended for another party A Declamatory contest to be participated in by some of the older pjipjls of the Springfield Graded School will take place at the Opera House here on tomorrow Friday evening These entertainments are always interesting and should attract a good crowd Reserved seats can be procured at Wood Wells drugstore IA rather small but highly ap preciative audience heard Rev Carter Helm Jones deliver his lecture The iStory ofa Home at the Opera House on llast Fri Lday night Rev Jones is a fin ished orator and he handled his subject in a masterly manner He presented some beautiful thoughts and those who were fortunate enough to hear him were greatly interested and instructed 1QThe members df the Masonic Lodge at this place will give a banquet ut the Hotel Walton on next Tuesday night Quite a number of guests have been in vited and plates will be laid for about 125 The Lodge is ifi a flourishing condition and as its members never do things by hajves a pleasant time is antici pated On Monday evening the Marion Commandery Knights Templar will entertain at Lebanon and the Springfield mem J ers of that prder will attend KRYPTOK 1=nno THE ONLY INVISIBLE BIFOCAL Doesnt make you look so old For Sale at I KDM RUSSELLS Store Springfield Ky Il STRAYED From my place in the Plesant Grove neighborhood about the 23d of November one fat black sow weighing 200 lbs the day before she left she had no ear marks but had some white about her foce and featand twoii or more rings in her nose Any information of her whereabouts or returnto my place Will be liberaly rewarded J S YANKEY There isiuilkor a now ii eryI firm for Springfield but the affair is in such an indefinite shapeat present that we cannot give it as a news item It IS said that the proposed new firm has made prop ositions to one of the two hver firms at present in business here witha view of buying but that there is a wide gap between them as to the price The new firm which is composedof two Spring field men and a gentleman from Bloomfield talk seriously of s1artS lug a third stable here but as we mentioned no definate steps have yet been taken The Springfield Poultry Co of which M H Jones is manager has been doing a big business in the past few weeks in slaugh tering and shipping poultry About 8000 turkeys have been slaughteted so far this season at the local poultry house and shipped to the Eastern market This means about 100000 pounds of dressed poultry The bulk of this is for the Christmas trade as only a few turkeys were shipped before Thanksgiving The poul try interest is becoming a tig one for Washington county and f many a good dollar iis turned over tq the farmers wives who are generally resp6nible for the egg and poultry production ThAm rican Tobacco Go nas- a force of workmen in full opt ration a tils warehouse here handling the crops whjch are be ing brought iOJ Mr Moss the ouyer ias been among the grow- ersj of the county for twd wtoks and has purchased to data about 225000npurds Prices paid have been from 8 cents to 12 cents a pound The American Co will likely not do the amount of busi ness inthis couny this year as it did last season on account of the agtiaiion of the Burley Co and from other causes Itisnrob able that the shipment to the Louisville breaks will bo larger than for several years pastf Mr Robert Montgomery and Miss Sallie Fitzgerald were married at4oclockon tuesflay at the homeof the brides siser Mrs iJecater Dragbo at the G A Da honey place on the Willisburg road The cermony was perfot m ed by Rev W T Overstreet of the Pleasaut Grove church and quite a largo number of friends and relatives of tiio bride and groom wore present The bride has a host oC friends in the Pleas ant Grove neighborhood and elsewhere in the c 1nJy who wib hermuch happiness Tho groom is a weUltnown citizen of the e end of the cQunty Mr and Mrs Montgomery will reside for the present on the Grundy larm now known as the Presbyterian Orphans home property STOCK SALE The sale of live stock belonging to John Y M ayes took place on last Monday and was fairly weH attended Col R E Whayne acted as Red very good prices auctioneetI ized The following is a partial list of stock sold Sjiead of sheep at 825 each sow and six pigs for23twogiltsatlO75 each 4 so vsat 1125 5825 1225 and 810 0 shoats weighing about Impounds at 215 apair of yearling mules for 220 one old mule 41 