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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r BSAIt SIIED r IN 4 ItJ I lt j 11 New XIII No3 i RrNGFmIJD WASUGTUNTY JANUARY 18f 1906 s100 i iI i I 1 t r t1H U i L 2 swv Si t2j t c- sWwIhottoourZriends ltl rrrtihe obEccogrowing Dctiw that we are aot connec Ud dimetlr r ittdirectljr with any other warehouse or ware J1y- w duet a gtrictly Inde y Tobacco Warehouse Lon balMM C ApBRtDGES k Co Proprietors Pickett Tobacco Wise Lottjsyile Xy 406t r ow DWECfOUY sty jMi JcJo laD Y51 u Otk Si wile Irom f ST oaIitowiot iiMiMMt ad NaikyiU raiiioi4n niM Dd tgricHUnral district 1Two Bwik telegraph and telephone iitfTtTl office flour mills lumber yI4i Popttio 1100 population of iwitr is- Jttf tOI M tatiTeiu Congress Hon D L S1tkBodenvtl1e Xj Jtefr tatiyr In KenUckj Legis lztre Hem W D blaylKooke- Jlepr tatiye in State Senate Hon a Sarrj I a caiter Lebaaon KY = CiRtyDJrctOrYcIRcUIr Circuit Court begins en the fourth UMMlay ia February May and Octo Mr L H ThMrmanITudg IL X Durham Commonwealth At 0 bra yc JMC Campbell Clerfc M7GLeacbm n Master Coslss c QUARTERLY COURT on the third T meack month B r4Litey radge COURT Cty Cvitrt meets oa the fourth If o 4ay ia each a ath I B X Litsey Judge WF feoAer Cottatr Clerk T 6 Maes County Attorney George Catlett JailerI Sk1 ey0l1tourne SheriffiSaM A deron B1 B Powell HerbertEddkmanj D PuUet J4 Masters 3au T Moore County Surveyor 4 rP PBryan Assessor WO T Siitckeli3 putTIlebertl Koe TreasujSr 3 M otgo ry8 et 31W Bash Snpt of CommoB M P O Springfield 0 V CITY COURT James kJNoe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grigfrby City Attorney I TtJSTlCE COURT Jnltice Courts are held in January trlotl aBd October Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH KerviGt W LyonPastorpcr lyi soB the First and Third SuuBavs imieach month at 11 a m and 730 p m 5a dllSchoolevery Sunday atlOarn Prayer wtiar every WcsdaYa- jgld CATHtiUClCHURCHp Rev P F Henneasar Pastor Ser Ticer every Sunday at8 and 1Q oclock mL Services at St Rose same hours i SCHRISTIAN CHURCH Xv W T Wdden Pastor Service yefy Sunday CHURCH 4tey T D Latimer Pastor J pr eWnKrwy Sunday at 11 am III at 7 pW Sunday school every Sa1 st 10 am Prayer meeting eiery T1IiWraY evening at 7 oclock i BAPTIST CHURCH Jt cr WiiRrrionWiI1lamsPatorP- reacIiiigecerY Sunday at 111m ai4474prn Sunday School every Iw4ay at 930 a s Prayer meeting iftUTilay cycidug at 745ociock jFrmternal Orders MATOXic IJBDGX Springfleid lodge t0jfi1r and third Monday t ck osk TfaifctHjtbHlt A Chapter No 57 ueets every second Tuesday SprUjcfield Council o52 meets on yiz4eurthMosday ZiGxTs of ImtMACA JtS Meet i n itJtVCICIY ncac13mo1- T 4 T TfOLEYSffiEYDTAR J ftMMrtt SiritM Rtsvttf it FrwtBtU Rjcmembcr the name M f liPtf mi Tar In iIt- i1Ipoo agent11DL1TIt r alM UsaIo MOO by OhOI iiQi r saleby Resd Cross Drag store 4 i w fw 7 Jwt w 7w r x t 91I Ymim 1 1ESBTTEBIAN SSii 4 s 1 I I RUND n OITiiLKd n ft 1 i The MCI that Deliver tfce Goo s f V f 1 The world doesnt alwfiys4ry on- the chaps That p tup Jthe smoothest aJpearance I Theyre often indeed very common place aps J l iSansJntellect sans perseverance t 3ifAfter au7verare judged in our journey through life By the gray matter under our Hoods And the men that iiiYouIn the tre1uoussttif H itEkf1iftt ELER the GODS Amanmaybe dignified pompouslj so Distinguished and ultra impress JBisneighboJ 1im the whole blooming show And call him aleader progressive- But sooner or later his boom will collapsetAnd back he will jog to the woods iThe battles are won from reveille to taps By the men that deliver the goods The Columbian ICENSEiESTIONThere1 Xr good deal of discussion 1isa among those interested 1icenseIby seems to be generally understood that a proposition to increase the t amount charged for saloons for license to sell whiskey will be considered by the new city coup cil The law fixes the saloon lii cense for cities of the fifth class at 250 to 1000 per year The saloons are paying to the city of Springfield now 250 per year besides the State and GoTern ment license It js argued by some that the saloons should be made to contribute a greater amount to the r venue of the town foE the privilege they en joy while the saloon men on the other hand claim that they are taxed now to the limit and that anyjncrease will drive some of them out of business The ques tion will come up for considera tion at a meeting of the council later on I TEADY ADVANCE The S steady advance in real estate both in farming lands n the county and in town property in Springfield pas been a source of comment for some time among close observers A few short sighted persons have been heard to express a pessimistic view of the situation by saying that values are too high and predict ing ar decline Fortunately there is no good argument to sustain this prediction As regards farming land iin Washington coun ty it has been selling entirely too low for years past and even now since the advance good farming land in this county is not high as compared to that of other counties which equal it in productiveness Land that will produce from J 150 to 1QO worth of tobacco in one season is not likely to suffer a serious slump in price So Ipng as the price of tobacco and of corn and other farm product keeps up there need be no alarm felt about the price of farms The prosperity of the town of Springfield but reflects that pf the county for upon the one depends the other There is a healthy demand for dwelling houses in the town from people who are moving in to take advantage of our public school and to efcgage in business uPlsoljwtity in Springfi ll to advance Aiolliep Good Man Gone fMM He neglected to take Foleys Kid ney Cure at the first signs of kidney trouble hoping it would wear away and bewas soon a victim of Brijjhts disease There is danger in delay but IfFoley Kidney Cure is Cakeu at once Ihexsymptoms will disappear the kidneys are strengtheded and you are sood sound and well AR Bass ofMorgantownj In l had to get up ten or twelve times ip the night and had a severe backache and pains in The kidneys and was cured by Foley fs Xiiey Cure S old by the Red Ors Drug StoreAeusfaOTiX ITh talk of passing a l wim p oii1Katix on dogs has brought forth protests from csrtajn dog owners of which the following 1IvrtXoLOIL 1 1 from a writer in the Farmen Homo Journal is a sample- ru notice there is considerable I talk through the columns bj 1 your valuable paper by farmers 1 lof the bluegrass ection of the State in regard to a dog law tc tax all dogs 5 per head gooi bad and indifferent Now you fellows up in Eastern Kentucky may think you are doing goods riyce by advocating a tax of 5 per head on dogs because you uowtkattho IQlks d o wiCm Ohio county and adjoining counties will have most of the tax to pay We have plenty of birds foxes and rabbits down inthis section of Kentucky an4 of course have plenty of dogs to hunt them with Lam in favor of a law making a man liable for all damage bis dog does but the very iidea of a tax of 5 per head on dogs is absolutely ridiculous to say nothing of the misery ii would cause among the poor boys throughout the country for as everyone knows the small boy thinks izs much of his fist as a bluegrass farmer thinks of his race horse And still another class that will feel indignant and that is the fox hunter It would be dangerous For our representative to ever come backto Ohio county after haying voted for a measure to tax dpgs such an enormous amount as has been proposedI say in conclusion if the fellow in the bluegrass with his fine uthdownsaud race horses does not want to incur the JI will ofthe poor devil of the sassafra broom sage and penerile he had better drive a little slow on atax of 5 per head on dogs as we dont keep dogs down here that kilt sheep PfuctiUu AUained Perfection can only be attained in the physical by allowing nature to appropriate and DQtdic eipate her own resources Calartics gripe weafien dissipate while DeWitts Little Early Risere simply expel all putrid matter and bile thus allowing the liver to assume normal activity good for the complexion W W How ell Houston Tex saystFof years I have used Little Early Riser Pills in my family No better pill can be used for constipation Sold by all drugffietst Mules Burned Mr J B Vondivier suffered a heavy loss Sunday morning be tween 12 oclock and daylight bv the burning Of hislarge barn SiX had of mules being consumed in the fire A mare belonging to Mr Henry Adams was hitch ed in the stable but she broke the halter and got out her mane and Qne of her ears being burned off How the fire startediis mystehe tirst that the famI ttof it was on arising th 1ningwhen they- f u X ihe yard and root of the aweeung house were covered with ragmentsof half burned shingles It was exceedingly fortunate that the house did not take QIC also as some of tire family might have been cretnat ed The loss is between 1500 and 2000 wi h only 300 insurance Among the toss was about 500 feet ogouJ lumber He lives on Salt river two miles from town Harrodsbtrg Herald SNotice I All persons haying claims against the estate of Arch Yaste deceased v ill preseut the same to me properly prcven or to my attorney W Tfr Grigsby at his office in Springfield Ky on or before Fab 1 1906 This Dec 16 1905 S PP DERRINGER Admr of the estate of Arch Yast Serious Cutting Affray Our correspondent atfBlmco sends us the following acconnt of a cutting affray that recenty occutred in that neighborhood- Last Saturday night at a dance given by Mr Polin Wheatley Arthur Spaldin son pf Horace Spalding cut and sE- riously wounded Jim Wheatley It Isunknown jnrt how the dif ficulty originated but Spdlding claims that Wheatley insulted him and the cutting followed Wheatley was cut in the light araf the knife penetrating trough the muscles Notwithl t 4f standing evtrjfj I resorted to 1t4 I man came neu14Jadin it death before ttejinjtJil of th physicians 3Sha11nty Grume and Wi i fht iifendefl th injury and protioftced It of seriousi natuWheitley JMTII lnlfbeing offencfejl 4 pim an attack was ritofcetTiei unexpecfoi No arrest bYyet teen maO Both parti g have many itlenil ii who greatijHdeplore the unfoij lunate affBdstown Stand J ard J Sr Hnnae4 BtbiJ 4 I St Vlncenii Infaut Asylum Cb16 ago sfiel ers tiometess waifs atfaitin adoption and there are nearly 