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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i1I k y t r t 1 1ttt LSHEDr1 i74 N4 1 i A Tr B 6Rl 4 1 LJk J I I IL =1ziLiiI 4 j Ifr 4 5N SeriesYo1XIILI No 1II SPRINGFIELD WASHING jcjjCOUNTY KENTUCKY JANUAR 4 I9O- ij to I 1 4 4 Ti TNltC kjers iVeielsh to stta to our1riends throughout the fobaccb growing sections that we are not connec- tedJ Directly or indirectly with a any other warehouse or ware- hOUSe company We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Commission business O A BRIDGES Co I Proprietors pIckett Tobacco vi f Warehouse LonisviUeKy 406t OUS DIRECTORY j 0 i S TIVLP county seat ttths 2tY1 pii1es east OZX1UtOfl 59 iiilesiom Louisville on Bardstown branch oi 1 Iouisvrlle and Nashville railroad in l a farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph tnd telephone lines express office flour mills lumber yards Popuatibn 1100 population of county 15000 Representative in Congress Hon D 1 HSuiitbHod cnvU1eJKy- RcprcscntnI 4 vc in KeutuckjvLcgis la ture Hon W D Claybroolce 1 Representative in State Senate Hon garrv Lancaster Lebanon Ky r County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins 4rn the fourth Monday in February May and Octo ber 4jKThurman Judge 8 L Burham Commonwealth At tbrney F M Campbell Clerk Al GI eachman Master JOommiss oner t QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Lsi monthItondayiiueaca BiIntey Judge E y COUNTY COURT i COunty ctrt meets pnttheffourtK onday in e ch mouth BL Litsey Judge- WFBooker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney George Catlelt Jai1r3 Sidney Osbctrnc Sheriff Sam AndcEcu H B Powell HerbertEddlcman Deputii Ed1raserst James F MoOre County Sujtwpor f T P OBryan AsetisorV4 fW T Vlitcheli Deputyv iiri t 4 iNoeiTreasurer ti jr of Commonj t SohpplfPVO Springfield r f 4 r CITY COURT James R Npe Police Judge Jafhn Gnsei MirHal l- r Iw1GiIgsby City Attorney F JUSTICE COURT Jnotice Courts are held in January April July and October == l1 Church Directory METHODIST CHURCB Rev GWLyontPlastQr Set vices t n the Pirtand Third Sundays In each month at 11 a mand7O pm Sunday School every Sunday atlO am f Prayer aseting every Wednesday ajCRt CtTHQTXICCURCR Rev Ptllet nessa 1ast r 5cr vices evcr Sunday al 8 and 10 oclock am Services at St Rose same hours f CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev WVT AVlden Pastor Service ecjnd and fourth Sunday in each month ft PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T Ii m rPastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am kanda 7pmSVSufldaY choril e or fJ sunday BtV1O am Prayer p1cetJ- ngI 4 every Xhnrsdav eveningVat iOk I BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor N PrcahgeVcrY Snneay at pam and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at930a Ut Prayer meeting veryues5d5ay eyeningat 745orelOClr VV FrateifnaE l Orders i J J 7 MASONIC LODGS Springfleid lodge No 50 meetS first and third Mouday sinachinofithV T I 571eetsevery71 VVfSpringfield Council oz renr tourthMonday 4V tKinGBTS of Tux MACAJIKES Meet J HlUCltv ineachmon 1f fOLEYS- L HMEYMBtAR Siprevsnt iIkM INalti- FiaaOld- RemebCr thc p21tne leys Honey i ad Tir Insisi- Ofl tt having the gennincT- br SZO5 2C SOC I preperq5l oQ Pof yco Iw ChIom a hy rt1rrn5spru iifi iij ioiiiifi i lTJt ROUND oa TitbIt In Nlieteen HwHred and SIXJ Therc Eirehumerous things I am eager toeee In f Ninsteenliundred ind Six Some iihlngs thatt are needed J think Sjjpuil agree In Nineteen Huudred and SixV insuranceandlfielr i And thege we must have or forlorn is rfateVIn Nineteen Hundred and Six rbeJ1en e iectlohig1i p ce t l iutrIn Nineteen Hundred and Six Sta nd Irmly for justice and not bra tiust In N1neteenflunded and SixVThe money that people save up for tedayVWhen irain shall descend from the Clouds thick and gray Must ntver beusea in theH U6 way In Nitaetcen Hundred and Six I want to see senators stand firm and trueVIn Nineteen Hundred and six ALd g ve to the people the laws overdue sixIup to c fesViHes using the senate to save his ox press And solemnly promiEpr noV more ton transgress In Nineteen Hundred and SixV We would like to see Panama dirt v qi4ckIyflyVV 14 Nineteen Hundred and Six Ah fewer jiiebiters who are living isohigh Irineteen ul1undfen and Six nstead of tIe horde of officials now there And talking 41scalevel and workLng- rare Weld like a canalthatis built on the square In Nineteen Hundred and SixV And oneother thing we would joy fully hiilVInNineteeri Hundred and Six A lot oi big grafters and thieves thrust in jail v In Nineteen Hundred and SixV GI eUa sspfu bigstick in a poor fellows case Aiidinoreb g sti JtIlon the inca gli 1 L4i 1P0f ifitmta e rac Jn Nineteen Hundred and Six t The Commoner W OBACCQ UNIONtSome Of the tobacco growers up in the Blue Grass have started a moyement to organize what is to be knOwn as the Burley Tob9ccO Growers XJnipn whose principal object is jto stop the planting of any tobaccjo for the year 1907v A meeting was held at Versailles on Saturday at which the follow ing compact w s adopted copies of which will be presented at mssme tings tobe called in eyfery cdunty seat throughout the Burley district and then cir culated for signatures We the undersigned members of the Burley Tobacco Growers Union of Ientujjky do by our attached signatureV acknowledge om selves obligated and bound to obey all orders of the Board bf Control Jo be composed of One member from each county and to do all In our power to promote the welfare and success of the union Sid union is aii organi zation whose object and powers relate and are confined to control of tle area of Burley tobacco to be gown during and after the year 1907 it being coiitemplated that no Burley tobacco what ever similie grown in said year VP7L H5Vr IMpRA TIOATJThO plan tp the prod fclion of tobacco as outlined above might work very well among certain rich land owners and others who take it oUr in Htheorizing about best way tb grow arid to sell 71th o bit to the hundreds of tenants and real hard woridng t9bacjco growers the schemels impractic4l The poor tenant whose daily bread is dependent j on his crop cannot afford to miss a sasonyelcl It is doubtful top if much better prices would be realized if there were no crops raised fork year so long as there is no competition in buying and thenibjs probable that the abandonment of the crop for a season ouldlead to the substi tutt n of otliertpbaxjps for Burt injurytoturleytobacco follow t A4LirTe Ij LOUI Me M V r tHeiSenaiqrs ram and tQ8at titude of the various repjresenja tives in that cont stsays The attitude of W D Claybrooke of Washington county in coming out in a card for Paynter when it was generally understood thathe aspledged to Blackburn has also caused comment and it Is also said that he wasj pledged toW B Hald manMl Clay brooke says the sentiment of his dictVJOraynteMldt- hat he wants to vote the sentiment of his district although in the other camps itV is believed that the vacancy to be caused by Dave Smiths retirement from Congress has something to do with his support of Paynter Another Good Man Gone fwHe neglected to take Foleys Kid ney Cure at tbe first signs of kidney trouble hoping it would wear away and ke was soon a victim of Srights diseas There iis danger in delay but if Foleya Kidney Cure is taken at once the symptoms will disappear the kidneys arestrengtheded and you are sood sound and well AR Bass of rcr3 town Ind had tp get up tenQr twelve times in the night apd basta severe backache and pains in thQ kidneys and was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by the Red Ors Drugstore Iie r XiYMtKSVrQr175 new subscriber to THE YOUTHS CoMPAnion fur 1906 who at once sends the subscrip tion price 175 will receive free all the remaining issues of thepaper for 1905 these issues ItoriesI chapters cf Grace S Ricjonds seridl The Church is1 Latch- String a sequel to her sory of The Second Yiolin which appeared m the early weeks of this yearV Madame Sembricb will continue ati article on Sovereigns I Have TO and them will be ttfreti stoffes by May Koberts Clark under the title Tales of Pawnee He o These will giye foretaste of the good thimgs In store for 1906 full illustrated Announce ment of whichVwiIbe sent to sampleIcopies of the parViNew tsrriberswill also receive a gft of THE COMPANIONS Minutemen Calendar for 1906 lithographed in twelve colors and goldVTHE YOIJTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass AFarmiorSaleV if 1 desire to sell my farm known as the John S McElroy farm ituated one mile frlom town on the Williaburg pike It contains 102 acresand is the best farm site considered in Washington county flag on it a largo new tobacco barn three good tenant houses plenty of water orchard and in fact everything that goes tomake up a firstctass farm LUTHER BURNS VWas at the Siege Mr A B Rue has in his possession a copy ora newspaper tttatis a veritable curiosity It is oneof an issue during the siege of Vicksbnrg Mr Rue who was a Federal soldier was at Vicksburg at the ti eJanq has preserved this copy in fect condition The perj one of the issue of the Daily Citizen arid is dated Thursday July 2 1800 The paper is printed oi ordinary wall paper figured on oneiside with tan and red and the news iis p blishedl on the reverse side It eI only kind of paper during the siege n1alabJeI J M Swords gives the war butltlocals of the beleaguered city J 1J1 the citizens that would louch a beart of stone and how some of the meu with more fore thought and meaus than others had secreted btead tuffs and now in thf citys diresfc hour bf need WIre doling it oitst the lD exorbitant figure Ta tb ering aDd iqoffj ows bSJV 9 a a gallon and corn at ten dollars Hea bushel urges that abrapa be jput upon the brows of fit such shylocks who were prong rLiIofBt scarred into their Very brains that humanity may sCorn and shun them as they would thj iveinat one of the hospitals of i negro porter auda laundress M speaks of them aa Charles RoytIp Prince Imperial of Etheopia ti Rosa diass Archduchess ot Sena egambia one of the celebrated princesses Lnundressig3i 2f Legima This marriagei amid the clash of arms the screech of shells and whistfe of bullets seems to be an epoch in the saddened city Regarding the ene mt outside the gate he says The Yanks outside our city are considerably on the sick list Feyer dysentery and disgust are their companions and Grant is their master The boys are deserting daily and are crossing the river iu the region of War renton At the bottom of the tfheet marked by heavy lines is this note dated July 4th Ten days have brought great changes The banner of the Union floats over Visksburg Gen Grant has caught the rabbit ho has dined in Vicksburg and be did bring his dinner with him The Citizen lives to see itFoj Nor Jtbe last time it appears on wallpaper No more will it eulogize the luxuryof mule meat and fricasseed kittenurge Southern warriors to such diet never more This is the last wall paper Citizen It will ue valuable hereafter a i a curiosity H rroc1 rt JI hld Haw to AYOIII Pneumonia We have never he rcJof a single stance of a cold respIting in Pneu- monIa or other lung trouble when Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken It not only stops the cough but heals undstrenghens the lungs Ask for Folevs Honey and Tar and refuse any substitnLeotrcdDArQr Jt Bishop of Apnewr Mich wrftesfj hI have used Foleys Honcy 1ndTarI in three very severe cases of pneu mooja with good results in every case Sold by the Red rCr s3 Drug StoreILouisvilles Leaf Tobicco Market The redord of receipts and sales of leaf tobaccoVOfl the