horse mule 115 a three year old horse 52a bay filly 1650 gray gelding 90 8 year ling calves at 1290 two 2 year old heifers for 2O6 jersej heif ers at 10 to 15 each Eight jersey milk cows sold at prices ranging from 21 to 58 Four calves sold at 570 each Marries In Louisville According to tne announce ment made in the NEWSLEADER last week the niarriage of Miss Bessie Thompso to Mr Stephen B Thompson fey took place yesterday in Lfokrille at the home of the bride1brhr Mr tA tf2 t2 r ti tdt r20 I The First National Bank mIj M1iJt lfi OFFICERS BL Litsey President John W Lewis iff VicePresidsnt A C McElroy Cashieri L i B Cain Asst Qa hier R E FosterlBook 0f SSS DIRECTORS t nt5tU f tf W tli1j M LirsEY J W LEWIS SIDNEYIEN iJ JPIfiWiJl i I WHY NOT i I Select omethin 1a4sorne andsbine thing worth while to make your CHISTMASS PRESET I What vouid he nicer than adi i ilond orgol dug stickpin or watchv for a vv 00 present Besides these Russell ias a j 4Jr Cut Glass IJJ t g arid Sterling Silver Novelties of all jj kinds These articles fare good use W cg fiiill and worth the money 1 Ed M Russell I fb I- iJ Garland ThoI1P onRev WI Yt DIvis performed the cere nbnyMr and Mrs Thompson ca in on the train to this place f ust evening and went to the home of the grooms father Mr JrVYill Thompson in the Pleas ant Grove neighborhood wHere they will spend a few days while preparing to go to housekeeping in Springfield They have Tent ed the house formerly occupied by Leonard Baker Mr and Mrs Thompson are two very pppular young people and their many friends here extend con gratulations and best wishes for their future happiness Killed Himself News of a sad accident by which a popular young man lost his life is smnt us by our 1foles ville correspondent Ira Wall a young man about 18 years of age and son of Mr Zan Wall a well known painter and citizen of the Mooresville neighborhood acc dcntally shot himself while out hunting on last Monday The young man started out alone on Monday tohunt He didnot return that night but his folks at home supposed that he had gou9to spend the night with a neighbor The next day however they began to make in quiries about him and not being able to llocate him a search was begun After several lloub- spent in searching the friends were horrified to find the dead body of the boy in a woods not far from his home He had evi dently been dead for some hours Circumstances pointed clearly to tile manner of his death Young Wall had carried siuglebarrel shot gun and had shot a rabbit in a brush pile He had evident ly reloaded the gun and had been using it in an effort tQ pull the rabbit from the brush havinr the muzzle of the gun pointing towards him The gun was dis Santa Claus At SShadersa S SpringfieldJwill find that Santa Claus will make headquarters Uncle Joe Shaders Store A full LINE OF TOYS of all descripMons please the young He also has on hand a slbck of fresh candies cakes friitsetct for the housekeeper brought ori especially J iEk the holiday trader L A1 SMer aJS SANTA CLAUS HAS COME and will De louna at r Irvine IcElroys THE REASON WHY Because be has Toys For Girls and Boys His stock is the cum pIe test that I can bo fdulid And his prices the lowest that were ever in town dedefivers his goods with dare anddash y And sells Aery cheapif you pay him cash charged and tliecontents entered the young nians abdomen killing him instantly Tile funeral took place yesterday at Mt Zion church The sad affair cat a gloom over the entire neighborhood where the young man had many friends and great sympa thy is expressed for the bereaved parents and brothers and sisters New Business House SpringfieldMr William T Leachman win receive the announcement with interest that he has arranged to embark into business for himself and will add another merchantile house to Springfields list There is probably not a more widely known nor a more popular young business man in Springfield than 4shefriends He has literally grown up in the merchantile business in Springfield having clerked Jn the tores of the town for a number of years He knows thQ business thoroughly and he knows the people of the commu nity and their itastes which makes him a well equipped man for the business Mr Leachman has rented a goou stand on Main Street and will handle a line of gents fur nishing goods He will carry a complete stock of the best and latest fashions and his