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A 1 1 r Ir to 19 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY 11 1905c IiI1 i ijj I v i r t J 1J 2 l c tgl iiii- t cs0ii klii4s of Fuu r PHONE 53 EOTOftY PID jinty seat pf I fouty 51 mllea south on JSt atiles from r rd towi iHTinch of a4 astirHle railroad in tt Ircitltttral district 5 ifraph and telephone I office flo r mills lumber aikm floe fpj iatioe of tiTeiH Ctress Hon 1 I 1thrdgienvilIe X71 MVressstatye IH Ket cky Legis ltre ffoa W D Caybcooke Isprccntstivin State Senate Hon gifT KY Counyiirctry OURT- ult Cus on tke fourth y May awtOctb t tnonwea1th At lerk Master GOMMI1s iCOUXTjj r leldoa e hjj COURTii ets OB the fourth uth 1 ge mntr Clerk nty Attocney iail r Sherit- ne l 11fDeU Q CountyItrveyor ity AstOC ryanDetyv A De4 Trssurer tgot86yOwOJi BUSt8epte of C 4 p 0 SprlnAId crrXrCQJJRT e R Noe Police Jndge rtii Grace MiJT haU 1 ftrOrigsby City Attorney f JUSTICE CQDXI Jntice Cour are held in January April iulr and October y ice aah astor am every eeting oclock ng Pastor t 11 ani 6ol every meeting iS oclock ge1trd ter No 57 t day SZ meets all ICAnEES Meet day in each noi 1O1EYS I Tb- rII LqlTIIE csugk rdy iITbgI FOLEYSUOIPXI5dTALkIL I p l I Prprdonly67 Poley A C mp ny C1IOSS i dA 1 wr ji r I r J t jHE M314S=LEADERL t1tJ iizricII MAY Church wHONEYAIDTAB 1i liIiii wJlI RtJpNU r fiLK f dfi TeJaeyitiw i Froin the Washington Star WhateverYou do dwha tcveryo say Soiaebodys going to kick Ifyoueven attempt to give money away They Trill Vow it s some kind of a W 4 trick Youlfcan stiniggie and toil to evolve a b new plan For meeting the needs or the pleas uresof man But when Vith some pride your endeavor you scan Somebodys going t6 kick If refuge you take iin the f bdis ant stars j Somebodys going to kick If you hint that perhaps there are people i Mars Thers ridicule following quickJ The man who is mentioned tory Is read Is the man who went straight and j sincerely ahead For you may as well know that till after you re dead r t Sdmebbdys g6ingto kick IIstreet who are ordered by the cijy ordinance p8sseda few day ago to put in new sidewalks arid curbing are we understand making a general kick against j complying with the same The resIdents claim that it is a hard ship on them to be put to the expense of building sidewalks or the convenience of other people and that the city should at least share the expense of putting in the curbing as it hits done en previous occasions Its true that the municipal gor ernment did until a few years ago put in curbing along the streets but that was before we had electric lights and waterworks and before the expenses of the toWn were raised to a point where the income barely suffices to keep things going There is no question bout the llegality of the ordinance requirr ing propertY owners to pay for the building of sidewalks and curbing and even the streetsTA Iront of their piojy The question has beejitrTea put and tested in the courts and the re suit has always been to the effect that property owners must bear the expense If the city of Springfield had any suplus money in its treasury the council would no doubt be glatl to order these improvements put mat the citys expense but the city has bjirely enough money to meet current expenses and no way of raising anymore except perhaps by ft bond Issue and great would be the howl from the down trodden taxpayer if that question was sprung IDENING THP STnE TsIAnother question is being agitated and which con cern 6ur Wt1nuttreetproperty owners Ijis tha of W iden nif4e street J Walnut street when it was first made some hundred years oi so ago was jjust a road or the tail end of the Willisburg pike Of late years it his be come one qf the towns princi pal residence streets The idea of making the street wider by having each property owner on each side to set his fence back several feet and thus add to the width of the street was first suggested by some of the property owners themselves As the matter was talked of objpctionsdevelopedandit now looks asif the street widening proposition cannot be carried out unless the city council takes legal steps arid hathe property needed condemned Condem- natIon proceedings are expen sivq and would probably involve a long fightin the courts and al thbtigh we do not know how the counfcii regards the matter we are not inclined to believe that it will be the desire of the members to push the matter The widen ing of the street would certainly add to thp Beauty and to the value of the property long the street and if any property owner is so short sighted as to resist the propoa jtion we hardly think the Board wjll push the matter to an issue The si1ealksh xe tlIf Lmder wijllikelytba erifprced IE r i o UILD NGHlnotice your article last week about the lack of tobacco barns in the county said a wellknown farmer to the News Leader man the other day That is very true ther are not enough barns to house all of the tobacco the far mers are preparing tq grow this year but if you were to comedown my way you would think they were preparing barn room for all the tobacco in the state All of the saw mills that can be found many of them from Nelson county Have been engaged by the farmers to saw up their 4Oaktreesare being cut down andsawed into rugh lumber to be used iin tobacco barn building Notwithstanding our friends news about new barns the indications are that tobaccp planting this year will begreatiy oVerdone and the result will bets predicted a lot of mean tobacco on the market which will mean low prices It will be much wiser for the far mers to limit their planting to just what they can cultivate and house well and then they nay count on a gooa quality Jnd good values 4 hliQhl NewsLeader the ordinance passedby the Board o Council men of the city of Springfield which embraces the i contract made with the Gumberland Tele phone Co concerning the tele phone service in Springfield and Washington county The ordinance gives all of the details of the contract and explains the proposed improvements in the service much better than we could give it here A feature of the telephone mpvement is the alacrity with which the farmers and country merchants have taken hold of the movement About 125 subscribers were secured in a peliminary canvas to the thfjBe exchanges whicn it is proposed to establish at Wil lisburg Mackville Moorsville or Maud This improyed ser vice will undoubtly be of benefit to Springfield as business natural ly follows free telephone com munication the same to a degree as it does road or railroad com munication Ascan be seen under the Dew arrangement there win be a slight increase in rates for a certain class of town sere vice but when the great increase in the number of people who can be reached is considered there will probabiy be no complaint on that score The Telephone peo pie propose putting in an allme tallie long distance service and willh ve all equipments of the llatest and most approved style lS TREET PAIR We notice that the street fair whicn was announcen for tiarroasourg has been declared off Harrods burg has had several street fairs but it is said that the idea has always been opppsed by thebest class of citizens and this time the opposition was so strong and the pbstacles so great that- the street fair people themselves declined to go to the town The question as to whether these aggregations are desirable to a townis stillan open one Many good citizens oppose them on the grounds that they have a bad moral influence that the class of people who go with the shows is a tough class Merchants int6wns that have been visited by street fairs say that the increase in trade as a result of the crowds attracted to the town is very much over estimated and that they would rather not be bothered with the shows The street fair seems to have fallen ifrito disrepute at almostever place except at Lebanon That place received its annual visit from PneflasVweek Says Airh Cant seat Him Savoyard the Washington t cnrrespondent of the Louisville Evening Post who for yearahas been unfriendly tto Senator lackourn says in a leview o- jie Senatorial situation in the Posh which teems with Jhe wri rspersonl dislike Of Backburn that Senator Black burnSij the man the people love and nearly as popular as be was twenty years ago and that All h1 cant beat him in this race I doubt very much if Pay liter runs the race to a finish says SavDyard If Joe Blackburn is everbeatenfor office inKentucky it will by another man than Tom Paynter What has Mr Paynter done to earn Joes toga He was here some years ago a meal berof Congress He entered the famous caucus that preferred Charles F Crisp over Roger Q Mills for Speaker It was in that caucus that the Democratic idea of honest dud constitutional taxation vas put to sleep The Mills bill was the issue of 1690 when the Democrats swept the country fromDan to Beersheba All the Old Guard were then pleading for himMorrison Carlisle the JJreckinridges Turner Tucker but without avail and tariff reform was sold for a few miserable little committee assignments They did not cast lots for its vestments but they parted them and divided them It was at Trafalgar in 1865 that Nelson Heal the blow Qf which the empire bf Napoleon Bona parte died ten yeas later ItI was in the Democratic caucus of 1891 that the blow was dealt that put the Democratic party where it iis in 1905 Tom Paynter will find that the people of Kentucky will rec ollect that business when he goes among them asking for Joe Bhtl kburns pJa eKeJltucky banished Carlisle but she never banished the idea of tariff re fornLEtown News Cr ioup is quickly relieved and whoo ing coUcb will notrun 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 cnre Croup and Whooping Cough until you rid the system of all congestion by working off the coldl 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 Haydona Pharmacy New ChickiBR Stealing Law The first chicken thieves arrested in Taylor county under the new law making the theft of same a felony in the State of Kentucky with punishment of from one to five years werle Charlie Hurt George Hurt arid frank Fisher all colored last Tuesday morning They are accused of taken seven Plymoth Rock hens from the hen house ofMr W W ngram some time between Saturday morning and Monday morning while this most highly esteemed gentleman and wife were attending the fifth Sunday meeting at Cane Valley M r Ingram fciind his property at the poultry house 40f Grin stead Co in this city and Mr J R Durham one of thefirm says he purchased same from George Hurt and Frank Fisher two of the accused