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Digital page images are linked to the text file. z a TiIE NEWi LEADER 1f New SerjeVo1 XL No 5 SPRINGLELD WASHMGTOH COUNTY KENTUCKY FtiRUARYJI1 i IL00 A YEAH IIt tI t Fi JrJe TCI 5W I l + Jv We wfcfc to tate to Our friends t fbwoglieutthe tobwco growing 1 ll tioni that Tr are Botconnec j iii iiic tor indirectly with baspuy uIother w relkm4e or ware I W cood1IctuStrict Inde 1 rodt Tobacco arehouse II iDBiiwiOii business QA BRIDqES Co Propietcrs Pickett Tobacc- OWl0I onivi1leKyi O6 WW WftCTORY r i if S uxGlrE D oiuty stat of Mi 9 itjanes utpt o 59 mites fromeiwoas lAst e LotitilTiHe o BardStowK branch ol IjiHiirrilie Ad Nashville railroad in I ii iifar i0fC UL1 agricultural district TwoBaaks telegraph andielephone rr Uses express oflice flour mills lumber t jrfcrrti Fopttation 1190 population oft towtj 15001 Ttepceteata tive in Congress Hon D Smith Hodffenviile Ky Repceentative in Kentucky Legis lature Hon W D Claybrooke r Iteprescmtative inState Senate Hon f Harry Lanca tert Lebanon Ky I K County Directory 10cmCUIT COURT Circalt Court begins on the fourth MoacUiy in February May and Octo Wr IHj Tburman Judge V 4tiL If Durham Commonwealth At wcey r M Cainpbell Clerk MG Leachmab Master Commiss aner V i r QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday ineadh month r BI4 I Usey J dge COUNTY COURT aCounty evttt meets on the fourth buday in ech mouth I BfcLitseyJndge WF Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer ksSldneyOSbOUrfle Sheriff Sam Anderson iui Herert1ZdIema Deputte Ed Masters I + Jasiesj Moore County5eyor t T p OBtjran Assessor v W T Mitcheli Deputy r Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner J W Bush Supt of Common phoola P O Springfield J CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grlgsby City Attorney JUSTICE COUKT Jntice Courts are held in January r tApriVJnly and October Church DIY 1 METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Uyofli Pastor Ser Tice on the Firstand Third Suudavs In each month aUla ni and 730 p tn Sunday School ev ry Sunday atlO am iprayer rntetiflg every Wednesday aight CATHOLICICHURCH 4 Rev P P Hennessar Pastor Ser TIce every Sunday at8 and 10voclock VmoServices at St Rose same hours 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev w Wglden Pastor Service every Snnday PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH e Key T D Ivatimer Pastor Pr achlnf every Sunday at 11 am mid at 7 pm Sunday school every gnaday at 10 aBa Prayor meeting T ry Thmrtday eveninc at 7 oclock- jj BAPTIST CHURCH ReyWra Harrison WilUams Pastor Preachingevr1 Sunday pt lal11 and 7H5pm Sunday Schbol every Sunday at 930 a M Prayer meeting Trery Taeeday evening at 745 oclocld Fraternal Orders 7 siASONic LoDGE Springfleid lodge Ho 50 neett first and thinA Mouday track W eets every onthISpriBfcfield Council 7o 52 meets on IterT toitrthModaT JCWIGXTS of THK MJCAIKRS Mett V1s hUfIIC FOLEYS HONEYuoTAR JPriVHlt StfifM R tints Fr a Si1d Eemeutter the name htoys ItMV mi tar Insist opoa having the genuine TIIne ss2S MOIIl0 payF a au iM OhioS l 1W CITOM Drug stors s w w T I t = j1 7 + L J I a t Ii r 8HKfcftKK ffgHNMiraraMMR i Hfirofi tNi J frA ROUND tip TALK 4fiwii 1 f H lII R IM4M Goinl Back Stacey E Baker ijve enqugb of cttY sty1c and ail that sortof thing Im going back to PprkinsviUe and hear the robinssthg- 1be drama and theta swell affairs are pleasantlke and gay But still my heart keeps calling for the een and grassy way Ive bad enbugh of city frills the crushing rowded street isflHed Tlth fprjeipi qplsesr and Im fainting with theh at Im going back to Perkinsville and linger there whiJeItWhere Pan plays all his sweetest notes and Natures wears a smile IIIve had enough of cityi ways I long for something mqre twant to see the sh pherd dog come bounding thfjjugh the door And hear the neigh ofDobbin as he canters through thelot I reckon theyve forgotten jne but I ainl forgetr The city fevers dormant that was burning in my v inS Im Weary ofj the trolley and the ele vated trainsj Im tired of thc jolting crowds and evry think I say Im goirig back to Perkinsville Im going back to stay HE ROAD QU1STIONThe Kentucky Legislaturel while vrambling round onsid ering a flood of Tbills with more or lessor no nlerit at all should putin a few licks considering the question of pur public roads which surely iis of importance to the welfare of the entire State Slo far as we have noticed no serious effort bas been madeto afford relief to the present conditions concerning the roads of the state The turnpikes of the state are rapidly becoming in a deplorably condition and if nothing is done before long the next session of the Legislature two years hence road legislation will probably be the most impor taut business to be considered A dispatch from Frankfort says that some remedy has been sug gested in a bill introduced In the House fixing a license tax on all vehicles whether owned or hired This tax iis graded simi lar to the grading for toll pur poses but the license is paid by the year Thebill was drawn by Judge Polsgrove of Franklin and Was introduced by Repre sentative LFJ Johnson Judge Polsgrove drew the bill with a view to getting the matterbefore- the House and to start what he conceived to Be a much needeh reform in the State He did not claim for the bill that it was perfect or that it would meet all requirements but he felt when it got to the committee it could be shaped upito answer a good purpose He snow preparing a substitute bill with Senator J W Cammack j of Owen county Senator Cammack has given the road question a great deal of thought and he hopeswith Jizdge Polsgrove to get a bill that will be satisfactory to all iinterests and accomplish the rehabilita tion of the States pikes L rat Z HE DOG JLAW Kentucky is in a fair way to have a dog law in spite pf the opposition of owners of no account logs throughout the State Repre sentative Ed Crown hasiiiktro ducod a measure entitled An act to promote the sheep indus try and to provide a taX on dogs The bill has been far vorabjy reported and has passed the Senate and will doubtless become a Jaw The bill provides that every owner of a dog must be required to pay a tax of one dollar each year on the anImal and the dog is to be listed for taxation each year with the assessor the same as other prop erty Tee sheriff is required to collect the tax on dogs the same as be does on other property ex cept that h is to keep such taX as a separate fond to be used to reimburse sheep owners who may saffec the loss of sheep through the predations of dogs The law also provides a penalty for the refusal or failure of atfy dog owner to list his dog for taxation j and empowers any P CQ officer with authority to kill tie dog allowing a fee of 1 for Iuch duty Sheep owner who WQ suffered the loss of l sheeprby dogs are entitled tcymy for same by presenting proo of such loss to the Fiscal c6iirt The a law is similar to that in force in Indiana Ohio and oiher Northern States except tlwt in some of those States the tax iis mucH greater generally as much as 5 folch dog The chances are that should the bill become a llaw tberwi1ibe n gel1eralt inning out fthe dog pftijon- oW1mttrcltt La U riu Bnd Puauia PneuinonIoften follows La grip but never follows the use of Fpleys Honey and Tar It curo JJa grippe coughs aud prevents pneumonia and consumption AJfor Foleys Honey and Tar rnd reftu any substitute of sered Mr G Vac r 157 Osgood St Chicago vrites y wife hada severe case of grippe three years ago and it left her with a ler rable cough She trieaa bottle of FoleY Honey anc Tar and it gave immediate relief A 50 cent bottle cured her cough ntirelY Refuse substitutes Sold by The Red Cross Drugstore A Stafe institute Farmersthrqughout the State may be interested in an announ cement made by Commissioner of Agriculture Vreeland that duric7 the latter part of February a State Farmers Institute or convention will be held in Frankfort The meeting will probably last three days and during the time adresses W1 be made by some of the most popu lar lecturers from experiment stations in the country There are fifty or more county instituI tes in the State and each will send from one to six delegates to thq State convention Jt is quite probable that the perlim inary work of organizing theI State Farmers Institute will be uone at Shelbyville Prof S G HopkiLS of the Illinois Expert ment Station one of the most no ted corn experts in the world will lecture on cpni breeding Prof P G Holden another authority on the subject will also be present and give sqme advice alcng this line Prof M A ScovelJ of the Kentucky Experiment Station and President James K Patterson of the State College are also en the program i for addresses LncM Man in Areas 1 am the lluckieat man in Arkansas writes H L Stanley of Bruno since the resioraliou of my wifes health aftet five years of continuous coughing and bleeding from tho lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds grdatest medicine Dr lings New Djscovery for Cons ption which I know from Experience will cure consumption if taken in timelly wife impeoved with first bottle and twrlve bottles completed tie cure Cures the worst coughs and colds or money re funded At CJ BayclOnsdrugI- store 50c awl l100 Trial bottle free Administrators Notice All persons bavin claims against ithe estate of Anderson Carrico deceased will present same properly proven to us at Lebanon Ky box 147 on or before March 1 1907 and same1 will be settled All persons indebted to the estate are also re quested to settleW D CARRICO V J F CAHRICOl A 1000 Hen Messrs Add Stat g and Ed True attended the Poultry and Pet Stock Show in CincinnatiJ last week Mr Sta g bought a Rhcd Island Red rooster and two pullets for which he paid over They are show birds and ivinrer The sIre of this rooster jis paid by all tp be the finest Rhode Island Red in the world having won przes at Madison Square Chicago Detroit ard St Lotis Just after Mr Stagg bought him a man came up and offered 45 for him He has just as good chickens at home os those that sold in Cia cinnati at 15 and 20 apiece Tnere were over 7000 chickens 3000 pigeons and 500 dogs on display Perhaps the star of th0 show was a 1000 hen Mary E owned by U R FjshelJ of Hop Ind This hen took first prize at the IVorlds Fair and has never been beaten Her eggs command the price of 60 perf dozenjpr breeding Mr Fisher haJ fused 1QOOfor the hen MajnJItE is a White Plymouth Rock The largest indi idugl fowfat the show wus a bronze tqrkey Bert Franklin that weighed 52 pounds There were duetts that weighed 12 ponds and many hens weighed as mucb One lady hai a prizid pobdlev wll c was InCP case 1D with brocaded velyet and fiflpd with eiderdown She frequent ly took him out onbf wiped his little nosey and footsies with her silk handerchlef Harrodsburg Herald Ulcer of the Stomach rffffrrr riiCcfUr tseasc How to Rccojjnlic and Cure It Ulcer of the stomach njoy erist for years without very marked symptoms excepting those caused by indigestion- In good health the stomach resists the action of the gastric juices but when weakened the membrane is badly nourished and the