venture s1ouldWa success from the beginning He expects to be ready for business at the begin xiingf the JJfwyear r 7w Vk1 iIitVi i A j Slaughtert 0offrbsf p Iz Now going CR In our J t Jj l I ThIkIS8 DtI ii Wehave tornay Ldi Tilor tlSuits and we are going iomoYJ themoutiflowIpric ITheyI qaBdlbq The assortment ofsizess IIttvery gio at Present SO dOl ttllftbon i iiifJCojjie Before loorfSile jji sGgnet Some 1lc sold at 25 20 and E Ji 1it10 now go for 10 S750 and tS f i rtiit style J OIoaksoffegiarpri JfI II 3 Wohave few Ladies Cloaks carried over which we will 3sell at your 0tt Price Som9 very good things in this 3 lot for SI ft2 and 3 each that formerly sold for 7 t6 llI3 515 each v t1f 3 Please bear us in mind when in need of SHOBS w of any description as we carry an ello mousstockSbo s 5 1 3 Rubbers Felt Boots etc k J r Spcia1PilcesC s OllB1allkOt arutOoinrorts F5 filil tSS it t RESPECTFULLY r I ri Robertson BrosI fittpf- ha == EtEr3 IEEQ fl m 4ij i m Special I i Ckthingsa1egI ilii j IIoffer our CUstomers inducements in wour Clothing Department whihJ1SI jMQVE TFiE STOCKH m Which vehow haveion hand We t han I I tr die the celebrated gopds ofHeldrtianrq Heldman Cpf makers of fine Cloth WIiingfor men f FOR BOYS We make leaders ofItl J Etlinger Co manufacturers 5 54rfandSuj s arid haridIe OBryan I Bros Railroad OveraNs the best on the market Call and see our general line W of Dry Goods arid furnishings U- iin Griindy W Glaykoob Mclntiw bkJ j a Jq H ZifiE 1JE1I1 t jt Groceries at Cost I That is what OlSfen the Grocer ig giving His customers tlOW and here ai0 the prices to prove it Sv 1 f Salmonoldor15c now 3 for25c- 7 Salmon sold foj 20c nowJor iSo j tPeassold tiPtas lIl French Peas sold for25o now for Oc r Asparagus sold fop SocnawforSOcV Heinz B Beans sold tr 15c now 2 for 25c cJfCord sold for lOco now 3 for 25c i fr 1i0Peaches sold for 25c lib w for 20c j Peaches sold for 20c now 2 for 30r S Pickles sold for 25c now for 20c l Pictcles sold for loc now 2 for 25c Pickles sold for lOc now 3 for 25c V Mustard sold fOf lOc now 3 for 25c Salad sold CTomatoOlives sold fdr lOc now 3 lor 25c Tomato Ketchup soliforloonow2tor2 India Rihsh soil for loc now 2 for 25c These WllllIcild xTfeysftI and Ho1idaygoodsavjngdajy- H H ONan Jr J Holiday Confections I JQst brought on forthe ftill liRe of FIN CAKES Etc- TOYS A andF CaH J TII1TT 77 i ErJENS 5AD R okdMtIsmeir PStcr of the rJtnan hrcb at BardtAIsd laM Wednesday LglV1fleInrRary Bey patunoo bid KABJ Iriettds in SprilffteJd Hit illness dates tack ttrwdl ssviTering as hstfed with a complication of Ittaad bowell trouble Aii ppnttfam bai lobe pctffoimed tiM It Wf s loo fcte and the besfcof Minal nim ririll not save him Rev Ftt4 r2on was born near IjfaiEt Ifeiin forty fix years ago 80U ot Gol Win Put Ne= a distinguished Confede brMr Patterson en IfffMl this Mimklry afcan early age diocH4 Blanked amongst the aifciriiuiihe l ministers cf hi dtouthi Jffe went toB3rd town fcJSST ftd remained there a uofthePrbytei1 ncburcb tftr iilI He leaves a v iff- vt a4 two children Mr Wm Pat tertwrand little Evylen Patter t MIt t tf f lji lrtn0ioII lot Help Her i TWikIdqey trouble for rears wrti Cri Raymond Conner of Shel fe lFIaJJd the doctors couM jwtht M4 I tried Eolyrs Kidney C MC iitdt1tevery first dose gave nu i ica dlara DOW cured I cannot J s r tM 11th for iToieys Kidne Ciirc It wakes the diseased kIdneys g o tkry wiUfeliminate tht piksiii fro the blood Unless they 4 Lt food health impossible F siiby Wood O rrpbell liwlitedl Cure For Pi1sV tIklHitt Blind Bleeding or Pr trud isPiks Druggists refund moneA iPAZO OINTMENT fails to curt fyiiHiy c5 w matter of how long a1tiJlCI 6 to 14 days First appli catiei giyes ease and rest50c= lJfJNr druggist Wasnt it send SOc in stamps nd it joll be forwarned post tilT ij Y4c I uIM SIe Death f M last Wednesday Emmett WiYlfront9f reighfc conductor in the employ of the Southern Rai Wy Co jeading in Louisville MM to thig city lor thepurpoe bunthlgiiUekicfc In the evening as he was rrning in company with Will JfpCrocklin they started to walk ewer the Duncan trestle three me qpth of the city McCrock lg tightly in the lead when AWJlkfrscm atumbled arid fell tot tt iirrwind tweuty feel below a oe kk neck causing his Li Lrtt atn JCcCi kil1 Went C ihiMasquickIy as possibe but wu too late to rencief any ser Toc Gomiog hastily to this city rMcGrocklin summoned