401 babIes there Sister Julia writes I cannot say too much in praise oh Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds croup and whooping cough Contains no opiates and is safe and sure Ask for Folcys H ney 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 J W T WH irs Sale Qu another page of this paper yoq will see WT Woodards announcement of his annual winter sale Mr Woodard does not need an introduction to the horsemen of the United States as he has conducted these t sales for years past He knows just how to treat sellers and buyers and if you have a roadster Kentucky or New York saddler matinee or business horse show horse pair of horses trotter thoroughbread or Shetland pony jut send your entries in for this sale and you are sure to get the top market price for them The dates of this sale have been changed to the 5 6 7 8 9 10 of February by the request of consignors and iti will be held at night wbile the salp of thu Kentucky tale Co will be the same dates but during ibe day and in that way eacsaLe twill- help theother bei l t be thoroughly heated andJilrt ed by electricityt and made as bright as day Read his adyer tisementanl send in your en tries at once so you can get a AtE I ID the catalog Alwa7S JllCftalS the Slren1b A reasonable amount of food thor oughly digested arid properly assimilated will always increase the strengt hI If your stomach is aU little oft Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat and enable the digestive organs toassimilate and transform all foods into tissuebuileing blood Kodol relieves sour stomach belching heart burn and all forms of indigestion Palatable and strengthening Sold by all druggists fire lito the House A band of desperadoes who appeared to be trying to terror ize the whole community just over theBoyle line in Garrard county hst evening fired into the homes of William Bronson and Ellen Ready colored families that reside about ra mile from Kings Mill cn the Lexing ton pike Bronson lives about fifty yards frojn the cabin in which the Ready woman lives with several smallchildren Bronson also has a wife and family They were both sitting around the fireplace Jast evening about igbt oclock when a bug gy passed and several shots were fired from it The door of the Bronson home was partic ally open andtwo shots bit the corner of the mantlepiece just above where his wife was sitting Another went into the hall At the Ready hom several shots were fired at the house but the door and windowsills daught all of the bullets The parties who did the shooting drove rapid ly by without stopping yelling at the top of their voices and firing several shots into the air Tbe frightened negroes rant the back way down the Dziver cliffs and remained for peversRi hours until they were sure the marauders were gone Tne Garrard cpunty officers have oeen notified and will make a tbosough searchDanvill Advo cate WANTED District manage s to post signs advertise and dis tribute sample Salary fJSCO jsetJj H i Tlhasi Springs ttlFflelll I have btefi abatfr i i I tlfc 6Iumns of the Lt iir kT iJvisitingl i jn LaWrs cebar wilLaMI lkCrv Joe Burkhead has been k jill with rheumatism but I clJ i is better now YbQdy was very sorry to Mar of the burning of toe bcitMt exJMr Rosco Brown of this olace SweazeyofIDSl l marriedIr rWH fyXt tbed1 5Iof the groom May they ivilong and happy life is the wish of the writer Mr John Royalty wife atd daughter Miss Maudie visited the formers parents at Ash brook last Saturday bight and SundayS cCMr Willie Got and Miss Ad Me Foster were married OhristJ 8masHathcett Miss Mary Foster of Louisk lIe is Visiting relatives around hereSMr John Dennis and family have moved tear Pleasant Grove The Tathaea folks regret veryp much to give theik up but ant Grove gaip Richard Carey woved in the house Mr Dennis occupiedaIITherewul this place Oth secona Sunday on account of our pastor moving of to Georgetown We are very t sorry to have our pastor move so far ay but hope to havea him back toour church services There wirf be services the fourth SqtrdllyaSdayCLittle ETa Pinkstcn has been t Mr Richard to Pinkstoo AsIwift Willisburg Mr Lia ieer Trtl bought of the SharpsviH a4 tr iHtrV obInoi aoJ5j1Price unknown Mr Elisha White Sr Etill lemains very feeble l1r Lee Bird and wife moved into the house with him i Rumor reports a wedding in the near fatureS Itl tWewinter weather that the people can go on with their farm work nearly as well as the spring and L think everyone ought tb bem very thankful for such pretty weather Welt I will close hoping to see a lletter from all the correspondents as I nevertire of reading them and the more letters that are printed the better the paper iIn Since I wrote my letter there has a good deal of snow fallen which may be the breaking of our sunshiny days for while f HYACINTH ft Notice All persons having claims against the estate of DvidCPayne deceased will present same properly proven before meo at my office in Springfield on or before Jan 15th 1906 for settlet 1ehtM G Leachman- r MOWOCt 1Iard8si 9tAs I hive been absent from your columns for soojie time I will trland jot down a few items Mr Will Shirley and wife of Willisburg visited the latter parents at this place Sunday WeakLungs Bronchitis For over sixty years doctorsp have endorsed Ayers Cherry Hsctoralt for coughs colds welungs broichitif coi ptloalYou cm trust a idiclne the best doctors ap flrvcttiiM you have a hari coughp IM1tHtdUI wJW- ier vsr i AIMoAtpeIi MIL P115cci t c W IIT 1M a1s i ia Is thiSJ a Mr Gilbert CbMtrwi jreryii of pneaBtooia at this writiajg but iro 1t to report Wait beitei lCMr lJ Treat of Plets h Grove ismoyiaf to P lin this week We are glad to bays Mr Tract back again UiMOllie Gray is pehdi g the week with WiN Manha Tucker of near Fredfrifeksburg Prof W P Cbtbato ckxted his school at this place f iday Mr Rob rt pray Started to school at Springfieldl Monday IrKkfNIe StIIHII tbfollowjac avenge were deTby t4pilsIn zlJNckm ridge district at the end of the term Eight Grade Lettie Bishop m Fifth Grade Eda Gibson 93 Annie Bishop 92 J Bessie M Jenkins 92 Forest JUiOeorgeGradeCarrie Bishop 71+ Ohio Crcuch 724 Third Second and First Grades Estill Smothers 0k Stella Himenl 70k Jessie Wells 74h Rebia7 Weilsl 71t Joe T Himen 781 Russell Jin ins 69ff Marshal Teynotds 69J Miss Clara Shepardleacher 415Spd Very Rev J A Hogarty assed around to his co1grega tion last Sunday week cards on i which were printed a total ab i stinence pledge which he urged hI to sign and to return the lol owing Sunday The Canvass resulted in securing the pledgesc 415 members biont l for life others for seven years I nd the remai dFathersHogarty are both strong advo ates of total abstinence and l take advantage of every occasion impiess upon the members of the congregation the Impotancea this work They take the position that the abuse of th- etHet fee Mqitr k Mc tt ifsponsible for aipre want suffer ing and crime tbfcn anything c else and that it is the duty of every good citizen to aid in Safar as lies in his power every t movement that has for its objects he lesseningl or eradication of l his evil Lebanon Euterprise Hay to intf PitINiall We have never heard of a single in stance of a cold resulting in Pneu 1 oula or other lung troable whea Foleys Honey and Tar baa bees taken It not only stops the cough a but heals undjrirtngh s tbe lungs t Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offer D Ctt J Bishop of Aenew MJch tea uI have used Foleys Honey and Tar three very severe cases of paea moaia with good rewrite in every ase Sold by the Re1 Cross Draff Store t ft New Rajlrtal EstlHUtes Cp pfetei Mr W K Azbill and thOleJ interested wjth him in promoting our proposed new railroad fromIl mberlaud river by the way of Columbia and Lebanon to a point a n the Southern Railway have received the conpleted work ofI he engineer and are now to lay the matter bef re he fihianciersS t The actual survey of the route ftt as dnished last OctoJer andj since that time the expert enpir J neers have bOOn making bYDeI prints and estimates ofIl work that will have to be done before the road is completed This estimate shows every foot of f dirt and Stone that will have tQl be moved the size of every till j the length of all culverts trrJt ofIOIChcuve i number of bolts that will ber necessary And you can retdily i see what a Usk this has betIThe promoters are highly llwith the report Of ttot I engineers and claim that Itia fully up to the sundard of their most ama ine hope The yeeiMiUoo will aw Qtitc preaemkM towM will kmyasttf b i le4osy K biililgiM road I- bdsAsrhlLM lQM is- ly M coa entlqffl fNWa ijIIDFtcoo V In I One sutesCUi fOWal1 IJJtIJ ndwboo atkhUprOSO bet tist- MtiI u stY Wb lwJI ttbrlU druislita J JI f y BScltlTiQNI D t 8rieVoL KENTUCKY 4COUNTY 4f4n INii visitlniWrente if t H T f W L fy 11i tiea f c1Les t Ji e I If cf fl Ll niadEwitbRoy4Baking 1jc t j t t f Are Mcioot udwholeiome perfct lb tddirb kfUt food j r r j f Made in the morning no yeast oJ t i Ifdigestion tTo make a perfect buckwhearrcakciaH t k X a thousandother dainty diihe l eSiS iifji Royal Baker and Pastry CookA Mild lyl f ect9anyddreu 4 r I I OYAl SAlONS TOWOtH HEW I i wueeoesijoc l1 ITTTiTTTT rf TfTf yf f f fl yyf mjiiiBPlliitLiiMiiH iI r REVERSED The Kentucky Court of Appeals last week handed down an opinion revere big the Wa hingto Circuit Court in the divorce case of Jennie Barlow against Richard Barlow oriftInllase was tried hare last summer efore special Judge F R Fe land of Lawreceburg Mr Barlow had brought suit for- ivorce and alimony and the posession of their child against er husband Richard Barlow al legirfg cruel and inhuman treatment Barlow had charged his wife with infidelity The cset- tracted a good deall of attention wing to the prominence of the parw Jj FL4i- i afR- 1i ssof CrQ that Barlow failed to prove the charge against his wife and granted bern absolute divorce nd the castodj of her ctiilh but refused her alimony Both took an appeal Mrs Bar lows attorney cliiminar that she should be allowed alimony while Barlow pleaded the priviv leg of having comminication with the child The Cort dt Appeals in its opinion allows all any of 500 for Mrs Barlow ad also 1500 for tbejsupDrt Of the child The court alo allows Barlow the priyilege ot seeing he child at certain stated intervals The Barlows are well