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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rT v r1UUu L IN J 1 11111111 1 lit l tt 1 i fif f c XII NmlfrS1 0 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON OUNTYXENTUOKY DECEMBER 7 l 1905 i1100 A YEAH 1 I1 r L I iL L T O 8 JftJt r T aun fYs 2Ir t33 au kiads of r PHONE rI f DIRECTOW ciinty eat ofGYILD IIJ CosRty 1 aues south 1 teat Miles from vUts town bfiiHck pi aId Nisliville IUreadfi I VjA dc1taratdistrict ttJUgragh and telephone grse 1irmills lumber JIIop ttllW popalation of l t tst4yt iu Congress Hon D I ttl Hodeiyi11e Ky p111tathe in Kentucky Legis I uIgs w Clayfcrookc iiIIu41Itldivc in State Senate Hon j IeMO Ky rjj iIHtiryDireet J 11 UlfCOmrr r bSotke fo rth e tl- rJJy 18 tbniary May aad Octo JiIn icJ LacooawealthAtJ J f r j d1X CaallCrk Q IkU XastTr oiul1iS QJ1 K7 COURTd rr9tac7c4ttiIel4Tony eK t1t liLttei Judge j coojir COURT CmmAif Coact mceU oa the fourth If jay ichaiMtb 1k I4teyJwlget I T Jis er County lerkti7 COtiptyAttS4flCY1oS vr4rcM1dtJaitfrS P7 ck SiieriJ 4 krdje 1IJlMntI t DeputhiefMasterr j j jJ a Jaa7M904e County suveyor jrXJtoyalty AssetsorIT P pBryan DeputyeJteMrlQe1reasurerE 1SX W J wptj of Common ROPei9 J CtTYC0T- fjfc lt Kee Police Judge GfTacsJitirshaU y iftomey i rTTSTICEcQrT i pee Courts are held inJanuary April July and October tf CM rcli Dlrtry F J OD STCHtJii d W Lyon r J lrJoerlce eYf i tie Tjintanc1 Third Sundays i t Rt5CI entk atila 11a d73ltpp1 Swiiayichooi every Sunday atl0am Jlyua eti r every Vcdacsday i irfht l CATEOLICIcHURCBI et Jltxea e9sav Pastor Ser r tSN TtrrSi day at 8 arid 10 oclock JiJik irYic atSt Rcse same hours L 4r f CHRISTIAN CHURCH i 3ev If Wttlden Pa t rJ Service rIIr afid fourih Sunday in each ith PI IYTiN CHURCH c ey Di I atitjier Pastor 1 FvMfchfoff tTNy Sawday at 11 am aa 4 M 7 pM 8sday school every wwfcday 14 10 aa Prayer meeting t VT Tkurady eveJ1 = Jio k 0 BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Win Harrison Williams taslor Sunday at11ap1pjreacliitijf evetg nd 745 piC Sunday School every BwodayatS 3 sal Prayer meeting every TSI4y evening at 745 oclock rstriaJ Orders 1 JL MA90KK n ttsP r flcid lodge 10 O et1 Ar t and tl4ird Moud- aLecaoatk Waskagtos R A dhaPTer NJ5- jee coid1uesday tt eSid Ceaacif S2 et501J wt trthonda y of Tu 3JAAE1S Meet- 1t o- nftrv i cI1Yineaah FWEYSY IH Pwwi II Ruslts From Cold JJ cm ember the name FtNyt ftoMf and Tar losiatt Upon having the gerrqia thr slz 250 Me IOO Prepared only by Poloy A Com anv Chicago Sale bfRd ro Drug r rr w r w i f r rfiRf r t I t j- n r INewSie6aVoL lt HN i1nW WW W J1l t 11ii1 r JjA CskScheMe- ti SHe heldt lnhis1andher answer WpuM he Ibseths richprmjpr win Hisloved youse was an heiress 1AAsort ova lavender hope And he pictureo a rosy future- Ashe opened tjie envelope tLL One glance at wOrds she had ivgjittgn tj Ancf his face greW an ashen gray IQauwit1ia41sh of roan And crossed with a brindleybay Then purple with deep vexation A sort of a boo maroon tie read on fast to his finish Where she punctured his little 4 balloon knowthat your blood is blue dear f And your character white as Snow But the long green talks to this lidY1 v A ypnknowj His frown oftan iinky bl ickness- Gravq with to a mortified red pThat changed to a deep inagenta As he pondered what she had said Asherosefroma deep brown study f His grief he could not contain Hisgolden dream had vanishedj And he gave a yell o pain Allison Yewell Vj OG LAWItTS sidtI1RIa Jdetermined effort will be- 1adent the next session of tIlej Kentucky Legislaturei to pass a og law The promoters of the- measurhave put up a good plan to have it introduced 0nJ account of the belief that the dog raW bill is a surelioodoo tIthe unfortunate member who fathers such a measured iit is proposed o keep the nameiQf th author ftilf3 bill secret It is the only way that the measure can ever beput before the General Assem for it is a ieH established act that the member whointro 3ucessuch anac issure to be defeated whenhe stands for rc- lection from his district This law which is being prepared will provide a tax of la dog be collectedby the Sheriff and the fund to be setapllrtto pay- orany damage which may be done to sheep by logs The laws similar to such laws in other States and the fUnd is thought be enough to reimburse sheSp owners for the killing of sheep by dogs The sentiment in fa vofOfadog law is said to be strong and tnerewillbe much pressure brought to bear to have the law passed although it is certain t meet with opposition from some of the country members f 1 = O FUSION State Revenue Vji Lucas has treated quite a stir amongthe taxpayers of the countv last week mi his efforts bto ferret out Hld rsofnoteg and other property and se6urit ies on which thestate did riot re ceive taxes This isi a new f thing on the people of this county and has caud no end of confussion and IHciinjfIf you have ever Wn144fad note or mortage even for a ve y short period of time the chances are you received a noticeiffucall on Mr Lucas and settle taxes on such notes for a certain number of years Injthe majority oIcases the tax payer washable toI explain what had beconie of the note and the reason why it it could not be held for taxes But it was a nuisance and caused no end of annoyaincc to the citi zens Farmers living fifteen ndtwentymilesfrom town were summoned to appear before this agent to explain why he did not fiayatax which he did not owe Tlie system govningthe duties of the State reyenue agent is woefully deficient In fact the iigen1dosSnot appear to work with any ystem He crimes andl he collects albWat liev dan and those who Vdont paywiry they simply dont pay thats all rti- s even said that the agent lUeq with several against wffem li he had claims bn3 compromise basis by cuttingtlie claims andI Staking 1ihlt hd could get j f t o SAY n HOME We tB hive freclflcntly t iedto impress the facfct oathe farmer b6y ol WMhington cOunty thatt he chances to make money at home areA just as good asuout weStifthey would apply the same effort Our Hiilsboro cor- respOideiitsays quitea number of the boys who have been out in the Weat trying theirliic k in farming are now returning home to spend the cord winter days aroimdthe fireside at home with old folks where they will be sure of three square meals each day We heatd dneof them say there is no cook like mother and no place llike hom9tf Thaib is right and itis a little strange to us why the boys cant see that way in the sprDgDndthus remain at home for almost everyone that does comes out much better that is with more money than the boy who tries his fortune In the Wet lOrture of al prfiac18p The st9ry of the torture of Rev 0 D Moore pastor of the Baptist church of Earperaville N Y will interest you He IIif eII suiting gripp sleep sitting up in bed I tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr Kings New Dis covery for consumption coughs and colds which entirely cured my cough and saved me from consumption A graud cUreI for diseased conditi ds of throat and lungs At 0 J Haydons drugstore price 50c and 1 00 guaranteed Trial bottle free Buncoed h Two bunco men accosted M W Wall of Lebanon Ky at Eleventh street and Broadway yesterday afternoon and made him believe that they were old frieads who had known him years ago in Marion county They wei erdelfghCeS teTee him and finally to show their appre cation of an old friend they prevailed upon him to go to a saloon at Teeth and Green streets and get a drink It is the same old story Wall was inveigled into a game and when he produced his pbrse containing 40 one of the men grabbed it arid ran from the I salodn Wall gavie chase and wasabout to overtake the men vhen he claims Frank Barn well1 the alleged proprittor of a saloon obstructed his pathway Itiis alleged that Barnwell told him that he was a detective and threatened Wall with arrest Wall was compelled to return to the saloon and the two thieves got away Wall told his troubles to Cap Sullivan and Detectives Daly and Walker were assigned to thecase They arrested Barn well on the charge of accessory detainedIVallconduct Herald Crowed Thrice r Oneof the mort unique and striking occurrences eveir heard of in connection wih religious services happened in Frankfort Sunday mo ningat the Method iotjchurch where Rev Harney is holding revivall services The preacher was explaining in his discourse Low the Almighty In tellching his ohildrep utilized every earthly element He showed that even the beasts of the field and the fowls of the air can be instruments of His Word jDi Harney declared tbatr there is Biblical authority for the fact I ers One dose of Ayers Cherry preventshightcoughs No croup No bronchitis A Cherry Pectoraldoctors medicine far all jilfections of the throat brd- nLtchilltubeslnd lungs Sold for over 60 years CJterrTPeetoratlnmyfainll7c drea JIB8 W DBYXES rbrAla ue 1c nncoLowell SInai Alldrualafor Night Coughs Keep thebowels openWItt one of Ayers PUts t Wtime JJust ont that a rooster was an instrument tin His hands when he crowed thrice rust at this instant and when the divine had these wrds in his mouth and was illustrat lug his point with great vehemence a large rooster flew on the fence jnst outside a window of the church ane crowed thrice The window was slightly raised and the majority of the con gregation could see the fowl Histcoc1r adoodledo rang out three times in rapids ccess ion while the preacher and the worshippers listened almost aghastasif they were hearing the very cock which had remind ed Peter of his denial of his Master When the humor of the situation bcoke upon the cougregation it was with diffi culty that laughter was repress ed Dr riarney also appeared considerably affected Harrods burg Herald PnrUlOS FIhtiu For seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash I had a bitter battle J with chronic stomach and liver trouble but at last I won and ofIdent intend in tbe future to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful med icme to haye cured such a bad ease as mine Sold under guar antee to do the same fpr you by 0 J Haydon