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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jJTvr f 1 t H tJ fH L1- Series Vol XHIr No 6 t SPRINGFitELb WASHINGTONi COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 8 Iii t 1001d tl J i jo 7 t b IIb tIJr In 1 ste to our friends thLle tobacco growing eo OD Ihftti we tire not cOiinechtl d c T riatlaay ter wreiO1 pr ware ho r i L tecfcV Strictly Inde 13IOI4iTobucoo Warehouse C HOB M1M1MNMI j 0 A BRIDGES Co- P j n pickett Tobacco =W Iionwville Ky 40Ot DWECTORY 5 I SPIGmLD county seat of y CotntY 52ai1cs outji oo = J IiiiIewfroxtat Jjf oaiaTilif nn ardstbwn branch of- LOeirlile ad Niahyille railroad ia R fM iKaJJd agricultural district BAks telegraph and telephone 4T i express office flour mills lumber 6 jjutoi Potation 1100 population of WHtMtT 1506 Jteprei mtatve ill Congress Hon D 1IBf HodgenTille Ky J xti ti KeutuCk3 Legis j ttwOTwt WDt Cliybrooke RejurectZtiVC i State Senate Hon ajtertLb1ofl w csty Directory r CIRCUIT COURT cirJilt Court begins n the fourth K ottdC l in Jj braary May and Octo Mr t I Bjhurmai Jufige rL JDlorha1ll ltIiiEal1h CQacuDPbell w Clericst jGrp Leachma31tt ommIdg r L QUART RLY COURT o Quarterly Court is heldon thethlrd t ilondayIn each mouth Bii Vitsey Judge COUNTY CO R1aCottflty Coitrt meets on the oIJfourth tfonday in ech rnutldB titsey Judge WFBooker County Clerk TS Mayes County Attorn lf George Catlett Jallerl itt Skiley Ofibourne Sheriff 1 Sam Anderson aHHerbe tEddleman Depu tie T Ed Masters va aJaiFuro pJBryafl Assessorro fW T Mitcheli Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J MiiMontgomery Coroner j W Bush Sup of Common lohook P 0 Springfield CITY COURT IfIJJames R woe Police Judge JhJohh Grace Marshal WS Grigsby City Attomeyg 4iUSTICECOUr r pJflT0tlCl Courts are held in January j Aprili July and October Cfhutch Dlrectoryii ffliBTHODlBT CUTJRCEa tRevG W Lyon Pastor Ser t vices on the First and ThlrdSundaTS Ineachmontbatiramand73q pm i II Sunday School eerySdtaUO a m 0Prayer meeting every Wednesday Jatght rj CHOLICICEURCHI ejPF HennessaTj Past ttSer Vlces eyery Sunday at 8 and 10 clock zthServiCeS at St Rose same hours vr Il CHRISTIAN CHURCH vfi Z Wclld n Pastor ervict j cverySifldaY FftESBYTERIAN OHURCr Ttev T P Inatimer Patoi Preaching every Sunday at llj ain aai at 7pjn Sunday school every sunday at 10am Prayor meetIn- gverThurSdaY evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev WmHanilonWi11imt5Pa tt j Preaching every Sunday atl an and 745 pm Sunday School ever Sunday at 930 a a Urayer meetiof at 745 ocloclIvery Tae day evening Fraternal Orders j MASONIC LoDGE Sprkigfieicl loflfji Fo50 meets first and third Monday I ttcach month- Washimsfton R A ChapterNo5 meetsevery second Tuesday Sprinjffield Council Jo52 meets or yen iourthiMonday KNIGHTS of THE MACAHHES Meet t If iii4 ni iFoLEYsT q HONEYUDTAft PrsenluillisF Rerm ember the name NrTIC Insis- tups having the genuine Thq i s tic IOC4fO- Gprprrd only by Fo4o 4oqmpe nv Chicam Fro sale byRd Oro Drug stc 5 i 4 J- WTiILJW3WSwLEADER I 7w i jJ f i s H ii itf 4 H HfiiII 4J A ROUND Or4 TALK 1 m HmMMM sarneOldTliing r lJ Erom the Clevcarid Leader J t j avegMl the sonri llen sung r tn 3 ft feact fr4f Ancijis there nothing new Someineody thLstrikes tie ear i AsiStrainsof musl i Uo SSatr have an art fto ouch the heart Sonie unexpected tune To push the winters doors apart And breathe the air of ijune avth th AAhlm def1lJY ii rdear 1jAnd all the meterjj jiiijl I want to write youisomethingr here That cannot be accused Of Jjeing tritj if I but mighty A bit of lovers lore Of which you duhiotby Pm quite Sure Ive heard that before L es fj lS OJ IiPor4anynewepresson onJ And any words seem far too cold E6r any loves confessionfj1iSetjjBter men iro searching thend For omething thatis new iyi use the same old phrase againi Gee but Im stuck on you j tr1 0 EXTERMINATE DOGS We notice that there is a SLimanm Xiouisf ille ho1 is per lin name1ho I for the extermination of ogs He says in ah interview Our purpose jis to exterminate the entire canine racje They are destroyers of our peace at night and menace usat ja1 times with dreaded hydrophobia They re hot useful to man for anyi whatsoev r Watch oss could easily be lisJlacedby guinea fowls or geese since these birds tell promptly of iHe presence of strangers by their star tled cries Bloodhounds couldI nd ought to be dispensed withE heir evidence iis always unreli attu The fellow who will giveJJ Vole to such sentjmerit as the above evidently never owned a dog and should be turned out tojthe companionship of his geese j and guinea fowls Our friend may not thinkthat a dog is of ouse whatsoever but he will ave a hard time to convince the 9 men out of ever 100 who ownI dogs to tbateffect By the way the new dog tax law which has just been passed by1 the Ken tucky Legislature will serve to test the strength of mans affection for his d gThere are many men who will fightfortheir dogs and who will defendhim against la ders such as an accusation of sheep killing or other disgraceful acts With some menthe dollar worshiparsthe supreme test will come when theyare called Atop y a dollar a year on Fido and Shep to save them from the sheriff If a dog owner successfully stands that test he will pass muster But we are afraid that ther will be many afaithful dog frifend sacrificed by a miserly master who will fail to standthe tfest cY TATE FAIRTe notice State Senator B q JphnsoU of Bardstown has introduced hill in the Legislature for the repeal of the act allowing an annual appropriation of 15OCO for the Kentucky St4e Fair It is unfortunate that in the whirl of politicall schemes some ppli titians see fit to1 attack one of die few acts of recent legislation that is really a benefil to the jarring and stock raiSmjgi Indus ry of the State Kentucky aL- though naturally adapted far above other statesfor the pro duction of fine live stock and agricultural productsiis lacking in that enterprise so character istic of some of her sister states which encourages and promotes any movement towards benefit ting sand advertising such inter e3ts The Kentucky State Fair ct Loxington last year was a iecidtd success and stock rais irs and people generally showed heir willingness to support and encourage the enterprise We lOpe the Legislature will act promptly and sit down hard on Senator JohnsonsljilL Bruke DIWM The first trip of the big motor jar which is fb be opef aled be wrefri GampbellsviUe and Colum bit was not made without inci MMMM tMMM delbt The machine left Camp bellsyill on iit initial journej shortly atjer the arrival of tilE noon train Wednesday T here pusenrIthing worked perfectly until a point near Green River bridge about eight miles from Camp bellsville was reached There the machine stopped and upon investigation it was found that tJPtiqtihe jigasg i waR out of repair and all of the gasoline had been lost Surreys were ordered and the passengers taken to their destination Apart of the machine had become loosened in transit was lost and could not be fouid and the bigi auto is at present out of corn mission The tap or bnlt that JpausedhB trouble hid to be or Fered from the factory and as jsoon as rccelyed the auto will ybegia its regular trips between the two places Enterprise La nDo6 and Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows La grip but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar It cures la grippe coughs aud prevents pneumonia and consumption A for Foleys Honey and Tar rnd refu any substitute of fered Mr G Vac Er 157 Osgood St Chicago wiites My wife had a severe case of grippe three years ago anq It left her with a ter rable cough She tried a bottle of Fcdeys Honey anc Tar and if gave immediate relief A SO cent bottle cured her cough entirely Refuse substitutes Sold by The Red Cross Drugstore Arrested in Texas Information was received at Danville Tuesday to the effect that J Oraig Ralston onetime editor of the Dacvill Sdvocate and now servinl in the capacity for the Herald 