Louisville market JOt the year 1905 shows the largest business since 1902 Public sa1s for this j year closed last Saturday Dec 23d Secretary Greens official report of that date showed that the total sales of the year amounted to 140044 hhds Dill ing this week about 1000 hhds were sold privately by the var ious warehouses making the totalt sales fcr the year 141 044 bhds against 106441 hhds sold in 1904 and 1 04110 hhds sold in 190S and 104527 hhds sold in I93J The totall receipts up to last Saturday were 99535 hhdd During this week about 500 hhds more ware received makins the total receipts for 1905 100035 hbds againstt 83t 263 hhds received in 1904 anti 79703 hhds received In 1903 The total rejections this year were 1883T lihds against 12967 in lOOt and 17989 bhds rejectj ed in 1903 Of the tbial sales up t last Saturday 86474 bhds hhds were Burley and 53570 hhds r were dark tobacco Up to last Saturday we had sold 30820 1hhdsof 1905 crop against 3 of 1904 crop sold up to cbrresp itding date of last ynar Farmers Home Journal AIwasVA reasonable amount of food thor oughly digested and properly assimi lat d will always increase the strength It your stomach is a u little oil Kodol Dysgepdia Cure will digest what you eat and enable the digestive organs to assimilate and transform all foods into tissuebuileing blood Kodolre lieves sour stomach Belching heart burn and all forms of indigestion Palatable and strengthening Sold by all druggists VNotke All persons having claims against the estate of David LI nedC6aMd wilt present Mvtfi properjf proyen befort me 1belere 1 ViIIisburg Another week has glided by acd It corr es time for us- VtoSt down a few more happenings the past week I often ofF bow happy our dear friend in the far West arwhen the clear theiptheyLeader this week If all thj readers ate lilui myself the read very item F llowco rest pondents are you all reaJf1r t tfriMill enaeavojq to gather UDaZf irf ItemTevery we iMwm afsis the editor every way possible Our little town is wide awake and tip to aate in everything she undertakes Fear not neigh boring towns dont think we sleep from sun down until sunup Nay not su We have a husijing physician that travels anyJiour during the night he may be called If there is any one sick or afflicted you see the kind neighbors going at all hours VOV administer to their wants and why say tbec Burg is so fir out of date We have bad one of the best public schools taught at this place by Prof J T Prather and Mrs Wm Shewmaker that has been taught for the past 10 years not a fault or complaint was made by either parent oi pupil Rev Ycu ig ofMadison county has done 4 grand and noble work for the only churchwe have during the past year Our merchants are doing af flurisbing business Our flouring mill stilt goes on with its work Our two popular blacksmiths are so busy they turn off work for their fel low worker There are new dsvllngoing up which adds ral utoihe town The tele phone excTatrJeJW ll soon be completed and then we wIlt haye more news ftr the NewsLeader W jB Shirleyand wife havq returned from Dawrenceburg fJ Miss ZeimaMoiryoy a popu I lr young lady from Sveet Retreat is visiting her grand mother Mrs Mary McllvoyV Miss Alice Gray of PoIm spent the holidays with Miss Sallie SutherlandVMrs M Brown and daugh ter Mattie Miss Cora Trent and Ray WellsspentV lastV Wednesday at Kirkland M r Charlie Hendren of Ilji ndis visited Miss May ineMerritt last TuesdayV Dr W AV Hiatt and wife spent Monday whbnI = and MrsV J MVTrent Wa are pleased to report Mr A B Wells and MacxwellV Jones better at this writing Mrs J W Sutherland and au tterMyrtlQara on the sick list JMl1 T J Miller and family Edd Birch and famijy Mr and Mrs Kennedy dined with Mr and Mrs W S Gibps XrnaV day Dr JVT Sutherland isi spend lug the weekf with his son at Uarrodsb rgVFur d Suttoni of DeKalb lllT isvisitingher sister Mrs Will Sims VV Mr Horace G rider and family have moye t their nome iin the country and Ree Gibson has mov Jd in with Mr John Jridpr We understand there is to hea good many moves oOflVII some of our prominent citizens woud erect about a cozen cottages here our neighbors would have yersl Losing your hdir Coming i out by the combful And doing nothing No sense in that Why dont you use Ayer Hair Vigor and lfairVigor promptly slop the falling Your hair will begin togro too and all dandruff will dj appear ColldJQJt I i yepe nyJh AysVi frTlfforli wft halt Mt fiite Vlgoe it Mir som placeto mOVe There i not enough dwellings hers frthe reuters and business people We have a quest Ion put to usr for the News Leader by astarp catcherit is this cIWhat relation would your uncles broth er beto tou and not byour uncieft Our friend Lilac H was Asked this question some time gOj Guess he cud reply now Trusting all the readersof the News Leader have had a merry Chaistmais and wishing each and every one a joyful New Year The next letter I writewill be 900 J ji Four Hflniaea BsMcs St AMncents Infaut Asylum Chic ago shelters homeless waifs awaiinjf adoption and there are nearly 400 babies there Sister Julia writes I cannot say too much in praise of Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds croup and vhooping cough Contains no opiates and is safe ands r Ask for Foley H wey aud Tar and insist upjonhaving it as it is a safe remedy and certain inf results Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store 5 frisked t DeathV Joe torancqIore4 laborer was caught under a falling wall at Fourteenth and Main stress yesterday morning at 10 oclock and suffered injuries which re suited in his death yesterday afternoon at 330 ocock He was one of the gang employed in tearing down a building it make room for the new Louis yule Henderson arid St Louis railroad freight depot The wall began to totter and he failed to seek a place of safety in time The lower portion of his body was badly ise land he sustained iinternal injuries Workmen went to the assistance of Moran and succeeded in extlicatiiigVhimV He didnot Joose consciousness and VW- RStakiitthe City Hospitial An hour before Ui sJodeath he asked tp ba removed toTHshopQe in the rear of 3322 TbirtefeTHh h stjreet He bad been in the house but few minutes when he expired Times Moran was forty five rears of age and had been in the employ ofGeorgo Vogt a contractr for sererdl years He was mar nedIMoran Is a Springfield negro being thejson of Ned Moran who lives near Valley Hill His re mains were brought to this place last weekfor burial PeUdlior Attained V tperfection can only be aitairedir the physical byaUowi gnatareto appropriate and not diriip1ite her own resources Catartibs gripe wealten7dissipate whileV DeWitts LiitlcEarly Risere simply expel all putrid thftterand brie thus allowing to liver to assume normal activity gpod for the complexion W W How ell Houston Tex sajs For yesirs Ilhavc iiied Little Early Riser jjitls in my family No better pill eaa be u edfdr cpnstipatfon SoldVby ell arugffiatst P tt Gbmmiss toners Sale T he F Chaplinvs Consolidated causes in Equity Hftnson Shields et al Dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1905 in the above style cause I shall purtHouseMOND Yi JANUART 22 1906 at 2 otlock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit 0 and 12 months the following described property towit A certain trjipt or parcel of1latui lying and qeincrin Washington cpun ty Ky and bounded as follows JQii the south by the lands of Frank Shields on ihe West aJid North by Oh plih RIver on tbe East by tthe- lands of Everatt Parish containing 135 acres more orlessV Amount to be raised Homestead 100000 1lebts17lSIntersat and cost 120ro Total to be raised 193971 Qrclii fiecurityor secwrethU ute Pot1d bearing JejralvhwrMM 4at of sale until paHWSd aT jr tke force and ffectffla J4adItBidders will be Feed to comply promptly with thete teillll M 10 AtJI CWCC OMMI I re cotaInii- ftOt fl ftit drug 1ia zgbsa oup aD4 t l H rdi 14p11 IortiuLI IIEJu iIIT jj STRANGE CARAVAN A trtkli e caravan paaMaSVth414- On l tlom last Wedn day ciftoma- rdstoian1esfo LeV otuntIeralbelAei kIlngBranch county Mfctaiga tu Lillian Tennessee where Mr Ramp and his three gr0wrioos will enla in- bes 111D y p in four caffs each draw fy i span of strong wdlJpt honje These houses flVarewell fitted up and furnUfeed nicely Two otthfiDare viitd for parlur and bedroom the others servO air BUebwi aDd sapplyVcarThe parlor is ear pet d and conttia an orjjptn stove and otLsr triicIAt of var niture that isak it a verj jomv fOrtabie apartiseni Id r Hamp and his family rtfi Mcbi an about five weeks oalid oa tuued their jjurneyuIintepe- dly Mr H pit ic skid pot sesses c Dsder bc1realth iihas been engajecl m Ute JJumbtr i business for many 1J he inHt being a ut651ra of sg Tadiber b comitig seaivee in l s native State he coB4 d dirio seek other feldi In tola quence he basLtkea pv 1a two thousandacri rac inTDeee A SU CESS Tbe school enter tainmen given by te pUp of the MiZiop district und r management Miss Nor BoaiR on last Friduy afleraoon WM a success It was the first attempt made by the teacher to have closing exercise of her school and she can congratiil te he pupils for theiri tdrtslN lllr behalf whfch te Uiea to iter efficiency asan instructor The recitatjibthe were delivered in a tt aitra tie1tfi3 ne the dia10gtJeS bythe older pupjls of the school supported by the dole ate dents of that district cotnpleted the program and made the affair a decided suqcess A be4 tifol feature of tb day was tbetab leaux iu thelatacL A laige crowd attended from iarod near And good order wasjcetidy ed Miss Borita has plroTtttvio be one of the jioat ejfietei teachers of comnoscbcoINf pad the program of Friday ereiiBgi confirmed the iid EEMARKABLE The Mir kii of the home of Mr West in thj Tatham Sptinfs l LET HE 1 il7 MlFnJAMS Fi i Your Or4e ig g and be timed you elIlsc- eiveg the best ss 8 Preshtsi Onptaed in ltH mrkit t 1 only mtiiUoa LIV w tidies wbih jakiDIspecialrsn on S est sJ Sr P1issI- n bulk uetneSs1Mt a IV 54Eqaiay sad loahit N canned torn- pkiu hfl- C 5o- It oldgnt1II 14- iny4I erbss for bou4 L than half JMij not to tei eet gan to bur of the first ASIsuoft and walked from The house with need eontenU were uI- 0CSWIII 3h3c Sup SliperiVeuioA year TL composed 8 Tbompsomjf Htnijir HlltM Gi4rLid Qor Bowe- nVillmanch ntuideern cb- l X tin aoUff Uxoay cts4sVbotrtte i ELJKT OFF ICWB TbPLe- eld Lodge No LpniI Aib- s141mnsI eIeetIonQf 00 WA WM- Covta a wrn StrriWillialis I H M CTr- oilitrkfJ8 D N t p E 4- Mayes Sissy A 0 MeRfr4 ln S aod iIkt All Psaabiia Clajed sgslIits1s Itb YastI 4 I pi JVto sprpi p van write rnj M y F Gilciby M h- eSIe MprlaVyon oH T 1 l This D4 l6LI9S S P D EBI1TOER Adftheiastt of Ach Yis Nisplt1Ia9tJvtd Tbs pfri fl FkISb Qrn th4f L oaisii EJnart s1 Iivqoot ef 4Cgsw tIoOv1plt1 5 f U N Me ot JlwckioridRe c aetv j IttM interert cf tli e 4 pwof the new countv p4pJ bi going oer the reccrC wllh RiH cio LonviHil wbo will do1hc ui7Pxing if ii is found that the pew coa ctv esbrns TbJw rejuires ih p r uiityf ttftst femviB a pnpulaiioo bf noiLV 1s Ihan 1 000 sud an wae u flm 400 squte clover tb ten mi e fromhScoant M it is not certain helms e the niwcounty an be rttT t tW c mply with all hc co vi fois b t the ppuJ iion of thtfpred ajoiningj cone faes 18 8UMent and the aron large eBdtb to How of the surrsadet of 480 square mil wdsy JfiOl 0 oontiia VB tthe cowrty ii ofnoks4of ascpof t i iaJe5lOee fwliUear matter b t cash fo u tout M liberal rfcu ef resiect e wt 4 1250 I N 4 1906 craved from- thresholdJe of Infolded mys now success 4a4sh To all 1 d ikmitig1irig k of FW and to some nmoiw of jin All Wise rtathe pages of the write our vii by nd our iUbenduct