Theevi idence is conclusive and there is no doubt but what these accused chicken thieves are inthe middle of a bad fix Charlie Hurt who has been very busy for some time i trying to break into the peniten tiary or other place of detention is we hope able now to reap the harvest of his energetic movements in that direction Judge Cloyd held all the accused o erin tie sum of 100 bond giverconsequently are languishing in the county jail to await the ac tion of the grand juryTaylor County Enquirer IItis difllcult to cure a cough or free yourself from the diFcemforts of a cold unless you Move the bowels Bees Laxative Honeyau Tar uctson- the bowels and driveR all cold out of ilotblngleffect and strengthening Influence upon the throat nod lungs For croup whooping cough colds and all Lung and Bronchi affections no remedy is equal to the original Bees Laxative Honey and Tar Sold by Haydons Pharmacy CIcartd For Action When the body is cleared for action by Kings Naw Life Pills you carl tell iit by the bloom of health on the cheeks the bright ness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles tbe buoy aocy of tbeminpTJY them f Att 0IJ Haydons drugstore 25 cents 1FLL DEAD I John McAullff an Old Rral1enfof the Town Dies Suddenly of Heat Failure 4i White eating his breakfast iin hisroom on Main street on laf t Monday mornng at about 715 oclock John McAuliff and old residentand a familiar figure of the town dropped dead He fell oyer on the floor and after being picked up and laid on his bed died in a few minuits without re gaining conciousness DcJ H Lampton w summoned quickly but nothing could be done for the unfortunate old fellow and heart failure was assigned the cause of his death 1 John McAuliff wi s oneof the most familiar characters of Springfield He was about 67 years of age and was born mIre land but came to this country when quite a young man He came to Springfield to liveabout 85 years ago and worked at bis trade as shoemaker He wua good machanic and in tboed days he made boots and shoes for many ot the prominent citizens of this section He later engaged in the saloon business and accumulated considerable property He never had any children His first wife died about te1ve years ago and he later marriqd3 Miss Shea daughter of Mr Peter Shea ofthe county His second wife left him several years ago and is now living in Chicago although they have never een divorced John McAulfff was a goodhearted clever Irishman apd never did any one harm but himself In his later days he hurl become a confomed victim of jhe drink babt and lad re cently Seen on a severe spree which no doubt was the cause of his sudden death The funeral took place Tuesday morning F k ClenUfic DlSconrv Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomachthat whlchit unable to do for itself Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while tile inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyf spepsia Cure digests what you eat ahd enables the stomach anddigestive or gan to transform all food into rich red blood Sold bY all Druggiais DomicBarrel Snake stiry There was a lively battle between i flock of crows and a large cow snake on the farm of Mr E T Keltner near Grady ville ond day last week says the Columbia Spectator Mr Keltner was sitting in his room when he heard an unusual noise in his corn field He looked out and saw a flock of prows flying excitedly about near the ground and occasionally darting at something lying on the ground The crews did not notice hit approach and when a few steps from them he discovered a large cow snake striking at the crows when they chanced to get near enough HOshot the snake and thecrows flew away The following day he was again attracted by the same noise and told his nephew Roland Pile to take thegun and go out and put a stop to the racket The young man when in firing distanie fired at the flock and one fell to the ground He approached to pick it up and discovered that the same AJI rYour doctor will tell you that thin pale weak nervous chil dren become strong and well by ttkinr Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few da- ysSarsaparilla The change is very prompt and very marked Ask your doctor why it iis He has our formula and will explain When year old tot Many month no oee thought I could live beonuneqt thin blood Bat In a few weeks Ayerj 8 r ap rllU con pistol TMtored foe to health MM C IXIIYV VIeUiadf Nj Ie a bMtie drug1otii ford cAYUcIAwelf jTbeqChildren Iouin conttipation prevent svery Cure tf19set Vi4t Ayers Plllt aJ shot had killed a cow snake much larger than the one Mr Keltner had killed the diy be fore Tne two battles had oc curred exactiy on thesame spot KTfl prlnjj Nferttha Cause Catarrh Breathe Hyomcl and seCuredi Catarrhal troubles are more common at this season than any other time ofthe yearS The sudden changes that come duii the spring months are product tiye of mans cases of catarrht that without proper treatment will become chronici The pleasantest most conven lent and only scientific nietbod for the treatm ntandcureof catarrh is Hyomei Simply put twenty drops in the little pocket inhaler that comes with ever outfit andthen breathe it for three minutes four times a dtLfuhecomplte Hybmei outfit costs but one dollar and as the inhaler will last a lifetime and there is sufficient Hyomei for several weeks treatment it isJ the most economical catarrbal remedy known Extra bottles can be produced for fifty cents Ask the Red Cross Drug store to show you the strong guaran tee under which they sell Hyomei t Hillsboro y Cut worms are doing a great damage to young corn and garden stuff of all kinds t Our vicinity was visited by a good rain Saturday but little to bacco was set out Owing to the farmers not having their ground ready Plants are plentiful and ready to pat out Mrs Ean Sale and son Rod man visited relatives near Polin Saturday and Sunday Mrs J D Sutherland has re turned from a visit to relatives in Anderson county Mss Lulie Pinkston a popular young lady from Brooks ville visited Miss Jessie Noel llast week Much to the delight of one of young men G H Balkrd and daughter Miss Katie attended church here Sunday We are always gladto have them with us asthey are a great help to us in cur Sunday School and rust they will come more often in the future Miss tyallie Sh wmaker an attractive young lady whq has been visiting Misses Maud and Eva Inman has returned to her home at Botland Coroner J M Montgomery has held five inquests over dead bodies since Christmas and if it k eps up at that rate throughout the year his office will be fairly a good one The genial Coroner isnow expecting opposition from the Republicans Cant they give him some for November A P Settles who was to go to Lebanon last week to have a surgical operation performed to remove a cancer frozniatom itch is in so delicate health that his friends advised him against it at the present The Sunday School tthis place iis progressing nicely under the skilled management of bupt Anderson It is being largely attended and much interest manifested by all It will have a good report for tb county convention which meets in your town Saturday The school unanimously elected Mrs W Ezra Sutherland and Miss Maggie Montgomery as delegates to represent them in the convention A large crowd was out to hear Rev Hoskinson preach Sunday afternoon He gave us an able sermon OIIlOW to Keep the Heart to tha delight of all He certainly touched them up about right on euchre playing and many oTher sins so common i society Come again Biro Boiiv kmson for your preaching does us good f 1SlhYSaltif agreeableto th4 editor givs the rfkders in the jinar future an account of the last baltte fought witllndians by tht early tetter on the banks of this fatmius stream An account pf a Jwip amount rbf moaey hiddiwi inat its waters by an oak tint as nar rated by a chief some jears after J IIoitidHave t 1M F timuffi and tea 1 cuitt homemade They iwilll be fre4 Jr t 4 trftftVLicleaner and xJetonjemore tasty v t RoyalBaking Powr Ip the 1 4fwife F I tcalln6rm J I hot biscu pddings the fcI hyejt i cake crisp cooties cru1cusJ jmuffins with which tbe readynawide f io found at the lakeAop grocery does 1oRoya4th4reatefIbay i r t d5ACI44S POWMIti MW tf roi this battle which they were never able to get pcw ei ion of on account of being repiih ed by white man and having hid the money before the tight This is no false story for the indian graves are on the bank ol the river aid the stony in detail wu g yen to your correspondent by old citizens whohad relatiyea IP the fight LILAC t Backache is never known to those persons who tate an ocwufoaal dose ofPiQeules The value tf te ABti obtained from the Pine tree Jias 1- been recognized in the lrcatme t of dUetoes of the bladder and ki4eyi OHO dose of Finenie will jriVie relief aad oso bttlwill cur S ld kr Haydoishinnacy ttYff ce it DiMy During 4rhl week prcjof kis- bef1 taken in a Yry muiual Di vorce suit Mary BTatebell w d William Hatchell for divoro lid alimony Sbeis sevectyix years of age and the defendaiH iin even eighty years old They were married fortytix year afOr the plaintift being then al widow with several children The old couple Jive in the Dixvillineif h borhood and own a small ifraci of laadandsodie little p4r oaal propeity The aged plaintiff charges Tier more aged husband with abuse and cruel treatment settled aver slOb and failure to proyi4e del spite the facttht he iir nnablf darise from a chair without assistance The defendant d nki the charges made asserts that the wife abandoned hire while be was sick and greatly ik seed of her love nd and comfort MM invites her to return to his home and fireside Both wife and IIM bnii are feeble and infiraid unless prompt submisawn of he case iqad the final arbiter uf all flesh may cheat the chancellor out of his job riarrodsbarir Democrat hiJri Ditk Bldod poison creeps up towards the heart causing dentk J Er Stearns Belle PJaioet J MIDI writes that a friend dreamt fully ipjuredj his hand which swelled up like blood poisoniBg Bucklens Arnica Salve drew out the poisob healed the wolasd saved his life Bet in tiab world for burps and sores 25c rat 0 JV Haydons drug store Accliciitily KiNeri A special om1anvnltJames Alve aged thirteen years a pupil at the Stats School for the Deaf here felll thfpjigfe a trapdoor at Dawsoe s mill or flanging Fork this rnmg sad was instintl killed The tytJ had gone to tiiis popular Ssiiinff resort near the city for a1 days outtnff and Alvey tod a law otbe- ryaiatshsd climbed to the Ji lrtll kfj of t M4 mill la h4M4S1OAlvay ttl twetity4ve feet ot r