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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r pr r 7 =ii r r U An I J i tI No 25fii L SPRINGFIELD WASfilfl COUNPY KENTUCKY 4tk JA iltIfi900 k I 1 i I zt i l f Ifco i tti hTAcajers j t1 Ye wish to state to our friends i iff throughout the tobacco growing rit sections that we ate not co n- ci ted directly oP indirectlyl with aiay other warehouse or ware r house comtny t We conduct a Strictly Inde pendent Tobacco Warehouse eCommission business Y rC A BRIDGES Co bProprietors Pickett Tobacco Warehouse fcoriisville Ky 406fe I wi OUR DIRECTORY SPJtINGBIEI county seat of jtqJjlint52 ninesouih oh9rni1iIr I i w rr ouisvi11eonBardstor branch li Joiisville and Nashville railroad in a farming and agricultural district J tr Two Banks telegraph and telephones f Jcv lines express office Hourmillsv lumber 7t yards Population 1100 population t cunty 15000 1 Repreyentitive ihi Congress Hoi fL Smith Hodgenville KyJ It j Representative in Kentucky Legis lature H5h WD Claybrooke Represcntative in State Senate jon Hatrir I anCa8tcr Letfnnon Ky r County Directory J CIRCUIT COURT i 9 I CirqultCdUrt begins on the fourth Monday in February May and Octb sr Lg Thurraan Judge v MR LDurhazn CommpnwcaItb4t l ry v tF M Campbell Clerk G I eachman Master Commiss oner c QRIY COURT f d 4theiiS4 j III COUNTY COURT r County Ccart meets oh the fourth Monday in eich mouth v B Lit latsey Judge 4 WF Booker County Clerk T S Mayes Cbmity Attorney George Catlctf Jailfer Sidney Oflictrnc Sheriff C SamAndeoni itHB Powell j HerbertEddleman I Deputies Ed Masters James IT Mporc County Surveyor r P OUBryan Assessor W T Uitckeli Deputy Robert Nde Treasurer V ji fe1 i jSM Montgomery Cororiiirr JV Bush Supt of Common Schools pO SprIngfield tdJuuIP14 f Npeurz J hn Gries MicsUil I W V Grlgsby C ty Attorney i LV JUSTICE COUKT j Jntice Courts arc held in January J1f rt April JulVand October c cC biirchJJDirectory1 METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser t vices on the First and Third Sundays in each month at 11 a m and 730 P m SuyScl1001 very Suuday atlO am Prayer mcting every Wednesday alght II CATHOTvICCHURGH Rev P F llennessavj Bastqr Ser Sunday al 8 andJLO oJclocV y ices every imf ScrCciiSt Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH 4 RVWT Wttlden Pastor Service veryundaT l c t f PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IV reV T P Latimcr Pastor JrjBachlnff every Sanday 11 am miBdat 7pm Sunday school every snhday at 10 am Prayor meeting Thursday evonlnc at7 oobck 4 geerY B APTiST CHURCH f JI WiUiamstastor- t Pfeacfiiifg eyerySnnday at 1 am j and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 ami Prayer meeting evecy Tuesday crt ning at 745 oclock Fraternal Ordetsv = rb i a USDNC LODGttSPtIpg eidJo1g Kb SQ meets iirstaud third MgnSay f iei ach month r Washington A Chapter No 5r- 5It meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council 4o 52 mcetson fetvtourt Mon1aYt i NIGf jmt MACAtmJtS r Meet t v jJff chtin ll L FOLEYS 1IONEYANDTAA Pvsnts IrIs Iuidtt- t tt 4rsm ColdI J r I p a fIIri sberthe narre 1 J1 ud Tar niJi1 S t t 4thc gemilne J t 4 9 13 I N8i LEr nBR = l2 j wSriesVOIXI1J zEAu giBStti t iWj ft i jknAMnojrj1 Jnst I Srn1fH J r You can drive the clouds away V4ttasmi1c tJuSt7ismilc Turn theJjapkness into day Wtli a smile Just a mUe Oh theres nothmg when a man t Feelthe weight of sorrows yoke in this wiole wide world thatcan 4Alldistressand grief revoke Alamile Just ii smile Jw thewayri hf ned u2jThlif1uSust Sweetene iV the bitter upIiBy smil s Thsta srnil 4fi OlQthevorldOTay fr6Wn at you And ybjir spirits try to blight But the skies are ever blue you tlwaysiiavcIasight vv i Just asmile v Merry smile Its a sinfple little thing j iInJ1e1L r ArftBut twilljoy and gladness bringf v wnrasmile f f jMany4nd gtsinging on their way4 And theyjl put away their fears Thinkh g f1heglaa todayL By your smile Gladsome smiS Ho cthe heavy burdens fall By a mile JuctasmilQ tHHopekJ all e By smile i 14 3ist a smite Z Lonely lives are cheered each day jDutiesfHghtenedheart5madeglad Heavens betty fills the way If fo kindly wo dsyouMl add Just a smile Happy smile JE ABrininstool WoBAaco Tile American ifobarQ c5Gp Js running a full1 force ab itsrehan ling house- herethis Reason and in spite of dire predictions about how the Trust would grind the poor growers this year the latter ap TiraTte ttrbBtaitly vell satisfied iwilMt e prlce pa d The buyer of the company iere is paying from 6 to lOcents for crops which is considered a fair price consid ring the quality which is only fipd A good many iL4thitheir tobacco to Lou reports prices realized al any better than those paid at hOme 7 Extra good tobacco brjn ST good figures this year but there is an unusual amount of poor and indifferent stuff raised which is bound to bring the average down The opera tions of the American Tobacco Coj at this place is of almost inestimable value to the town and to the county The effort to create prejudice against the JTtusb coming from certain quarters is till wrong and the business men are aroused to thef iinportdncet of encouraging the continued operations of the American Tobacco Co in- Spring e14 The iimmense amount of paottey ptiidout by that concern directly to thefarmers of Vdshingtoh county is an item to be re ttoned with Let it stop and the effect will b3 disastrous tp ritny ofth3 business interest of Springfield Lebanon has been making strenuous efforts to induce the American Tobacco Co to establish a b iy ng house at that place and have offered material inducements in the way of quarters and other accommo dations It iis understood that although Marion is not a particularly gftod tobacco growing outhej41lLbe tJ reband ling house put in at L bno- nnexyr Springfield business men should be alive to their in terests and lend all the helpand encouragementetp this as well as ail similar enterprises I All foolish prej udice should be cried town If aS the rrrstswr as good to Springfield as thq Tobacco Tr1 fi leeflwe say lets haVe more trjusts f i YIaENOES1FOAjSiOOIC piig foridrkof pros perity In Springfield let to- go nq fdither than tp in ke in qnityabout houses toftor to buy Notwithstanding Ih fact th1bert have beenlbfliit during t1WL past year quite a largeTnum j jr of new buildings itis next to fi6le to find one for rent There isicarcely a vacant d- welljjjjjjji ing house in the town at present to be had Quite a number of farmers from out in the county have signified a desire to move their families into town that they mighb be convenient to the Graded School and on account of other advantages the town might afford but they have been pre vented on account of being un able to rent or buy a suitable dwelling A good investment iis awaiting the man with money wlO will build a few moderator sized houses for rent in the town v AAiottGrTiOojHan Gone ffw He neglected to take Foleya Kid ney Cure at the first signs of kidney trouble hoping it would wear away and he was soon a victim of Brights dclayrbutonce the symptoms willl disappear the kidneys are strengthened and you aresood sound and well A R Bass lOfMcrgantown Indhad to get uj ten or twelve times in the night and bad a severe backache and pains in the kidneys and was cured by Fdleys Kidney Cur S old by the Red Orts Drug Store He Cat His Cousin The case of Earl Stallard of Fdirfield on the charge of cut thetsameplace recently was tried in the County Court yesterday and the former was held to answer on a bond of 300 r while the Jattr was also placed under bond in the sum of 100 The young men are cousins and it developed at the trial that an nfriendly feeling existed be tween them on account of a per sonal controversy some time ago The matter was renewed when thEYm tin Fairfield Saturday December 23 when Earl Slal lard cut Dr Stallard with a knife The wound was not severe although his clothing was badly damaged The for mer claimed on the trial that Dr Sallard was trying to draw a pistol and was attacking him when he cut him This Dr Sdallard denied Standard Always Increases He Statli easonable amonntof food thor fi dand properly assimilated wWBB Increase the strength If your stomach le oil Kodol Dyapepsia Oure wioueat and enable the digestivei to assimilate and transform all foods into tissuebuileing blood Kodol rc lieves sour stomach belching heart burn andall forms of indigestion Palatable and strengthening Sold by all druggists Tremendous Total A Mountain of figures now be lug compiled in the office of the Union Stock Yards Company of Chicago show that trade in live stock for the year 1905 is the greatest in the history of the world A great total of 16 989033 commercial animals of all classes receivin Chicago last year stands against 15923 480 in 1904 an increae of 1065 231 head In every department of the trade substantial gains in numbers of animals are shown and with a single exception the valuation last year estimated atI 294000000 stands tho largest in the history of the ousiness In the year 1902 the highest thltItwenty years swelled the total valuation IfIthat year to 312884386 Other year in the bstory of the business showed a valuation ex cqeding 289000000 With the exception of a slight decrease in tje shipments of sheep every comparison with 1904 shows gain the total valuation exceed iug that of 1904 by al most S30 oobood The year of 19C5 was one of great prosperity with the flock master in every part of America In Chicago record bieaking receipts baye been handled at the foreVerysheepoftfJ 23700000 haye been sold in Chicago the past year lambs selling as high as 8 25 Beef cattle marketing in I90t wns considerably larger that the previous year Top eete 00 the dpett marreichca 7 in April atd December Higt priced corn forced immature i beeves ori the market ii summer and fall month ern shipping demand wa largest on record ande shipments second largests need of reciprocal treaties nstrongly emphasized th the threatening decreas ti foreign trade of the future lnlrbeeves was higher thai iid il mer years The ayerage of beef steers for the yea j 505 against 4 90 fcr ij KentuckvFarm and Bree I Fuur lllllldC 1bis It jagosbcltersj IaoptionI babies there Sister Julia writes I canpot ay too much in praise of Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds crop and whooping cough Contains no opIates and is safe and Sure Ask for Foleya Honey aud Tar and insist upon having it as it is a safe remedy and certain in results Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Pension Fcr Confederates The drafVcf an emergency act to providea pension of 175 per annum for Confederate yeteraos and allow them to live with their wives or relatives has been sent to the General Assembly by the Confederate