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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 wi r t M3WS=LI3ADER rEci SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APEIL 6 1905 100 x YEB D Thgpson 1 k At f b yor t 4- t s Judge IMrY t ca- iM idays 7o pin atlOam cdacdayoie Ia cii1i pastor am JbooLcyerTLrr M7 ofclock fiiias1orLi t 1- 1io1 atu every etinj lodge tday jo 57 riMect n each mon V- ir Sift8tt ilfa WU iflt ROUND OF TALK Y Li i J M WAklgt w tks GfloiniQht dmes therough and rugged tub ich we with sighs1epkre epringhabrokethThfingc1ubHwoik grasp his hard and horny hand tathonest hand of liisf say old fellow We1t ire planned ir mutual businesses 1 by the turtledove provokes ac pushing of the plow entle stoveembracing folks 0jdnlght unto you now k out the ashes from the bowl brierroot or cob every brav and onward soul Htrfe is a waiting job it your comfort to the case td make a bliss of baleImusic of a jingling trace Setter than a falet I work is pounding a4 the door d action calls andjcries etove is cool In Binghams store d Sam is fighting ilies IgfJtthat erst controlled the plow td heard the dinner horn Benfs sadly oer his ledger now MId dreams of dropping cprn The txrchln whistles with delight A match of merry tunes Tel hear them when his head is white From many weary moons t The jfqys are knocking on the drums Th j battle is begun 3o pt ce again my winter chums r odnightjto every one 5iacge You keep a pile ofcoal- Alleady J inits place Ei iding each congenial soul comes Qn apace fiif1 Stanley Vann Judging from t tr1i1r9BGO indicationsthe- ttions for plan t for storing et t ilbarns for Washington should be a l eco Breaker If the season is t all pyorable it certainly will bel farmers who have hereto tore efused qto be enticed into 1r ireaK ng up their blue grass sods tryj a tobacco crophave this t jrea l pegun preparations for t hatAppears to be the great ione Scrop New barns are beihui1j and a drive throu- ghhiitry will reveal the lull idesj nd rich spots along old fence rowsdotted with canvas coverel bads wher millions of plants are being grown ready for l the 1 tting out season The spring 5o far has been an meal one Jfor plowing and the pros lOts jere neyer brighter forI fEI fe Snting cjf a big acreage ofI tab to What has brought about I this clat movement on the part fpinrefariners to get into the me market and reap some of the hArvesftof dollars Whic is being gathered in every year by their more fpjtunate neighbors TJn doubfedly the main cause is the increasin price which has prevailed hissseason Heretofore hgftQbagco cjop has baen more or lessnteriture as to its profit ablenesl Under certain circum staricesmd with a goodgrade of tim ar4Cle the tobacco grower could A tre fafrly good ieturns for his years work but with the- pricesilch have prevaIled this seas iere is no question about the pro i A grower with just an ordinary grade of the product tIlls yea has realized good returns for hj ior In fact the pincg ltJve been so satisfactory as to indpcea greater effort on the part iof the small grower to increase his operations at the sacrifice of the other crops An other thing which stimulates the planting J f a big crop this year Is the beliQj that higher prices have beAso satisfactory Us to induce offgreater effort on the part of tl small growers to in crease hlsjbperations even at the sacrifice brother crops Another thing which stimulates the planting ga big crop this year is the beeLthathigtier prices have comtstnpThe attempt on t1iepat of the Growers com pany alth ugh a failure served to arouse1 hilfiCrmers to a reali sation of tie ta thatthey mus organize a the partial organii e tzation wJli was made clearly oiia1li Ihe beneficial 1it J have on prices ihat Itiis year an irijl Be formedI t4J c men will ie and will bohu p14o1 6 agaitist i i t AT5WWiSh toenjer L j apettononjbo part of tHepoor people and others of the town to the Mayor andS Board of Council about a small but important matter It is in regard to the public wells of the town and their condition Many of tee poor families of the town who are not able to afford the conveniences of the water works system must depend on the pub IJc wells which are good enough when kept in repair Nearly all of thepumps for these wells are useless for the want of a small expenditure in the way of re pairs VYjth a few dollars ex pended several j public wells which are now useless could be made available for public use The argument has been made and we have heard it credited to members otthe council that pole who want water should patronize the waterworks We are loth the believe that any member of our town council should take such a narrow minded view of a public matter The poor taxpayers are entitled oas much consideration in these public matters as those who are able to afford luxuries and the Springfield Water Electric Light Co certainly gets enough patronage from the town without need of this apparently indirect assistance from the city officials The attention of the officials we understand has been called to this matter before but to no ef fect but we trust that in justic o all classes the council will tale the question up and act It is a small matter but important to u large number Beware of Ointments for Catarrb That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be nice except on prescrirtions frcm reputable phy sicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Curemanufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contasns no mercury and is taken internally acting direct ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ofthe system In buying Halls Ca tarrh Cure be sure you get the gen uine dt taken iaternally and made in Toleoioby F JVChenev Co Testimonials free Sold bY Druggists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation Mackville Miss Mary McSettrick und Joe Thompson werer visiting Mrs Will Leachman near Fairfield last week Mrs Josie Mayes has returned home after spending the winter in the country with her sister We are gladto report our sick people all very much better Mrs Lizzie Anderson and her aunt Mrs Oloyd have returned to the city after spending a week or two with her brother who is ahnost wellagain Mr Oakey Cloyd and wife have rented rooms from Mr Josie Mayes Mr Charles Camden sold a saddle horse to Oscar Sweeney for 105 Hatchett Camden sold a pair of mules to Grigsby Bros Price not given Cheap Colonist Hates March 1st to May 15vetjY cheap Colonist rates daily to California arid the Northwest via Missouri Pacific By and Iron Mouqtam Route froni St Louis or Memphis Through Pun at1 Tourist Sleeper daily via Missouri PacifiicKy through scenic Colo rado to California leaving St Louis 1010 PM Through Pul man ToaVisfc Sleeper to Califor nia via Iron Mountain Route through Texas eyery Tuesday and Satuadayi leaving St Louis 8aO A M Personally conduc ted tours For descriptive liter Iature rates anctyjtc see ticket agents or write R T GMat ithewsP A 301 Norton JBldg Lonisytlle K7 I CTORXARaia k ATh a l r K z Brought Back United States Secret SeVvice Agent S A Donnella who went to San Francisco twoweks ago after Luke Ray the alleged negro coucterfeite and murder er returned last nght with his prisoner He was accompauied by A S Dingley Deputy United States Marshal ofthe Frisco district and George W Hazel of the Government secret service Ray after two years freedom was arrested in California by A SVDingley on ihfonpatiou fur nished by Mr Donnella who worked up the case Ray is nov locked up ia the Jefferson county jjiil where he will remain until after his trial in the Federal Court on the charge of passing raised bills Ray is a light colored negro of apparently more than ordin ary intelligence and the clothes he wears betoken a prosperous career since leaving the South He refused to tell of his wan derir gs through the West and the only voluntary statement he made was I would like to know how in the h they got me Evidently he was worry ing more abput how his secret got out than about his future prospects V When the Federal authoritips are through with Ray he will be taken to Barren county to an swer to the charge of killing Henry Sheipar near Cave City twoyears ago He isalso anted in Memphis for breaking jaI- lRaywilh Irving Toller another negro is charged with raising one dollar bills to the denomination of S10 and pass ing thetn on the public They are said to have Hooded certain parts of Kentucky with their handiwork They were discovered sleep ing in a box car near Gave CitYtby Henry Sheppard who attQmpted to slip a pair of nip pers on the wrist of the sleep ing men Ray pulled a revolver and shot Sneppard who died a few days latter of his wound 0 The tomen then escaped and made their way to Chicago and afterwards to Memphis where they were arrested They broke jail there in bread day light and although Toiler wasI captured inTennessee the secret seryice men never got near enough to Ray to arrest him un til two weeks ago Sunday t Herald croup is quickly relieved and whoop ing cough willnot run its course if you use the original Bees Laxative Honey and Tar This Cough Syrup is different from all others because it acts on the bowels You can not cure Croup and Vhooping Cough until you rid the system of all congestion ty working off the cold through a copious action of the bowels Bees Laxative Honey and Tar does this and curer all coughs croup whooping cough otc No opiates Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Lebanon Property Sold Four pieces of property be longing to the estate of the late- R B Lancaster werd sold Sat urday afternoon by Messrs B IL and J A Lancaster the exe culnrsof the will The proper ty generally speaking sold lowI The brick business building on Main street now occupied by Courts Spalding was bought by R Y McElroy for 4700 The Auditorium on Depot street used asa factory by the Cleayer Horse Blanket Co was bought by Dr E Kelly for 5505 Yonug Scearce bought the 33 acre tract of land on Jacksonsi Lane fbi 1551 A tenement house just back of the Lancaster mill ind to the west of the elec tric light factory was bought by C C McGill for 610 The land purchased by Scearce Young for 1 551 originallY cOst Mr Lancaster 3000 and he after ward had it tiled and made other Improvements atconsiderablee- xpenseEntCrPrlSe Make the breath as swcetas a rose by curing Indigestion and sour stom ach with Kodol Dyspepsia Cure A pleasanf palatable reconstructive tisvuobuilding digesUnt E L nabI cock Amberst Minn says I have taken agreat manY remedies for indi gestion but have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol dfi gcsts what YOU cat cures Indigestion l1r stomachs belching all stomach troubles ldvpepStSO Used in the preparation greatest digostant that has ever been discovered Sold bv all J Druggists SHOCKINGSUICIDE 1Mrs Margaret Tyler Becomes De spoi4ent and Swallows Car bollc Acid Wife Deadly Results One of the most shocking tragedles that has ever cccured ia this county was that which oc curred near Fredericktown on last Friday afternoon when Mrs Margdret Tyler wife of Capt Van B Tyler took her own life by swallowing about two ounces of rarbolic acid The desperate act was committed in the presence of the wom ans husband and a neighbor Mrs Lawrence Clark who was spending the day at the