b II efforts e hotter and fellow n live unto whatever he relye conditioo as his circle in pro portkm iii ts neighborhood or- t commonU Y ilivhich he lives f etaleit Jf Tou have the good ot YOU MNfttj your neighbor Skood w iirpr home at hqart lip Ui Hey Year with the sk i atyou will first of fearing fciomeloving offit iili7clean citizens and iiriv to ffitkc the most of your iportapitks in business socialI r tl11 b4 ciyic affairs remembeiing tJ ifca4 tttlatideantheaffairspf men SSice at ats flood leads on to fortune Bachday brings us nearer cce bIde of faiI- urI nfj cotinty with its vast agri cV4eultural possibilities is capable Af standing in the front ranksi L i IV with any county in the State I aid all that iis necessary tto place it fofemost is for every citizen 7 i to 1r ntltn i himself a promotor of erefyfhti g that will better 1b i tVs hoHiettc commnnitjand the i IonLyat large either Indus f IVVttrially C r morally and to be I 4q t gngfP ttiat which is harmful fp be the i t best interests of the home and i cpeamaoity in which he lives 1t t Let us daGlofthe possibililies i tthat are open to us for advarce 4 t leent in commercial id trial j lV 5 vie Jnd social mat riand aU jjrlL together to make theyeai j1 V3906 one of tbe most successful in advancing all the interests of IVeyerf avrnue of bUSKessnd 4 v pcietyi in the town and counts 4iand ih the elf rt wa ban no only feel the approbation of our 1 owHcor science s but realize the more tat glble pleasure in tie lerajd if success merited by otitjeffort j J jfl5 tion machine t at FrankIor is s Wing its power bywinniige iything i- tI gafiJe JTtcmas H lated for OUJU t was noir 33ijnited States Semi r by the JmocrTlic joint l gluative cau ctifirt ballot The vote yfl 59 Iackburn led for Ollie TameS aftward vOte to Blaclrn I ctieaccepted the or in i brief jeechafld Sc ynanl Kalde h1h jgviOfl sii- eCutcbfr aii enomi 1 r I iiIiI Lo iizi iJames B Sowarl cljirged with the murder of Goy CJpebel Va1JcyHiJ1i l Again I ask for admittance in ItoyourC NC whifch 1 think TsrChe most interestingfeature of thepaperVMessrs Edd aodjWill JanesI of near your town were our midst Thursday Mrs Thos Baker and charm ing daughters iSue aiLd Bertha of Hillsboro were hi our midst list week4 c Jj Benedict Janes recently purchased o road raarefrom M D IReed price 105 townvasinweek Mrs Mary E Dry af Gravel Switch acccmpariied by her nephew Leo Borders visited relatives in this section last wee W T Beam and mother are on the sick list this week Hark Shehan of ffecience Hill was in our midst Saturday and Sunday Mr W F sMoran is quite ill of lagrippe ihisVt Born on Xmas day a girl tp ihe wife of MrJ b Pile Mr and Mrs Jas Montgomery visited in this section last week Mr ITughey Gbatiey and dau ghter attended the funeral of their aunt Miss Mary James of Pleasant Grove Saturday Mr Gibbs of WUU bung was was in our midst Friday Mr W B Ballard has completed a tenantVhouse on his farm Mr John RHey of Nelson county was in our midst Sun day VMr T f J L Moran receritty sold two rnulest tto MrfGibbsxfi VViU lisburg at o5 tacli l t WINTER r tIL ICHIsboro II rWe live had One of the quietest Xmas ever xperienced by our people The weather Was so peasant that farim work of all kiqds were carried on as if it were not ChismaVDr Satn Crumjes1 Qf Louisville was guest atP M Shewmaker last weekV Erastue Shields and sister Miss Sarah visitedi relatives at Tatham Springs Sa uraay and lSunday Even Armstrong accompanied oy Miss Lulaj Iinktcn spent the hoidays vh ftieds in Anderson couttyVXJutsiner pst a vey valnau mare Sunday Eari Sunday mor she was found in a dt ep hollow RrrSre it iis j supposed she had ftllen and from all appearances had beenj theresome time This was the only horse Mr Outsinger ned There will be quite a number of moTrs made by oor people next week The chuckaluckf the movers wagen with a good old family cow tied behind will OB quite a common sight for the next few days It is an old saying A whit Xmas for a good crop year so if there is any thing iniiit ve will have a short Crop this year We heard an old cfilzen say tile other day that ihis fall was the pleasantist one he had seen for 50 years and to his mind it jndi catd the nearness of the coining of rsanbeforewill only be known bv the falling of the leaves Now if ttiis is scripture will sortie onef give us the chapter and yersq for WE have helird it quoted si often but never could find it in the bible P B Prather and family yisit ed his father EqV Pratner at Pullium Sunday News of the death of Miss Ermine Miller which occured at her home in Atokiov Was re ccived here Sunday and castt p a shadow of sorrow over Our people Miss Miller former Ilived here antl grew up to wonfnP hood a bright and lovely girl paefriendsit iis safe to yihat no young J 1 Natures G re at Invention Xh de banks ob de Amazon faraway Caraway WlJar Dr Green irlts August Flowers to dis day picked dose flowers In August in ole Brazil A1 ado rseaVftnkee alloug to be dar still lKApjiitvIJoTtcr Is the only inedicine rorn alcoholic stimulants that has- ecessful in Iceepingr the entire I et of digestive apparatus In f aud assisting natures tfonf separation and ab wL1reunirbyp i unirir naturitpfnus i eTvouI 4on aud Jrufricnds III- IOpr horsejchevs seem to leI doing a good business judging from the amount of trades made recently Sobriquet Uf Mayses Creek has for a long time been known as Goose Creek but it is likely now to be known 4 as Pony or Plug creek The public school here for the past two years has been small but this year iit is going to be a first class one and it is likely as it is also one of the best schools jjn tbe county to teach and we apphcaIIt Ill receive eact applicant with smilesV PrcH J T Prather and wife have returned ftom a weeks visit to relatives in Louisville The Professor wonK be one off thehappest paRn in the world if it would turn so cold that it politicalfliesnot be troubled with them buzzing around his ear with their sweet little songVThere was only a small crowdJout at thesale of F 4V makers Thursday S M Cam pbell was the crJ ingmanO and he certainly did some good talk jug but the house hold and kitchen furniture sold rather cheap One wOrk horse 51 a eyen year old horse 7525 milk cow 3150 steor 27 suck ing calf 7 sow and pigs 820 nine shoats 3 apiece buggy 30 corn sold at 40e per bushel for the best and 35c for the second There was a large crowd out Saturday at the sale of th prop erty of Charlie Scrmggs deceas dGabe Clark made his debut splendidlycorn sold at 44c The farm was sold to Mr Harlow lor 360 The year 1905 is dead We watched it o the close The last breath is gone fane bells have softly sadly tolled its departure We have seen it fall into its newmade grave and draw the callendar of 19J5 around it Its record is finish ed and must staud unchanged Readexwhatisyear What labors have you performed What have yon achieved Tbe record of nations has been no more surely kept than that of individuals In the boOkofVlife what space will be filled by the year which has just byhonest spaceinfor hislifes lecord either grod or bad asthe year may have been Will the year stand ip before jouas a witness to accuse you of neglect waste andnJ r viII is VOICeIII it shall tesilfTin eternity No doubt marGiy pleasant memories Wnd you with tenuerest ties to tile old year How precious are the memories of the days Jgone by Here we tfnd the charm of life Even Iif veryI rows become prectrua ta when enfolded by the draf erjes of the memory Thi yetriI hiveThentthemtheof greater consideration and en deayor because based upon ihe past Nov greeting the New Year that bids so fair to be tilled with jjoy andsucc s will extend happyNewGodr maybethe c lums of the best county p3oer jin the State and wishing Ptosity r y ell wil remain as its humble correspondent lIitAC Borest Vcw Mr Arthur Carrico andfimil- y of Bardstown are at his- lathers rota several days visit 1 H Carrico and family of 6irnstown are ako at Mr Carxteos RobprtVize bfrStr LouIs Mo is visiting his mother at the present time Robert Oaborne of Louisyillp was visiting his parents last week JQJuriIa untt Mrs Will Rney Thomas Medley and daughter Miss Froney and Mrs Joe llled fey have returned after an ex aUdlrelatives boys who come front wothsemani gonebuckMiss Djisy Janes who died at her lathers r sidence in the Valej Hill neighborhood was butiedi at St R se cemf tery last Monday We knew tier well in her childhood days ad a more amable led sprightly childwe j seldom meet and as we wVite we feel that the god Lor had IJ greater ue for her than to awaylikeglowing sun blooming amid thorns and thistes She has been a patient sufferer for seven longraontis but she now sleepsl the sleep that knows no wakin She JJeaves father and mother three sisters and three brothers tpep oer her bier but their = tiQtt without hope Uliamson is dan j tf1c WhPflOQVD- VtriutIifl ccuIanIIhave opened the blacksmith shop of Mr Sam Smith and go to workfor the new year Charles McClain and Will Medley and one other of our guys have purchased of Robert- sonof Springfield a new buggy 1gogoMrs Frenti Carrico sold to Frank Nally a nice mare for 140 Frank Spalding sod to Father Hennessy of Springfield a nice horse for 165 M to Avoid Pnenniojna j We have n ver heard of a single stance of a cold resulting iri Pheu tnonln or other lung trouble when Foleys Honey and Tar has heenI faken Itnot only J1tops the but heals und etrenghens the lungs Ask for Foleys Honeland Tar and refuse any substitute olfared Dr C J Bishop of Avnew Mich writes JI haveused Foleys Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneu mooja with good results in everyV easelt Sold by the Red Cross tug Store QUARTERLY REPORT OF TIlE CONDITION OF PEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK SPRiNGFIELD KY At close of business December 30 1905 RESOURCES Loans nnd Discounts 233007 ofj Overdrafts secured c 5 6226 000DueVbankaDue from State banks bankers 1732527 Due from Trust Companies 000 2274516 j Banking House and Lot 5000 00 Other Real Estate 000 Mortgages = 1600000 USBOfldHVVV 7 000 Other Stocks and bonds 000 pecioV 65lb2i Currency 710000r13610 23 Exchange for ClearVfngs 000 Other Items carried as ecsj 000 Furniture and Fixtures 000 Fund to pay Taxes =Current Expenses Jast quarter 4V Total 195924 99l LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid iin in cashV 9 50000 00 VV Surpuls Fund V1O000lUndivided Profits 241138 Due Depositors ae follows Depositssubject to eheck on which interesHsTiot pajdVVVVV 204549 93 SSpo8Jts subject to check IIon which interest is paid 0 t Demand certificates of deposit con which interest is not paid 0 Time certificates deposit tIon which inttrst is S19963637224jf51361Saving is paid 00 VVVV Certified checks 00 Due National banks = 00 Due State banks bankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 Cashiers Checks outhtand 00 Bills rediscounted H Unpaid dividends Taxes dueand UflPAidVVV 00 Capital tock notpaid 00 91lHighest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company oi firm including in the liability the theIindividual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 percent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount l ot surplus of the brink 000 How is indebtednesJ stated in above item secured OW Highest amount oi indebtedness of any director or officer if amount ol such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of the bank 000 How is same secured 060 Does amount ot indebtcdnesifof any person company or Hrm including in the liability of the corn pi nr or tirm the liability of the individual mem bers thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up