1 daily newspaper publish tPqrt Arthur Texas had been placed under arrest for the publication in his journal of an article stating that the white people off Port Arthur were organizing to driye the colored population out of the cty It was charged that the article was calculated to incite a rio and Mr Ralston was ac- c rdingly arrested I Craigg Ralston is well known in this and adjoining counties where he has many relative and friends He is a brotherinlaw of Mr Hamuel ForsI the of this county whom he resided with for some time He was a student j at Centre College awl upon graduating from that institution took up newspaper work and aa vanced from reporter to editor of the Danville Advocate After givirg up his position ther he went west and resumed news paper work Harrodsburg Democrat i I lucloest Man ID Attas 1 am the uokieat man in Arkansas writes H L Stanley Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health aftet five years of continuous coughing atd bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds grdatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I kno- wfrnxerience will cUre ion sumption if taken in time My wife imp oved with first bottle and twrlve bottles completed the cure tt Cures the worst coughs anb colds or money re funded AtC J Haydons drug store 50c awl 100 Trial bottle freeI Wilt Get Amount 4sked for Although the Senate and Eouse Committee at first redom mended that only 15500 bs ap prop iated for the us of the state School for the Deaf tthe original sum asked for 23 500 wilt be appropriated Immediately after the Committee made its report to the General Af iernbly Supt Rogers together with several pr9mi ent ctizens wjbo are deeply interested in jhe affairs of the institution went to Frankfort and showed the Com mittee beyond a doubt that the sura asked for was badly needed in order to accomplish good re ults AJter a conference on last Tuesday lasting several hours the Danville Committee succeeded in setting the approI ipriatiort through Col Jack CJhiun of Mercer WM atronglj in favor of giving Supt Hoge a all he wanteiij and it iis said his influence was brought to boa with telling effect together with enttivN Embry of Boyle Alverson of Lmcolnj and Sena tar Hubble of this district ebampibimg the cause Advo bate LFIllcfAll efforts hajcjteika to find abet ter remedy foroo lbs colds and lung trouble than Fcrfeys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious reaalts from a fold J K Patt iX JI MlH Mowa tuLaltwinter I hada bad cold on my lungs and tried at least half a dozen advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physic ians without getting any benefit A friend recomended Foleys Houey and Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured me I consier It the jjreateat cngh and lung medicine in the worldi Sold by tHe Red Cross Drug Sore 1Win Upheld- The will of the late Ambrose Bottoms of Perry ville was up held in Judge Nichols court yesterday afternoon Mr W A Bottoms of Lawrene burg orought suit to ttest the validity of the will on the grouna that Mr Bottoms was not in proper J mind to make the will at the time it was prepared which was some time last summer The estate will go to his nieces and nephews Mr S B Bttoms of Lebanon Mr Charles BttlmsJ of Silver City New Mexico Mrs James T Cook of Harrodsburg and Mrs Tmeccil of Danville W A Bottom is also a nephew The estate is probably worth 10000 The estate is probaolyD worth 20000 of cash and bank stckban yule News Administrators Salea As Administrates of W S CJaflfs9n ddce 1 T wiIlIflbe lute home of the deceased three mile and a half from Spring T field on Lebanon pike on Thursday February 15I 1906 j beginning at 10 oclock sell the following property 2 brood workmares in foal to jack one lack mare in foar oRav v ew1 one bay saddle mare in foal to jack one two year old filly by Norvin I Vt one four year old yoik horse one go jd work horse 6ne family driving horse one wea ling colt by Ray view six jennets one jack colt seven milch cows two jersey heifers five heifer calves two steer calves fix brood sowsr forty feeding hogs thirty sheep farming implements gear andt feed If not rented privately before hand fhe farm will be rented on the day of sale to the highest bidder TERMSSums utder 810 qasbIi 10 and over a credit of 12I months with note bearing 6 per cent iinterest from date LLOYD CLARKSON Admr S MCampbell Auctioneer ftdm inistrelfs Notice t All persons having claims against the estate of Anderson Carrico deceased will present same properly proven to us at Lebanon Ky box 147 on or before March 1 1907 and same will be settled All persons in debted to the estate arc also requested to settle W D CARRICQ J F CARRIC- OforReHmlutlOl A dispatch from Washington ays Congressman Dave Smith wll be a candidate for renomina lion for the next November elec tion While it has been said for sometime that Mr Smith would stand to succeed himself tile first authorized staement to that effect came from Mr SmithI in a Iltterto Mr Harry caE ter his sectetary Mr Smith says a gre t many of his friends hive asked him to make the race another time some declaring that he has no right toretire now that he is thoroughly in the harness The committee is expected to meet next month to declare tie time place and manner of making the nomination Mr Smiths friends wi 1 ask for a rim ry Maokvillc Mrs Harris Steel is quite il or pncDn cUt L W L yancey is also on th sick list this week- MrOrceneth A Peter attendeeI the Quarterly meeting at Perry ville last Saturdaf Mrs Annie G ctbyand two children came up and visited friends there last week She will also Visit Perryyillea few days Mrs Ada Arnold has such a large enrollment pupils that bf1s ng ged MiiN Cloy a first clas teacher to as nrIlittle city should be proud pf this good institutIon Mrs B Walker turned home this week after a months visit to her mother at New Castle Miss Ethel Mayes is boarding with Mrs Josie Mayes and at tending school MJss Edna Cochran entertained quite a number of the young people of this plade and vicinity on last Saturday night Music was furnished on the grapho phone 4 Miss Margie Isn am cama home from Beaumont last Friday ac companied by her friend ad sschool mate Miss Tewmey They returned Monday Rev P Walker will lipid a irotractcd meeting at Wesley Chapel this week assisted by Rev Johnscn News reached here last weeI anouncing the deathof Mr John Yancey of Dentoh county Texa was a brother of W L and- rew Yancey of this place l A HeaI1orGosDclI The Rev J C Warren pastor f Sharon Baptist Obrtrch Bel ir Ga says of Electric Bitters Its Godsend to mankind It cnred me qf lame back stiff jQlot n4complctaTyphisical collapse I was so weak it took me half an hour to ialk a mile vo bottles of Electrc Biters hive made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 50tt minutes and feel like waging three more its made a newII man of me Greatest remedy for weakness arid all stomach i iver and kidney complaintsttt Sold under guarantee at C JIHaydons drug store Price 50cI ANTIOCH We ore having some beautiful weather now and people are burning tobacco beds and getting for another crops Mr Billie Gillis is very ill at this writing with heart trouble and iis libt likely to get well Mr Lee Snider who has been quite ill we are glad to report better Rev Sims filled his regular appointment Antioch Sunday Mr Willie Hafdin and Miss Mayme Mitchel whiie driving to church Sunday the horse sudj denly become frightened and upset the buggy throwing the occupants out They were for tunately not hurt Dame Rumor reports a wedding soon Mr Oscar CQlon moved his goods from Leathers store to Kirkland Mr Ed Colvin and were the pleasant guests Qf MrIt nIdayi Mr John Anderson and family WAy Refer JI to Doctors t Because we make medicines for them We tell them all about Ayers Cherry P ctoralt and they prescribe it for coughs colds bronchitis Qonj sUll1ptionTheytrustit The ydu can afford to trust It Ask your own doctor Tke btJcim of tHtiaoaial at Jor over