Tyler home Mrs Tyler had been suf fering from despondency for some time and later family trou bles it seems had added to her state of feelings until she was driven to her rash act Shortly after the arrival of ber neighbor Mrs Tyler it is said asked her husband if she should die would he take good care of Clew mie their young daughter 1o this the husband replied that he would The desperate woman then put a small viarto her lips and dramed the contents She had swallowed two ounces of carbolic acid and died ia a few minutes as nothing could be done for her immediately after swallowing the deadly dose the unfortunate woman is said to have said to her husband Tyou made medoit The circumstances of a few diys preceding the fragedy re veal an unhappy state of affairs in the family due o the husbands taste for Pquorhich probably cnpl eyed en thevifes mind as to prompt the rash act Capt Tyler who is an ex confederate soldier having served under Morgan is known asa hurd working tobacco grower his one weakness being a penchant for getting on sprEes The first pat t of last week he came to Springfield to deliver bis crop of tobacco vhich he had sold to the American Tobacco Co After receiving the motley for his crop Tyler tarried about town and proceeded to get full He ret mained in town over night and not until the next day when his wife came for him coiijd he be induced to go home The hu miliation in consequence of her husbands behavior is thought to haye weighed so lheavily on Mrs Tylers mind she being of a highly nervious temperament anyway that she was prompted to the desperate deed She was a woman highly respected in the neighborhood and the sad affair has cast a gloom over the corn munity Besides the husband two daughters survive They areMrs Ben lanes and Miss ClemmieThe took place on Sat urday at the New Hope Baptist church Tho Tylers came to this county from Winchester r 4 henge The Law IFully one thousand indict ments have been returned during the past two months by Ken tucky grand juries against the Standard Oil Company The lowest fine upon conviction is 50 in each case This would mean 50000 in fines of which 35000 would go to the Com monwealths attorneys 12500 to the County allot neys and 5 I Your doctor will tell you that thin pale weak nervous chil dren become strong and well by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few days SarsaparillaThe and Very marked Ask your doctor why it is He has pur formula andwill explain IIoeWhen U yejin old many months no thought I could live baitue of thin blood not In a few weeks Ayerj FUmaparllU corn pletely restored me to health aIM E UucKMiNSTfVuVlneUndKf 5100 a bottle c ATJR All drunUU forloweJl The Children iru u-BllloUSflCOfltlPatlOflPVflt covery Cure tf1ete wtZAsPllwt j OOOto the Circuit Clerks bay ing 7 5000 for the State not a cent for any county What does the company care fora little thing like fines If they are assessed and collected the price or oil will be advanced and the consumer will pay the fines thats all We suggest to our law makers that the law be changed and imprisonment for Violating the law be provid ed instead ot fines There would be f wrv1olations of the law ard less work for thd Circuit CourtsSh Thy Record In Wheel Chair Chicago ill Miss Inga HJ1D son convicted of attempting to defraud the Chicago Oity Railway Company of 50000 by means of parjured testimony in damage suits was sentenced tthis morning to an indeterminate term of one to 11t years in the penitentiary The case was the most remarkable in the history of personal injury snits against public corporations Miss Hanson claimed total disability due to paralysis The State proved that for years she successfully feigned the condition she alleged the accident brought to her A verdict first obtained by her was for 25000 The company ape pealed and in the interim the evidence against the woman was secured Wheeled into court on an invalid chair Miss Hanson receivea her sentence imperturbably and was wheeled back to jail MRS HALLS MIRACLE Experiences Simitar to This Have Occasioned Considerable Com meat In Springfield Few women are better known Lockport N Y than Mrs Pattie D Hall as she belongs to one of the best families and has a large circle of friends and acquaintances In a recent inter view Mrs Hall said Tbe experience I have been through in the last two years seems like a miracle I was so badly off that life seemed almost unendurable and my deafness increased so that I could scarely hear anything The suffocation in my chest and the indigestion causad by my catarrh produced very severe suffering I had five different physicians bought eve ervthing that anybody recommended to me but finally gave up in despair One day my milliner asked me if I had ever tried Hyomeii 1 began the treatwent and can thankfully testify that Hyomei does cure this terrible disease Since using it my hearing is greatly improved arid the only time I have any catarrhal trouble is when I take cold I then use Hyomei and always get instant relief My friends and acquain tances marvel at the change In my health and hearing Hyomei has made many cures of cat rrhand in connection with Hyomei balm of catarrhal deafness in Springfield Simi tar experiences to that pf Mrs Hans have created a large salet for Hyomei with Wood Wells The complete outfit including whileIare Ask Wood Wells to show you the strong guarantee under which they sell Hyomei I Stabbed by Sweetheart Laucrister PaRalph W Kline aged twentysix years an artist was fatally stabbed this afternoon by Jennie Good aged eighteen Kline and Miss Goode wWe members of a party who were fishing near Long Park Kline and the girl had a quarrel during which Miss Good threatened to cut out his heart Thinking that she would not execute her threat Kline threw out his chest and told her to stab She did plunging a knife into his breast near th heart He is at a hospital unconscious The girll fled and has not yet been arrested k K Triefalt True Frieii One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has bean curing coughs colds croup and vrhoopin cough so long that it has prcveB iteelf to be a tried aad true Id4Hld to tbemany who se it Sold byallflruggita I SUBSCRIPTION l I044YE4R 21 f Home Madeit e Have your cake muffins and teabi1 cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty wholesome t Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife to produce athome quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake eta M t hot biscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and v muffins with which the readymade food fund at the bakeshop or grocery does not compare 4 Royal is the greatest bf bakeday helps BAKtm POWDtU NEW J iiliili8WHHH IJ Jdi or LOCAL INTtRtSTji21Ml M M M ROADS Our correspondent Uno contributes the following remarks on the subject of roads We cannothave good roads un til rock crushers Ire put into operatlop and a good man at the head of it all to see that it isoperated properly The roads are in Very bid condition in several places even theroad bed is exposes this will never do- w cannot have them repaired unless wehavje something to re pair them with and the quwtiop iswhat are we to get and how are we to get it well suppose we buy a couple or rock crush ers and have rock crushed to suit the place that needs repairing We also need several graders to grade the road prop ralyj give it the proper drainage ditches should be made upon each side of the road to lead the wateroff and not wash the roadbed out Next the road should be made full in the center so as to drain the wafer to the ditohes and not wash the rock and sand to one side or into piles where it is needed less These things should have attention and be so constructed as to keep from wearing out in alyear or so We also think that so many culverts should be done away with as they weaken the road to a cer tain extent HOUSES HIGH Horse traders are commenting on the high prices and scarcety of good horses this spring Really high class horses have allbeen bought up apparently throughout the country and good prices are commanded for all good roadsters or saddle horses It is thought that the good demand and high prices on horses will greatly stimulate horse breeding among farmers and stock men this season and more attention will be paid 10 the industry dur ing the next few years than has been in the past There is cer tainly no branch of stock raising that pays better returns than the rising of horses and mule colts and there Is always a ready market for both STUMPS Our Hillsoro cor respondent contributes tbe fol lowing in regard to trees and stumps One of the largest syc amore rees of this vicinity was cut last week It was on the line between J W J HeSet n tIes and measured on the stump feet in diameter Itcontaiied three swarms of bees and lots ot honey Thestnmp pf the larg est oak tree in this community on the farm of J M Sheilds commonly known as the Dudgeon place It measures 27 feet in cir uDifence The tree was cnt a few years ago by Y Ji Will Jams and made Into boards anti railsft was a very valuable treand was knowsas the lammo Oak1 ACHANGE There hps been a changefof ownership ini the drugstore ot Wood Wells Mr Glenn 0 Wood having sold his interest in the business to his partner Dr Wells Tfc bslMii will be cwitiaatd by Dr JPrjot WI Wells in his ijfcine AS splJ 4i I 4 1 7 i CO 5 h 7 t I propriorMroodwilh1retained The drug store has rectfntly been thoroughly rtmodeied anti new furniture and fixtures have ben added until it is now a complete modgl of an uptodate drug store Dr Wells baa made many friends duriag his residence in Springfield nabis business ability Is recognized by all We drug store will doubtless jconu4 tioue to flourish and grow inI business kJPl11U1Fin ui fir JFole Co Chicago originated RoBeY and Tar as a throat aBd lug remedy aadea acooaat of the gnat Y merit aid popularity Foleys Hoaey andTar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for FoUys Honey and Tar and refuse ny substi tute offered s BO other preparatie will give the same satisfaction It is mildly Jaxative It contains mo opiates and is safest for children and dcl sate persons For sale by Wood Wells r I Pinesalve act like ft poultice Bsi tbi g in the world for boils barn cracked hands tetter etc Sold bj Haydons Pharmacy MOORESVifcLE Born since our llutto the wife of T B Hughes u 10 pouocfk boySanfredjMoee4 There was a good njMKil icrowct out to heir Rev AtJcin preach at New Hope church last Sunday A Miss Baker talked to I malt udianceof ladis at New tope church last Saturday morn tog She will talk next Sataiv qay evening at the ame place at 2 oclock Her object M to t organize a Womans Aid Society Sunday school hat been organ ized at New Hope church aDd will meet every Sabbath morn ing at 980 A H Yaricay was chosen as anperiaUncfent Mtes Myrt1 Croake secretary Mis V Tucker MiM Della Croak Mr v Ham Sheban and K L Gr y rV teachers 4 Messrs Yocnm brothers sold their todacco last week to Mr B D Lake Jof Sprk1geld Iort v lOc and 5c per pound The tobacco pink are co J ing up nicely and a larg acrNgsf will be set out this aupmcr Miss Nancj Mane and MiMjfi Ellis visited Miss Nancy Ellis v last SIIOday T JNaIaFarDeWitts IVittle Kirlr Risrl tk faaoms little pUla tjave riMs famoue ky tbcir eertaia yet kamlcM 7 aadgeat1ctIoii