b below His UllW vnskitf and hit bOy IfrrjWy SraWf His 6dj WM takeN to hisf home ielrliBa1r this evening Alyty was w Jphfjir of Ed Alvy of 1 isjl4iUCle jvftl dSf104liIhajoI AlveyT whiintil =fJ a t vPredfericlictoTrn thS CQUiJ ty t TT 15 Na4 CiflUd of Bprln flew visited luiPciKawft M Jacob Ki lbeHifl d wUe l H week H J cLooQr ws in asodlas wk iI JIXlw th week for a jris I 41 lr4SU fwIIITGr MrW P CIaie and Miss lj t ttet yomr town we Isfi 1asf Miss Beangt ot l bwoo wutb jif xt Ttittqr fir Mia Ira CShodWr kit veak Mxi C 44 Qrw 0 Spring 4 was I weaL Mr Jacob isp J J Ge aad Js tle1N in tuU sMFd7 iixr Jacob KiBfeeyfrs a4 wife visbLadl ttWdtufblar Mrs W T Banwtte 4 Mecsrrtl Bcfr day Jamal Ywto ht gb4 of Jacofc Pitl ba K atot sfJTtj- Mh r HfifJacob Pbtewoo a iW rubber 1tneII Bay W 1t ttdoscv-ery 2 iatefMffciis id eeLa1 sernKm 60 PrtioJ g4jg4on Siri Sh 11Jester CiVK aS tbifiiplae bp Bm o1reiWlL criSis poems L- whichwergoi iN Laberih itJ4 the hir Mrs G N Cunpbtll isI very ill jMrBissryj to Jilt home jn Py 14 bieJMr DIa4d1e lAslpIo of 8prigd tbs ga of Miss Ass qsskao JeekItoi a POMflQngbr and artI1 Mrhb4 t wascalling Sb ieratos wi PosV d mvat UIwtre Uinft at this pIa da JIJ Mrm Jtrev hW a W1epboel box p Ma hex store Mrv V T CaopWil hs gone to JisMontoi i4 hexpects tom khJs futof homo with hMLEIUOM i I IIY1k4 Tb ott ifarm fs u4 lonel- yaiitfaitfttjfr be f4 u the ne hfcmlM fa ipifckW db Uwje ficw fld lIia8 easy to edit Wfcb ibe I lih oa the nett farm or ia the ntt ooontj ti 4rbttalk o1r Sb back yard Dee Ad wI iL r- Saii that tb tbmts OQ o8hi mostiiaai e4 ou the lirin sire bettor off the tbanaAf Where sift But M MM of them do notIfind thai oprtmtB 113 too llate A few who gp to bee ies win Out and WO M probably have failed if they had Clayed on the farm But liii boy who leaves the farm to get away from hard work will find na rose strew u f path to fortune awaiting him in towo Exchange INC NEWSEtA ER- yY DAY f A YEAR IN ADVAN- OWR1AGPILDKV a v tt LiDAVISON Jr a f bsrs ike IDe P1 1 t t ea 4Wtwu iif politicalmatter k JrtJewraMl Jteub I4iry ffIocui- 1IPiuisLgi slrs4 de lIMra1 i p trMpe 3 1 L rytii 251 ci 50 Ji KOO f r THURSDAY MAY 11 1905 i The following is thelatestt teUttiil regarding the strike sit Mtion at Chicago The bigi dpfltirteteat stores and the ex r p Me OGttpies in Ohicage were 1 libt ioreeume business almost K IaAdraial basis There were UBxrottt clashes in the streets f I iwideiwrarin n were injured bttio oneieBously The police madejaany arrests during ther 4ay The Striking teamsters INijIiiate appointed committee to I i ie the President when he iticlbe Chicago The discharge o4 knioa teamster for refusing KfOcSUata boycotted store re H dJm additions to the ranksI of tbestrikers The new men ot are drivers for a teaming I coaapaay which delivers flour The cersmade a motion inr the United States Court to have ftt Fe4 ral injunction dissolved iyjfyjr VfyV butlhecbuft deferred the hear frv injof thee argument r f The Democraticf State Central Cptneaittee in session at Frank V lort appoiiied a State Cam pjg Committee with Judge JohnM iStssing as chairman advised a primary in fcall of the1 co1t1itiis ofte Twelfth s natO rthditrit Adopted a new rule titthe rotation system of nom n jbions be used only when there is unanimous consent and app proved lists of commltte men forthel cityof Covington and the 1teILA tornado which struck Mar qpette Kaps at 1155 oclock Monday nightti wrecked a part of ibe town killed twentyone ptopJe and injured fortytwo otberi1i rlfive minutes Two churcbaiiwi completely dem 04ish d The storm originated a ft f jw miles from the toen andi t f ifplloweda heaVy rain WANTED Reliable agent to cover this territory selling direct iocphsumer Liberal commis siari paid position permanent and profltae goods well known no monejrequired establishedi 25 yearapital 200000 high I aLt bank kind commercial refer entoes f 0 Great Eastern Coffee Tea Co- St Louis Mo r HHfiaww HfijiiWH mwi0iWr wHHfi MW J J = fiKtnIn Among County People as by our et ftft ftIftftlftftftnn nnnftftftnnn MOORESVILLE Tjb4re was a large crowd out last Sunday to bear Bro Adkins preach at New Hope Milton Matti n 17 has removedI from Bloomfieid to Mrs Anna Walls farm near Croakevllle It is reported by reliable au thority that there is going to ba a bank and telephone exchange established at Maud in the near fuiure Mr Nimrod Smith sold four head of cattle to Albert McMack infor60 bead of cattle s Royaltyr for 50 Ben Reddicks who is working for John Riley near SEringtpwn visited his parents near here last Sunday Fair View school No 30 has 54 pupils as shown by the report Albert Wall fand Lee Godley will go to WI S McMans at Woodrawn to paint his house Mrt Albert Kimball was in spur midst last week summoning witnesses to appear at the next term of court whbh commences May 22 Owens good road s We now have if supervisor witu an as sistant and our roads will be made at ieast we hope so bpt we wilr never believe it un til we seethQmini better condit ion than they are how Mr Thomas has taKen charge of the railroad business and postmaster pJace at Croaks ville and will in a short while bring on a goOd assortment of dry goods and groceries Mr Will Sweeney of Wood lawn attended church at New Hope last SundayI MTBausal Qull and charming sister Miss Ollie were in Spring ctield last Saturday Little Misses Margaret and Daisy BpbliU have returned to their home at Springfield after a wEeks visit with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith Mr Edd Sweeney visited his sister Mrs Fannie Huston at Chaplin last Sunday There has been several acres of tobacco set out this season v Dr Sam Crume and wife of Willisbura are visiting the family of Alex Yates this week Messrs Otis Settle and Earnest Goatley of Valley Hill and Steve scott Erastus Seay Patsey Bnggs and Herbert Grume of Polin attended church at New dopelast Sunday Mr Sanford Yocum and family and Mr Will Rhyne and family of Pulliam visited their brother Mr Edd Yocum last SundayX Misses Delia and Lydia Virgin of Maud were in Springfield Jastl Mr James Cull and wife and daughter MIss Ollie visited their son Mr Jim Cull in Nelson county last Saturday and Sun day Misses Anna Grahmland Stella Rhodes and Lewer Lindsey Messrs Owen Ellis Albert Wall and Jim Montgomery of Wood lawn attended church at St Rose last Sunday LV Mr J MI WallJs delivering corn to McCur llWelI at Springfield at W O Ellis is stilUn the nur sery business a hd hopes to see all bis friends between now and fall Save your orders for blmI he will treat you right Mrs Stella Goatley who for merly lived here we are sorry ft 1JJtherii while are i I jo4H so jthey may ttake care of on- tt 1fben old W C Grigsby in the near jjiuture will make Springfield one day 7i j i each rnoath for the purpose of test t ii j f ivrand adjusting glasses H i j Mftj Jraduafed from t Northern Iv i hlcagoiftdl eo3lege wPIld and is prepared SI1t tp Qurrcct all errors of lefractipn Be + I r jijilf tb4 latest method of fitting i glto Mi the Foggitg System Have t jrjwirjlijiii tested anti be convinced I fJ II tt14 cilGSBY kuows how to jit JrJ icri f 4 J r v euoUi1irnr a mw k News From The County I H s the t Reported Correspondents l1nftI r threet better Hines i Frldayshopping 55cperbushet C t to say is quite ill of 10 fl ama tory rheumatism at her home DetroitMichigan Mrs Etta Crume and Mrs W OEllis are on the sick listIWith good weather the farm ers will about wind up plantin- corn thisweek Miss Margarett Lyddana is visiting her sister Mrs Oh el Eddlemanvat Booker this week daughtfrMrsMartha Colman Mondav Miss Louise Settles 13 visitin at Tucker Heights Mrs James wall and children visited Mrs Will Payne at Booker last Wednesday SharpsvlIIe II Miss Katie Hardiri iis the guest of Miss Flossie Hardin Mrs Annie Hardin visited Mrs Sue Baker last Tuesday Miss Sara E Foster is low c this writing Mrs Fannie Write is visitin her sister Miss Sara E Poster this week The prayer meeting broke up Sunday night jal the Sinia hurch1 Dame rumor reports a wedding soon Mr Sam Birkhead and wife were the guests of the latter s parents last Sunday Born to the wife of Mr Water Simpson a fine girl Most of the people of this place are through planting corni Mrs Lizzie Grouch and daugi iter Miss Daisy left thiS morning lot Louisville to spend a week with friends and relatives We are sorry to here of Mer rill Vest banging himself one day last week It is awful to think that a person will get iin trouble enough to hang nimself Mackville Last Sunday was a big day at Deep Creek Good many of the young p op1e went Had dinner on ground and singing in the afternoon Dr W L Barnett bought a nice buggy horse from Charlie Rose Price 90 Miss Addie Warren of Perry ville is visiting Mrs John Hay den Rev G V Todd has returned home from Junction City where he had beeb attending district i conference Mr Wm Britton rwife and children of Harrodsburg were visiting his brother Ed Britton of this place Sunday Mrs Barnett and Miss Jap werevisitors at Dr Barnett Saturday and Sundav VJR Hatchett sold a horso to Dr W W Hyatt for lO- Mr James Cregor and wife attended Conference at Junction City last week Mrs Woods Hatchett and Miss Grace Hatchett were in Harrods burg last Saturday Mrs Cardie Bottoms has been quite sick for a week Mrs Hopper has some voung ladles visiting Her franz Perry yule radiant Swings Mr J W Satterlyi has had his dwelling house repainted Miss Mattie GordCnard niece spent Sundey with Miss Annie Lee White ooOO SAY 1 4 Are You Troubled JS IofI best Eye Instruments in the country Ky Hefits the well as the Eyes Beware of the traveling ardIIpeddler who goes from house to house he gets y money and you get nothingS I ii 4 a d YOUR EYES ARE PRICELESS il you the i r i l r 1t1in i G rGJsBy Optician rb BARDSTOWN KY yriSundayafternoon Mr vvu Oscar l CafterEdGoff I gMrEJisha White was the wel MrsJMr Newt Dennis is contem miJytoOklnfuture hQmeFiss Gertha Keeling was the rFoJohn Jeukins last week BloomfieldBurkheadfive I I ofIto bear of her recovery sooo 9ttheFoster at ulliam Saturday night tMrs Athena Durr and Miss Claudia Royalty visited at the home nearfea Monday last Mr Spears of your town is thisPgood dealof work in the way of clean lug this spring Mr Clay Foster and wife were the pleasant guests of John Roy alty and family at Pleasant Hill Saturday and Sunday Miss Clara Dean who is teach ing the subscription school at this SundayiGerthalKeeling We have had a fine rain and the mist beautiful time of theiyear has come The trees are greenfoliagesummer time sure Mr Levi alotFdwelling ofhisWell it seems that news is scarce