sixty yvun r1P ttj15AHtYMOR PILLS Wo UTO no retlt We 1k the SrMiE or aU ovJa1dJc1a Ayers FM1 greatly aid the CherrY JPectoral In breaking up a cold visited Mr Silas Armstrong and wife Sunday lMr Sallie Mitchell was at Kirkland shopping Saturday hisBfamily near Kirkland Uwt week We are sorry to see them go PIJttfUIl1 BIlId Chug W Moore a merchant of Ford City Pa had hill right band frightfully burned in an electrical furnace1 He applied BucklensJArnica Salewith the usual result a quick and per feet cure4 Greatest healsr on Dearth for burns wo ndssoars eczema and pile 25c atC J Haydons drug store Death vi fdpi Slm After an illness of a days du ratioh Edgar Salmon die FFrl evening at nine oclock EdgarSwas the oldrst son of Mrs SC Salmon and was twenty two v ars of age Daring the last month he had been employed in aVfactory at Lex ington As hidnot feel able to go to worir Monday morning a substitute took place rind not until Wednesday was it thought that he was seriously ill He died the following Friday Edgar bad many fries who cincerly mourn his loss aUhough i rather quiet disposition hk won fripnds easily and by his kind gentle ways kept all his friends thaDeppbar of the Sunday school at that it place r JducJ1ryvlllcfour oclcck at the DA ep Creek linslwerrISldt Al fat res U ha 4h2cvJ1 4fia ins M ch No dangerous drug or alcoho he lie concoctions are taken into the stomach when Hyomei isth used Breathed throughthe in haler the balsamic healing offo Hyomei penetrates to the most emote cells of the nose ariag throat and thus kills the otrofrhal germs heals the irritated mi mucous membrane and gives complete and permanent curetwi Hyomei is the simplest most pleat ant and the onljrguaranieed fucureforcatarrhthat stdiscovcradextra bottle 50 cents toForDrug Store s A Tobacco Sales fr Auction sales for leaf tobacco for the month of January were tl 20303 hogsheads and private m sales 4698 the total being 25 001 as compaired + with 1573SU for the same montn last yeaxB QW in 190i ano 15007 in The sales for Jauuaay Were It 660 hogsheads of Burley of I whioh 642 were old crop and 7li410f dark 4955 being old iic The total sales of new crop since the season opened have amount ed to 80 244 hogsheads of which 17827 were sold as original inb spections Rejections for the month were 2616 hogsheads the per cent of rejection toSitic h tion sales being 13 Receipts for the month were 19676 hogsheads as compaired with 13 265 for the same month last- S year and 8 44Q in 1004EThe present unsold stock ofC leaf tobacco iis 11 768 hogsheads of which 4 340 is Bqrley 5390 1oGreenThe unsold stok for the same month inl05 was 15728 hogsheads 2686 Burley 6799 GreenP river md 6292 dark Deliver ies in January were 14400 hogsa heads as compaired With 10582 iJI i 3903 The total stock of tobac- Co tc in this market sold and unsold amount to 21491 hogsheads nf Courier Journal b WANTED District manitfers topost signs adTertttt and dis p fcribue samples Salary 1800 f weekly 300 per diiy for expur c ses State age and preMat em lploymenfc IDEAL SHEAR Co q 89 Randolph St Chicago i J t i i = akin1lowarC Absolutely t IUCW4Mri I DISTiNCTIVELY A tiARrAR BAKING POWR pho1aticF igestediu sulphuric acid or alum whiohs onethird sulphurIc ad b stances adoptedibrotherbifeiiig powderr Because of their cheapness t O- t e fflhwiii fil i f1OF LOJll lTI1WSf1E oooo APTEp THE THEIVESV Oar Isborb correspondent joes ft erchtekeh and turkey theivjgs hedfbllowjng vigorous fdshidn oneJIi T leathers and tool anice turkey hen The same ni ht theyi visited the turkey roost of l en Sutherland and ther they were more liberal and took two turkey ha sNuwthe thief no home here but 4oubtless bad learned that Billboba waps produced he bast and waiting some lurke sand think thapriee foo h IfltJobj eaJplypockeiJSbrok decided on a aper plan than buying t n ie dodbtless many miles for dont life here to get the turkeys Now in the future thief had better be m re- caeful for all are on a lookout t himand if he make his ape rance again soon he might e tp heivy load of lead to carry fI instead of turkeys or he l jht get such a load of lead thjf be wbuid be unable to get off ih it So a tbeJf hart better steer clear of this place in the ure ltis me iienougnto al the labores pf men but wtrse to seal fowls that belong good working women BANKTAXES The Court of 1lshas decided iiu Rcase m Marion county that Banks not betaxed on that part of govern4ntCounty or Municipal purposes hr decision is very far reaching especially as it effects National 4nks These institutions as a rule have thelrcapital invested injUmted States bo dsand would therefore be exempt from taxat iorThis dicision effects the First National Bank of Spring field Tne Legislature will endea vcr to pass some law to cover ank taxation wliile the banks will probably be able to recover frsm fitta State the taxes they ve paid tinder tile present lawand alsOfrom counties and ciftesi REAL ESTATCMr John L arcyhas sbfd his residence on ist Main street to Prof George ilvin for 3OQ1wlr arcjy his gone to Dalhart Texai to ate and Prot Colviii has maved with hi family into his now home W P Liwrence sld his house and Jot on tVe ville pike a short distance ve town to B F Parrptt for- tj500 Mr Lawrence contem ates building twfc dwellings on son the Lebanon Hill M Gtiarles Lofsiun also expect 4 build residence in the same Jhborhoodsbortly BARN BURNED A large stock irn belonging tto Mr Bee Riles ho oWns Ibe farm cndwii ai tto kl Natfaaa C olplaeeabotM L iiSttM cmk item Sple1d be1lackvin ikeutotallc esifojtd by fin OD1last Fridaj ight Beides 1o of randomeand farming implements rMib7AIrcM k t 1 11 r ti v i f 1 aj S HiiiiMMtIIfjMr k r perish in the ftrt Tii IOM Wif 1ifreach several hum rtMr oilarsr MORE HONORS Ww hoadai io Xitonj the Kentucky fsikr JICi W D Claybrooke BM rL t getting anew piciinre ia a Lost isville paper he ofc a trip io WashingtciL City here Wiwatt- withGov J BeeL v JasaMiiraac rREPRTOE conference OTHa TB 35 Ci i FIRST NATIO At BANr tAtSrrnifle1dIatacky at the cioai Of WiflIfic r Januarf 29 IWfiT N17S7 1it71sLoans OyCdrafteeecur BdDisCH1 fiit aMws li secured Jt4Hit1 USBQR tQ Hci rBankiaj caktion h04lf re Miand fixtarea iN1 Duefremajf tqmot reserv ae LDue from S at baa sad i bal2ktf y Due from apjMrovttf ni isv i1T r edaM kUJ4Notes ot Mar 1fIlAFrctJoi 4 Itr Cklr I 2ITr 1LdLAWFCIiMOXlY KXStHkyjB Iir AKir VII 1t tISpecie L t LIItr s133pT ir RedeMle fvd I iU ITrIMlkWtIM stcil OIrcwIMiat ai ITML IIU Opita1 ik wta Jes tSurpivfuM rA7eJIJndIvids4t l siNatrWlRiOtai 2S tflue to other Nst4oas bsai S73 4 pall to State Bask said fndivlduialdpot Bankers l ilt l2344 I 1 to Ioeclt r TIme certlieMe ot ia1JJiNOtdaM hilll BIlls a1a iIeertiScaWs tJet dip moBey borrowed 4 TMmI a LNA1JM t 1TATZ 01 IXV Ey1 4 e i1i- xeyoir I A C JfcBwj Ca q i IId 2aIuAbak e as e sji t sbovustteet tr rta44rwkdge sd If A c1eay IWIiP F sW a lJUiIi tItJT 0 1 Wf fi l A Bdurwu Miiy J riN C ftecAsstoo 1 JlX ytt t IVI i jjt- he5CittiK II ri t jISlto thai aa oll o sIaM lie Ia lTr Jrf c i1 = rA if4 J11j15 pm at 1 DacQ 71 am Comprietis- sQI oar and FthroughCi yOffloe Fourtti aad Market Streets 4ii I NEWS 8ftIIu tJT- c IN ADYANI8tj w JJ t LDKV C 1 V Vr L LDAVIN Jr t lr le p oIa4uRuiM1- iMa caL rai plit4c1mHei rrt1 7 Cwtih lewra1 t cUb i1 te r fi ct tlJTO j of feeds MIJJC11 K J stcs 4e Uberal I urill 4 l11ifH of rpect PSUN JJfI I1CJlo t5on I l5e O1 J 1c 1f06 iY i rVjnl-q q o 1A wa have been absent from our column for quit awhile we will ain try to jot own a lew iieflw of local inajxflrtance MIMM Margie and Imogene 4GUsy ape last Wednesday eight with W PMoran ana wife j rJlr Philcitoo of Polin was in d Mtr midst Satarday on the look ovHor a location 8y ral CitiieM of this place V baye owii tobacco beds and are cowgthigi an early crop The early bird catches the worm cnt Worm KIM Antie CUrkson of the Sci1suo Hill vicinity is visiting U 4a MisMc Goatlty of this place thisweek JNliM Nellie Houston of Nelson cottMty was the guest of Thos ReM and wife of this place Its