upoa tiM hwtkimdL liver They hay 1taeqwUlwWlici dess coHstipaWoa etc Tlrtjr 4e set tweaken the at ktcrl c kt you feel sick Once wed always pee ferred T14y Itrts itl Ni sewIIYOr allDntuIstae 1H 1 t t ItIsdtMCMlttSCtaee41kOC free fyourself from tW itee lerts e a coW UHleae yew aMtft UK w4 Bees Laxative xMla41afac 1 f thehoweleal xfvali e tthe yte Them cas lskeet M4 ireagtinaiaff A J wp a e thloatI4l5S t s wmgc sa4aUL aM BroIi4 l a 4ialthQngima1Bse Luath Honey AM Tpr 10a4 by 1f Pharmacy a T rT TW r YAial THE NEWSLEADER Jc 1 Tt4YJ 1JnietA YEAR IN ADVANCE 2 rtf Yst Z tt5tP SPRINGFIELD KY B LDAvisfcN Jr t 1 JIJ 4bi W tAeal or tt M motices 10 cents inllu8aea1n perI CaUs pa uu Uerj panto per line IsTot work done at low rates but cash last be paid delivery of goods AdTwtUiBf on liberal Nt I ntralCts ct 250 3 C aty CMlcem 50 fliitrtet paces 1tX r55- t THURSDAY APRIL 6 1905 jqr t 1r41t n iirp Hr i The welcome lvfpresidi I Roosevelt on the Occasion of his hoipitiWThWt daywaSi e Vll bdt rEdj Ken3k1 1irecI1 Y not so elab9rnte fo qsplay was n n t feLslfi drtyldn fsfrtcei and tlainly Show d t AfJenuin e F PLJ IT esteem in which our president ifJh hvr t 1Pgii 4t p a u Vtf2e a hitch or an unpleasant incident c The escort which welcomed the Presittn1 tn kcbnlpJi1a thifil pihrough the city was made up lloft distinguished citizenBOf ttI tc 1d of jduisvilie botn iioomtS 1 r Repuiansi q etws laeje a18of the G it R All paId homage to the iqan of the hour Y TheodoreIlobsevelt r Judge Edwhrc1FDtinne Dem 6erat was electee Mayor Pf JhK csigo over John MHarlan Re publican by a plurality of near 4y 25000 yptes By the result Jof the election the cityiscommit tedto municipal ownership of public utilities and the exting Taishment at the earliest practi i cable date of private franchises for such enterprises jJ F rohAbut YOUr stomacb If your digestion is bad the vitalor t gansofvpur body are not fed and- knourished as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion and all stomach troubles You forget you biye a stomach from the very day you begin- taking it This is because it gets a rest recuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthy that it troubles you no more Sold by all Druggists T 11 MAUD 0jj Mr Jack Shehanrwife and son r Oscar spent Sunday wth Mr Johtfwirgiir and wife Mr Neal Bodine and wife and Miss Lill Shehan spent Sunday with Mr Peter Shehan Mr E S Goatley wife and two little sons were pleasant guestsat Greenwood Hill Sunday r y Little Miss Beatrice Shew maker spentlast week with her grandmother Mrs Kate Shew maker Jttr Jini Grgsby wife and beautiful little daughter visited friends in Nelsonlast week The ChristianE Endeavor met with Miss Louise Settle Satur day evening All present re port a jolly time essrs H T Virgin and Ed SpringtieldSSaturday on business Mr John Virgin and wife vis ited at the home of Mr Thomas Reed of Valley Hill Monday Mr Hamilton Shehan was the guestof Mr TB Virgin Thurs day Mrs Pete Shehan and daugh ter Miss Josie called to see Mr Albert Shehan Saturday who is Very ill at th s writing Mr Willie Shehan and wife spent Sunday with friends here Misses Nellie Andrews and Hallie Huston were guests of Miss LouiseSettleSaturday night Mrs Jennie Barlow and son Dixie have returned to the home of her parents after spending last w ek at the home of Mr Neal BofJine I agree with Uno on the road quejBtion rOT I think that some thing pught to be done to the rOldsand bridges 11 MrTifen Ouli wife and little j 6o of Pplin Mr Jerome Thom jiiand wife of Chaplin visitedr irtltSe home of Mr James Oull Saturday and Sunday With best wishes for the News Leader I remamt f FRIZZLE HEAD I JlC BROY1f LEGHORNS Eure tI uredc kens highSsis 4 nnybirds1t f = EjsIr151Ms SjilpgfielL1 Ky IIJN HM fiiWui fdiilii fiWtliWH WHHHHHiiHWWiiH i ttctv ftA i IItIPpefnl o ftiiotyip1c as Reported by our Correspondents mmi Hillsboro t Miss Flossie Armstronlr one fQur thoru19foi hes- fhitSre rne rrnrvmiti 1 f relatives near Tatham John Montgomery and daugh ter Miss Mattie of LvJJe who were up to attend thjj funeral of liar returned obti1pmer1 Igting along well with tfiThr Work and it looks as if there will be a large com crtfp put out aRjyellas tobacco MeyrepprlUt jfresenV jm abpn- danceQplgpts and tiutess a froeze or sometHsng WsV desirous them 4P9P e vpl pWt 1r plants young4ni Junday allVmires What is the JennieflT Even Sales sold a horse last jjeejs totfCvRodgers of Leb anjon for 200 Mrs Annie iGpdbyjpold tvyp hordes to Mr Snjder tW6r SiOOTand the f porpjier J M fhgoi sold jhis crop 1 of tbput 9CiQ pounds to MrMqss for 93 4cents llihnStiewma1tar i1d wIfe of Sycamore Valley visited the family of rRbtittiM Haltingly Saturday and Sunday They fiaviJ gone to House keeping on the farm of Mrs Harry Shew maker I WGCammack of Wardsvilleof TtlTe pSpuiar dep Anderson county visited his daughter Mrs J D Sutherl- andturdl S4clay T Scott Mayes andR F Neal were the guests of J M Shield Synday They were over at our church Sunday evening and aided us in organizing Sunday Stho1 Jf other parts cf the county arens solid for Maves for Congress as we aye he will cer tainly be put in race for1the nomination two years bence It is true that we will bate to give him up as Qounty Attorney for he has made a good One and has ever faithfully done his duty but we are inIinedtb think that Dave Smiths seat in tlpngress can never be better filled than by our county man We are al regardless of politics for him first last and all the time Let us neal from the other corres pondents in regard to the race Let us puthim in the race for he will be a winner and the Fourth District will be proud of his record in all future time to come The remaining two months of the public school at this place opened Monday with Prof Peters as teacher and a good number in attendance We learn that the fall term has been promised to Miss Adams of Fenwick A large cowdwas out Sunday evening to hear the Rev Hos kinson of your town but unfor tunately he missed the road and failed to get here and the crpsd became impatient and left before he arrived While waiting for SundayScoo1 A 1 which promises to be one of sue efor theyej isa Jot of interest manifested in the work by all Toe following officers were elect gar Kupt A7 0 Anderson Asst Supt T W Sutherland Secretary Miss Maggie Montgomery These officers are energetic and active in the work and wilput forth every effort possible to make it success The North Bend Brother tells uswhy Cbaplin River was so named can he or any reader of the NewsLeader tell us why Salt River was so called and whbt wade it a safe retreat for all de feaed candidates What brought about the expression so familiar not only in Kentucky but in other States He wiJl take a voyage up Salt River or after the man defeated Hehasgone up salt River Robt Montgomery a promi nent young farmer of this vicin ity died at an early hour Saturday morning after a lingering illness of consumption of many months While death bad been daily expected for some time it came as a severe shock to the family and his many friends Deceased was in the 27th year of age and had for several years been a faithful member of the- N W Hope Baptst church He leaves a wife and two small chil dren and a host of relatives to mourn his untimely demise He WES an effeptionate husband a tender loving father aud a devo ted friend and in his deathwe lose one of our best citizens but feel that our loss iis Heavens gain in this case His funeral was conducted Sunday morning at Rock Bridge church by Eld W Ezra Sutherland befqre a large crowd of sorrowing friends after which his remains were laid to rest in the little cemetery to aw Nr the resurrection morn May the God of all sorrow comfort the bereaved wife and fam ily in this their sad hour of af flictron and sorrow LILAC Texas Mr Iff T Campbell left here Monday for a few days visit to his family in Louisville Miss Alice Cocanougher Beg brother Charlie were visiting relatives in Boyle county Satur day and Sunday IJr R G McChord of Leba non was called to see Mrs C F KimbeiTin at this prace Friday The following ladies were pleasantly entertained at the home of Mrs R L Arnold Fri day Mesdames W T Kimber lin C F Cocanougher Wilhelm Peterson and Martha Nelson and little daughter Katherine of Marion county Miss Nannie Ray Thurman of Springfield is now nursing Mrs G F Kimberlm E N Kimberlin was in Louisville Sunday Mr Minor Ransdal and wife of Harrodsburg were welcome r parentsRevSaturday and Sunday- W T Barnett and wife and Miss Malvenie Wycoff of Mack ville were pleasant visitors at thei home of Mr Jacob Kimber lin and wife Saturday and Sun dayS M Burns and Miss Dora Dabon Mh Edward Hopper and Miss EffieSeay were callers at the home of R J Young Sunday afternoon Miss Effie Mansfield KimberKn enterained a few friends at flinch Saturday evening Those pres ent were Mr W T Barnett and wife Miss Malvenie Wycoff and R C Goode Mr John Offuttand wife were par1entsMiss FrancesLitsey was the pleasant guest of Mrs J M Begley Saturday and Sunday I Mr Robt Hourigan was call ing at this place Sunday 90 Messrs H A Moss Wilhelm Peterson and Bernard McPherson were fishing Saturdaynight- their luck was as usual caught plenty but brought note home Misses Ida and Pearle Clay brooke of Springfield were visiting their parents Sunday Mr Lou Barker of Fenwick was at the home of Miss Myrtle Robinson Sunday Mrs Clay Brady is able to oe out again after a short illness Rev C D Rowley the High way and Byway preacehr deliv ered quite an interesting lecture at this place Sunday night Mr John Elliott and wife of Jensonton visited the latters partnts Mr R J Young and wife Sunday Born to the wife of John Co canougher Sunday night a fine boy Valley Hill R L Goatley and wife of this place visited Mr Prank Young and family of near Mooresville Sunday Several from this place attend ed church at New Hope Sunday- W K Marks and wife of Springfield passed through our village Sunday enroute to Wood lawn Turner Derringer and wife of this place visited the latters parents at Booker Sunday MrJ A fAll p and wife of Bloomfield were at the home of Mr and Mrs Palmer Grundy of this place Sunday- W iB Balard and wife and W H Elliott and family dined at the home of Mrs W F Moran Sunday Ham Pile and wife visited at the home of Mrs Ben Pile of near Booker Saturday and Sun day n I Headquarters For Men 1 I WISHING A NEW SPRING OUTFIT I ISL iiWTy Leachrnans New Store I iiWhy Because there they find a select line of everything for men to wear at reasonable prices and in very newest 4 styles I CEU8ItAtED 3- HAT t r1 EARE50LEAEN15 purchasedJa Shirts Underwear Collars and Cuffs Neck ffear 1Straw Hats Agent for the Globe Tailoring Co of Cincinnati and also for the old reliable Merchant Tailors Yates Bros of Louisville t A full line of samples on hand Measures taken and a fit guaranteed Call and see me The neatest little store in town t f iMain Street opposite First National Bank tr s J r TheseMoke Housecfeanlngf To be rightly don your housecleaning must include a campaign against iUrms I as well dirt ari IQffefficienttouse modern helps result iDl a without securing as good results akCleaning Helps f Borax will reduce the labor of cleaning wood wI glass etc ti 001 tbtTd and in addition to its cleaning properties is a germicide Ammomais preferred by maY