veterans of Ken Lucky It is sated that till passage of the act would have the effect of relieving the congestion at the Confederate Home which is already overcrowded For the purpose of dete mining wbo shall be entitled to the benefits of this act a committee has been apponted consisting ot the treasurer ojthe Confederate Home the commander the phy sician of the home and the sec retary of the Board of Tennessee The States haye of Mis DirectCrsl homes and also pension a nuiu ber of their Confederate veterans on a plan similar proposed in the amendment to the laws goy erning the Confederate Hom in tills State Post Sf Perfection Attained Perfection can only be attained ir the physical by allowing nature to appropriate and not disipate her own resources Catartics gripe weaken dissipate while DeWitts Lhtlc Early Risere simply expel all putrid matcer and bile thus allowing the liyer to assume normal activity good for the complexion W W How ell Houston Tex says For years I have used LittleKarly Riser Pills in my family No better pill can be for constipation Sold by all Affirmed A most impoatant case was affirmed in the United StatesSu preme Court yesterday the Keatucky Court of Appeals be ing tpheld in the case against George Bohon administrator of Edward CookACookwns a brakeman for the road and was killed in the Burgin yards sever al months ago while coupling cars which the plaintiff claims was due to the negligerce of the engineer Suit was brought in the Merc r Circuit Court by his administrator and three verdicts returned upon three trias of the case in that tribunal The two first verdicts were reversed by the Court of Appeals tub the third for 5000 was upheld Tnecase was then taken k the raitrfadAfterthe case was decided yesterday The Kentucky Court of Appeals awarded the plaintiffs 500 additional damages and with lh accumulatedinter st the sumTwIII amount to between seven and eight thousand dollars Hon Robert Harding of Danville and E W Hardin of Harrods burg represented the plain f and Attorneys E H Gaither J W Vanarsdall and John Galvin the railroad Tle oral argu went for the plaintiff was made in the Supreme COurt oy Hon John W Yerkes Danville Ad vacate Notice i1 y j All persons haying claiojs f against the estate of Arch laste deceaseds will preseut the same to me properly prcven or ttoimy lttorney W F Grigsbya histt jfflce in fepriogfield Ky on rf before Fet 1 1006siJSVj 6 t 16 1905 S P DERRIM Admr of the eafete of Arcl t rtoI IiI f Scrubs vi lie A happy New Year to the ed itor con esppndents and readers to the dearofd NewsLeader Kisses Mabel Keeling Leftie tBishop and brother have returnS Ied frqnof a plertsajfeyisit Clara Shephard ofBullett county Mr Joe Goatley of Illinois i visiting relatives here r Mr and Mrs Reynolds enter w iried a number of friends 1iunch t New Years day Mrs Braaley of Willisburg is Visiting at Mr 11qlcr ns lorn td thowtfeofEndchFos- ter a girl I Miss Mabel Keeling entertain ed a number of her friends New Years evening in a most charm ing manner All report a nice time Mr Erastus Purlcms was in our town jSunJiy Mr Trldmas Mattingly andl family ofl Moor syil1e visted II relatIves Pre Saturday and- Sunday The Tel phonos ars i1 operation ani i bu can only take doTwtr the receiver to know if any of your friends are talking abu you Well I hope we will not forget tosaygood things instead otbad ones IJendren Colvin have sold their tobacco crop to Mr Moss of 3cirgfleld Mr and Mrs H T Scruggs visited fealtive at Lebanon last week Mr and Mrs KeeMng and Charming daughter Miss Mabel Mrs Hendren nd daughter Mrs Bran y and children Mrs R6y nolds ana Master Marshal pnbtheday with Mrs Colt in Tuesday 1 Mr John Sutton was in Springfield Monday Mr Frank Branley of WiHs burg VaS in our vicinity Mon Y1eJcnilg S KIrs TBaker and charming daughters of HillsbOro visited Mrs T anary Tuesday Mr Fred Cheathrm wife and little daughter Eva spout the day at L H Hardins Sunday A certain WIc OWrr looks very llonely as h9 drives down the pike but he says she will come back We hope so Miss Olaytie Scott visited in Louisville last week Theret vas a grqat many Christmas presents shnt down fWiIlisbUrgjlot rl brighUThi We ai e glad to repQttJ Miss Flossie Hardin out again i2i a severe illness of tonsilitis Miss jLettie Bishop visited Miss Sallie Hendren recently Messrs Jinkehs and Seay were in our midst Monday looking at tobacco crops Mr Ojjlie Keeling of Chicago liiiisi visiting relatives here He says the Kentucky boys are fine and dandy SNOW BALL four Simple Rules FollowThem and Health Happi ness and Prosperity Will be Yours l If one would be healthy happy and prosperous follow these four simpe rules 1 Kep Vie bowels every day 2 Chew your food slowly and thoroughly J 3 Avoid indigestible foods it 1C there are any symptoms of stomach troubles take Mi ona before each meal until cured No mattert how many years youE may have suffered with stomach t troubles or how worried bytt sleeplessness nervousness loss of appetite furred tongue g specks before the eyes head aches backaches weakness and debility indigestion or other ills that are paused bya weak stomach you can be cured by the I faithful use of MionasMi ona iis not a fanciful expert ment it isnot medic btist tific remedy recommended out for one trouble weakness of the digestive organs ltisi a permanent cure and Js sod by Tjie Cr g Sjore unc iit l tjjat I b costs nothing- iiili t d that is claimed Qr jJ Killed at Dlzaletfetiwi At the preliminary trial ofliT R Neighbors wbo ownes a saloon in EJizabethtown Ky charged with shooting and kiJn ing Bill Taylor Hobb and wound ing Thomas Chenault on Satur day before Christmas the evn Itdence showed that Hobbs andi Chenaulb came to Neighbors makingsa great deal of nbise when beaked e them to keep quiet This gave offense to them and Hobs started towards Neigh bors with an ugly looking dirk knife Neighbors then drew his pistol and Sred it over Hobbs head thinking thtil4would deter hun from futher advanc iug but Hobbs kept coming towards him and seeing that his life was in peril he fired Hobbs fell to the floor witha bullet wound near his heart He died almost insbintjyv Chenault lib out that batIlat Neighbors who turned at Ohenault ana wounded him in the arm Chenault was ttakfn to an infirmary in Loafsyille to have the ball extractetl ane to be otherwise treated for his wound held in a bond of i000in the HoBBsasa and 300 for wounding ihenault to answer the action of the grand jury Hobbs was a citizen of the Vine Crove section of Hardin county as is also Chenault Hobbs IK ares a wife and Gievjeii children while Clunault is tin married LaRue County Heraicf Commissioners Sale1 The Farmers Bank ofChap lin oct at Puffs EquityflcnsonBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1005 in the above style cause I shall ourtIHouse door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY JANUARY 22 1906 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being highestbidder ibgdescribedA certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Washington cfoun qthebyChaplincontainingusAmortIitto be raised Homestead 100000 D bls81971Interest and cost 12000 Total to be raised 1939 71 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved securityor secureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from dateJ of sal until paid and having theI force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms MG LK AC HMAN M C WCC r 4V0WOQdardS S lert 0u anothcr1pftgeof tills paper you Will see announcement TT Woodards of bis an alj winter sale Mr JiVoodard does not needan introduction to the horsemen joftbe United States as hehas conducted these saesJ for years pit He knows just how to ireat sellers and buyers and if yuhavea roadster Kentucky or New York saddler matinee or business horse show horsp pair of horses trotter l thoroughbread or Shetland pony 14JU3tfqr ths sale and youare sure to get thaloji market price for them The dates of this sale haye been charged to the 5 6 7 8 9 10 of Ftbruary by the requestofa consignors and it will be held atfnijjhii while the sale of thc Kentucky Sale Co will be theme dates but during the dayIJ1 and iri1hat way each sale will help the other The stable will be thoroughly heated and lighted by electricity and made as bright as day Re d his adyer tisement ani send ih your entries jat oncejgo you can get a plaoe in the catalog T t i NOTk All persons h viag clIiagainst the estate of David Lt Payne deceased will pre eDt Hnfe properlr proyen before t at my otpce la Springtkt on or- efOre Jan 15th 1906 for wttle metit M 6 Leach sun MC W Q d One Minute Cough MK cuU tam atom eiany harmHldpif ad ii c3Iri 1M o1Iw atltavJthL IIeU W IId attd true frtsndiOthe many irbff Uxe Sola by all drug tsts i j rTNv I 1 iS- ia l1 fi iN L HL IfijF tkt3 t t McCHORD FOR GOVEKOR A I writerin the LaRue County Her aid has the following about CCA McChord of this place Jt Iiar some timeoff and there may b e ts field full of candidates for U e rfrGoernorclosed But to date there are but three personsfpoien of lotI- tthe place Hon C C MtOhord Hon 8 W Hager and Hon J B Thompson Should the IhJidtheaaiIr e was are honestly of ths bpmf l i i first named will be the cbosen standaid bearer but whether he shall be are not thdre is no sort of doubt that he possesses every Duality requisite tp make a Governor of whom the State would have every reasen td be proud As railroad Commiss ioner he has fully demonstrated his ability his fairness andI best of all his fearlessness lai the discharge of sworn dUtyc He belongs to no clique isr too big a roan 10 deal iin peanut pot itics and would scorn to stoop to the little tricks and devices olI any macbinet bal ot gng Big brained and big hfefttled he is morally clean ard justsuclra man as would inspire respect fur the high position of Goer ndr aud creatE an atmosphere about him that he would ndtfai to elevate the moral tone of pol itics bhroughoub te State Car the friends of the other geritle men named say as much for them If so then should either be chosen for the honor no mistake would be made If not them can there be no question as to What the cou7entipn should do when the time shall cOme ROBERTSON Mr George D Robertson who has the deiiicv tion of being Springfields oldest h merchant is once morejcin activi q harness having recently bougbtr back the interefbin tbe store from his son J B Robertson About three years ago Mr ROD ertson sold his business to Roba ertson Searcy and retired from active business At that time he was towns oldest business fl man both inij ofntpf service and ff in years After tilted years of retirement Mr Robertson bought ihe business back from hissope J Burk Robertson whosaJiealtU makes it imperative that he give