digestive fluids act upon it as well as upon the focd keeping up until p rf ration of the stomach occurs In advanced cases of ulcer of the stomach there is much discomfort after eating with a constant gnawing sensation between meals painI from the pit of the stomach backI to the shoulder blade At the first symptoms of indi OQccj4be of stomach troubles It 1150 uniformly successful that The Red Cross Drug Store give a signed guarantee with ey iy 50 cent box that the inphiey will be refunded if it does not cure Just iin Time When WS Purdy and Will Murpby reached the ford near Brad fords ville entoute home from this city last Monday even ing they found that the heavy rain had swollen the stream so1 that it was beyond fording A IconcludedI the hbrse across than to risk iit in the buggy Their plan seemed a wise one until about midstream when the horse got tired and decided to lie down The two men were in serious predicament and doubtless would have drowned had hoEarneslHartfield appear ed upon the scene By riding in the stream and allowing the unfortunate men to hook onto horses fly brush he manag ed to land them safely to shore The horse that caused the the trouble also inanabed to pull for bore when relieved of his burdon Leb Enterprise J A llcd11ll Gosul The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Uhurch Bel air Ga says ofElectric Bitters HItsa Godsend 11cnredCailicollapseip w Two bottles of Electric Bitters Ij have made me so strong I have jjust walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walking three more Its made a new man of me h Greatest remedy for weakness and all stomach liver and kidner complaints Sold under guarantee At C Jt Haydons diugstore Pride 50c Insurance 1 Insure m the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Ky the only company in the State that makes any claim of paying its losses in full 1 yrj WANTEDDistrict managers to post signs advertise and dis tribute samples Salary I800 weekly 300 per day for sesState age IDEAL and expeutt ployment StuiARCOJ 89 Randolph Stu Chicago Mudua Bm- Tbfc correspondent of the Bardiitown Standard write from Maudas follows Our town is on a gom Thee Is uot a va cantjbouse to be found and the cry fjlong and Idud for more houses here We have cne of thehicesf alltJw that can be found in the Stalg Our land is level with natural drainage and the men itbat hold the purse strings of capitall are men pi high business qualities Our boom in business sta- rtsfiiAtpJ t br briqge over the Bech Fork river that will give us an outlet to larger fields of wealth This vork will give the laborers employ ment in making our highway in better condition Our capitalists contemplate llarge imprbyement with the plans all laid out In tr e future acompany of our lest inhabi ants have planned for a large brick kiln to make miflions of brick to supply those whbmay need such materiall in the build ing of the future herejAs there is a fine prospect for a large tobacco factory to beput up soon that will give obr neighbors a market for their to bacc at hone and for quality of tobacco this county has aboyti the best reputation in the State Acompny of enterprising men are making plans for a steam or gasoline power roller flour mil which will add greatly to the town with capacity of one hun dred barrels per day We now have two general stores one doing businessfrom 15000 to 20000 a year the other one about 1500 ajear one carriage and blacksmith shop dbirig about 10000 busi ieas per yer We have only one doctor in our town one church and as fine a school as aoydistrict in the State1 Last but nofc leasts ranjojc sayja rejire to Ihive a bank with a capital of 25000 to put up as soon as the brick can be made to build h- An j option has been male for the corner llot onMain Mill street a- very desirable place and about the center of town Njotice- AH persons having claims against the estate of Oliver Croake dec ased will plense present same properly proven toI line at my home at Crakes Station on r before Feb 1st 1906 and same will be paid EVERETT CRQAIVE Administrator Notice Ifyou are indebted to the Old firmof Roberison Searcy you are heredy notified that a settle metmust be made by Febuary or accounts will be placed in the hands of an attorney Call at G D Robertson Cos store Robertson Searcy An Ancient Razor Mr George Mock of nearJ town has a curiosity in the Way of a razor that is considerably over a century old It was formerly owndj by Col Seay an ancestor Mr Mocks whoI served in tie Revolutionary war Cal Stay had the razor on his person at the surrender of Lord Oornwillis The old im plement jis haped very much like a sickle kind is made of the finest steel It still does good work and its present owner val ues it very higblyStand- ardFor Lung Troubles Ayers Cherry Pectoral certainly cures coughs colds bronchitis consumption And it throats certainly and strengthens weak weakJ There can be nq mistake about jthisj The best kimd of a teatiaoBlalIu Sold for over sixty y ears A Z4i 3OJ7wtO LwUiiIfl SASSAPAILLLtiqers 1WLIKeep the bOwelsl re tar wlthAyjr iws and thus hstn rMlOJ J Dr ASKINS znrrsM aggie Parfitt iyho is adaugh ter of the late DrTEiD Askins at one time a wellknoWn practicing physiciani of this place and vhd died here 28 years ago was here last week ft Parfitt whose home is in Louisville came here for the purpose of having her fathers remains disinterred and removed to Louisville Dr AsT kins yas buried 6n Cemetery flili but there bad never any tombstone or marker placed at his grave Mrs Parfiti thought however that she would have no difficulty in locating Jit but on nvest gatio f untb t fs more difficult than at first sup posed Moor locating the grave as uell as she could from memo ry Mrs Parfitt had an excavation made but nothing was found anti it was evident that the right spot had not been located Mrs Parfitt was compelled to return to Louisville on Saturday but will probably returned resume thej search later on Administrators Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Francs Lowber deceased will present same to me at s my office in Springfield properly jproven on- o before March 1st 1906 for settlement W F Grigsjby Administrator PrJgttfnll7 Bnrrnd Chas W Moore a merchant of Ford City Pa had his right nand frightfully bVned in at electricall furnace He applied Buckl nsArriica Salve with the usual resultUa quick and per tect cure Grearest tiealsr on earth for buri1sp wounds soars eczema and plies 25c at C J Haydons drug store Taxpayers NoticeaAllipersons owing taxes to me t as deputy sheriff are notrtied thtf unless settlementisma6e jf same within 30 day that I will proceed against tHe property for collection t I J SOSBOURtfE 24t Sheriff W C t Narrow Escape Hustonsville K y While i crossing Hanging Fork two miles south ot Hustonvihe Mr M J Farris Jr of Danvillev was thrown from A vehicle Jlnto the middle of the stream Tne water was five or six feet deep and the buggy and h6rse wire whizzed over and over in the raging Waters until a shallow point in the river bed was en countered As it hajjpened thje horse landed on his feet and tlje buggy in position with the wheels iowards the ground The animal walked out but little dam J aged Mr Farris swam around in the deep and swiftly running water for five or six minutest when he succeeded in landing upon the sUe opposite the horse and buggy Ee moved dQwn stream to a shallow point and swan across again f J FaIledIAll efforts have failed to find a bet t ter remedy for coughs colds and lung trouble than oleyk Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals the lungs and previdts serious results from a cold J N Patterson Nashua Iowa writes Last winter I had a baa co1d t on my lungs and tried at liekst half a t dozen adyertised cough medicines t and had treatment from two physic iaus without getting any benefit A friend recoimnded Fi jysHouey and Tar and two thirds ofa bottle cured t me I consier it the greatest cjngh and lung medicine in the world1JJ Eioldby the Red Cross Drug iticcI J All persons haying claims against the estat3 of Arch Ifaste deceased wilt preseut the satre Ito me properly prcven or to my attorney W F Grigsby at his bffice In Springfield Ky on or before Feb 1 1000 This DO3 10 1905 8 P DERRINGER Admr of the estate of ArfhYast Inflianapolis and Chicago t PENNSYLVANIA LINVSa Leave Louisviile dO pm ar arrive Indianapolis illS pm Chicago 710 am Compartment j sleeping cars amd cocbi JlOit10ftlJl r T 11r Home Mad8 Have youi cake muffins and tea bah cult homemade They will be ffeihcrf deaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps jthe haute wife to produce at hom quickly thxlco 4xi6Zi t fly fiand tasty cakeJ feeraid i1 5 4calce4 mufiins with rvhich the readyriiade food ijtl found at the fcakeshop or groteiy does IIInot compare j rr+ Royal is the greatesf of balw lay he J BANe1OWDa ll NW 1T r WWWJWi Whv 1NN ff Of LOCAL INTtn STi 1 t i lREMARKABLE FALL Johp jHigdoD a young man from Nel son county who was here last weetr to sell his tobacce per formed a rather remirkable feat ai the Hendren House on last Friday night while walking in hi5 sleep anfl escaped unhurt Bigdoo retired for the night in a room iu the secondstory of the ifendren House There is an old door leading from Jhis room out into space or opening 0D an alley The door had Leer bar red up unil recently when the birs weroremoved drder tq- llow the femoyal of some furni ture Higdon it seems arose at an be tI1 earlihotliig l1stepp d out Th drop from the door to the hard pavement of the alley below is about fifteen ftHigdon woke njwhenhe hit the ground but was unhurt and made his way back up stairs again and was not even bruised The incident calls to mind a sun ilar one which however had a fatal termination which ocaured at the same hotel then known as the Berry Hotel songs twelve fears ago J Masste Wjjrrontr who lived in IjTelson couuty near Botland walked from a window on to the root of a varanda and off to the ground one night ant sustained injuries from which he died in a fewhours NEW TURNPIKES Mr W E Ray the wellknown farmer of this county who lives in the Pleasant Run neighborhood near the Marion county line was iirj town Saturday Mr Ray say6 the residents of hs neighborhood are feeling much elated pverthe prospects of a ew4urn pike and the possibility of aoiew Jfe1Icontracted to Extend the Short Line turnpike a distance of about two miles to the Pleasant Run church which will be a great con venience to that neighborhood He says that an effort will be made to get Washington county o aid in building the road on tbrough to the Pleasant Rup turnpike thus opening up a good country and giving the farmers of that section a good turnpike o Springfield which lIbeof- great benfit to this Wi The proposed extention of t bsrland and Northern rh J from Columbia toXebanon on to Danville has birveyed to pass thrlui1h that sectiot Also the lina pf survey as laid passing through Mrs Bosleya yard OFFICERS ELECTED The shlDgtnIon last Saturday aftecnojn mt t elected the toUojuhg oceri BL Litsfy PreSit IBThurmwi First Vic Prwem Vice Preheats M Gtmpbe W LobsrtsouohaO Polls M LxSnrcj G D JDuBCfttt ij t1 1 rJA B Hizd1ey nH Ee eiiajtlH E Thonp