week Qvite a crowd from this place eoUeeled at the home of Mr I onetijkfed by the grapbophone and Kothsr vnstcal inettraments Evtrjooe report a jolly good 1 tieJerofoe Wohner who lived on the place of S P Derringer last rbaa removed to his farm at Willtsbur Since our laefc letter WNEVliott and wife have removed to Wiad0r Usury coun yi Mn where ibey will maKe their fitore borne We wish them iiiacfa wqoiMC in their new hOme and regret very much to see then leave us A letter was received from them a few days ago saying that they had a terri ble sow storm sfewdays ago with xero weather following However they are well please with their new home Harry Derringer and wifE hve gofle to housekeeping in the house recently vacated by Jeroeie Wobmer James Moran Jr of Spring Afield visited his parents at this place Sunday tJIIiNellie Houston returned to her home in Nelson Sunday after an extended visit to rela tiveshere Owen Ellis of Mooresville hu accepted a position with Ham Pileof this place as miller and horse sboer jf Willie Moran Jfrt is sufferiogt froM a severe attack of bron chitis howeyer is not considered 4t indnger I Mike Bessie Lair of Louisville who h w been at the home of her sister for the past twe weeks re t tureed Tuesday Ned Grace of near Litsey has purchased the form of J D Pile Qf this place and it is un Uerstood that he will remove his family here Mr Grace are welcomed into our midst Misses SJIQ and Bertha Edger ton of Hillsboro visited their aunt at the first of the week 1 Willlsburir f 1rL W Jenkins andfamily have uioved to oiar town and rjwea t CCQM them gladly as th tarestaunch members of ibe cKurch at this placeWe are always r glad to have such good Citizens move in f Dr Oscar Shewmaker and bro Ormsby orHarrodsburg 11a JifaS Y Crume of Lotus- J 1 TilUri aflMkded the funeral of Dr WL Weila here Sunday I WS Y Goodlett anti wife Sad J W Walls and wife of Pleasant Grove spent Saturday with W B Shirley and wife Col Bright gdf his crew have leit this plftpr for Springfie d where thy will be engagedin U1 e piattingup new ioes aid- boxes S in that town The Colonel has won many friends during his stay here and we regret to f s e him lleave i John Turner was in your town Moday We understand he will try 6W Kentucky life again and- u oito beck to Illinois 4 Miss JappTe Baroett of Spar TOW if bQ has been visiting her bcheri DrT W Barnett at Maeville is spending a few days witfcPber n t Mrs Sue Merritt We N sorry to chronicle the ii th of our well beloved friend MiL Nancy X Stele Her J si leii wei Cloyd She kdmttOd reared near Hue JMllHi Zaaeo B county she i Jolsd thr Cbmtian church 1 while quii e jcs ff fihe was T irrieii V Harmoa Sieete Octo ber SI 1851 U Meroer county f by Bm ISMC Wttbam To thisi f i hap akii irii born eifh i c4d14har now living t T TT They bad 19 grandchildren 14 Ie living 23 greet grand chiK dre 19 are living She was 83 yrs old her husband aIThey ipoth have ben members of the ckristiaa church at this placa mm ber of Years Rev Simms preached her funeral at this place the following day She died February let She was laid io reatby those graves she had rMited so often We express our syvpathjr to the bereaved relatives and may the All wise It comfort them in their sorrow is t he praTer of the writer Jack Sharp sold a fine horse to iffS Gibbs last week for f50 Chas Blanton of Boston spent Saturday and Sunday with W S GibbSSEX IN HANDWRITING AIa Jtereetlac Utile ExperIat te tPrere a Theory It Is a iurloual fact that one of the o hly things which even an expert graphologist does not guarantee to die cover in handwriting the sex of the writer We are accustomed to think that the feminine or masculine temperament will readily Betray Itself in the written word but hi the majority of cases such Is not the case Writing bold black ant firm most ascullne appearIng In every way will frequently be foun to emanate from the penota woman while dpllcnte tracery with the regularity suggestive of precision and method or tije dash and spontaneity which indicate a live ly fancy almost unmistakably fern nine one says on examination Isdiseov eredito belong to a writer of the opposite sex An interesting little experiment prov- Ing this theory can be made in this way Take twelve or twenty envel opes written in chirographies you are sure of and number each scrap clearly Pass them around and See how many of your frends will correctly guess the sex 0f the different writers which maybe mItten down and numbered like the envelopes It will eel dom prove that more thnn onethird of the guesses at most are correct Ex change CAPTAIN KIDD The Career aa the Kndtmc of the FamoaM Pirate Captain Kldd the fsuts pirate started his career with the intention of suppressing piracy In February 1697 he left the Hudson tfa the Adventure Galley with a crew jof 150 men with this intention This expedition had been equipped chiefly at the expense of ttie Whig ministers an J Its commander oriVnarylettersthe treat seal empowering him to seize pirates and to take them to some place where they might be dealt with ac cording to law The kings right to the goods found ia possession of these malefactors was granted by letters patent to the supporters of the expedition his majesty securing only onetenth of the spoil Kldd however soon finding that little was to be gained by the adventui4t threw off all disguise and hoisted the Jolly Roger His rapacity and cruelty wire bOunded and In lless than two years he amassed the sum of 200000 With this he thought to mike his peace with theauthprities and end his days In lux ury but he was arrested at New York and brought to England where he was tried and hanged at Execution dock In 170L London Saturday Review Prince Napoleon Prince Napoleon in 1870 was something of A prophet When he heard of the emperors declaration of war he hurried to St Cloud and had a stormy Interview with the emperor He didnt hesitate to say It is the emperor who has brought thik upon us and the em peror while offended at his frankness admitted that y6ur presentiments per haps correspond with mine Then the prince fired his last shot and showed that though he might go astrnyln many things he knew of the weakness of France and the strength of Ger many He turned on his heel and with that bitterness which he didnt hesitate to exhibit when occasion required said So be it so be It Let us however make haste to pack our possessions for we are already beaten And so the result proved The lt1etef tllcr Salt Seas Some idea of the saltness of the wa ters of the Dead sea may be gained from thecomparison made below The Dead sea is situated In Palestine 20 miles east of Jerusalem It is 85 miles long and from 10 to 15 niles wide with an average depth of 20 fathoms 120 feet Common ocean water contains but 30 parts of salt to the 1000 Those of the Dead sea contain 250 parts to the 1000 which makes the briny solution exactly onefourth salt The Caliber Beau The famous Calabar bean Is said t6 be worse than strychnine The natives use it for an ordatL If a person Is ac cused of a crime he Is made to eat one being adjudged to be guilty In case of t death which is Almost inevitable Another i ed employed for a like purpose Is that of the ordeal tree of Madagas car said tdbe the most deadly of vege table products One of these seeds about the size of an almond will kill twenty men Cwrlr Hair Curly hair Is a constitutional hered nary phenomenon The curly hair curls because it Is flat Straight hair ls cylin drical Being flat the hair hat a nat ural tendency to assume a spiral shape- Cutting has no effect as the cause of the flatness lies in the shape of the fol Hole Hair Issuing from a slanting crooked follicle is bound to be flattened and twisted Natural Inquiry I had a cousin wjio was In one post tlon for thtrty tour years and beau IIYSpzy Holdin a goverinent Job or playln l game o chess inquired Old Codger in his usual grim wayPuck- EmbnrrnsIng Rich FianceesOb this bouquet Is too costly You must take It backto the lieutenant Valet Oh thats