ji up the business Mr Robertson t with his son George will qontlt tinue the business as before 1Ii Two PERPO RMANCES =T Ore illbe two installmentsot tISpringtied Lecture con which beg nlast fall tolj given next week at the 0 t 1 House The first will beth j ajeafanceo the Otterbafq malt Qaarewbich is own to po pear OD MlY eyenmgJanui ary 15th Th0P1e come m highly recommepdecIth5hTp- erformance will doubtless treat to the lovers of good music o On Wednesday the frth Mrh Chas Taggart will deliver ab c1fputatlonand lecturer of a high order and of ho should draw a good houseg ieNEWofficialS consisting of a mayor tnd six councilmen have qualified nl and will old the first regular R meetirig on next Saturday night when the council will orgariizex other city officers and My Hair iis IeTh Extrac Lon He n Peed your hair noish fl rlive it something to 00- Th ottin it will stop 411 iWiH grow l nllnd lpAyers Hair Vigor i iittfio onlyii iIDiMY i iIDi 4 clean td heikyTe1 fteW 1dM J 3m for ir pue the A ItrJ LAIILLAI lJer was t r trinsacb othertsiness rolafiv to the city government Th offices to le filled the Ba of CounQiimen sii ttorn Marla1CitytJ1 iCo4Ie- tor and Treasurcr he re a TIT j everai candidafe fcfe sape offices iatid there sy i Ispme contests arise dSfc ji distribution Ektk Mr KcCoify Mr F KOqnleydtLtb t uay jfiJhk ife a long illress at iubeu1i and Bcigbts disease Mr Cot 4- ley was 61 Sears Cf ege ar had beep connected wHh l salocca busfnessr n this Jp2J forr many years iaj jf vas idc known and highly stCein Be was an upright energl bus mtssraan and lil death wi be greasy regretted fl survived by his wife and s chidred Thefqcera UCIh at St Josejihs lurch morning intermt tiviplbwiti fthe Catholiccenicty town Standard r CASTORIFo 1hIflnOR1Iq =i49T i Gritilwlcjii relics A RepreserutativeRbu r w Miller was defeated fJrpilr- f the Legislature at Mody DemoCra tic House clucni i Hon Henry LaTtrg e of fri cpunty the v6bj bong 39 to Si or about that While the oi his defeat was not otas the fsjc was iei is supporters dertgd eason assigned ft r hi was his alleged op GoJel BryafjiiKl JV oily nd his antagonism afrti e ministration Tbtaifcll a- more fa cicdtba ral m e was backed by ihvweets ofCov flezhaun h rionds of the hiLer UR d 9 p- Mr MilIes rii1 MrMiPer tLo ftirU the polish the expn intpgrity td haVe marde him best Speaker In l entuc s M bar none But it vaA o be and our whole 5tiBeJii loser The one fly iji the merit or thorn in the jtoj b tJEit7Mwrthn it of brbp1- re wibhout ee pei eelpgsip impel frfebn VTr Alf ersoa assumed t f leader pfthe oppc tiol ld frj nd and foraier a Suchprniciuisat reent jjpiirioni 1 uqh ft- st t Ki jitiidehIin i tripping up ne he rngite po m ave been givan simpi ae agiif citl ffi heek ljof Jair Lhicol ui- tsitbodownhr1eyal Madisbti with uttoJttera ust D BBOorata of Mjth t this one patureof t st hi biriea forever ti w- ameuin the Ch01d CZia bIdk1 MrWtMRli robfcege- sdsyigg 4 cr s KIng CCS turndai jijfollcwiuig b footpad 4id as th btuVuoentbes in bi4Iib mgcsiuull MrtyI1OCkit ea rifled ol TfIZuuijr to thobcrtteof Aj rhune lit ar by wja police by ieie Wi 1tIi aueuf Iry i rnd1r 114 scat lor UndSI iii SLEADEB FUBLUOSBtt BTBBY ThUw4X 1 A YEAR ttIt ADVANCE WNHOWELD KY r IOAyj NJri lL iMI leCIt1s Hi O t M e AUatM political matter rprli Job work ls at owrftte5 but cash b aU o deltvrry a geds Ar extracts ade oJ1l1bera11 ih ulci TtwlBtloniBof 1 IftMxft 4 tusly Mi1fikMSSo Hf 2O 3iktra4OSWi 1 11MiY1 JAN 11 1906l Tfce Kentucky Legislature having MttletHelJi S Sena V tors contest has begun to con slder bills Tuesday wap the jit first billvday and 143 proposed t law were introduced in the rJ5aP The blUsArax lmos fi JT ietyh1erth sun and i piiqpLHi3 to regulate everything p T ilrod rates to the eaves NtrnpyH on a telephone line James Best was given a life Sentence at Lawrenceburg forte murder of old man York Therxaged brother of tha mur 4ere3man is on trial for being Iidp1in the murder i WiIlIsburj We are sorry to report Drv W L Wells yery sick attbio t writi HIT has been confined to his room for a weeks sEci wr 1Gpe hP ceoversoon ii 11yrte Sutherland con tinttes sick with pneumonia OMr lichard Perkins is suffer I v 11i g with iheumaMsm Maxwe Joies is improving fast andWf hope to see hm on the stref tfl again soon Dr ndMrsWWtTyatte- rteinea Mr J L Searcy and family of Springfield Mr T J Milkr and family H B Green v 1IoOi and wife last Sunday 1 JO Johnnie Graves and Miss Walvlnia Wy off of Mackville Ht called to see Dr W L Wells V 8Misrday spentJaI Mta Blanche Shirey won the IwWK of her class in school lasi terBBr we are pleased to learn progressring so nicely id all lines of her cbool work and may she dim r the ladder of fame step by step 1and statidambnp the first in that Srank popularSpWyoung man of Milton Ky has accepted a position in tbe telephone exchange Weweccme 1LMrt Jackson and may Le givei i satisfaction and be well satisfied l with our lit te ullage ct M Charley Mclfov has re jfntd home after a two weeks ay in Nelson county vrn to th3 wife of S eeL alDpopularr5yaunman of th flillsboro JMHshborhood visited here last r fialHrday and Sunday spent8fldI3frB H Mcllvoy of Sweet Re I ttr twas intwn Sunday Litile Fraccw Mcllvoy the 8 yearold daughter of Mr John McllVQ las entr d school at 8 Catharines We fre pleased lotearh that Mr Kcllvoy has Uteri this advantage of such a1 good soLooI I for bislittlcgu Mr Eail sisterMiasJUit ackvilp spent ay itli Mrs MaY UC3 MrD C Shewrmker and family and Mr John Turner antlusi Friday with Rob rl harley arid family Mr Merritt Burton und Mis INDIGESTIONS RECORD J can prescribe for your Ia a Btia Greens AuguU Flower J bIGlier phyildans ivho pre Making an awful record a ia beating deaths It its ghastly harvest StWQU apers daily ofappar it1y yen robust men being Lucid with acute indigestion 4 fter arty meal and of their dyi is before a physician co q wararng to you who or periodical attack 45tibele unfortunate vic gesrtoo had taken a 1Ie4 Aogurt Flower l e jifilt they would not ochsudden seizares indigestion by tJti1oregulatel the blood sad toss Up in a natwalsy i I vorA Trent of you town were In our midst lmsi Saturday Dr Mack Suflie anof Rose Hill visitei j Tr Sutherland lastwqeki wi r The d Sot llife beautiful ountry home of Mr John Perkins were thrown open to the young people of the vicinity on hft Wedneday Light and ere mtenaiiedi in a royal manner antil the wee small hours of the jigtt were bidding the host and hostess goodnight and thinking them lor their kindness returned home ai J T Suthorlandi the popular blacksmith iof5ycamori Valley paid our town a visiti one day last week it yearIoldScruggs v Will oimi bought a nice milk cow from Dee Hiatt for 45 Mr Robt Riley moved to his farm recently purchased of Mr H Steele in toe White Hall vi cinity We learn thai we aretogiyeup our popular lhustler Walter BrawleYslJonMrBrawley and family have made gopcl citi zens and we recommend them to any other good neighborhood We are sorry to hear that Mr Isaiah Prather is very il again c B w to AYtJ1tI PflCll1llOE1 We have verheard of a single in stanceof a cold resulting in Pneu monia or other rung trouble when Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken It not only stops the cough Out heal uudtrenghens the longs Askfor Foleys Honey and Tar and jef nse any substitute offsred Dr C Jj Bishop of Agnew Mich wrftes 1 hWe used Foleyfs Honey end Tar In three vjery severe cases of pneUi mooja with good results in every case Sold by the ReJ Cross Drug Store Texas Mfss M YJd mery anl sisterroT Bowling Green are visiting friend in this commun ity IMisses EllatIh Shaunty and Effie Kimberlin visited the lat ters sister Mrs Nat Campbell Saturday and Sunday Dr R B RoBards has returned from North Carolina where he has been for the- pastfewmouths Mr John Huhgate and Miss Nancy Sweazy visited the hattersS sistervMtsJ D reI cently Golden the little daughter o Mr and Mrs Jocob Peterson iis tbe gueitof Mr and Mrs J D Peterson Dr 1 A Crosby who has bjtnin Lie iLeoanon Hospital for several days of fever is improving Miss Lena Gibbs has returned from a pleasunt visit to relatives at Mcorsville Mr A L Iiitsev was in our midst Saturday Mrs John iDcBce was here Saturday Mr Cal Settle who has been iu Illinois for sometime iis back among old friends Miss Lathe Bailey is visiting relatives in Winchester Ky MCINTIRE The hog trade istlje topio of the day R A Wheattey sold to T Carrico one sow 10I to Tom Wheatley one sow 13 and bought of TiCarrico one sow 11 T Carrico sold to Chits Mc Clain of Forest View one sow H to Emannel Medley one sow ana pigs 15 and a bunch of shoats weighing about 80 lbs for 455 per head Johnnie Nedley and soFoldto Frank ymshoatat 5c per pound Blandfurdbougbt s s9- Watt Wheatley sold half in trest in the Jim Rriey farm to Tom Sims1 t Cletiis and Frank Blandford bought of Lum Montgomery of St Marys one twdyearold payrdyearold horse for 100 Richard Blandford and Burt Smith bought of Mrs Ture a Blandford 55 acres of land Price unknown Watt Wheatley bought of Tom Sims one twoyear od filly for 73 Jobnie Medley sold t Mont gooiery Co one ateer at 4c and one heifer at 2fc Frank Nalley bought oJ Mrs Frank Carrico of Forest View one mare 135 Mr Robert Viz who Has been visiting hs ill Jther has returned toh s home in St Louis Alex Blandford of Louisville has been visiting his mother MissesLossie and Mary R Fields entertained several of their friends Sunday evening in a most charming manner Misses Haitie and PrudFe Blandford entertained several of tneir many friends last Thurs iayrr Mr Thomas Bland ford is very ill t YANTIOCH As you hayo not heard from our little village Jfoissqme time fwe will present tqe inb5t lmpor1 tant items for the benefit of our readers 4 a gastorlforMrxGeor je Armstrong and wiffc and little daughter Mr JamesKeeling and wife spent a few days in Louisville last week As to tbe success of their trip we are not able to report Mr Rosco Brown and wife visited his brother at Sharps ville Saturday night and Sunday Isaiah Hill and family have moved from this place to John sonville Eddie Kays leftthis place Sat urday morning for Oklahoma Bob Barr happened tda serous accident Christmas night He and some other playing with roman bdyswereI outISprings was the gust of Anderson last week Miss Mary A Foster of Lou isville is visiting rhr grand mother atthis pace Mr Harvey Hosrkins and Miss Ethel Gregory of Leathers Store attended church at Fairview Sunday John Anderson shipped four hogsheads of tbbacco Monday and will go to the city tomorrow I Wetle sorry to see winter coming as we have bad so much beauiful weather l ISiilsboro WIT LeiCchm n of Fairfield was in our midst lust week on business Mrs Annie Godby is visiting her grandmother