known people living in the Wester part of the couity sear MauL Urn Barlow is a aaw br pf the prominent Shha- aaily CpU NCIL MEETING Tbi new Board of City Couacimearmei pn last Saturday nihtat thaw oteca of W C McChord Mayor John V Lewis preoidisg d ther lteiag a full sttedinci of the board The appointing of minor city officers wat J deferred until the next regular meting at the board it being decided that the first thug to be done is- o MS to the laws of the towa Accordingly a conimitU CUM lofW Ott MrJbord jchair n and W K Robertson asd Conrad flertlein Will appointed k revise anti codify the pctlU ances already in force and to r3j others thought to be- eessary for the proper govern Inr of the town A number of reforms and meire looking othe sdvancemeat fthe ct1t- inierestJ are conteiaf atei bet the new board wilt aoiBga- sh and purposes HrjgteiP into Ihape all city oriiiMioM M to hayc everything done in regular order The regular etiags are Ixed for tpieoiidF- riday night fiaeach monthS COLD WINTERS The jtel Jo wwfj old weattier story isosskibtsd- y oar Hillaboro txtieeyoaileert a st e king of oold wiaAww Ito il i dy JM Settle related it ring incident ihai ooc red of8 J Ork- i onedob- yFi Xo s bOp W 4gb abooi 150 v4l- ia 1ia ods utlOPe- JiIIa b57 wU and Mit ext orai UWM aaawaHy I t t cold and bis logs failed Ito com 1 Ji up for feed arid alter some f or 4 days two of bis hogs came up Tiy1 and after hunting the woods joverhe could not lad the others ifc1 After the cod speU had broken Y jjup be was passikf through the tt tzardsorii t U1 1l t ifi about half way and that the tJffc hpfcs k35I gone iis there that ife night jto escape thel cold and fi smothered to death Mr Settle1 r bsipedhim cut ot the lag iand j j tI split it open to count the hogs 1fLlt Be saysthey wer wedged in as t trtight as they couldbei tTC- MLNG2IN t nKJI drb1 Du bea change in the well known fl1f local busioeM firm of cUlure4b Iifl1fIi Wells which iis to take effect im mkdately Mr McClure baa sold oat his interest tohjs part Ltn ar who wilL uke into the firsid l lhis brother Mr Chis Wells of fBkxjmfielfll The new ftrwin J continue business along theLaBa fjV line handling busgks farming Viiimplements co4 eti Mr McClure who radires has ofr tJi yet decided what busine r he v rftwilleHgajein lbBtiti iai tof be t t hopsd that he will de ide to re sininSpringfieldAs thetown Tl t i can ill afford to loset g clI 4j icitizcn as he V j y JtrrJ STOCKHOLDER MEE51Mr s A C KimbaUr ecreety t liCalled IMetingoftb- l seoclr l oldlws of ie WaehingtoHi eott Fair Cov for Saturdsf xtatil oclock at the Gotrt H wf SpviafffteUl bom im portMt bttsloes is to OO M ap tjIagwhchstoconsider pas tfor aokOag snoiher lair Oils iHot rkMproyftAeJjand otherwise durtnfi UM p hl few years asd it k U e 1nt + ffof UM pMctais to Kalie Joiirjfe t BMate lat tb exhibition from Jjf yeartoyearS vtt HUMTIHG ldoy lMit Witt ttReeiWlto COOfM tFt y iO ULIWyoaaiaf wriWtio bbs X LCXDUI that be wilt WjT ied ttiraish a letter for oar r Adere lONfrtIWJiilaieHiij ooud rtry He says Ut diDJJI b- on some hunfci lor ntoootoio J lioas but his litssi te b g7tiS d but lbs oM seoutst 01 4Wihllo r hU r on when ib y l more aw H tessfts tidI snow is Jyr 4p uW1 woedirs what thqsfeSpectng i a iMPROYBMKflSrl Pe pies Dpi it Bank iIs tjraodergOioi Lovement Jakhct use whIch wl11grs Iy to iu appevan aM essnience- ArLOhIli utcwss odt- IsstwMk pi IIS w pcecf JDkipl1It Soc Uw tmaad = 4 lug of the building The Jijt l r riilbe be anas soon as the plans are settled MeSMdress IS NEWSLEADER PWDiYIRY TVIAT 1 A Y ARIN ADVANCE f IItICPILD KY f z fc ALISON Jrf t u lWIRI notices 10 cents pe jqefltfflSe1tOfl BdMate and poUtia1matter 1 rperllR idr isOtIeat low rates but cash tl rWJidelheay igods AhTartWBg coHtrKCts made on liberal I DS OM4r Mil resolutions of jspcct prI4i 7 DOfI J i MyMstTtes t2o IMM4etOe5 lrIO TKURJ5DAY JANI8 I90 9rEPCNAL Mr F R Realspent Friday i L uisviI1e Mr D B Lake ws in Louis 7 T ile Taesday on business MiMjEstille Kelly of Louis 1irvlU was the gu2s1r6f MisS AF t ttjair Medley the first of the week r Mrs Haley is spending the iek withher husband as Wil 1 jbrgj where te iis engaged in iiaVainngthe new telephone ila4e vKrg Samuel VanArsdall WhO his been vliting Natives at Orensboro has returned home 4Mrs J R Durrett returned to her bcme at Bloomfied Tuesday after spending three weeks with Mrs M W Hyatt Miss Eli e Durrett is with her sister Mrs MV W Hyatt this week She will enter St Oath arines next Monday to remain until the close of th e school Miss Euphenia Wells of I Louisville has ftaken a position iwUhher brother as bcdkeeper iof the new firm s t iev G WLj on who has I been conducting the song ser vice for the union revival bethg t heidat Henderson will return horoe SaturdayS Miss Louise Sette of Maudt ws the j RueFt of friends iiu 0 Iuwiithe first of the week t Mr George F Clements ih quite sick at his h me and is not able to attend tQhis duties as Ilpfcd Superintendent Miss Maud Newbolt of Brad fordsyill is spending Ihewtek with her cousin Mrs N I 4 A anis Mr George Medley spent ffjnday with his family herf andjleft on Monday marring for a trip South Miss Roe Montgomery of Leb anon who bas been visiting Miss t MableThompson has retuined 4b jrie accompanied by Miss 1Thompsoni MrBen Spalding of Lebanon isi visiting his aunt Mrs T T- VSimms Jr Hon 0 lJ McCnord will be in Bowling Green tomoi row to at tend a sesson of the State Rail road Commission MissLizzie Bosley visited hfcr sster Mr Ho wad Nelson this week Miss Sadie Mayes has retum fvhoaie alter speeding two mon ht wjth the Misses Turpin atAmer i iiusGaJdisV Minerva Rayborh 01 t Mackville vcathe great of I er cousin Mrs B p Lake last Saturday Mr Chas Wells of B opmfitld vi ited big brother Mr TD VW Iisttfirstof the week fMLt William Huston and son of Fairfield spent the latter part of the week with Mrs T D WeBs Miss Fannie Smith has return dfioma visit to her cousin Mrs Garland Thompson tfi t nooj8vil1 1 Ii Misvs Mary 1 Sinrms is in Luuivi11ei or fi rMr Edwin Smith has gone to Chicago lo accept a postioh i Dr Glen Wood of New Hay er viled friends here Sunday- Miss Elizabeth WilliamSi olI LQpisyilJe is the guest of her brothers Kev W H Williams t Nr Oscar Curry spent Sun tday in Louisville Mr Oha sGreen iited frL Tends t Adldison the first of thif WSCspt WHEnglish the pop ar Anctibfteer of DanJJ MB BoflMiJr were inTtttown JI7sgtrday Miss Bell fit Fairfield return- I ed to St CiahrjniBsi Monday if after spending thrte weeks at Turn Mr John Jcn on in old4 citizen of this county rbutvno w Jiv 1Dgin Lcluisyille came YuttJast wlek tJ ifehHtld ndPlCfiijftTaK w lit Texas ilJIJji T r W BdLts of Dwenton ovlsit l her par nfs Mr S R Gray and wife lat week ftliF fltGe ri ivV Shuniy of Louisville was ip townyesterS day H J Frank Bay don SOIl of Mr Ben Haydon of the county has accepfl apositi nini tfiS store o J Jbo +E fJ M MY rl1 foakeis isiting Mr and MrsrBy ron Croaker MJSSI47iQi Mae Gaegory his returned from Beams otation wherexshe visited frunds HjBHScfQF Sale iwish to self pfiyafely my residence m Springffeld opposite thecGraded SchooT1 building This isia riewbuilding modern iin every respect and one of the most desirable houses in Springfield JJor luther particularst apply to TphnL Searcy Notice All persons jhving claims against the estate of Oliver Groake deceased will pleuse present samfe piOper1yoen tome al my lioe at Croa1es- Station on or before Feb 1st 1906 and same will be paM EVERETT GROAKE Administrator Taxpayers Notice AIL persons owing taxesto me as deputy sheriff are notified hat unless settlemelnt is made of same within 30 days that I will proceed against the property for collection fi0 J sY Osnoui 24t J Sheriff 1VC t ttL6sl t r Anice blacksow weighin- gabqnt2Opounds FinderVplease obtify S O McGill Forest View r Mr Walter iney of West Louisville is the guest of Miss Rose Medley bf this place at present t rvtr lice Ostorn off DayiessI amongfriendsand Miss Fioren40 Smith has beeti very sick withpndirmDniabutis fastimprOvinMr t Hamilton and Miss Miss Jessy Uarrico Lwere marridat St Rose churchMan prosrouslifef Mr James galley has gone to live with the Misses Carricoe since tbedeitnj of their brother Aidersoh H S Smith we are glad to see out after a llng sever spell of sickness The d gs made a raid nMrDick ObQrS afewseveral but were diven off tie fore any were killed Give us a dog law bht Jet the money go br public roads or tlere will be more 8heepkI1edby dog ihan aver were bpfOre for every man will report every sheep that dies killed by logs to get pay font Roy S iths11d a sow and five pigs to LeeSmith fdr 20 and two nice hog for 11 UurfSmthI Smitiboightye irod filly for OrJ fOLEYSII0MAN re Gtifai Prevents Pneumonia WiJLisbur t 4 1 Mr Winter Brawley and fani 4SJ1brokMrhis mevacatedby Ermie Bar low Mr Ifohn Reynolds arid wife have taKen rooms in the Hyatt property We welcome Mr and Mrs Reynolds in our midst MrJ W Jlnkins pent last week in Louisville oh business Rey J A Sims was called to GrapeVine last Saturday to preach the funeral of Mrsf John Lambert 1 V S Gibbs spent last week ing Boston t ForemanHaley and wife have taken rooms with Mr and Mys H B Greenwood and wjll spend the rest of their time in Our little village i Col Bright spent Sunday with friends at Maple HilL Mr Willfe Towlerl pent Saturday and 55upday with hi brother Hilary Towler1 in Springfield J T Sutherland iig confined to his room with tfco grip Miss T9ora H9rdin is also on the sick list We aVSgladtorepbrt Mis Myrtle Sutherland improving rapidly We uDderstanflthat we are to give up oarS present postmaster HB Greenwood Harry has made a splendid P M but pur friend J vI Sutherland will take his place as Mr Sutherland has been P M heretofore and we welcome him to his post again Mr John Wyccff of Mackviile Was in our midst Sunday WP Ghcatham and family Brooksyilie spent Sunday at LocustGrpve Drs M1 W Hyatt and Ro Bards of Springfield and S M Cume of Louisville and J B Yales paid a call to Dr W L Wells last week We reglad to rejport him better atthis writirig Miss Zelma Mcllvoy has reo turned toher home at Swet Ke treat one was accompanied by her grandmother Mrs Mary Mpllvpy t a i Miss J3lancSbiIIWS t last wee r jvith her sisters isles 44mes Pinkslohe ahd TutumVat Litsey Mr Buntin of McAfee was here onbt1siue5ltstivek IMr DanMellvbf piirsboro