this week with the excep tion of visiting but Iurn afraid to write all the visiting for fear people will think that our little anddontPuIIIam Ky Mr Kent Rogers and wifeot FrankAshGrant Scott sold two heifers andboughtDedmon for35 eyatGeopArmstrong bought a rubber tire buggyfor1iO R D Riley will move his saw mill to Mark Shoemikers hSOOtIR newblacksmitliRobert Brown bought a two yearold filly from fW aer Moore for 55 sheeptoRper T H Ash has improved his dwelling I tRockbridge MayEverybground Farinworkis progressing nicely and eyerybody in wearing smiles j Mr George Armstrong and t wife of Kirkland spent lust Satuiday and Sunday at theehome of Mr E I Foster and wife In Memory ofIMrs C F Kimberlin whot ont May 1st 1905 after weeks of indescribable suffering quitqly laid down the cross of this life to wear a crown in Heaven- Thefuneral services was con ducted the following day by Rev J W Campbell who in his gen te manner spoke beautiful and comforting words to the be reaved husband and sorrowiqg family After which the beauti ful white casket bearing the mortal remains of Virginia was borne bv six of her boy friends and laid to rest hi Bethlehem cemetety She had been a faith fat member of the Baptist girlhoodrmember of the Ladies Ms workingJ Society A truer purer girl nor a more devoted wife and mother never lived None knew her but to loge her Her sun went down while it was 3set day but weep not loyed ones for she is now rejoicing with the anglesjj 4Her constant jind earne j was that her stpraYertl brother might ba may the Heavenly Father in hi diviiex power su direct them that they may be led to trust Christ that she trusted adISj Imay we all lire fithfiil in lives SD that who a the allttof this life are over we may meet Virginia and our lovedj iones on the shining Shores olIo Eternity iin the prayer of who loved her w t Democratic Candidate The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county offices at the Democratic primary held in Washington county August 6th 1904 They are to be voted for at the regular election November 1905 For County Judge B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Mayes ounty Clerk W F Booker Repsfcnttive W D Claybrooke or Sheriff J S Osbourne Supr of SchoolsJ W Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett or Assessor T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy or CoronerJ ftf Montgomery OODfor9LD anti YOUNG rAugust Flower keeps the children healthy and strong longSooff in higiiBlee And snout to the druggist Please give it to me Inabllitjr to get up brisk and fresh in the morning lack of appetite pallor muddy complexion and poor spirits these all indicate a disordered stomach renttoof l regularlyJits a reliable old remedy for all stomach troubles neVer fails to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic constipation and- si a natural tonic for body and mindii Two sizes 25C and 750 All Druggists For sale a Haydons Pharmacy ree Trip to Louisville The Retail Merchants Associa tion of Louisville will refund in Cash the cost jof Round Trip Excursion tickets to opt of town customer luring the Entire period of Louisville Jockey Club May Races May 10th to 26th in elusive For particulars address J V BECKHAM Manager Retail Merchants Association Urban Bldg Louisville Ky Tee RIchest Man In tha World The richest man in the world cannot have his kidneys replaced nor live without them so it is important not to neglect these organs If Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at the first sign of danger the symptoms will disap ear and your health will be restored as it strengthensand builds up these organs as nothing else will Oscar Bovrman Lebanon Ky writes ave used Folvs Kidny Cure and take great pleasure in stilting it cured me permanently of kidney disease which certainly would have cost me my life For sate by The Red Cross Drugstore Wated Men and Women in this and adjoining counties for home or traveling workrepresenting and advertising toe Wholesale and Educational Departments of an olu established Manufacturing House Salary 350 per day RigIfurnished when necessary iposi tioji permanent references ex hanged Address Blew Broth rs Co Home Dept Chicago III 7i Pinedatve acts like poultice Best thing in the world for boils burns byHaydo For all kinds of good pain ting nriadein one grade only and that the best I 1 Make Your Rorw Coro And AHra fweIp II7 t ffi In order to I do so you should llave cfr 11nie BQ Visit my store and take a look atony stock L 1m 1 am making a spe ciali on CHAIRS1 1m Rockers in all styles mi Hall Chairs Dining F Chairs and p I a in- ChairSatfrOmI25M m Up rmi gil iyi latest designs I t rel Screen Doors cheaper thai anbodyandofg- ooIJ qualify r I tIUf i Na LEAGHMA1W THE FURNITURE MAN4 J B BB BB Your Repairing So1ieitedS SbopOOpposite Opera House ram prepared to do all kinds qf1 repairing on Boots and Shoes Machines Umbrellas Locks and Gunp Furnitura repaired and Upholstered Sci4 sors Raisors and Kniyes shar pened Saw filing In factI can do all kind of work in rhe repairing lines Work guaranteed i GEO B TAYLOR B LEGHORNS Pure heithybirds T be autifu plumage fine carriage bred from premium strain Have hadnootherkind for 9 years Good Stock Good Eggs 100 for 150 for 30 eggs Miss SUB A r f d no3 Springfield Ky p JAMES COX Agent for LEXINGTON HAVEN LAUNDRY i Basket leaves Monday night FfidalnightI Firstclass work guaranteed = Taken Up- On my place the day after the last November an old red cow The owner can have same by paying forits keep and for this advertisement 193t LMREED Everything you cat will taste good RlngdJjYSj1pepBf j 444 iThe Kurfees Painfl That Igood Paint represents X the best P a i n Value money ttt f I If is the Safesf Painf to use because every gallon is guaran t teed by the manufacturer as wellas the dealer 1 Grea Covering Cap rciy Long 4 est Wearing Quality Most Beau ifu Tin T Appearance AlItheeyougetins THE KURFEES PAINT That Good PaIntS tFor Sale w IheRedCrossllrHgStoropr i o SPRINGFIELD KY i4+444 K i My Special S30O Oak Rocker Fit Salesmen iNOtnetq i buy rchlurt3it tUrE q 4 I amp sing some- of the FindsQmest iS Bed 1R ISuits I ev httO 1 i wIftJSprIngflel fr i to W E E J SC 15eggs DUNCAN returns election i buy I jrsi jThe New Livery Stable I1 conductedbYIi loiinrO EISOH 4 It is fully equipped for business witli and fast horses A s are of the pqbl- it licited anfl our endeavor is to please Class Equipment 17 For Traveling V Main Street opposite Opera House = ==I I SUMMERi1i7XlJl I Among themiiothing PERFECTION Wickiess jBiue Fl Stove We have it in 2 3 arid 4 bur 1ij Ahead of any rOil Stove on the nlarket- f a m i Garden Hose i qualifyiKc t wIoeGBearfi Freezerst Iw t i We make a leader df the Wonder whtc m is positivftly the beti on the market and vg Jalways gives satisfactioni I Refrigerators In all sizes 1i1t- I I I TheSttl i IlstI u 1tlI t tht1 I qi J II ofIIMcElrcS TaIk4inL1S4 I am asent for se S iII HW MASTERS Handle the VICTOR TALK 5greatett on this market RECORDS AND Si of all kinds including latest pii of famous bands speakers songs etg r Agent for the Gotumlila K trd n stat 4 EDMJUELLJe JSYou can apply ManZantinsikrIgIit- here the pain is1 Jt is put up in cal lapsable tubes with nozzl attacfcmeat r introducing it MsinZan stops ain instantly anjl cures l1ktnGaof lId bleeding itcat1gafl41prQtrH4i- iles r Sold by Haydoas JPbiir qrfc odaI Dysp Ouo Plftiti aft jHeat 1 SetteesS Rockei t rb the === Bhillona tnwac bloittirAnl lkui tews P7a Fitentl tiiicsiCmPORi ouMithiie hjn All kia frifnid I were b dfy tripSBut flaeiti ApiriH S6oa ere ughSfar BItlsldsndl they believe 1IlLYnISBR pills relieved Sold Jy all DrugiriatsDr SyvpI r uIti I IL4ffiJRTON DENTttT bii TRACTED- 1 7 ITKbU PAIN r IiCIII klIl BUlra f1i I 4 BPRINoFIELUKY cAUDeftt Work Strictly 9 Fiist classIt T rf if J DR JJ ffl LAMPTON lJ y I OFFIOE Jir IaJtouse ii- C t WF3GR1pBYi ATTORNEYATLAWi4 f 53rt QAe fover Peoples Bank MJV BPniNOPIELD KY 4 = = = Jr B BARDS M W FYATT M RDS HY TT i PQsie IDS and Surgeons iIw I2XttO Ulerk Office JAMES GRAVES ffPEACTICAIT i litdiiier and Jeweler H I C rrk a line of Watches Clocks CndI f dry Repairing a Spe ialtyi Located on Main Street lie Presbyterian church rrifieW Ky L Tu RTiD1T tTr1rPRACTIdW IDENTIST1Oice over fiavdon Barber s tal work reasonable prices work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY 4 JOHN Y1 MAYS i FUNERAl DIRECTORJ AID UCE SEO EMBAlMER r w TELEPHONE A 1DAY19NIQHT74 t SPRINGFIELD K1 1alIroad Schedule t Following is the time schedule SK W ineffect on the Eardatown wl SpringtielA branch railroad o41Leaves Louisville at I4lOp m Bardstown Junction I f4pm Bardstown 552pm- f arrives at Springfield 645 pm o4ttaeves Spring at t m Itown 61 a tion o am e 755 am 43Leaves Louisville at ia j Bardstown Janction 30 iii Bardstown 1115 am xrive at Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a 20 pBQ Bdrdstown 230 pm jtardttown Junotion 435 pm brrivet at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves tinft4ld at 715 am Bards n 8 aa Bardstown Junction am arrives at Louisville 1o am 91 Sundays onlyLeaves ijsville at 6 pm Bardstqwn- ctioc 650 pm Bardstown 15 pm arrives Springfield F kpJu Mellt1 i Stay Well jj- L I T011j111should your ii against disease Im t sour health PurifyI- Oodl loucal do so- ueof ts Malt Tollic l 1r2OO per undred of cases bIy ij1HAgAN r ii- I Ict r ogh Ct is lrif t M to cttrUr Coti lur- 5r cdut H it ii pleaau tki ias fftroHte coofii 4 i I TOWN 7r iNHW U fifinJ niHH fifi Local Happening oT Interact The Freshest and Latest 1 1 1 All A utYourself Friends I and Acquaintances SM4MMJWMUWMMM rbushelr Get prices on flour by 50Q pounds at Campbells Heinz pure apple vinegar for sale by McElroy Bros For pure Red Top Cain Seed go to Campbells grocery Old Orchard Peas 2 cans for 25ccents at Campbells Communion wreaths at varidus prices for sale at the Knot Cos store Still a few pair Ladies 250 Shoes at 1 to close at Cdmp bellsIIAunt Sallyes Salt Rising bread received daily Always fresh at McElroy Bros McElroy Bros the grocersare sole agents for Chase San hums celebrated teas and coffees DrJ B RoBards purchased four headof nice horses in the Shakertowh neighborhood last week Try acaI of our Daisy Maid Saldng Powders at 5c and you will never buy any other at Campbells The first examination of white teachers for thjs county will be held here next week May 19th and 20thsThe hard shower of Wednesday morning afforded a fine to ba co season and a large amount of tobacco was set out in the county Fishing at the water woiks lake has been quite good recently Mr EdM Russell holds the record so far