Mrs E J Wilsorl at ritey John Leachman and wife have returned from a visit to the latters parents at FajrGeld Thos Noel and wife of Brook yille yisited the family of B H Mcllvoy at Sweet Retreat Satur day and Sundays Dr Reed ThOmpson of Mack flue was in our vicinity Thurs day looking after the interest of our sick folks Dr Thompson is quite a young man but he is making qnite a succesf ful record as a physician The question asked bv the Willisburg torrespondent What kin is your uncles brother to you and not be year uncle has been going the rounds out this way for several weeks and every one who happens to be in our vicinity long erough to draw two breaths would inevitably be approached by our iquestion box with tl1eabJve question Now here is the answer If your uncles brother was not your uncle he would certainly be your Jather We think such silly questions should be let go as4 a thing Of ttie past L f Dean whpse wife died sh rt while ago as broken up house keeping at u will in a few days leave for Indiana accompa Med by his sou George tto make their future home Bis little son Creath will go to Cornishvile to live with his uncle Mr Dean and his family are fine people and we regret to loose them S H prook well known far mer of this vicinity informed us the other day that Santa IClaus did not reach his home during Xmas but arrived New Years morning with a present in the form of a beautiful girl baby to add its share of happiness to the family circle Mother and babe are getting along fine and Mr Croak is wearing abigger smile than Judse Pay ntefr Z P Leachman and son W p1will leave in a few days for Iowa where they go to arraign a home for the future Tne rest of the family will not go until spring Fl Mr J D U1jQ5 Fe turned frojweeks visit to her pt Hon V C Cam Pfotf at Wardsville She was Taccompanied tome by tier ucch Dr J L Caramack who has arranged to locate here in the near future Miss Mariah Se ties boueht a buggy and harness from F M Shewmaker last week for BO Tbe Republicans here are having their share of fun over the election of Judge Paynier and while tthe Democrats are wearing long faces nnd saying the machine did it Had the Senator been elected by tw- people Uncle Joe would have won by an overwhelming majority but he was against the ma hinaVaridit erved him just like itT oesre Republican when one appars against it for office The slogan of everytrue Ken tncklan should be down with machine rule it eec i ns and let the will or the Dcpple rule The Wilhsbursr correspondent gave that place a nice litte write up lat week and m it she paid quite a compliment to the school in saying tthat it wi s the best taugbt there iu 10 years It will be remembered tha the teacher came from Hillsboro acd al it ahvays pr duce the best the school could not haye been anything else but a succesS rWe would like to see each cor respondent appear m News Leader and hold up that extra sheet The only way for it to be done is for uj to write each weelcandfiUte paper with county news This is what we are for Every reader enjoys reading the Jletters no v cant we all catch time enough each week and write oiirletler so our couLty paper ovill reach us- Fhursdaymorning brimmingfull otne sTberei iis tbe flourish lng town of Ferftvick thafcousrht to be among the CNOIS The winter has not been cold enough to drive anyone in his den und tbiu why dont Bro DeRflof K UaU U H ffu 11 If A Louisville Daily Paper and The News 3 jrr IALeaderfo- j L d f J 2200 f I r I iiL It ji Fcr a limited time we are able to offer the reading public the very best opportunity secure a wide whitepapergetthe advantage OfthlS offer 1 ti t t tit I The SuDscription Price of the Louisville Di1y Herald isi 3003 rTile SSubscription Price of the NeisLeader is tI 00 i r I We wifUend you both Papers for tffhe Year forI 200 JrJThe Louisvillejerald gives as good a market report as any paper published ip 1Louisville arid is J handling greata1 of newsthat cannot be found in any other pap r This offer is only n1ad efora tlimited time andmtljRDe withdrawn ai week by the Herald so take advant929at one Se fc Subscriptions f J1Cl8Utf f J 1 1Jfli 1 NNEWSLEADER Springfield Ky i rIIt J xx J 14 t U f North Bend fame come and join this merry b nd of wriev LI 0 POLIN Ii I Mr T J Trent and family have moved bach to Pt Jin- Mbs Settle Cummins whQ has been spending the holidays at her home in L69uisvHle returned to Polin Monday Mr Steve Scott has returned home from Louisville It seems as if some one is mssing around Poliir MI Rufus Goo lett a popular young man of Liwrertaeburg is visiting his father Mr SY b Y Goodlett of this place Mcving is Cl tteco around Polin tOW Mr indMr John Crow Mr atc Mrs H T Scott visited at iheliome of Mrfr Hardesty Sunday Mrs Mary Crow 1111 charming cousin Miss Botlie Crmmins were in WOlisburgTuesd Mr Will Russell a popular young man of STringffeld was in Polin Sunday afternoon call ing v Mr Walter Wilkinson eiter tdinfd theyoung peoj Saturday nght with a social Miss Battle Cummiiis was the Guqst of Mrs Ella Taylor Mbn day night and Tuesday Mr Charlie Trent of Mis place will enter school at St Marys college this week Mr T J Trent and little SOP Charlie were in Bpringtield Saturdayi The Orniul Old Man The Rev Etlward otMnnchcstfwllhhnlngtbeGrnndvllIiiastone During the Irish agitation it bccfline necessary that detective shouhl follow iff OladstoDo for thQ purposft of prototlioii anti as tile Ub oral lender lived Jn IlauanUn In Flintshire that county then governed by quarter sessions was nkcd to pay the bill The ningistrRtPS nearly all Tories in those days objected where 111111ISte1nation meeting He asked a Inwyer who was present to state whether It the life of a common tramp wns In peril It wan not the duty ot the county tb protect him The lawyer said that undoubtedly it was Then shouted Mr Jones qif It is the duty of tlii3 county to protect the beggar nt our doors are we going to allow the TIre dons life of that grand old innn at Hrt warden to go unprotected That meeting settled the quarter sessions ob jections mid the title stuck Plnnnceo of KnlRl ll ood Sordid questions of tlnance enter Into the consideration of the eligibility of those upoiiwhuiii the British sovor elgu would confer the distinction of knighthood anti tthere are many who might use the coveted nrcljx Siii did they possess a larger incomo It Id roughly sneaking a rule thot knight hpod shall not be conferred upon any one who has not an Income of at least 15000 upoii which to malnhiin hid knlghtiy dignity while a baronet be fore hIs creation must not only be found to have on income of at least 50000 a year but must further iie able to purcbaseji country seat and be able to suitably provide for his eldest son While knighthood or ennoble mentis mark distinguished merit lit is held that its conference would only ombarrasV those wfio could not afford to keep the dignity of their station SDrOxford one day slipped and fell in the street and lay where he had tumbled Two undergraduates ran hotfoot to uSI slst him but those who watched saw conIlegs in the nir Another man camp clang and then the groat one got up This was theexplanation When tho undergraduates were about tp set him on his legs uewaa at first willing but lo a master of im app earea In night Dignity must bo preseivoJ Stay young men ho said I will be assist ed to aiy fact by a master of artst And Ire was n QU ARTE R LY O L CONDITION OF PEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK SPRlNGJTIEul K1V close of busi est Dec imber 01905 tRESOtRCES roans anti Discounts S233C07 04 Overdrafts secured 556226- Oyprdrafta unsecured 000 Due from National banks 642019 Due from State banks t bankers 11732527 Duo from Truat Companies 000 2274546 Banking 110116 8110 tbt 5000 0 J Other Heal Estate 000 IortgttJc8 + 1600000 US Bonds 000 Othor Stocks and bpnd 000 Specie J 651023 Onrrenny 4 71000013C10 23 Exchange for Clear figs 000 Other Items carrie as caai 000 furniture and Fixturen0Fu- nd to pay Taxe Ourront Expenses mat V quarter 000 0Total 1W95924 991 LIABILITIES J Capital Stock pak in in Vcash 5QflrtO 00 Surpuls Fuiid 100000 Undivided Proilta 241133 Due Depositors as follows I Depqflita subject to qheck on which Ihtertstis not paid 20454993 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 0 Demand ccrtificafpa of do posit Colt which iinterest is Hot paid 0 Time certiflcatos of deposit pn which interest is paid1996a6S 224 51361 Saving deprsitfl on which is paid 00 Certified checlcs 00 Due National ba ikft nn IIDue t o Due Trust Companies 00 Cashiers Checks cjutstand 00iilflk Bills roUIscPUiitit 00 Unpaid dividends 0 ta Taxes due and unpnki 00 Capital J atook not aid nn t 991STJPPI41 Highest amount of indebtedness rf any slot kholtler j rson company orI Ilrm including irehe liability of the thetindivIdualt or indirectly if uch indfcbtedneas exceeds 20 percent of vapital stock actually paid rn ind actual amount ot surplus of the bank 000 flow is indebfednesj staled in above item secured 00 i Highest amount of indebtetineje sot any director or Officer if amount of such iindebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of the bank coo How is same sEcu edOOO Does amount of indebtedness of any- peraoncOlnparIy or firm including In tho liability of tjic company or firm the liability of the individual mem hers thereof exceed 30 per cent of j paidup capital and actual surplus NoI Kift kiate amount pE such indebted l h ei0Gtiiiourit lat dividend 52000 Vere all eipetisfs rsses Interest and taxes dednried t Here from before aeclariii aivUUrtJ aud iaa not lesa tnan 10 rfer cent of net profits of the theIb5fore saiddli tend was declared Yes State of Kentucky j is County Washington J A Bouhvaare Oashier of Peoples Deposit Bank 1a Dank located and fdoiraf bulne at Mats street in lift f town of Springfield rh ald county iMjiutf duly sort says tthe foregoing report In all respects truentate mcntor the condition of said Bank at the dole of business on the 30th day uf December 1905 to ttibet of hlA knowledge and belief and furfhei ays that the buniness hasbeen Iran batted at the location named and riot elsewhere and that theabtve report in made in compliance with an olUelal notice received from the Secretary of Smt dedipimUlitf the 30th day of Dgnler 190j as the thy on which felrch report shall be made I J A BiJULWAUB fushler Subscribed and sivorn to before ine by A BoulvrareCMiier theUrd day of January 1005 A 0 McELHQY NjP ffWashingtrni County Ky Commission expires January 9 1903 rf GEO D ROHERTSpN IqRAHUlI DIrectorsI L L Carlyle Corrected At a Royal academy dinner In Lou dou on one occasion several artists were expressing their enthusiasm about Titian Carlyle and Thackeray wore among the guests Ins glorious