druggist at50Ci a bottle Try them today 525120 There was shipped from Leba non to the Eastern inarke for the Thanksgiving trade the un usually large sum of 43760 lbs of turkey Thirty six hundred and forty five fowls were bought by the two local shippers and as the price paid by them was twelve cent the neat sum of 525120 was distributed among the turkey raisers in this section The birds were brought chiefly in this county although some of them were purchased in Green Adair Taylor Washington and Boyle counties They were de livered to the lteal dealers on f03t and were slaughtered and dressed by them Thirty fiye thousand pounds of the above shipment were handled by Messrs Adams Gra ham and 8760 pounds by al U Miller Co While t freqpent ily cccurs that some of the fowls spoil on account oi being improperly slaughtered or dress ed neither oZ he local firms sustained any loss whatsoever which speaks well for the man ner and care exercised in han dUng their business Both of the local houses will continue to buy and ship and many thousand pounds more will be sent East from this city before the Christinas holidays Enterprise Take Laxative Dromo Qulnnie Tab lets All druggists refund the money f It fails to cure W Groves signature is eacbboz 25c S rfous 11 j1 Accident Mr Robert Sutton Suffers ta Pall and Is Badly Hurt 1 f Mr Robert F Sutton the popular mail clerk who lives at thisjplade met with a severe ac cidept at Lebanon on last Thurs day evening which came neai having serious results Mr Sutton was confined to the bos pital for several days bub is now thought to be recovering with out any serious consequences Mr Sutton together with a number of other Springfield Knights Templar had gone overt Lebanon to attend a Thanks giving banquet of the lodge While standing in the hall short ly after the banquet and with his back to the opening of the stair way Mr Sutton carelessly stepped backward and fell down the stairs to jthe first landing where his head struck a window sill with terrific force He was picked up unconscious ard taken to Dr McChords Infirmary He dtand it was thought for a time hS skull was fractured Later onjhe began to improve however andiisexpected that he will be abitto resume his duties in a few das- MI and Mrs Sutton hate a host of friends in vSpringfied who will be pleased to learn of Mrfh Buttons recovery from wat Jlooked like a ngerOusinjnF Df Interest to Motor Thousands of little ones die every year of croup Most of them could haye been savedl by a few doses of Foleys Honey find Tar and every family with children should keep it thc house It cOptainsnpc opiates 18 safe and sure Mr George H Picket San Francisco CalY writes ily baby had a uangrousattaek of cioup and we thought she would choke to death but one dose of Foieys1 Honey and Tar relieved her at once after hereiedfcrhFfafledrea- re never a minute without it la the house For salo by Red Cross Drug- Store IrENWlCK Miss Lou Logsdon of OhiC ago is yisiMn relatives here this week Will Nalley and wife were in Mackville Sunday Mis Virgie Paype Las re turned homo after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Edd Graves Miss Lena CJissell entertained a few of her friends Saturday night Minnie and Lena Barker at tended church in Mackville Sunday Joe Smith of your town was here Sunday Mrs Diana and Miss Eliza Smith and Miss Lout Logsdon pent Sunday at the home of Mrs w G Adams ititMisses Sadie Fen wick and Roxie Cissell spedt Sunday with Miss Mary Jan s Miss Annabel Riley prnT Sunday in your town Alex Smith and family visited Snnjday hefjsIsterweek jt Sam Oder wasin Jfbortowiii Saturday on business iJay is fettles and family spent Sunday with ihefamily ot Rob ert Shewmaker Jessie Robertson spent Satt urday night and Sunday at the home ofW Y Goodie tt Ws F Logs oll and John Kell ley were in Valley Hill Mondahr Mrs J W Bsrker and sistt rj Reita were in your tajwii Sun1 day t hisLeeRiI and MissMary Tumey spentSunday the home ofErastasCjse The averages of the pupil of the monthly examination at this place is as follows Anna lings don 98 Maggie Wycoff 93 Ret ta Barker 92 M1Jt Logsdon 92 Frank Logsdon QOk Annie Riley 90 Hattie Bowles 89 Li zie Davis 88 Alma Feu wick j5 Fannie Logsdon 82 Sam Odor 82 Sadie Fenwic81J The cason of JlldJIione The season of indigestion is uron us KodolDvsppaia Oure for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do everything fot tfte stomach that ah sverJoaded or overworked fliomacli can not do for itself Kodql Digests what YOU eat givesT the stomach a rest relieves sour stomach Belching heartbi n indig stionfete Sold by all druggists 4 I Oil In Marlon While digging a well af his home near Aliceton last seek Mr Gaber Bob h struck s good vein of 61 and is enthusiastic over tbe prospector finding oil in paying quantity on his farm In many other sections in this county fine evidences of oil are found aud mln of expjrience along tiis linesay there is no doubtbua r4ch fi Qd could be made near here if the proper ef fdrijs were made This matter wlas investigated several years ago and it was the udanimous opinion Ot everybody at that time that large quantities proil could be found here and the people are still of the same opir i I19nly two wells were bored at that time the last one of which was near New Market and will burn for hours if ignited now but for some reason when ilbe find wtJs made all efforts to proceed with the work were ab n aonedcHat first you dont succeed try try again is a motto that has won many a for tuneand we cleam this matter of suffici nt importance to be ta1on up by our Commercial Club Marion Falcon For GracKcd Hands Ron h skiu t and cracked hands are not tnly cmed by DeAVltfs Witch Hazel Salve but an occasional appli cation will keeo the skin soft and smooth Best for Eczema cuts Burnp Boils etc The genuine De Witts Witch Hazel Salve affords imi l fre1ie in all forms of Blind Bleeding Itching and Prctrudmg Piles Sold by all druggists ruinith re toF Holiday GtfI 111 togo to Louisville for LEACH MAN has anIt uptodate line in everything The following are a few I specials jsideIIRockers in Oak Mah apYfDiningo m furniture 1Antcfrp and rw6athered boards buffetts china Clos tsJI LADIES DESKS In thbest and chairs- Combination j styles Book cases I i jLMusict Morris Chairs of all Iphofs gen A solid dak suit of Furniture uine Leather 7clour and for 1650 ug + Chase Leather Parlor Upholstered Furniture t IHallFurniture the prettiest ever Chairs from 275 per set toao v Anything pertaining to the Furniture line cag be had at 20 per cent less than Louisville prices v I cijii4II tJ = Aai SV8SG jIt s7 t t 1 rZJ k il 4 JDalllt17 Fi r4 4 i t 439jLDemand V- TNVERY i tfReceIpt tit ctils forere1 of tart0 ri soda or bakipg powd M ithe Royala j g Powder i Better ruuLI r t will be obt lnfed becaudc abh4purity and leaveningitrengtbo ttbrRoyal Itwiilrnakct1ef hihta f 1 tA1 t sweeter df finer flavor inbR gtW sad t irwholesome It is always reliable andf ttc q In Its work l Alum and phosp1tebaking powdcis l bf them solcl tthe same price lrsome of them cheaperwillmake it t dainty nor wholesome food L i LLri lAKJl4aFOWDEJl H wsj i IfJ fii oooo hpIj11I oF l LOGJILINThRtST 4tJ I lill1 i p ADAMS Tfe TimeSjast Sat pry c utinedlhet following Miss PearKAdams iof Springfield Ky and Me W B Clark will be married iin New YOrK Caris mas d4yAfter the cere npny they wiUgo on a bridal stoppingafewrelatives dn January 20 dnd after they wUpba at home to ttieir friends at their homfe in Indi naopHs Ind Miss Pearl Adams is a daughter of Mr MrsW C5 Adams of Spring ti laShe has been tacfiingl school 19 Washington where she is well mo rhrvrb Clark is a Kentuckian but has been in New York several years He1 was receritly1 transferred tov IndianaopKs bytha firm with responsiblfilposition young ouple bflClt sveral years when they attended Slate College at fJjexington Ky IRFfNrEDMrJQbnR Bar ber owner of ths Walton Hotel has leased the property ror4a term of years o jyfr Woodson Mpss of Sullivan IIidwho is to take charge when Mr Thompson goes out about Jan first Mr Mosswas hereMonday and clcsecl the trade for the lleasse He expresses himself as being highly pleased with Spring field and with the hotel property Mr Moss corner well recomend ed as a hotel man of practical experience and has been success ful ip the business elswhere His family consists of lii wife nd mother Mr Moss is a pleasant gentleman jandm de s good impresaion on the1 peple whom he methere HORSE KILL D ir Ben Hay don of the Pleasant Run neighborhood llost a valuable horse thtough a rather peculiar a cio denton day last week TIle horse was loose irra tieldbor denns on a creek and was graziiijg near the edge of art em bankment which hadbe n und r ininedby muskrat The bank sud4fniy caved iiraSid the horde fell into tlie excavation Tn a way as toAbreak its backrendei mg iv helpless so thnttit hUtc- be destroyed Mr Hydii- prrzd the horse very highly having recently refqsci an offer 0 20b f p i ir JL j MARRiEb The manjfriedi of Mr Harry CIeavrwhqfoi some time past has btfen ted with the L NtR RCa at Jellico Tenn wIll be surprised to learn that hebas joinei the raJnkao tj1etedicts Be was married last we ktu Mfse Anna AmesoftOuisvillewhc- hid been visiting Her sisttr m Jtellico He haa jgivi8 flp bi- bpoitiguwith thalratlrjid cam pany andhas accepted OM i Chicago where h and Juth1 expect to make itheirrme kebanon Enterprij f 4 BRBNGPIJA ipcewi iron Eliiabfttitowi ttyfi MRer Ift thiraiihitf diyltife resigned to Me eN- ie pastOlleot StCh rL 7 y j tQN I f l EAR e J I f ft itt D 4 T T A b E on t in S t t great form ilsome wd Atlanta and county such cbdnec i 1Baptistchurch in + Hwill take cb 5 btIfclon JasrTBreHfclfr s aIorgns r county Biam accl is a Mrs Sf GHetdre oi sv kSPROPERTY SOLDMi B8jlit has 1dj Ev fIiMHiJ he oM 1Wi si 51 LsmltH shop and tedwI j 9t lion winCofltdCrationbng I Boblitt will coetioue tolivt the d wel IiBiyiMK Vifig rented 4 froththeneiwneitor j f siNptkfag loesnt digift tilt food iltaeif jrUetb itomiofc ret Youca 4jOt1Iir IikmiCb wilt its strength aMl irtt well compelled ic 4ciibe lInP