was here Sunday i PB and J T Prathej pass ed thrpugh our village Saturday enjroute to seetheir father who iis 14 at this writing i illt t Zioni Bcioes Mss Grant Hays and Glau diD Neal were in Chaplin ono day last week Mrs R ARussell jis visiting her sOD Mr Ge5 Russell att Asn Creek Misses Fannie and Rate Dav son spent several days last week ith their sister Mrs C M Williams Mr J L Williams arid wife spent Friday at the home of M- rJNJ Hays Mrs Kat4WjIliams and Miss Nora Bonia While butr in the interest of our schoolilast Friday came near happening toa serious accident The buggy in which they were riding broke down that isthofw3ntvheels seperat ed from the buggy leaving it and the occupants somewhat nearer old mother eJrtgBut for gentle horse which Mrs he1 iairs always drives the result might have been seriou as no harm was done it proved to ben laughablie affair Being near the residQ ce of Mr J B Hays assistance wa5 soon procured rand the parties went on Iheir a w joIaing Mr HOward Russell who left here for saveraVdajs visit to ret utiLes in Mercer county surprise ed hfsmOny fr1ftdSupOfl his re turn by bnngipg back with him his bride They were married at Harroqsburg Tuesday Jan 2d Mr Russell is d auccessul farm er of this rommunityr while the britfe whQ was Miss Mil Larue Nichols ofne Harrodsburg lsI 4i 434-y JUSt Received v JT A full line of Heinz bottled goods Try one oJ thefoJioWing 8 rQ Tomath OhiItM c i i Evaporated Horseradishl y tIndia Relish VV li Mustard Dressing V i i Sweat Ghu1insf ts tSour l ChuinS i t i w- I 1i iif1 A II 9 tIlI t Chow ChowJy s 4 fIeetaiid Sow Spiced Pioklesf Baked Beans efer1- 55jft i4 iI R rpemberthey re Heinz ti H Johnson KeCabe il I 1 z1iS TfL j zr p 1 t iIt Ujli A LLouIsvilleII1 e ODaily11 Y pPapei andd Thehe News F J I ift Leaderd ffor 22OO I J l f r a Itmited time w are able to Offer the readingi public the very best opportunity to secure a WIde awakedaily newspaper published in Louisville at a price so lowthat it is actually lessth p the white k paper ori which it is printed If you are taking the NewsLeader you can renew your subscription and 4 get the advantage of this offer 3 t Jfn tI J The SSubscriptionpt Price of thee Louisville Daily Herald iis 300 j i X The Subscription Price of the NewsLeader IS lOftI f JtS if r H We wiff send you bofh Papers for ffhe Yearrfforrr 200 1 If j 3ffi The Louisville Herald gives as good a market report as any paper published in Louisville and is handling a great deal of newsthat cannot be found in any other paper Thus offer is only made for a K r t 5 limited time ancTmay be withdrawn any week by the Herald so take advantage at oncel Send all Subscriptions to f r Jt KyVEi iT i a lady of many fine traits of character She tas maiyfrierds who wish their nrarricu life one of happi nss and prosperity The TattlerS Notice If you are indebed to the old firm of Rob r son Searcy yoU eheredynOLitled that a settle menrihust be madd oy Pebuary or accounts will be placed in the hands of an attorney Call at G D Robertson Cos1 store Robertson Searcy CANARY Richard Lankford of Urbana Iliinoi has been visiting t RfC Canarys for two weeks G W Rpbertson bought nine head of sheep from 1 A John son at 625 per head W S Litsey sold to Mr VanMeeter a IJLankford made a living trip to Lebanon Saturday l ftrMissLuly Johnson spent Sat urdayand Sunday with Mollie Taylor Mr Thomas Smothers of Maripn couiity spent two days at R C Canary s In jiestlOftOvcrcoDlc Indigesflonis easily overcome by the use o JKadol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy cMgfesis what you eat add gives the stomach a rcst allowffl it to recuperatq and grow fctroiif again Kodol lelioves indiKebtion belching of gas sour Htduiachj heart burn etc aiid enables tho dnestiye bran to transform lJf019 into the kind of rich red bltto that snakes health and strength Sold by all druggist PLEASANT GROVE As our fdjrmbr correspondent has left us for a 80diers life and wq regretvery much to loosp him And also his bright and newsy letters are miase1 from the columns of the NewsLeader so wo feel it our July to try and take his partns writer Not that we can cope wiih either his pen or thoughts but to only tell the many happenings of our society and business people which we think will afford us plenty of news as Pleasant Grove Jsat present flourishing Misses Mamie ionloy Pearl arid Ahniti Edelon are the guests of Miss Lrwania OCounor Messrs Prank Willett rid John Polin huvorouuned to St Maryfe college Mhs Roe Montgomery has re turned to hi r homb in Lebincin after a visit to MissM4tiCiTllOLn pson Miss Blanche Shirley i visit ing her sister Mrs ElderiJge Pinkston Messrs LoydColvin and Har rv Leacnmati were at Valley Hill ThursdayI + Mr Carl plel land was here from hyepsboro the guest of Miss EiixabptlrMae Gregory Mr and Mrs S O VapArs1 dall have returned home fron Owensboro after a weeks stay with theici dangb t MJSR Irf Williams I Miss Rdongonrvand Mr1 NatPhompson seile gnests vAt fcheiGrurldy Orphanage Sunda Mr and MrSH M Noe visit ed itr thehome btMry O V4n J Arifdal Suuday t MjjaNaffirie PPwhohaslieen visiUng fiyepds and relativesl in IJbujsiillQ hap rif turnedboJIleo J I J1lJrgt J1 l infgfr ends anu In Eb1- anon a t Mrs Mary Hines and daught er Agnes attended church at Willisburg Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Shirley were here Sunday guestsOf Mrs IL H Tatum Miss Sue Edgerton is visiting her aunt Mrs Kate Moran THE Two H UHlsboro 55The cold weather of last week kept people iin doors and t ews items are scarce and hard to find We are giadto repprt no sick in our community at present Mr Moss was in our midstlaslI week buying tobacco noV heard of but two crops that he bought and they were B H Mcllvoys for S86O per hundred and W M Hardin at the same price Jets Coulter shipped 10 tubs of tobacco to the city last week butwe have been unable to learn what price he received Rev P Walker the hu ting young minister otM E chprch at Mackviile was her last week looking after his flock and seeing that Ihey were well supplied with spirituall fool duringthese cold days He will hold a series of meeting at our chur has soon the weather will permit There iis some talk of us having o grocery in the near future and we hope that it will not result in talk but will be an actual go for nothing is more needed by our people The enterprise will be under the management of two of our most worthy citizeus who have the push and energy to make it a success Now if we can have the store and the pike that we all ne expecting our place will be surpassed by none We will thpn say goodbye Mr ThompsonvilleEfforts being made by a number of our citizens to have a saw mil locate on the croek here to saw lumber for several new barns as preparations are being made for a large crop of tooacco to bet put out again this year which calls for more barnroom and in order to meet the demands we will have to have a mill andl- anyone owning a milland would like to have a job of sawing could call on Feiix G NoelorB H Mcllvoy Votlre sorry to learn of the serious illness of Esq Isaiah Brathcr who Is sick at bis home near Pulliam Mr Pra her is widely known and is regarded as one of the most succpssful far sonseProfJplace are with him hiring his illness A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr Bo schce to handle her Campus Uncles Great CuretqThe l is a reliable iJiousehold medicine that will cure croup Jcoughs colds chilly sensations running eyes add nose sore throat and bronchia- laffectionsjthat will kfecp the childrea proof against aU contagious diseases qSuch a medicine is Boscliees Gerniaa Syrup which has a recprdof 35 years ia aUIJUpgeonIsumpGreen from the niece of the famous Dr Bpschee has extended to nil parts of the earth It baa big sales cverywhere it fTwo sizcf 25c dud 750 All druggists I Commissioners Sale Farmers Home Insurance COJ PuT- Equityivs Mike Bruner Deft By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit 19051inCpurthouseMONDAY JANUARY 22 190- 6at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to highest bidder at public aaction upon a credit of six months the following described property towit Two certain tracts or parcel of lard lying and being in Washington county Kyi it boing a part of the farm owned by Mike Bruner on March Ht 1903 said farm adjoins the farms then c wned by L Carey anf HofTertnau one of the said tracts 01 parcels of land upon which a lien u l herein jretained is land which is COy ered by the residence owned by thf defendant on March 11 1903 andiri 20feet wide and 40 feet long and tbi other tract is land which is coveref by the stock barn on said farm and L 40 feet wide and 32 eet long IAmount fo be raised 929 92 15 30 Total 45 22 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and havingthe force and effect of a bond Bidders wiUbe prepared to comply promptly with these terms MG LEA CHMAN MC W C C Eld W Ezra Sutherland who recently resigned his pastoral work in Warren county has ben called as County Evangelist of Cumberland county He will not accept and will still continue to scribble the news from this nechr of the woods each week for the News Leader Trading among our enter prising citizens has not bppn very briskduring the week The only ones weave hard of are a number Qf shoats sold to Seth ties Montgomery for 5c one plug horse lo Edgar Settles for 3 Mi s W E Sutherland bought a buggy for 25 Coroner J M Montgomery frOq1Spencerbeen to attend the funeral ofi Mrs Montgomerys father John suddenlytrom JF Settles hac moved from Poortown back to his place here We are yery glad tohave Mrl Settles and his estimabl family with us again Lucian Pinkston has moved on Mr I uncans arm Jessie Th mpon moved in the house vacated byF M Shew t maker W A Sparrow moves toI anqWilaiammade vacant by Sparrow Z P Loachman will move this week to Springfield where will he re main until spring when he will go lo Iowntb make it his home IeinIe 11coulucky we heard the following re t mark by a well po3tclruin lltPowers is tried by a Democraic t jury they will findhim guilty and if b Republican jjUry th y bYIaI rlsulleNowiwtof8hav IttoIt tionists iJ This was anew thought o us hut we ate inclined to think the gentleman was right and the next jury should be composed of Prohibitionists and whatever the TR It may be let him abide by it and letthe cost