Mixed with the water used for cleaning will remove grease and dirt with ease You wrnui on ri strength ammonia for this purpose Socalled Household Ammoni is wtrmUy dihj costs as much as ours For cleaning windows mirrors etc nothing isi M good Jfwhile for coarser work lye and sal soda are in prJer Sponges and chamote needed and wehave the kind that you want Insecti ides When the housecleaning is being done is the best time to get after vermi- For the protection of your furs woolens blankets etc we have moth etc Forjoaches bed bugs and ants we haye exterminators thatnever5 best rat and mice destroyers Disinfectants In every dark damp place in the home there are millions of disease amount 6fr cleaningwill destroy Cleaning should be followed by a liberal tants Good disinfectants costs too little to do without We hare all the g Chlorides Carbolic Acid Formaldehyde Copperas Sulphur Candles s Formaldehyde Fumigators etcuetc- v We tell youchat is best for each purpose and hovto use iit Other Helps Rubber gloves will protect your hands duringthe trying houaecleanin them smooth and fair Ours are very pliable and have extra song wrists To renew marred furniture we have Furniture Polish that cannot be itevery trace Pf age and gives a regular piano finish There are dozens of article be made almost as good as new with our easy to use enamels paints stains etc No matter what you need for your spring house cleaning jve can supply you with the Jbesi price will be low t t THE RED CROSS DRUG STOR DR PRICE W WELLS Owner Successors tow 4 Weds prescriptions Carefully Impounded Democratic Candtda es 1 The following gentleman were declared the nominees of ther party for the respective count offices at the Democratic I held Washington county Au gust 6th 1904 They are to be voted for at the regularelectioi a November 1905 For County Judge B L Litsey For Co Attorney T S Mayes County Clerk W F Booker Repsenttive W D Ulaybrooke or Sheriff J So OSbourqe Supt of SchoolsJ W Bush For JailerGeo D Catlett For AssessorT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerS M Montgomery Miss Miranda Tucker is visit ing at the home of Mrs James Tucker of Louisville this week Mrs J AWarner and sister Miss Grace Lair and ivfrs T C Tatum visited relatives near here SundaySMiss Elizabeth Mae Gregory one of Pleasant Groves mast popular young ladies acoompa med by Mr William Robertspn of Springfield were in obi midst Sunday aftern onIThomas A Grundy went toI Louisville Tuesday to see IableI city this week Mrs Benedict Jan s ot Janes Avenue visited her mother Mrs M D Reed Fridayr vicinityhaveMr Will Merritt of Pleasant Grove had a car load bf gate and fence shipped to our Station last week He must b6 going to have a new fence before long Who beats th sVaUer Der ringer has a tobacco bed 375 feet long and 9 feet wide with tobacco plants of unusual sizeI fpr the time of the yearIThe conundrums of last week MoorsyilleLletminds fair because Mr Elijah Farris is an inhabitant of that town Billsboro reminds us of a repair somanyhoemakers i Reed Son sold theif crop fof Lobacco to H M Moss at 9 and Jet Monday to be delivered this veek Mr Charles KlatlinglvI of Dear ihis place was called to tile bed james1ontgomeryj who died Saturday morning attI oclock from the effects of a ingering spell of consumption Mr Montgomery leaves a wife ind two small children to mourn lis loss Interment at Reck Bridge Sunday We extend our leart felt sympathy to the be eaved friends and relativesSJoe Mattingly and charming sister Miss Minnie of Pleasant rove visited relatives in this mr lection he The pastSundayjj leveral thousand rods of tow wire fence in the county this spring W K Marks and wife of lidstllMonday wifetJeromefMr William Derringer Sr bought ofJlr Kid well a cpw at 30 and fouf shoats at 10 Mr Tom Boon of Springfield removed to the farm of S P Derringer Thursday where he will raise a large crop of tobacco p purechasedn work a plow from George Deanpaying 45 for same The heavy wind and rain of last Wednesday did considerable damage to fences fodder and renderingrdays Several farmers have pur chased oats from Carroll Kelly at 41 cents per bushel Mr William Derringer Jrrc lurnedhome last week after a pleasanJ visit to relatives JOy ington and Cincinnati He says bcatriding is fine but to witness storms as he did is not so very funny llV B Ballard and son J Lt relatives in Springfield Thursday IDanniela Roddicks of the Science Hill icinity was in our midst Sunday visiting his broth er Sampson Reddicks- Will Deringer has a new Rubber Tire There must be something doing What now William Beam of this place visited the family of Col R K Dugan ofWbodiawn Sunday- I UNO FEN WICK Miss Annie Kellie left last week for Decatur Illinois T R Begley and wifespent Sunday With the family of S C Begley Y John Kelley Vas at Plesrant Grove Sunday to see his best girl r Joe Smith of your town was here Sunday C W Oder was in Poor town SundaySVF LogsdotL visited the family of G W Fenwick Satur day and Sunday aMissthejhomeWalter Adms bought a rubba tCoMrs Will Naliey visited her parents at Mackville last week Harry Janes is very sick atC this writing J B Fenwick and wife spent Sunday with the family ofAlex- tnih Miss Marie Sallee is visiting Miss Hattie Bowl s this weekw It is a pleasure to take Dr Dades Little Liver Pills and enjoy theirtonI effect upon the liver Sold by Halb dons Pharmacy I SIk 1W We carry many articles 1t cessities because tI comfort of Hying durrhave on Kand- vGarden Hosei With all Jxt1lrN aod of will gtawl wear ateat Ice Cream Freezers We askeslI7iispositivelythe bflU I always gives sati RefrigeratorsIl InaJ14 Ttct ooeot See our APW If the housewife can do lie withx ne of these nutchin tA full line of NICq-I and ENAMELED KHc- heMcElroy 3 vAIsurnu1uulllltuttutfl The first National MNGFIICLD KY Ii rII 10000 prflt OFFICERS B LL1tefat Jo A McElroy Cutter I B Cain trotter BookKspsr 0DIRECTORSB L LiteeytJ W Lewis Midst bell IKe1eaHMGrspyJ I ffrait every fatr iI co tatent with isle LLWe sm wltcitei UU11UU1LLLW Public N fie Nottce is hereby given that the oW firm of Wood Wells jMia business s xbrugrgists at Sprlnf fleUT Wtehlnir ton county Ky has this fey dissolved ts business partBeri Md all persons having claims agjtljti said flrat re requested to coise forward and settle Said busine vfnmti altar this date will be coi4dsctd b Prte W- Wc11si4a tie MUM if Tic Red th S Drug Star a tai eM Ui a and your patresi piSWi Mftc tfully solicited This 2ttk diq rch 190 i jsLLs- oa can apply MM I here thei ii Itis Iap bletwttk floza for 1atrodsct ritf 1 pairn iofttaaUy and cure liad btodiBfft itcUng a piles Sold by Hajdon1 ra kinds r- w OENtlST JCTRAC- TEDI1AIN rork Strictly I DR 4 H LAMPTON 5it OFFICE Ja iMM b WFGBIGSBY OfcNEYATLAW Peoples Bank- 1RINGFIBLDS KY BDS MWEYArr- Ios HYATT- s f net Surgeons3 o Clerks Office hrGRAVES j LCTICAL c er and Jeweler of Watches Clocks RA1rin 45 on Main Street iresbyterian church Ky JLtl F TRUSTY PRACTICAL ENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber I ts L V I Dental work raasonatle prices All work guaranteed j ififSPRINGFIELD KY OIIN Y MAYES FUNERAL DIRECTOR HUB LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY19NIQHT74 PRIIUPIELD KY Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule mow in effect on the Bard town Had Springfield branch railroad wNo 41 Leayes Louisville at 440 pm Bardstown Junction J02 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm oTtS Leaves Springfield at i30 am Bardstown 617 amT Bardi own1 Junction 705 am arrives at Louisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 780 am Bardstown Janction ia30m Bardstown 1115 am 1ariives Springfield 1240 pm I No44 Leayes Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm KoQO Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am1Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 985 am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown I Junction 650 pm Bardgtown J 735 p m arrives at Springfield 825 pm t Goimnissioners Sale C C Fdster Plaintiff V S V- SOtha Merritt c Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit 4court rendered at the Feb term thereof 1905 in the above cause I It Imall proceed to offer for sale on tho premises atWillisbnijjr Ky ONSATURDAY APRIL 15 1905 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be big county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of one and two years the following de J scribed property towit A certain house and lot lyIng and being In the town of Willisburg1 Ky a on the North side of Main street be ginning at a point in the ccnter of Main street in Willisbnrg Ky thence vMtb i straight line with Isaac thain deceasedjjjow W B Shir ley fcijmHT riliiTerto Mildred Shirley thence East a straight line to same and corner to Jas Mcllvoyi thence South a straight line with same and corner in center of Mah- istreet thence West with the center of same to the beginning containing one acre more or less For the purchase price the pur claaser or purchasers With approved ecurity or sureties must execute bewl bearing llegal ipterest from date lsale wntil paid and having theforce and effect of a judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms tG LEA HMAN Ct WC Q IiI I TOWN W P w MMV W ITheI LatestII I AHAW4L YftMttMir Friends J1 Md Acquaintances JI IffrrllrIttJ hams id G I Carpenter IOld shop Buggy whips from a dime to a dollar Cant beat them P J Thomas Beautiful and useful fire land house screens at Le chmans furniture store My seed sweet potatoes are th e best the market affords PiJ4 ThomasETry a nice rib roast from Carpenters butcher shop Tele phone and have it sentup If you want a good drink try my Golden Rio or Corker coffee P J Thomas Miss Sue Duncan offers for sale Brown Leghorn eggs from fine stock See ad in this issue Try some of that good old lash ioned sausage such as mother used to make at Carpenters butcher shop Take that baby out to enjoy the fresh spring air Get one of those nice baby carriages from Leachmans furniture store FOR SALE A throe months tuition certificate in the Bryant Stratton Business College at a bargain Apply to the NEWS LEADER House cleaning time is now on Remember Lea hinan the House Furnisher can fit out your house from top to bottom with any thing you need and at low fig ures Now is the time to begin to fit your houses with screens Leachman the furniture man has a full supply of doors and windows Screens to fit any window G F Carpenter the butcher has boughtout the fixtures of Kelleys butcher shop and has moved into that stand where he is well equipped to operate a first class butchers business f The man who took the wrong overcoat from Robertson Searcys store on last county court day and left his in tb3 place will confer a favor by re turning the one he has and get ting his own Mr Henry Hilton has in his posession a silver half dollar made in 1819 He saysthat one of his hands jvas plowing in a field on his farm near Pleasant Grove whenhe turned up the coin It was eight inches under ground and the field had not been cultivated for 20 years The in1as bright and well pre served The Washington County Fis cal court began its regular Aprill term Wednesday being delayed a day on account of the absence of some of the members in Lou isville The time up to the hour of going to