rk- soundsto ftchsbcuWdoYoaii sexpecb a sicic kline ID j et wet it is compelled Wd a f oil dfevery dwr of tw Jfotif t 51 pepia Cure la a prfct diget OfditidijerfipB BKhijr Sopi S S and allstoek di orderi sUdrugghtab Huiter Hy 15004 Iriittj klid I eli neighbor Davy Ch ham fine steer kilted Jbjr i huntgrs the other dajv 4 crime js thoigbt fbhave epmtaiUed by negro baa These oartle s and bmi acts make it had Sf generally as kevidaQe4 4farmers alizoM to a inaji J trespass notto i warnla from cQoiinff on their J optional with farmer owners to alto w perjjpi dn their land ad rbea that pdfDeg it bS shi maiiciow toy the hItikrners 1r pi acts They ha lajrt itistrue b prits perpeirafca v get away wihnut that the farmis the cirnclidaotha tiuntepi from their only safe mea ofiLog tNir stock anir3peciaIeffori hcii Obto serch ot the i dive thai Iboir deert is no exe a 1sl- ltheiraetsHrrodtt 1 Tilfhtai Wewiab to Mate t throughout the 4tteddireclyorany otfer iifho O0flbc Wetapende 5Xbae CornzAisscbnits C iDG Pr priets TobkeS rttim +ofr and Chk4g j n iWL VA4 LINIS Leave Louisville l1O IJD tr rive ludianapoi isJl pn wliicago 7JO am CoLflpnSe pIng cU t od qi h tt f b tough GettidadeI4 4 lity Ofll e FoortMajIOreet i A lilt1 ftEWSLEADER rr A rD iVMY THURSDAY 1 i iAJitliADVANCE i SPlHHGFIELTp KY cjl 4 L J ELDAVISON JrJt jot Local prbiMnws notices 10 cents per ackJcubSCqllcpUDsezUqU flilCl1S 6 caadidaJteraBcl political matter l i prIIiis i JoVtrerk Ji dose atIow rates but cash it i iattidjltcrc1fc cds r ApT rttiHg contracts made llbera1 ftetl i S IM1ivle aadTtwolutions ot respect jJ C1per 1 1 fIiz AD9uxmnlX1J1 h 50 ii MagJstrt1teS qr anty OMcers r1- iIitrht OIMccsHh lr 7 TKtf RSDAY DEC 7 1905 v Otu1aw makers at Washing ibiiWe getting down to business 1 Both Bouses of Con l ess listene to th reading of the President 5SiFyJ messiage In the House prelim i i 4rary steps were laken for ap prcpfiating the needed emergency funds for the Panama canal i 1IJi H solution 4S3 II1pttby for Jews wai offered titheRussJan IItland referreJto a committee ir r i President Roosevelt yesterday tP d Jtj to the Senate the nomina r4l tions of George W Long and t Stephcn G Sharp to be Marshals J far Kentucky j H Tinsley and- i fi i HiD Bill to be Dbrict Attor beiJ t tpllector of the Eighth district 5S 1lqHt Berryman to be post Bister at Lexington f tfi JO cue Pncnmoni on ReourJ t We do not know of single instance whereat cowgh tor cold resulted in pne- urarlaors consumption when Foleys rJ iioney and Tar had been taken It fiJ cures coughs and colds perfectly so t ilo2ot take chances with some un knows preparation which maj con is s Vtiin opiates which cause constipation condition that retards recovery from a colJ Ask for Foleys l oney and t Tar and refuse any substitute offered r fors41e by jed Cross Drug Store I iiK t 5 VaileyHiliS vS crC Mr Hugh Goatley and wife wlnd Mr iWF Moran and wife were at the home of Edward Goatley at Maud Sunday j Willie Moran was at the rIof Mr Hugh Goatley Sunday- Miss Jean Goatloy visited 1lrs1 I f Virgin last week s i Mft Clyde Goatley was at 1 L JMaud Sunday qW N Elliott visited Mr Dock Reed Sunday Mr Sabe Hardjn has moveiI 4 his saw mill to Mr W S Y t tf Goodlets l IMr Harry De ringer ana Jae tMorant were hUliQgin the M- J Zba nerghdorhocd last week Mr Sam Tucker bought a horse from Mr Montgomery Reed for flOO Mr McMicken purchased some cattle from Mr Oini Goat tobe delivered Tan 1st i MrSimrsonReddick sold ad o lu kaJ o lne i J ThojTreed sold a mute to 4 t Mr Mudd of this place for 30 Mr W F Moran biUed two 1 1ff beeves last week and sold them t 1tC5 oF r Cux Co sMrs WFJ Mqrahvis ill at hi writing Wiuter i i FOLSIN JfJMrs Thai Cheatbam visited her psretsatChap1in la week fiMra Maiyf Crow arid Miss Bettie Gumniins were in Spring- fieldr Wednesday Master Fred McCarni of Qhap if1 JTn visited at the home of Mr m 1f Thomas Cheatham Satur lay and Sunday Mrs Walker Lewis yfeiited itoff i Ker mother Mrs MoUieWiliwns SatJr day 1 We ax a very sorry to hear ot the deah of Mrs Hjatt of VU Ijsburg We extend our sympa thy to the family Edd Mitchell and Marvin WiII liams were in Polin Sunday after noon We are sorry to be rof Mrs GD Bodine haying a light attack of paralassis Quite a number from PoHnI went hunting on Thanksgiving day all report a jolly good time Well Polin is on a boom it has l a telephone We are gld that thty have it completed Rumor says tliHie is auotner wedding to be soon round Po lin x ftnlM rjWi Honey and fLdr Foley Co ChIcago origiratod Eoneyand Tar ajs a throat and lung remedy and on Account of the greEt nurit and populaityof Foleys Honey and Tar many invitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satiafaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cross Drug Store 11lilllsboro The Thanksgiving edition of the NewsLeader was a dandy and highly complimented by everyone but wait uctif the Christmas issue comes out and it eclipses aH previous issues foritsopapetl In our article on the SnIt aiver battle in the NewsLeader last veek we stated that AllenV men Killed a man nrar VanDyke old mill bythe name 61 Murphy It should have been Gunter I was certamiy an oversight in us Bud Gihspie and wife who have been visiiing relatives ic this vicinity have returned tc their home in Harrodsburg e heird another wert er prophet launchforth some af his prophecy last week concerjniag the winter in which he predicted amild one fi6tn the fact that no wild geese ad birds Lave passed over this fall going South He says that numerous flocks of birds and geese have been seen going South when a cold wintei Iis in sight We would ba glad now to hear from the goos bont prophet Who will gve it MaymeB Merritt our tMiss spent from Thursday until Sunday wiih her mother Willisburg We are glad to report our school in a flourish log condition The attendance is large and has held up well throughout tne school and the parent as well as pupils have manifested much intrest in its success Thesalof Z P Leachman Wednesday was well attended Abundant dinner wason tne grounds for all Auct Campbell was in fiae shape and did some good work Stock sold well celtIear 150 milk cOws from 19 to 30 calf 10 sheep 4 05 per head buggies fuom 40 to 60 House hold and kitchen furniture sold fairly well Mr Leachmah and family will hortly move to Iowa The GroWers Association has again failed as was expected by all but the failure of tills enter prise can riot bei bttributed to the farmersnotdding their duty True they did not sign up their crop this year but the reason was that they had Tesppnded at every call during the past two years anu still they did nothing New who could once think of the growers again signing up then crops this year and waiting pjy the ovementsof the Association Thet growers may aftor all be condemned to death by the trust President Hawkins dfan atic talk is alright but iii i eed not be thrown at the gro v Ors They have and are nOR ever ready vLdo theii pin to aid the mov4 but they willl not Contribute their money in ad vance to any movement with all- is uncertainties of it beng a up J D Sutherland and wife WiHlra Bowle and wife and Josh Inn man and wife spent Sunday with the family of Evan Sales near Mcllvoyd Heights Dr J L Cammack the well known ve rinary surgeoh of z c 1 Allot Tlme t3 Can t Be o Had rx j this wintr winter w ihur coal GetIt jOWifldLVQ I J deliveryon nasty 4y14onifJ iCoaqoing Up tJ 0k it does ch year 4tch it and s as winter np Z A tqn Of i worth two tons half ceat Zhallslclr THATEOPLEBUY OF life Ii t4 Lr4caJQNES tic Jf c r I F ii = = r r rurw I kkikiII I F l rffVogive o some idea of what we expect do In this gigantic sale and In order to induce trade to come tousi from all parts of the dfcounty we quote below prices on a few items from our immense and varied stock i rJ J 11l5C t c5w1r Clothing wWe are overstocked in fine 4Suitsand Overcoats and will set ji regardless ot price 4 1800 and 2000 Suits for 1500 15 00 and 1650 Stilts for 12 00 120 and 1 350 Su tst for lOCO tI 1000 Suitfor750W 750 Suis for 500 1750 and 18CO Overcoits 1115- 0tI 15 00 Overcoats 12 4 1250 Overcoats 9 50 1QOO Overcoats 7 50 4 i 750l Overcoats 5 00 4 Corduroy Suis 5 Wall Paper iWe Paperiwe offer it at half price except Ingrains i have em at surprise Womens Cloaks 13 worth 18 00 4 Long 10 00 1500 5 Cloaks 7 worth 1000 Long 500 worth 7 50 5 1000 j Misses and in same Ing low price as above PuisllCO worth 15 Long worth 1250 Fur 750 worth 10 Long Furs 5 worth 750 Nice full Furs for 75c 1 CO and 125 L t i ft i I ycu us to make it i to 1 i i f vVardsville spent several days here last week with the viaw of in our midst to practice his profession about the first of the year We welcome the doctor in our midst wish him much It seems that most of our cue spent Hunting instead of going to church from the ajnount of shooting thrbugout the entire day one would have thought that game was abundant but their arm must have been bad or else they were just shooting to celebrate the day for little gamn was = It seems to us that peo p e paid too little attention to religious services t n that day and in3tad of celtbrating it rin the proper spirit it is carried qut in hilariy way After blessings of God for an en tire year with our barns atd granaries busting with grain the fruits ofa good crop and above all enjoving good health that in every tne peo pie shoul gather tb gather if no church a house will do and devoutely return thanks un to Almighty God the preserver oralt things Lilac DDctors Could Hm HBln Her JI bad kidney trouble for years writes Mr Conner of Shelton asband the doctors could not help me I tried Fplevs Kidney Cure and the very first doe give me relief and I am nOw cured I cannot say too much for Fdley Kidney Cure It makeS the diseased kidneys sounds o they will the poisons trrjn the blood Unless they do this good health is impossible For sale by Red Cross Drug Store T Springs Nlisst Susie Kuvs of the Pleas All report acood Turkeys have been very son ce in tlrs ihis year berehas been somf sold at iTo while waiting for better Mr Cha Rurkhead and sis ter Miss Florence