assis iaoc and returred with Dr G E Davis S K Fowser and dthtrs tothe 3cen of the acci dentr Too body was brought to tJak city and a coroner jury was ummon d which returned a vet dkjtofaccidedtal death Wilker ott was a married man and leaves ioawife and three children He was wtllkoown hero and was one of the most popular men on the roadV Ther malns were taken to Lpuiaville on Thursday night Anderson News S E ED TIME- 1Ji experienced farmer his leairned that sonje 1lrainsr iuirefar different soil than others some crop need differ enthandling than others W He knows that a greatV Vdealdepends upon rightV rightitmust be kept enriched No use of complainingV in summer about a mist take made in the spring yV Decide before the seed ispintedV TJfe best time to reme VdywastingI conditions in the human body is be fore the evil is toodeep roed At the first eviVdtoce of loss of flesh Scot s Emulsion should be taken imme dw4cly There is noth Ving that will repair Wasted tissue more ckly or replace lost leebmoce abundantly than Scotts Emulsion k riand builds op tB body when ordi day foods absolutely iIiL viimjriuJoJa 4WkFNe Be tare tht tbfe Public Me Raving decidedVie move Scuth 1 will n Monday December 26th 1904 at Court Yard Gat3 atI o clock PM offer for sale my Store House which iis one of the best lo Lions for business in SpliD field and which was rented at 300 per year before the front was change to modern iron and plato glass front OV t storeroom is flat of four rooms and halt fop dwelling supplied with water works stairway entrance back and front Store hovs and flat are now rented at MOO per annum payable quarterly notes secured and negotiable chicH will be transferred to pur ehsrViI will also offer fcr sale the well known residence on Main Stiecit The Thunnau Houe whfcli has been recently change idsicle to moaeru finish bst ta pestry paper rew grates tilet hearth and etc Jargelofl best neighborhood and very desirable location Terras one half cash balance one and two years wib lion to secure payment of defer red purchase price or all cash iif so desired by purchaser Each property is insured against tire at very reasonable rates Thur man House has paid up insurance fprV three years which will be transferred purchaser by purohas 4r paying for unexpired tam See these pro pertits and be on time Respectfully1V if G MARS IELD Sparkling1 eyes and rosy cheeks restored by Ubtng DeWitts Little Karly Risers so writes SP Moore Nacogdoctics Tex A certain cure for biliousness constipation a smalj pin easy to ttake easy to act Sold by alt druggistsV The health and fragrance ard itrenjrth of the great pine forest are oudensedin Pine lesa new discovery put up in a now way A Cure for all Kidney Blood and iSladder diseases Backache Lumbago and ever torm of Rheumatism Pineules rid the system or impurities byHaydon Phar mac VV iB Qnick Not a minute should beIIlost when a child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Remedy given as soon as the child become boar c or even after the croupy cough appears will prevent Ihe attacknever falls and is pleasant and safe to take FUrsale by Haydbns drugstore Underground Survey Mr Tom Yolridge has fontifi ed himself gainst the ravages of any future drouth The big cave that runs nnder Stringtown goes under his place A lost riyer runs through this subterranean cavern and on last Thursday he got Mr Ike Hendren the sur veyor to strap two ladders to gather and go down ino his place and survey it so tbat he could lo- cateaplace where be might tap this stream and have water in ab undance During this under ground exploration Mr Hendreu by misstep fell into a pool of water of unknown depth but Was pulled out by his assistants Harfodsburg Herald A Thriving Industry VJ4 WHughesahdLWBcam colored d9 an immense busitesa in poutryV They hrfve recenty erected atV Voodlawn a large building for handling poultry The structure is 35 biGtfeet With ten foot shed Between forty and fifty hands are con stanty empfoyed preparing the pbuluy forr market About 500 turkeys are slaughtered per day and shipped to Louisville Geese and dncks are also shipped gUf es Beam are payin2It cents per pound for turkeys on foot and want all they can get Last year they handled 3000 turkeys and expect to double the number this season This iis a thriving indnstry and the promo ters deserve crqdit for bringing it to such proportsonsStand- ard