pitl and atuat 8urplulr No If so state amount of such indebted ness 000 Amount of last dividend SljOOO Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and vas not less tnan 10 per cent of net profits of the t4edhldendbefore said dh itend was declared Yes State of Kentucky j jVS3 i County of WatlillngtonV J A Boijhvaarc Cashier of Peoples Deposit Bank a Bank locatqd and doing business at Mali street in the town of Springfield in faid couny being duly sworn says the foregoing reports in all respects a true state mentor the condition of said Bank at the cloac of business on the ICth day of December 1JH5 ta the bestt of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business has been tran acted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report t is made compliance with an ollleial notice received from the Secretary off State designating the 30th day ofI Pecernben4003 as the diy on which such reporwkhall u maaeICashierjSubscribed and sworn to before me bytA Boulware Cashier hC3rd day f t January 1905 A 0 MCELROY NP tWmInngtoizCommission expires January 1908V ffEO D ROBERTSON W L GRAHAM I H THURMANi Piretois t ASTORIA l I Jte inCuiti aaft CWJreniI It I ON A BRIDLE PATH Copyright by T C McClure Max Fenn pull d lila horse Into a walk and as Miss Dale also 3W rein she turned to the young man with a smiling protest Really We must hurry she said Its lateVluneasily getting No he said slowly I cant hurry This last stretch means too much tome Itsouly two miles to the end The end of the bridle path she asked with becoming Innocence The end of the world he said In gubrlbusly The girls face flushed See here said he If you knew a man who was about to be hanged youd treat him the best you knew how grant all Ida little foolish requests until the hanging wouldnt your I suppose so she admitted Well he went on Im about tp nndorgo an ordeal beside which to bq hanged Is n luxury In light of my un lirccIclty You certainly dont begtudge me tljbse added few minutes She eyed him narrowly If youll teir me what this unfortu nate predicament of yours is Ill agree to your request said she VI4Done said he The unfortunate predicament lies In the fact that to morrow you leave hereto go buck tome anti forget nil about me Oh no I shant said she I shall always rem mber your kindness nnd and these delightful rides Youll remember them as episodes I presume he observed How else would you have me re member them said she As events he said with finality Sue smiled vaguely cud her eyes were turned from him He put his horse close beside hers and leaned toward her In the saddle They have been eyents to me he saul earnestly She flicked her riding skirt with the crop but said nothing These rides have taken me Into anew and beautiful country he said In a low voice a country so beautiful that the thought of leaving It is more than I can bear We shall be very late getting home Im afraid theyll worry about meV Fenns head went back His face suddenly tookl on harsh linVLet us gnliopf the rest of the way then he said quietly and touched the spurs to his horse They flew along the bridle path nt the gathering dusk Kenn sitting In the saddle very straight pnd silent and the girl watching him covertly from the corners of her eyes Presently the bridle patii ended on the summit of a lit tie hill Below them lay a city of twinkling lights The girl brought her horse to a dead stop and Fenn did likewise You mustnt be angry she said very gently Im not said hcV Yen thijii77robabIyM she began but IF interrupted herVI think youre one of those things opportunity makes Slip looked at him perplexedly- A thief said Fe in A what she ga jped Thief lie repeat id calmly Youre stolen my choicest i ossesslon And thatt she asked My heart said lie I wasnt aware you had one she retorted in a mocking tone Neither was I until I saw it in your possession said li4 Then I reallzet fully my loss Is It so very lamentable she asked latig1iiiglyV Very said he jhcn of course you want It back IJI Certainly do said he Shb smiled and hjld out her hand to him as If tthe heart rested In the up turned lalziVlint I nfso want you to keep It he aids Slip frowned Heres a paradox for you she cried Tin V give it back but Im also to keep JU heartrII want to possess you She lookedlat htui long and earnestly Her CyIVMI1Ihlt tho ground She drew tier horse a few puces nwny Wc11 thats hot such an Impossible paradox utter nllI8ho saul Tlipn she gallopetl down toward the VltY of twinkling lights with the radi ant Fciin Iniliot pursuIt F0RBES DWIGhT A Gingerbread Dream There was a little tniildon Tier name wail tlnj Nell VtreetVVltlViAnd some were uliaiW like elephants And some like queens nnU kings c1aAndgingerbreadAlid queenAVIthpenniesAnd dearlMToo cheap tie vety clear Because you take sech trouble Tho elephant rtpllpd WVreworh uaUIm worth ut least lionsVTho crownSAndYou ought to anc In town weepingThat k shilling for poll pnrroU Crl4 out that noWy blid upAndTlwr rou may gO nod sell yourselves And what youre worth find out ephnntAndqueenAad brtesAndPhloJephla North American r nnanlnn Rlddlev Hare are sonic riddles which the boys and girls of Russia puzzle their heads overt The answers are given at 3 tho end but see first how many OUI ohn BOlve wltliouti looking I I am blind but show others theI way deaf and dumb but know hoWl to count 2 Ieoillo pray Tor inc and nnr fnr luiy company hut directly I appear they hide themselvesV3 I have four legs and feathers butIam neither beast uor bird 4 There are four btothtt t under one fIll t fi FQWr brothoVs run judO by aide UiU never catch 0np another 01What walkUpsl c lM2JWOT55 head 7 What are the two brothers that live on the opposite sides of the roadjyet never see each other- S A pack ot wolves ran Jjy One wits lrnttt WtPl telUaIflCt1 Aziswsc t 1 CIilnafRftaUierua 4 Lp a table TX J VVVVVVVV HALFReview jllj 4 CosmopolitanV T PriceV CMi Coman s Home Companion 65Q t News 1 f v Leader= r 9 I jJ THE f f vv It is well known to every one in business that in fixing a selling price there must j the the marketin The making cue organiz 0tJhe Review of Reviews Many other publication are desira ble and you may prefer this or pre fer that fiction and art publication but the Review of Reviews iis neces sary Substantial American men and women are going to keep up with the times and they are going to take the shortest cutwhich is the Review of Reviews Twelve hundred pictures a year departments giving the best that is in all the otfier important magazines all over the world timely and informing articles almost as fresh and full of news interest as a daily paper and Dr Albert Sh ws interpretation of the public men events and issues of the month in The Progress of the World I is good for new i now You the FREE still by this great is t J Your name with this sent in at V fJ LV Sale Farmers Home Co Plff Equity Mike Bruner Deft Virtue of a and order the Washingtqn circuit rendered at the October term 1905 shalljiiHousN jrin Ky on IMONDAY 2 19P6 at 2 oclock pm or highestbidder followingdecribed tTvo certain tracts or parcels of lard lying and being in county Ky it boing a partpf the farm owned by Mike Bruner lnMarch Jl 1903 said fa adjoins the farms then by L Carey and Holler man one of the saidtracts or parcels land upon which a lien herein retained is land vhicb is coy ered by the residence by the on March 11 1903 and is 20 feet wide and 40 feet long and the o her tact island which w coverec by the stock on said and is 40 feet wide and 32 jeet long Amount to be raised 29 92 15 30 VV Total 4522 For the price the purchaser or security or sureties must execute bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and htvInqthe force and effect of a bond Bidders will be to comply with these 1L G LEAOE IAN M W C now to Train Moaie Ordinary house mice can be trained perform little tricks If when very youutr They up then with nQ more four of their enemies than n rat orrd0K Trained mice should be a feature of every home They rjtrngt and to gq through various and evolutions They need to be treated with the sane kindness and care as the others Cages with revolving wheels come for mice nnrl lug like berds fho agility of monkeys lIUOO taught to up sticks anti pole jump from them through circles and to clinic each back and over a table or in and out of formed with pftpers nud wrinkled up for the purpose DaTa and Tobacco Dr A L Gibson of the United States navy gives the testimony na- to the effects of smoking tobacco upon the students It leads to Impaired nutrition of the nerve centers I1It Is a fertile cause of neuralgia vertigo and It irritates the mouth and throatand thus destroys the purity of the voice By excitation of tho optic nerve amaurosla and other defects uf vision VV It eausqs n tremulous and an pulse IOne of Its effects Ja to develop of the heart It retard tho cell change on which deICbc tnut Popplqa Chestnut 1 jolly Each player Is given thrpgfchcstuuts She names thorn for thrcoQf Item best friends The nuts aro then placed on tho red coals The one that gives forth a a truo admirer the one that pops Is an unfaithful Ipvcr Ivhlle the one that burns steadily Is a faithful friend IIoIiKonji Choice Blacken one end Qfn sUck The vie Urn ts naked fa choosa too right QP left end first having been told cud is black The end Is tfrawu ficross the forehead or cheek and thia te repeated three times wltem UW b adflfe te rcatoted all a mfrror f Sensational Price f l t 9 fora Limited Time 3OO ft j We are toJettocuttheget a Jarg0 body of paid in subscribers jJhaveEXPLANATION1 beVadded4to atidhesebuythreet turnltbewh publishersofsubsekiptionfr The Cosmopolitan A leading for years With the recent change of it has been improved It is fax better in every respect and aims to be the best in i s field Every year or so theres one advance inthe forward movement among the many This year it fc the Cosmopolitan this shall be a success Its gains in newsstand sales and in subscriptions have been And these are due only to the new life and real merit The Cosmopolitan is printing WHAT TIE PEOPLE WANT It contains the best fiction best special articles on timely topics an bestillustrations money can buy I US LETTER aside miW frankly strictest dence troubles trill Chattaaooga TeaiV VrVVlT Womans Home CompnnionV + WoniinsVHome r every member of the family For bright earnest cultured homeVloving ideal enter tainer and helper in a thousand congenial ways the fathers and brothers and sons join in the fireside and chi1dlenIVeagerly turn to the pages that are 1The issues theforthcoming yearIwill be unique in and exe cution and in contents and brilliant the finest mostJtVelaborate and artistic illustrations PLf i ir Dont wait the offer and renewal subscriptions Arrange forlyouVvJi tire really NEWS LEADER and saving money pfy oar magazines accepting offer so the reduction accompanied 3 entitles you to special price if order js once iNEWSLEADER Springfield Ky y Commissioners Insurance LBy Judgment ofof Springfield JANUARY thereabout Washington m wned of owned defendant barn farm Costs purchase purchasers with approved bond prepared promptly termsVC C a caught grow menagerie drills With they run small other forth hole cloth following Indigestion ItIprovokes hand Intermittent conspicuous Irritability popping flame Is bllodfoltled chosen quickly advance magazine eighteen ownership 4otable magazines And splendid permadent regularly that Companion American i perusalv themV it conception obtainable gizin reading getting lITS performing remarkable 1U CUT IT OUTII says the doct r to many of his lady patients because he doesnt know sf any medicinal treatment