of lndian r are yisiting relaiives arouta here Mr Royalty and ram ily of Ashbrook have moved in the house with the father and mother John Royalty aad wife who are gettng very oil Mr Lee Bird lost very val uable mare caused by getting kicked by hnrsg and breaking her leg became so great they had to kill her Mr John bought a farm from Luther Terkens near Willis burg prlfe 3600 aud we earn that Mr Ell r Reeltn 0 SilKs i 75c per yard for Waistjrg Silks worth Fancy fig Best Calicos 4c Best Apron Gingham 6c lOc Outing 5c 12Ac Outing 7c 12iPJanneret e 8c 20c Mercerized Satine 12c 25c Mercerized Satine 18c 35c Mercerized Satine 22c All these s tines iin colons andblk Now is the time to buy Caipets at less thau jobbers prices We are making prices on Axminis ted Tapestries Ingrains Sultanas Granites Hemps Mattings and OiL Cloths Art Squares and Rugs in Ingrains granites Moquets and Smyrna Womens Cloaks iVe th prices that will you Long 50 Womens Cloaks worth Womens Long 50 Womens Cloaks Womens Jackets 00 worth Childrens Cloaks priced proportionae Furs9 iwLong 15H invite to make Cunningham Duncang locating gladly and supcess peo and lam enyingt- he community school eliminate alliam anJentertainroenthignt others another Jenkins Pluin1Silks and linoleums Axminist land wife are going to move in the residence now occupied by Mr John Jenkins Mr Hugh Gordon and are going to move near Taylorsviile Miss Ethel Rogers spent Thanksgiving with parents We want to Say that the road question seems to be a great dis cussion all over the county and will also say that Mr J W Sat terIy says that he sanctions all basIIworkIbetter and ho believes that iif Mr Sutherland advice was carried out we would have bet ter roads Hyacinth We are glad to report Mrsi Ezra Jones and Miss Josie Breck inri ge still improving They typhoidfeverfeverMr W S Gibbs was on the list last week Mesdames Mary Hughes and Sallie Sutherland are visiting friends aid relatives in Louis ville this week Mrs Hughes son John Turner from Weldon IlL will mother in Louisville and accompany her home Mr and Mrs A B WellsRev Sims and wife suent Thanks giving at Brooksville THE LIVER TACIXO nis our IJHurried eating has ruined many a mans stomach The digestiondestroying pro firntIalmost countless illS assail t man who exjpenseqA torpid liyer clauses a quarantine of the entire system It locks in the diseased germs and body poisons and affords them full play inviting some serious illness- qlnlamilieswhereAugustFloweris used a sluggish liver and constipation are unknown so are all stomach ailments as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and kidney and blader affec tions No wellregulated family should be without this standard remedyafTwo sizes 250 and 750 All r press Goods t 52 in Gravanettes 110 wOitl1150 52 in Shepherd Plaids Si 10 worth Si50 44 in Check 10 war b170 38 in Black andCblbred Mohairs 50c worth 75c 62 in Black and Fancy Mohairs 95c worth 1 25 40 in Black and W bite Pigured 85c worth C O1 3Bin Black andColqred SharliSkms 50c worth 75c 44 in Black and colored Shark Skins G5c worth 54 in Novelty Dtes G Jods w rlh up to fcl oQforOOc 52 in ZibalinfiQoc worth 125 54inB oad CMcth back and colors 1 00 i Afull line of and Tricot Waistiqss Mer corizerl Grps Grains in blk any colorsJor 25c worjih 50c Black uxorlas 50c w orth 75c Full line of Black and Colored Iniported i ress Gcoas at less import pricds A large variety of black Satine Skirts atlless hthan manufilcturers pricej Full stock of Draperies t3ilkolires Damask Diereras c to be sold regardless of price CHRISTMAS PRESJEOTS Full Sole Leather Suit Cases 500 worth 7 5o K Fulll Leather Oxford Bags 4 00 worth 6 60 KK 5 Leatherette Suit Cases wroJwOOrE rd 12iw 1 Leatherette Oxford and 200 124 Satin Damask Table Lrnen d z1 Napkins to match for 5 GO worth 7 30 Same in 10 4 for 400 worth 6100 silk Mufllers white black and faneyilk Handkerchiefs Novelty Box Haodkerchlefs A large assortment of holiday UmtreU in faucy Gold Silver and Horn handles ranging in price from 150 to 1000 makj salej prices on them L sale we the of t a Raymond George a wife sick druggists Mohairs Mohairs Plannell than Will Miss Maebell Gibbs who is at tending school at Harrodsbur spent at her home near town Messrs Taylor Ferrell B F Colvin Pordom and Uncle Jack Sutton of Dekalbj 111 came in last Saturday They have had a hearty shake bauds with their many Kentucky friends and we rather think if Colvin and Farrell had their families back with them they would settle down and say old Ky is good enough for me Capt Bright the manager and overseer of thfi telephone company seryed an elegant dinner For his crew Among the friends in town that were invied to help serve the repast were G W MeriiUt H B Groenwood Eyelet Keeling W L Wells Lester Gibbs and Fred Sutherland The toys re port a joly time a good dinner and passed quite a compliment bn the gentlemen that cooked the dinner Capt Bright and his crew are doing a good jobput ting in the and we hope how soon will be ready togoint 1TpctfIt Mr Uriah Shnvmaker vlvd died near Mackvillp last Sunday had been a sufferer of that dread ed disease foaimost a year His rein ins were brought heie Dllowhig day and after a funeral discourse by- Re Sims the remains were deposited in Fair View cemet tory Dr W W Hyntt IV J Miller and John Perkins aUondetl the sale at Z P Wed neseay r Miss Margaret MsyHitt who is teaching school her s hocr noxt Iiriday Miss Watt is the daugbt r of- Mr John Hiatt a prosperous farmer who resides men r Meek clue We are uleiiseil to llearn that Miss Hiatt has pvon perfect satisfaction in all linus of her school work May she ever be successful in this werk is the wish of the writer ClG2r ihp Wfty The mission of Karly Riser iis to clear thc way and glycvUatiirc full sway These famous iFtUeplIJti rfd thg stotmach und bowel of nil putrid matte thus removing the causes of headache conatiiation callow complexion etc DeWItts Little liirly Risers never gripe or sicken A safe plQasant perfect pill Mack Himtl ton hot l clerk at Valley City N says Two bottles of these Fatuous Little Pills cured meo ohronte constipation Sold by all dnzgL rstB 54 Take Laxative BromoQqiinn c Tab lets All dniggiats refunxl the money fitj fails to cure E W Grove gnattre Is on cachbox 2 c IJ y Bcyoiiil All Question There were cures for druakcnncsa finf the oarly days of this cuualry all from this acqpunt in the Xe r Guxettaof May 7 1772 vrttare told oft treatment tllttt cured one patient be yvnl all passible question Oa Satur tiai last Mr Mpuauiuys neg3 man who had mlsbdwived h mscjf aud vvaa n iarkblol drunkard VMS scut t IMtlewel and underwent the rsuai dis clplJnc of the house for such offeucjj viz 11 ieutifni toae of arm water mil salt to ojiorato as an edlCtlc and ot lamp oil us a Pure in proportion ta the constitution of the jiteditT OT those ho took About Utfcc quarts of tbett one aii4 twi ninl a half spoonfuls Uif ther albo a gill of NewEnglaad rinii which operated very pc verfully nftciulod with a violent sickness trhlch uliligel hjm to lie down and S and 0 at night he was discovered to be dead rio died of excessive till- Ing cooporatlng with and mcliclno Mr Dobbs the operator was Innocent of his taking oIL Won Ills lroUlotionl The Dulre of Clarence afterward William IV once received a very adroit and humorous hint wlilch lie took In very good part He was vis lung Portsmouth aud Inspecting the tihlps there when It happened that his guide over tie aseventyfours was an Hggrleved and battered lieutenant who had waited for promotion many years in vaki lie seemed despised and fOr- gotten As this man removed his lint to salute rojmity the duke observed thHt he was bald and sald jestingly nofSIMlrecll service l Why your royal liighness was the quick ailswpi llrf a wonder i lhav any hair left Tot so many jeung fel lows have stepped over my head Tlio luke laugiietl and made lila In spectloii of tlc ilrct but In a few days his Portsmouth guide received an aj IKjIutment 6 wptahi TIic3Ientone lUnnI An alnic tijertect skeleton was found Marqh15T ner11tthe degrees The antiquity of ths sskelh etjh kuDWii jtt tthe Mcutoiiu man la uudoubteil III bones lire SOChttcJ1 wttli tlio c oftlecave lion cave boar fttMl oUier cslfciet animals All the lioaex were lu place surrounded by flint implements anti the remains of awininJa Avhldt the man probably luflji killed Twentytwo perforated tooth which may bftvo orated a chaplct lay lifc head Tlioae bones with the DuteiiuiartK in a cave Ufori linffU nrc the olost specimens known of huniftii remains and go far b paoro tuRf pvthtetoile raoea were well fur hislicd wltli Drain powerI tc nIH JQtlotl Firstt Lawyer It ceins td me you let thait Inst wjtnoss down protty oasUyinJ your cross exastbmtion fcicontl Iaw rcr7 I had t9 He fa my tailor and I fJwolUni big bill i V1Ie1i a man toys Of eQuate its Jio tbrithtsnke itljl3buciieas OthOETADTAR ctiwth e coiiiP dhlsltzMga o Underwear Mens Shirts and Drawdrs 1 worth 150 Mens Shirts and Drawers SOc worth 75c i Mens Shirts andjDrawers 45c worth G5c Mens Union Snits 95b worth125 Womens Vstand Pants 5c worth 125 i Womens Vest and Pants 50fc worth 75c j Womens Vest and Pants 2ocf worth 40c Womens Union Suits 95c worth 125 t Womens Union Suits 5Cc worth Fnll stock FSc of Misses and l drens Vest and pants and Union Suits Princess Shirt for1 50c ipquall to 1 shirts JO doz n fancy shirts for 25c and 35c reduced from 15c and 100 c l I Shoes 4Mi t Pat Shoes for Men f3 and 350 C Douglas PatShoes fbrboys2 50 1 Perfection Shoes for f lien iin Vice aud Voionr Gait 250 r 3 50 DittiQaii 4 Co tine shoes for Misses and 0 E for rwrr Will make special prides oft UK entire lot 1 rShosbought before the tdvaica d f we cansave 25 per ctnt ontht fe f r Black Tan and Fancy H5sry for men women and cbiklrM j We bought these good fort ut they go in this Jt price sale 4 t j rTable Linenfs i 72 inch Satin Danftsk 1 W 1 68inch Bleach Damask 75c worth 1 013 1 f ylif64inch Bleach Damask 60c worth 9Lc U iii60inch Deviri Bleach Damask 50c worth 75C it li i and J Napkins to match above liOO to300 pqrdoeri