Olt Diir am folfowi Bn IV W tU Pn M 10 p Mam L 0 WtJbrIS p1 Tbpmpcfon Ben Hydon Bam J Andewon liutheu A Burns W 1 H HH iIiIiIIiJ YUlf l1Gibbs B 4 Noe Jaw z 8 li IHay3 S M CrJl A G Ki tL ball was elected Secretory sad Treasurer Mjewrs Bea Hay h don E 0 Woker C F Bortty and A 0 Kimoll were named ib as a committjee on prograew ft is the desir iQf the officer to haye the fair ihis ytewr driecthejast week in tMyu atthat date will probftblj be aekct j e provided it will aot doaflietr fwith aoy neil briD twJw f WASIlNGTOt CQUlIrY Puoi LTSTOur Njjrth Bewt corret pondent contiiibututb follow I inguWbi1er Uhert tee men we deelre 1ofDWaCMI Ju this issue of the Newp lieder r one of the Nor u JBead boys wlio has made and ii kmf bfaweU famous as ipjiifilirt of reaowm TheyoUngmapiiasoaofZeriah of INorth Bend WliiugIQk tcounty Fred Ward was born JE tH 1884 waedaqaed by your oor rrr tLSchjj1was one I ofpeaEEgimmt mem who elf ever trod lleather iII hst tl county beingabi to oyerooe any man in th s part of 4be Ule I JFredJ for pugilisto and to4a lie stands the victor of ten eng fe f menta having won feterf fgtt Young Wards riHT a is d IYoungDemsey4ambebamaa ttlli engagement to fight iai DevEL LII Colora oi1exmotltb jtH W j t PDE1 ii 4Board1 r tha bounty ha fiajehed ilk work ohtheaseentZor f Ihe cotioiy The total Maeeeed rmlwUioA ithl 990 forthecountyi11AM4 The amount thow hy iM rt Asseeeor waji 848181 ead o tthe mount p f HKTMM by th t Bo4rd or Supervliosra I1 77 tftt aftec 3275had bist Uken ot H1 jpli J divicted as followl oa aa iNir iiJ 260 oh torn koii 104 e os rll jotMI 79610f Otk ptiaeaal r 1f eo o hf i PERL Divx- Robinaon iJie o44 pMIlmwho has for jfe r MIIa ti it i ir Qharaetrsecfcioa of the coontry diet week after a abort 111ae1a poor boueeof Nehwa oonnly B bad aeiathI of ieirching for pcftfb for yemr snd bad foQQd a Jl0If7J lRoU1 j farorto stream QefreqaeMir eaotplo ktud thraya had pearb of more or Jetft alae ji6iifltHti3Hiii a wavt nit obare er a4udialthough kiTH ttttte boeibe was otable to aave aaj u- olaiioed to be an exCo raejobiler 002=Ic NEWSLEADER JI vu YRVaAY- m4YCAH IN ADVANCE I l 3PW9GNLDKY K L DAVISON Jr tft Iat4e 10 cut pel tc Hrtl1B OftUft WMiMatM and political matter i F wptrliiHi e 4 Jjbesis e44 at 01ir rates b t cub f f b MlCBa TrrolFOoa AT ItiIe ewitracts aide on liberal I OWiH M a 4 rtselutiens of rMpect J i iI2SLWIS4l SS hJ250 i uIvi4Lssii u THUJPMIDAT FEB 1 1906 I WIIIisburj Mr W S G ibbs and wife were MMuaoMri to Harrodsburg ii- Iamt0 If Ii dn esday 0 j Kcojmt of the death of iLtieJuIin13e11 TO a of Mr 0 G Btll mod wife The little one 0Md ooljb a 111 a short time 1dMfh wfcMVcb a shock tiuebeleav d parents We extend our jrmpathy Tb little datghter of Mr T J Miller bit been quite sick for f the pU4k with cholera in t JAf tat We are glad ta reportI l beiOMtelrW W Hyatt and daughter Nellie Reed spetl several clays with Mrs JL Searcy in your town last week Rev Petty ot Wilttamstown- iprech toaJurge audience at nhi place last Sunday and Sunday night W R Scott sold 40 hogsheads ff Washington county tobacco last week at the Home Warehouse aian average f 8jc clear of ex p4a x J B Burton of Lancaster bought of W S Gibos 13 two yfearold cotton mules for 115H each a Hap Courier gelding JIlor 200 Gibbs Mackm bought of W P Hayes of Bloomneld his two jack colts Champ Clark T and Joe tfheeler for 450 Thse colts are sired by the noted jack I Dr McChord and are claimed to be the best in the stae They t will be shown at the State Fair Born to the wife of Frank At h on last Saturday a boy Jim Ruby and wife of Chaplin called K see the latters brother Leslie Keeling who is ill with i eunx nia last Sunday 1 1Mr John Sims and wife of HarroasBurg visited MrsCR Che tham last Saturday and Sunday TDall Mollvoy and wife of Shady Grove spent last Sunday with Mrs Mary Mcllvoy Joe Wakefield and John Gore of Bloomtield pent last Thurs day at Englewcod with W S Gibbs r Miss Rice Armstrong has rp turned borne after an extended v iat McAfee 5eorge Colvin and little brother of Deljalb I I ae visi ting relatiyes here Dr Barnetle of Mackville passed through our town en route to Leathers Store to visit some patients 7 Charlie Hungate m attending 1the Gradea School ia Spring field IPiratt Folens HoneY Mftp Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and llung f reEaedy and on account of the great 4 merit and popularity of Foleys Honey- and Tar ma2y imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleya Honev and Tar and refuse any substitute off rea as no other preparation will give the same satisfuction It mildly laxative It contains no opiates vrd U safest for childrenand delicate persons For sale by The Red Cros t ttDrug Store 1I Pulliam 1 Since our last writing there Ic1as been considerable changing t rond Mr James Robinson of Y pbaren has moved to his farm Recently bought of Richard- Carey Mr Carey moved to his farm bought ofJohn Denis Mr Dennis moved to Pleasant neighborhood Elmer GroveI moved to J B Jenkins Mr Jenkins movfd ti his farm- bought Of Luther Jenkins R R r Keeling moved to bis farm bought of Wm Deacon Gra jt Scott moved to the house vacated by Keeling Elisba KeelnylJlSdVyearling steer to JohB lrkms for 17 N BorniSetwff of F H Ash afinebdjr f V Mtrfc0hewmalfer iis in Louis l his tobacotflbis weekvilIeIi IIOld M6ot the tobacco has been in tbs section and all re1lI ized satisfactory prices From all indications therei t ft wilt not be jriprn than half as fJ 54rc1i tobacco put ont this season S there walJast in thisr 9 sectionI jtWI Thomas Humes ndwifeij ifhavef returned from liitchcllAl brg Wilt Owens of Illinoiar who 1 M be a visiting relatives here to1JIattGJOadf RemryfllsI sold bisfarm to31 Tei4rellamd boahtafarm J1 U AtI8esediug Mr Breed tafarnear Brash i g U I GtoeAnd has begun a hand some dwelling Dr John Yates has located at goodfiliI will he make use of the oppor unity BROOK lowHuUIUe Iootb A man who once had roughhorny handy made theni soft and smooth with Witch thzstlve but he use d the genninertthafc bearing the name uE C DeWitt Co Chicago For wart boils cuts burns bruises etc it has no equal arid affords almost im mediate relief from blind bleeding itch In and nrqtrudine Piles Sold by all druggists P0LIN I 0 ChasoSettle Cummins caned Wil1hburKMrs MoUld Williams and daughter Miss fannie were the pleasant guests of Mrs T Ear desty Sunday- Miss Ret tIe Cummins is the charming guest of Mrs Jennie Cutsinger ot Valley Hill IWe are sorry to say that our protracted meeting at the Polin schoolclosed Sunday night Messrs T J Trent and Evan Crow called to see Dr Welts of Willisburg Sunday Mr Sanders is teaching singing- at the Hardasty schoolhouse severalti i quite a noted singerI uSunshbeIt We Yellow Fever Germ r has recently been discovered It bears a close resemblance to the malaria germ To free the system from disease germs J the most effective remedy is Dr1 Kings New Life Pills Guaran teed to cure all diseases due to malaria poison and constipation 25c at C J Haydons drugstore P1jec Miss MattieLeeKimberlin our inILouisville where she expects toIbe until spring Mrt Roscq Brown and wife of Nelson county visited at thei home of J D Peterson Satur day slid Sunday Misses Ella D Shannty and Effie Kimberlin Iwere the uestsI of Dr W T Barnette and wife of Mackville Saturday and Sun day They were aocompauied home by Mrs Barnette l Nat Campbell and wife were KimberhnSunday Mondayforfamily expect to reside if ne obtt tains employment Goodehave f triptolilinoisMrsR L Purdom who has been HI for several days is im proving Mrs Jacob Peterson who has been very ill for several days is convalescent Mr G N Campbell who for sometime has been quite ill does not seem to iimprove 1Mr1II afwagon Friday receiving injuries painbutMrs W Tj Barnett accompa nied by her brother E N Kim berlin returned to her home in Mackville Tuesday afternoon t FENWICKs iii MYtlieMartlnhasretur Sadie Mayes Missd Misses Rose Kelly and Jennie andFridayand Woodsye Yankee Mrs A L Litsey off Pleasant Grove was here last week m anrltrotherStewaart Sunday SMrs EsE Miss Anna K ypurtOwnEdd and Hattio Bowles visited l EppersonSatuday a Lloyd Fenwick is tome better at this writingtl w Wm Nally ani wfe were i Mackville Sunday Sanford Logsdon wasin Harv rodsburg last week Miss Myrtie Logsdon spent Sunday with Miss EdnaCochran Miss Verna Rogers spent last week at the home of her brother 4A K RogerstSteye Begley is in Boyle coun ty thisWeek FLEASANT GROVE Mrs Lizzie Crow of Mackville visited Mrs Will Thompson on day last week Mr Elwood Adams and sister Miss Emma uf were htre Thursday to atteud the Sweeney Leachman wedding Mrs Lucien Gregory has returned from a visit to her mother in Bpyle county Bud Hopewell made a flying trip to Somerset last w ek Fred VanArsdale who left several m mths ago to mike hjs homeLin Owensboro is quite ill Mrs Steve Thompson Jr entertained at hitch last JSatur day eve Charlie Henderson of H are rodsburg was here last Wednes dye Miss Nannie Pinkstqn visited friends here last week Loyd Colyin is visiting friends and relatives in Mackville THE Two 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dread diseaue tbat ec i ence has been ablel to cure in all I stages and that Is Catarrh Halls poslthetcure now known to the medical frater nity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is takrn internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of UiI system thereby destroying the fOurIC dation of the disease and patient strength by building up ti constitution and assisting nature ire doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any cW that it fails to Core Send for list of testimonials Address F J jChsneyr Co Tole1 do O Sold b7 all druggists 7Sc Taffiam Springs4 We are glad to report Effie the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs WN Keeling Tery1 much improved after a serious case of diphtheria Mr Elisha White Sr is very low again with a complication diseases We hope to hear of his recovery soon Wesley Foster has his new house about completed Tbe entertainment given a he Kays schoolboupe under the management of Miss Nannie Bweazey wasquite a success and everyone reports a good time Miss Ethel Rogers of Fen wick who has been visiting in this community returned home Sun day eve Misses Ella and E hel and rs off Tab ow visited tbe Misses Wells at this place Sunday Mr Levi Satterly bought a mare from Lee 1cGuirk for 130i Theodore Breeding bought ofr Levi Satterly a mare for 45 J Satterly bought three hogs rom Silas BurkUtad for 10 Obarley Rubey and wife viii ted the latters parents at this plape Sunday A subscription school commences at the Rockbridge schos house Monday January 29 Miss Emma Hiatt teacher We can Miss JJmraa as a fine teacher as he taught our free school lasti all Granville Brown pave a party t his beautiful home last Satur ay night Ben Keeling ancj family were the gueils of Elmer Keeling and family Sunday There were services at this place Saturday night eSundayS and Sunday night ers of Gcoretoyn did thei reaching There will not be ny services here the Second unday but wHl be the third unday at 3 oclock pm Mr ThomaS Royalty and wife of Ashbrooke were guests off RoyltyLar in