of our State cease in that trial Among the many bills propos ed in the Legislature we notice one knovi as the UDg LawHThis means the political deathsof its author or the experience Of the pattso verities us inmthinking that way Whenever a member dont ant to return hehsoljtoIrarne I St I DRAGGINGt down painsare a symptom of The most seriiusstrcioubleWhicbtcan attack a woman viz falling of the womb With thisIgenerally come irregular painful scanty or profuse periods Iwasteful weakening drains dreadful bac die headache i nervousness dizziness irritability tired feeling inability to walk loss of appetite color and beauty The cure is W CARD THE FEMALE REGULATOR fvthatof herbs l which exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs Carduf relieves pan regulates The menses stops drains and stimulates the yomb muscles id the womb up into place tri l lpullIt is a sure and permanent cure for all fpmate complaints h WRITE US A LETTER- Pat wide all timidity sad write freely and frankly In strictest conS deace telling na ill your ayraptomi adTiceIIrethem Addre Ladles Advtoery 00aMtaDoop SUFFERED left an J EtirCMTUME LErJllLEYJr I Livery 1 tb t Ril y r C Succ ss Haydon S Thompson J r J- Equipment Frs Class Feedivg and Btarting i o in Every Hjrstx ItS citti f J fri H Your Patronage Solicited iL s StableLocated Between the Depot and t Wall ri Hotel S Louisville is Booming VILLE THESE ABOUT pewlthn 350000 LOU1S FACTS WOIUDteToad handUng whisky sole heath cemM tt crs tv factory in tho world thi largesc soap aaocy S urtan L6uisTill Is s of BEAUTI FULHOMESl its city property 7h tldol stem In th United Static aM raazy m3E 44 the home of the WORLDSUEADINO CQIfcr it r MERCIALEnroll at this sc2eo4 itFdoTHOROUGH work and youll jitvsc b j In pont pcsitio in a bocming n t Iu LOUISVILLC KY Will ft en go put for good and and s we are inclinedto think there is one member iia be present Legislature that ii Hre d of the place and dont wlnfrtrle office again and fear hte p ojle might send him back again be came the author of thebill Irk prominentRepublican the bill thoughwaned by the politicalldeathwas overwhelming Re NovemberlelDemocrat and thus is the ate that follows the authors of the DogLawV f Hj j Foley CoV Chicago Honey and Tar as a throat originatedI ieatIand Tar man v imitations are oiBFertd for the Ask for Foleyi oney and Tar and refuse any ssb- titute offereo as no otherpreparatlon will give the same sattefactlOH It is ildly laxative JtoetaIB no opiate and k itfet for cblHrem as4delkte- as For salt by Tbt ldd Crest rug e toc t 4A I AWFUL pAlf yNaOmioIa my rftht and 8ide painfulIrregular Ifeelllkea JlewWOBIJl u4do jIot 1McIiclno New Firm J Tutney ors Respect Respectfully ih DOYOUKNOW linn dty MYiRTiSTRAnillllUKEUCtlLEIE always county tOiizoi jj genuine or J I1Tftxa t of Louiayilll il MrICt Ii J Dr Ha cbett and wife tofIT tham have moved iU our isii4si 4II Mr and Mrs JohttilllkHt lift tted the IftLterg p1rta Mr aM Mrs R J Ybui kf n Mr G4b Ifrtoii Sp oft i town was here o bu aiMwMa4i day I Mr John Hiwfate ot N 4ow county was herelatw k t tjtlflJ1i tioldwasat tjf how Off2parents Rev RI JXnrttim iM- wife J Sat1tday arid 8uisy veryWIlia i t tjbeIItbeuaas ihtt tief KM ftt tm Ihnyt talf trL tm 1tI r J f iJi RK8IDENT DEPiTIST H TEETH EXTRACTED i JTI HOUT PAIN 1 tWCTi H Block up starz iiJIIPRINGFIE D KY Jf ntar Work Strictly I fI tf Firitclasit 6Kjr H HAMPTON DR J C MtJDD LAMPTOK MUDD rn kJficI1Is1 Iud Surgeons j s over Haydons Drugstore iJw J FGRIGSBY A+TORNEY AJ LAW IK Gate over Peoples Bank pNGiELD KY ifftRoBARDS M W FYATT jriBARDS HYATT Pijsictins ml Surgeons k oMbe over McElloy Shullz 0R J11 H HOPPER ilPHYSICIAN and SURGEO PHONES Office Over Office 97 Hagans Grocery k sidenf71 JAMES GRACES PRACTICAL iatobukef and Jeweler Carries a line of Watches Clocks I 1andJewdryi Repairing a Spe cialty Located on Main Street opposite Presbyterian church Springfield Ky T ffc I WRDSTC PRACTICAL DENTIST V1 Office over Haydon Bather Dental work atreasonable prices Alljwork guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY JOhNJ Y MAYES lUMERAl utfiECTilfia AND LICENSED EMBAlMEfi ELEPHONE DAui9aNIGHT74 7 SPRISGHELD KY Rairoad Schedule Following is the time schedule ltnoV in effect on the Eardtown and Springfield branch railroad No 41Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 602 pm Bardstown 552 pm J arrives at Springbeld 645 pm 86 42 Leaves Springfield att 630 ft m j Bardstown 617 am 1Jards own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755amCf I43Leaves Louisville at- 730am Bards tow 0 Junction 980 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm JNo44 Leaves Springfield 120pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstpwji Junction 43wpm arrives at Louisville 545 pm o90 Sundays onlyLeaves SprJn field at 715 am Bards towm8 am Bardstown Junction 8ioam arrives at Louisville 935am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstowu V735 pmi arrives at Springfield 825 prov Tf BUSSMAIL FROM SjringfjeldiI j loiflshurg Leaves Springfield at 6 am arrIveS at Willisburg at 9 am leaves Willisburg 8 pm arrives Springfield 6 pm Passenger rate one way 50c Baggage extta Reasonable rates Freight- hauling Richard Riley EdsGargiy i Repair stopp J AJr kinds wood work and up hoJstering done Grain Cradles on bandfr sale I hive for sale now one newI hanl niade buggj new handmade gpriug wagon and a good iiCoa haudspving waso- nwlU work cheaply for the B nijr Alt ForJr fitritlv cash WIIL BOND Spi igfield Ky r r i r rr A CARPLOADOF LIVi vvIIPOULTRYI I 1f J i lt i t lJi 1 L Tit 0 BE DELIVERED FRIDAY j il i iio 1 Ii I iYj Iii11 pay for all poultry delivered at my place of business in Srii1gfieldon Fridayl b ff 4fT j January 19 the following prices t y 1 Jf tf t frcII-1 ttENSlOc lb ROOSTERS 5c 1lb TURKEYS He Ib GEESE 5lQo Ib DUCKS 9c II lb t1t tl make this advance iin the price in order to finish out my car so to get advantage of these prices you must bring your poultry in on Friday frt ih vv l L t I l IvIIH JONES t 2ft1i ii i 1 t t MJI raraSKHra ilOOflH f T T1tLocal Happenings of Interest1- II I YY The Freshest and Latest Ii I I e ICSeI I I SJ3UMWM Wff MMOO WMMS Oat meal in bulk at Johnson McUabes i Fresh Spring vegetables at McElroy fcrosl grocery Sealshipt oyster still lead McElroy Bros WANTED itgood tobacco tenant Apply to CD Miller Tbe VanArsdall hominy for sale at Johnson McCabest Try a canof Monarch plum pudding tFor saleby M Elroy Bros Afresh Supply of Oriole coca out just received by MoElroy Bros Ji Fresh fruit and vegetables Always on hand at Johnson JMcGabes Vese 1Hll reths original Vel vet caudy Try it its fine Mfc Elroy Bros For a good low priced baking powder tythe t C Sold only by McElroy Bros Try a bottle oft monarch tomato catsup i It is the best made for sale by McElroy Bros A good fresh milk cow for sale Enquire at liho Grundy Orphanage Booker Ky Chase and Sanborne coffees always reliable Always fresh cElroy Bros sole agents Lytle Kays Jbas sold his building lot on the Perry ville rOal to William head for 1600 cash MraI1d Mrs Cj Haydon were made happy by the arrival of a new boy Sunday morning We carry everything inoanned goods and guarantee satisfaction McElroy Bros WANTEDiA barrel q1j good country cider vinegar fej Thomas Try a bottle pf Monarch To mathf catsup T ebest made ioYsaleat McElrbyBros gro cery Fon 4LEA goods Jersey milk0oMgiviog about fou- rgalIbnofmjlk per day with calf about two weeks old HM ONAN If you want chinasea us We can make you some prices that will interest you McElroy Bros WANTEDYour country pro duce Highest prices allowed Johnson McCabe WANTED First class colored cool1wae25O per week Ap ply to TJ Miller Willisburg Ky MrJ W Bush has bought of M H Jones a lot on Virginia Avenue adjoining the Bush residences for 250IThe marI1 age of Miss Jessie Carrico and Mr Garland Hamil ton both of this county was Solemnized at St Rose atj I1 oclock Wednesday afternoon IMr John Holderman and Miss Tillie Hall surprised their friends by driving to Texas and being married Tuesday afternoon Rev J W officiatingf An election of officers of the Presbyterian church will be held next Sabbath folio wing the regular service The pastor de sires all the members of the church to be present W P 3 awrence has bought of Mrs Sarah Simms a lot 150 by 300 feet on Lebanon street for 500 Mr Lawrence contem plates erecting two dwellings on the property The Otterbein Quartette appeared at the Opera House here last Monday betore a large audience The performance was the best of ts kind ever given in Springfield The singing of the men vas excellent and elicited much applause Whayne Yaste was brought before Judge Litsey on Saturday on the charge of killing a hog the property of another Ben Duncan was the owner pf the jog and he charged Yaste with having made way with it The evidence produced failed in the opinion of the court to sustain the charge and the prisoner was dismissed The sever wind storm which blew across this county en last Monday night did considerable damage to fencing and bans and caused general alarm The roof the tobacco barn on S R Grays place on the Lebanon road was blown off and several large trees oosS Guard Against Colds Colds lead on to tonsilitis tonsilitis to impairment of the lungs and impair melat of the lungs to that most dreadful disease Deadly Consumption 0harderl cure consumption Get our Mentholated Cough Syrup and keep it on hand Prom abies upit wilLsave expense CIJj HAYDON CORNER DRUG STORE near his house were uprooted One of the tobacco barns on H- eM 0 Nans place also lost part of its roof and the storm did considerable damage to the to bacco hanging therein Mr R E Luster can old and highly respected resident of the Deep Creek neighborhood this county died at his home on Tues day Jan 9th and was buried on Thursday at Deep Creek church Rev R L Purdom conducting tile funeral services The deceased was 75 years of age and died within a mile of the place he was born He was an honorable and highly respected mum He leaves a wife and ten chil dren His wife was so ill with pneumonia at the time of her husbands death that she was not told of ity until several days afterwards The marriage of Miss Sallie Ross to Mr Frank Gray was solemnized Wednesday at high noon by an impressive ceremony Wilelliams at the residence of Mr Byron Croafce in the presence of