Imported Damask Towels hemstitched J rwhiteflack 7c and up j One lot Mens McIntobs insmaH SZ S 2 orth M bfghas750 J One lot Ladies and Misses Melntfcoth 2 50 worth as high asSo 00 a J We vijSit during this as will an effo sale Merchandise everoffered the people of Washington county 8 t4 t t Thanksgiving neighborhood prices formers Hersuffenng upth125i1n her WHIisburrg UAKANTINE Thanksgiving Pinkston Thanksgiving telephoneapparatus conumption the the Lpuchfttuans atItoirRinc- loses IS Cured York between discipline akullfound Chil At wprlh Ktippendorf Woffltajttti hOlidaytrade cut 1C0worth15OS 1 andlreoedrpfIn Towels greatest I r1 i tIi OUTFITS II i I 1 FOR t MENII i I rwiSh tInpi thefctthat1I am t prepared to furnish Mens cffiSftrSofr it ow SKIN 0UT 1lr j i j L 1 have just received a complete line of Underwear ranging in price from 35 cents to I1550per garment Call and t seeourline of 4ia 4 FineWinter Underwear tc H 4 L IiGLOVES tif r tII At all prices from 10 bents per pirto fine dress gloves f+ f 4Just rceived a freshliinfrojf M s Hosiery Calland ge your winter BTI ffitYou can donobetlerelseWheniS i W T LEACHMAN H Mens Outfitter l l tE t Jotm SIIUK MCELROY Ijd WKLTOK McEroy fr Wharton Lilsurailco Real Estate Agena I3 Vice Life and Torada1isurS itj tJLand 8oJoj8oini8teIir j 1o tJ1 Office over Peoples Bank V PbO S Wt iIII t1 IAycrsP111s t T 0A er 1 PBUCiINGAILYEabeautIu1browndrr1chb1aCk 4S I 1rjAk Tw T MJIJU8T0HJ RDENT DENTIST t TEETH EXTRACTED fWITh0t1T PAIN i it 4 gfiP Mock up stairs r pRIXGP1LD KY z 17f Dental Work Strictly jt F1rstc1as i 1DJ H LAMPTON i f 1 OFFICE MOpalioiiei t ThW1FGRiGSBY TRNEYAT LAW krn IT r Peoples Banlr 1PRIJKJFIELD KY j I 1BoBAJU S M W FYATTI a8M SHYATT vlS udZurgeous yo iiMxt IpClerk Office tUtJ H HOPPER JHSIC1M and SnRGEOOK j vPtfdNES i Offfce Over OJiici 97 Hasans Grocery Ps1ict711 iASeRAVES- kPKACTICAL fitdiikcr and Jeweler LWatches ClocksCfcmiiralineof R awl Jewelry Repairing a Spe etikiiy Located on Male Street epfJMilte Presbyterian church o BprlDtfield Kysfiftl F TRUSTY RACTICALD DENTIST- SOffice over Haydon Barber Dental work atraasonable prices All work guaranteedsSPRINGFIELD KYg JO1INYMAYSf f1EbuiiiECTOR II i AIDlICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE Y 18T N1GHT7KY I Ralrbid Schedule Following is the time schedule flow in effect on the Eardstown jmrid Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville alt 410 pm Bardstown Junctio 502 pm Bardstown 552 pmj rriye at Springfield 645 pm JToT 42 Leaves Springfield at 130 gm i Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am rrive at Louisville 755 amI- No 43 Leaves Louisville at 780 am Bardstown Junction S4o BI Bardstown 1115 am rrrivee Springfield 1240 pm I No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bra town 230pm t Bardstown Junotion 435 pm- arrivea at Louisville 545 pm- No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Spdn field at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845am arrives at Louisville 935 am 5 Np 91 Sundays onlyLeavesv Louisvillt at 6 pm BardtownfJniactioD 650 pm j 7a5pmarrives Springfield B2pni 0 l =Mew the Balldor Was Erolvcd Im the north hall of the British Nat wal History museum skulls of domes Heated dogs are arrangedwhlch thus f tr te the evolution of the modeisi bullu dog from a breed which according to old pictures was more of the mastiff tYPe Bull baiting wasn common sport- I tn the thirteenth century and there 13 a later record which draws a dis I tlnctlon between bulldogs hind mastiCtb Low in his Domesticated Animals of the British Islands points out that It is essential that a dog which makes it frontal attack on a bull should be both underhung and short legged that It may get a Urm grip of its antagonist and avoid Its horns We may therefore bf iure that as the bulldogvwas gradu ally evolved from the mastiff these r points were held to be of irlme 1m peitnce j DooRied the Colonel vJS neror William 1 of Germany was d jduring15iiIrJIlcptcbarged at a strongly TitrwMd and embatterled village of wWck the garden walls were lined t wWi marksmen Look look exp edtl1e Russian representative Tt regiment is lost 4No was the Iferorg calm reply this regiment 5Mts bwtthecolonel certainly is And t f ft CIQu3 at the close of tIe maneu iritf ii s was placed on the retired list 11i e t Tw JCIniiii of Boya Q i fJOIi1 got brain fever fromBtudy kant laid one mother to an I r iryiiiif to repress a thrill of Intel iJ pride p 3bm laG but my boy brole his 4 3 tijfimdt iwl ribs itt his jflrst game m JfrrtkaU rolled the other with motherly frftlflcationvBaltlniore American 41WZflllRi v r fifi ht H W Hfi rlnterestiIi I I i f I 1 All andAcquiitancesT FIGSS g A ftftftftft ftnftftftnftnlp Lard cans any size at C W lHaganis 8h 1sall siziesalK kinds at C W Sarahs Boiled oats bulk or package at JnoCShadersS Fresh celery at all times from now on9Y Hagan Mincemeat and apple butter ihbulk at J b CShaderfs Seven bars of good laundry sbap for 25clt C TV Hagan leOld honesty cOffee the best on the market afctTno 01 Shaders J will pay the top prices for bones arid sausage C W Hagan Bananas grapes oranges apples and lemons at Jno C1 Shaders j Just received tflwrrel each of Heinz sweefc dstur pickles at Jno 0 SnaderV Nuts of all kinds Fruits of all inds Thevery bestatO W Hagans f Theljfr song out Some times Sorfiwlier At Ed MJ 1 usseiS To stave off a cold trya bottle fold McKenna Whisky For ale by Jr W Reidel qWarket price for them i For good sorghum go to G W Hagan pecial price on Jive nd ten galloii lots t For something firscclass in- orghum mplsses or cider vine artryJno0 Shader The highest market price paid or dressed turkeys andchickens CW Hagan Bring your country produce to inel lwayspay the best market price cash if prefnred C lagan Anything you may want in my line I have ib and anythihg you have for sale I want it C W Hagan I am sole agent for Spring field for old MdCenna whiskey The best in the market J W Reidel ofyourwhile yoiucan getthe top price CV Hagan Must make room for holiday goods so for 15 days all cap goods will be cut in price Try Joypeasa regular IQc pea now 2 for 15c U W Hagan Dr Ernekt Grume has gone to Fredericlcstovn to practice his profession Hejhas bought out Dr John Shaunty who will locate at Danville Arch Yaste a popular young armer of the PoHnI neiglilior hood died on Tuesday after a long illness of consumption A wifpand 6n0 child survive liim Supt Bush says that he has receivedva notice from State Superintendent that he will be to pay the teachers until Dec 16th December 9th would have been the regular day The American Tobccocb- has commenced receiving and handled severalloads of tcjbaccb twyerhaspoundsthisranges to 9 cents p Santa Glaus iiShaders IJ ine of 11r Toys S P ncy Articles especially Dolls and Wagons A nice assortment of fine and plain Candies Fruits such as Oranges Lemons and nuts of all kinds Givehim a Gall V a The second lecture of the Springffeld lecture course was delivered at the Opera House on last Saturday night by Prof Chas Lane Humorist Prof Lanes lecture was welt r ceived by the audience Me is a humor istofa high order and knows how to njtertain an audience S M Campbell reports Har rodsburg court Monday as being very well attended and only a few cattle on the market Ten steer calves sold at 1090 per head 12 steer and heifer calves at 080 one milk cowat25 Several medium ard plug horses on the market ranging in price from 10 up t Mrs Smith Dead Mrs Kate Smith wife of Mr Marslial Smith a well known farmer of th county died at her home on last Thursday of con sumption The deceased was an excellent Christian woman and a devoted wife and mother Her maiden name was Osbourne being a memberoj the prominent Osbourne family of the county Besides the husband she leaves a family of six children to mourn her death The funeral took piace on Fridjay at the Catholic church at this place Interment abtRoseS NoficS1 41 persons havingii claims against the estate 9 fThosC Scrogham deceased will presents me properly provento meat my place of business Springfield on or before December 15 1905 and same will be settled J SMOCK Admiuistrator SA farm for Sale 1 desire to sell my farm known as the John S McElroy farm situated one mile from town on the Yrillisburg pike It contains 102 acres and is the best farm size considered in Washington county Has on it a large new tobacco barn three good tenant houses plenty of water orchard and iri fact everything that goesto tmake up a fir tclass farm LUTHER BQRNS Notice Alt persons having claims against the estate of David Lv Payne deceased will present sane properly proven before meat my office in Springfield on or before Jan 15th 1Q03 for settle meht M G Leachman MCWO C oooooooo oardc Against Colds IColds lead qn to tonsilitis tonsilitis to impairment impairIInentof 4 i l cIo u vj its easy to cure a cold harder to cure tonsilitis and jt takes a miracle to cure I4 5 S consumption Get our Mentholated Cough Syrup and 4 5 keep it orrhand From babies up it will save expenseI C J HAYDON CORNER DRUG STORE cw0 OOOO S 1 ri = 75 rw I IDEAON AI fC W sagan was in Lebanon SundayS B B Laachman went to Din Aille Tuesday Hugh Lee Smith was in Bards town SundiyS Miss Marv Brown has returned from Greensburg Mr H P McOhord has re turned from Chicago Mrs Theo Campbell was in Louisyille yesterdarS W C McOhord is attending court at Greensburg Tie little daughter of Mrs Rags dale has deptheria Mr CO McGill of Lebarior yas in town yesterday Tues1dayMrs Walter Leachman is visiting her mother at Crescent Hill Mr R A McElroy spent several days in Louisville last weekSMiss Annie McChord visited friends in Louisville the first of the week Wilt Wharton came out from Louisville to spend Thanksgiving i at home Miss Fannie Wall has returned from a visit to her brothers family in Louisville Dr Ernest Cr the spent Thanksgiving with his mother in Nelson county v Mrs P T Kelrow of Lous yule is here for a visit to friends in the county Messrs J S Yankey and Sterling Thompson have gone to Indianapolis to buy mulei Miss Katherine Spalding of Lebanon visited Miss Bertha