White has returned home after an abscencepf about months in the West VeI I IIWe are Sole Agents for thet tIiItj Celebrated I j j Vulcan Chilled Plow INone LIBetter IExtri I 1Haydpri Barber SPRINGFIELD kyjj L SS ii TT1 nihearlhJtt John anl f harlie White will leave for the wes in a short while HYACINTH Boiit DeCJIVel Y onrnrlfi Dont deceive yourself If you have indigestion take Kodol Dyapepsia Cure It will relieve you Roy Vii E Houcuct South Mills N C says I was troubled with chronic indiges tion for several years whatever 1 ate seemed to cause heartburn sour stomach fluttering of my heart and genearl depression of mind and body diuggist recommended Kodolij leIMY it nas relieved me I can now e and sleep soundly At night It mnkcsrjt strengthening and affords quick ri II lief Sold by alt druggists MAUD January is Almost gone And yet no snow weve had But thn old Feb will soon come in- ThcnweIl have some weather bad1 When March has come So has the wind and rain But with the April smvkissed showers We are glad to welcome Sprin again gll After an absence of a of weeks I om glad to be bac with the NewsLeader correspondents and reaoers Our little townis still in a flourishing con lIdition but as Red Fox1 gave such a glowing description of it and its inhabitants in the last weeks Standard I shall not at tempt anything of thut kind tdMrs Maggie Parkell of Lou isville who has been the guest of Mrs P A Ljddane ha re turned home Miss Nell Huston of Ohaplin Jhas ben the gaest of relitiyes here for the last three weeks IeMr and Mrs Thos Reed of Talley Hill visited the Utters parents here Saturday and Sun 1day Mr Charley Shehan arid Miss Margaret Smith were guests of rifcnds at Spamgfied Sunday ES Goatley and wife wer in your town Monday Miss Lela Wall our popular hello girl spent Saturday night with Miss F iry Leddane Mr B M Arnold one of our enterprising merchants con em- plates moving Mississippi in tde Spring Ve vili regret los ing Mr Arnold yery much as lie is one of the leading men of our townMrs M L Troutmab who his been on the sick list has fabout recovered Mrs Neala Bodine and sister Miss Lilt Shehan wereI viston6 here Saturday Mr Neale Bo ilitt of Spring field is the guest qf his grandparents here Bro Bogus of Missouri will preach at New Hope Sunday As yet no pastor has been called but the members are requested 3to meet at the church Saturday for that purpose Mr Hamilton bhehan spentt Sunday at tho home of Mr Thc a Virgin and family Mr Robert Sutherland of Cnaphn was in our midst Sunday Miss Bertha Edgdrlon off lisburg and Mr Earnest VUI ley ot VUley Hill were pleasant guess of Miss Virgin last Thursday night Mrs Peter Shehan has returned home after a several dabsj visit with tjer daughtor Mrs R UBobhtt of Springfield One of our champion story tellers told us the following tale the other evening and was voted tIe prize Hesayff anumberot years since he owned a hose which in some way caught a sore back One dRY this particu lar horse was resting undue the stjade of an acorn tree when an acorn fell upon this sore andI adhered to it and finally grew to a tree which bjreACorns W henI ever the hogs were to be fed someone woud only havejto get a whip after the l0rse which would naturally run and in so doing would shake the acorns off1 rtnehogs EIryone stop ped after thiS Miss Lydia Virgin entered the Nelson Normal school at Bards town the first of last week- Mrs Ella Talbrwas in liviititigi under Prof Crawford Wo ate j gla1 lo learn that the schVol is in such a flourishing cenuinon jtyt What has become of our Moors yule broths Why is tie so l silent Frizzle Head I A Menace to HeaJlh Kidney trouble is an insidious dan oflaofl 1itrength1ensi sh uld be taken at the first indicatin of Kidney trouble as it is impossible to have good health if the kidneys are deranged Sold by the Red Cross i o Drugstore ifiUIsboro Gaba Sweeney a merchant atj JI1Mrsick with la gripp at this writ1 ing IH H Hickerson wife and lit tIe d ughli r Magg e i f nejif i5- I 5ackvllle visited he family oft Thos Sutherland Sunday Mrs Lucinda Mcllyoy who has been in Illinois with her daughter Mrs ifavi3 Crow for several months has returned and willmake her home with her son Tom We are glad to report Uncle Collie Settles who has been dan gerously ill for several davs some better The physician now entertains hopes of his recovery Sam Montgomery and J M theiLtco Friday at an average of 9c Therecent pleasant days have been very much like Spring Tbe farmers have air ady begun to make arrangements for tobac co bed bumping and plowing and we bearofone woman preparing top t ont her garden We are oing to have an unusual early goodIprt some corn planted in out next letter but these people mut rememtFr that cold Febru toIcomesheep of Osly Tumey and killed rflCout of 19 We learn that tbe c wner of the dogs has offered to pay for the sheep The public schpol at this place has not yet baen contracted for but there are several woo would lake tobe the lucky onein secur lug the trustees consent but we heard neo them say the other day that the school would not be let out before spring and this would give anyone who might desji e to teach the school a chance tc present their claims There has been so many moving in the district that it will be first class school this year basbeenlearn that Miss Merritt will be here this week to make a Spring school We trust she will l successful Marion Bjxter a horko trade of near Brooksville was on tn creek lasv week for that specia1- purposp but the far sighted horse jockeys along Pony Oreek- e made it so unpleasant for him that he will next time try his luck elsewhere The propritors roodbusinessI II Sbackheard one say that it was likelly that the buzArds would not b hungry this SptogthJt happenu ed to pass this way We were glad to see that inter esting letter from Mackville las week and hope they will continue- to appear eah week We were glad to see Fenwick represehte fl for there should not be an issue cityOnMain and Buffalo Sb and get MayorKelleyhalf hour to fill two columns Then dont fail to ome eachl week W E Sutherland sold to the firm of Settles M jntgomer 9 hogs for 5c par pound W C Dudgeon one of our popular young men that left herej some time ago because there not enough love gossips afloat to suit him with the intentiOns of tryijg life in tho city will return here this week He says is no place so dear as Ithere is quite a talk about the dog law that now seems to be almost a go ard most all are up posed bit There will be quite a slaughter of dogs out this way and chicken roost will be left unguarded and garments will have full sway The blcod oft the many iroqent dogs that will tva kilted when the law goes into effect will rest upon who We think that ever home should bo tnth led to one dog withoat paying tax on it but we will hav to abide by it and scaflle up the coin to pay for our dogs or else go to trIlling It would be fir better rr the ejbl lure to pass the Brown billf requring taxes to be paid before one cOud vote then fooling t me away withi the dog law Every one that we have heard express him self is heartily in favor of Mr Brcwns bill and hopes for it to become a law By the help of an old citiienll who was living near the Perry yule battle tieid at the time ofvthe tight we are going to write in the near future some remin of the hattie Guerrilla raids and Homo Guard tights and- sother c ar incident in this conn Wemaybeabletogetupat Uioryof a giant tint onCe lived here in the long auoe Le every onenlongR F D TMo3 become a realer of the News Lander so they can hlp uj in gatht ripg up facts about theso St rldg lijwillbejall right with Jiheediorwe guess LILAC Kqo1 llDf ts Ut YouEatf Just a Jittle Kodol after msala will relieve that fulness belching gas on stomacivSTid all otber symptons of indigestion Kodol digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organs to perform their functions naturally Kodol is a thor oaghdigestantand will afford relief from any disorder Jug to Imperfect digestion or malassi Dilation Sold by all driiggistS News = Leader and daily HeraldJ 2 I I t I t1t 1t wwwm t T DWELLS1 CP WELLS IWELLS BROS 1it dj fThis new flu in has succeeded the weltnown firm of Mcplure Wells and will continue ifl the same Iii1eot business Just now we call attention of the ia m tour ifI FleidSeedsjThe seeding ses Iis now onand we have a selectotI otteClover and otber Grass Seeds and Northern Seed Oat q 3S- rfdtiJ f BUOGIES ifjj ofBuggiespi i i iIan inspection of our line s soon as they are opened gJ We lead in Farming Implements of all kinds v I GASOLINE ENGINES WEllS i3R081 SPRINGFlfeLD Kvjf f 3 ttt tttICarloun AluiahouMC EnaChicbcsdactually 4n the church WhIch Is a flue old bulb Ing dating fromIGSO It was originally a monastery but When Queen Ellzfi beth came to visit there she turned It IeInto an almshouse to endure as long as almshbuses exist The old miles hat0 therchurch with wine dows looking but on the gerden They have each a coal supply a kitchen range water and gas At one end of the church Is the chapel where dali services arC held Tho choir stalls ar beautifully carved old illk thu origint- seats J that the monks used The stands in a quiet little square j L Too SerIous Tiiie a great runny persons probably take themselves too seroujly enter talnlng an altogether exa erafed opin IeIon of their ability and worth not extrcmelengthHsh poet Coleridge met at Frankfort t lie always took off his hat when he ventured to speak of himself Were this practice to become general what o number of people would be permanent ly baichcadedl Board Inff a Hansdm nyIfPlrtare riding persons know what to do In nine cases out of ten the ono who enters first seats himself oh Thl off side But this Is wrong If on get ting In first you take the nearseltjyour compuiitoji can then enter in ease 1nud comfort wltich otherwise be could not To waterproof Cnnrn Scientific American gives this recipe for raterprootiiig for canvas Soft soap dissolved In ipt water and a solution tot Iron sulphate added The sulphurlc acid combines withthe potash of the soap and the iron oxide Is precipitated with the fatty acid as Insoluble Jron soap This lis washed and dried ian mixed with linseed oil 1 11 CUAHV Sirs Hix Mrs June strikes me as being entirely too masculine for a wo man Sirs Dlx yes Indeed Why every time she has an ache or a pals she makes S3 much fuss about it as a manoaldS tInrrlaae Iri Korea There Is not much difficulty in marry ling pff a laughter In Korea Where there are defects such as feeble health expertIIntermediary whoi knows how to con coal them is employed It is her busi ness to make the girl presentable to thu parents of the suitor As the bride groom does not see the bride until the day of marriage when it is too late to rfcoil he Is obliged to make the best of the situation In marrying Korean girls are not exempt from contributing to the support of the family This ap ples to the grande name as well as the humblest peasant Ladles of rank who have become impoverished and are obliged to support themselves may earn av livelihood by knitting or rearing silkworms 1f A Mother Command Wiiilam Brookflcld the English di ine used to tell this