a fewintimate friends and the immediate families The bride was becomingly attired in a gray gown with hat and gloves tor match while the groom wore the regulation suit of black Immediately after the ceremony Mr land Mrs Gray drove to their home where the friends anti near relaliyes had assembled and prepared a sumptuous re- pastfor the happy conple The bride is a popular school teacher of the country and the groom is One of the countys substantial farmers i WharLton had a narrow escape from drowning and received a severe ducking while fording LoqgRun creek in the Texas neighborhood Mr Gabe Wharton acconpan led by his brother had been in the Potsville neighborhood on business and was late starting home When they reached Long Rnn it was considerably swollen by the recent rain The road follows the bed of the creek for a considerable distance and it was while driving down it that the buggy was driven into deep water and overturned The Measrs Wharton were dumped into deep water but managed to cling to the buggy and climb in to shallow wetter The horse be came entangled in the harness and the wrecked buggy and it was only after the hardest kind of work that the animal was saved It hag become so ex hausted from the cold water and fromitsstruggles that it was perfectly helpless When dragged from its perilous position The Mefsrs Wharton took refuge in a neighboring house where they spent the the night dryingout Entertained City Attorney W F Grigsby was host at a duck supper served at Hertleins on last Thursday evening iin honor of the incoming and the outgoing city officials and the representatives of the local press There were just fifteen guests to assemble around j the festal board to partake of the many things offered by Mrs Hertlein the cheif feature of which was duck roasted and flavored in a manner to tickle the palate of the most fastidious After the assembled company had done full justice to the feast and had pattake of duck until even Dr Smock was ready totquack speeches were called I for from those who were able to get to their feet 4+ 443+ 4 I 1ti 1 t H In order to make rcorn for our Spring stock we are = making prices on certain lines of goods which will move S them f 1000 Yards of Apron gingham at 4 cents to close out Best Calicoesat5 cents White waist Roiods beautiful Pat termn at e Sthan cost si i Furs and WinterClJaksiiat 50 per cent have a f iw pieces of Matting that we will sell at your go4In tt Grundy Mclntire I Mayor JohnW Lewis as1 urgedto give his views on ducks and on other subjects but hesi tated until his attention was called to the fact that no excuse would be accepted and the fact that he wore a white vest was enough to convict him Mayor Lewis thereupon responded in a good humored talk in which he expressed his appreciation of the honor of being Mayor of Springfield and a favored guest at such a dick supper Councilmen W C McChord when called upon said he was perfectly willing to speak but he had nothing to say that he was at sea Mr Mc Chord accepted the suggestion that the duck was responsible for his being at sea and called for some of the members of the outgoing Board of Council to ex plain the advantages of a choke bore sewer ExMayor Dr Smock arose to defend his admin istration on the chokebore sewer question and he probably would have succeeded in convincing those present of the superiority of a sewer which is a smaller at its outlet than at the upper end had he not become sadly embarrassed by a storm of weighty questions and suggestions Councilman Conrad Hertlein finally shifted the responsibility of the chokebore sewer onto the shoulders of the City Engineer and as that official was not pres ent to defend himself the matter was rested Councilman C A Thompson was called qhto take the negative side of the question Resolved that the city license for saloons in Spring field should be raised from 250 to 5000 a year Mr Thomp son offered some strong arguments in favor of his side of the question the most convincing of which was the probability of an increase in the price of drinks from three for a quarter to twentyfive cents each which he declared would result in the event of an increase in the saloon license City Attorney and Host W F Grigaby made a few re marks in which he expressed his apIpreciation hospitality after adopting a resolution to he tiffecfc that Mrs Hertleia surpawed in the art of duck cooking the company dispersed r A fw jjreising sacks 4comonasand outing gowns left to close out at bargain prices Cotton and woolen blankets at greatly i educed prices f discount LosTOn the road between w FJJpokers and town 80 in paper moeyvJRetUrn to county clerks oftl e and getreaard Fonza Mu33r J JiMentrian Saturday January the 18th the death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Ed Janes and took to a better home little Sarah their youngest daughter She was a delicate child all her brief life of seventeen months but was very bright and interest ing A vacancy is felt in the home a soreness in the hearts which God alone can fill and heal The Master saw that this frail bud could not stand the rotigh storms of this world so he trans planted it to the garden above where it could flourish in the sunshine of His love Jesus said Suffer the little children and to forbid them not to come unto mefQr of mich 13 Kingdom of heaven The bereavedparentS have the sympathy of all their friends and neighbors They have a sweet little daughter left which we hope may be spared to be a blessing to them While the little one that is taken has gone before thus leading their thoughts and affections above Nearer my God to ttieeTiearer to thee though it be a cross that leadeth me May our heavenly Father comfort them in their sorrow isthe prayer pfA4 FRIEND social Military Sale fry ild Saturday It will pay you to call at the Knott Millinery Cos room and- S 6 the hats that sold for 300 now 100 Hats that were 150 now 50 All our handsome trimmed hats at half price DontfaUto see these bargains tW KNdTlMILLINERY Co 1111 Site I will selVlt publie outcry at 1 oclock dn IfUday Jan 22 County Court day A tine bed room suit of furniture that cost 45 belonging to Mr JG Mans field The juit consists of abed dresser andjwash stand It can be seen iatIDY furniture room SM Campbell Auctioneer fIOImlllllrwrAa I Mfe i 9IWs PPIPNI fJJ T f ttMAKES OLD THINGS NEW EI4IIIka woi4er J ItwW1UketMI Wyc1hoItae11iIIe1ika3IeIr flIsMflfl jaaldflg tefiaaliing rreTftnmluii et lytiliiirrciytty Jit i not toraah kt IIttt1 sarfaceood and dei taer Txnldiag 1IptM IirdIt original finiit mad i igt brighter tlum LzL ever ItkppUecl itb a ccc b r 1 FmiK dottfaod aw experie ice is xeccfMuy Ns drying to wait for Etenoreall 1Cr tcfae IIIIriii stains dirt dtdlae It can be appiied j to any ikwith teIa1ta 1fat ural Iooi Mirdl M njcolocof pdnt wifi ii c bebettcrfcraa ol V iiEIaKrw11t11fl1roeeefltheIobeautifu1 toaim Wi11 ethatJIDlook from tie Piano and other Mahogany aDd1dp1y bee icla1 to Gok1ea QakWhjte F e1Gilt snutotW cvCUM Mtr felk at 50 cents a bottle a 4 a fcottk k Kgkto H rowratetteoriinarylwcic Try itud youwiJ1j fOwajrlmj ft 4 A f IV trli bot at aoLD BY H The Red Cross Drtig Store i 88QOOOQ ooQO QQQO0 LADIES DRESS SKIRT 2 PIEaaj We rSNOffering choice of our entire stock of th3k 5Sgso styls iIfl Sre s Skirts at a sacrifice Qt ToCleaflupthe MM H1 K They wont stay with us long at this 4 pride so act quickly and get the btbargain every offered In this line FURS 12 P ICE This is another rare bargain which ire are loffeciiarfcr ashorttmeonlyI ji f LOCPFursgQ for fyc f r t 50y 7 4 20 I 5 t 51Jt U 2 4 1000 5 Ladies Cloaks Suite and Ram CoaU it sacrifice prtce One lot of Childrens Qloaks at 12 ric Mefts a Boys Clothing at costatd lesithanct f BARGAINS IN EYBRY EPARTIBN We cordially incite you to call I oOoGoOob RQBERI8O HIWS iJltIlusltlaLsJtuJ1cj jIke first NatwiaiI Bank SPRINGFIELD XY liapfaI 540 SKrphIs aNd LJ4ivl44 s M0 OFFICERS 1 1 Lttse7eIlEOt oht V LewIaVkPreuUea A McElroy CaikIer Ii s cMv nt 3sakier L- 1oaterr BoohKcer DIRECTORS B r4 I tUey J W Lewl 8d y Grin F p- bell R H Edelea H If Qruadr J O Poii Wegrateveryi favor cdasktept wftfc buk Yrne reapcctf ally solicIted r ICILIANALWhy lot stop thli ftlllnf of your heir At this rate you will soon be without any hairt Just remember that Halls Hair Renewer stops falling hair and males hair grow VPKarMStC slf Gtt The DIed r The family of the 1ate J W Linnty of Danville feeterday came into pon Wjtjtn otlftQQ eeree ILinletatp hla at IMC degUv at Out u iVwa not worth a greet WDahed jgyiug poaif tw b beenoyad with fe bottle and lrnt the deed CWkttw wbcte drop Slice 4mb ttie Mtter wat placed mvUkDd otA1torMY Henry JaelnMof thv citj whohas 1 WOrki B1hecue tn iteftvoHiix to wcttrf ar w dW aid fomprooiiM UM qttMtiioQ of t taxatkm The dked jras sccared Taxis for ibree years were paid SM hs IIUs iaDOwde r The tmdli M rOabOrclMird and 4 die uBBMd a4 vicinity of PrippmirSpriiiff a 4 u reputed to be worth fiO per acre or Ili pOO inut1e axcregate The eIJl1llpriOtlt the Ihtri 4POOsM neceaear to mqkw baJHiwith cler title dt Mieh MMll otttlajr s quite a eiM tioiettt to Attorny Jack 4sI IplMiUy There are diildrea saoii whom the MNwtwilM divkkd Danville NenI IJkeroftbe r Stoiicji bTlpNa Mature MM D4iac isew R4Ca4e aiHl Cure It cUtotr of tb tooiach may exist Ir jWrt wltcout very marked ywfHofM excepting thos CAtMtdl bf iIdigstior I 1I Im good ha1th the stomach jh81astricjffljMwriMW w b diy nourished 4 t4t rfetive fluids act upon iaswat aaupofl the focd keep ihMT F 4 tH perforation of thei itqmaeb occurs In advanced V stomachetoitr k Much discumfort after M ft With a coatannawing Maattop between meals pain IroiB the pit of the stomach tack to tfct shoulcler blade bAt the fir ayttptoms of mdi ffflttioB treatment should at once wltedwith Miio na This is V a ci otffic remedy adapted spa ciicaljy to one purpose the cure of atCMiach troubles It is so forJYiucCMsfnl that The R 4 Grow Drug Store give a fiKdt 1arsaWe wjlb eyery 50 c t box ihat the money will lie r f refii ded if it does not euro ii Commisf loners Salef v i glile Farmers Bank of Chap Iln eta PUTs 13ial s Consolidated causes in Equity 4 E35un Shields et al DIts y vIrtu a of a Judgment and order CircuitCOrt153 in the above style cause I iall CourtHoosi MONDAY JANUARY 22 1906 jt rCOURtsh1ghtbtclder4 upon a followingdescribed A