he having landed a four pound Bass on Monday Rev J C Hoskinson sold to JC Mann a good farm horse for 130 Miss Bettie Deboe hough of W K Hagan a four yearold driving horse for 140 J FoR SALEA fine young horse 4years old well broke to saddle and harness Fifteen hands and 3 inches brfghtbay Call or address Dr iT K Cisselt f Lo retto Ky Mr rosA Grundy met with a very painful accident while shearing some young mules last Saturday One of the animals caught his hand inI his mouth and hit off two of Mr Grundys fingers The injury iis quite a serious one Mrs Nelson Royalty wife of the wellkhown farmer of the harpsviUe Jtelghborhbod died last Mpntlay after a lingering illness of consumption She was a woman of fine character and had many friends Her maiden name was Foster Funeral took place on Tuesday tiMr Watt OBryan the well known stock trader met With a serious accident on the street last Friday Ee was walking along the sicje walk when he slipped on a banana peel and fell breaking one of the bones of his leftarm between the wrist and elbowII Miss Bettie Debo had a narrow escape last Friday from a rUnaway horse She was driv ing near the Graded school when the horse became fright ened and tan and kicked and threw Miss Debo out but ffortu nately she escaped wjth a few bruises Thp buggy was almost kicked to piecesi S M Campbell Auct reports BardstoWn court last Monday attendelandIthe following sajes made 4 so and 30 pigs 60 10 shoats at 2 80 per head 1 cow and calf 38 50j 1 cow and calf 241 stripper cow 1975 4 stripper cow 16 1 fouryearold mare 0 one buggy 35 fA meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Grundy Presby terian Orphanage was held at the home on Monday and matters pertaining to some improvements and other business were passed on There have been no children received at the institution as yet but it is expected that arrangements will be made for Some in the near future a j Tbei banns of matrimony were pbiiiJbe at St Hose between ICr qF Read and Miss 41mtl 1i w j TOPICS II- c3QMM i Wheatley The wedding will take place on next Tuesday at the church at St Rose The bridetobe is a daughter of Mr Stephen Wheatley while Mr Head is aj wellknown farmer living q short distance below Springfield Rev W H Williams of the Baptist church announces for his subject for next Sunday morning The Gra e of Liberality lind in the evening his theme will be Heart Cultiva tion The students of the Springfield Graded School are very cordially invited to attend the evening services Evening services begin at 745 oclock Felix Hamilton well known at this place was thrown from his bugffy at Coxs Creek Monday and seriously injured He has been unconscious almost con tinuously since but the latest news received was to the effect that he would recover Hamil ton traveled for H Weidekin Co grocers of Louisville and made this place almost every week A number of citizens of the own who have friends and relatives buried in Cemetery Hill contributed a find anil put in a much needed Improvement to the cemetery property in the shape of a new gate at the en trance The gate is one of the nev white Steel Gate variety and was put in by MrJ C Yates of Marion county who is agent for it Mr Yates has put in quite a number of these gates intbs vicinity Mrs R Le Durham wife of our Commonwealths Attorney died last Thursday morning at 1 oclock at her home at Greens burg after an illness of several months with a complication pf diseases Mrs Durham was formerly Miss Annie Willis of Adair county and was a most estimable ladyJThe remains were interred at Green bulg Saturday Mr Durham has the sympathy of a long list of friends in this county in his sad loss Roscoe M Baker aged about 14 years and the son of William Baker and wife of the Mackville neighborhood was tried before Judge Litsey Monday on a writ sworn outby his father who declared that the boy was incorri gible and that neither of his parents could do anything with him The court sentenced him to a term of two years in the Kentucky Schpdl of Reform at Lexington Telephone communication with the authorities at that institution revealed the fact however that there is no room for him there at present and the young man was taken back home to await a litter date when bad boys are not so plenti ful at the State institutions ClaybrookeLitsey Mr James R Claybrobke Jl- and Miss Beulah Litsey were married last evening atSoclock- at the beautiful country home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs A L Litsey in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood The wed ding was a quiet home affair only relatives and a few intimate friends being present Theceremony was performed by Rev W H Williams and Hon W D Claybropke and Miss Fan nie Litsey a sister of the bride acted as attendants After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Clay brooke left for the Durrett resi dence where they will go to house keeping Mr ClaybrooktJ w is a busy farmer and they have defered taking a trip until some later date The bride is a young woman with man friends and admirers while th reare few more popular young men in the county than the groom The NewsLeader joins many friends inwishing them much happiness A freak Pig The was bprm on the farm of Mr Adie Lyddan near Moores ville last week quitea curiosity in the shape of a twoheaded pig The little animal lived two days It had two perfectly formed snouts with two mouths tongues upper and lower jaws and could take nourishment through one of its mouths It hadthree eyesI the third eye being located in the center of the forehead or where the two heads joined The pig was perfectly formed other I wise and was one of a litter ofII eight Its body will be pr served in alcohol I t I CSale of Franchise I Pursuant to an ordinance pass ed by the City Council of the city of Springfield Ky at its regular May meeting I will on IofferI t door in Springfield Kyto theI highest and best bidder at pubI lic outcry at 2 oclock P M or there about a franchise or prive lige to erect operate and man j tain a telephone exchange em oracing central office apparatus telephone poles fixtures cables and wires along through over and under the streets side walks and alleys of the city of Springfield Ky on the terms and con ditions as set out in the ordi nance creating said franchise 6 F Wharton Clerk C C Springfield Ky Ice if You Order la Time Leave your orders on Satur day night for your Sunday ice No ice delivered after 9 A M We will close promptly at 9 and iif ypu fail to get it by then it will be your fault C WHagan Dinner The Ladies of the Christian church at Mackville will give a court day dinner at Springfield Ky May 22 1905 for the bene fit of the new Christian church at Mackville in the store room of Urjah Martin opposite Whar ton Tapps4 stable I PERSONAL H C Lee spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville J Charles Greene was in Lou isville the first of the week Mr A R Shultz and wife went to Louisville yesterday W L Smith of Louisville was here the first of the weekI Dr S J Smock has returned from a trip to Fraukfort Mesdames R A and J R Noe were in Lebanon Tuesday Mr and Mrs Evan Rogers areI in Louisville this week Messrs Hugh Lee Smith and Cliff Roberts were in Louisville Sunday M L Searcy lhas returned from a visit to Lawrenceburg and Frankfort Mr Fred Manget of Louisville visited friends here Sunday and Monday Arthur Mudd and Miss IMr McCabe went to Bardstowri yesterday Dinwiddie Lampton left Mon day to take charge of a position at Shelby Miss Misses Sallie McElroy and Hadgie Brown spent Tuesday rat the Grundy Orphanage Mrs Harry Brown of Leba nan visited Mrs Fred Hajgan Friday Mrs Chandler and Miss Bes si teL1M A X- 1MEANS I4U The Highest Point 1TUb HIGHEST POINT OF BRILLIANCY t IIJAlN WITH A COAT Of CLIMAX BUOCY PAINT The Result is Good oh any Surface where a Glossy and Beautifull Finish is Wanted GOOD FOR VEHICLES OF ANY KIND y C JHYDO- Njjjsjjjjjjjj5jjj E D iiave That Buggy P1and made to look like at the ol- dCasey nemm Paint Shop m on tower Main Street i1aThe seryide of an experienced IIand capable carriage painter have i1been secured and all who need any work in that done to BRING IN U YOUR VEHICLESr PJ L Af f Work Gqr nfe dito be firstclass in every respect rtH tJ H Ji Apply at Shop to I IB LAMBERT HAYDON Y1 J at Haydon Thompsons Stable a E a QQQG The First National Bank 1 SPRINGFIELD KY Japllnl S5OOOO Surplus and Undivided Profits S2OOO OFFICERS B L Llttfey President John W LewiR VlcePreaident A McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier R E Foster BookKeeper L Litsey J W lewis Sidney Green F M Camp bell Re H Edelen H M Grundy John 6 Polin S We grant every favor consistent withsafe banking Jness respectfully solicited OOOO Rogers of Lebanon were in town Monday Mrt Lee Upton of Upton Sta tion an Insurance adjuster vasI here the first of the week Mesdames W M Hyatt and T D Wells spent the day yesterday with friends in Lebanon Mrs Marshall of Indianapolis Is a guest of Mrs I L Janes this week Dr J B RoBards and sister leftl Monday for HendersonVille N Cj to visit their parents Miss Katie Hertlein returned Monday from a visit to Rev and Mrs S J Cannon atElkton Ky Ruel E Foster and mother went to JSharpsville Tuesday to attend the funeral bf Mrs Nelson Royalty Mr and Mrs Theo Canipbell and Misses Lizzie Waters and Lydia McElroy went to Louisville yesterday Mrs Emma Karrick and daughter Miss Vella arid Miss May Bodine of Maud wee here yesterday Mr Georgp E Medley who has been with his familV Inhere returned home yesterdeiy oI Owensboro Mrs C J Haydon has returned from a visit to her brother John A Simms at Chattanooga Tenn Mr Wallace Duncan who has been at work for the LNrailroad at Shepherdsyille re turned home Sunday night Mrs Alfred Dehoney of Leb anon visited at the home of her brother W T Merritt last Tuesday Miss Briggs McElroy of Leba non is a visitor at the home of Mr aid Mrs R F McElroy this week r Mrs William Carrithers of Louisville returned home Sun day after a short visit to her sister Mrs F R Hodapp Mr and Mrs Walter E Leach man went to Louisville and Crescent Hill yesterday for a short visit Mrs J H Lainpton and son James have ftone to Gyay on1 county to vising Mrs Lamptons father Mr Dinwiddie Mr James McAuliff of Louis yule was here yesterday to attend the funeral of his uncle John MqAuliff Mrs C D Robertsonenter taihed at Flinch Saturday after noon in honor of Mrs William Carrithers of Louisville Mr Mitchell Thompson and wife of New Haven were guests of Mr and Mrs Raymond F Hodapp from Saturday to Mon day Among those who went down