story The bishop of NoW Zealand In a newJ and pathetic interview with his moth er after his appointment was thus ad dressedl by her In such sequence a obs and tears would permit I ose they will ent ySu my near ItheyIIo think otherwise Jut I suppose will Well we will leave it In the hands of Providence But If they do mind my dear nud disagree with themH Propriety and Clothe s The ladles of Lamu sun ss those of nit other nations in retiring modesty for they not only hide thjslr feces but walk about under a smqll tent which =requires the assistance of a servant to cnrry It It is not surprising to hear they have a very bud reputation or propriety for in Africa female reti speetnbllity is In Inverse rition to th e quality of clothes worn Eliots East fru KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WIT Dr Kings sal liver New Discovery who ItFORI LDS Fri TrWeld Surest and QuickMt Cure for all by THBOAT and LTJJTQ TEOUB LSS orKOJWY BAOZ elr T Blind HeadacheAbout a year ago writes Mrs Alattie1 Allen orj1123 Broadway Augusta Gau suffered with bilrid side headaches and badfaches and could get no relief iintil I tried JOF WINE CARDUI hA NonIntoxicating Female Tonic I immediately commenced to improve and now II feel like a new woman mid wish to recomipend it to jall sick women for I know that it Wfll cure jthem as it did me Cardui isa pure medicinal extract of 4r jvegetable herbs which relieves female X pains regulates female functions JaJiT 1nIII tones up female organs to a rJlr ftilY KJ w proper state of health Try SSKSXSKSfggsffSg it for trouble Iyour SSS luldeyohea4TItII rs I ory JOGttrpahJes uawtwIU S JIll Every rugglstsells loa ttocleftnlL it bottles ktJt jZjti Jell 10pICO nft10fe0 T 0LNOOGt MEaicd i iii Jj1 CM TOM Y I LEERILZYJr I New Livery Firm jJw i rI Tuniey RileyItr WIl00 Sticcss ors o Haydon 6 Thompsont fCfJt Equipment FirstClass Feeding and Sordini iw4 JrlJ r Your f Patronzgge Respecifull Solicited Ift stable Located Between the Depot and lIhWallon Hotel t 8 Louisville is Booming VILLE ABOUT THESE DOYOUKNOW 350000 LOUIS FACTS pecpewabin rMius o5only 6 mUesi It ieais the WORLD J r in tbo jnanulacturinffof jaanst farm wagons sewer pipe wooden boxes ahdin prodocanf tJZ1 and handiln whisky sole leather cemeric ti I tOb5CO Imadlesand purnberssuppiMs f LouIsvIUe Is the homo otthelareest oguz G factory In the orid th largest soap fanory 115I ii ar urbaiillnes LuuLsviiIei4cItycfBEAUTIS VF FULIOMES its cltyprdpertyvaiMion is Ii v soooooooo ft has the grandest inikil systemlntheUnItedSIessr4rranyrnag 15S do ThOROUGlworkazd Losctsryoull never be Jn want terprtsinc cjty Loolsvffle NOW is tbr freeYflTLT1ATTOMIUEZcLEIE 1 OHN t l SHUCK MCELROY U O lI RTQ ltJ MoEroy fr Wharton Ins rqnGe Real Estate 4gdBts1 h i Fire Lift and Tornado Insjiranet j t4t itOfficf y J 1ept2I 1ii i L a W f VEGET4BLESICILIANst c WerWhynotstopth1sfa111noyourhaIrP iflt Jbe without any haIr Just remember that NaUs Hall Renewer stops falling hair and makes ba rlrowa riw 1d F lBerGriDBOSicM They jiever gripe or sicken but cleans and strengthen the stomach add bowel This is the univer verdict of the manx thousands useDeWittLlttle Early Risers These fatuous little pills relieve head e constipation bftHonsne s taun e torpid liver sallow complexion Try Little Early Risers Sord- all Jtadruggists JkWT TroasRIn- PPeruteeb4b1oQcsnMbIk waws4ka t 5A 1 1ne Minute Cough Cure coiitains not an atom of any harmful drura d 1j it has been curing coCIs 1dj croup and whooping clfougha oterng fttbat It baspf4vert itself to ha a triwi and trne friend to the Jnany wfco aiit No4eedto Icar of yonf chijj4i cboltlntr from cfcttp with One JlhiiC 1 uteCoUgn Cure handy Sold ifcr tU Vjdruggists l li ELLCTRIC3BI2CBiTTERS Axjwyq TirDJJJ M BURTON DENTDEMTT TEETH EXTRACTED 2 WITHOUT PAIN- y Onc HiffMi Block upstaIrs Ct PBINGFIELD KY f D Dental Work Strictlyf Firstclass t tJitJt TAMFTON Dn J C MDDD t LaWTON i pjbp- acUis J r ud Surgeo- uscceover j Haydons Drugstore r T= GRIGSBYfi aTTORNEY AT LAW O4fe Qyer Peoples Bank- SPRINGFIELDj KY J BlR01JaDS M WYATT iBABOS t HYATT 1 I Epicids aid Snrgeofls ice over McElroy Shultz DRJH HOPPER ffilSICM and SDRfifiOH Zy tr PHONES Office Over Otf1c e 97 Hagans Grocery HIeIce7lcJ Ir tJAMESGRA VES VV PRACTICAL ifclnker aTJeweler i Carries a line of Watches Clocks aid Jewelry RepaIring a Spe- cialtyi Located on MaiD Street opposite Presbyterian church Sprlngfileld Ky H I F TRUSTY l PRACTICAL DENTISTI Office jover Haydon Barber JDental work atreasonable prices Xll work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY t JON Y MAYLS- 9UIEALn f uiHtCTOR 5 JU JICEKSEOEMBAlMER rELEFHONE- TDAY19aNIcHf 74 7SPRINGEIELD RI Itairoad ScheduleJ T Following is the time schedule nowin effect on the Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad VNQ 41 Leays Louisville al410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm pmi530 am Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am trrives at Louisville 755 am PNO 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 093O am Bardstown 1115 a m upriveg Springfield 1240 pm To44Leaves Springfield a 120pm Brd town 230 pm Bardstown Junction 485 pm arrives at ouisville 545 pm I j Kp 50 Sundays only Leaves Lj5HrinKfield at 715 am Bards lorn8 am Bardstown Junction gi45am arrives at Louisville yoT35am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown JunctioD 650 pm Bards town 7S3 p m arrives at Springfield Ip25pm UlIlAIL f FROM Singfie1dl tiI1isburg iLeaves Springfield at 6 am tfirHYeSat Willisburg at 9 am leives 5rijlisburg 3 pm arrives fr Vipringffeld 6 pm Passenger 5 Tate one way 50c Baggage J extrai Reasonablerates Freight hauling e i Richard Riley itjsGirri1ge e Repair Slop I1 t liffeinds wood work and up holisteririg done G rain Cradles on hand for sale ji hivt for sale now one new 1 bjitfra e buggy new hand aide tfffog wagon and a good jjeond b ud spring wagon 4 1will work cheaply for the BKmey All Wjrfc strictly cash VH BOND Springfield Ky A r ffaffSKM raHreiga M d 4 i litLocalMppen1ns ot Interest i T1 O n a The Freshest and LfttesU i IIS I I 1 i g F HM fkl kinds of bargains atHagan Bros IrI All your produce wanted at Cam buls grocery f Horse collar of all sizes and grades at Hayd I1 Barkers ComO inanas e our line of canned goods i I HaganBros I Dont overlook the 5 and lOc counters J jHagan Bros Ir WANTEDAj good tobacco tenant Apply to C D Miller i Fresh Sprin vegetables at McElroy Bros grocery Just receive4ai beautiful line of pictures h HaganBros hoesieftvNice woolen blankets at bar gin prices at GrUndy Mctntire Dont forget Heinz sour plckeh at 5 cents a dozen at Campbells Geta pair of our 75c steel shears at 25c before they sre all gpne Campbells t FOR SALE About 500 locust posts J W Tucker SpringS field Ky We carry every thing in canned goods and guarantee satisfaction McElroy Brosb Sixi cakes of all kind Qf wash sop for 25c excepbJFels BTapth- aatfCampbells I 1 Anything in glass and queens Jtaresat cut pricesjthis week at tCnmpben yearolpblackl nic j driver Lpnnie Campbell A few outing gowns and dres sing sacks to pricestthat will attract Grundy Mc Intire It Dogs made a aid on fche flock of sheep belonging to Auberry T YJt near Madkville one night lastl weekand filled sixteen Mr Robert FS itton Jeports a daughter bornt his wife Sun day morning at Newport where Mrs Sutton is with herparents- WANTEDTo buy enough sawed lumber tb build a stock barn Either oak or poplar Luther lA Burns We have the- iilargest stock of plow gearing ever brought to Springfield Hayjdon Barber Grundy Mclntire have a few ladies cloaks t which they will let goat half price to close out t l i i LosTrOn the road between W P Bookers find town 30 in paper money Return to county clerks office and get reward Fonza Mudd FOR SATJEAfllC family by mare not afraid pf anything and works good anywhere For sale by SM Campbell Safe for ladies Haydens celebrated trace chains collar pads hame strings hack bands brial Sand in fact everything in horse Millinery at Hiydon Barbers GruifoftheVafleyHill record for lambs so far this year He has 10 ewes which gave birth to 20iambs last week and every lamb is living and thriving Mr Paul Azbiil pf Columbia largeJ land Ohio to be run from Columbia to Campbellsville for the use of the traveling1 public Grundy Mplntire have just received a new Itne of Spring ginghams Call and see them Everybody is singing In the Hills of Old Indiana by the same author In the Valley where the Old Ohio Flows You want a copy Its good Ed M Russell The Court House is being equipped with a set of handsome sleep easy chairs for the jury The chairs were furnished by W E Leachman the furniture man A hundred and ten subscribers have taken advantage of our clubbing offer the NEWSLEAD ER and dailyHerald for one year for 2 Hirry andget in while the offer lasts I will pay 45 cents per bushel for good sound white corn de livered at my mil until Feb 15 1906bW E Berkley Lebanon Ky Mr Luther A Burns has sold his farm situated a mile and a half north of Springfield on the Willisburg pikeS to Mr J R Durrett of Bloomfield Price about 7000 The farm contains 107 acres i We are just in receipt of an extra large spring stock of white goods linens laces embroider ies ginghams cottons sheetings etc special display for Friday and Saturday Robertson Bros Mr C R Mclntire moved into the Noe house recently oc cupied by Mr Tom OBryan Mr OBryan has moved into the house recently purchased by Mrs Simpson of Mr J L Barber Mr Burr Crume and Mrs Mayme F Miiir of Bardstown were married afc the Galt House in Louisville on Tuesday Both of the young people are well known in Springfield The bride who as Miss Mayme Figg has frequently visited here Mr Grume is a brother of Mrs Hugh Stiles of this place and of Dr Ernest Grume of Frederickstown The WashingtonCounty Fiscal Court met yesterday to consider the question of buying a traction engine for use in working the roads of the county By a vote of four to six it was decided to buy an engine and committee was appointed to consider differ ent propositions and to report to a futuremeeting of the court Real estate has changed hands at quite a lively rate on Virginia Avenue during the past week Marks Green bought j three 60 foot lots of E A and Ernest Cox for 450 and also one of J C McElroy for 150 E A and Ernest Cox also sold to Mrs F T Cox a lot at the same price and another to froja G L Whar IJnIl At the installation services of the new officers of the Presby terian church last Sunday the report of the church Treasurer was read The report shows the church to be in a flourishing condition financially and other wise The church is entirely free of debt and has money in the treasury The church also has the largest membership in its history f Mrs Berry widow pf W G Berry for years a resident ofI atlGravel Switch aged about 70 years She was the mother of Toney Berry the wellknown iiiti tiJlwJib iw lwilIij li i1 Cylinder and Disct4D eoI Records I 3d Centsv Each fiPhonograhs and Graphophones fc I on the INSTALLMENT PLAN f3 Jail and see for yourself It does notiii i cost you plaything to hear some of the IIc finest muic in the world t I EII M Russell3 E cP iCoffee Pay more a for littleGget 00drcoffeedPst