all rightI miss Since my master Is engaged to you he has ben able to get things on credit Fllegende Blatter in the true lifeof the Individual each iay Is the beginning of a new jrear Toedee MMW iraif bring you peace but youpeace1tuttb flr PRIZED HAIR ROPES those Vaeit br the Dariac Ere Gatk erera ef St Kllda- Anlrish paper notions slnce offered 150 for a genuine St Klldeau hair rope such as is used by egg gath erers On the lonely lsland of St Kil da the most appropriate present a young woman can give to her fiance is a rope wade of horsehair or belter still of human hair The rock sealers of this island consider themselves rich above mention If their brides are able to make them such gifts The ropes are of various lengths a good one be forty or fifty feet long Ilog to a woman traveler who spent much time at St Hilda liVe ordinary rope consists of a stout hemp- ent cord wrapped round and round with sheeps wool then with horsehair and finally on the outside with human hair It is the work ofyeara to manufac ture such ropesand tile maiden of St ElIde begins very early in her child hood to save her hair combingsand also to dry and bleach certain rough grasses that grow on the wind swept island The fibers make the cable stronger and the elastic quality of the hair prevents chafing against the rude cliffs1 during the rock sealers descent- A curiosity collector wanted to buy one of these ropes which are used by the St JJilda egg gatherers He of fered 100 but the amount was refused scornfully THE ESKIMO SMOKER He Dearly Love Tobacco and Not a Mite of It e Wated- No man is fonder of tqbacco than an Eskimo said an arctic traveler The Eskimo depends for his tobacco solely on the white man For a pound of It he would sell his oldest son It Is odd to see an Eskimo smoke He chops his tobacco fine and mixes it with chopped willow twigs so as to make it go further Then he cleans out with a picker of bone the small stone bowl of his pipe and then he plucks a lock of hair from his deerskin suit Jind rdmsit down in the bottom of the pipe bowl so as to prevent any ofthe finely chopped tobacco from escaping into the stemFlnaJJyhe lights thef pipe and Hrrlokes it In a swift series of tang strong puffs so that there may be no waste Each puff Is Inhaled deep down Into the lungs and the first puffs smoke is still streaming from the nostrils long after another puff has been started There must be you see no waste There must be none of that vain combustion of tobacco wjthout benefit to the sntok er which goes on continually among us Often the most experienced Eskimo will smoke so hard and fast that tears will stream from his eyes he willcough violently and sometimes vertigo and nausea will seize hlmSew York Press Animals That Are AlTrnyi Enemle Many animals are born with an in herent antipathy for other animals The excessive fear shown by young rabbits which for the first time smell a ferretVand of young turkeys which hear the shrill cry of a hawk they have never heard or seen before are proved examples of the strength of these Instinctive antipathies But the lease of the weasel and rat Is perhaps more to be noticed because of the great er equality of the antagonists The feud is so bitter that a meeting between them almost certainly means death to one or both Friendships are not uncommon between the cat and dog and have been known between dog and wolf but the mutual attitude of the weasel and fat Is Invariably war war that Is waged to the death The Word Nugget Nugget was formerly used to signify ia bit pis lump of anything as a nugget of tobacco Nowadays hqw ever It Is used principally of gold asitt comes from the mine This use is Aus tralian Governor Sir William Denl son of Australia wrote In I8o2 many Instances the gold is brought to market In lumps or nuggets as they are called In Queensland there Is a peculiar use of the word unknown In the rest of Australia There when a man appropriates unbranded calves he Is said to be nuggeting He Understood PaulJiOUls Courier when bitterly assailed by a French professor quietly remarked I fancy he must be vexed He calls me Jacobin rebel plagiarist thief poisoner forger leper madman impostor calumniator libeler ia hor rible filthy grimacing ragplcc I gather what he wants to say He moans that he and I are not of the same opinion and this Is his only way of putting It- ThelCind Isiie Wanted Husband Anything you want In town today my dear Shall I order some more of that self rising flour Wife4We have plenty left but I wish andIPreparing the Soil 9 notice the young Widow Pretty man doesnt have her widows weeds so much In evidence now No shes clearing those weeds away I believe she sees signs of a second crop of orange blossoms Philadelphia Ledger That Why You say you conceal nothing from your wife Absolutely notblnJtAnd why do younot It Is evident that you do mrl know my wifelHoustonPost Improving the Wood Lot If alittlc care and forethought are taken when cutting the years supply of fuel to thin out In the thicker places saving the young and thrifty ttrees llet- ting In the sunshine ocoqslonaliy to start a vigorous growth and perhaps trimming the trunks to get smoother growth for Umber It will be surprising to see how much the stump value is in creased American Cultivator COT nt Cnlvlnsr Time Never feed a cow heavily Just before dropping a calf Heavy feeding then especially If It Is heating food may cause Inflammation or garget In the udder Though a cow sMuli not be fed heavily Just before calving she should be well fed Louiiy Hencoop I y When the brooding lien refuses to nightibutfearfullylousyettyBurethree Investigate Feeding the Pig dayItrnecessa17 placestorthepjato TFi 7S w Iht SPORTING WORLD Created American Swimmer ChaWes Mi Daniels the sensational swimmer of the New York Athletic club recently won new fame by estab OHABLES M DAJflEI- Sllshing a new worlds record for 100 yards He covered the distance In 37 35 seconds The previous record was J58 seconds Daniels is now rated us the fastest of all American swim anersNev German Game For Women Schiagcu ball is the newest game for athletic members of the fair sex comes from Germany where it pies the same position as hockey does in this country At present schlagen ball Is very little known and the Battersea Poly technic is the only place where it Is played Miss Morse the Instructor in the gymnasium introduced the game believing it would be a welcome change from hockey Schlagen boll Is a cross between rounders and baseball and as trans ited the name means strike ball The players are armed with a wooden sehlage some two feet long With which they have to strike the ball when bowled to them The game Is played on an oppu space seventy yards long by fifty wide and no hits are allowed beyond the bound ary There are eight plnyers on each side1 but during actual piny only one of the side which is In iis on the field although the whole shle has to run to the opposite end of the field and back when a hit Is mide Points are scored by runs catches and hits points being scored by their opponents If one of the running side is hit by the ball before she has crossed the boundary S hlagen ball Is a game eminently suitable for women as it has all the excitement without any of the danger of hockey Standing Won From Latham George Stnnjllng American profes sional rocket champion successfully defended hfq title hla match with Pe ter Latham of England the worlds champion at the New York Racket mid Tennis Hub recently Standing won by three games to love In thirty minutes of the fastest rackets ever seen in the United States The scores were 155r 1510 at1ft1510 A purse of 3000 went with the title Standing hardly failed to Improve an opportunity Latham only getting four aces from him on misses Stnndlqg got eleven aces by opponents misses On aces by service Standing gained only nine to thirteen for Latham but the Englishman could not do as well as Standing In volleying and the Amen can gained twentythree aces by plac Inffbnlls that could not