iNn More Suffri If yeA arc troubled with Indigestion Set a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and see bow quickly it will cure you GaoV A Thompson cf Spencer Iai says Have hAd Dyspepsia for twcn years ftly case was almost hopeless 011dedi 011 the only thing that has relieved me Would not be without it Hatfe doc tored with local physicians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway with hopes of getting some relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that has done me any good and I heartily recommend it Every perse n suffering with indigestion or ia should use iiftJ told by all- Vp45 chapped Hpsand IVeVjjis the u iccst- applicaUolt1 itr Haydons HEALTH I dont fednk we could keep house without Tnedfordi Black Draught We kayo used it in the family for over two years withl the beat of remits Ihsvoziothads doctor in the bcnue for that length of time It ian doctor in itself IUJd B1wyi ready to snake a pereOnwall Mdhappr JAMES HALL Jackponvillo juV Because this great medicine relieves stomach paius free the constipated bowes mid iinvigor ates the torpid liver and weak ened kidneys No DOCTORi- s necessary in the home where illkeptcountry miles from any physi healthforyearstheir only doctor Thedfcrds BlackDraupht cures bilious aQdfeverdiarrhoea constipation colic ailmJ1tbecauseliver and controt THEDFORDS BLACK RAUGT1 Dont Bra Knocker If there isany chance tD boom business boom it says an QX change Dont pull a long faro and lock as tho you had a sour stomach Holdup your head smile and look for better things Hide your hammer and try speak well of others no matter hpw small you may really know tttrdalgerIgreatest town on earth and it is p nit discourage him b speaking ill of your neigh burs Lead him to believe that he has at laststruck a place where jwhie people live Dont knock Help your self along by brcom ing popular and push your friends with you Its dead easy Be a good felow and soon sou will have a procession of followers No man ever helped himself knocking other people down inV character and business No man ever got rich by trying to make others believe he was tha only man in town who knew anything You cant climb the ladder of success by treading on i o hers corns Kfcep off of the corns and dont knock You re not the only There are others s nd they have brains and knows methicg as well 8s you Theres ho end of un mind ing your own business It makes other people like you Nobody gets stuck on a knocker Dont be one Be goodV Deafness Ciiinol Be by locvl applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only One way to cute deafness and that iis by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucons fin ingpf the Eustachian Tube When this tube is infianfed you have a rumb ling sound or imperfect hearing and when itis entireij closed Deafness jis the result and unless tho inCarnation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hear ing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Cat rrrh which iio nothing but an inflamed con dition of thc inucbufl surfaces We will give One Hnnnred Dallars for any case ofDeafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrli Care Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for Constipation A FnileBeJ Horse Running like mad Jowu the street Uuoipiog the occupaut o hundred other accident are ever day occurences It behooves overybody to have a reliable Salve handy and thores none as good asfJuqkIens Arnica Sake Burns Qut5 Sores Eczma and Pills disapeear quickly under its snoWing effec 25c at CJ Hay dons Drug StoreV Suit filled Attorney General Hays has filed suit in equityin the Franklin Circuit Court on the b nrd of Henry Bacpn Samuel Fulton and John A Fulton composing the Globe Printing Company for 2426084 The actionis to re cover the amount above stated into the treasuary on excess of a bill of 2826081 alleged to have been illegally paii August28V02 on 9500 teachers record register and grade books and 9500 trustees record books It is alleged said books were worth not exceed ing 54000 that the paper furnished was inferior and not Crane By rn Watson1 paperbid on Fratkfort Journal tojeyys Kidney Guts kkzs er btLLr it Ncfariws Acts TheVGreetsburg passenger train seems to be a general target on which criminals of the county practice their nefai ions acts Be tween Loreito and Chicago Sun daynight as that