that will positively cure kmfeThatuddiseasedwbmenin CARDUl IT CURES WOMB DISEASE It saved the lives of thousands of weak sickVwomen has rescued thousands of others from melancholy lifetime of chronic invalidism It will cur- eyouifyouwillonlygiveitachance it t Sold at every drugstore inSioo bottles WRITE A Put all timidity and freely and In cone telling us all your symptoms and Wo Mnd free ad vice in pain sealed envelope how to YAdleIAdYlIorjDept The is for our is an Jut its by the written for for t rich varied with has and a Try M GAYEUP SUPPORTER Iwore a ieppottwforfnryesriIob 5 lIIwerowclelnentJrolBCdowa orYsnnsvusewY MydOctonIoi4eae znedtdae woaht belp aie I eMoIS nhiefl aadcoela bardly wak =two bok1 CLIdat IjvupsuppaiIenV feellIi xow lam a bottle e s 54 a romrlr08c1 can be osay fees a dayst a S ne I ItronttlT reesMto every 1awesa I c c CMTUMPY LEE KlFY r f New Livery Firm i I Tumey RileyV VVVVV 4 j Sttcc ssora to Haydon 6 ThornpspnVH 4 t Equipment FirJtClats Feeding and VJ3ardi7liV 1ti J in Every RespectHorse a Specialty It i Your d tronge Respectfully Solicited lfhloStable Located Between the Depot and th Walton Hotel 2iV frJOHN SHUCK MCELROY G O WlIBTth- 1 McEroy fr WhartonLIii Insia Ge Real Estate Agg ntsItt JFire Life and Tornado Insured ft Li T 1 l Land Sold oc EommiteiCD J i 1 Office over Peoples Bank Phone 4i t = TV WT WOODARDS j fANNUAL INTER SALE OIF I Trotters Pacers Rusitiess Hdrses f V vThdroughbreds and Sh Kland PoriiieA jl1 January2345Bo7 16E At Tattersalls buildingj L xir too3 tjr First Sale ST tkTf iV JPoreftrj bJaiki dJttwKef i ormnioBt addVreuV 0 VIA T WOODARDILexington K IRJ1BURTOJ 4RIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED y tW17IHOUT PAIN OFFICE Hflgan Block pp sitaJra 4JSpRINGF1ED KY Air Dental Firstclass Work Strictly r DR J HLAMPTON rr OFFICE L In Opera House 7 WFGRIGSBY itTbRNEyATLAW 1 t Office over Feoplos Bank j sprnNoFxrD icY II JBRoBAnDSJ W HYATT 4 RoBARD8 HYATT pri9ans and Snrgeons 1 Office next to ulerks Ofilce = q DRJH HOPPER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON PHONES Office Over Office 97 liagans Grocery Residenc6711 JAMES GRAVES J PRACTICAL Watchmaker and Jeweler Carries a line of Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing a Specialty Locl ted on Main Street Apposite Presbyterian church Springfield Ky 1 I DRl F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Hav lon Barber Jti IDental work reasonable prices + A11brk guaranteed t S SPRINGFIELD KY f JOUNY MAYES lERAL uititCIOR i AtlOlICENSEO EMllAMER t 0 it iftEPHCNE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 1 PRlNGF iELDtf Raoad S cLuc Following is the time schedule nowin tifeci on the Eaidatown anti Springdeld branch railroad t No 41LeayeS Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arfiyes at Springfield 615 pm No 42Leaves Springfield at 530a m Bawlstown 617 a m Bards own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at r 730 am Bardfctown Junction t 4 930 am Bardstown 1115am rrives at Springfield 12 40 pm IS 044 Leaves Springfield a 1 120 pm BaidstownT 230 pmj 1Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 amj Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Suhdajs only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bar stown Junction 650 pm Bards tbwo t 735 p m awives at Springfield t 825 pm U SSMAIL FROM f Springfie1d l- 10 illisburg 7 Leaves Springfieldat 6 am arrives at Willisburg at 9 am leaves Willisburg 8 pm arrives Springffeld 6 pm Passenger t rate one way D0cv Baggage extra Reasonable ratef Freight hauling I Richard Rileyy Bonds Carriage Repair Shop 0 All kinds wood work and up holstering done Grain Cradles oa hand for salt tiI h1iv rot sale now one neW liandl niadejbugg3i new hand uudg spring wagon and a good Leetfnd baudppring wagon I wll work theapl for the loiel AH won ttritj cash YoH EOPS- pringfeU Ky w r I Local Happenings of Interest rTOI W NW The Freshest and Latest All 3 Iand AcquaIntarftes11TOPIGS I OO Heinz apple bnttet at Johnson cCabes Oat peal in bulk tJoln bn4j Mcjabes T fT Every thing in canned goods at Johnson McCabes Fresh fruit ctlL kinds at Johnson McCaT3es Try a pound of Blatikes coffee at Johnson McOabes Pream arid Salt rising bread at Joliiisd M cCjibe s i Celery anberries at Johnson McCabe4 v Fr sh egetablej3 always On hand at Jolinson McGabes Fan SALJwo argejat hogs R B Cregor rJ insb y and girl w born last week to Mr and Mrs Kent tlogers living near town t plankesl coffees took the grand prjze av th Worlds Fair Every ppjund iisgartted by Johnson Mccabe 4 Mr LevlBtown hasjnQved iin to apart pcethe McElroy flat vlr Leo rutSdoD has rnoved into the house jrecjehtly occupied by Mr J B Robertson Mr Tho J Graves and fami ly recently of Mack ville have moved to town andare occupying tile residence recently purchased of J G Mansfield n1ainstreet The new telephone exchanges at Mopresvilie Mackvile and Willisbilrg have been finished and are connected with the fa pihJgfieldexchange thusgiving the county an ex6Elleuttpophone service RAYEDOn Mrs Melissa Greens place last August a red calf weighing ubout 400 pounds Owner can get same by proving property and paying for ad vertsement and kee p IV S Purdom Mr tDabp Brady lIiell known young xastoieighborhpoa nnar Miss Etta Lanlcford were quietly married yesterday evening at the home of Mr C idrles Brady ar town Rev W fc Williams performed the ceremony RevW TWalden who has been pastor of tjhe Christian church a this plaqe for some time has cceptd the Call from the congregation to devote his entire tim to the church Rev Walden 4111 shortly mover his family her and become aper manent repident of Springfield Mr Joe Bishop of the Bounty has purchased of Mrs Kate Williams her residence On Leba non street for 1550 Mrs Williams bought of M L Searcy a lot adjoining the Christian church and contemplates build ing Supt JI1V Busl liar bought QfQ F Yharton his new residence on Virginia Ave Price 2OppJ IThe Fit National Bank has its semiannual statement In this i ueof the NewsLeader Itt pass the usual semi annual four per cent dividend out of its earnings for the past six months adds 4000 to its surplus fund lit has paid all expenses and taxe4 besides providing fund off 1887 to pay taxes for thepres ent yearlleaving a balance of 64000 to undivided profits Mastei Dud oy Rd tie o this place nephew of lion Will Claybrooke was elected as page in the House of Reprdsen atives The Courier Journal Jn speaking of the matter says Dudley Ragsdale also made a brilliant race Be is a nephew of the- non Will Claybrooke Although Mr Clay r oke opposed Mr Lawrence for the speak rship Mr Lowrence offered to appoint Ragsdale one of hispagesshould he be defeated Results showed that was unnecessary By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer for a limited time only the Louisville Daily wsLeaderlonel price of 200 This is absolutely the cheapest clubbing offer we have ever made Just think of ita Louisville daily jpaper and your home paper for only 200 for the yoar The Statement of the cOndit- ion of the Peoples Deposit Bank app ars in this issue of the News Leader and it shows that institution to be enjoying a con tinned increase in its ousiness The bank now has a deposit of about 225000 and loans of S 5b000and shows net earn ingsofone percent per month This statement should be very satisfactory tto its stockholders and shows an ample ability to take care of all the banking business its patrQs so kindly entrust to it Daisy aged 16 years the be loved daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Janes died at the home of her parents below Springfield on llast Saturday after an illness of several months duration She was possessed of a sweet and amiable disposition and was greatly loved by many friends The funeraj took plaCe at St Rose on Monday morning The NEwgTTEriiR tends sympathy to the breavet1parrtindb- rothers and sisters Good Woman Gone Mrs Mary Janes one o the countys oldest residents died after a short illness at the home Of Mr Barber Clarkson a short distance in the county on last Thursday December 28th Mrs Janes was on a little visit to the Clar son home when she was stricken and died after two days of suffering She lived on her farm about three miles north of Springfield with the family of her nephew Mr Ed ar Lmton Aunt Mary Janes was born in- Loudun Co Va December 27 1814 She witli her parents came to Kentucky in the fall of 1816 When only seventeen she married J K Janes who was an invalid for many years before his death which occurred in 1879 Unto this union no children were born but with willing bands they cared for and reared two orphan children one a neice of Aunt Marys the other a neice of Uncle Kell Janes and she has helped to rear their children to third generation She was a member of the Pleasant Grove church She lived to the good 014 age of ninetyone years and brie day Mrs Janes was a noble Woman full of haritable deeds ever ready to help others Her maiden name was Edwards and she was an hunt of Mr Ben EdwardS and the Misses Edwards The funeral took place at Pleasant Grove on Saturday Rev Miles Saundera her old pastor was expected to preach the funeral sermon but owing to feeble health was unable to cPme and Rev W H Williams officiated in bis stead Bring your produce to us will pay cash or trade Johnson t McCabe the grocers Guard Against Colds Colds lead on to tonsilitis tonsilitis to impairment of the lungs and impair ment of the lungs to that most dreadful disease Deadly Consumption t Its easy to cure a cold harder to cure tonsilitis and it takes a miracle to cure consumption Get our Mentholated Cough Syrup and I keep it on handi From babies up it will save expense 4 tJ HAYDON x S ORNER DRUG STORE S U s ri I A Brilliant Affair Next in importance to being aj mason is the pleasure of being a guest of masons was probably the verdict of those fortunate enough to be present at tire annual banquet given at the Walton Hotel on last Friday evening by theSpringfield Lodge No50 F A Masons The affair was altogether the most pleasant event of the kind to occur in Springfield for many a day and was thoroughly enjoyed by the assemblage About 150 guests were gathered iin the dining hall which was tastefully decorated with festoons of ever greens suspended from the cen ter of the dining room to ithe four walls and garlands of evergreens were twined around the columns in the centre of the room An orchestra of four pieces discoursed sweet music during the evening An elaborate six course lunch delicious and dainty in quality and well served preceded the Feast of reason and flow of soul which was under the direc tion of Mr WVA Waters who made a most excellent toastmas ter Iris free and happy remarks as he called for responses to the various toasts serving to keep up the flow of good cheerwhich prevailed throughout the entire evening Rev J P Scruggs Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky v as called on to re spond to the toast The Ladies wtIich he did in a very pleasing manner although he explainedI that he was little prepared hahdle so weighty a subject having been called on at a late hour to fill the program left vdI cant by the absence of Prof George Colvinj I Mr T Scott Mayes gave A Study in Wits and elicited much applause in his treatment of the subject Mr Mayes5 more orlmasonryProf TjC Cudningham was called oir made a few remarks onI then ation of Masonry to Society His remarks showed a deep study of the subject and an appreciation of the true bene Sis of masonry in its relation to the world Thbvgnestof hpnor Hon R W Miller of Hichftibnr tttt down for a response to the toast Kentucky Mr Miller