in V IT WILL SAVE DOCTOR BILLS tv You would not buy any spoiled or musty hay or oats for your horse nor would give him polluted water yv to drink As your grocer for GOOD COFFEE and when X YOUget j BLANKES COFFEES I You can depend on ityou are getting tthe best on the market Call for them For sale tiy i J bnsontt IcCabeli t painter Mrs Berry with her husband for years operated the Berry Hotel at this place The funeral will take place at the Baptist church this place on this Thursday morning Rev B Lt Purdom will onduct the services PoIsiHibyrikcRMt News comes of the narrow es cape from death of Della and Nellie little daughters of Mr Joe Burkhead a wellknown farmer of the Tatham Springs neighborhood Mrs Burkhead it seems had gathered some roots of the poke berry bush from which she intended to make a decoction to feed to her chickens as a tonic She carelessly laid the roots which are poisonous in a place to which the children had access and the two little ones before their mother was aware of their danger had found and had eaten some of the deathly root They were soon deadly sick and it took vigorous work and the adminIs- tering of strong emetics to bring the little ones around It was several hours before they were pronounced out of danger Curry Tlllmpse Mr Oscar Curry of this place and Miss Susie Thompson of Louisville were quietlymarried by Rev Father Walsh in Louisville yesterday The bride is the attractive daughter of MrDouglas Thompson formerly of this coiin ty but who has been living in Louisville for several years Mr Curry is a popular Springfield young man and is connected with the dry goods firm of Grundy Mclntire Mr and Mrs Curry came in on the train last evening and will make their home in Springfield DM li ttiiisvllle Mr L L Janes returned yes terday from Louisville where he has been at the bedside of his brother Mr John Q Janes who died Sunday am 1 oclock He had been an invalid for some years but the iimmediate cause of his death was cerebral hem morages The deceased was born in Washington county where he has many relatives and friends His home has been in Louisville since 1869 He leaves a wife and two grown sons and many friends whdwill remember him as a kind hearted Christian gentleman He was 67 years old Besides Mr I L Janes the deceased has two other brothers Thos H and J L Janes and a sister Mrs Carney all residents of this county DRKiNGs NEW DISCOVERY Will Surely Stop That Comh Notice tti Creiltirs S J Smock admr c vs fEquity Nora Scrogham By order of Washington Cir cuit in the above style cause all persons having claims against the estate of T C Scrogham deceased will present the same properly proven fore me at my office in Springfield on or before 24th day of February 1906 I will hold sittings in my office to receive such claims on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays until Feb 24 1906 M G LeachmanM C WOO liaise fir Sale I wish to sell privately my residence in Springfield opposite the Graded School building This is a new building modern in every respect and one of the most desirable houses in Spring field For futher particulars apply to JohnL Searcy romnnoDYrrM MMriI Ws P 1 N PERSONAL Miss Althaire Medley is visiting in Louisyilie YineGroMrs P R Neall was in touis yule last Thursday Mrs Charles Brady was in Louisvillei Monday Mr Hugh Noe was in Louis yule Stfnday Mr Richard Wathen of Leb anon was in town Sunday Mr McCartney of Henrj countyis visiting his brother MissBessie Leachman visited Mrs JH Hopper last week MissFladget Simms is visiting Miss Dizzie Spading in Lebanon Rev G W Lyon iis assisting in a meeting at Jeffer nvil1e led Mrs G WLOD And Mlss Hopkins are visiting relatives in Louisville f Mrs A C Hourigan of iJeb anob was here the first of the week Mrs M E Slaughter of New Port Ky is visitipg friends here v frs J C Talbott and Mrs J A Tong are visiting relatives in Louisville Mr J G Austin iheinsurance I MonIMiss Sallie Bosley of Lebaa qn is a guest atthe home o l Mr G D Duncan The Misses Bathett of Mer cer county Are visiting relatives abMackville Miss Myitje Price and Miss RDbbieSimms are sick this week with the grip Messrs C W Hagan tind Chas Haydon were in Louisville Sunday Messrs John FFrapk and Beti Simms spent Sndayin Louisville Mftsdames HM OIan1 Eliz abeth Hord and Miss Josie Lice spent Monday in Louisville Miss Mary Dorsoy of Bloomfield is the guest pf Miss Jennie Leachman l Miss Lucy Selecman has re turned from a weeks visit to Miss Bessie Rogers at Lebanon Miss Pearl Conner of Fred erickstown visited Mrs Kate Williams last weekIMrs Walter E Leachman has returned from Louisville where r IISeedi g 1 1 TIm6 is here and we handle tg the best Y g CloverI t I AJiafa Ii Orchard Grass J i f Blue Grassr g tRedt I Timothy JlSSoltgurlonteedcleant I Hay on BBrher Isa11 she visited her mother weeks severaiI Messrs C C Cambron End Chas Cj NcGfill of Lebanon were in town Tuesday Mrs Olayton Stallinjs and Miss Nora Bohta are visiting in Marion coun y Mr aou Mrs Wilbam Huston Taylorsville are visiting their daughter Mrs J D Wells Tfr Chas Wells is at Fairfieli this week making arrangements to move his family to this place I Mr Joseph Price who was hisIboro Miss Mattie IRoner of Sit- Marys visited Miss Sarth arid Sunday ISlmmssatudtJy Bevil was call Ohio by the serious illness of her son Mrs Nannie Simms and daughter Nancy are in Louis ville this week Miss Whaj e who has been visiting her father Col R E Whayne returned to Louisvill Monday Mrs i R Mahon and Mis Jennie McElrDyj of Lebanon visited the family of Mr E S Mayes Mqnday Mr McQuade JJrom Lowell Mass was a guest of the family L5f GeJrgei Medley the first of the week Mrs J H Parker who wa the guest of her sister Mrs Vil lard Thompson returned to London last Thursday Miss Willa Knott is visiting Mrs denry Edelen at Bards town and will remain for the KeJlyEdelen wedding on thE 8th of JPebruary Mr Frank Peters who has peen making his home with Judge I H Thurmans family the pst year has gone to Lebanon to remain permently Mijses FJcjrcEceEJleien Flad get Sins ana Mary Hay dun arid Messrs W T Leachman Hood Cunningham and Fran PetErs attended the show ai Lebanon Friday nIght ojg s 37 o 3Et I a jISignature 111of Political Gossip The Frankfort correspondent of the CourierJournal has been indulging ins me political speculation and gossip concerning the congressional races IHe has the following to say concern ing two of Washington countys politiciansi An interesting situ ation prevails in the Fourth dis trict T Scott 11a yes is an avowed candidate What Con gressman Dave Smith will do he 4ias not yet mjjlde public Some of those who want to run seem de1clued apparent finally either to run or not to run Senator Harry Lancaster who is Mr Smiths secretary said he had rio positive information as to Mr Smiths intentions It is understood however that Mr Mayes will be a candidate whether Mr Smith is or not Will D Claybrooke Washing ton Bounty representative In the Legislature has been men tioned but he will not make the race He will probably be for Mr Mayes if he ruusV It is alto gether likely that he will be a candidate for the Senate next time it being Washingtons time to name the candidate PbysiCIanI Hyomcl nhalepihat Is Guaranteed by The RcdCroas Drug Sfpre io Cure Catarrh Thousands who rhave been cured by Hypmei call the inhal er that comes with every outfit The little pocketo physician as it is so small that it can be carried in the pocket or purse There is really no excusn what ever for anyone having catarrh now that Hyomel is so readily obtainable If you have atfy doubts about its 4value The Red pross Drug Store will let you have complete outfit with the understating that unless it cures catarrh it will not l cost LyouacentI A complete Hyomei outfit con sists of the little pocket physician a medicine dropper and a bottle of HyonJei and costs only Si while additional bottles of Hyomei can be procured for 50 cents making it themost econ omical as well as the most reliable treatment for the core of catarrh tta 1- MAKES OLD THINGS NEW CkWU 9nHf is TrotterJ It wfflnnke 6whole interiorof your fcoltte AffllHf MW making1e Disbing aTAIiy unnecessary It is notia 7 cdA bit a Twtsurface food gnclcfener biing p the iw origina1f and makiiigk brighter thaUTuE ever It is applied with A piece oC tfcccM liTmKlj5s CAWORK Todryingc stains dirt dullness Itcanbe applied 31s to any finish with beneficiid retltg Nat anye1i1j j VIPECJALl wptix Ej Jnotbeautiful I thatlookbeMficia1other finkkM D1III tkietf sells at 50 cents a bottle andab ttieis w kirenovate the ordinary home Try it aMoitl4 a1 1tA few trial bottles it K e each TSOLD BY 0 The Red Cross Drug Store i 2OO9o 2 6 S f t MCflStJI Sb1 t I1a AtLess- Thall g 8 ost j cQ We be just completed an inventory of our sirek Qi and find that we are overstCCked mi Mens Colorect Q Shirts and in order to reduce this tock at nce we lav 9 decided to put a price on them that will make then rd 0 Beginning Friday Feb r2we will for i5 days offer all 100 Colth1at 75 i Iand all 51150 Colored Shirts at 1 OO fori q I CashOnIy L I j l r We positively cannot charge them at these prices The p terns arJ CHOICE but we have too manjv v5iKJv U J qS RTS9NBRS1 f1 b ooo c oo oooooo D J r lH i Speciall Linen i Ji i ijj t I d Ii AND L f i 10i40ryi SaieJ i Thursday and Fridayd lff Pelbruary 1st and 2dI 6 r rX We wiiII offer specia bargain in Tbl i4 Linens and Haraburgs r- ItI FORF RTHESE TWO nAYs iii JlIw Remerner the DaJtnd c0rye iin it will pay you A II tirutidy Mcj jl 4- tt r 1 r a W s lI isIhe first National iWLo SPRINGEIELD Ys lipiliI 4SOO SSiililus ood UndivIded PrIls 8 i S OFFICRSB L 141sey Presidentf JoI Ww vx11 S AMclroy Cashrer L B CLia Astaat iMr JL J I Foster BokXeper j I DIRECTORSBI Wtsey JW Lewis kiiwy Gr 0 P bell RH Edclcn H M Grundy Jofcp O I we rant every lavor consfetemt with M6 bu ag y WIII solicited VrespectfullY IIelll tiil tii ftit111f l r pr r =I attIIn the cab I Ye egbiee- riidtkit I 4 jQtiug uiau slirul wpVJ stage load of clill JsXLto fttd ou to te track from 1 at what a blessing it Won- Mu6e it jog could stop short in teBtfer ike a Bjjra walking TDkelBHf Mid the engineer Wliy jwaaf fellow tIf that stnge you speak ei were to appear now and I coilld C step IIIQnHkes mau walking 1 WeaUftt 4o it Intend Id Tieep right ea UlJdU the kids W1tyt BBmse it would be the more Jut MMie OHrse In one case there wouldr r lua a ato0r bad Ofkl1S slnugQter tic oeir case there would bo tue 1Ier or a traInload of people Tills train U gong ut the rate of fortyfivet mliV an1JoUlf and the sudden stQp t eC a train going ntthat rate Kratrti give the passengers precisely 1to lisjBe flwck that they would get from a fall of fiftyfour feet afall from itiiousetop V 1 Pr pftrIK fertile StGrai A corespondent in the north of Ire J AShs rni the Tollowing account of nfl interesting Incident that came under t JM observation Being on a nlklngto rthrough IIi Isbowen and jjapslug along the edge of LOUt Swilly the romantic Lake of jjjfedowg he noticed an Immense gath ering of rooks on the sandy horel In i f company with several others the tour i ist was attraetetf by this novel spec lactoaM began to wonder at the cause 4Clfc