train was com Ing towards this city on its rfg Liar time it struck an obstruction on the track that tossed the en gme about so severly that the engineer bslived it woud leve t e track but fortunately passed over safely The train wistopp ed as quickly as possrble and when investigation was made it was found that a lage wooden farm gate had been placed across the track the slats of which were crashed into hutulrads of pieces 1 and iiwns tlu u e nest accident that the train passed overit with out bfeieg derailed If such acts continue tT go unpunished or be slightly considered by our courts it will soon become dangerous for people to travel at all Falcon BlmOn Colic ryuItxiV Take double doac of Chamber na Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indicaiiod of the disease appears and a threatened at tack may be warded off Hundreds of people use the remedjr in this way with perfect fucctss For sale by Hay dons DrugstoreV To Gnrea CC1id III One BaV Take LAXATIVP BROMO QUININE Tablets All druggists rcfuud the money if It fails to cure EW Groves sienatare is on each box z wI nL Spaiding Dead Mr VR Spald ng onoof the most prominent citizens of Leba non and quite well koown in Springbeld died last Friday after a long illnessMr Ppading came of one of the ojdest families in Kentucky which came to this country with Lord Baltimore and settled in the Lourbon State a century and a quarter ago He had many distinguished relatives Me was a sn of Judge LeonardV H Spalding deceased a nephewV of Rt Rev John Martin ing Archbilop of Baltimore Priirate of the Catholic Unurch in America at the time of illS death a first cousin oC John Lancaster Spalding ex Secretary of Sate and exRailroad Corn missioner of Kentucky and a second cousio of the late Arch bishop William Henry Eider of CinqinnaliV He was married to Miss t4ay Emily Kincaid of Danville Ky a sister of Charles E Kincal She has been dead for several yearsVBfackfrjV Blrtcklegs the mot dreaded disease known to cattle men htsII appeared at the Greena iver tHlery where a largo number cf f cattle are being slopped says enV Owerisdoro dispatch Eleven head died yesterday afternoon and there were others affeced- Steps have been taken to pre vent the spread of this disease Dr Masgana was called as soon as it was known that the disease existed in the her and has vac- cInated the cattle A piece of fish from one of the cows that died has been sent to the State I veteritarian and ahotoJDi We Oormick ofHopkinsvilleby 1J- tMaFganaFrankfort Journal IpritH null Anrtiain LO41O1- Ferns mid autnmtf teayei asCTirlJt mas dtrorntkms add groatly to tlie of fcctireio 8 qf the conventional holly mistletoe suit ovwsreens Fen s gratra In hotliocawi rg easily obtained nt the Jiollday season but arc rather expen Sire Aiitiimir lleaveis are ut the coai niand of whoever tins the time Jo gather theni iIn the fall for they OMI le preserved hr all their pristine glory with little trouble Autuinn Jetorot prowd in books while retaining tiiei pjprlaus fQlora lose Mice of thclrvHvo iineiw awl their natural shape but whole brunches of them may ho kept intact by pjpeing tfiom In dry sand in cellar where there Is no dampness ank HKllvldunlllylu Gift The peitbniiHty of the giver expnstt etl in the wrappings about thin Chrtot Julia gift adifa valuy to tile slmplwt of fering After all it Is tlo spttt ot the giver rfither then too gUt VltIOIr which give tie greatest pleasupo The favorite ribbon the slip of iniitle toe the color of tile iamie paper oov orlnir the cwtl whteh lietirs the ChrJit inns groqtlng all espresa ll9ve and well wishing t Uu Torklii Drlslit Idea WbittArC you vulug to give your IniBban for ChristunisVA whole lot of lpoker chips saul yoiuis Mcii Torkiiw sb that he can have all Lcvants vJtloiit havlngto sit up till nlgLt tryirg to win them Vashinc Jn itar 4 FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine liVEN UP TO DIE r 1vansvllleIndwritoswith a kldncr and bladder auectiod Ilostllesh and was unable to work Three phrslclans failed to help mo sad 1 was girea up to die Folcyp Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottLe care me great relief and after taking tha tococi bottle I etirely cared Tw OUw 19 Ctn vut 1OV Saint Nthola I TJeGoQd T tills season of the year It Is cnsy to gucsi who It is that L holds tip fiyjt place In the loarta of the children of Ameri ca Today dear