in a talk of about fifteen mjnutes duration completely captivated his audience His tribute to Kentucky and her people vas as beautiful a piece of word painting as one Qfter hears Mr filler iis a naturalland easy orator1with a wonderfujl command of lan guage Bib speech contained many historical lacts which were attractively presented evWin Harrison Williams responded lo the toast Are you a Mason Mr Williams made the hit of the evening with his fund of anecdotes which were exceedingly well told Preced ing in a more serious vein lie gave an insight into the beauties and benefits of masonry and its relation to religion and to man kind Grigsby Derringer Th jsolem vows of matrimony were sealed over Mr Harry Derringer and Miss Mary Grigs lby at New Hope on last Thurs day afternoon at 430 oclock by Rev W H Williams of Springfield TIe gioom is young man of sterling qualities wifh a host of fri pds while the bride who is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo Gjigstjy of Midway is handsome young lady well known in the society circles and much thought of by both old and young Many friends of eachi witnessed the ceremony and congratulated them A sumptuous supper was served by the parents of the brideof which many relatives part iok Mr and Mrs Derringer will got horse keeping Immediately From the host of friends the newly wedded couple receive congratulations andthey have manv gOod wishes for lifelong happiness and prosperity by UNO Mrs Ellen Maxwejl widow of Dr Cleland Maxwell of Leba non died Monday of infirmities jiof age and was buried Tuesday morning at Lebanon Mrs Max I wel was an aunt of Mrs A C McElroy of thiS place Notice IAll persons having claims against the estate of Oliver Croake deceased will pleuse present same properly proven to me at my home at Croakes Station on 6r before Feb 1st 1906 and same ll be pail EVER CaOAKE1 J Administrator jFERSONAL Wiilis stoie 1cE per at Qobbs Distilery No 24rrlr Keeling recentlypass- ed a very Creditable civil ser vice examination and has an exelent standing pn the eligable list Mrr W F Grigsby spent the holidays with her parents at Chaplin Mr MarvIn Williams who is well known here and in the f county has enlisted in theSNavy and sailed last week from San Francisco Mr and Mrs George Moore who have been visiting Mrs Mpnres par nts of this placS have returned to Somerset uiiere Mr I Ioore has a position with Newtori Bros Mr and Mrs W H Averill who have hid charge of affairs thejGJrundy Orphanage the past year llft Mouday for their home In Lotiisville Mr A trill and wife made many friends hilehere find ilieir departure Was deeply jegqetted by a host of friends Mr Robfert Thompson of Pleasant Grove has moved to the Grundy Orphanage and will have cLargj of the farm during the ensungjyear IMiss Louise Settles has re tijirned home after a delightful visit to Miss Eveline Grady at Nelsonville Mr Mortaguie Phillips of Louisville has been visitingi his cousin Geo A Neikirk Mr TI D Wellslind wifetr Mrrp S fayes1 and wife attenJ ed Masonic banquet at Lebanon Thursday night Mrs E van Wfgginton o- fBJoomlie1dwasaguet of Mrs M W Hyatt last week Mr Joe Wakefieldand daughter of BloomOeM visited Mrs Lizzie Durejtt last week Mr Maury Durrejbt visited rela ivesd t Bloomfiefd the latter part of last Ayeek Miss Kate Mayes spent bun day with iii Misses Duncan at PeaeantGrove Mrs S II Bishop visited l IcrelatIves M H ill last v cek Miss Sue Ray of Lebanon attended the banquet Friday evening Dr wJ F Trusty and family have ret ned from Sobree where they ttnt tQ holidays with Mrs McBride bff Louisville is the gujest of her parents Mr anti Mrs M L Searcy Prof Uleland Cunningham rc turned Monday toGluton SC to resume his dutids as teacher of languages Dr George Shaunty of Lou isville attended the banquet Friday evening and vssited his mother Frederickstowd a few days Mrt and Mrs Samuel C Van Arsdalj left Tuesday to visit their sOn and daughter sanford VajhArsdaltindMrs RH ViI liams of Owensborb lRobertl Sutton iras gone to Covington to join his w fe ioa visit to her parens Air and Mrs Force Miss Bessie Rogers andi Mrs Percy Johnson of Lebirioh visited their amt Mrs Fred r HaganjMonday Mr Joan Brown of L baron was in town Monday Mr G H Boonof Louisville has accepted a position as sten ographlnr in the office of C C M Chord 1Mr Boone and his wife are at Mr Searcys Mrs G B Hawkins and son Morri of Lawrenceburg are visiting thdir parents Mr and Mrs Mk L Searcy Mrs Kate Williams was in Louisville the first of the week on business Mr T D Wells has returned from a visit to Bloomfield and Fairfield Messrs Chas Roberts Will Green Will Russell Neal Bob liLt and Cliff Roberts were in Maud Sunday Miss Annie Mayes and Mrs Irvine Adams and daughter spent Spnday with Mrs JV R Matron of Lbanonr Misj Mattie Thompson of Louisviile is visiting her grand mother Mrs Rate Thompson Mrs Dr Will Pope of Louisville ijilited her father Mr James Waters last week t Mr James Waters is riga ejd- JjBjBjM1SSj lyrfc e fi ear visitt g Miss v w Alma Spalding of Lebanon who enertain d in their honor Wed nesday evening Misses Myrile Pearl and Bes sie Campbell have returned from a visit to Indianapolis where they visited 1elatwes- MriWiliOlarkson is in Leb anon atjDr McChords infirmary being treated for rheumatism Mrs A ci McElroy and Mi sI Betfae Irvine attended the funer nonlTuesaayi Mr W M Croker of Pine vile has accepted a position with the Red Cross Drug Store and assumed his duties as pharmacist Monday i Sister Louise daughter of Mr and Mrs 1G D Robertion visited her parents last week Miss Margaret Peters is visiting Dr and Mrs Grigsby at Baidstpwa Mr J R Durrett of Bloomfield visited his daughter M W Hyatt Tuesday Mr Robert Mayes wiJlenr tartain a number of bis young friends tonight with a party Miss Nellie Green wilt entertain the yqung people of here Friday evening Miss AncaJ Simms v6ited- frindsin Louisville the first of the week Mr T S Mayes was in Frankfort afewdavs this week Mr McC rtney has returned from Henry county where he visited omkfolks RevJ of Colum bIt and Hob 1t W Miller of Richmond attendel tie banque Friday evening Prof and Mrs J C Vaught of versailles and Mrs J Bt Ca sell of Harhman Tenr wre guesis at the S R Gray home last week j Lost A nice black sow weighing about 250 pounds Finder please aotifyr S Ci M Gill j Mfetioii QOTI Indigestion is easily overcome by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Oureb3Cause this reraepy Xigescs whatyou Lat and gives the stomach a zetal1Ca- it to recuperate and grow trong again Kodql iclieyes indigestion belching of gas sour stomach heart burtrrcicand enables the digestive organs tp tiliiffedinttheki- nd of rich red blood that male health and strength Sold by all druggists REPORT OF TilE CONDITION OFTHE FIRST NATIONAL BANKS- PRINGFIEED KY At close ofbusiness December HOS RESOURCES Loans andDiscounts 243GoP92 U S Bonds 5000000 Banking House rind Fixtures 5000 Overdrafts 704884 Due from Banks 2807532 Cash on handi 16712134538745 rotal Ji 35109321 LIABILITIES Capital Stock S50OOQCO Circulation M00000 Surplus Fund 500000 Undivideo1its 400800 Bills pajalIc rediscounted 183335 Fund to pay 1900 Taxefc 138799 Bank deposits S 499050 Individujldepgits l973G7i37 20236387 Total ii J351 09321 Gross earnings past 0 months 820383 Bal undivided profits 214221 Recovered from debts previously charged oil 3S7l03rji39r17 Disposed of as follows Paid expenses L 2300 72 Dividend No 68 of 4 per cent J 200000 Added to Surplus 8 per rcpt 400000 Set aside for 1906 taxes U 160840 Leaving bal undivi ded profits 40G80al13J917r2 A C McELROY Cashier Indianapolis and Chicago IJPENNSYLVANIA LIkES Leave Louisville 810 pm ar arrive Indianapolis 11 15 pm Chicago 710 am Compariment sleeping cars and coaches through Get tickets anq details City Office Fourth aid Market- S reets i Thg Orilonalfr Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tafr as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley Honey and Tar many Imitations are offered fortIie gjiae ASk for FQleyi HOiey and Tar anttrefuie any sub stiiAte offcrea as no rpreattlcn th HIDe ildlj lamtiYe Iand 4saftiotsbi41pe- reoh Fur sbbrr itDrurstori Jw l 1 MAKES OLUTIt IjL ss Ia a- wrz wioleintt4cof making 1ynn1Wl IT It Lrtrsurfacefood and 11L4II oIgna1nkbM3LLeyer cloth and no r c1rrng t kerI IICL stains flirt I 1l to any ii3s1iwith b- ktj5 dMiberEcIALT DebctterlocanM will beautiful fttrnitme It fficialj D4MM Pmef sells at 50 cents bottle sad a renovate the ordinary home Try it and you r A few trial bottl at Kto soLD BY iiTile Red Cross D H Q XH O QP6Qoot0 JANUARY OLEARANC OF- Dress Goods CI I CLOAKS ari4FVitS f The Ipwest prices of the nexjfc 30 days at the BIG STRE 1Lot of Mans 15 and 12 Huitsgo for 7t4Lot of Men s 10 and 750 Suits go focfL-ot J qf Youths 15 and 12 Suitigo for 7fllt Lot of Youths 10 and 750 Suit8 go for jj 9t Onei lot of Mens Suits go for 3 8 I iHbne lot of Youths Suits gc for 3r98 aiwi j p- c V c Boys BLniBe Suits a 0 2 Big bargains in liens and Boys Overco 4 Ladies aud Cbildrens neweststyle x A few Cloaks at onaharlf price rainnsieWinterUcdetear 88 incf irnool e iiian Jioth v1i o kr9 4 We are offering special indupeoNtet IBi evfejy department foe this sale and it would be well fcr you to come and investigate iSsmi r iis barly I begun yet v ROBERTSON BR I r Ca 4 t f Be tYIU d i lftI tIoLwint r winter with our coal Get it aovrfaM ttthi en nasty days liter on t It1f 1 itCoal is Going UIt i Like it does each ye rWtChUJ ae 4 proaches A ton of our coal is worth two half slack THATS WHY EOPLEStnc 1 Ii l = Mfti n t i + ri JONEtr4LrIP4PPI Ie J 1 JV Peoples Deposit Bank f iilCj Capital 6OIOSS t r1t1 i MjV9 OFPICERS V GeoT Robertson I AicBt IH Ihn rkePr e J V dent J Ai Boufirc Ou lerc lftChoL 3 V Assistant Cashl JC Lee MA 9 DIRKGTORSGeoD RoberuSwt H r w G Tr L Haydoir J wlDt rlT- i erc Patrons enjoy every pr1lege uu1Jy e Uab1e iid lV well equipped Ban BBptfr depoiitora o write tr rc call in person ft J4jJ4 oa J IlLS e on t be by- tliy the brat ion season bj Jim was the party be set out pletely bed Ighi groI- bebhd t t bItthge6t befuddled as III F J i GBT BEHIND THE BARN ted out Into the water rind t boatjtretfi the farther tt about on the lake nighttPUT thell is muck Joking at the pair The discomfited erat1on trfe4 to turn nt ima riCto Jim by remark ear that you were looking jt In the bushes lost l iill nom shore JY came the retort from til ef I was X didnt gEt my fy tobBoton Herald uT Mik Iprever H XL IngaHg the Tallway presl 1datea a kory of President Scott Lome years ae was at the head of I jUinati Southern road itr Scott assumed the office ed be was soon greatly annoy Sret number of claims pro mat his road by reason of cnttle killed by trains pass i Kentucky Mr Scott aver cemed to him that It was ortL ystemto run a train r Ij eat or west In that iivcilllng a horse or a cow make matters worse It appeared rcry animal killed however is it may have been before the at Invariably figured In the ub equeitly presented as being best blood In Kentucky t day In conversation with one of roadn counsel Scijtt became very qX1kd t re erring to the situa 1 exclaimed 1 dowu hla fist on tTlT4jr of emphasis I have reached the ision that nothing inJKeiitucfcy so jes live stock as cr 5ssing t with pmotlve Harpcis Weekly f B MgIit HI Oivn Hat The late Jfrederick O Prince ex mf yor of Boston always wore a tall hat with a flat brim and a icrfec- t1yL ti lght crown and when thxjy were 1 always hac0to have tbetn nw Ills fau4hy much y to their dlsTrosji could never persuado it jllm to wear tty other khid t Wt Once while In London a i ember of hl family gave way to a ii r with L if 4 