press was consumedl in considering bridge matters The court will be in session probably for two days anda full account of the proceedings will appear in our next issue RevW M Bruce of the Hope Rescue Mission of Louisville will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday at eleven ocpock and alsoin the evening at 7 clock At 3 oclock in the afternoon Mr Bruce will address the men at the Court House Mr Bruce is an entertaining speaker and it is hoped he will have a good audience of men to hear him Death if Df II JB AllenI Dr Henry B Allin who was wellknown to the citizens oJ thifl county died at Lakeland Asyluni Sunday at two oclock in the afternoon of senile dementia Dr Allin was born February 101 1825 in Mercer county In 1850 he wen to Mackville where he practiced medicine for forty years He was married to Miss Naomi Pendleton who survives him Besides his wife there are three daughters Mrs S B Thompson Mrs W R Curry of Louisville and Mrs J T Smith of Missouri with whom Dr Allin had been living until recently when he came to Ken tucky Mrs Allin is still in Missouri her strength not being equal to making the trip to attend her husbands funeral Mrs S B Thompson and Mr anfl M11R1R QrziQur TOPICS ii I nied the remains from Louisville Monday vening The funeral services were con ducted by Rev T D Latimer at Pleasant trove church at 10 oclock Tuesday morning Dnd the remains were interred iin Pleasant Grove cemetery Church Sipper The ladies of the Mackville M E church will give a uHsupper r in Mackville April 14th Every body invited Admission 35 cents PERSONAL Mrs J L Barber went to Louisville Tuesday Miss Ella Adams was visiting in Louisville this week Mr Ira Holsclaw is yisitin hisparents at Stanford Mrs Kate Williams was it Louisville Tuesday on business Dr M W Hyatt and wife visited friends at Willisburg Sunday Mr Frank Lewis of Shelby ville visited friends here Sun day Miss Lill Colvin of B rdstown is visiting relatives and friends hereMr J S Claybrooke and wife visited relatives in Bardstown Sunday Mrs R H Edelen of Bards town is visiting relatives here this week Mr Oscar Brown of Louis ville is visiting his brother Mr Lev Brown v Mr Fr d Mangate of Louis ville was a guest of Miss Mary Lewis Sunday Rev P F Hennessy has re turned from a visit to his parents in Baltimore Miss Ellen VVatheri visited her brother at Bardstown Junction last Sunday Hon W D Claybrooke went to Louisville and Frankfort the first of the week Rev W H Williams has gone to Louisville and St Louis for vsitof ten days Mrs H C Nelson went to Louisville Monday to hear the Jt opera Parsifal Mr Frank Walls and family of Louisville are visiting friends and relatives here Mr F R Hodapp who was in Louisville the first of the week returned yesterday Mr John Offutt and wife of Bloomfield visited the family of J R Claybrooke last Su day Mrs John T Campbell of Indianapolis Ind iis visiting rel atives in the county this week Mr Frank Wells of Taylors yule visited Mr T D Wells and wife the latter part of lat week Will ONan who has been at Martinsville under treatment for neumatism has returned home lMrs Newell McClaskey and Miss Ethel McClaskey are visit ing her sisters the Misses Brown Mesdames John H Brown and Harry Brown of Lebanon at tended the funeral of Dr Allen TuesdayMrs D Wells entertained last evening with flinch in honor of Miss Lois Gowdy of Camp bellsville Mesdames L H McMa1m and J R Durret ot Bloomfield were the gnests Of Mrs iiHyatt yesterday- Mr H R Thompson and wife were guests of Mr J W Thompson and wife of Pleasant Grove on Sunday last Miss Lula Wycoff and Miss Minerva Rayburri of Mackvill are visiting Mrs Walter Thpmp son of Bloomfield Dr H D Rodman and wife of Louisville were the guests of Judge L il Thurman and wife Saturday anfl Sunday Mrs J F Pettis and little daughter left Sunday for Hen dersonville N C for an indefinite stay for Mrs Pettis health Mrs Walter Leachman has re turded from a visit to her mothe in Louisville Mr Leachmai and wife have taken rooms at the Waltoji for the stfmmer Mr A J Moore of AntIoch thiscounty was in town yester day and appeared befor the Fiscal Court in an effort to have a bridge built in that section Mr T Scott Mayes and wife and Miss Sadie Mayes went to Louisville Tuesday to see the President Mrs Mayes and Miss Sadie remained to hear Parsifal Miss Lucy Arnold of Cincin naii was the guest of her cousin Mrs R T Sutton last Sunday Miss Arnold is Auditor for one of the interurban railways of Cincinnati Mr E Carl Litsey and wife of Lebanon left last Thursday for a trip to the Southland Cuba to be gone a month They left their little daughter Sarah Se lecman with her grandparents Judge WE Selecman and wife of this place Among the number who went to Louisville on Tuesday to seethe President attend tthe opera Parsifal and to take in other attractions were the following Mr C J Haydonand wife E A Cox and family Mrs Hugh Stiles Miss Fannie Smith Mrs Kate Williams Messrs T D- Wells M L Searcy Conrad Bertlein A C McElroy Luther Burns C C McGhord Wallace Seay John Armstrong Dr George Shaunty and others Egqs for Setting From a pure strain of Barred lymoth Rocks atf onlyl per setting of 17 Mrs Malissa Green for Rent A store house and blacksmith shop at Simms This is one of the best stands for business in the county A good location for a grist mill Address WL SMITH 327 W Market St Louisville Ky it igligl Miss Knot will be pleased Cto have the ladies of the town and county to visit her C Millinery ParlorFriday and Saturday C April 7tl and 8th lfu f8 see the new line tiful trimmed and bII hats 1just received MISSKHOTT t OJI The Man tHi1derII Tho man who puts on tho paint will toll you that Mastic is carefully madcj thoroughly mixed containing only pure ingredients j that long lifo Is assured any building protected from sun wind and weather with Mastic Mixed Paint1 ftThEkTh1tLaaa MttUe paint flows freely from the brush and produce a beautiful finish that retains its high gloss and color resisting the action of tho elements in aU cli mates Doccnt peel scale orchnlk oft when applied according to directions Mull point MTM repair bUto- M 1UC- d11IEASLEEGAULBEtT GOTINC LOUISVILLE KY 1 Haydons fWtfAUCSY Pharmacy T a y fr s de ZOi r e i NAME ON SELVAGE j Is like Taffeta in everything but price It takes the place of Taffeta iin many wnysit has a rri ffetLa look a Taffetta feel a Taffeta cry at onethird n Taffeta price Pres De Sole is guaranteed not to tear break or split with train df- service f Tatham Springs Mrs Sarah Dean is very sicki at this writing r Mr John Dennis and family visited Mr Georg Shirley and wife Sunday MrLevi Satterly is contem plating repairing his dwelling house next week Mr J S Royalty sold some corn toMr Bill Wilham at275 per 1b1 Mr Isaac Johnson has r tuned from Louisville where he has been purchrsing his spring goods i Missis Lula and Athena Roy alty of Ashbrookearevisitin relatives at Pleasant Hill this week Miss Hester Noell of Brooks villa who has been visiting Her sisteri Mrs Data Gary returned home last weilr Ye have tin 2 prospects for a fruit crop tins year The trees are very beautiful with the heavy load of btisoms Mrs Nancy Kays and son off Indiana are visiting relativer about here We hear they have come here to live Messrs Granville and Rosco Brown give a party at their beautiful home near Fair View Sarurday night Match 25th in honor of their many friends All report a jolly old time We are havings very interest ing prayer meeting at this place every Sunday evening at2 30 oclock Every body are invited to come and take part asj we think it iis a great work The children and erandchil dren of Jkir Elisha White Sr made him a dinner Friday March birthdayTherof was served Besides the chil dren present were Mr Slas Armstrong and family Mrs Bet tie Jenkins and familv Messrs Will Him Alfred Sneider and Mr Orris Shield and wife Mr White has five children 24 grand children and 34 great grandchildren and we wish Mr White to spend many more birthdays HYACINTH Backache is never known to base persons who take an occasional dose ofPineules The value of the icsln obtained from the Pine tree has long been recognized in the t treatment of diseases of the bladder and kidneys Ono dose of Pincules will give relief and one battle will cure Sold by Haydons Pharmacy 11 acki lie Mrs Ada Arnold has gone to the city to visit her mother She will Stay a week or more Miss Aileen Brownhas returned from Frankfort t djlughIterEverybody a horse and buggy went to Har rodsburg Monday to county conrt Mr W B Hatchett is quite sick i Mr Tames Graves was at home on i visit Sunday Miss Mary McKittrick came home from a weeks stay with Mrs Will Leachman she brought little Dervitt back with herBorn to the wile of Mrs Har ry Riley a son on March 31st REv Walden did not fill his appointment here last Sunday account of being sick Rev G V Lodd will preach on Saturday nights first and third hearafter The ladies of the Methodistt church will give a supper on April the 14th Everybody in Tited Mr James Oreagor has gone to Louisville to see Roosevelt Mr Logan Brown has gone to Indiana to lookout a location and will thou move bis family We are showing an attractive line of Petticoats made Jof this material in colons and the black We also selBhe same goods by the yard A sIr to see Pres de Sole next time you visit our Store We are showing the largest stock of Dress Goods Silks and Trimmings we haye shown lor years TKe jyould like the pleasure showing them tb you i Mrs Nora Clpyd will begin a two months spring School nex Moftbay The carpenters hcve begui work on the new Christiai church They hope to have i up soon One night is all the time necessary to prove that Pineules is the best rem edy in the world for backache and all kidney and bladder troubles If you have rheumatism or any other blood disease a single dose will give relief Sold by Haydons Pharmac- yWjllisburg fl Dr MW TIyatt and wife ol Springfield visited relatiyes here Sunday froff M Trent is hi Louisville purchasing his spring and summer goods Fred Sqtb land has gone to Lawrencebur to be the guest of Mr John Cheatham and family Mr Edd Sutlierlandand Walter Wells were at Kirkland on busi ness Saturday Mrs Plorahca Soroggham and Master Raymond were in our town Monday Mrs Bettie Gibbs and Mrs Sue Merritt pent last Friday the guests of Mrs W P Merriit Misses Lizzie and Blanch Shir ley visited heir sister Mrs Tatum of Litsey last Sunday Mrs W W Hyatt who has been quite ill is now reported much better Mr J L Searcy and little daughter Louise have been the guests of Mrs W W Hyatt for the past week Dr J B Yates arId mother of Booker visited Dr S M Grume and wife last week Njlr William Wells and wife left this morning for Louisville for few days visit While there Mr Wells will purchase a large stock of spring and summer goodsThe remains of Wary Jane DeWitt were brought here Suu day afternoon forburial Mrs DeWitt had formerly lived here and her death was a sad shock tto her many friends She was a tind and loving Christian worn ai of sferling character and will bt sadly missed by all that knew her She died at the home of her eldest laughter Mrs Seay of Beuchel She leaves five Sons and three daughters to mourn for her After a brief service helcl by Rev Sims her remains were ipeterred in- FaiView