old Santa Claus may be out of sight but lie Is undoubtedly not out of mind He lfe probably re ceiving hundreds of letters dally via the fireplace or through the register routes Melllng of the fond hopes that are fixed upon some especial toy mid In the meantime as it to bring the thought of this genial old saint ever freshly to us on the streets ond In the shops we can see men dressed like Santa Claus In the midst of all this hodsiy tur cri Irov jurny UHdrun over stop tc vll3 Santa Claaa rOSIlY la ott 7 life T1HIEW TImER ronSBS FILLED TH GOLD who ho was for he died ccnluriesngo I know that soiue little girls and boys- arcs longin to guy ziowVOh were too old for that sprt of thing YVeknow there Is ho such peraoii ns iitLta Clum Our presents are given us by our fathers and moth Q11l lknow all aboSt ItfSo fsrns the presents arc concerned perhaps they are right but Avhcii they liwisli dcJir old Santa Claus out of the Tay 1s myth they are quite wrong for Santa Clnus was once as uiucn alive as JUlY little girl or boy who reads ti4VSL Nicholas Krod about the year vOO A D nadi Ue was a bishop Qf the early Chris tlr n qhurch in Asia Minor The nuaie Snnti Chins is merely a different Cnn of his real name just as Carl and Cuaos sreVraryingform8 of the name ChKrtoB and Maria aUd Marie are of irry buriue his holy and useful life St KJcliolas was very good to all the little Children be met giving them present and making them happy Iu every pos sible way lie is therefore to be re membered at this season because it is especially the chlldrpua toast day puJ his memory should bo lkept more green In pur hearts than the greenest leave bf the mistletoe that decorate our homes One story told of St Nicholas liitw how he found tlufcc lovely maid Obi who were very unhappy bccauji Utero tras no ono to take care of theni and tlteJ were sq poor they feared they might starve to dentil The goal oll saint hearing of their grief went anl tapped softly on the window of their homo When It was opened he throW three pareea filled with gold Into the window ul iliki before tile girls couIJ see who it Aras that sent this unexpect ed gUt Tlitf Irext night he did not go but the night following Ue tapped softly again and threw throe wore purses Into tin window lie waited It like time and then threw theJji a thlrdjl present bui did not hide qugkly enough for they aW vrfW it wit thp kind old iisho who lived children an tenderly Of cottrso llipy Avcro cry grateful for lidjilus them tot their trouble tills way Some people think that the cus toni of giving prenents origlnatcd from thlll old legend Germhny they keep the east of St GSicliolas on Dec 0 At thfe time some one dresses in the traditional coijumo by Santn Claus gies prf pIt tq the children wljp haVc b cn good and orrowfuily says I liars npthiiig for you to thenaughty one Philadelphia Ledger J A Coafcuxlon Tlmt Failed Sp you concluded to dispel thq Santa iCbuts my tli from the mind ofrom youugost soni Yes isttd the timouglitful tItis n 1Yoti see thought that it would hJ better to hurt his feelingsf tliqji tto co foripi4tU17Cott tail He laokod at mo pity ingly sid said lie guessed I hajl been one of the bad boja to whomj SanU Chins dkl not jjy any attention AVaahlngtoa Star A Dlioownt For pniih Miss SauUj Xow cblldrcn 1 will give a sitter daRer at Ctotstwuq tn Qvi 8ry boy who hits a perfect murk In ritMlcct VVrufy JkGlnnteiSsiy tejicher Ill take a qtiartor porr n otll itsqUarei Life j40 nnjI Chrli Itv Hi 1 TlcJdtt1e LIIb dscekeuyll 1io1UeJtlllgJah bugs Mamma ndybtlg Why Oladynl What a straujo rottmrk What is tioubllng door VV The Little Latlybug Vhy ClBile Centipad told mo she was gioluar to liang up one While lot of her1 stac iJigsJrTowu Topics A Country Nnn1c For ChrUtmsa South Africa was discovered 4j tic roEluguo wlict were searphln far an ocean raad to India Barthoiomfew Dias was tie commander of the two little ships that formed tae exposition in HSG Eleven years later Dn Gnma took unotbftr oetugucse fleet sauth lIeftllsc eV Nnthh on Christmas 1Yf a iisuied COU5eiIOflCC Clirlatmn Docoratlojfe1 1fi Arizona Lariat LarryGit xn ycr lassoes boys Here comeo a biiflcb of lOdes jut what wo need to decorate our Christmas tree Vi HINTS FOR FARMERS Cows IB ilte Hay Fieia- Hecentiy we crossed a ueily seeded piece over which cows had been allow ed to roam and found It covered with ilertd bunches of grass