yesterday to take in the Derby were Dr Shaunty JJ McCAbt Dr Price W wen M6L iek mwi andoilww g5 r orto LEO I i DIRECTORSB Mr and Mrs Leo Hayden are in Louisville this week Miss SarahiSimms entertained quite a large crowd of young people at Progressive Euchre on Tuesday evening Miss Parrott won the ladies prize and the gentlemans prize was awarded to Mr Herman Mudd A party of young people were delightfully entertained at the country home of Miand Mrs HM ONan on last Friday evening in honor of Miss Lillie Anderson of Danville Program For the Washington County Union Sunday School Conven i tion to be held at the Presbjte rian churclit Springfield Ky on Saturday May 13 1905 9 3s Devotional 950 Jleaing minutes of last convention1 lOOp The importance of the Sunday School Rev T D Lati mdr 10 20 How to have a good Sunday School E A Fox The Parents part Rev W E Suth erland The Pastors part The Superintendants part Judge W E Selecman The Teachers part Mr H E Walter The Pupils part Prof G W Colvin 1155 Appointment of Committees 1200 Noon intermission 130 Song Prayer and Praise Service 145 Soul winning m the Sun day School Rev W H Williams 215 Report of officers and t offering j2 ao The Great Teacher RevI JO Hoskinson 300 Round Table E A Fox Wv5F GRIGSBY Pres Mrs BYRON CROAKE Sec Noticft We the undersigned com mittee appointed by the City Council will on Tuesday May la at the office ofW F Grigsby receive sealed bids on contract to put 1000 perch oi crushed rock on the streets of Spring field Ky Specification furnished on application CONRAD HERTLIEN C A THOMPSON J Committee Killed A special from Harrodsbiirg saysIIOtiS Poulter twenty years ofage Was lIltaDtly killed by the accidental discharge of a- twentytwocaliber rifle this af ternoon near Bond ville in the western part of the county Poulter and another young man named Will Searcy wer oat hunting when the gun was djs charged the ball pawing through Poullera heart Goa1 t Sr ILS JurOITft 2 1 SATURDAY NLYa Tdo1dyeNeedl2epar r t I li J Good Brass Piis4cpaperI t 1 Medium Good Pins 1C paptr f III k Best Buttermilk Soap 6c cike i Talcum Powder 4 i 4 J I y Nice Duality Writing Papr and VEnvefopjsiI tt t in Io neat box lOc per box vJ j f HOOSIER j COTTON 4 78 per ykrcpi I 24inch Cotton Diaper 1Q yrd piece fylfecea 1 Y r tL J 274ijch Cottonj Diaper 10 yard pie efpr65 c fltsi l t J Good Cotton Crash 4 cents per yafe i t J l J HOPE COTTON J12C1 J y t 1tt 6r iHSfi i r t Special prices onii j J 1 ix INDIJt LINENS m3v j j1Hj j1 t t r V Prices attractive in every Department f plt7 t I J ROBERTSON MOSlll ttrfrf ooo8 H 6 O f vf Vw ijwiitiliwli liW ik rriJjJj tf I Hats for MentJf fIE r 1f II ii 3 3 t We have a omtLj a t plet lineof the teat if shapjes in hats for men Besides the t clebrated Swan brand f 1 we faave t a new line fe jI otf iAlpinei Straws Pa irtias Outing Cap and other ttyiMl lJatrIf 3 f See our new and fresi Jind ofShirtt wtitch 1 If t includes the Monarch negligeethie Famowt the jj J best 50 cent Shirt on the markcjt v J J4o 3 We call special attention to pur line of = t summer Underwear for Men leliaYe itlic t and the i IJquality assortment i 4bII r3 3 If you are contemplating trip this Suaamier a let us sell you one of our newscjt dieM suit cases fe t IIOrtindy Clayfcrooke t Wctetiit iJ lrj THE DOUBLE STORE 11 in4mt l tm f II tr io tj Peoples Deposit Bank IPRlwaFlD KY r P OR8ANIZEB MKBMKHt t9f- 9r Capital 5iO 1 jjt 5urpILIsafldt PrTIts2OOOO V OBFlCERS Geo D Robertson PmldCBt f ECTfcur atyitSPVtJ dent T A Boutwiire Oa 4ilter Ckaur gCcii Assistant Cashier HC Lee BooltXeeper DIRECTORSGeo D Robertson I HThUmaiB W L G L HafdoB J W SatterlyT jk Blanford Patrons enjoy eve privilegfr usualljf extended by rellaL well equipped Banks ro3pective aepoaitrs are invited twri call in person i4J4 A2 OO J J OfiJ j f I i The Spring field MMtNarket 1 rl 111 rrr III t j t ffi m FT COX CO f rvpsc rIjlm1 iA the place to buy conly the best nats ol I 1iIIIgi lt ffesh and salted t i tITI FISHIINnOYSTERSfIKSEIsli Al tITIl 4N Vi t We arzPYpred I ItO haas ICE f fi 4durng thswnmer land ouv customers f wmssvpin3jtquanhltYI i t Le AL w1c l Highest mark price paid for eep beei hIl tl1ow and good bar Ws INkThS mUkS fat va v- CM0kt IJR the Act rter Garmrd County Game t Wftiatftcaoiifht two Mercer qiii r ssniginDixXirera few I o 4w acoHe came up and in r jtttiftd a r their lockr and they i e i tidtMttheyhadDotcatghtyhin pT f irv prodOexd hia pipers and told 1 tfcwn to consider themselves odr flU They will t IIaT at Lancaster IA bete1 1YkiewlxwasinourOfflce Mon i J1loW us that the fishing ml li Jz river had been ruined abso it tJ Jjr The water was covered iriMd lab some weighing fKMiMvea to eight pounds the j tyiftpt dynamiting One man V 4otop of the cliftt kept rolling teif bovkkrsdown the cliff in an J vttioipt to stop the dynamiters 5g t Mttbe drew their gunstpnt t 1r jfitiip light iflarrodsburg Her r i r i7Geiedrstof testntxneddzne tes- j oia1a re yoWMy genuine Tp Ij1 iolkHri f oiSccrecentlr appeared in I il tlAtC4IOfl Kan Globcr Joe Tack I l a kllOn t sflneer running on 11 s the JCteiotiri Pacific between Wichita f ai 4lCi wa lately appeared in a big Jj oo wkk a pictare aad when be was 1ijj Y in thk Ace today we asked him about r it1Ie My he had terrific pains in f 1 liU tW ach awl thought he had can Il eer Hfo drlill istTecommeoded Kodol 0 d Wsaya it cared him He com 7 9I14 I f ICIMU it to otr1 who were also w eireXodo1 flspepIaw I Igests- I t t wbet JOH eat and cures all stomach 01 1ttroiblsl Sold by all Druggists J jdf f NMTritfciri iMks Sued + r Auditors Agent Harrison has 4 y r hid suits against the Mercer 1 National and First National b 4 Baiks of Han odsburg for back 14Y taxec for five years and wants I I2QOXto 25000 from each 4bank The suits are the same as J 1bfited throughout the State against banks being drawn in- it1f wholesale lots with the blanks rllfluptIUlt each case The j5if1 jetitKHi cnarge that the banks I e ch 1 hay q ersoI1alpropert 1t t worth iieojOOO and that only a i v part of it has been assessed for taxation t i The gist ot the suits is that Ji tbe banks have assessed their r100 000oapitarat r yalue d Iwbres its market vdueis160 YC share of 160000 and on T this differeace of 60000 Mr ti ifi1 rison wants taxes for five rt years pMt The suitis aUdrag 108 affair but it promises to j catch some fisbi The stock oft ftM banks is worth from 140 to i l6d and if the courts hofd that 2Jf t1e1 must pay on the marKet value our banks would each have ar EfS DJlat ImUoscd DOIl 4 j t t Foley k Co Chicago originated tv SiflULSe Y an4 Tar as a throat and lung t lT adefl account of the great 3 i Sl4 apopularityo Foleys Honey 4 i sdTir niaby linltatlpas are offered fi the Je uine Ask for Foleys- f Woney and Tar and refuse any substi r tute offered as no other preparation will give the saDie satisfaction This t mildly laxative It contains no opiates if and is safest for children rnd delicate jwreoBs Fpr sale by The Red Crcis rk Drug Store f i fcie mreatf GrJdiileealce f ISoaK two cups of stale breadcrumbs f r one pour in a quart of milk which MWt be boiling hot Pour this over the i fcreftdcrumbs Separate the yolks and whites of two eggs and bent light In teU1e soaked breadcrumbs add first thbeaten yolks then ttee ounces of jtour a tablespbontul melted butter n tHIlaU teaspoon d of suit Beat these rell then stir In lightly two teaspoon fuls idf baking powder and the beaten p kIsithMasc the griddle pnd bake I iEb In JTQIl thln cakea until a browi These are the most ose of all grlddlccakcs 4 x- Jcllle RHd CBBiard iio st eVcry liousekiiJeper knows th- eI 1det of a wet hot towel In unmolding Jellies and custards They will appre elate the nuggestion In Good Housekeeping of a cold towel to assist re I moving a cake or pie from the baking tin Wring the cloth out of cold wa ter fold and lay on the table and set the hot baking tin onlt for a few Minutes when the obdurate take or w Ite DrfUIJIJY h removwl t W rm Prospect Mr IInrdnutl admit sir that my life line not been what it should bft io bwt I truly nnd unselHslily love your daughter und If ever I give her a mo J t7Tt juenta pain 1 hope Ill be made to r sisurer torture for It Old Gentleman A nrmlYOhyou will You dont krow her V JIlakIHJr Downstream The fish niways lie with their noses apstream Jiud their eyes looking for I t what the water brings down There tore be natural and send the lure down 7 w5ii tJje realfly would come Outing It Cupids RehearsaL SIIeYou didnt seem startled whenI I 1 pf oed to you She No Jhne8o p r ftei 4re med that you proposed io t rDetrolt Jreqpressr rC tT ildl yemen cat rooe leavei wfb v liiiHy te fecure piuinpnesff iilxV stlH lHH eeBt j L eIaW what was the nearest yoc tr f ai J betag bribed asked the i 1 fciwha always blurts everytiitngrjght t f41JJ Itwa tht tie I yotefth the post l rfhMC WH stt i ofllTad TXXXXjHares E cqi4 eseicithat wu toaake ot L tbbil1gaVeltaHo- thu ultIII 4tWmcthatwasztkrcase9r T No Thweasire ntjtebp i d ll stock never amounted tb any i if Ji leijJ jAyerPii1 S Want your moustache or beird Vbeamtifnl brqwi or rich black Use MODEL WIVES AND MOTHERS Sometime flieWorI4 ls Inclined to Exa jfsrernte Their Goodness Ab she was suelia good 1ani they said of Mrs Blank when she died loel wife and mother put In another Enthusiastic friend iAndir thought oVer that quite a bit Was she such a success as wife and mother Her two BeDS It Is true were now honored members of the community but they had certainly hind a wild and foolish youth At otietlme It was even whispered that the youngest Well boys will bfe boys And yet it was strange considering that he hind such a good home and such a good mother Was Mr inpther aware of what he was going throughSOh dear no She hadnt even an Idea that such troubles existed in the BEADING ABOUT A BOXCiO MATCH world She was a saintly woman It would never have done to tell her any thing about It She never suspected a thing Arthur would Lave died rather than confide in her anything more tense than his progress in bis studies and his work Oh dear no He fought it out alone It was the same thing with her daughter Alice At sixteen she knew more about the world than her mother ever did Alice used to go to the toother of one lot her friends for advice She was a frivolous worldly minded wom an and entirely without Mrs Blanks saintly diameter and spiritual nature Did the children love their mother 4Ob yes Indeed they had the greatest respect and admiration for per much the same eellngthey had for the beautiful bit of porcelain china in the parlor which was meant to look at but never for use And her husband