coloring Is a fact about Titian said one man striking the table to give emphasll to the remark And his glorious drawing is another fact about Titian cried another artist And so they went on until Carlyle who had been listening in silence to their rhapsodies Interrupted them by saying with a slow deliberation which had its own impressive emphasis And here I sit a man made in the image of God who knows nothing about Titian and cares nothing about Titian and thats another fact about Titian Thackeray was sipping claret at the moment He paused and bowed cour teously to Carlyle Pardon me be said that appears to me to be not a fact about Titian but a fact and a lamentable Oil about Carlyle The First Iron SI Ipr An Tlrou boat was built In 1777 on the river Fosse In Yorkshire It was fifteen feet long and was made of sheet iron In 1815 Thomas Jevons launched a small iron bout on the Mersey It was built by Joshua Horton near Bir mlngbalu rind tilted up at Liverpool Slid was the first iron boat that flout ed on salt water The first Iron steam vessel was built by the Horsley com puny for the river Seine and called Aafou Munby after its projector He took out a patent in France for iron teamBhip9 in 1820 and formed a sod ety for the construction of such vessels She was put together in London and took n cargo of linseed and Iron castings to Havre and Paris If how over a Dutch tradition Is to be credit ed the first iron vessel that ever float ed was the famous Flying DutCJHgSS herself She was 1aIf135T and her fate was RUrtposed to be a Judg ment on thjeJrgiTfiety of those who vi- ajeiJiieorder of nature by making iron tloat London Graphic The Heat Way to Rise In the World Young men are always being advised to rise In the world Willed aiiay or may not be gooilad vice It depeuda upon the young man rises 11IIOW he rises upon he rises to 1Wbat he takes Up with him idea istto rise In the world by oPleIOOklUIJtocjiough- If you want to go up like a man however put some foundation besides riseIidcala is to say they are wbat your mother wants you to be When men jp up to Ideals they are the light of the world Chicago Journal Brunettes Ilnvc ThicU Skin The huinin skliz not only varies in thickness In different individuals b also In different parts of the same per tIson being In some places only one tw6 hundred and fortieth of an inch thickness while iu others it is one ofIwomen that of men A thick skin is alwaysde vel ped over parts where there is frequent pressure as ou tbe hands and feet Thickness of skin varies with the color of the hair and eyes Usually black hair and dark brown eyes are associated with athick skin A mod erately thick skin is found wIth brown hair nnd blue or gray eyes The finest skin belongs to blondes and is a usual accompaniment of auburn or flaxen hair SHarmless Nece arr Evil The bridegroom is generally the most depressing feature of the modern wed dIng If he is well off he is either bald with a decldedjtendeiicy to adIpose lii sue or else of a pale sandy type with equally pale eyes find a retreating cnla In ordinary life he wears spectaclea which nt the request of the bride be dljcards at the wedding with the re suit that he stumblcs over the lat step leading from the chancel to thaItilr rails and is only saved train falling tint on his face by desperately tcb ing at tho brides bouquet Ladles Field A Perplexed feet Ail Indloun poet recently sent a po cmraccompauied by the following note to the editor of a magazine Dear SIil have written these lInu for your consideration Instead of getting the ordinary reJec- tion slip he received this reply Why He is still wondcrlaf whether he ought to explain prlwt CWcago lee ordHerald j1 Jr I I i If iI U f DRAGGING J 5II down pairts are symptom ofthe most serious trouble which san attack awomanvi2 tailing of the womb With this J generally come irregular painful scanty or profus periodS wasteful weakening drains dreadful backache headache f iiervousness dizziness irritability tired feeling inability to walk Jloss of appetite color and beauty The cure is W1NECARDUIFIII THE FEMALE REGULATOR that marvelous curative extract or natural wine of herbs 1 ol1allmenses stops drains and stimulates the womb muscles to pull the womb up into place f It is a sure and permanent cure for all female complaints WRITE US A LETTER Pat aside all timidity ui write wireelyaad fraakly ia trietMt cod des UlHnj si l1 you tymytam uvlapJiD tofDept HM Chattanooga Medlcia Co ckattaogs Teas I LI SUFFERED AWFML PAIN te ay womb aad ovaries writoe MM X oSlIJMto of Webster Groves Ho alM la say rffht sad left aide ana iltrHplarfeel like a aew woBaaa aad 4o pot laleI aa did It la dtaedljda hvetdialtoue t I Ir C M TUMEY 1 I rt k LIvery Flrml 00 Tumey Riley t z ilt00 Su c So15 10 H Yclon ThOq1pson IEquipment FirftPtost t Feedg Jii Ii fJS JIJ in Every Respect Horses ii Sjeciijffy Your Patronage Respeclf ully Solicited ii Lf Stable Located Between the Depot amtih Walt cn Hotel C Jj l w T WOODARDS ANNUAL WINTER SALE OF ftr Ij TrQtters1acersBuszness Horses TfibrVughbfeds and Shetland mir li February 5J 6 7J 8 9 10 19061 ffU 7ut1changed my dates and will ienllRtti V V4tJrnight by electric tight at G D VylK iiiJJtI sons Stable JLcxtngtou Ky l fcg j Flr l t Sale el1 thfr Year Ear entry blanksjinfl furtherirl ii formation address r WTWOODARD Lexington K 14 Louisville THESE FASTS isBoDirang ABOUT VILLE 5550000 LOUISA pOils within a padieiofoniS milesi ftlailstheWORLD in the mnssIsdering of leans fArm wajene Stwwr pip iroodn boiftS and in produ inr 1S handIng whisky oIs testher censor t q 1siinbers supnlles sh LegivIs it iii St the irgat orss Jn South and on o tM ur wt plowwc loriMM DM wortd aMI kM f Uctrtcim r wteatkM Lowkviikkacttybf BEAUTf fULHOMISt ftcd profMrty valuation Is r soo ooo000 it tiU IhS grandest psr 5 iii i4 tWd seE end marty ms MLCULSC1IO0L iNoi atthissdwdSand yotill r 4 In a =an MktLouitvltia MOWJsttM JJt tTU MIIU LOUISVILLE lY VJGETABLkSICILIAN ALLSttairRenewT- hy ot Mop this ftlHnf of y our htlr At thh rtfit you will soon be flaUl i I i c 1 r DRJIWIMOKJ ftftftJDCNT DEHTIfcT TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN ariickaa Io kiip- talm- PJUKGJIELD KY 1 U Dental Work Strictly t lir tctasiI1 prJL HAMPTON DKJ Co LAMFTONMUDD T i PPijMcius ui Simeons- Ofioei over Haydons Drugstore S H= J WFORIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW o 8TM1e plea Bank SPRINGFIELD KY 1ii J B RoBAxps M W HYATT RtBARDS HYATT P Jsicius ui Sirgeons s i Office over McElroy Shultz DR J H HOPPER T PHTSICM aid SURGEON PHONES Office Over Office 97 Hagans Grocery ResWence 71 fr JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL ittcluker lId Jeiclcr Carries a line of Watches Clock and Jewelry Repairing a Spe daily Located on Main Street f opposite Presbyterian church X Springfield Ky I DR W f TRUSTY PRACTICAL 4HDENTISTww jitental work atreasonable prices AJ1 work guaranteed s SPRINGFIELD KY JOHNYMAYES gjlEBJli uiLCTORS c AMDD LICEISEO MOMEIIc TELEPHONEI KDAY510 NIGKT74 SPRINGFIELD KT I KalroadI Schedule Following Is the time schedule DOW in effect on the Eard town and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm j arrives at iapringneld 645 p in i No 42Leaves Springfield ate 680 a m Bardstown 617 am Bardsqown Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am r No 43 Leaves Louisville at 780 am Bardtowo Junction 930 ata Bardstown 1115 am ftrrives at Springfield 124Q j pm To44Leas Springfield a 120 pm BaicUtovn 230 pm Bardstown Junction 485 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No SO Sundays onlyLeaves SprinKfteld at 715am Bards town 8 am Bardatown Junction 84b am arrives at Louisville fl35 am- No91 Sundays onlyLeaves Honisvliia at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bard towD 735 p m arrives at Springfield r825pra I jf r USMAIFROM jringfieIdi H tot Willisburg I Leaves Springfield at 6 am arrives at Willisburg at 9 am leaves Willisburg 3 pm arriv s j SpringfIeld 6 Passenger BagagJIj extra hauling Fi1 RicMM Riley a 1 1B1s Carriage j Repair Shop i AVikihds wood work and up 1 osjerjnf done GrainVCradles von iiand for sale I lriivelFor sale now one new e l1a4ei bflfgr taW hand i iv i Jiyprwf wagon and a good f ttOd httdci wagon 1fwHt worK clwati for the 2Jy All worf tiIotli cub t D2iLPit 1 5f j w r II tiN Local Happenings of Interet i f TOWN it The Frftsliast and Latest i AllAbMit Yaursftjir Friends t PIC SI iLIi t 1 Heinz McCabes apple utter at Johnson Oatmeal in bulk at Johnson McCabesS v Everything in canned goods at Johnson McCabes Sealshlpt oysters si ill lead 1fcElrpy Bros i Fresh fruiti of all kinds at Johnson McCabes Try a pound of Blankes coffee at Tohnson M6Cabe- sljrearn and Saltl risingi bread at Johnson McCabes j Celery cranberries at Johnson McCabes Fresh vegetables always on hand at Johnson McGabesr Try a can of Monarch plum p dding For sale by M Elroy Bros For a good llow priced baking powder try the I C Sold only by McElroy Bros A good fresh milk Tow for sale Enquire at tho Grundj Orphanage Booker Ky Chase and Sanborne coffees always reliable Always fresh McElroy Bros solefraRentsI We carry ev rything in canned goods and guarantee satisfaction BrosIDrs RoBards Hyatt have moved their Tomces to rooms over McElroy Shultz hard ware stofe r Blanket cotes took the grand prize at the Worlds Fair Every pound is guaranteed by Johnson McCabe f Try a bottfe of Monarch Tomato catsup The best made For sale at McElroy Bros gro ely Mr Charles M Tumey has the Iodapp property of two vacant lots and GrundyavenurPrice FOR SALEA gcod Jersey milk cow giving about four gallons of miltf per day with calf about two weeks old HM ONAN Drs J H Lampton and J C Mudd have formed a partnership in the practice of medicine and wjllhrethelr offices over Hay dons drug store i Rev Joseph Hopper of Perry yule father of Dr J H Hopper of this place is critically ill in Louisville He was suddenly stricken whileI conducting a vival in Parland JMr R A Mclntire of this county bought last week of Ma gruder Bros Goshen Ky the BluegrassSue leives in having the best in blooded stockS V rbasadjourned from tax payers who have been raised Quite a number have been notified of a raise in their assessment STRAyED On Mrs Mahssa Green tlacejast Augusta led poundsOwnerproving1property vertisement and keep f W SPurdom j The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the First National Banl resulted in the Of the following directorselection B L Litsey JohnW Lewis FSISI M Campbell R H Edelen H M Grundy R Y McElroy and Jpbnppolin N W E Leachman the llocal furniture man sold the new fur niture for the Walton Hotel to the new proprietor Mr Moss The house is furnished entirey new from top to bottom and the furniture is of the best and most approved style