pjt his Uowlcdgo the tall Eat he had ts J brought with ljrozn Boston Mr A f Prince was ssed when he j could ROt fir glt hind bpj n lost and str i buy an other higtol baf selng1 hay ruchi ver1lic t P iii oa LtlI the 1 lh1i1 ho hind met a peddler whiEiYtg lave one w belnid bought It of him 011l1jlj Tip Retort Conrtcon in the drawing of seas In the hpuso on the opening day of congress the names of Wadsworth of New York and Ilisey of Virginia came together This J cPlncUlgnce moved an onlooker to speak Is jo1 lasit time they came tpsatber 1 jt was ja fl debate on the agriculi Ifj1tt11tlnproprtntton bill he said t itftmow chairman of tha- I t jpouiniltW Rlsey Nvns denoiincJngryf Dn1mlt tlC vigorously bocanso It had been jjranilslujj for years to do some 1itor Virginia and had not done It e VTadsworti tried to pouv oill tr2JfcJod watirs tt Tytfinh must + remjpb rsn1t1l1e that Rome wasnt liullt In a day I know It wasnt retorted Ulxey I sand If Comclus and Remus hnd been L34Ithl agrliiuiniral committee would JI9 iIi1tIL yriswortli was so enraged at the Mugti tlMit followed that It toalc bhn r ftro days fo calm wnXew York JJaeSh 1tie 1er farms tho dSpnraya of hors e okl style and taJ narrow for p3 cusHy and iBafely to pass It b wticeable that somc rush liroush a doorway riipy probably havc itlfiibs or received a 0t forgotten Better bio loot and show bi otajjf to be hurt 1 Xyou save ri J6 work and a a home JbiKtt be dig g for do1 e but juU t g di pirtaf u- liiuy youi as it uliou the house c uv nirut fur 1be h haY it inio which you are not 10 voir own ij r ttl N tSt R FARMERS CflwSIat VentilationI Not one cow stable in a thousand ia H t oMoifc dairy districts ts Ye 6lafed i4t atiy nroaucr PlprolerlyffI tecdaw dfetftseti that ltubqe a host of Uj r dlse5ASe31 take ilItei cowSixithe2 close foul stables One would think the dairy t farmers would take hold of this matter for the jce of their own property the cow But ntalkrttth them will reveal that peV cfcnt tote nonstock In the Idea hat pure sins necessary to keep n bw heUfhyandnlakfc bet more profitable Now we all need wnnn clean stables with pure air Most every man ihiows that CoW must be kept warm If they are going to give their best profit A- cC lngly1he farmer will shut the cows np at night In a close stable In order to keep hi the heat and by morning s enough to knock a man down when tho stable door Is Queued No better breeding place for tuberculosis could be found tIinnucha stable If there Is one disensod animaL IIonrds Dairyman 7r At Calving 1inic A good feed after calvIng Is made by pouring hot vater over three rounds of oats or bran and letting It set for half an hour before feeding A mild dose tif epsom salts just after calving will Set as a laxative A pall of warm wa ter especially during a cold period will be appreciated Keep the cow warm and away frqin theCool drafts faIr At the beginning of the milk Ing period the cow should be fed light ly gradually Increasing the grain ration until thetfull flow of milk has been obtained It is well to feed liberally but never overfeed Common sense and lots of It must be used Remem ber that whatever adds to the comfort of the dairy cow adds to the yield In Che milk pail Care of the Stool This should take precedence over the other kinds of work says American Agriculturist The animals are now In their winter quarters1 anti wholly de pendent on the oWner or caretaker Their present condition and future use- ulness will largely correspond with ile carefulness and good judgment ex ercised In their favor during the corn ing few months The farmer who spends the necessary time and labor In this work may reasonably expect to re ceive a cdrresponding reward now and later on Comfortable stablQs judl clous feeding flnd kindly treatment are things that will pay right along Erchltlnt h Colt A very good way tjo halter break a colt Is alongside a hdrsdllnys Amen can Agriculturist The rider then acts both us a loader and a driver Some tie the colt to the harness of the work horse or trotter This Is a gDod way asJt not only teaches It tolllead but also Its place Put on the harness very gently and let the colt get used to It Then drive It using two short lines When old enough to endure light work give It lessons with the wagon plow harrow or any other two horse Iinple meat always beside a trained horse to act as teacher Fcodins the Sows If you desire prolific sows you must give a variety of feel and but little corn some weeks before breeding If possible have them on grass The gen eral condition of the sows system at the tlme of breeding has much to do with the size of her litter Healthy vigorous condition with a very small J anJount of heating food and much TI Is a Jlclh1 ntwo otI breeding aids materially In giving numerous farrow i Fec1ln CoUS Oats lead the list ofi feeding stuffs but shorts and brannhd barley pens and some corn may be profitably used where eConomy is important says Amer lean Agriculturist Steamed crushed coats or barley thiekoned with bran will prove very nourishing and appetizing where colts are sintering from teething A limited quantity of cooked roots mixed with ground grain and bran given at night in winter time daily or two or three times a week will show in a morethrif ty general appearance flutelienilia the hex In sticking the jiog care should be taken to Mm tIde knife straight In osvto sever one ojt the jugular sojj If the point Is allowod to project wise It Is apt to penetrate the shoul der and leave a blood clot there which destroys Its vajuq largely One does not need a lon f kIilto for this purpose as there b too Aeeesslty of penetrating Into the vital ofeans Simply sever the- iguarseins WASHINGTON LETTER t5peclal C rspndeace The foreign oinmUteea of the two 4iouse3 of cOlic s will shortly be called upon to WaUp ap appropriation for the purchnseof the gift or gifts for Has ilakonucu the real boss of Abs alum ilas Is sending a batch o tgiftsI Ito this country through Consul Skinner ntJIarsellles Ras wrote to lire consuls ylng he was sending tQ this country two fat adult ebas of the rkma the depart JbCllt of agriculture has been jivantiu 1I for the purpose of oxporimentlng Jn crossing the drdhfury horse with the iebru 1lzts wrote Vi nfl1big seudinr the beasts as Ln token of r good will iowiliil the American people IwoudKUgb it that IhQreluru prosentt be In the form of repeating rfllca of cjalmou of tlie fittest pattern Consul Skiujior ays it Is the custom in beulghtetl fVli iiuin when ajiuan mnrc u preaetit to suggeet vhat be gffwi in retinal Tht r iu stlon of what to send tIns juuJl be referred to the Hmmlttipcs bicjuifiu there is no appro priation if rointwlridi to tInto the money hooded tItiti 1or thu 1iWits Rtw de slrt 9 Tftc bsasts he Is sending iire- w6rlh about J25U mid that syln of money will buy a ritpid liry fluid sun Tl e IiirpfiivJctl Rotundn When the rotunda of thcj cupltol la iiglitcd up on tIm occasion ofu nightl session of both houses of congress per sons who imte bpcome accustomed to the dinginess awl darkness of thatt magnlriceut circular hall will be aston Ishcatlts changed appedrauce through thcS system of illumination that has jut Jen iusUHud Th iS1Plhavs jv nilsuonierto speak otr the present Jllutjilnatlon as a new sys tcmits tlje rotunda has never beer really lighted save through the agency of a lew rnhiterkt1ans Jets wldcfi the oflicinla rrcifrjjfalA to lighton accountt ot Hie lealjilitjonr of thp pipes that cUrle6 it9p aIvngez ent 1ji 4 equpped wlfli Wt nandes thlQ threq 0 I i jffipoyefiskedtt Soul Impoverished soil like impoy erished blood needs a proper fertilizer A cliemJHb jannlyz wllatlfertiliierf products If your blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you whatjS you need to fertilizeifc nnd give it the rich r corpuscles that are lacking in it It may be you need a tonic but more likely you need a conccntiatedl fat food and fat js the element lacking iin your system There is no fat food that is so easily digested and assimi lated a- sScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish and strengthen the hody when milk and cream fail to dp it Scotts Emulsion is hiways the same ahyays palatable and always beneficial where the tody is wasting irom any cause either in children or adults I1Vc will send you sample free Bo sure tjiat this pie tnro in tho form of a lubel ison the wrapper of overy bottle of Emul sinyon buy 8HrTT HOHHE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St Jew York nOe and 100 All 1luggi DUal wnuui rorms tne coinns ucucntu the top of the dome The Illumination of this Interior la unlcjue In that not a ligiit can be seen from within the rotunda Although the interior of the great space Is brilliant ly illuminated the light is soft and pleasing to The eye SAncient Slaiijr day soon former Speaker Kcl 1Some Senator Lodge will foregather hi the cloakroom to discuss the question of slang Both are connoisseurs lu that form of speech Both delight to discover the fact that what often passes for the last work In the lexicon of slang Is older than the Christian era The expression Not in It ac co ling To the reading of the former speaker Is so old that the man who uics as slung ought to be punished for disrespect to old age That ex pression is 2000 years o tlat least saul the former speaker Epictetus uses iIt in talking about the COWl Mji- ka battle He used JOn cjartiy Uu same senll It Is used tOdl1 He slId that the coward I1 there lu the sense that Ills body Is In the fray but that really he is not In itthat is he Is no more in it than the man WhOlmakes a poor run tot an office and who is doing something his heart docs not approve Civil War Carpenter Representative Blackburn B Dove nor of West Virginia believes that a Jbrlllge carpenter who exposed himself to thp lire of the enemy during the civil war was just as brag as the man who wore soldier clothes and accordingly should have a pension it be need one He has introduced a bill placing bridge carpenters antI bridge repairers ou a pensionable status A Venetian Palace Areni Venetian piilacc te one of tlie striking productions In architecture that wilt soon meet the eyoj of l3ltors Washington 3 jtoExS uator and ifis J B Hcudor among the social lenders here are having this prilaceofectM It Is In Ve netian Gothic style unique in Wash lugton and hi iu 0 way Is likely to eclipse In splendor the Washington mansions of the Wnlshos the Loiters the Andersons and others It Is being butlttpiMiic hiigestgrouutl- of Sixteenth street and wllrSommand a view of the whole city Like the Ve netinn palazzos It will have Its si Ion 20 by 40 feet Its boudoirs its Iog ghis and the like Ail immense roof sfirden will be one of the attractive featuren of the mansion While House vi it6m It Juts been customary for many years for the White Ilouie attendants permit all persons who presented to go througli the drawing fto and the picture gnllcry Xo list such visitors was kept but the tires rcjeently expressed a desire to know something of the names and na tionality of these callers so n vlslton book huts been added to the White House belongings and henceforth nil who cek a view of the historic mail slon must Inscribe their autographs In the volume So strong Is Mr noose ours ItttoiCstQthat every tIny the book Is submitted for lila Inspection Mrs Roosevelt and the children arc equally interested and the boys delight In look lug up on a map the different cities and countries from which the tourists han 4lay or two ago it wns discovered that n man from the iil Islands bad registered anti another from the north ernmost point of habitable laud In British Columbia Still another came