Oh well he had such a model homo that whenever he wanted to put klh feet up on a chair or tlo anything dis graceful like that after a hard days work be used to go to the club Oh no he never smoked at home You couldnt associate anytliingso vulgar as smoke with Mrs Blanks gentle refined nature Wily she was as dainty and pure minded as a flower Mr Blank was not fit to be her husband He was made of much coarser clay Why t he used to tend the sporting page and go occasionally to a bodng match Of course he never told her these things but once she came in suddenly and found him reading a dreadful large typed account of a prize fight In a paper and my dear it almost killed her She wasnt herself for days after wardSAh ye she was a wonderful soul a model wife and mother And yet of the Inner life of her bus band and her children of their likes dislikes struggles and inward cries for help this model wife and mother knew not one blessed thing MAUD ROBINSON A NURSERY VESTIBULE How to Decorate the Otherwise TJn nttrncflvc Top Floor Hallway Ino most Bouses the topJiall is not very attractive Why not furnish It as the picture suggests The walls may be papered In plain color or painted The frieze wjll be ot nursery rhyme pictures which may be obtained at any Interior decorators or cut from magazines and framcd in passe purtoiit If there are WITH POSTEIt IICIDKES enough paste them continuously Some long poster pictures framed slmpiy in green wpod hang on the walls and ui old lounge Is neatly covered with an art cretonne slip or it may lJere ilpholstercd with the asslstance of fine tacks and a long ui liolsterprs riecdle threaded with twine The floor is pretty stained green and thematllng may be of the Inexpensive Japanese kIWI green and white Thus thy ap proach to the childrens nursery or to their bedrooms can be wade attractivjc nuiti the house ivlll lbe beautifledjat tho same time R DE L E AUMB One Description of It What asked the teacher 56 you iUndejjstand bythe strenuous life iBOesJt convey any meaning to you rtSnfc replied thtxbadlboy Wthp frrw 4Whhat happens In the wood shed when pa gets home after rouvp teen ifliughty was the prompt reply Chicago P tiDelays Are Dangerous TJover And so your jnother does not betfeve In long engagements I am de lighted 4SMiss Do Broker Tes mamma says ever so many girls fathers have failed during long engagements and the poor nhing serer got married at all New JorkW ftJ J liverTheyconstipationbiliousness sickheadacheSold DYETimaisaui a A tial Story For Little Folks The Foolish Goat One day a goat found a pile of toma to cans and proceeded to devbur them poet passed that way and Razing on IA goat surd Thy visage Is that otn goat butt thy actions are decidedly asinine I wonder what on earth he cnn THE GOAT DEVOURED TIlE DICTIOKART mean cried the goat as the poet pass ed on his way I never beard such large words before Then he strolled along a little farther and presently he found a dictionary Oh exclalmell the goat This is the book that has all the big words and I guess J can find out in it what the poet meant But then I cant rend he pondered What am I to doIThen a happy thought occurred to him hI shall eat the book he said and then I shall have all the words in use Surely I shall be learned enough then Aid the goat devouredthe dictionary big words and little words and all and when he got through he was no wiser t than when he began Just then the man to whom the die tionary belonged came along and ho kgavejfthe goat a sound thrashing And the got decided that it Is not well to acquire too much learning In too short a time Atlanta Constitution I At JiimIl Story For Little Folks The Frogs Contest There was once a grand contest an noimccd for all tbe yduug frogs in Marshs pond The oldest bullfrog was coming to decide the matter Youn Pdter Frog had always been good from the time he was a polllwog and he made up his mind to Miii the prize and wear the medal For weeks the other frogs were practicing diving off a log and it was very much the way they had always played before the contestt was announced Peter Frog refused to join them He carried a toadstool for Inn umbrella so afraid was hrthut11 SOLDBST fBOO drop of water might spot his carefully rubbed gre in coat and he stood fat away from the hnjipy splashing young frogs for fear they should spatter mud on him And Peter Frog feit very superior to the other frogs aunt he went home with a nice little roll of music under his arm which u lInnet llund written out for him on a leaf intending tQ practice bird songs while nil the other frogs were bellowing aid shouting In chorus At last the day ot the Mutest cifbe The oldest bullfrog announced that there would be diving swizuinIagan l shouUug contests Peter Frog WitS lib own nephew and he had hoped thatt Peter might win the prize Get In there Why dont you jump Inlhesh- outed as Peter stood about with hisr toadstool umbrella over him and his little rOll of music under lila arms Tni afraid P11 soil my clothes replied Peter Im afraid Ill drown I dont like the water nasty wet stuff IBut I can slug a song just like a lin net and he swelled with pride A song Sing like t linnet boomed the old bullfrog Well who ever heard the like of that Youre a disgrace to11 yotir mime Peter You way leave the pond aiid live with the birds I hun no Men which frog won thatt contestperhaps they nil did but Po ter is living with the birds to this day and if you ever meet a delicate Httjo frog with n toadstool held over him for ai umbrella and chirping ns nearly like a bird us he can you will know Itb Peter Worcester Post WORKING PLANS They con For Ilrnln UraTFn and Grit Stock llninlnff In the rvdJ All the manure should be raked up and housed or penned The drains around the barn anil sheds should all be cleaned ut before the heavy spring rains set in Above all things see that your terraces are repaired In all broken places Many farmers seem to think when they run a terrace their work fe ended They want n self sustaining ever nuilitf WinIng terra cc We dont knoVof anything so infmortal except trouble nid wants ISo build upalll broken places in your terraces with rocks that should be r n moved from the surface or If they are not plentiful o dont seem to answer put Bermuda grass In thcu It will- JU jCorOTO UUsl nrcvent yonr soli from I I riverI are not properly run make your changes now while the demand for work In the l crop is not pressing upouf you Successful Stock Raising Stotpk raising Is a higher form of tfarming than cotton raising Diversity in farming not only gives us more money but it awakens more intelli gence There are scattered all over the south thousands of farms which are especial ly adaptedto stock raising some on ac count oqthelr hilly nature some by being covered with Bermuda grass some by their canebrakes etc To successfully raise stock a farmer must not go into It to vacillate with cvpry rise and depression of the market Sticking to his businessprudently the downs do nut discourage him anti the ups find him ready to seize upon all their advantages The Pastnres We have never seen an Ideal pasture in the south We suppose the best we ever saw would 4iot score more than 75 per cantt Our pastures should be sown with blue grass bur clover white clover lespedeza and Bermuda If you have Bermuda you can sow a mixture of the others over It rind scratch with subsoil plow or narrow scooter All the above plants not too closely grazed will reseed themselves Such a pasture properly put In will be a thing of profit beauty and Joy forever Edi tor G F Huanlcutt In uthernCulU rater l NOW FOR GRAFTING Starch at the North or When the Leaves flegin to Push Out Graf ting is now in order on all fa rorabfe days Varieties of grafting are many but cleft grafting represents the method commonly in use for tho graf- tring of orchard trees where the old top r1 JFi aUATT srIaNcLErr GItAFTIG wip STUB Is to be removed during the course of a few yours and a new one Is to be grown in its pace The Ideal time for this top grafting Is when the leaves me just pushing out for thin the vvouuds of grafting heal rapidly But la Praetiecif a larjt amount of Work Is to be done it mAy be necessary to begin from one to two months earlier and to continue several weeks beyond the Ideal point of time The whole operation of cleft grafting appears dearly in tile illustration after Bal sv Raler of Santo Domingo Carloa F Morales president of the republic of Santo Domingo has lived- the strenuous life since lie became the head of that diminutive nation How recr1 If the United States senate rati flea the amended protocol for a treaty which empowers Undo Sam to pro serve the public order of the Domin ican republic affairs in that land of revolutions will be on a firmer basis President Morales Is said to be n brave and honest man who is trying to stop the looting of tho public tress ury which his clwraef erjjrcd previous administrations Ills predecessor lou luau Tinienez was rdutitted nail lion est lhut he lacked courage consfMiutiif ly lila duration as president was very short Morales was born In Puerto Plata on the north coast of the Island In 1SG7 OABLOS P HORALEH mQrcJ1nnttKeenly a seminary camea priest retnainiug such for eight yours LoavitiK the church he took a wife and entered politics becpjulng governor of Puerto Pluta Later he was Imprisoned but making his escape ffom jail he nppecrcd at the head of the Monte Christ rebels who wOrethen- orout Don Juan Jimenez As there practically three revolutions ga 1ere on In the country at Jthe time id going forth to fight one of proposed to the leaders 11UirsuIttlI1US factions unite and put and then allow the pee ple to decide by a gtnorai electIon who should be their president This was accomplished and Morales was chosen provisional dictator Last June an election held and he was chosen president j A Aatnrrit nmnpprencmion Vlu say flue audience laughed when you recited Marco Bozzarls1 In Chloq go Yest answered Mr Stormlngton DnrpcsUau see when I came to the lines beginning Strlliet1fe people thought it was a local allusion Washington Star When a man will fclll himself becausn a woman refuses to marry him It Is conclusive evidence that the woman was lsht BultIniorc Herald The Area of theXcYror Rice Growing The rice area of Louisiana and Texas comprises three districts First the alluviall lands along the Mississippi and Its tributaries second the prairie lan1 In the extreme squthwcstern section of Louisiana and third the prairie lands of southeastern Texas TIle lost two districts really compose a single rice producing territory separated