AH old man who ivan working in aJfeki Bear the place offered an expla Ration He said that the birds were I picking up sand to ballast themselves HTii storm and that when they did so itjwas a sure sign of approaching bad ireatlieiv He added that on shooting rOOks after a gathering of the sort he kad found that they were loaded with and As a matter of fact the gentle man1 conclydes a violent gale set In ftrlyaest morning Pearsons Weekly TInt Mplderg Web Sjf fre compare the dimensions of the jppider with those of its web we are 1orcd to admit that the little creature 1a true engineer able to construct cabte network of relatively enormous size Thread after thread is put In po ltlo1n the desired and necessary or aer iIllKl sometimes prolonged observa r tloa on the part of the investigator is required in oqder to understand the rea ps which direct the spider In its complicated operations and which ioake it always follow the same order asd the game laws Some of these rca 00S8 are explained by geometry others by the strength of materials and lie who s cceeds In discovering the why of All the Interesting details of the toetod eaapk yed is compelled to admit J to lilfflself that he could not havj chleyed so good a result with tho game materialx Peor Richard uJ1l Deeember of the year 1732 4 v ays BIgelows Life of Franklin Franklin commenced the publication eCwbat he styled Poor Richards Al jnIanac price fivepence It attained in astonishing popularity and at once jihree editions were sold within the Bionth of its appearance The average sale for twentyfive years was 10000 a year He was sometimes obliged to Jiutit topreflatn October to getasup adgij Pjj copSe3 totlie remote colonies by v the beginning of the year Ittias been translated into nearly if not quite cv ery written language and several dlf lrent translations of It have been made into the French and the German It contains some of the best fun as wen as the wisest counsel that ever t emanated from his pen China Ping The flagof China Is one of the gayest among ensigns The body of the lIng i Is pale yellow In the upper left hand t corner Is a sulall red sun LookIng In tently at the sun is a fierce Chinese dragon The dragons belly Is a brll liaritred and white His green back Is covered with stiff knobs He Is stand Jug on his two hind paws and the left 4fore toot His feet are five toed and slightly hooked His long five forked L tall stretches away In the rear The i dragons neck Is arched back ills iiiuth Is wIde open and he looks os tr J lie were about to try to swallow the 77redsus IThea and Now When old Flndger came to this sown twentyfive years ago said the man in the mackintosh everything he had in the world was on his ba k And now queried the man who vjiad his feet on the table Well his wife and six daughters Tbyjarryfcago Tribune = =t jL Solitude iSolitudQ relieves us when we are sick jof company and conversation when we jnre weary of being nlone so that the rene cures tbe other There Is no man p miserable cs he that at a loss to 1 eehls time Seneca l A Fearful Dream trI obbsOldTitewndd Is about dead from Insomnia Says he is afraid to go to sleep S Dobbs r ocs he fear burglars iobbsNo but the last time be slept ke dreamed of giving away his money Women 215 Well as Men I Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis seurages and lessens ambition beauty vlgot tIand cheerfulness soon disaprwhcn the kid neys are out of order or diseased t Kidniy trouble has become so prevalent lJthatiUs not uncommon b for trchild to be born 16 afflicted with weak kid 4 l t = I neys If tle child urln- a ales too often if ifln icld the flesh or if when the theI reaches an age when it should be able to i controll the passage it is yet afflicted with feed wettinf depend upon It the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first tep should be Jowards the treatment of tiwee bnporlifaVtrgans This unpleasant troubie ic due to i diseased condition of the Fkidneys and bladiier and not to a habit pwst people suppose 131 Women as well as men are made ml with kidney and bladder trouble f ftj remedyji one dollar atoH Yumyhavetti t fte bMlte by mail INS aise ptrnphleftell fgMI Swiizpfloot the oftImt t per t d 0t TIio Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beeII in use fbr over SO years has borne the jsiffnatnre of A and has heeninado under his per 4AsonaupcrvIsions1nco its infAncy no one you in this All Courit erfcits j Imitations and JustaSgood are but Experiments thattrifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What CASTQRIA isn harmless substitute for Castor Oil Rare 11CaStorin arid Soothing SjTups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays FeVerishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mid Flatulciicy Tt assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend CUE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The Ind You Haye Always Bought Jn bse For Over 30 Years Till CLNtUH NW YOlI 1 i ELEPHANTWJ1BptINGr- lzey Were 5 t Only Dolnc 3lan TVorlr but DoIng It Mnns MVay The elpphnnts round its weSre drag gln tiia lotrs to the miH tp b6 Saw4 they ivercvimtmcssed for this tvun broad breast hand and heavy chains native looifcjd the chains round the log nnlJh elephant stuiltetloft with them nnd ftcijqsited th lJiolltbe trol rcy Otfters fero plekiiis up the sawed Vuks with their trtmks anti carryiux pilpilJievery elephant audit the animal picked up ioo small n Irnk the ttialiont woula lInt with his lou spii that two 3iiglit go to tliat load Then grunting he olepiiftflt vonld pick up the sec nd with ijil lito delicacy of bulgwce cm uiarclj Ore and deposit tlitfli be jide the UrItJs returning fov anther loud as there vrcro any pKitiks realty When tb rb were lonf lie would toW iiia ease in the aui and wait or perhaps1 there were heavy logs to bi pusiiwt from one place tO anther andlIfiQUshing wouhj do kith iii5 trunk envied against tLc log no elephant Avonld give himself the trouble of picking it up any more than ft JJ11SeUf ltl piclup amIrfJster Yare faseliatlng it was than can rirtolseoi to jungle patriarch tiiet vvn tb a heaNy log twist his truult iound III plice It on the top of tho Vile and then tralculate its position and push mid VU Iluutll It was square Uf Its place ifie oddest because tlie mst reasoilaljle thing was to see the Icphaut pulling against the cud of a rCfT heavy jqjj stretch out one hind eg to give JiimsoIC balance qnd fur chase Thai seemed to bring hiia somehow1 very rTonear to us lIe v 19uot- JI1y doing oflr work but te vas dong it in our vay Preaeutlywitli one accoVi all tho ilephants djrqp ped wprk and moved in the ditecttoii tot the sheds That mtiis Its 11 oclock sali the foremanlL dinner hour Not for hiuiself coulu vre get them to do a stroke of wock from now till 3 Its their off tiip At 3 they begin again and worisqlii dusk and t jcy start about in tlie Corning Ijui they tlont indcrstjail overtime Jall Mall Ga t tt9 rConceit of thc itooMie- rWtreit uft for the disgusting self tocceit ot4e roosters one might en joy a poultry sbowrThe rooster js near to Wliires hehrt He baa not trllina lien chough to veneer his opin ions with eoijimon politeness anil savoir fafre aadi l disgusting exhibition of ilte art of Lcipg it offends good taste and refinement Hpw the hen man ages to put up with it is certainly one of the mysteries of the coop if six Or eight hOUR would join a hens club modeled alter Sorosls and throw the rooster down good and bard once or twice lie would soon discover that be was not the only Kernel on the cob Minneapolis Journal A Spcillnsf Hole At a s hool inspection some of the boys found a difficulty in the correct placing of the letters i n dOle in such words as bclleve refeiveotct when the inspector said blandly ily boys I Tkil give you an infallible rul one I Invariably use myself The pupils were al aitcntltpi anti even the ajister jirlpkcd up his cnrs The in spector continued It Is simply this Write tb4 iiulli re exactly alike an J put tiiedbt In the middle over Xlicm London elegraph Xot wit lie Slcafat fOlhro her datihIerill you ilrty tlinf ftexv sonata for thp 1octo- r1OinliolBut mttllltlO tl1b ae r Ins had ito much Harrow lately PVc tor Butjimy dent yoking lady to hear you playj will npt be pcnsurev Fllo goads Blattep JTJB Sttf Carpet Always l fty an estrii jaid of stair parpetiug folding it under at each end so the carpet can be moved to cqnallzp the wea over the edge of the atcps I f Ivrnii tie Stnltm TO takfc kcnxeue staiiis out of caiv pets cover sp cs with buckwheat flour and bare oieiiilglit fly Inomuing the spots will have disappeared Aftqr the Defalcation c Jrnior lnrtier1verer suspected Wm at all Senior I riner Neltlicr dij 5i althousiivlt didfieem a to me tlSiithe slidnld betlttef1nulnrj 2000 a yearren ut ilfiOOrNew York Press j fINo map will be found wlib Bometlmfs hope or fear beyond itlie Urn Its of sober probability Jobnspo The Baby Beetles Cradle at almost any time of the year IIf wIthrough the woods where the scarlet black or pin oaks are growing that Is where we find those that riper their acorns in two seasons and there fore belong to the pIn oak groUpWI fallIof a lead pencil to that of ones thunij or even larger These at the broke end appecr as It cut away within the wooL so that only a thin portion is left under the bark Within the rather uneven cut generally near the center of the growth ig a small hole tightly plugged by the powder post of a beetle larva Split open the branch or twig when a burrow will be seen and the little wbite soft hard jawed lar perLtlpsA RnsHlnn Bear Story Here Is an odd hunting tale from fOlIl fifty miles distant Immediately after his arrival his gamekeeper announced thai a lingo bear had scaled the wall ol the park The count went out and sh it1ltthie dam of the cub which lie had killed and brought home The faithful creature had followed her dead oftelirlns those llfty miles at this sam pace as relays of post horses and ar vlvod in tithe to share the fate of her cub aJid to bnv a tuomiment erected whore she fcl Jleroury and thp uoiThe distance of Mercury from the sur varies owing to the eccentricity of ila oroit When he Is nearest to the suf he receives ten aud a half AJICS- mare light and heat than ve do but whei lie removes to his greatest Us taace the light and heat are reduced by raprc titan onehalf Even then h- otcrahe stan biases In the skies Moifury with a disk four and a hall tiincH larger than that which he show i us ou earth On Other Xljrfitir- iMr Cdodthlngltow dcour sIster Ike the engagement ring l gave her Bobby TIer Young Urother Well Its- In little too small Sffft has on awful LlJnJ1 time fcClMHJ tQtr vhen the otkW follows camE cl1un e f 1ait1 Wrisrinal Lovers Leap Sapphos Leap win the name given to nhJtcUrc or promontory ancient ly calUxl Leucadla now Cape Ducato at the southern extremity of Santa llaura due of the Ionian Islands It nsso called because Sappho the poeta s Is reported io have thrown herself from tills height Into the sea A criminal with birds attached to blm to break bis fall was thrown from the cliff at thcf annual festival nt Apollo and If bo reached the water unhurt he was picke up by boats