bt returned to eight by placing for Latham Stand Ing was accurate In fast service and volleys and excelled In footwork I Sidney Dillon Progeny Is Sold SThe largest sale of trotting stock at private sale made fon runny years was consummated at Santa Rosa Cal recently whiii Sterling IL Holt of In dianapolis Infl purchased twentyfive head of the progeny of Sidney Dillon the sire of Lou Dillon The sale was made through Millard Sanders the driver of Iou Dillon when she made her unoqunled record who Is a prom neat horseman of Santa Rosa Eleven of the animals are unnamed yearlings The money Involved in the transaction approximated gjlttjOOO unclog Auto Weight Standard Chairman Itouort Lee Morrell of the racing board of the Amurlcan Automo bile nssofllntlon says that pcrhnps the welghf tomiHlnrd for racing curs inny ibe changed u wxt yoitr but at any rate the American Automobile association will have more weight as the national governing huhily Ltiiplre John OHrlen John OlirkMi of Lewlston Me the well kiiMwn former second baseman who fid such excellent work on the New England tongue stair of umpires last season has been appointed to and has uccoptMl a position on the stall of mono for which the league is to be cnncrntulatcjl CONSUMPTIONS WARNING I Inside fact soon become evident In outside symptoms DR G Cam The aid of scientific inventions is not Iung5areintelligenceCThere is no disease known that gives so many plain warnings of its approach as consumption and no serious disease that checkedifGerman Syrup which is made to cure consumption flit is in the early stages that German warningsazethe congestion of the bronchial tubes and the gradual weakening of the lungs ac xpectoratioI1SBut cough even if dread consumption has already attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a reas it hat apparentlyhopeless New trial bottles 250 Regular size 750 4tU druggists t Be Yellow BW Oem has recently been discoveredf ItI bears a close resemblance the malaria germ To free the sj s tern from Jisease1 germs the mrostj effective remedy is Dn Kings New Life Pills Guaran teed to cure all diseases dee to malaria poison and constipation 25c at Q J Haydons drug store NoTice- S J you are indebted to the old firm of Robertson Searcy you are heredy notified that a settlement mostt be made oy Febuary 11 or accounts will be placed in the hands of an attorney Call at G D Robertson Cos store Robertson Searcy HINTS FOR FARMERS Indigestion In Horaoj A very good mixture for horses suf fering from Indigestion Is the follow ing Gentldu onehalf pound bicarbonate of soda onehalf pound nux vom ice auc fourth pound arsenic one dram Mix thoroughly Dose a tablespoon level full In moistened grain morning arid evening At noon give the following mixture Sulphate of Iron onefourth pound saltpeter onefourth pound Mix Dose a tablespoonful iip inolsten l grain Continue the use of the medicine for two or three weeks then withhold for a week and then giver again Continue in tills manner until the animal recov ers In some cases treatment will need to be continued for six months or even longer These are desirable mixtures to give to horses in the spring a few weeks before the hard work commences es pecially whore the animals have been wintered upon a large amount of roughage as this line of feeding is very apt to cause more or less Indiges tloiiG A Waterman Michigan Ex periment Station Spreading Manure The practice of spreading manure on thejfnow In winter does not seem tobe gaining In popularity says Farmers Advocate On some farms where the fields are level and where there Is no chance to store the manure it is a good plan Experiments at the Massachu setts station last year showed that ma nure thus spread produced better cr than where It wnslleft over wlntc iarse heaps But It was reckoned the difference in value of the crop du Jedlt1hI not pay for the extra hiuor in hauling the manure according to tills plan It could be hauled consid erably cheaper doing all the work at once in the spring On the other band such work done In winter Is on some farms clear gain since there may be little else for the team to do It is a matter to be thought out according to the case In hand r Fattening Steers To Improve the quality of cattle Is not tlKTvrhole secret of profitable cattle hnproJngthein profitable feeding the method of feeding is almost as important for Without the proper methods failure will result regardless of quality of the cat tie The lId method of cramming corn into a steer regardless oif whether or not he digests It depending on hogs to pick up the undigested corn Is a poor as well as an old method To put on good flesh and to put it on fast a steer wliould digest thoroughly all the food that he takes Into his stomach The food should bo prepared carefully In order that perfect digestion should take place Less corn and more ensilaged foods should be used In finishing a steer for tbertnarket Farmers Advocate Pen Bor Lnmbii Three years ago says R W Hor soy of Colorado an old Scotchman llv lug In the San Luis valley In bur state concluded he would experiment with peas as a food fOr a few lambs that he owned The pod dfe proved to be the very thing Tlu lambs not ofily took on fat with surprising rapidity hut their flesh acquired u new and tloljclous flavor The next year everybody In that region began to follow his example and last year in the San Luis valley It is esti mated thnt no less than sheep grew fat on poas Tt niovit Stump A correspondent of American Cultl wtor states that in removed a trouble some tree stump from near his house In the following manner With rill Inch auger he bored a hole In the center of the Ktump ten Inches tleopl null put Into It about onehalf pound of oil of vitriol niMl corked the hole up tight In six months thO whole stump and roots extending through nil their ramifications were so rotted that they were easily eradicated Keep Fertility In the Land Good fanning today is Intensive farming Raise all It Is possible to raise but put back into the soil every yearas much fertility as the crop takes out or more New land will stand a lot of abuse but It will go back on you in time You can depend on that Farm every year that you leave your land In better shape at the close than at yearKlmbulls Why 0 b ilonnd As every one knows the letter alphabctItgo Is probably one of the jtcst and helped to fix Its shape The letter In the Hebrew nnd Phoenician alphabet that corresponded to the long o was called nyn or eye and was represented by a rude drawing of an eye Of course this was often rendered simply as a circle with a do In the middle and at last It became the custom to omit the dot which gave us merely lcircle the present form of the letter l Strcncth of Ice Winter brings Icennilce brings skating which makes the bearing strength of Ice n subject of Interest A conservative estimate Is as follows supportnback five inches an eighty pounder gun eight Inches a battery of until lery with carriages and horses attach ed ten inches an innumerable multi tude A Sad Condition urn be a nurse said little Vie And euro the family ao quick She donned an apron long and white tfgfitButThere Isnt anybody Youths slckr Comp VieJJ Si ttt ti jik = ik 1kke WELLSiH it WELLS BROSThis new fiinj f has succeeded the wenknttyro ffirm of iMcClure Wells tod will continue in the same line of business Just hew we call attention of the farmers l uril Field Seeds lThe seeding season is now on and we have i select lotrof 5Clover and otber Grass Seeds and Northern fijied tats 2 ritBUGGES ifI I mQslScompBuggies thn OItl aud 1itan inspection of our line as soon as they are open I T 2lWe l adin Firming Implements of all kinds GASOLINE ENGINEI t WELLS BRO1ti i SPRINGFIELD KY 4 IrONS OF GQLD TREASURE lout EmptJedFrorNew It has never been told how vast was the treasure that was emptied from the new world into the old In the glorious days of the Spanish dominion We can only judge of how great It was by col lateral evidence The booties of Cort a and Pizarro