ceme- teryASTORIAI For Infants and CUldiei The Kind You Hays Always Bight flearsthelguature s lot Sale Any one wajiting good work mules or a two year old mule call on J F Keen U F D No 2 Springfield Ky Mnzlne 2iOS 12 Scott McCoy trainer for tlie Gulvallis farm is at Louisville with fifteen head mostly the gfit of Prince of India The fast daughter of Jackddjr Ijaxlne 2K8Vj Is also a member of his stable Ell Grillo EJ Orlllos defeat for the presidency of the American association means that organizations ultimate downfall It shows that one man power controls the league IIfoy About It ConNIe There Is talk of Connie Mack of the Philadelphia uicricausopprcllaslng the Toledo franchise Hasnt Connie enough troubles Slreatfy vlth Itube WaJdeli uflesoiveiit tile Wrong Placd Ill take no chances declared the young man firmly commeahimKo You see It was at a church fIr that ho uiadc tho tateme t PittsbursPott 0hLz07 t Peoples Deposit Bank I II IItSPRINGFIELD KY EMBER 1889ORGANIZED BE Capital 5OOOO r t surplus and Profits 2OOOO ffII i1i OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President L H Thurmao Vice Presi r I dent J Boutware Cashier Chas McChord jltt Assistant Cashier HC Lee BctokKecper DIRECTORS Geo D Robertson I H Thurman W L Graham G L Haydon J W Satterly TM lanford j Patrons enjoy ryprivUege usually extended by reliable and well equipped Banks Prospective depositors are invited to write or c call in person S3JaCC3S h r BrririnT1i1JIIIUIIILLUf h MEATT MARKET P T coi I CO Proprs t 11 J 42 The very choicest meat on hand at all times as we kill only the best We are in the market al all time for fat beevesbeef and sheep hides tallow apd good Butter 2 Telephone 95 SPRINGFIELD KY l sssosssss J rcrcrcrC L3 OPENING l 111 The ladies of Springfield and vicinity are cordially invited to ii i 22att end my semiannual Millinery opening on Friday and Saturday 1fIII The 7th and 8th of April Will show the GageTanredHatand fothers from the leading millinery houses JC t ttI rCiMr Howard of the Howard Skirt Co of Louisville will be h those two days with a sample line pf the newest and best things v Itin Ladies apd Mi sses Skirts Come in and give him your order 6 r ISS Mrs Williams r 1 t i Talking MachinesH I am ant for several kinds HW ULSTERS VOICE I f= Handle the VICTOR TALKING MACHINES Ui I Iigreatest on the market tc RECORDS AND StJprUIBS 4 vr 1I of all kinds including the latest productions of recoVdi of famous bauds speakers songs etc I 1 i Agent lot the CoIurHfcla Records in stock t rED M aUftftELL J wUry 4tW IIt P j oe Kelly Reply linnngcr Joe Kelly of the Cincinnati fleas In reply to George Tebeauja sug gestion that Kelly play Odwell In ceDe ter field says I have never glvefi the change a thought and have fco Inten ion of making It lu fact 1 tJilnkMr Tebeau has enough to do tonia the American association and the Western league without trying to tdl the Clv clnnatl club how to place Its men HArry Bit Harry Stlnson fo mer17member of the Glenvllle training c oay awl now trainer for Miss Katkrlme L Wllki of Gait Ont has purchased the trt 4Iag mtreJJary Ceh te 217 1WI kre was broke and Educated by 8thi- jofc bftag toW by him after eM4W- Gil a rich Itake eytIK at tlJl aM ralhac her record Gt 2 fl twoyrO d JAMES A COX 1II Agaitfor- LEINTO I IY upn Jr Basket 1easMo ayghgf returns Friday aJght f f PScMclM work garuIJ- Zeryts J 7 est df tags gs- I tie M yv tiM Dye pta TUtfe Jteit tqr Hidoaa PJ lu1MfI 1iiri1TN L ir iiTI JW I VViiT ji wiwLi k- 5 rNrws Note L Drymnapokeat ifcs Jeff t tir at lb1fnr Democt- s4cMo1ae Iat nih4swMBack to tlteiPeople d hkI pIlraPseJhe declared CZ p wwd the preent tendency in jwitk llhe Democratic ojosiit JI habeen vindicated he said 5h0I r ntattitu eoftbe1 ijountry fti6L tim country and the ipatty 15 now more united and I l MtoI1grLIan jL 1as ba snce L 4S92 if Thi letters taken from the sesston of JMrganSmltl1 b4 iftfeby the1deiectwe wlp iri std them in Cincinnati are t ikely to be the subject of a con 1 ytentiort inconrtstbeiittOrfleY lbtlireatns processings to secuie Ue turrTof them They lire S Gi4s1j pbjedtto contain valuable V evidence against the prisoners T The wages of the Thomas Iron t jcompanyemploy es in Pennsylva JV am tnree thousand in jiuinler rJf have Deenincreasedl per cent J 8asbave also the wages of tte Ijtcthploysofth4 United States I t v Steel Uorporatipii 1 lf The Capitoll Commission hay J T ing approved the absract of title of the Hunt site upon which f tobuild the new Capitoll the property was formally taken oyelc by tile commission for the 1Commonwea1t1 j JrlrsP Baker of Kansas Qity rjOlIaS filed a claim 10I one r fourth of the estate of the Idte Thomas Lyons of Lexington Ky who died leaving property Zworth nearly 250000 The tipple of the Chip Valley CoaKand Miningi Company at t Dekoven Ky caught fire yes terday afternoon and at last re ports was still burning T 1 Soft coaTOperalors of Central Pennsylvania nave conceded the Idemands of their miners and the threatened strike of fifty thou nt l fis averted sSJli k Eleven hundred ice ind coal wagon drivers are on strike at Tst Lotis five hundred bricklay ers are out at Cleveland lout hundred ironworkers struck at Cincinnati three hundred and i1it brewery coopers quit work at Milwaukee two hundred car pent ers threw down their tools at P rt month 0 ard all the plumbers at Birmingham Ala 4fstrk and alLbecause differ i ence over wages hINTS FOR FARMERS Tile Mnnnre Heap jln cases where different kinds of ani Crsirelept one of the most effective mqans of securing moderate and uni form fermentation of the manure heap to see that the moist cold cow and pig iminure is intimately mixed wit the dry hot horse andsiecf dung The former inakcs tile heap more moist and thecks too rapid fermentation It thus appears that In order tore duce the loss to a minimum manure heaps should be made compact and kept uniformly moist Under cover fhe last result Is secured by collecting the liquid manure and at frequent iin tervals sprinkling it overtheheap or 4 when the supply of this is deficient by sprinkling with water Where the manure heap Is exposed to the rain in plfs from which there Is no drainnge it probably does not require so much attentiqn but still care must be taken to iircvcntsJoss by alternate leaching Tvhen heavy rainfalls occur and drying e tIn Itinie of drought W II Beal Department of Agriculture The Strntrlierry flea Strawberry plautfe should be set as early In the spring as possible so they vviliget a good start says JL Herbst iin Ameritau Agriculturist Place the rows of the now bed three and a half feet apart and set plants one and a half to two feet apart in the row Plants can be set with a spade or dib ble care being taken to have the crown of the plant on a lIdvel with the surface of the earth If tile soil Is inclined to he dry it is a good plan to wet the roots while setting and firm the soil E well about them with the foot In the fall the bed should be covered with straw cornstalks or any coarse litter that Is not filled with weed seeds 1 NSUMPtl6NS WARNING S 111dfacts soon become evident in outside I ptomsDJLQ C GCCN QY tIThe Sid of scientific inventions is not needed to deteruine whether your lungs ire affected The first symptoms cmube readily noted by anyone of average In wtelIigcice d f 4F21iere is no disease iknown that gives so asfcllcckeglJa f i lcrinan Syrup which is made to cure r onsutppti nt 7 GermanSyrup are giveix Iii ilje cwgh that wont quit thtCOfleStioxijtliebrocIdajtubcs and Ii I1111 Weakening of tlfe lIdiigs ac TOtapaaiedbyfrequehttxoectorationi yourcoubB4t I consumption eiyourlungs German lisadoiapparently bopeIt cases pfltU1g trouble View traI bottles t ze15CAtu J l DuE VE A1fCOLE- z1V72E CASE SYranIe Jtur of Secret SericeMan rtrConnecton With the Cote Tbe thrllllngr experiences of Frauds Lakei who for the last live years has been In the ejnploy of the Australau government as a secret service agent rea moro like a volume of Sherlock Hoftnes hdveutarcs than chapters groin the life fll tortof a living detective Iaiwnys had a liking for police work be said recently and have worked jat it smco 1 was quite a youujr ster I had afrlena In high pfllce at Scot laud Yard who knew my liking for de tective work and bo Introduced me ton secret service agent of the Austrian government worclng In London The latter at orice offered to pay me a salary to assist him and for twelve months vorkid as a secret service spy At the end of that period be of itcroil tg retain me In the secret service MyI lirst duty was to sign a bond In London that I Would never divulge my bushiest or my wbereabouts even to my relatives or friends Not even my wife knew my rpal occupation fAtei signlngtbe bond of secrecy I was sent to Vienna to familiarize my self with Austrian criminals By far the most extraordinary and thrilling case with which I have been connected was that of the murder In the Rue Arcole In Paris pu Jan 21 1002 The murdered man was an Aus trian by birth but for a minor political offense was Sentenced to serve seven years banishment from his native country 4He went first to France and took up his residence in Paris I first met him In December 1001 In Paterson N J and having obtained certain Information rbm him I per sanded him to accompany me tQ Eu rope After making a sPort stay In Lon don where I was endeavoring to pick up more threads of tile Inquiry upon which I was engaged we crossed to pDtlST f On the second night after our llrrl- al In the French capital I Invited him to dine with me at the well known Cafe Vleunols Iuth Rue ilontmartre While sitting at the table I noticed lie got rather udgct and at last sug gested that he had better leave me to Unteb dinner alone On Inquiring the reason he called my attention to a group of five well dressed men at an adjacent table and Informed me that he knew them and it would be better for me not to be seen In his company On looking across at the group I recognized one of the men as a relative of the murderer of the empress of Aus- trIa persuaded my companlonrnot to leave hurriedly A few moments later one of the occupants of the other table noticed us and after scrutinizing us HE WASiPOUND DEAD ET TilE HUE AKCOLE for a tlmerroso came over to our table anti addressed my companion In native tongue l1isI At the finish of tile conversation two men raised their hats to each oth er nut my companion turnlngvtoiue begged me to come outside immediate ly Once In the street he tunyHl to andIIaskedstrange behavior He would not an swer a won until he got to the corner by ihfe opera house when he stopped ato aptly and said You arc only a young man and you don4 want to die yet ilo you Not if J can help It I replied and clutched niy revolver In my overcoat pocket thinking he meant to attack no Well he continued take my advice I have done you a little service and you have done me several little kindnesses Co to the commissary of police ask him for a protective escort and doift stop traveling until you are out of the country It you dont follow my advice Red Wool will end your career Au rcvdlr and bon voyage mosal ur and he Immediately turned and walked away toward Cooks tour 1st offices From that day to this I have never succeeded in solving the mystery for the following morning my companion was fund dead In the Rue Arcole