placed there for that purpose This Is the rock from which according to the story lovers throw themselves in order to be fre from the paig8 of love Three Tiling Denfrcil As a result of observation and refleo tion during a long life touching public men and measures In wide variety I would desire for my country three things above all others to supplement American civilization From Great Britain Tier administration of criminal justice from Germany tier theater 11trysl1e11 V7iyrte wanted n iip At a certain Swiss hotel said an American tourist when I sot ready to go I tipped everybody who hind waited on me to the slightest extent and was ready to rtrive off when jm Indi vidual appeared and asked 1tI hind forgotten his existence Aiulwliat did you do for nie I asked fl I am tile mllert1crln the canton he replied But vthank heaven I have deeded your tecVvIces That Is not my fault ntI For tWo weeks have I been ready patch up your mangled remains and semT tlidiij on to your friends with my condolence and yet you have refused to go up on tire mountain ansi meet with a tni not for what 1 have done but for what I should like to have done V 1ite1eutaer In Iter Capita IJiiuleyI know youll be ltD hoar this I think Ill be PlenFlI ze a little on our household cxpeusw IU1JsMrs Lrldcy eagerly An ostrich feather TPUUar3cJphl Tress TJ ITile WMMIM WitMata K M advkncM in liCe without 1 home and without eapatlea la a pie tuw vltUout a frames A home of her very wit Is what every Woman craves whose Impulses toav not beeR vltlate4 by a false motive in life Despite tlMI multiplication of boarding liomsea the allurements of private apartments In well conducted Sats love of boime Is as inherent in remaua nature as tbt Instinct of nest bvlldlnr IB bird Ba tare It is all the better If there to i congenial husbaad to share It but home and happiness for ju woman sri inseparable Old flTalnvt FmraMmr tt If you have any old walnut funalrort keep it by all means It Is becoming rarer and more valuable all the time Most of tile pieces are ugly because when walnut was in fashion taste was at a low ebb An old bureau table or chest of drawers may be made a thing of beauty with a little expenditure In the first place the wood must be scraped of Its disfiguring varnish and brass or glass knobs put on Some pitcoa may have to be entirely remade but this is frequently done with mahogany gad other valuable woods p Be StyH Ji It Is the duty of every woman to make the best of herself The questlo Is how to do It and unfortunately many fall It is no good to be beauti ful and have no style A plain woman can often carry all before her If she achieves style she Is very apt to leave an ordinarily pretty woman miles be- hInd What Is meant by a nIt woman is generally one who develops sayii the London Queen her good points with due regard to the fashions and the modes of the moment t A Drr Salt path That salt possesses tonic qualities lt well known but It has remained for a woman suffering from nervous pro tration to use a dry sea stilt rub with beneficial results She soaks a coarse wash cloth Inn strong solution iof the sea salt then dries It Aft r lierVcold natli of a morning she wipes off thf moisture With a towel then rubs with the salty wash cloth till her skin jslo a glow She says she has find tills to tc far more Invigorating than the won usual bath In salt water The Child Room In the endeavor to secure beanfy In the home It should never be forgotten that the room of every child should be wade attractive with pretty cblutz and rare photographs sa that on waking and on golug to sleep hefirst and last sensation may be of pleasantness and that the mothers room which i after all the principal room of the house should be rendered memorable 1th Its loveliness and its aspect of peace fiuscessl fleA Polled Cattle Red polled cattle eat all kinds of fodder never losing appetite says American Agriculturist Mature bulls weigh 1800 to 2000 pounds and sometimes as high as 2SOO pounds Mature cows weigh 1100 to 1000 pounds the average being about 1200 pounds or over They mature early and make the best beef The VIcloH Brood Sow The brood sow that Is vicious and brcacby or that eats chickens should be sent to the butcher as soon as fat enough saya Farmers Advocate ItS doesnt pay at all to risk grown people much less children being chewed up by them and a chicken eating hog will soon destroy her worth of chickens if giycn opportuuijy Spinning an Egg Did you ever try to spin an egg All you have to do Is to boil the egg hard and twirl It In your fingers Then try to spin it ou its side In this you will fail as the egg will stand and spin oq Its large end A Shabby IleCroom A good way to completely transform a bedroom when the furniture has be come old and sabby Is to give everything a rout of enamel paint White Is always pretty for a sleeping room and a dainty room can be made by having all the furniture woodwork picture frames anti boxes painted With white enamel Get a pretty Little rose bud spotted muslin and of It make bed spread dresser covers curtains and nwhlon covers You will find that with tery little trouble and small expense you will have a bower so dainty that Si1t onvv von SIlTED Jiff IE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similari i expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note ifrom iinfancy to old age ScottjS Emulsion offers a reliable imIind vitality and repairing vaste The ac t i o n of Scotts Emulsion is no nore of a secret than the composition of the Emulsion itself What it does it does through nourish ment the kind of nourish ment that cannot be obtained in ordinary food otIEmulsion and gather good from it fetfUH Mai you ai It sackelie as that Waplct in the loon et a lab th4 wraIofcyry bottic is4len y rrNE rlHe What MMcmhlcd- Saaao years ago William T Smedtaf- Wfirikd in the same hotwe with f yfang man who prided hlBaselif oa hto likeness to the artist though truth ts tell he was ye y plaln while Mr Sniedley was quite handsome says the New York Times One morning at breakfast he lurniea tbMrI Smedley and said Do you know I am thought very like you Indeed was the answer I cannot see any resemblance Well give me a god look now vtA tell me who I am like The artist looked at him steadily for a few moments and then replied You look only like the boarding house martyr at the steak INe Cae For Worrp saving inventions never da any real bans to laboring men anC women said Professor S P Langley the scientist and aeronaut They Who bemoan the appearance of laber saving devices are unwise r Professor Langley smiled MSuch unphilosopblcal persons resumed should learn a lesson hfI the stable cat Have you heard of table cat It sat on the horses d Dear dear the horse wallEd Now that automobiles are coming into uch favor I fear I shant be wonted Nonsense said the stable cat Dont c rry on so brother The mouse trap dtilat do away with lid ttr A W V Oat Mrs HIram Offen See here Marls the dishes you have put on the table of late have been positively dirty Some things got to be done about Iit Maria True for ye maam If ye only bad dark colored ones maam they would not show the dirt at alL Philadelphia Press Cajilt and Charges Qulziness Which do you prefer t i sell for cash or charge things Busi nessCash of course But If they dont pay promptly then I prefer charges Baltimore America HOBS Heed Animal JTeea Animal feed Is a necessity for the growing stock The most convenient way of supplying It Is to use aiilmal meal In the mash or meat scrap In a self feeder If the former Is used It should not exceed 10 per cent of the total weight of the mash for very young chicks percent Is enough Breeding Draft FllUe French English and Scotch farmers and horse breeders generally bleed their draft fillies at two yeats oldan4 by generous treatment they develop good large size at three when they liars a colt and they have learned te work and earn their keep National Stockman soft Yes be declared I think one grows to be like the things he eats You must have been brought up marshmallows she auggested Chica go Recordi erald- Cbritma SaperrtltloH There are many Christmas supersti thong llong held ps articles of faith that are to be recalled how that oxen kneel In their stalls at midnight on Christ mas eve III adoration of the Nativity and for one hour have the power of speech for that one hour toothe lost spirits have rest Judas sleeps Herod ceases to clank his chains the daugh ter of Herodlas may pause In the dance In which she Is condemned to spin forever and Pilates ghost ceases Its was derings on Mount Pilatus It was be lieved too that the sound of churct bells could be heard wherever a church had stood though no traceremaln and that on that pregnant night one sleeping In a manger would see his future l wUUn laiintrv Ufa In Xmir1 Jd What H Mcaat An American In London once attend ed a dinner where Henry Arthur Jones told a story about Beerbohni Tree Mr Tree said the playwright meta friend of hIs one afternoon in Regent street The two stood and conversed a little while and then Mr Tree said Have you been down to see me act lately my boy No too poor said the other Too poor Mr Tree exclaimed Why you spend enough on wine and cigars But the other nettled interruptpdx I dont mean Im too poor I mean youre too poor he said Dreiilaar s am Art1 cultivate dress as a fine art for minute attention to personal adornment and elegance of toilet Is the duty of every man or woman in civilized soCIe- ty It is tho outward show that en ables the world to judge of us personal ly our character refinement and eon dition of the station of life In which we are thrown It Is a duty we owe our family our friends and the world at large It Is the passport to good breeding and the support of fine man uers ills View t1 wonder said Mrs Bickers who was In an unusually amiable mood if the Russians and Japanese will really fight to the bitter end II dont know why they should snarled Mr Bickers Theyre not mar ried Chicago Inter Ocean The Stable Deer On some farms the doorways of horse stables arc old style and too narrow for a large horse easily and safely to pass through It Is noticeable that some horses will rush through a doorway very quickly They probably have been hurt sometimes or received a knock that Is not forgotten Better put In a wider stable door and show the horse he is not going to be hurt The Parts Home If you bare a farm go to work and make a home out of It Do not be dig gug for dollars all the time buUput In t gJm part of the time lu making your h mc as It should be Make the house convenient for the wife and have a home which you are not ashamed to call your own A Handy Wagon Every fanner ought to havealowl- awn platform wagon arranged so that crated sides can be put on for the re moral of animals dead or olive In this way live calves can be transported comfortably not being jostled about ai la the case la hzxesFarmvnzruai The Kind Site Xlked Von BlumerWrlte a love letter to my wife and Ill sign it v Clerk What Jlmo k1i ntfmrtset1 tieltiey shy that gtte qualities make the happiest marj rlagea He Thats why Isa looking tot a girl with money 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