Haytlon Saturday Mrs M L earcy and daughter Ethel have returned from a visit to Louisyille Miss Sue Rayof Lebanon spent Tfianksgiving the guest of Mrs 9A Green Misses Sallie Hart and Bell Evans of Bardstown visited Mrs GWLyon last week j Will ONan who is attending Bryant Strattons Business College was athom2 last week Mrs Fred Manget after a visit to her pareiitsT Mr and MrsJ W Lewis returned to Louisville Tuesday Miss Lula Earl Merritt a pop ular young lady of Willisburg has been the guest of Dr S J Smock and wife for severaldays W D Claybrooke will go to- LouisvilleFriday to represent Dr Sam Crume to be tried in Circuit Courtnfor shooting and woundingS Dont drug the stomach to cure a cougb One Miuute Cough Oure cuts mucus draws the inflammation out of the throat llungs and bronchial tubes hears soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Coujjh Sold by all druggists NO Hunting Hunters are warned that no hunting is allowed on my place and will he overned accprdingly j Palmer Grundy A Wonderful Pnnroiln The greov Buddhist shrine tho Shway Dngtfu at ilanguu Is no tern pIe but a great pagoda rising from Us platform to a height of 80S feet and all completely covered with gold leaf This platform wItta perimeter of nearly 1400 feet Isi the place of wor ship The pagoda itself has no interior It a salld stupa of brick raised over a relic chamber A cutting made Into Its center his revealed the fact that tim original pagoda lad seven casings added to it before it attained its pres eat proportions llhe shape of the pa gods is that of an elongated cone It Is divided by Burmese convention into hyche parts First the base surroufid Cd by a great number of small pago das then the three terraces called richayas next the Bell the Inverted Thabeik or begging howl the Bnung ylt or twisted turban the Kyalau or ornamental lotus llowcr the Plantain Bud the brass plate for the Htl or umbrella tho Lit the Scln bwln or ar tificial flowers the vane and last of all the Sehibu or bud of diamonds The Silken East by V C Scott OConnorS I Prlct For Butterflies Butterfly collectors are seldom able to estimate with any confidence the value of their collections since the prices for specimens so constantly vary A case In point Is that of the blue butterfly of Brazil specimens of vhich were originally sold for rtfrn 501 to 73 Afterward some collectors who supplied the London market ran Into a perfect swarm of these butterflies and shipped to England such quantities that better specimens than the original insects sold for 1 each It not Infre quently happens that two or three specimens of a certain family are dis covered by collectors who encouraged by the high prices received for their finds ute tempted to prosecute their search for this particular variety with out result for several years Suddenly they or some other collector finds the insects grown plentiful and the cher- Ished varieties ot the cabinet become among the commonest specimens Chi cago Post CMTUMEY LEERILEYJr I New Livery FirmiJ w Tutney c Riley J to fSuccessors to tjIadon S Thompson V Equipment FirstCats Feeding and Hoarding Iz in Every Respect Jfforjeid Specialty J clk cg Your Patronage Respectfully ojiclted- Qfj Stable Located Between the Depot and the Walton Hotel S ACQUIRED TASTES The Siory of u Love Affair u Dinner Speech and a Duel He and her father were great friends ls only four persons figure in tills story it is unnecessary to mention names He lad a rival for her affec tions and her father could never under stand Tjhy sue preferred the rival to him One day when he sat on the porch chatting with her father slie rolled him into tie parlor anti told him frankly that she had pvomlsod to marry his rival lie did not tIred or beg He kissed her hand with nsortof rever ence and then returnod to his seat on the porch and reliewod tie conversa tion with tier father In those few mo iifcute everything Hcemetl to have changed for hlmhc sun did not shine as brightly the bIrd did not sing as they didbefore Kveii the grass iiud trees sucmed tll and dend lIe had expected what he had just heard but that did not seem to abate the shock He was distrait and moody Her father saw this and naked htni the cause He blurted out the whole miserable truth Her fjjuer coujtimicd to polish his ghxfcH carefully and then said Wimmen folks is mighty ousartin critters Her father said nothing more but nothing would change her mind Gradually It came to be generally known that he had been rejected add that his rival was the fortunate wooer They he anti hU rival were aliuiini o f tim same college He was down for a epoech at the alumni din nor Auifluili before he had attended her wedding No one ever heard him complain though nil kniMV how he suffered He vns looked upon as the ora tor of lhis class ami a great speech was expected When he arose n sinister glitter could be soon hi his eye He be gnu to speak slowly lie took as his text Acquired Tastes He spoke at llength Finally ho said uiI called upon a dear friend some time ago who had just had a daughter married lIe felt his loss very keenly I tried to console him telling him that while he lied lost a daughter he had gained a son He said slowlyl to me Maybe IwUlco1l1e to like him after whiilelike 1 do mY cigar hut the first few piifSs ate making me mighty sick t 1waiu Kentucky Not aword Atas said thou but just as the sUn peeped over UK hills the next tiny two dark forms were seen silhouetted against the sky There were tvro flnslios a combined subdued rolKjrt and oncfohi never to rise again It was he SA story of Victor hugo Victor Hugo as Is fveH known was a man of exceeding vtinity lie land a sense of his own importance which often manifested itself hi ridiculous ways During the siege of Prls in 1871 a number of political anti literary men were dining one evening at ills house The conversation turned on the horrors of the siege irad the mom hers ot the party gave their respective Ideas to the best means oftertiilnat ing It Suddenly Victor Hugo jhiul an inspiration Ifcaow how to do It he said Ayjth such conviction that orery one was illletl giib hope end exiMJCta thou Yes he continued tomorrow I Victor lingo dressed in my national costume will go forth nil alOne un armed and meet the bullets qfUKi enemy I shall be killed and the siege will be over Over for 0ii irreverently inter rupted one of the company Victor Husos brow took on an Olympian frown Keren again did the unhappy Interrupter receive an inrtta tkm to the table of the poot narpjsrs rVoekly A Dtiulsh Dinner Cautotu- A pretty table oJJlIfam In Danish families la for children CYan little oneS who can scarcely toddle to go gravely after dinner to salute their lpaftta anti say Tak for mad thanks fur the meal Even visitors shake with their host and hostess bi11kLJi i through the same formality In German families that hold to tradition i the same custom overalls AVuwi l o 0000000000 JAETfE OOQOOililil- R 81 g I TAKE I n I You Order t I g and be assured you will re g g eive the best and g 8 Freshest Groceries g 0 co1 ggg ggggg serves apple buter- Hominynd tqgg hominy flJ as8 8New canned tomatoes 8 8 con pumpkin eas aspar 8 tJo0o8j8 McEIjoySgi y og0o0ooooooocpo r avenjcff ini ItwifleQ ttc ifenystanus tip arotrnI jhc table andlelb shakes hands with tile neighbor saying Ge sogaete iiuilihteit blessing the food This Is a relic of those farjiff times when food was the elusive Ideal the thing tlnrt camp as a personal compliment from the Deity There Is an echo of that ciisionf among te students of Lelpsic whose intimate greeting at all times of the dny Is simply hMahl zeit An English writer saysuSe dom do I rise from the table without the pasJmg flash of remembered sen t ncc Tiank you papa and mamma for uiy iiice dinner Please mjiy little boy get ttowji TlIIkkIifof the Cook Jonoa WliaJ makes you think Snubbs abfoutminded indyerWe went in to an unction Store yesterday The auctioneer was sjioutlng 4GoIngM go lagl mid SuubW ahoutjs Plearfo dont go I nrgh1 it a month mora nnd hare a girl to help you with the washing r AdvTdo to Abnn5f Men If tltOlliVrag6 youUK ntin would read lie want ads HS efesoly as the baseball Snows he would find that ihe had as maiiy chances tsa first basema- nEiePnjrlmos CoIlernUnn Duke McGIukc Why do you call your dog Fdathew Count Xoaccourit Boeanso I dtallkO to call him down Dont express a pot e opinion un 11CS8 yair perfectly understand what iOU are talking about ltiliitiSi i j fs1 IE3E22 BOfmr3fi fftgi 3 Buy Your Christmas iftsEarlyQ 47 Ours e Stock is tth e Largest ii i and Handsbmhst everS Shown in the Town f eI 1 Fine ChinaS i Cut Glass 4 Artt Goods E I Novelties Jsi- III Full Line Candies Nuts Fruits IHH- WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR GILTEDGEisis It E HAGAN BROTHERS Y l t t t f 11t 1f Of ItY = LSBRING YOURrn r i tJ t 1 t11 PRESCRIPTIONS rrn m TO THE 1SW tS SReded C SS- h Stare JilJm GNL THE PUREST ftyL r DRUGS USE SS I j ift 1 jKSl Prompt and Careful ft hi7nttf0j i2 JIi1 v Vf M t 7 tJmr S Day or fbglJt 1IM i if i Day Phone 89 I l i j l Night Phone 106 t iWll i Itj OOOQ oo Q oocQQOoOQQOOS i i0 Stock Reducing Salel i f Q 1 fIl isi custom to have our stock lowI as possible5 by the end of the year To carry out tbis iidea we will j 4 NOW BBaIN r 1 r yhousefS1 The Deepest Cutin Prices ttrCloakswill bs made on LadleS and Chiklrena Suits iRai icoas anti Furs pens and Boys Suits and Oveicoatstt t Siieci1r Inducoillllts m f Dress Goods Departwenti We carry tthe llargest stock of Mens Wpnaens and Chil drens Winter Underwear tp be had in this part of the country at lowest prices v Large stock of MensTielt Boots at Cost We have 5 too many of thee Boots aid matte this offer 4ortdr- uce j the Stock r fl X 1 See the Mens file Shirts we hake put on sale at the SPECIAL PRICE OF II 70c Eachlj t 2 These shirts are our regular DOLLAR Grade WeJriv too many cf them is the retison i Don t buy anyihiqg in our line without seeing our stock for you certainly can save bytrading witltusatd it will be appreciated i f ROBERTSON BR0SS o 0 ooOO9OG O J r r ikjs J t f A fftASTrT d m t rt d