only by the sjite line T Ai tial Story For Little Pol s The Tree Climbing Camel Charles Honey Camel was one of the most progressive animals In all the realm of the king of beasts He was helfound Anddmost times So when Charles Henry heard that the circus parade was going to pass hisway he decided that he would climb a tree and view the long line of cages and the brass bands which would be in the procession from this elevated standpoint He Jiatl never climbed a tree but he thought If others couljl be ould floe Therefore when the first Ware of trumpets was heard afar off he set his ON THE WAY TO TILE CIRCUS PARADE forefeet against if sycamore and tried to draw himself up Intp the branches His feet slipped and as a reward be received a sound bump on the nose He tried again and gotfanother bump All this time the sound of music and of rumbling cages grew nearer and Charles Henry made a mighty effort and succeeded in drawing himself about half way to a lower limb Then cattle the parade and Charles Henry who only kept his position with the greatest effort gazed down in sat isfaction BUt as the second band passed the poor old camel found he could hold on no longer andjnlown he dropped BOomS boom kerplunk He went square Into the middle of the big bass drum And then you nay be sure there was trouble Poor Charles Hen ry was set upon bribe whqle circus and was beaten and belaid until ho was black and blue Worcester Post An fitinl Story Por Little Folks The Overconfident Fish Of all the fish in all the sea theres none so very smart as me sang the swordfish If you were really as smart as you think you are you wOuld all the fish beneath the BIniOf Pone so v9ry smart as IIt Ike mud dabbler Your grammar Isiit very good Well Im smart anyway declared the swordfish I shall never be caught by any of these fishermen with a fun ny little worm on a book Im too smart for that And then he went darting around beneath the boats of tbe fishermen who had come out frorp the shore with their hooks and lines and nets to catch fish Every now and then the swordfish would go to the surface of the water THETLI NEVER CATCUIIE and jump up into the air to show him self to the men and let them know what a beautiful fish there was that they could not catch He went as near the bunts as he could toowsP every body could have a good vldv of him I would like to have thai fish said one of the men but he wont bite at any of my lines Ill get him for you replied an old fisherman as he picked up a stout stick from the bottom ot the boat Then the very next time that the swordfish darted into the air the old dshcruian reached over and dealt him a hard blow wifth the sUck and Mr Fish fell info the boat with his senses knocked out MornS TbcreH more than one wiry to feitch Ush Detroit Journal 1 GOT AS GOOD AS HE GAVE How riillanthropUt Corcoran Was Anwirercd by a Woman vpThe lute W W Corcoran tlioiiUJllon alro phllanthropliit of Washington who gave to the city the magnllkout art gallery which bears his uainx Svat very fond of telling bow he WuS once overmatched by a wealthy maiden la dy from whom he desired to purchase a piece of property Mr Corcoran was the owner of the Arlington hotel at the corner of Ye mont avenue and II street Adjoining the hotel property on the H fetreet sldt j was a handsome brownstone mansion owned by tho maiden lady The lot upon which the hopsa was built ex pended bock to I street a distance of four hundred feet and abutted on the rear of the hotel property Mr Corcoran found It necessary to fnlarge the hotel property and with this end In view desired to piirchaso tho rear end of the lot owned by the maiden lady As she was Very wealthy he knew that a large price would not be any special Inducement and for a time was ata loss to know exactly how to approach her Ho finally coIl f1idcd to go straight to the p lOtJjJ and therefore Jjddressed her the fol Ipwituc nAt z i iiToCure a Cold in One DlIY Tde Laxative Bromo gUitilie KM Sevea Mo On5 soW i peat 12 aoatb TWc sipat PEOPLE OF THE DAY A Man of Peace Congressman Robert Baker of Now York who reccntTy created a sersation In the house by Introducing a resolu tion deprecating the action bf the presi dent In sending u message of condo hence to tlie czar on the assassination Grand Duke Serglus Is a unique fjsr ure In the national congress Mr Bak er objected to the Serglus message because of thq refusal of he hou e toad Journ out off respect to the Russian kIll- ed on the streets of St Petersburg on Jan 22 In offering hts resolution he said that lift hul been jtohl that If ho Introduced It a inoiiou vouiJ be math to expel him and he defied any uieiu BOBEBT BAKER her to move to that Affect Make it now he shouted Expel ItelJ you introduce your motion to expel Mr Baker Is a native of Bury St Ed inpSG21SInce In politics He Is an enthusiastic SupI porter of the plngc tax theory of late Henry George believes In the abo lltjon of all tariffs and advocates na tloual and municIpal ownership of putf lie utilities lIe was elected to the Fiftyeighth congress from the Sixth New York district which embraces d portion of the borough of Brooklyn New York city as n Democrat Mr Baker Is a alan of peace and Is oppbs eI to armies nil imvlci tie wasnot a candidate for reelection to congress TfloroirilflesT- horoughuIess is the twin brother of honesty When an employee gets the reputation of doIiiga thing not pretty nearly but exactly right it has nor jiflueuce with his employer than hunt lancy or talent Success Masailne It Is well to learn caution by the mis fortune of othersPubhIus Syrus 38 DOLLARS TO GflLiFORNIAI j AND THE Ij NORTHWEST Hendrson Route Corresponding low rates to Washington Oregon Ulah Montana Wand all Intermediate Points Tickets onsale daily 1pi1ncludlPJ MayI5J9O3 Ti Also Special Homeseekers Bate to the West and Southwest on certain dates If you contemplate atrpitkusf- or rates If you would tra velin Uorafoft see that your ticket reads over the Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis Free Reclining Chair CarBon all of our St Louis Trains Direct con flections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and South west U U IRWIN General KY FOLLOW THE FLAG TO 6ALIFORNIA OREGON And all points Wet Verj low I priced one way and round trip tipkets COLONISTI RATES r March 1st to May 15th Send postal Oat d for jinformationi to t F W GREENE D P A t Louisville Ky J Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous pess headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all duej to indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new dfscav cry represents the natural juices of tIgeaI Lion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatestt t Iqipwn tonic and reconstruottva properties Kodol DTI jiepsia Cure dote not only cure indication and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purIfying4w4jein j and strengthening he mucous me branes lining the stomach Mr S 3 Ban of Rayenswood W Vs styli twentyyezrsKodolforbaby 0 41letsite which stilt for lO cmts 4 Prtp41 g g pwrtr a 99 c1jQAQQ 1ND i I J t J JOI i SHUCK MCELROY fG C H iCilj t r McElroy fr WjhartoiT iflInsurance Real Estatet v IgenifjJ Firer Lifo and Torqadd Jiisiiriiicei 1fJj t Land sold oon1MlSd1Gni ri Office over Peoples Bank Phone L rJ l DIGNITThRE QcDISAB1NEDrALLIcDN No 1982 VolIe 5 IS HL R Jj f f I ill Mahogany bay black points white tin y pn left hind foot nhte jert ndtailiI 1 shoulders a saddle Itorse bea and ear on h m amodel under lIalte shOW1t often in model rin and winning tbe bue stringID every show nderi style in harness a show horse sure When QUO year old wore all ty n his class wherever shown also the blue ie tq sweepstake harness g same age When a threeyear old he was shown 14 times an4 work strIna bas never been dfcated in fancy harness rings has a1wz the victor istallion stake rings as a bree erq WIfl ShOWS with more of his get for size style and general confofmation andfor poses He is a saddle horse with five distinct gaits fast line acting J good in two walks and a nlcelopert ry positive in Ids trot under iKidl in harness great all around action as is required for an uptodate j high priced sale horse for saddle or harnessrae Is a sure enough b i f horse graceful styis1t and fast can bbov ightlI in1Sl seconds a 2 spripIswith a kindly dispo iiion for all purposes o a family horse He la the Ithasfen2hborsementypes his colt after1 himself tl1emoSt1Jnifi a sorrel colt The mostj able horse horses for the breeder to produce is the vbich serves the widest range Qt purposes ycll 1fisc 1t are shOw c oJ the highesb type blue stringwinnera from the oiest totheoungst PEDIGREESire4by Clester Dare s ItLhe by Black Squ 58 he by Blaci Eagle 74 he by King Wiliii4m 67tDe by Washington Denii poEIedgefQrdHJR he by Williarti Welch 341 he by RssdJcks Haunbhctonian 10 Dig 4thboroughTEEMSrWgnity Dare will make the season of 1905jttAV stable In tonville Ky at 25 to insure a lle colt Mares traded or removed fa insurance and money becomes dm1 and must be paiaat timeDf such teai tion Mares grazed at S250 per month arid hula to1 ba paul before imof mares Grain edit desired atreasonaftle rates Maws intrdsttw receive my personal attention iut will not be responsible for accl3 escapes Phone in residence call iustontilk exchange B g OARPJNTK SeINSRINE0 11 Chestnut Stallion by the greaiited Leafr kdtL iil KyV i of TD05 in charge of Sjfl1N I SO1I 1tthe Fair Grqundw taTkAilm To Insure iXivi in Cotij 0 ZJ ii DjfeSCRiPJlON AND fEDipllEE 1Smntluiiu Is abautifar lura aid caasttipi30 Ai twit style and action tiEe j the llVing j icture ioJ Ldg4 GeS V greatest show horse that everwore larness j fllif blabhorsdsi and Glorious Unset the gf itst pair K ntucy Hit- sw Madam Wod by aiadwobd ly Nutwood Mada W dam of Wildtood which oldl for saoj Ifis second- qJ rosa by f3a1roa Chief he byMambriioiChi tftjgYantes by Kiig Alinont by Mamurijo King and oftt Fourth dam Idling mare 221 W Suns1tloeas purchase and broUght t6 Springfield imprbJngbb4eedtJiiThe usual rules and terms for lreedtk horse will 0 A BUSINESS i lor voting woman yno would win success Ip life This beta of fit importance tofcet our training1 jit th f school very front rank r r BRYANT 8 STHATTON BUSING N E CurnertucagSSOOKKIEPNGSHeRTHANt TVPeWFJITING TELE = Seven one m hit Jl book te PJVIthe year Students can enter atany tlnfe E dj WFHGf ciMOI1 18 POWDECetsOuiy25aatDriiggWsraail25ctiCJIIOlT H sftat no longer hut sav tft k child stho 9ncl9 hay donij by hiM aslly 1ra avd qulcIy oontiSs th Wctsof twtamors 1at upfl t MflP5ANEOREST 1111 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