are famous lu annals cf new world history In them we ha e read how the soldiers of the form r carried away only a small part of tl e treasures looted at Mexico yet were t o loaded down with stolen gold thit 1nttbe a110wa110 rl valued at 1300000 pesos dor tta equivalent of nearly 15500 of our Drake satied the south sea n PIe Golden Hind upon his piratic il voyage of circumnavigation In tn years 157770 and when he raptured tne Nuestra Sonora della Concepclou t named the Cac fue or Spltfire of Ca e San Francisco It took three days to transfer tile treasure from the ca tured ship to his Yi1In that single haul there was realized a purchase as It was called of over twcnty s x tons of silver besides ejghty iiounda f virgin gold thirteen chests of pieces f eight containing over 1000000 In money and an enormous amount f Jewels and plate Upon the evidence of John Drake jfre read that when the Golden Hind Vud her course for England by way of tne Capeiof Good Hope she was so heavily ballasted with pure jJilvcr that s Ie rode exceeding deep In the water Harpers Magazine THE MOONSTROKE A 5ollora Experience After aNic t Nap oa Deck In the Tropics People laugh at nioonstrokes si id a Bailor They call them shellbacks superstition once h jd a mooustro though and I tell you it was nolan ii Ing matter In a full jmoon one night In the tr Ics t fell asleep on deck The moon shone directl on me I lay in a white pool of moonlight So three hours went by Thou when they woke me I celt like a man ma dream My mouth hung open as It does when I sleIp and I couldnt close It qnd my head lay over the side and I couldut straighten It up peoplesaidVoices Id hdar tar away but they seemed meaningless unpleasant I was very drowsy All I wanted was sicepSThey worked on me for two days rubbing me down with cold water and dosing me with castor oil before they brought me round And always df cr that l have been cnrcful never to slcep where the moons rays could get at ibc My mooiistrokc huppeiiLd eight years ajra but stili at every full moon I urn stupId and drowsy 1lJJhead droop a little to one side land my mouth teids to Imnif open Tlieres many a sailor has been moonstruck but this accident ue er befalls landsmen Landsmen you ifee never leep out of doorsNew York Herald The DuoUlnj Stool In EnRlnnd The lastest recorded use of the duck Ing stool In England the designations cucklng and ducking were of couiye synonymous In the days of Queen Eliza beth was In 1800 It was at Leon In ster when a woman named Jeiny Pipes alias Jane Corran was araded through the town on the ducking stool anti ducked In the water near Ken ra ter bridge by order of the mafclstra es In 1817 another woman called Sn ab Lenke was wheeled round the place In the same chair hut not ducked as fortunately for her the water was too low The Instrument of punlshmenijrln question has not been used since thei London Notes and Queries KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS TNewFOR CONSUMPTION IOcprfWtfI Surest and Quickest Cure for Ml fay THBOAT and LUNG TBOUX LIS or JtOlOrr BAQt t Blind HeadacheAbout a year ago writes Mrs Mtfe Alien of 1123 Broadway Augusta Ga I suffered With Mind side headaches and backaches and could get no relief until I tried WillECARDiUr A NonIntoxicatingl Female Tonic II immediately commenced to improve and now ifedI like a new woman aid wishlo recbmnwind it ID jjfall sick women for IIknowittiat it will cute r them sit didme Jr Cardui tsa pure medicinal extract of vegetable herbs which relieves female pains regulates female functions jjrtones up female Organs to a proper state of health Try it for your troqfcjle M JF beMm btvvtw IIYWC Every druggist sells w it n 100 bottles jSZjj i1 j i Q1 r4 CMTUMEY j tfLEPJLEYJr New Livery Iirm t f Tumey 6 Riley M tlV Sticcsi orso Haydon 6 Thorny a k Equipment FirstClas Ftfdinr1f4rf ffdiMg 1s in Every Respect Thrses aSfrecslty Your Patronage Reipecifully iSdliciliid 1Qrt Stable Located Betwee niheCeFoi lied ih wail Ho14 CB B ij j Louisville is Booming I ABoirr VUJJtZ3SO000 S LOUIS FACTS G9 Mopte irMte a ndiuiofonlySipMl dth WORLD fc 5w in the mmnufactunnref MM fturnfwssew rirfpe woodMMXM andin prduGiIg 5L1and handling whisky sole iMttwr ien- rir e tobacco axhndks nd ptambfes sup 1 i Louisville is the horn of the largest orflM tr faaonriathewortdth largest KMpfectoiT Ia the South and one of tha lsrgsst iow o tories in the world and hu 8 toctri tatar I uitan lines Loulsvill IsacityoBRAUTK c tMhbmeofth WORLDS LEADINa COH MERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll at this sjdo THOROUQHJirork and youU nsa bS fr inwartofagooposit1on1nabOoiuV1l ft tenprisiar city eLOUIsiWS NOW the Uins to inTestIIS CatslcvI trio TAITLTRATTOKI1ikEULESE LOUISVJLLC KY 4Sw I JOHN SHncs MCE ROY G C WHAHTO J 4 McEroy fr WhaftoiI Insurance Real Est to Agents Fire Life and Tornado Insmm fz Land Sold OD EomnrissiCDi Office over Peoples Bank Pb 42 r- HALLSflairkenewerWhy be withOut any hair Just remember that Hills Hair Reacver stops falling haIr andmakesbail row LU JI ever GriDC or SICken They never gripe or sicken but cleans and strengthen the stpmachy liver and bowel This Is the uielver sal verdict of the mati thousands vho we DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous little pius relieve head che constipation billlousness Jaun ice torpid liver sallow complexion C Try Little Early Risers Sold all druggists Jr Weavers Tret- 1pnrIrI5esthsioodct4biokIarsMisIs Ode Minute Cough lure contftiiM lCaItl 8r croup and wh oping ohotigh s te ff t11at It bas profen itself to be a tiitd s- ai4 trhr nto the 1IUhiy ft Nodeedf ai Qfidchoking froM coUc rrith Owe j ute Cong n 0a handy Sold by Si f drug1stst adi t OssWMt war yo eat j f OB iJIBURTONDIENTJ 7i TEETH EXTRACTED fWITHOUT PAIN lr i i Pft BiffMi Block ap stairs 0 A1 iI r INGFJELDxy tpenta1 Work Strictly 1t Firstclassx Dr LIZ LAMPTON DR J C MUDD LToH MUDU j ilisiciiis and Surgeons ff 1 DrUgsoorejW fdRNEYATLAW 1 Oe over Feopfes Bank- SPRINGFIELD f KY t + irt1LRUBARDS M W HYATT ARS HYATT k kysicans and Surgeons J 0ffice over cElroy Sbul z = i = tar DR JH HOPPER I irSICIAI and SURGEON i Is PHONES Office Over i J cc 97 Hasans Grocery MiHtE 71 JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAl 4atkffla1rrand JJeweler Carjbies a lline of Watch s Clocks ai Jewelry Repairing aSp Citity Located on Maic Street qppu4te Presbyteriar churchc Si nfieW Ky 7r IF TRUSTY PRACTICAL iv l ft s IPENTISTbfrffice t t o dij ftal worlf treasonable prica tlwork guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY UOHNYMAVES UUEflAiL uititCTOli I AMO IiCENSI1 EMBALMER TELEPHONEJ VrIGHT74I SPHkBFlEll4I Rairoad Schedule i r oUowinp is the time strttedt lQ in effect on th ta d t WI and ptingtield branch ratlroacl Nq di jLeayes Louis vill i4lp p m Bardstown Junctioi 5502 pm Bardstown 552 pm y ares at r riDgneld 645 p w o42Leaes cspringneld ui- rxtlOirm sl Bardstown 617 a m bado n Junction 705 am iives at Lonisyille 755 am JSK 43 Leaves Louisville at TjjaOf a nil Bard t towt J uncti n 80 am Bardstov HJ 1115 am v arrives at SpringfieJoj 1240 p ui f i TToM4Lcavth Spring neJo a 114 20 p nv baidiitovn 23t pm BafdstbwjidunojLiijn 485 pm trriyes atLuuisville 54 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 a m Bard town 8 atn Bardstown Junction t 18t59i5am am arrives at Louisville iNo 91 Sundays only Leaves Lblsill at 6pm Bard toa y Juri tin 650 pm bards owu 753 ptofi arrives at Springfield 85pni1j flAJLP FROM pring1ield ttillisbuigI j i 6j Leaves Spripgfleldati 6 am iSSprrves at Willisburg at 9 n tpI ilaYes Willisburg 3 pm arriyes i Springffeld 6 pm Passenger Apt one way 50c Baggage teav Reasonable rates Freight Hauling 3 Richard Riley1 ii i Imnd Gaiiige ifRepffir Shop j ftvyA t jiiniaa woOd work and up iJolster g clone Grain Cradles W trjvon band for sale 1 Ji hiVe for sale now one new tonfmadr buggy now hand macife priug wagon and a good second ba dspring avon il will work cheaply ior the Qey All worlc btrictly cash WHBOND Springfield Ky v 5r 1 i3 T1 0WNLoc