t j IQQi yI TUEYSf1iL-n I rt Y t I a 4 t Tswthe BeautiTulDilp1ay of i iIt Hdlliday Goods at Eussels s y frJ tt r 8 Cut GlassS Silver ffj tt Bowls Pitchers Combs and Brusli t lan 8inch cut glass Mamcue Sets 801ivmiir r IfIfoDishes 4 Spoons Tea Sets y t ti J jweldI genuine SterUi t I Diamond rings signet r r rings watches shirt waist Silver ari4B f gj sets solid goldcuif button 4 7 int 3r 5JCaudlMkks 1 tSiiver ts kin Dish et hit 18 tor750 fidaomeight day Bone Clocks Come early before tI e stock t is picked ever v Bd m Russell 1 t j THBJBKBLGR Jt Y ssa ssssssss OCAQtBSrQQ i IJ J r- J Q Ur J Peoples Deposit Lank fi SPRINGFIELD KY rft0RGAN1ZEB BEeEMBEMl 5 t Capital1 f5OM0C tf h J jt bISurplus and Profits f SIS i v4T l cC t Assistant Ca8hlerf HC tee kXtper f I RECjrORS =IBcp D Robertson IlL Thun anv W L fn r Hay 1n LWSatterlyT L BlanMIl Iwt Patrons enjoy everlvilegd tispally extended by pe8abIsa4 weii equipped Banks Iro3pectlve depoul tors are Invltto nt call ia person 7 5- LSjjkur hi Hettl tire r iiss Anne Vivian of thacy- who is with Boymon Cosiert Company bad s most tlif ttMaf experience at Banie OeUrio one night lrMitqsgIvestbeN fotloriaigsccot tiCif affair AfUr tlx cote rt tji artbu were wyjifd out to a taoeiatK feveciDf some i frteofls had uiiaged Return tea tq the hotelltOe Qoeens cubdnig1la good Taixht as e id 1 mod the cbeipany retired Midy to hie awakened from their 2 tttlIalu mberit by the cry of 1tire3drasquck and get outur t isiued that the house wa ejxjMNdMl lIfi bI8M1S and seem t lj It theirbetdssnd- Bifcl Vlirr itewd ibejKlo t J1lKof the compidjr who kd J kt U his elfec nd wear tEi iDC pprel in at fit e at a summer w lM ammcr endvedWiththe tpofMiw rVition the pidniss itjkH ir lbeIlare costume trunk i bOISMiViyioii is a lady from Kstuckwhere they are noted tI coot hsds nd bts of nerve She hail even taken time to do t y 7+ UP 1er hair aad place the side Jcdfiah in it butitipould not he Cia ie piif to sayhoher helper iin the moving aitwas attired 3ia Bojjaton bad SYidently b her long experience On the road A r VWfcH in such straits before for f I sbe B lpti Miss Harness the oprano to find her belonging and rescue a box of chocolates Jand assured a poorexched drum h 4 raer who had lost his head that b rundi1bck 16 his room and put more tj y cJpthesJ on Harrodsburg Her ii1 M Cfasc il Millions rush in mad chase t ittrafter health frbfej one extreme of faddism to another1when iJ Iittbey would only eat good food and kcey their bowles regulai wiUi Dr Kings New Life Pills i lh4ir troubles wouldsoon pass t away Protflreliefand 4uicbl 1I cure for liver and and stomach S trouble 25catC J Hay dons t drugstore guaranteed iL ttyt CeitTvhccot iis Five cent tobacco is now thf + tJp diction of a number of well r 4i versed tobacco men of Franklin iif 5 c onty They declare that the j filare of the Burley Associa j thecropji t yery JclepreiSing effect upon the j market ThReporsi from other seqtiqns ay thaiAfarmers are rushing the i stripping of their tobacco s thy can sell deliver and get ctj g their money as soon as possible as they believe that the tobacco trust irhich too growers com pay wasv fighting wli tighten tfiejcrewson thaui and put the I prices doWn on a low figure Tobacco men say that if the growers movemnVbad succeed el they wouTd have secured at l le twelve cynts per pound for thr crop The collapse of the associatiOn will cost the White lei growers many hundreds of tfepusand of dollars and so far as tbtfysajcncq jis ton erned sltis very likely that the arners f are thro ugh with associations to J t 14htLthe tru8tThisis the c t Jifebnd line that they have seen their oake become as aough 7 hiXY1o Qa1 5 i ItHrlcft Rfl Commissioi 1 1 l Ihe anual report of the Ken f facky Riilroad Commission to q the Governor has beei corn plet 41- r ind irlb presetited ttoday k jt coytrs a wide statistical fielu aJdgives full data of the busi 1I r n ss cfal1 tJo railro1d oper ti g in theStetr Tfee folio w 1 r w lilog are the iqifel Rowings of t- 1dlffMid1 n lor the yedr just a I Tal tal tof ln rrr6 d mini Stale 155999 546 iIottu oraU railroad OperfYlnt State 6114992 Total mileage inJStae 8374- tvlles Gross receipts in 190534 856447 t Net receipts In 19Q4 91552 26305 v Net receipts 101965 154 157 Bailroad employes killed dur inje yearrTT Employes wounded during yeQr71 OSS jPaseenger killed duringyear 132 Passengers wounded da ling yeir263 Galarrit Cannot be Cured with localapplications as they cannot reach the seat Of the disease Ca tarrh is a blood constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Hall s Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly oil the blood and raucuous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a qu cK medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescsiptlon It is composed bil the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting diiectly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimo nials freeF r CHENEY Co Props Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists price 7Sc Tke Halls Family Pills for con stipation Giant RodeHt Wi O Campbell who carries be mail between Perryville and Macfcville was awaikencd at a late hour Tuesday night by the squawking of his cats and dos which seemed to be inuncontrOll table distress He rushed to the scene of the apparent troub and found his two favorite big black felines stretched out upon the cold ground devod of the nine lives with which the eat tribe is blessed His big shep herd dog was wrestling with tn ugly looking varmint and Appeared to be on the verge of collapse Mr Campbell grabbed a convenient club and landed the unpleasant and pugilistic visitor a swift lick on the head felling him to the ground It proved to be the biggest rat ever seen io Jentral Kentucky and weighed seventeen pounds Mr Camp oells dog pas frequently suc Jee dediiiin ttiasticating a a dozen cnrs at a time hat the IfI dent cattle very nearly him out of business He belei ves that the rat has killed sheep in the community as bitter corn laint has gone up from those who attribute the trouble to- dogsDanville News flA Fearful Fall It is a fearful fate to have t endure the terrible tortrre of Piles ulcan truthfully say writes Harry Jolson of Mason yule la that for Blind Bee ing Itching and Protuding Piles Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns and injuries 25c at 0 J HrtydoL7s drug store U S Df Duties Will Retire Wajlter Bhlck urn chief clerk ii the office of United States Marshal Addison D James in Louisville will not resign but will retue from office when the ommission of his chief expires on December 17 January 1 Mr Blackburn will besonre Judge of CrlttendencountYJKy Tne day Marshal Jamegoes- out of office the commissions of CUT IT OUT i says the doctor to many of his lady patients because he positivelyti by the wonderful cures performed on diseased women r in thousands of cases by WINECARDUI IT CURES WOMB DISEASE I sickLWomen and has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of chronic invalidism It will cure you If you yill only give it fiance Try it Sold at every drug stoxgfti ioo bottles r UPSUItORTERPIIt i t kefreC fflQMT71IdsI s all JIiIr 4C11111 Wi win 4 bs i4vles wg l rlloctorlo14 I siIedin QIII ss1s s Jtow totwe eCaNIIIIBJII1PP= wDeptT1CbtIYtrJIII HE above picture of the 0man and fish is the trade mark ofScotts Emulsion and is the synonym for strength and purity jit is sold in almost all the civilized countries of the globe If the cod fish became extinct- it would be aworldwideculum- itybecause the oil that comes from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing andlifegijving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts jEmul sion found a way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone can take it and get the full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is the best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people and nil conditions of wasting and llost strength Send for frre sample SCOTT BOTTNT3 CHEMISTS 40041 PKAbfSTHEET SEW roar SOcjnd fJOO All dragglfts the following will also erpire William Blades Office deputy Miss Hortense Horfon office stenographer Field Deputies Jeff Cundiff of Bowling Green C T Nichols of Owensboro G W Saunder of Paducah E B Long of Qreen Grove George V Long of Leitch field who will succeed MarshalI James will probably qualify December 17 He will be sworn in by Judge Walter Evar s after his bond of 30000 is approved Standard 11Damage Suit Fridaya suit was filed in tha Gircuii Court by Fail T Wod ford again t H B Scrivener and Sheriff Woodson McCord for 10000 damages Charles J Bronston of Lexington as at toraey forMr Woodford brought tie suit ItalSeges that Scriyener assauted and beat the plaintiff with his fists and a bug gy whip and that McCnord was1i present aiding abbeting and inciting Sorivener to do so This suit is the outcome of a difficulty between Scaiyenar and Woodford is aieged to have used over tbe telepVons to Mrs Scrivefter Lexington Observer ONLY GURAI1TEEB CATtRH CURE Hyomcl Coal You Nothing If It Falls Say The Red Cross Drug Store J Among the many medicines upon the market that claim to cure catarrh none put Hyomei has enough faith in its own met it to offer to refund the money if it does not cure Hyomei is the only method of treatmeat that send 4 by direct inhalation to the most remote parts of Hie air passages a balsamic air that destjoys all cat arrhal germs in the breathing organs enriches arid purifies the blood with additional ozone and makes permanent and complete cures of catarrh The complete outfit costs 1and comprises an inhaler abot dr1pper1Tbe and aUitional bottles of Hyomei cjtn be ob ained for 50 cents Breathe Hj pmei f A a few ruin uesfwiir times a day and your catarrh will grow better from tthe first daySj Use and will be compleelycured wiThin a short time jIt only treatment for catarrh where you can get sour money back from a local dealerIThe Red Cros3 case it does nc t help 1 HI Keys For Sale 65 head Mammoth Bronze turkeys from prize wining stock ft r sale Headed by a gObbler r that weighed 27 