The cows In eating had pulled up many 0f the new roots which had not had tlnte to get a firm hold It would havq been bet tar to keep thecowa off the liew seeded mowJngiandwhich are cropped right down to hard- pan and are practically baiVail win ter and the owners wonder iwliy their theydocrops the ground Is soft after heavy rains cows running over the fields punch them full of holes and kill out much goo J grass If the feed must be used it is much better to mow mid feed the rowen in the barn and carry back a good covering of stable mamire Stable manure bcsider eurkhlns tho ground aetaxa a ualch trouRh jtlip wInter and it cows tre turned onjlthe Uofd will prevent them from gnawing too pnarr X Vn- rkarRaidng ChrLcin a JPttndlr WAS going home to sppnd Christ I manAs I hrd no children In deed was not married holidays especially Christmas bored me I wished thciseasgn were oter and the new year begun The train pulled out of the station and I took 1jip a news topaperSuddenly my paper was VCIUShed back on my face a pair of small arms were thrown around my neck aui the round Cace of a boy about four ycjirs old was thrust within an inca of my nose By what right lie assumed to treat a per feet stranger In this demonstrative fashion I could not conceive VYou little scaini what do you nieauir Im goin home to spend Christmas At that moment the conductor came along for tickets mind told rro that the boy had been put Iif his Charge lie was to meet his father at SLouIs- The little Imp unclasped uis hands as Suddenly as he hadClaspeU them mid made a dash for tire doo I dashed lifter him reviling the parent who would put a child his ago in the care of a conductor and dragged him back This did ft dozen times during the tIny When not trying to get on the platform he was trying to sell an old knife no blades to the passengers to raise Christmas money At first they put him away some of them impa tiently others gently butt he was so persistent and got up such remuarlabie financial schemes that at last every one in the car was laughing at him There was something lii this Irre sponsible naturalness that won my heart At nightfall since there was no to pay any atlcntlanj to him I called the porter fed him and told him to mdUe up the cljilds berth Avhich happened to be directly opposite my own Then the boy got secpy and I told him the sutll1nuniwas com- Ing around to weight his lids and If he ldnt keep awake till he was un dressed he wouldnt see the old fellow I wished to keep him awake till the j rAIK OF SMALT AKHS WERE TnilOWH AUODND MX NUCKt porter could undress hjflj Neverthe less hi foil asleep thIN arms and as the porte was busy I concluded to un dress him immysclfV Wtke Ui J said shading hlmt lIe openiid hls oycs lHis the sand luau b cIJuunitwn hjs flrst jncs iiOU I should think so long flgo Its bed tlme1 It was a hard hunt I hadiinn over his 1ttle body for buttons but I found them Ills shoe luces wer inn knot hilt I untied them and put hUn to bed In his undergarments Giving me a bUg like k bear cub lp fell back otj the pillow and waO1 tsietdp betroI could co eu him up Before turning iu myself I took in look at hal to assure myself he was nil right Drawing time curtains the lamplight toll on his face What a piefiire of Uiuoccnpc Where was he going He didnt know Who took care of him lie ddiitcate Perhaps time parent who hail sent for him WnS at that nicrmont anxlbas about Ida and regretted letting him come Insuclm a way l1ndu drcd that lie would wake urt 1i the middle of the night with coHc But If his parent worried if I worried there was one who was net In tIme least troubled about him It was himself VIn the night dreamed tlat I was be jug Karratd I nvole ni fjul my olT tightly clasped iroml thy utvkr I put my hand up tto discover what was choking nio and felt a tiny mr with n band on It na bigger than my watch and five flDf t little fingCK t stream of lamplight came la whore the curtijins hung looser It rcvealcJ the boy sound asleep How he tJot there I didnt know and I doubt if he knew himself ThpnestfmornUiijlJp rcsuifiod his llPg tialiena With tIme nstengers to raise Christmas money but the wait inipudeut tIming he diui was b tusk me if lie Isttd not lent me 3 cents the iisht before This to me who lud spent money for him mimi had taken sujli care of humVI felt a touch on my 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