of hotel furniture John Armstrong the well farmer and tobacco man of this countyfiled through his atto- rnysJohn W Lewis and WF Neikirk a petition in Bankruptcy in the U S Court at Louisville His assets amount to 1300 and liabilities 23QO He claims ex emptions anjounting to 1300 The case will be heard by Referee Lisle at Lebanon January 16 HonW D Claybrooke Wash ington countys representative is given places on four of the standing committees of the lower house in the Legislature He is named as chairman of the committee on Classification of Towns and Cities and is a mem ber of the following other com mitteeSjKentucky Statutes Land Titles and Codes of Practice RossGray The marriage of Miss Sallie EJoss to Mr FV Gray of Polin will occur next Wednes day the 17thrat the residence of Mr Bryon Croake at three oclock in the afternoon Rev W H Williams officiating Miss Ross is one of the countys best teacher and has oeen very sic cessf ul in that profession Mr Gray is one of the countys most substantial farmers and a worthy citizenc The Walton Mr Woodson Moss the newJ manager of the Walton Hotel arrived Monday and at once setI to work getting things in readiness for reopening the hotel Mr Thompson who retires from the management of the hotel has moved out all of his furniture and the hotel is being newly furnished throughout The interior is undergoing thorough renovating and painting and papering All of this workI necessitated the closing of the hotel for guests for a few days but the new proprietor desires to have everything in good run nng order before thci houses is again opened Mr Moss i 44a thoroughly experienced hotelman and with the new equipment in the Walton purposes to have a hotel second to none in the State and one of which Springfield people may justly feell proud1tfrMoss wife and jnqthier arrived llast evening It 10 yprvlhing will be in readiness for the reception of guests at the Walton by the first of next week Notice All persons having Claims against the estate of Oliver Croake deceased will pleuse present same properly proven tome at my home at Croake Station on or before Feb 1st 1906 and same will be paid EVERETT CROAKE Administrator Taxpayers Notice All ersons owingHaxesto me as deputy sheriff are notified thatll unless settlement is made of same within 30 days that I willf proceed against the property for collection J S OSBOUllSTS v 24t Sheriff W C at Guard Against Colds of Colds lead on to tonsilitis 4 4stonsilitis to impairment 4kof the lungs and impair 4 ment of the lungs tothat most dreadful disease Deadly ConsumptionS cPY T Its easy to cure a cold harder to cure tonsilitis and it takes a miracle to cure 4 4aconsumption Get our Mentholated Cough Syrup and- 4 keep itjbn hand Froth babies up it will save expense 4civ C J HAYDONt 5 CORNER DRUG STORE a 4 1 I ci FERSONAU Mrw Luther Bains returned from Frankfort Monday Osqar Curry visited at Fred erickstown last Sunday t Miss Laura Baker h Slet 3d to Bethlehem to school rIjj Miss Mamie Knott has rel ed to Nazareth to School Little Imogene Ragsdall is very ill with pnenmonia Miss Nellie Greene returned to school at Nazareth Monday Mr Clifford Roberts was in Louisville Sundayand Monday IMr James Stoner of Bard town was in town last Friday Mfrses Sara and Anna J Simms are inLo isvile this weekI Mr C W Hagan was in Lou isville Sunday and Monday Miss Margaret Elagan is visit ing Miss Rose Mackin at Leba non Massrs BcnanJ John aiming 3 were in Louisville the first of thef we AlMrfield was in our town last Friday Mr BetrlyBrown of In dianapolis is visiting relatives here l Mr Chas Roberts is at work e for theLf N railroad at Lou f isville t Dr J M Bu ton and Mrsf Kate Williams w jre in Lebanon t Monday Miss Lydia McElroy was in Elizabethtown apartof last week on business Mrs GC Wnarton entertained a few friends at Euchre Friday evening f Mifcs Louise Wathen of Lebat noJ1IS tlieguest of Miss Al thaire M dleyrLo Drt W W Riy of Lebanon was here on professional busi ness Monday D Miss Gertrude Shader has t turded from Louisville where she visited her Bister Mr Frank Martin who pms been sick for several weeks is ablcto be out again Maj J L Wharton is again confined to his bed by anattact ofgriprnd neuralgia eMrsseriously ill for several days but is somewhat improved at present Prof Stith Thompson has res turned frqma visit to his parents at Indianapolis and sum2dJj teaching MondayrMiss Margaret McUliord has returned to Louisville to school after spending the holidays with her parents Mr James Thompson left the first of the year for Indianapolis whe10 he has a position at thp stock yards Mr Adolph Montgomery of Mead county visited his grand mother NrS R B Montgomery here last week 9 Miss Emily Russell who has been tpking a course in profess lona 11rs m ville came home la t evening Mr and Mrs Walter E Leach man went to Louisville Sunday Mrs Leachman will remainJ several weekd Mr Arvin Nde traveling saiesmman for the American tobacco Co spant tIe holidays with his family at Beechland MiraE Carl Litsey and daughter spent the latter part of last week with her parents t Judge VE Selecipan and wifeJ f Mr Forest Cecil of Union tpa was at homo to visit relatives fiastand operator ot the electric light plant at Uniontrfwn W T Leachman A1 M Duncan Jessie Harned Harry Reed Hood Cunningham Shaker Rob- Ertson Qharley Hayden and Wathen Simms attended the Hop Lebanon on last Thursday P night Mr U B Kogers Louisville the Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Co came out Monday to adjustthe loss on the tore and goods of J W Per ins that burned recently Mr James 1 Royalty v moved his family hajjl onresville to his residence in- pringfield J t above the Graded School building Mr Rovalty nd his family wiilbea welcomedj addition to Springfields sociali I ircle j iMr Will McChord who htsiibeen in Knoxville employed r railroad office has returned home He takes the position in tHe Peoples Bank as g okoert t ilI 44444 4 IJ i MidWinteriiT r Clearance Sale tr0 ir In frderjto male room for pur Spring stock we are making pribds on certain lines of goods whibwill move t them H 3 1000 Yards A few dressing iacks of Apron gingham at 6taonaa and outing gowns C 4 cents to close outBeSt lest to close out at 4 Calicoes at 5 cents White prices Cotton and 1itDi i+ waist goods beautiful Pat blankets at gVeatly terns at ler s thantcost prices i f f I Furs and Winter Cloaks f ijut 50 per cent discount rather than carry them Over We have a few pieces of Matting that we will sell ai your gO1nfttown other dd i if Qrundy Mclntire hehV for some time by his broth r Charles who will go into his fathers law office to practice aw fourth Pastors SundaySchool Institute Th 1902 there was started in the city of Louisville one of the 1mOstMnotablfI movements of modern times movement that has attracted at ttention 11OIS America viz A Pastors SundeyvSchool Insti ute Fur tour days each year under the leadersilipof Sunaay School experts we have discuss edthework of the Sunday School from tje standpoint ofr the pistors relation to it and his consequent duties January 30th next wo are to begin the Fourth Annual Cess ion all it hid fair to eohpse allpre vious opus AYe have se nred for tire faculty this yeai ave of thc clioicest Sunday School leadors of America This without doubt will be the greatest Sunday School meeting V held in the bouth Outside of the International Convention All pastors win be entertained and itisi most enrnestly recom mended that Sunday Schools end their pastors and pay their way The pastor will appreciate it and it will be the finest investment you can possibly maIm For progiam and full particu lars oddress E A Fox Louis vilie Trust Building Louisville Kentucky IS olice t In the United jStatea Dtatrict CourtI Ueatorn Dlstrlrt of Kentucky 4 iobanon Ky Jan 9 1900 In Ihe matter of John Armstrong BaniruptTO the creditors of John Arinitrontf Bankrupt You are hereby notified that the sarld John Armstrong whi adjudicated a bankrupt on the 8th day of J r1906 TIC t1rt nieetlng a his cre i will be held at Ila t office of W F- N1JdIL2n thQ 2 tl1 day of oTaDuary 1906 at l tWock pm vhen znd wliere said creditors may attend prove ttheir claitnu appoint i trustee examine the bankrupt and tranwoct all other busineSd proper at saidI meeting WJ tlSLE Rtferee in bat kruptcy Ifouse for Sale I wish to sell privately my residence in Springfleld opposite the Graded School building This is i new building modern laevery respect and one of the most desirable houses in Spring eld For futher particulars apply to John L Searcy LETXER LIST r Litof letters remaining un called formin tho Springfield Ky O weak eneing Jan 1106 Miss Katie Mary Dean Jesie Hagan Mrs Rachel Gardner- YallieHaY s Miss Mrggie Headline Mrs Mary Grundy Miss Liby Jimes Ired W Simpson fiJJ Smith J Mt9meWTatsonMissNelIieWoodson Persons co iiing ror tnese letters wlll please say advertised and fgiye date oflist WAWaterP M LosI A nice black sow weighing about 250 pounds FiD plea notify SI OMclll WHY NOT i OWN A1 GOOD SEWING MACHINE When eLplan at 200 Per Month ii have first class new machmes as well as second hand ont which 1 will sell at frOnt 250 to SO Also sewing machina supplies Oeo B Taylor Commissioners Sale Farmers Home Insurance Co Plff EquityMikeBy virtue of a Judgment and order ofsale of the Washington circuitrendered at the October term 190 In the above stvled cause I shall CourtHouseMONDAY JANUARY 22 1906 thereaboutbeinghighestbidderupon followingdescribedi oflandWask4ngtou thefarm08Muadjoiis1tke CaryudHofferinan ishereincov thedefendant20 feet wide and 40 feet long and tbeI redby40 feet wide and J2 leet l ng 7 Amount to be railed 12992 Costs 15 30 p Total 4522 thcpurchaserapprovedsecuritybond bearing legal Interest from djite heforcewill lythM EACUMAN M C WC C CASTOR I ASet Ifits aaa Cbttr- flIKdYKHrnAis Bears tii- fgnatreGf iIiiiMoi OrerciU Indigestion la easily overcoat by thr use of KodolDjipepsU Oact Jb caHsib thii remedy dlgesci wkat yea at and gives the stomach a e4taUow it to recuperate and row1 stzog again Kodol lelkyei iietiontbelching of gsa soar XeiMckV heart burn etc and enables the digestive organs to transform all fjode iato the kind of rich red blood that aakes health and strength Sold by afl druggists i Indianapolis and Chkajo 174 PINNSYLVANL4 LIMP Leave Louisville 810 pmrar arrive Indianapolis ll15ptBM Chicago 710 am Compdrtmemt sleeping cars and coaches through Get tickets City omce Fourth anadelhI Streets Tlth FolevA Co Chicago rtffiKite4 Hosey and Tar as atkroat awl IfiBf remedy aa4 OB accnt of the giest- aerlt amd popularity of Felejs Heey- sad Tar a1aIaei arc offered for the geaahie JUk Joe Foky t Money aa4Tar4us ays4sb sLtte c = uwilt gIvtISiis sM tt It fe