pounds at six mon tbs old Prices reasonable Mrs W P Meraitt Springfield Ky K ioi DyspIa OReDc ts WisE J at ij1IIw T Club Cafe Cars LOUlStaLUB TO CHICAGO l Via Pennsylvania Short Lines Leave Louisville 820 a m arrive ChicBgd 530 pm serving meals a la carte New modern dining car free library writing desk smoking room through parlor car and coaches Get tickets and details City Office Fourth and Marke- tCommissioners Sale =Mrs Belle F Myers c Piff vs Equity Mrs Fannie B Ray c Dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Wasnirgtou circuit court rendered at the Oc tob r term thereof 19Q5 in the above style rausp I shall pro ceed to offer lor sale on the premises on- SATURDAY DECEMBER 9 at 130 oclock p mor there about to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 1 2 and 3 years the following described property towit A certain tract of land situated in Washington county Ky about one mile from Simms and one and onehalf miles from Texas and containing about 90 acres of improved land and 12 acres of woodland good Vwo story brick house telephone connections on a rural free de livery mail route Good blue grass land will resDond kindly to cul tivation and whon worn is easily restored good barns and out buildings is well watered stock water in abundance a well arid never failing spring in the yard This place is of the best character of Washington county land For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with ap proved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal in terest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G IjEACHMAN MOWCO r atudyIngitiuie- The thing to aim at In studying the beauties of nature as is the case with all artistic pleasure3 is the perception of quality of small erects Many of the people who believe themselves to have an appreciation of natural seen ery cannot appreciate It except on q sensational scale They can derive a certain pleasure from wide prospects of startling beauty rugged mountains steep gorges great falls of water all the things that are supposed to be pic turesque But though this Is all very well as far as It goes itisa very elementary kind of thing The perception of which I speak Is a perception which can be fed In the most familiar scene In the shortest stroll even In a momen tary glance from a window The things to look out for are little accidents of light and color little effects of chanco grouping the transfiguration of sonic well known anti even commonplace ob Jject such as Is produced by the sudden burst Into greenness of the trees thatt i peep over some suburban garden wall or by the sunlight falling by a lipy accident on 1001 or flower Cornhlll rtih tle KofMC heeds the IJnsrlcr- An Interesting report regarding the development of the musical scne In horses was made by a committee of German zoologists mid botanists The report says The Investigations as to the musical sense of horses have shown that that scuse Is very poorly develop ed In these anlmaia It has been prov ed beyond doubt that horses have no notion whatever of keeping time to music and that at grouse they do uot dance according to the tune but that the musicians have to kocp time according to the steps of the animals Other Investigations show that horses onQt understand military trumpet signals It Is only the rider or the animals instinct of imitation which Induces horres to make tip moves required by the slanl but 110I trriflee of a trumpet signal and the same observation has boon made on a largo number of cavalry horses without riders Science of Dell Itlneltitr It was Sunday mnrtitnf nnd the bell ringer had Just finished ringing the chimes that culled the godly tochurch Boll ringing la a science Did you know that he said It Is called campanology and there are rjSstrn KentiItreble bob Stcdmgn cinques tlOU Court bob dodges noils and I0j goes Each of thcso terms defines n rlnglng1Inlong to May bd you think bell ringing is simple Do you know what n heal 111 A pent In ringers Mrlance a iserjcs of 5000 changes ruhg upoii aj chime no change occurring mtiro than onceNew York Press j childrens NumeIn Ezigiand- The vicar 4of Membury Derbyshire writes Iin his iparish magazlncVA hun tired rind thirtyeight baptisms und I have not yet had a Sarah Jnnethat delightful old fashioned name Amused as he said by the vicars sad wail n parishioner replies to the vicar saying the reason Is not far to seek The custom of the parents rc skllngln tbse parts is to consult with their incumbent regarding the choice of the name for the offspring The natuicl consequence Is that nil children born on a saints day are call ed after the calnt Thus a girl born on 1Stleor CH day would be christened Georgiana aid one on St Clements day Clementina and so on London Express Eels la Scotland 1AlthouSh eels abound In Scotch waters and are caught in great quantities they are not considered fit food 1ercII No matter how plentiful and how very fine and lare they may be In any dis trict of Scotland no natives will eat eae The objection to the eel Is said to lIsuwdu Aarn UUL-t The Enormous rm of the JJolcrsand Retailers Gai Oat Frera factory to you is our method of the National Trading Co They twoSeea goods direct from the factory The VVm Rogers silverware the best gllaranteedThe beautiful Arundel J sterling silver pattern 059Sout148Desertforks 32Table148Desert141Table48Coldt3Berry27Sugarspoon 00Three80Rogers9inch Spanish blade stag handle sterling silver trim 2C3Agold trimmed 12 incheshigh 19in wide such as jewelers sell for 9 our price 493 A mans watch Elgin mpvement 39SManssilverean caser rr 249 goldtilledi American movement such as Ladjewe lers sell fozS12 Our price 493 ics I4k 25 year gild chain solid gold slide set withi fcarls WGentlemenschain hand engraved 176 A four piece silver tea set quad ruple Plate goldlincd hand engraved a beauty ooly 564 Butter dish to match tea set 159 Syrup cup and tray to match tea set L27 goodslleliveredthem with any house in the country you will find them less than half they charge We have been doing busi anybankif you ask it Send your orders to National Trading Co Rochester N Y FOLLOW THE FLOG J Cheap Colonists Ritastd Oregon Washington Montana BritS Columbia Nevada Utah Wyoming New Mexico Arizona ColoradoTand California Points I ROUND TRIP HoniB Seekers Exoursio to many points West Drop postal card for particular F W GREENE D P A Wasbash R R Louisville Ky SourStomach No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bid breath general debility sour risings and catarrh IndlgestICnKodQI digestionl combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys IndIgCtlonandcures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the milcous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball at R Tenswoda W Va say forbaby fortwentyyearsKodol Ko4ol Digests What You Eat Bottle only 3100 SUehoMfnr2M times the trial centsCPrapadCHICAGO Sold by ai duggists tina uic rat tat It Ii n orcrfastJdl iy to Hhjc It feeds ou Eus of choice eels for the oudoll mnrkct tire tnkcn from stvam tbat crc hot eon splcuowrly fren from sew Kin 1lrxt Iniliiintion Ho wdld y ni Hiui rout JOU could draw Inntin n the ndmlrwr of the eel ntustrHorln r In school for the excelled and fldrtltj of my Yorik rcliiei tbe pmiurtit ue My work tviw jjtrkarwm at m y UcOTcd l t teacher oil the hlMckljoanl said the marks cnae rotu the mndwrfu ouo Clevoluud pf1iu JMr4r A 1oNtlmlvt Dont bo tJ anxious to get a bus haml wild tin wise laatrou Dontt go nrpimd hunt hlg far diio IlilIk I fihonkl Just aft down Ami maJtlollfonp often anbUgli nfter youVtt got him Quite rnturIlJ HusbniKl What didt you tlrtnk you hcnnl irtfe diamJclfatrV full Wat lIlUlbtonI wore goltio upataira ijnfitlyas you COllllf Ll1oltin lior Progress Is becomfncOKtrcraely rap M 7 Yes Imlecil In the j4nr or glitrittff wfll hnvo tvAf k move onif- t wants td Ue euntred fut Jnctty PittUnJx Did you over umke any1 mistakes doctor Wrill Ivff Liu eviSriJjitJrnts gctt w cIl tbt I pvnito1 i19Jv A L1tcury ho My ftuio W Claric KuasWI aitI IIorbcrt 4luseJl lit tellfJig of a EtertrV- edifleIiiCO bad tinbadlinttuiflp- lot idf his novel The DenU1itifw- hIisuI 158 version ot the iegeudOtIdI dcidcckou I was his ulunifJyjifiSJst nt tuc tifne tic raid toVppi ntrrsK- 4vc will begin tuiferstotiX Ou the fal lowing morning when I entered his study to ttake hi t dictation of the open lug liOns lie ShOWN me a totter lie bad unItbe him why he did not write a novel about the Flying Dutchman r 1 To Cure a Cold in vlIq Ii cscw I JSewsi t t 1t t St l JAIl Your COAL H use11V ff r c lNow is the tim to save money by laying in your winter supply of coal andve can offer your inducements in the way of pricesi- l on large quantities v Is Our Bu y Trade it ti t r tj Has been tiernendous tIfls summeiandf still- c it have plenty of fine vehicles left frota which yu may xibiilie II aselection 7 Sijf Mli P ft iI t J u Rememberr We Lead tyy L t f As dealers in farming imp1emenfTe LHanflfe the genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Old Hickory Studebaker 1 f and Champion Farm rugonsand the lbest drills and =I IItIt seeders on the market j6 rage and Elwpdd Field Fencing and Gasoline En t t gines ail jt sizesMcCIure8Wefls i t t t I i lowest Speciall Homeseekers RitCSI15I EVER WADE TO Oklahoma Indian Territory Texaste And the great Southwest VIAiLouisville Henderson firftt Louis IfY The Henderson Ronto Li corrneciion wih all other routes Tickets OD f ale Novembet2l6- December 5th atd 19tb All tickets will bear final limit 21 days in addition to date of sale Own a Home Wherelan is cheap and returns from it certiin For rate and infprmation in quire if4 t LJIRvIIc Gen Pftssenger tgerih pLouivilIe Ky J H GALLAGnEU Traveling PassmigerAgtr TltAtMAd TIT 3 4Kw Something New Sand on tirely different from the old style Mada in regular read ing glasses and in near sishtGd and far sighted glasses combined Ostna more iflan the old style end arc superior m evary way Jr We Guarantee them and wjlt promptlv refund monry if they fail to gtve perfect satisfaction 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