certain tract or parcel of land ly181 and benin Washrngtuncoun ty Ky and bjanded as follows Oi the south by the lands of Frank Shields on the West and North by Chaplin River on the East by the lajwU of Everett Parish containing loo acres more or less i Amount to be raisedv Homestead 1000 00 Debts 81971 Interest and cost 000 ll U Totalto be raIsed 1939 71 For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or secureties must execute hand bearing legal interest from da- teJiof4 sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly Teih these terms R O LEACHMAN M C W C C f lndRgUras iBqirea vnro or chased brass of nii3 kind Bidy be cleaned thus AVush well Sritiihot water juid soap and dry thor fbljthcn rub all over with a lemon ciitIu half Wlien It looks quite rl ewell in warm water dry o lStiwltll a chamois leather clemI J 11 work of any kind should not be t wlti powder P4mt en Velvet Oly the lightest weight aypllcatlont ifce id be used in cleauiug vliitoribhon Veiret ibid of these nuigncshi is deem d ike beet Dust fairly wcUon the vel yet Let remain a little while and itake If the nnpJ Is flattened place a wet toa a hot iron and run the Ttiret NflMly ever It and the nap will b El J 1lteXwCMibw gfeoekf be istoretl for six or Tliey1iWlJItlMill iiwlythaB1fMA lighted at once Dric rimfe peel allowed to burn Ina will Wave a pleasant fresh Mwt ttrit MI Wack cloth will disip TH 1f M urtjiwAwItii a raw potato pI4i ab i 1PMr e hot water p ail tk wU cur thee serape + 1II tWaA Mrtrcl waters hv MttT M ukd w U Mlted gtf M t bsbft i aita tUiMMMl 0 top IQR THE HOUSEWIFE 4Y Sf JIij matter Mw much eMWhwd gs eat afft bmust hecsiarlly spsd a Is ot their tI1iu ose- It lr Most Importaot therefore that the rooms In which they live should be well v ntllted The swrwt way of do lag tiii ii for the mother vto bpen wls dews bsq and bottom and doors as wxm teethe children are out of me room jQliHdrek breathe jaore rapidly than gr wn people and for that reaso It Is 1noit Impbl1n that1jheIrrqoma shoUld be well aired The Titalitol Infants is lowered by lIed air The baby should take his daily nap in aIroom where all the windows are open Ltlt thC bed shouLda9 f lit winter as welfG s Umme1 the air in the 8leeplnir roomsviciuldfbe fresh andpureV A riji iV Simple Newralsrla Cure slm1plI blood Tliejremedy istG cents worth of carbonate of iron sold hcand the dose is a pinch in n tcas poonful of mo lasses taken at night lust when the patient is ready for bed Take it till the pafn ceases and that will general ly be after theiiitrdnightThere Is nS disagreeable taste and no danger to the teeth since carbonate of iron is not of the add family Serviceable GIBe A pot Of glue which may be used without heating except on n very cold Ohy is always a convenient thing to uaVe ha the household tool chest for immediate use Dissolve onehalf a cupful of the best glue in one and one half teacupfuls of water add one tea cupful of rather strong vinegar and ml thoroughly Turn into ajar seal closely and keep in a dark place or in icoveiedtodlcbesti tCranberry Foi Whip the whites of foir eggs to a stIlT snow With a plnch find a cupful of powdered sugar Then add a teaspoonful at a time twothirds ot- a cppful qf cranberry jelly continuing to bent until the Jelly Is thoroughly in eorporated and the mass is very light SeryeIn sherbet glasses or custard cups with n teaspoonful of whipped cream ontopqf each v To Cook Beets In cookln beets they should be trim med as little as possible before bon- Ing great care belngtaken not to cut oft tile little rootlets bt fibers in order that they may notbl edimd so lose a great 3eal of their juice and brilliant coloring matter which vinegar by the way intensifies though when used for medicinal purposes it would be better omitted J Braved Duatpan The conventional design of the dust pan has at last been modified by the application qf soue common sense The novel feature is In drop In the front edge so that dust once swept into the pan cannot drop or be accidentally car red out on the brush when the latter Is 2JEW DUSTTAK being used The straight edge front and fiat bottom enable the pan to bo uSed without tilting It will be noted that the drop does not occur at the extreme front edge of tho pan but some distance behind at tho rear Of the lip so that the latter Is always on the flat oil the floor wliearln use IlIeflat oUlom fe permits of tIle pan being st 00 on the floor al lowing thesjfgpc to havfe both hands JfreeJ f tiio manipulation of tho brooD Irons ia haIrs TMeOi ANCIENT COOKERY IZoir Meals Were rAparcil and Serr ed In Chaacera Time An ancient cjoofcboolcl lids been dis covered written in the English of Chau ers time wjblch was published about 1090 It Is called The Form of Cury flQd contains li6 recipes Ac ccfrdlhg to the preface It tedilth a man for to make commune potage commune meetls for howshold as they should be made craftly and holsomly Judging from the spicing and season lug iindigestion must have been n dig iaie uukupwn to the fourteenth en- lhf3 Garlic vinegar cloves cinna mon wine dud even ale appear Jn al most every recipe and jt appalling quantities l orexamp11r a salat was made of phrsel sawgc garlic chlbollea young o lons leek borage myntes fend ton tresses cresses rew rosmayre piicslayne lave washo hem cleue pike hem pluck hem smalc with thyii honde myng mix hem well with rawe olle Lay on vinegar salt serve It forth Pork seems to have been the favorite meat with the Englishmen of this century And this Is not str tnff iviiii Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble J Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls bouirsges and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon cf e disappear when the kid neys are out of order Iordiseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent Vr l thatlt Is not uncommon J bra child to be born D afflicted with weak kid = neys If tfe child urin iales too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child Chesan age when It should be able toi control the passage it is yet afflicted with bed wetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first tep should be towards tIe treatment of these Important organs This unpleasantt trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladde and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mls erable with kidney and blider trouble remedyTheSwMWf Root issoon realized It is sold by drufflati In fifty fCT cent and one dollar iM Yyhive a HRIpIoeM by hidii frs lo pnpMet tel1a- Wabout ReeIJ itific1utHi j tile alrrrr OI ttoii Im1iiheclv- hin IiW 1J cltk2g DXtrmer GtINJRiK Y INaN J Igijo piti inThat swH ta drugstlaid1 prominentJ Emulsiqp 7 sh0 rBJti9ieJj ago As a rule we dont useor referiotfestimontals lin addrsing public but the a1rrnark and i lit i1 ar preons are made spxiDiften m connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to oldage Scpttls Emulsion offa eliablhl rneans of remedying improper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh ind vitaiityand repairing oflScottsi the1Oln1111jionit does through nourish menthe kind of nourishment that cannot be oh- taineii in ordinary food No system iB too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion anclgather good from it V will tend you a sample free Bc sore that tbU picture nth form ol anb1nonticwappc- YtrJof bottle of Emuioa you KT SCOTT BOWHE Chemists 409 Pearl StNY t 50caadn alldroreWs Irvbc icuiemocrjj rncir tuscc rur spice strong flavors and cloying sweets Veal comes next in popularity but heefls not mohtloned In one pf timlOG recipes One Is amazed at the populari ty of the whale grampus seal swan crane heron and peacock The swan wag served up In royal style and vows of chivalry were made upon It It was skewered and roasted In a sitting posture Say the directions Make a stillI bed of paste about the thickness your thumb color it green comb ofI out and it will look like a meadow of green grass Take your swan and gild him over with gold then have a kind of loose flying cloak of a vermilion color within and painted with arms without then set the swan upon this bed cover some part of him with tho cloak stick about him small banncrs tipon little sticks the banners painted with the arms most agreeable ta the persons seated at the table At n grand feast when Edward I nlghted his Eldest son on the eve of his Scottish expeditious two swans gorgeously caparisoned were introduc ed with a flourish of trumpets Upon them the king swore in the presence of God and the ladles that lie would avenge the death of John Coinyu and the perfidy of Robert Bruce But In spite of tb popularity of the swan for great occasions ifwnsho peacock which in the romantic IP T gunge of the age of chiLus the food of lovers tmJgsis meat of klnqsj na flJLlrediuiiie festal boriid with liTS gorgeou3 feathered skin skewered around his roasted body One very popular concoction was called tarts of flesh and the quaint recipe reads Take veal Ysode and grind it small Take hard ayrcn ygodc boiled eggs ygrounde thereto put prunes hoDle dates ycarved pynos seed found In pines coned common In Italyj raisins corrauce hool spices powder salt sugar make a llttell coffin do this fars therein take serve It forth Another much richer tart was made thus limy the park siuale In a mortar Take fygges boll themtendre in small alt 4 bray them tendre cheese therewith pepper salt aaron Then take sugar ayren eggs flour make a paste with a roller tlianne make thereof smale pellets fry them braun In clean grece Though the oyster was known and eaten In the fourteenth century It was thought to lack flavor so they seethed It in wine with ground almonds and rice powdered ginger sugar and mace A curious thing about old CooKer books Is their silence concerning quan tHy Take plgges yscalded take heIrs tale conyngefj or rabbits is all the Information which Is given Betrothal In Ilollnitil In certain parts of Holla ud when a young man thinks he loves a girl he asks her for amitch to light his cigar at the door of tlio beloved ones hoine This is done to let the parents know that somcthuig is intended and If the visit Is repented antI the same thing occurs no doubt is left In the mlnd of the girls parents and they Immediate Iy proceits to Investigate the young mans character and antecedents When ha calls a third time they tire prepared to give him