aIIElyLtAILa tII4IIr4S opa- a4 Ii- peIloal i- Dcij stQcc zL 4 r v r MAKES OLD THINGStHEW CkliMfMMrli a wonder J Itirfflmak the i whole interior olroarAaueT I1u1n mating fnTCfJCreftl 4 th ottr1biits1lY11n 1ty F and deaDer bdMiag 1IptII dpciatoriginaIiniskaiiiaiiijit brighter than L ever Itii ppiJ dirkkji picc of cheae aclothand no experience JaN 9 y KQ a drying to wait for Jtaaorei al scratches stains dirt dullntM It can be applied to any fihklLiritk beaeficiat malt Hat 1tta1 wood a1ft11uanycoor ot dI bebetterfOaa cX V mctYoltwUfbibthatSlD9kyJock IcJd to Gp1dea OWhite tSi1ftcUdoth n1c1u Bftttf selk at 50 cents a bottle and a bottle keWwgkta xiswvate the ordiMry home TryitaMyoatnllalfiiyoDuyit A Mw 1aI uat JOe each OLD BY The Red CrossDugor i Ii roco Q roQO QO QQOOO J f o JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE 4 I 1f J OF 115- Dross Goods lotbing8IIT 8 T CLOAKS and FJRS tj 9 j The lowestpries of the seasonfbr hewnext 30 days at the Bill STORErC1 f y g ii I ILot iLot of t1eQs a10 ant 75p juts go for a rt ar rLot of youths 15 ahdI2LEuitsgoTor 7I98rY j + IrljOnJ k One lot of Youths Suits gdfdr 398and498c I + Boys Knee Suits at cosfV rlJBigj JJ- A few Cloaks at onehalf price v it t Bargains in Winter Underwear r tt 38 Inch all wool Venitian Cloth vaIne6Ocgo fur CJc J 4 tWe are offering special inducement incveryi department for this stle and it woujd fie wCnli you to comic and investigate as winter is hardly begun yet I RQBERT80N BROSv9 g t 6oo6oo6 6oOrr IL44c4I4 j I A H0tiI J T Xbj T fv lmervfK44 1tCani Be 1 fi Had A Jtl this winter winter with our coal Get tt now anEjy on nasty days Uter on t tdeliverY ml is Going p t T- Likeitir doesach yearXWatcbf it and see as wiiilW iill poaches A tpnof tiur coWs worth two tons half JBClMg z half slack THATS WHY PEOPLJ BUY O US lNJX M H V QAt C M- ritobucB lu 14S The first Ifettotol B iSPRINGPIELD KY Gm11aI Oi000- SirpIua 4 UR1Ivi4e PtUULOl OFFICERSfl I11jItseys President JokaW e Jfv Iedeut A McElroy Ca5hlcr1 B CalM Aeshtant C arosters BookKeeperj DIRUCTORS B It Itt ey J WLewle BUaey Gr en P M Camj4 bell R a Edeten 1tM Grmkly JcAttOvPoHn ire grant every favor conatsteit witkae banking Y MM respectfuUv solicited JOHN SHOOT MQELBOY Iik1royk Wha iMTOtofi Real Es- lirLiltaJtdrTonaclol IRWS MIOWtIt iISsIc Offlc4vsr Peoplct Bank tho v r- WLir W rr6Jvnors Message Governor Ikckhani itf his i message to he Legislirtnra ntUc e a SjRecom J ItPlibUil4iRecommend ching iin the I Jw oa p bk prinlinsr V Sa tfee Stat guarJ shows L IroemenL f BieopaMnd that 15000 per a ma n bet plifcNMl at the disposal of tfteSt UHbt rcl Society llifcamiiWi bett r system vf 1l i i 4wktkm x f State banks jRacommsiHU careful exionna Uon MI Ibt insurance situation ewh s view to better protec ion of potiej hoWers I ICeco19pds s laW establish imi a irs itiHnbal IfatiOMniU that Ilie court Mid toi tbe jury fix the pa rial t tJI USS ill fuel where persons are r LfldgULJLyOfrimebya jury k jf KaooaiB odt improvement tiafcwrtfalating assessment oft tit pispirty R comietds abolition of l cal i1 i INhsJhrnrstor tbemsane aid f 4bltl JCinded institute BSoomfflecds that either the hwivin pauperLso coun exj3eiueslwith the State or that an addit ion to the Feebleminded Insti- 4utee be built and that idios be 4sent there T T asylumforJ1 iMjiUtiliite be placed an thnds of I State tlOltobelpp inll GpTtrnorand confi Roard10lj p senate thaithe er WRecommepds may be appealed Appsals be res tricted jZteeommends that the penalty r for carrying concealed maponsj c reacbIij 4 evea oExEcutiveclemcn- cyRcorendsz that all excc lit twos of the death penalty be i r done in Frankfort penitentiary uponIIki4 i ir in the costof criniinal prcs iz ecutioria ba coreced fRecommends a law inflicting 1 tffective penalties iipori any ex prett company or common car freighttji trrne package i tRecommends that a law be p ised premittinsv a Circuit ofFc uriatany time and hive a i fiif sp ialjudge appointed so tha 4kconjetion may be relieved J2 Reccommends a general iim r prove ent dl the school system r tI Recommends that Prison Con rmssionefs be appointed instead of electedby the General As t emb1- yABJgDy ri Emancipation Jay was fitting t Ir crebratd Monday by The 1r colored ijlks vvih a big street i tparade followed by stirring N OilW1 c iJ which ws under the direction hi of WaHa e FisLer was one of k tte most unique eyer Eeg in I industiyrI afevvo bite folks TLe Camp Nelson Band headed lh a paraJe which trayersed the thepiir crp il street itf the city h Atn mg the mot ujique floats ex Jiiblfcid was the coon bUnt with th d gi on ihe trail blasting pck ylJP 10 date tn ans and drtsmaking by the pupils 01 I the Polytechnic school Tin J affair was a big success atc mi1Y hundrcds of peope If1 tuo sireets to witnes u ip rdtiMcoat t rLiJLinen as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by A r J Kidney Trouble fri g rr 1trjrKl n trouble preys upon the mJrjdV dlf vIgorffrfJ i1 disappear vhen the Wd 17 ncys are out of order j IY or diseased i Kidney F become troubtthas t i uncoitnoxiIrul ncys If tfe child urin ates too often If the urine scalds tb flesh or If when the child reaches Iqe when it should be bo to rorthe passafe It is yet afflicted with depend upon It the cause of s kidney trouble and the first t Cowards the treatment of unpicacantF4derndi6t t toa habit as toserns men are made misr aI1d bladder trublc- iJm great remedy iuC Immediate effect of Is soon realized ljl Is sold In fifty fZtf c JWMiJeY sampa ofreef of the mi abot- 1timiwetter3 ieceI- vedfgDrKUmri cured mton IYlt f c M rPEOPLY C F TlIE DAYll laTier Leadcs In DHtataa Calilact 1 Tile wctot npj 1lt nat John l luBsefattojatasjraut of Jbei ttIcx governnient afl1ttijfbe CqfnP- b JtB1Dnarmntl3blret 1stl1e firsUn ef nnnn nt n labor l4adcr1na BrItIsh cabinet ilsTlMMapW rise of tie laborieadcr from4 the ork8htip to tim tablnetftfrlth asaWl ary ot10 aJeu has been inuc- hcoiuineitt1uidubut j1It gen t1l agreed tfiht tile honor Is weIl descn 0 Thetiivtlv abftity thalhugbtliIm- out of lowly surroundIn4jtLThatlc hini tar tnprIor tot tliTSAteragc commoner rtJOHK DUnKS AS A CBIOKETUIti of Invested vealtlr Tbe present parlia4 meat has thirty labor members baltia dozen of whom are biassed as Social Ists and ah eqiial number as Independ ntsthe remainder acting with the Liberals Practically all these niemre celve salaries by subscription from their constituents as members of par liament are unpaid Like most Englishmen titled qnds otherwise Jlr Burns Is fondof n game of crlclcct slid when the cares ofTntMe t permit Indulges In the pastIme Mr Burns Is fortyseven years old anti has been In parliament since 1SD2 Tan Qniicuo anil Little KinRB 1 This the age of dill queens tridr small klngsi It Is a curious fast that In the casciof nearly evoryroyyvTiHar J rlc j coupleIn Europ the wife Is cont siderably tntllej1 than her husband The czarjwho is obuslderablyjbolow the average height df men is fully head short r than lilf beautiful and majestic C2irlnu The 1al4r14io Is a welt known man Is nevertheless overtopped bythd f German empress King Victor Emmanuel of Italy scarcely reaches up to the shoulders ott Queen Hefcua who an unusually t tall woman while he Is an unusually UmlnuthemJU1 King Charles of Portugal is also overtopped by his queen although ha make up In rotundity of body what he lacks in height The king of Spain I1s 1Jolaw1th aver age height men and Princess larie Antoinettej of Moc1flentrnrgScIIverk twho It Is rumored will be his brldfr 1 a very tall girl and will tower above hirnFprgetJIeXot BptonR Nev 3Inyor John Ff Fitegerald who has Just eon chosen mayor of Boston by the regular Democratic orgqnirati jitzs long been a prominent figure in thapV Iltleal life of that city The campaign wa the most bitter on record in Boston a large section of JPmfr rrrzcEEAiiJ the Deiiioeratlc party led by the Din chIne managers having opposed Fits geraia tor the uotuliiulloh ailir either supportcdhim In a lulcevarhi mSuner or openly opposed him In the earn palgh The newly elected mayor t forty years old He ni servit int theqqni mom council anti the tttte fie to mill was three timrisrOfrrcSojjal J odh FCs frgai tbL Nthi dlttrict 1o Jf 2gfrtw1lfor th451ixetOt of u weeLiy gaper E1ie 1eil f5ib1isbodIu- jlon t fl j Le ortt Iraving- rh ojjst Joint stock camprthy zo- wetins the owmC cpauyw- likli 1as lneorDoate4ll by rayt1 charter In the year 1010 Its iiutsn3Wb- rtng nliuoat fabulous prloos tntt tie was b1tI for i1Jroo In ISis ow- orCiiocx HrJ hlI nQt 6tD 41tir4tt the rate of t100 1 4fJiic oldest company y0Bfrngl vflty- cpmnjcrce JlJ th 8irletist sensor qftlw woRl lig tliejJ fisbas Bay ctjiijaft fonud0L wrilira charts Jftl1W o l CitrIlL ttJ Prince Kupartnt1D vMher Ii ISTO This linY n nopol if tljeYtfr 1ftifBeOvttSlIBrltIirti Nortl Amcrifti from frj dcscepa tft110 dec rcps west loagltude ckceptlns Qua ii ptfonIdfl1l mill DrlWdI rtMim Mt In ISCSbj order of ijarliamfetlt4i Hurroiflercl Its teivltyrlas to the cwvn tat tlii sjliii af pQOj3OUr aiuj Its tt5Jdfnjj4VMi6 tlwpaliKtcincnt oui 6nofxrenlietho iM fnnus nct ril 4et ipart for spttlbccui at that tIthe- iozuoli rJi J i r nbac Oemrqfti In OdccK jt IiJ qibnpkst ia rrdc 4rE rn ta J w Trflri ii 1 Every I Two Minutest It I fliysicianstilItis that all t ebJoodIn The1iliy litiSfan Sidy passes through the heart dncein every tWQ minutes fftthis action be cotes irregular the whole body suffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsidttniakes the blood pure One reason why l SCOTTS EMULSION ischagreataid is bcause it passes so quickly into the IjlopdSgJjt fs partly digested before iti enters the stomach j a double advantage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even ber ore you expect it We will tend you a sample free Be turt that this picture m the form of wrapPerEmulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemisu 409 Pearl St NY 50ccnUan3oo All drajjUu j f FACTS IN FjSW LINES poriander grows wild near the Medi terranean Steamers are 30 per cent safer than sailing vossela A recent authority assorts that the geuerous use of apples wit Imprpve the dlspnsItloii The sanitary Influence oiLthe cucalyp itblySiag is saJn to itt4naUe born 1SsaaItan8 Immune o Cancer rJ C ocji htahlajid rqgiincnts twelve in StiBr uousnud ire over six feet iii hejgbt in English six and In Irish tlitee Because of the iduVt htlsetlIiy auto mobiles 5t isgtfltliigtob difficult in England to rent houses on roads used by motor ears English poacher have adopted khaki for wear during business hours They1 find It mn1w3 the evasion of watchful gnD1cJ le1 lSIC1 Muuy Siiiicse Christians have given tipl their workat home In order toga to the Transvaal to labor as evangeftsts among the 40CCO Chinese coolie there Quite Edcnesque