stabbwj to the heart with a knife round the handle of which was tied a bow of red wool a ilpmc TiniiH- Isnt your husband dyspeptic I nither tjilnk he Is I know lie al Uays disagrees with his mealsNowY- ork TIne Ancient Xlorwe IjerrlMlatfQn It was ordered In the reIgn o t Henry VIII 1535 that no one should keep a stallion of less than fourteen hands and this Is supposed to lhave led tq the disappearance otn smaller and most useful horae peculiar to Cornwall By a later act every archbishop and duke was comported to have seven trotting houses for thesjiddje each ears1Jtct1lnpons to a spiritual pjirson whose bene laymnnIacoI for the saddle but In the reign of ElIzabeth an exception was inadeimj favor pf Cambridgeshire and other counties which onjaccbuht of their rottennesso Inflfmijesse moisture and waterishccsgo werenot oble fo breed Uorscs Jf such a a1zI HALES SJCIL- IANllairenewer Perhaps you like your tray blirtthen keep it Perhaps not then remember Halls Hair Renewer always restores color to trayhair Stops falling hair alsoH Aria coTtf cri0 HIS FRANK OPINION Turn around requested the young man settling jils eyeglasses a little more firmly on his nose No I mean to one side I want to get the profile Hniii Now face me again Close your eyes How can I exercise my judgment calmly when you are looking at mel I dont see what that has tto do with It said the girl but Im sure I dont want to look at you There Will that do Open them quick said the young man hastily Heavens You had a narrow escape then From what asked the girl Inno cently If y6u had taken a step forward you might have walked Into the table and smashed something Oh I think perhaps it will do it you just fix your eyes on the bookcase I dont want to be tempted beyond my strength Your chin up a trifle please You arent looking at the hat at all said the girl Youre looking at- m Strange said the young man musoj ingly I believe I was but on the other hand you were looking at me In stead of at time bookcase Well hurry then I dont want to stand here on exhibition nil day Do you like it or dont you You really want my opinion Do you suppose Ive been standing here posing for ten minutes for any tiling else 1 I dont know I wasnt sure I mean of course that I wasnt sure that you attached a particular value to my onr mind easy I really want your opinion Im not above get ting hints from everybody Ir Can low thinks its peffectly stunning the most becoming thing he ever saw me wearWell you certainly are not Not what Above getting hints from anybody So lIes been here has he He happened to call yes And you got out your millinery to showhirni Dont be absurd and dont look at me so savagely I had it on when he came sllowlng It to mother He called to see your mother I suppose No I think he called to see me Ohr But mother took It for granted that he came to see her for she stayed and visited with hum Perhaps It was be cause I winked at her Bless her dear heart said the young man fervently Shes n Jewel Well what do you think of it See here I dont want tdfleclde on n thing like that too hastily What do you think of it yourself Im not going to help you a bit You seem to have a mind of your own about some things As much as youll allow me to have Nonsense I dont think I have a particle of Influence over you iin any wayI like that Who made me give up smoking Id like to know and who In duced me to sit out a symphony con- certI You said you enjoyed It beyond any thing So I did My pipes were the one solaceI had on earth before I met you Enjoyment Is too mild a name for It I mean the concert Weileujoyment Isnt too mild a name for that Im disappointed In you said the girl In a changed tone I really did believe you liked it I did Truly I did declared the young man hastily 1 dont know when Ive liked anything mOre It was the first time I had ever sat next to you every minute of an entire even Ing You see that took my attention off the concert Itself- I dare say But what about the hat quite a hat all right IIt what it was represented to be IYees Couldnt be any mistake could there Of course it hasnt a crown but then It has a de cided brim to it and they dont put feathfrrs on a muff do they Well as to that hat Turn around full face once moreo Ive turabd around until Im tired You say Caulow liked it Immensely u Well I dont The girl Iremoved the hatpins with an offended all and then took off the hat and laid It on the table me Well t you dont think it becomes Not a particle said the young man coolly Just look ntlt there Did you ever seen more lopsided Idiotic futile nightmare Become you No but you become It all tight Oh bother said the girl tKeep it on said the young man Ive got the tickets right In my pocket and a cab outside Chicago News About Honey Honey If eaten regularly Is said to bo not only nutritious and twice as val uable an article of diet for instance as pork but an admirable antidote to dis cases of the respiratory organs It is also most beneficial for the skin and complexion and an excellent cosmetic In cold wlntryweather In olden days honey was highly esteemed and was highly priced as well In the great forest charter the privilege of every nail to be entitled to the honey found on his own ground was rigidly Insisted upon Irish honey Is a particularly toothsome dainty especially the heath er honey of the west and many ot the daughters of Irish peasant farmers find It n profitable If modest Industry London Times Climate and roiIiiCi The climate pf Australians the chief factor In fashioning Australian poll tics If it is advanced it Is because the sun there has forced an early de velopment Girls here reach maturity two or three years earlier than In America and countries count by gen erations Meanwhile perpetual sum mer and continual sunlight are sapping Individual energies Even the Amen can who comes here soon finds that sustained hustling is a physical impos j3lblHty Let him spend three or four years lIi the country and he will cease to wondetnt the laws for an eight hour day anduc early closing of shops The wjnter Is only another summer cooler It is truebut not cold enough to be Invigorating BurriM Graham In Booklovers Magazine VZGET LE IN BEHALF OF COTTON Deliberate but Strong Action by Parmer Merchants and Baakeri Despite the flashing oratory and elo quence of the speakers at the great cotton convention lately held In NeW Orleans Farm and Bunch reports the body as deliberate and conservative in Its resolutions and other actions taken For example The two primary objects of the convention recognized In the call were the reduction of acreage for 1005 and carrying forward a large amount of cotton to the next market season Uppn the first of these the convention took definite action calling upon every cotton grower In the Inter est of self and stateto reduce acreage and fertilizers for cotton at least 2 percent Upon the market question the convention refused to take final action but referred this momentous prob lem to the executive committee of twentyseven men selected by states This indicates conservatism For the first time in the history of the country probably any country the bankers met ns an independent body and offered to raise iOOOQ of the sinews of war in the fight to be made by farmers the money to be used In completing the organization of cotton growers The plan matured by the executive committee to retire at least 2000000 bales from this years market will be actively supported by banker mer chant and farmer alike The Future Outlined Resolutions were adopted some of which are In substance tos follows- A permanent organization to bo known as the Southern Cotton nsspcia tlon with state county parish and minor subdivisions was outlined At precinct meetings every farmer Is to pledge himself to a reduction of 25 per cent of cotton acreage and fer tilizers used on cotton crop of 1005 That any farmer who fails to show nceacreIngetrys That every merchant and banker pledge himself to offer financial sup port to only those farmers who will pledge a reduction of at least 25 per cent In acreage and fertilizers used on cotton The need for cotton warehouses was expressed in positive terms and a committee appointed to carry out the plan That alll cotton now on hand be held for a minimum price of 10 cents 1 pound for middling cotton at New Or leans For Her Mnjeatr the Hen Considerable experience has taught me that all nest boxes for laying or hatching purposes should be movable says an Ohio Farmer correspondent Wlen a hen becomes broody and I wish to set her I place the eggs under her and that evening move her box and all to the brooder house where three sitting lIens are given the use of one apartment There are no inter A MOVABLE NEST BOX lopers to lay by them and break the eggs They can get off whenever they feel like It for food and drink which are kep in all jthe apartments Two cleats are nailed to the back of the boxand a hole bored in each cleat by means of which tho box Is hung on two stout nails driven In the side of the building It is well to have these nails all the same distance apart so that boxes are Intepcliangeable and can be placed anywhere The nails should be tenpenny and driven with the heads projecting one and a half inches and sloping upward so as to hold the boxes firmly A Winter nnd Spring Crop One of the best restorative crops for use during the winter and spring months is hairy vetch It collects fully as much nitrogen as cowpeas and im proves the land just as much As it ripens by the IsJ of June the land mnsT be used for jjummer crops Burr clo von makes its growth during the same period as vetch and where It does well Js Just as good for Improving soils GARDEN SNAPSHOTS Plant seed corn for n succession In some regions of the south water melons cauteloupcs and squashes may now bcput out Gladioli and tuberoses are planted any time during February March and AprilEarliest sweet potatoes are got from vines or slips phintctli the latter half of March Eggplants growing In frames are transplanted to their permanent posi tion toward the end of March the Weather being propttous The main outside sowing of eggplant A not generally made before the latter burt of March and n warm sheltered location should be given While watermelons may be planted n Florida In January and February March 15 Is considered quite early enough In the latitude of Savanah und of course later farther north Collards the famous Georgia greens are a sort of warm weather member of the cabbage family They require more heat and a larger season than the cab bage Spring sowings be made from now on to May It Is well to learn caution by the mis fortune of others PUbHos Syrus Cricket III rap There Is a large green cricket In Ja pan of which the children of that coun try are fond It Is sold In cunning lit tie bamboo cages In booths on the streets and Is loved for Its cheery chirp Several varieties of tree crickets are pure white coming at different times of the year Som have a note so loud and Insistent that to have two or three playing their fiddles In a garden at once makes a noise almost dentenlngj while a species that comes fall has an exquisite note like the quick ringing of a small bell There Is no Instinct like that Qf the beart Byron ODDLY NAMED TOWNS QUEER TITLES THAT DQT THE MAPS OF UNCLE SAMJThis Nomenclative Peculiarity