from the haunts or Jhe Bedouin The pliii Is useful hi mimbWing the callers CARL SCHOriELD l Simple Science Jf you have an opera glass It Is nn Interesting experiment to Hud out the magnifying power of it Tills may very easily bo pone without harming the glass Hold one barrel of the glass In front of one eye and with nothing before the other eye look at some object so that the image Is seen with both eyes with one in Its natural size With the other nisgulflod Y6u esu then judge about liaw matiy Imea larger the object looks thjorgh tho glass than without It and that proves that the glass has thntf Illicit higher power than normal If you wish to be even moro accurate loft at n yardstick In lho rtraiMr ttto1c tot for Instance hi Ibo inlj j lied image llooksaa large as two JPl k t J h Jll UlilJ lmRxe be WOMAN AND FASHION J la Red Taffeta A ladys waist of raspberry red taffeta with stock and chemisettei baby Irish lace and festoons of lace losertlon k herewIth shown I This smart mode is made over a fitted lining the waist and sleeve puffs luck I UAXDSOME WAIST ed tdglve the appearance of box plaits and a novel shaped applied yoke of the silk opens at the neck to reveal the tiny chemisette and high stock collar Size 80 will require tour and a half yards of tweutyono Inch silk fiveeighths of a yard of eighteen luck all over lace and five yards of Insertion for the develop ment Fanliloni For Little Folk Russian blouse suits for small boys and girls are always in vogue and cer ttAlnly In most excellent tnste They are simple and rich in design Some of them have the hand embroidery in a mild form Tastefully put on It Is very effective For chIldrenfrom four to ten the red chinchilla box coats are very popular Fur cloths also are In evidence every where Trimmings for little peoples dresses are the Inevitable embroidery and some times braids on the linens and piques On nainsook dresses there Is much lace and fine tucks i The New WhlM tA The waist worn with the tailored gown may be of delicate lingerie but usually another is provided of chiffon cloth of the exact shade as the gown itself It lias fancy shirring and lines of silken hand embroidery and It must gownIhIf the gown be of cloth For sill and velvet gowns pieces of the material are used embroidered and applied as a bo lero a bertha deep girdle etc Elbow Sleeve Elbow sleeves arc almost inevitable Upon gowns of ceremony and a wo mans glove bill Is a more formidable thing than It has beeJ3fltaiIo-ng suet1eanaturai color are uerrCct street glove In Paris but long gloves of white glace kid or suede are the usual thing for dress Unless the gown Is of a pale tint easily matched In gloves Serifs Petticoat 4 new thing in petticoats Is the anti cle havlng a closely fitting hip yoke of Jersey silk The object of this Is to prevent the formation of any bulkiness over the hips where notwithstanding the vogue of full skirts the shirring and gatherings of fashion most women still strive for thieffeet of slenderness Xoveltjr in Cloak The shawl shaped cloak shown In the illustration is a decided novelty anti Is qultcstrlklng in design Chiffon broad cloth lu pavement gray isthe material with wide bands of black velvet aa 8UA1VI GIUIED CLOAK i trimming The corselet skirt worn with this cloak Is very eUestlve ilavlu straps that orosx In the tout arid back Instead of going straight over the shonldcrs an1 the gulmpe Is of crepe tie chine In a deep cream tone trimmed with orntimeutai buttoiu Narrow oltit of self material l trim the lower edge oj tlu i klrt nut arc also placed sn as to- give the effect of n deep flounce 4 iVu lieM lice Change J i Mrs Robinson was chluklng omc cohis around In a baslm otiVitter What under the canopy of heaven are you doing Inquired her husband She looked a little sheepish and mur mured Washing the fish money He looked at her stupidly Well its this way she said defiantly I cant bear to use the money which the fish man gives me iiychauge It always smells of the finny tribe nail its not Imagination eitLer So I Just take a scrubbing brush anti a little sapollq and clean Jit And to tell tbetrqiliJl often wnQtillm mnnnv I get InhgeI- ii the trolley cars and In the shops Sonic of It is grimynrhnd greasy that I hate to touch it until itiesunder the Scrubbing brush Goodness r ejaculated her husband lonrrfor it goes right out of gpiiiii V TiiiiTThe Enormous Profits OffIiIJJobbers and Retailers Cut 0 IltI Frem factory to you spur method of the National Trading Co They make one dollar the work of two See what a little money will do on a I goods direct from the factory The Wm Rogers silverware the best guarIanThe beautiful Artmflel sterling silver pattern f Tea Spoons set of six 059 SoupSpoons J 132i Table spoons 148 Desert forks 132 Tablef brks ML 1I 148 Desert knives trippte plated 1Al1 j Table knives tripple plated 148 Cold meat fork in fancy box 63 71ButteSugar spoon 271 Gravy or cream iladle in fancy box Three piece childs set silk lined box 86 Rogers three piece carving set 9inch Spanish blade stag handle sterling silver trim med 263 A handsome black nameied clock gold trimmed 12ineheshigh 19in wide sudh as jewelers sell for 9 out price 493 A mans watch Eljgin movement 3981lan2491LadiesAmerican movement such as Ladjcwelers sel1for 512 Our price 493 los 14k 25 year gold chain solid gold slide l3et with pearls and opals 219 Gentlemens heavy I4k2SyeargoMS 1751Aengraved a beauty only 564 Butter dish to match tea set 16s Syrup cup and tray to match tea set f 12w goodsdelivered CompareIcharge Ve have been doing bus ness 19 years and refer you to any morteybacifNational Trading Co Rochester N Y FOLLOW THE FLAG Cheap Colonists Rates to Oregon Washington Montana Britsh Columbia Nevad Uioh Wyoming New Mexico Arizona Colorado and California Points ROUND TRIP Home Seekers Excursion to many points Ve- sDroppostal cjird for particular F W GREENE JDALo- tiisvilleWasbash R Ky Club Cafe Cars LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Vja Pennsyivanii Short Lines Leave Louisyille 820 Darrive Chicago 530 pm4 serving meals a la carte New raodef dicing car ftee libraiyj writing disk smoking room througl parlor car ahd coaches Get tickets and details City Office Fourth and Market The Rural Telephone The country telephone Is the greatest gossip stimulator und patent eaves dropper of tillage A youth may call up his host girl mid flud his conver natron printed in the local paper next week This Is from a Missouri ex change They do say that John Plpei tbnnllentringer off the hone and Is thinking ofIgoWn Just n plain gold ring also say that while talk Is cheap It tvlll soon take cash to buy groceries and that while one or two chairs may cut flee now he will soon rn furnishing n house complete Now Johnnie Jf you are giing to need cards for the affair we would he tickled to death to prJut cnrdSjelUMouumcitN to nsmnrrtc BLsRiarok has came to be about the most bestatued figure In nineteenth century hero worship The inouumciits erected In erinany to the man of lessplarmiuginlow In any COal art quality Up to the present the number unhappily complet etlliISJ204 nnd there are still thirtynine to ho inflicted on an already much Bis marched people The kingdom of Sax coy lends with fiftyfour monuments Conu1qontst of becoming defiance the savages of the south seas In the Bismarck blpelago ESK of Sen Gnll Near the small town of Llegnltz In Silesia lies the village Knits which Is the possessor of a small lake having a nestftnginbreelllnlfsround otltheleBy otl the quantity egs secured Is so con iderable that the owner Is making money quickly The birds do not sepm topbjcct to th lelJ oval of their effT3 bufelay all the faster to make up for athejloss 1 J Dlow nt Sinirloan Anttqaltlc Egypts governor general has promul gayrernmentslon of any archaeological remains mull nutJqultle3dtsovCledlu the Sudani This decree will dealI the deathblow to the Egyptian fakir and his nefari otis traffic In joins papyri and other spurious nnt1q lUesjAdvcrtlilnsr tJn to Date A London minister the lIes GEr nost Thome has hit upon a new way of salj advertising He appeared In a I xuea1araungstrl Ptif hot lcoUu n thi tlr 4 4 mss i IB To Cure a Cold in One Day7wOL Ti Laxative Bromo nineThtlA X i t- svo oWlali nlllIpat Q VCLwv bot 23o ttt t iFill Your COAL HODsei j Now is thej time tos ve money by laying in your winter supply of coal and we can offer your inducements in the it V4 way of prices on large quantities r j vj Our Buy Trade l JlW- tf 5 g Has been tremendous tbis summer am1stiii jfc have plenty of fine vehicles leftl from which you may Irnake ijfc a selection x L I dIi I jc 5 Remember Wej Lead SLt 7 iL1 t llSfdc fhandleigenuine i Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons and the best drills and seeders on the market JI i Page and El wood Field Fencing and Gasoliner En lift 4 gines all x sizesMcClure 8 Wells I i i 44Lowest SpcciI- HomeseekrS i4 Rates11 EVER MADE TO OklahomaS indIairTerftory Texas And the great Southwest Louisville VIAI fttlouisift The Henderson Ronte t IQ connection wilh all other routes Tickets on sale Novembei 21st December 5th and lihh All tickets win bear final limit 21 days in addition to date of sale V Own a Home Where land is cheap and returns from it certain For rate and information in quire of L J IRVIN Gen Passenger Agent j Louisvilre Kf J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Ag- tL4E31WES p I- 1iAssLSomething New and entirely different from the old style Made in regular read ipg glasses and in near sighted aind far ighted glasseVcbrabined Cost no more than the old style andrea nuerior in every way We Guoantee them and will promptly refund money if they sail giveperfect satisfaction Jl you have any eye trouble wrte us meutioning this paperand well tell4iou how to get a pair of ltTori old Glasses that will relieve your trouble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky SourrStomachNoU lou of ct1tness hed dw contIpHoH bM brdi ceneral itl1Ity HurIWnp d catarrI of the stomach ars all au to inOtMMofci Kodol cur s lndge n Thla new dfaoor wy represent lbs natural JUCM 01 dIsa Lion as thtiyulet Ina halthy stomach combined wHh lbs rrtatMt known tois and contnKtivt proputto Kodol Dp p pla Curs iou Mi only ewE indigssdl and ciYHt this famoos wn CUTM all itomach trouble by eteantinfi purifying iw tinint and atrenttheninf lbs mucous roembnaM lining the stomach S S Ball 04 odWVaIJM troubW wHh Her Momct for tvwty Kafet OM ins tod V sow ujta It k tt W f Clflbbiog List for 1908I Wei offer below an attractive clubliin list which incuVdV pearly all the city papers and leading magazines All iiewcaihI K subscribers nd all who pay up and renew wilt be gnsen the NEW DEADER and any ofowfor one year t TIe Pod dally B 5p faTimesI LuIsviJIeHeraJddaUy3 QCU A I CourerJournal weekly 4 io J Louisville Herald weekly iv fU v12a JHome and Farm Vi 125 t nFarmers Home Journal l l1ifiP c Cincinnati CommerciklTdbnn Vil 10ICincinnati Enquirer t QiI Country Gentleman u f ri 2OO v iff1t Breeders Gazettea 2 OJ HiInterstate Poultryman v f4 ij3O j bIO Farmer 15Q Jr1111It Independent y 3f50J The Commoner f ti UUt St LOUi8GlobeDemocrat1 75 fSt NicholasI Nv7v 3rO v iThe Delineator r V i i iL 85 P J i Womai ISMcCluresMIgzineIS IiHIi ifrAmericanJ Special rates given on many plther pnblicationsnotLcntklled- above vr nIJJ thich will be made known OB application V 1 t L DAVISON Jr RNEWSLEADER Springeeld Ky t d u t F rM= The Springitld Moot Markit1 f J I Cox 6 MotanrS t T =r t1 Fresh Mttts ol a1Kll iIfi t c f P 1 r Fish and Oysters t J Jn Seasbnr w iJ toiFreeeiveryi j c e95lIif ii F Maid St = 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