is the buslqe street of St helter In the isle of Jer sey where AdauiEvo Cain and ALI are- apr sp6rbusly cstablisheil III businessl jLord Tcinpleuiore the fatheV of tlie house of tools jjqt lntlmt body for iViifyCtlft3t5Lt 1taedttlIvorlh- Ik1alizpec1i null his effort eon- slstj1ftTnoaflyOnu words TJUc hvjid stage earpentcr at the lv0ial0pe11 House Tlonna haa been dtscliargcd because d rlhg an exciting storm scene he let a hoftvy thundercloud fall on Viyo actors severely In juriug them Buttejcups and dniaics follow rail roads the Vworld ocr said an trti giiiacr hi IlpJlii iiv ccirtwill Axia in Briizil the paraflel raljj ruts eotifijumlr ly between rneodowawhite and yellow wiitflionic flqworS sIn the village of Vurjuk ntsar lint 1pn8urSaone PrfTiiPQ a couple s1ied l tOOahd 80 apcctivy have Just fl6brVtcdli the seventyflfthaiinivcri ybflhelr ypi1liitcwjhich they called tlipr platIiuruivveddJug SwQ vcynIteat Ifl1lflJhjo owyjaiovua3 wflhtouaatrthrlvIii jIn the zoological gaidfSis London liar bates is the house ofthls species anti It isuggeatpdi thn lheJimjmnity of that laanQITrain liualarial mosquito sally u due5oit ext trcc IIi Shtm no alan i evcr found with ojii bncliewof tba The leaves are stud togithor bymoans qf melted sugar antI the little cnko are always carried albiiK lii the poeker Some few people smoke the herb Stewedt tea la a iWtI0iwl dlsU In IbetfEnglisliduhabltnuth of the Tranjvaal are mh worried over the Increase In JoIuJutiou1Alrcndrln white retail Khde has heels almostjjlim mated flsa result otAslate competi tion Tile w enbChUFeh of St Laurent at Kpucn hRs become literally commercial lzedIt jsante ypara since It was jlet ied safe to use Itan church and ftJI Its chapels and Hit porchow have 6ecn routed out a lIfttfo storea while Its exterior walls wonIavd 1 lot to advcrttfeVS1 Gharlca AVorthlpXwvhol livea nil by imf TuWIndlioMonTilasp Is note lover of coiapsuions To serve noti- cesouIbteal1ci4hat they are not wunted he has nailed a big butte to the aide of hltrehinn Under the hone Is tjjis Jnajeriptipn Mrhls bone boiongeil to the last man caught fooling around here A pivestqiie In tht West burying g oniullu itchflold Conn Is erected to Its Mary Buel wile of Deacon Jqiin Due Who diedIsbv I 1708 at Uie age of nlietyr havlng hatj 13 chil dron 101 grandchildren 247 great grandthaldrpnaud4O greatgtetgrantl chlluren bdforc her departure to an OhCl tadiE It took tOuileeixjnouths to drill a hole VO fcci ddup atpoornloqf Spulh Af rt 1Wt4tJltuecIgls t hour shIftwcrc- wnrIei4ihiy tthcdWtl1 of QJjSl4IUIl nJ Jt JUIJ 1 from UIrCLt1uit1nostf Tofoiflsiu to raf1i th l s fr Ltb1r M hile and l odnfnltb iejtgjnt n tQr th- edfdthnUtrflIWdA iutittoraerm- taksi t Mbotaptter who 1a Iitlg ged bstIlb 1i1wcr al r uitllsln Gallfpnilal are fladdiig gp warjV TUc t tliliilv theaee better 1 h lra CUi Mead hl UUII J fAmerica s rr T J f1ersot TOe Sari Francisco colony say that DOt again for many jtars will Japahi Im migration set toward the Un1tetkeL- Altk the postal cards of the country tire made at Itumford Falls Me wher 5000000p are turned out each month All records iverobroken 4ast June WIWIsthe figures went 00000000 rThe icards are shipped to tour dls prlbutlng points froth whiCh points theism nr stations are supplied These points are Washington Cincinnati St Louis and Troy N Y S M Cuunlnghani lawyer of Law ton Okla has a notable personality outside of his success as a professional hImIshaven face expanse oft fled shirt front the dangling chain of gold and the undulating Prince Albert whole surmounted with a rakish Ithu brimmed hat of black A military company composed of the daughters of Bonne county farmers has bien organized with headquarters at Euglcwoocl eleven wiles southeast of Colnmbla Mo The first publlcdyil took place at a log rolling at Engle wood where In I the presence ot a crowd of curious visitors from all parts of the country the girl soldiers gave n striking exhibition going through the manual of arms like veterans HUMOR OF THE HOUR nyWbeen A Canny nirtlidar Clft J associated the date with pt icu intI- tt tlieJ good things When she was nearlng her eighth ihllestouc there was sickness in tim family DUll she was afraid the day would pass unohserved After serious thought she decided on a plan Site wrought out her prettiest silk scraps and made a little workbag On side of It she outlined the date of her mothers next birthday still two months oil and on the other side the word Mamma Thou she addressed the following note placing It with the bag In an envelope Dear Mama I hop you wil lilt this pret ty bag made It tar you madti it nl by myscf this morncn Jmade It For youre burtlido now 11u16 mme you hapy on yourc burthda hop you xrll mnk me hapy on my burthda youre lovln tle LUCY Lipplncotts Magazine Ob Mr Dooloyt A member of the 1layerV club In Now York lolia of an exchange of sop- orIsnoodIgenially Reallyi Mr Dunne I expected to find you In chlu whiskers VAutl I ttlrejoined Dunne was un der the Impression Mr Davis that should behold you in n shirt wdlSt1 St Louis Kepublo Obeying Orilcra Fortune Whats the mutter dear You look excited Mrs Fortune Excited Whysljouldnt cOIDpll1lucdofI and told her to take things nsSho did Shes gone off wltfi all of my Jew elryJJudgc r Wldoinof n AVldoiv t The Bachelor UmI11JYXawUi wo nniltirnl 1TJfni ro ii tn arensayerklas you as often ins i like inayI not The Widow Sure thing Its up to you to snake the mostof the opportunl ty bcfore we are married Baltimore News Iinppnlilble Giraffe For goodness sake Hippo why dont you keep step Anluillcntlon Do you think Bllggius will make a golfplaycrV IlIe has one of the traits remarked the business inau fAl tthe afteruooiiH Washington Star Tlioushtful Boy It wsvory noble of ypu 3JBjjIerfita plead that your brother be retI n whipping Willie I guess I know my bulliipss TJver time he guts licked heiturua around Aud licks iso Now JSIork W rdISlander i Miss VLxPILllsut horrid woman noil doqr told Mrs X6lghba that r1 ien regular old eat Vfeoif HuM She ovidontly Jiievor saw you In tim saute room lhumouse Detroit Tribune The JIUtl lJJti1s1exs Ye3 they considurod hIm a model witness t And what did his testimony amount toIt + Nothing whateverrNew drlcaus TimesDemocrat llbvor lble- McJIggerMy Idea of a diplomat Is oner who knows enough neyero say 1ThinguinbobOr 1 iIii much ever to say enough Pljfladel phia Press i1 Unyzuzlat1cttc SottiefglnI 5fl3l1doetab Ivqaw- gotsbotuig VIlIns In use face dc1ior- ksow CWell f- cctiwhat do yo with a face like tliat Chicagosews I A Wdm An Secret SbeUqw do you knaw 1serig 4IIeLIVbyHlkliur about Itr Yonlicra Statsnan f fl1ThcJnwsiary of Dan ratchVi 1005HncIn Thirteen miles In l3 0Vi or an aver age of a mile tot IS 1213 is the roe ord inado this iisaa by Dan Patch who recently circled the Bllllnga par Memphis mile oval fn 158 clipping full secoiid and a quarter off the best tnrcvioni time for a priced tulle without Wrt or wind shlftd At each trial he lowered souse record trllu or without house of the shield DAX PATCH 154 During the season Dan Patois visited several states and crossed the frontier to Toronto where he paced ja mile on lhalf mile track In 200 establishing 111 ew flgiires fop the Canadians f Ills full Tlst of mile the tracks swd time during tjie present season were MinneapolisI201 Alleutovrti 203 to wagon Chi engo2011h Lexington 150 Lcxing- j ton 155 v Toronto 2QC Memphis 200 Memphis Ir9l4 Memphis 200 Memphis ISSJ The trials at Toronto Chicago and AHentowntoQk place over half mHo tracks anti the trials at Lexiugton Minneapolis and IiidianapoILs were pry ceded by tvace and are known as ice shleldIwere fol oIul PIFootball Is Profitable Tlie aimuaj statement of the gradn ats manager of athletics at Harvard made for the year from September 1001 to September 1905 by Roger Ernst showis that In the year liar vards athletic features took In 111 08085 ant 3Lnt 8380884 leaving a credit balnnrj of 2787201 The receipts for the preceding year were 11220230 bnd the tt 79 104SSTills makes the decrease In the credIt balance ovjpr the preceding tear oi 18050 In jaluioxt all tile sports there was n falling oft in the receipts and an Indrcase in ithe expanses As In ot ier years football was the chief source of revenue This sport took In 0805710 and spent 1742475 leaving a bllance of 5123232 or about 6000 loss titan tile preceding year There was an Increase of about 2H0 hi the expenses and a falling off of about i000 in the receipts Baseball was second In receipts andr was the only othef sport to show nr credit bnjioncu of any considerable amount this game took In 1095250 a gain of about 300 over the preeed liigycarj and spent llnol30 about 1100 lless than the year before and showed balance of 538820 an In crease ofj about 14QO The balances sin these two branches snore tItan made up the deficit In the other sports Boxlute Lout Acnlnxt JIu JKsn Jlu Jifjn champloneil by a typical Frenchman named Itcguier has beaten the French method of boxing repre 1lIllmatchChampions of French boxing tar weeks had been demonstrating on paper that Jin jltsu WItS saM against a kick boenuse the latter keeps you so to speak at less length The encounter wa short and decisive lasting only one minute Dubols aimed a fierce kick at Ilegnlors chest The latter avoided It easily said closed ut once In on Uisnuit Dubois was down lite arm pinioned1 nud twisted and render second later he wap shouting his aI IJDton1oIJ Oh HI 1lilOlhliifr t It will begin Junc and flhfsh on the 15Ui ET Conill prejldcnt of the Havana Automobile Hacing association who will lir ipnr sf ute l In Knut brhBp nl touni111 roach racing m- atztlliiioptt tp Induce Albert Clement V t Ole from France to drive tear In the Havana meet Awftnlhis to report John T Brush of tIwscball fame may be rcpresciitol In the Florida meet by a racing machine of foreign construction TbcFlleOnrlpn floutt According to tIm FitMiininoiHdBrf en articles of a TomnenftHe men will light twenty or more rounds The fighters will receive 11 per edit of tim KfQIS reeeiltsOt which the wlitewiIfcCQlya 75 per tont tLIItjl he lloswr 20 per vent Forfeits of 2beach are depba lied Orauey Is named as referee Ilcrfunlii Offorx- Al Harfoul manager of Kid Sullivan offers a 5000 purge for n light between Sullivan and Ncjsoii and a Jp500 purse for Sullivan and Terry JKGov ern the bouts to be fought at Eqreka Athletic dab Baltimore Cooilby iJnnny Daoiiy Dougherty will quit the ring tq accept the position of tralnqrnnd teacher of boxing at the A iantfi Ath kitlcclub Percolation of Scnuc- Tolmnlo Psu wlmts hair food t911I FathorIor people who cant get thing Into their heads any other why mn Vow York Press Sour I i StomacmJoNo appetite loss of 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