an answer If his ult Is looked upon favorably he la giv enn match If refused be produces his own match lights Ills cigar and walks sway If a favorable answer Is given he steps forward and joins hands with the girl While the engagement Is by no means a settled fact even at this Important stage It Is stated as a truth that If ou the occasion of the young mans third Visit his inamorata offers him a second cigar and he smokes It in the house the engagement Is never canceled t Work uml the Ujea The Inttueupe of occupations upon the eyesight 1s strikingly Illustrated ly statistics collected among the schools of Germany and France In Germany fj or11thoscprofessions suffer more Or iess from tmyopia or shortness of sight whereas famoug laborers the percentage drops Ito C and among peasants to only n half of I percent jThc remarkablo groTCtb of myopia with increase of attention demanded bY school work Is indicated by the fa6t that the eyes of only 0 per cent 9 t the scholars In the primary schools of France are affected but those of more than iO pet cent In the TtolI11mmniyopla in the lower grades 32 per cent Iutthe thirdl grade nudJS5percenttID- the unc J M 1 =t r 4- jjjjjj io MARVELS AT EiapBES 1LIGHTNINGtI GIFTEDBYKATURE i l1 t 1 rrrejlVoyB VVfcaie Peculiar Taleata IAttraeteil j era1AttentIon4Suae- f tile DlMc1t Teat Thrangk Wkick ITJlJy Passed Saccesfa1ly- George Parker Bidder was born Ja 1800 at Iorton Hampstead In Devon shire where his father carried on a small business as a stonemason Athe early age of four he showed a most ex traordlnary ability for calculation which with slight assistance from aii elder brother assumed quite phfeuoin tnlentsIhis father found It a much uiore prof itable eiiipjoymeutj to carry his son about tile country and exhibit him as tIle calculating phenomenon thau folr I youngri astonishing the different people who came to question him by the wonderful f rapidity with which he was able to answeK without extcraaUiId 6f any description the host difficult ques tions1 Of those the following are a few of the most extraordinary examples If a flea spring two feet and three Inches In every hop how many hops must it take to go around the world the circumference being 2ii20 miles and how long would It be performing the journey allowing It to tithe sixty hops every minute without ilntermls slou Answer 53713600 hops and f minIutescatl1edralltobothe gilding cost at 8pence per square Inch Answer 237 lOa Id The following in one minute and twenty seconds Suppose a cityrtp be luminated with 0J99 lamps each lamp to Consume one pint of oil every four hours In succession how many gal Ions would they consume In forty years Answer 1094800 gallons Another curious question was Sup pose the earth to consist df 917000000 Inhabitants and suppose they die hi thirty years and four months how many have returned to dust since the time of Adam computing It to be 5850 years Multiply the answer by 99 During one of his exhibition tours fortunately for the lad his perform ances attracted the attention of eminent scholars who after maklqg in qulrles subsequently undertook his education He was attached td the ordnance survey for a short time anT afterward was associated with Ste pbonsou the great engineer Some years after he entered parlia ment anti numerous stories are extant of his wonderful skill In detecting a fhyw In some elaborate sets of calcula t9lupgetwould establish bis own case by arguments based upon mathemat ical data possiblyl only at the moment placed before him Jt Is said that on cne occasion an opposing counsel asked that he might not bo allowed to remain groundIqualities that did not place his opponents on a fair footing After taking a leading part In many Important engineering works he died at Dartmouth Sept 20 1878 Anotherfflf these extraordinary chil dron between whom anti Bidder liOn ors were almost equally divided was leech Colburn born at Cabot Vt Sept 1 1804 Signs of his wonderful power appeared at a very tender age The rhisone day fa fie r him repeating the prod UctTfr sovr rnl numbers although nf the time he had received no other Instruc tion than such as could bo obtained at a small country school whose curricu lum did not Include writing or cipher lug He thereupon prQposed a variety of arithmetical questionsl to lila pon all of which the child answered with re markable faclllry and correctness At the age of eight the boy was able to solve mbst difficult questions by the mere operation of his mind Many persons of the first eminence r their knowledge Jn mathematics mantle a point of seeing and conversing will him and they proposed to him ft great Variety of questions to test his mart volous powers Among them were the following Give the square root of 099999 Aft er hesitating a little ho replied 999999 000001 ond observed that lie produced IbIs result by multiplying the square of 37037 by the square of 27 lIe was then asked to multiply the answer twice by 49 and once byP25 a task which he accomplished successfully though the answer consists of seven teen figures Name the cube root of 4139fl33ia 077 To this he gave the correct an Hwer In five seconds How many times would a coach wheel twelve foot In cIrcumference turn around In 230 miles and hbW many minutes In fortyeight years To the first he replied In two seconds 112040 and to the second be fore the question could be written down 25228800 What are the faa tors of 247483 To thlaMio replied 941 and 2C3 wl tch are the only factors London Globe i Oddly Exiirecil In one of hh letters William Brookfield tells how as school Inspector he had to give an examination on physical science What was I to do I knew nothing about hydrogen or oxygen or any other ton So I cot theta a paper OnoIotInto hot water WI you were In a pro tt550 porsplmutiirt III n DuO War Johnny I wish my folks would agree upon one thing anti not keep Inc all the time Jn a worry Tommy Whnt have they boon doing now Johnny Mother wont lot me stand on my head and dad is all the lime Cuss- Ing because F wear my shoes out so fast i The ninny The ring of sincerity was In Ills voice when ho told meof his love It should have been In his hand A ring In the hand la worth two in tho voice Houston pst Good For Evil Mrs Gawkcr Tlio coal marl left hid bill buSpohn he has given us short weight GaJkr Wen Ill give him long waltSpew York Press flc who murmurs against his condi whoIl comprehend t1JJI KWMM aud mdliiJj iLL IrJ oUt Art That Flourished Before the Bay of HIstorj Io tell the whole story of the art of making toys lt irould first be uecessary t1 find some means of explorlrifftmt ages that antedate history Tile love of toys Is as instinctive as It is Universal No barbarous land has yet been found which was30 uncivilized that its chill dren dld lot have their pjqy things shapelcssalid cluiiisy perhap but still capaUfecuiqilingrrtlje purposetbere1a wh tHet r C1C9t no ecoiofqiy Lime when Ittle one have iiot possesserfsome kl ilot pnp pets with vhlchftheylmight divert them solves Archaeologists In delvjng among the torabsof ancient Greece find Egypt made the surprising discovery that the art of toymnkiug wasnot oi ly known but If actf attained a hIgh ell 1ce of dc vopmont fls tar back as 3000 years ag In thioie days bQth Grcclnn and EgVptlan children had their1 dolls and they were jointed dolls ut that As compared with the magnificently attic ed French conceptions of present tiujp they were crude inventions ot- JtrSQ Their bodies were made of wood of clay or of stone and their little limbs were wee laths fastened to the body by means otn wire The carving of the bodies however was not badly done and many a child since that time bas been glad to mother a more unsightly doll By the aide of the dolls of the Chil dren of ancient Egypt the archaeolo glsts uneartiied other playthings vjjilch children still love to possess the dolls fumlture the utensils for cooking and what Iscv6n more interesting from an antiquarians point of view the articles used in time making of sacrifices cleverly duplicated in mluiatufe that ttye dull dren might be able to conduct their dolls through the ritual of their rell glom exercises a circumstance that sug gests that the word sacrilege hail not then the same meaning which it has to day It is a long step from the year 3000 B C to the fifteenth or sixteenth cen tury but it was within that time that the art of toymaking was both brought ton high state of perfection und then once more forgotten Like other arts It could not survive the neglect and vandalism of that period known nsthe dark ages Just what the children used playthings during these long centuries of darkness and Ignorance one can only surmise but it is safe to say that they found things to play with not only because the making of toys was one of the first objects to which man difvotod his attentions when h6 plunged into the renewed activities of the renaissance but also for tile reasOn that as the psychologists have recently taught us playthings are and alwAys have been quite as uecessary constituent of human health nUll de velopment as food and medicine In other words children crave toys because It is natural for them to want them They need thlpantI to deprive them of these pleasures would be to retard their pIogress in their work of becoming men and women PublK Opinion Where Marriage Par 7 Married popple have the best of It In ocean traveling said a sea captain for they have a stateroom to them selves People traveling alone unless they are willing to pay a good deal ex tra have to sleep In the same room with strangers nn unpleasant thing Sonic of these lone travelers to se tCure privacy pay extra fare Others many many otherstry ttp secure pri vacy by giving us lies instead of money IJr One mni will tell the ehjofsteward that he has an iuIQrttiesnoPe An bJhefwTlls7iy he iis subject to epileptic attacks wherein in the small hours he becomes a Shrieking anti dangerous maniac Another will say that in the throes of acute seasickness from the beglimlng ot the voyage to the end he fills the cabin day and night with dis noises No matter They all have to share tlitMr tsfntorooms with strangers The only wny out of It istP plank down the colnew Y81k Pro j6 Origin of ilntifircii Boijfiro sre u urvh1l of the rites of Bnul and Moloth AVheu 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