is Not Confined to Any One Partjot the Country but Lends Itself Ihipar tlallr to All Sections The names of somo towns In time Unit ed States probably cause their Inhab- Itants considerable vexations when away from home Irs the Chicago Chronicle These names have certain nd1a8by fumuakers For ci nile the man from Alone Ky might have to ex plain to a stranger lliving In New York how he could 10 business if he were tho only inhabitant and how the excise laws were enforced if the barkeeper magisItratEcase there were more than one person in Alone iif all were bachelors anti old nlllroncthe same sort of questions and nllotl course would finally beasked if they were once Jersey commuters If a man hailed from Affinity N C lie would naturally be supposed to bo married und his home life anunpunc tmitedI chapter M bliss lie would be expected to wear as wldea smile as the citizen of Joy or Happy Tex or Paradise Colo with a temper as subdued as the inhabitants pf Purity linn What would happen however if the man trout AIHnity should meet n man froin Peace Ala would Indeed be problematical They mightl after the fashion of some westerners boom the merits of their respective tpwns with such ardor that at last these representa tives of Peace and Affinltywouldcome to blows They might at last develop as much disrelish fr each other as the citizens of Cream Wis who should chance to take dinner with a citizen of Caviar XJQn the other hand they might become as chummy as time towns men of those three towns in the ltates of Colorado Oregon and West Virginia which all bear the name of Crook Any one coming from Eye N C could hardly expect to join the New York police force and find timings congenial If he was amative of Lax Ala or Blind Bay La on the con trary his duties as a metropolitan blue coat might prove congenial Jf he said lie was from SodomO lie would most likely be told that Ills own town must need his services more If he replied that it didnt In might be recommend ed to try to get n position in Pluto Miss ttNear the Greene river In Kentucky and several miles south of Lewlston there is a town by the name of Ig It has never been recorded in any his t019the United States whether tIme characteristics of the people of Pig are any different from those of the people of Lamb Ill or Chlckles PaTl1ls is certainly to be regretted It would certainly lie Interesting to know if tIme worthy burghers of Pig are any more happy and contented than other human beings whether they have such ills as insomnia nervous prostration or mcl and QHa whether there is any sale in Pig for appetizers and what the good people do on Fridays Should a woman from RIg Foot Tex or Antiquity 0 advertise for a lnisband it is safe to say she would nQt get as many answers as a woman from Beauty YoYn The inan who hailed from Jug Ala might have more tiff ficulty in being elected to time White Ribbon society than his contemporapjr from Dry Town Cal The native of Magic Ala would no doubt be wel comed by certain With street officers where a citizen from Falrplay Wis would find the door shut Should the woman from Alainode Gn or Fash Ion Ga meet a woman from Jays vllle 0 the two might get Into uch a controversy that at the emMliey would both be believed to be natives of Loon eyvllle N Y Time citizen of Fossil Ore unlike the clttocn of Quick Neb would no doubt feel very much at t home In Philadelphia anti for much the same reasons time representative of Fact Kiln would find a congenial at mosphere in Boston Vegetarians should go to Grass S D Any one might think that Ice Ga would become a more popular slimmer resort than Hell Hole Colo A jury made up of men halt of whom were born in Japan Mo anti the other half In ltussfn N Y would be pretty sure to disagree At ny te they would not call In a man from JingoTenij for a peacemaker Should the girl from Leapyear Than become dissatisfied with things at home there Is Httfc dan ger of her settling in Bachelor Mich Neither would time man from Lahgor Minn think of moving to Jump O A man may travel from Dun to Becr sheba nowadays mind think ft a very short Journey There Is a Dun in Ken tuck and a Boersbclm over the line In Tennessee Neither Is the trip trdai London to Peklir long one In the rnlted States Ohio contihH luitli v Pekln uuuitia London and it nf t n long journey from Whisky littea Mont to Seven Devil I1 BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medi cine 19n bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occasional dose of ninnVTlmn t Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser mil buyn 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine from his dealer vigorousIally keep BlackDrausht Stock and Poultry Medicine If yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Roc zuB Jan BlMkPranght Stock and Poultry Medicine is the belt r6r tried Omit Block WM looking Jad when you sent nw the medicine und now they are getting to fine They elooking per coat better 8 PBOOKINQTON r JTo Cure a Col in One Day Tikt Laxative Bromo Quinine Trfjttc PJl tSve ON oeSs UftpstI2s TlSt geiglS vcJufrtV A POSITIVE UARANTEEt Signed Dy C hayden who Agrees to tnrn Your Money If Dr CarlstedsGerman Liver Powder Falls to Cure You GUARANTEE IWe hereby agree to refund the money for Dr Oarlstedts German Liver JPiiwder on the return of the tingIcovers tbeuseof SI bottle or four 2Sc bottles or two months treat ment t Signed Dr Caristedt German Liyor Pow er is a wonderful remedy a prc scription used for over fifty years by an eminent German physician in his practice both in Europe and this country and S9ld br thousands of druggists all over the world So mildly natural are the ejffects of this remedy that all Kidney and Liver troubles give way to perfect health It cures the worst casts and many have been curedvho had tried every known remedy lC Jr HA Y DON can tell you all about Dr Carlst ds German Liver Powder it has cured many of his customers who are re commending it totbeir friends Better than testimonials is time guaranteciunucriwlflch Dr CarlstedVs German Liver Powder is sojd If it does not relieve and cureycu it will you nothibg1 go at once and pro cure the remedy and take along this guarantee t MamMDO Boy Jr 6997 Sire of Volo21 Will make the season of 1905 at the FalrfGrounds stable at 10 To Insure a Livingg Colt Mambrino Boy Jr ls too well known in Washington and adjOiningi i counties to need any long description He has the finest pedigree of any horse in this section and is the sirt of some tine horses He is 16 hands high solidi black and is a handsome individual At the same place this season we will stand 0B Y He is a black jack 15 hands and one inch high finej bone and muscle and five years old He is byGfT Kim berlins Jack he by Logan Caldwells fine Jennett Jack 16 hands and which took second prize at the Chicago Worlds Fair Black BojTs nrst1 am vas a In hand jennett sired by Oeorge Tarkhi tons 10 band Jack called Painington Avhich soldl for 26ob Black Boy has proven him sel3fto be a sur foal getter He will make the season oflQOSat- S8TO INSURE A LIVING COLT George Washington Black Jack with whUe tips 141 hands high years old and a good breeder He was sired by Prince of Pease he by Prince of Wale lie by Gabe he by Peters old Black Hawk HJfe first dam was a good jennett 15 hand high whose breediiiwas unknown George Washington will m ike the season at S7 TO TNSURIg A LIVING CffLT In each case money is due when the mare is parted with A lienisre lained on all colts to Secure service fee All precautions taken to pre vent accidents butwil not bi rcspon sible should any occur Mr Smith canijit all times be found either at the stables or in Springfield- 8YLYESrER8MITHXSON t ij jjjjJj j Hjj ejiqj f Again Ready r P4 For Business tWo d4tuifriPMlslndcuto- mers to know that the new machinery has been installed in oiir mill and we are OIVCQ more ready for business Reraembtr our brands Springfield Choic Pride ofW shington V Solid CO Shipstulfj bran and mixed f fZtII Gash paid fOr Wheat and SPRING RLP 80ILER MILLS JARBOE CAMPBELL Props i f 1ftftMtI t JOHN SHUCK MCELHOY i j McJlroy Wk to- lilsurance Real Estate Fire Life flind Tornado ItS IIW Land Sold on Sdmnnsici k a s fL iOffice over Peoples Bank Ph == DIGNITYDHNo R1 IOCDIVIEBINED l S1ACLIQN Mahoganymay black points white only on left hind loot nine e Oldl 1531 handshigh Kveiglis 1200 pounds strong ilatbone heavy mane tail goodbCk with long craney tapering neck well set in high Wooot sllQ1Ppftenstyle in harness a show horse sure When one year old wore all hojs in his class wherever shown also the blue tie fn sweepstake harnQ s 7iqjpat same age When a threeyea old he was shown li times and wor S4Xbhie Strings has never been defeated lit fancy harness rings has always pen the ictor in stallion stake rings as a breeder when shown with thrwtn more of his get for Size style and general conformation aodf raUjdjposes He is a saddle horse with five distinct gaits fast line actiurgood in two walks anda nice loper verypositive in his trot under sad in harness great all around action as is required for an nptadate high priced sale horse for saddle or harness He is a sure enough bar horse graceful stylish and fait can bhow eighths in 184 aecond3228 sprngIbpr tliel1OJifetoi uphorsementypes his colt after himself has never sired a sorrel oltThe most prplt ablp horse horses for the farmer and small breeder to produce is the hone itvhich serves the widest range ot purposes erell His colts are SfcOw colts p f f lue highest type blue string winners frdnTtb e oldest tothe J8uest PEDIGREE Sired by Chester Dare 10 N S H KM he by Blacjc Snril58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 07 he by Wasbingtoii Denmark ImportedHedgefordH R he by William Welch 341 he by Rysdicks Hambletonian 10 Di nitr Uiib UarrhoroughbredTERMS Dignity Dare will make theseason of 1905 at my Stable in Huw tonville Ky at 25 to insure avlive colt Mares traded or removed forfciti Itinsurance and money becomes due arid must he paid at time of suclT action Mares grazed at 250 per month and bills to be paid before remov of mares Grain fed if desired at reasonable rates Mares Intrusted wif receive my personal attention out will not be responsible for accidcairo escapes Phone in residence call Hustonville exchange 0 D S QARP NTIj IASUNSHINE 11 2 4 Iii bY1higre fOnledl90tt IQOJbfBredowned in Springfield Will make the easoy Jbr 1005 in charge bf Sylvester Smith k Son at the Pair Ground Stables Y r i AtlO ToIrisuraaLivjngColt t Ii If1ff w DfiSCRIRTIQ AND PEDIGREE IDJ t JJ Sunshineris abeautlfjul horse and can Steva 30 tibt with grace f t stylxrand actimi Heti the living picture of Lord Golden Z greatest snoW orse that ever wore harness hett j J His breeding issuperb By the great fled Leaf the championi41 show hotSc fKentuckyand theleading sire of higli class road j horses and teams Sunshine is a full brother to Goripus Sunrise 4 jf Jand Glorious Sunset the greatest pair in Kentucky His first dam rt00is Madam Wood by Mad wopd by Nutwood Madam Wood is time tff r darn pf Wildwood which sold for 303p His second dam iSBal t w rOiabBalrosa Chief he byMambrino Chief Thii dam Magg aJSunshine Vas purchasedind brought to Springfield by 4 corn ofnj Jto see this horse o I The usual rules 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