Happenings Freshest said or Latest Interest J ji 1 AH About Yourself Friends A pQ i iadAcquaintance II J110I I P 9 i IW JMMW 00M MMM5 FIREV Tust afternoon yestrdaywhile- the office force Was at dinneri the News Leader office caught fire from the office stoye and In q few minutes the office was in flames We fortunately were nearly ready togo tijpr ssiida- ged man f ta make eady with this much of a paper which our readers f j will d utli9ss excuse when t they learn the circumstances The ditdiof The Sun very kindly offefed us the use of his press and we are thus enabled to get before our readers1 tf We trust to have iew material t in so that we will prnt a papetJJ asilthal next week IIAll kinds of bargains Hagan Bros HorsiS collars of all siZes and rade at Haydon Berbers Come in and see jour line of canned goods H gap Bros t Dnt overlook the 5 and lOc- ounters HaganBros FreshpHdg vegetables atojl VicElroyHros grocery T4 r iTl iida 11tifttl illiie of pic ures Hgan lrcsll FpR SABE About 500 locust posts J W Tuckk Spring lieldKj L FoR LEOe tor r year old fklni6 to fpa by jack and a Lonn1CtmphellWAED sajved lumber to biiild a stoek barn Either oak 01 poplar Luther IAT Burns W e have the largest stock of plow gearing evert brought to Springfield i Haydon Barbers FQRLEAnc2f ami ly bay narpBotafrauFofflriytbin and worlds good nnywheje For sale by 8 ML 0 mpbell Safe ff r ladies Haydens celebrated trace dUli1scoHarpLldsbameslrings pack bands bridles and in fact everything in horse Millinery at H ydon Barbers Ajtx enameled vare double coa ed only 25c 29c 35c the jebpapest and o st ver sold here For sale aJA S baders On account of theabsence of the pastor HeW H Williams during the week prayer hie tirjg rill be reid Sabtjeth af erroon it it 330 a the Bapti t church The topic frthe service wifybe Jesus our Refugei f j lor rible Death t News is sentin1y ouvTatham Springs correspondent of the horrible death oft b little four year old son of James Dean B well known farmeii of that neigh borhood asthe result of falHrig intO a kettle of boiling water On last Friday the unfortunate little fellow was playing with his aIkittleaI seth Thetwo little boys were playing with a rope each tug ging at an end Finally the younger of the brothers allowed the rope to slip from his graSp and the older boy who was pull ing at the other end lost his bali ance and was thrown backwards into the scalding water The unfortunate chiltl lived until Sunday morning after undergo jug great suffering The re mains were buried at Fair View cemetery onMondayrnor- nS The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the entire community ii then sad affliction 4 it i Notice to Gtedjturs ojiV t S J Smock admr tj VEquityNoraj j1j By order of Washington t ir cult in the above style cause alll againstHliedeceased will present the same properly proven before meat my office in Springfield on or before 24th day FebruarYi 1906 I will hold sittings in my office t receive such claims pn Tues days until Fab Thursdaysldrid 24 190 SaturdaysI M G Leachman M Grundy Mclntire have jmt received line ofnew ginghams Call arid see springI t IWIhrO3 45 cents per busUel for gpbd sound white corn de liveredtttmy mill until Feb 15 1OB IWLebanon IcyV h Taxoayers Notice AI persons owing taxes to me as deputysheriff are notified th t unless settlement is male df same within 30 days that T willl proceed against the property for collection 0 J S OSBODRNE 24t A VSheriff IV 0 Mclntire Mr TE Ballard sold to Tom Simms of rorest View a bunch ofshoat at ROt The former tough of Edd Orsborn one yearling colt IIT Carrico sold to Lum Montj gomery twe sows and pigs price not given VV Mr and Mrs R A McTntire T E Balard Polu Mclntire and son Tiriy attended the poultry show in Louisville last week Leonard Mclntife Parker BadgetVand Eddie Cainbron have r turned from scbLol at GeCmethaniaV Arthur Carrico of Daviess cou tty is the guests of friends and relatives for a few days Mrs Ethel Parrott of Simnis visited her father J P Simms astweekV Mr J A Fields wife and daughter Celian visited at the home tf Burr Fields at BUnco aV week Ms Mendissie aJilCreveJand Hiifenterlaued several of their many friends hstyuriday after noonsVMiss Hattie Blatiford and brother entertamad th surprise party las Monday All reported a most delightful time J BHill soldto Montgomery Co three fat seeS one at 4c and tw at 3c Albert Medlev sold o Din Ryan o bt Marys a hori for siloV Cleveland Hilt sbld to Harrv You z a finef 2 year fold filly Pride unnonV tAdm inistratrs Noitcc- tAsil persons having claims againsli he estate of Anderson Garrico dedeased will present same properly proven to us at Lebanon Ky box 147 on or beftJie M irch 1 19C6 and same will b seitled All persons in debted io tbe estate are also re quested to settle W D CAURICO J F CARRICO PulIIam Mr James RobinsQn and wire Visit d friends at Durretts S a- tion last week Berry Oheatham Ktrghb a horsp for 120 5VRome Trent sold a yearling heifer for 1750 Doug fi Royalty was in Leba non last week on buitess Mr Rvulty has done qujle alotof sawing in this nehhbirhood and has lots more to saw H has u goad saw raiil and can cut as mu dayir Htt e daughter Evalme visited her sister at Brooksvillt last weety Mr Isaiah Prathetr who has been confimd to his bea for sume time is no better at this writing vlr Benison Hardin who has been on tthe shk list for sometime is be tter at thisLwi inng L Willie Coulter made the best sale with his tobncco tbat has been made on the Louisville mar ke from this SKtinn Qe sOid 3200 pounds at 1135 C T Scott our gncrr closed out his slock of groceries at auction and has bought afarrn Rich ird Carey has begun a ne v dwetiing on hissrarn Prank Crouch has moved to Sharpsville Mark Shewmaker sold his to biCCO for 9 40 per hundfred on the Louisville market W PRu was in Springfield lust SaturdayV Sir Cammack Ifi hai lin was in pur viiJage last Saturday FrH Ash was at Willisburg Sunday v TathqrqrSunJay Fra k Vlaycs and wife were at Duncansyjlle last week t BROOK VVVV4- M00RS71LLEV Born since our last to tho wire of Boone Mattingly a 14 pound sonto the wife of Silos Armstrong an 8pound girl The ground hog surely saw his shadowVTbere was an average crowd out to hear Rev Bogus of the seminary preach at New Hope ehnrch Bad colds are prevalent in our Tici ityVYour Maud correspondent ask why am I so silent Why I think I write as often as she does ontyonVBernard Wall and wife have gone to lou pkeepink I Ham Virgin is siillow with typhOid feverV Tnere is uo railroad agent at Booker nowVtDo we need a dog law I thipfcwe do W S Gocde had- i five ewes killed bV dogs Elijah FarrLs bad 17ktlIed ArthurEd d trnan had one and T E Clal rsnhad five He killed two dog belonging to Brown Cutsmger which it is supposed did the kill ing of all the sneep Mr Kimberiin removed tq the old Henry Miles farm about six miles below Bardstown Be moved last Saturday Mrs W O Ellis and daogbte Miss Nancy visited Mrs Enes Goatley at Spring6eld last WedS nfsday Misses Verna Wells andEsy Rhvne of Tatham Springs are visiting Mrs Ed YocumV Mi s Nannie Green who bus lbeen in BlandinsyUle Ill for about a year has returned home Harve Say ofC Wilkshurg visited friends here Sunday last Sam Sv eeny is visiting his brother WiUit Woodlawn We are pleased to learn of Carl Walls improvement after having such a severe case of pneumonia Mr D H Hardinis able to be out again after a few days sick cess Miss Mijgie Smith has returned home from Springfield where she visited her sister Mrs Ed Boblit- ErastusYatos and mother at tended the funeral of Walter Wells last SundayV Miss Minnie Mayfield who has been at the infirmary at Lebanon has returned home and is doing nicely P6EA ANT GROVE Miss Ella Sweeney of Louis yule is visitiug Miis Mabel Thompson Messrs Edgar Lewis and Blame Dryof Bradfordsvil e were here last week Mrs John Shirley and daugh ter Blanche of Willisburg visited relatives here last week EJ Pinkston and H A Ta turn made a flying trip to Har rodsborg last Fi id ty Messrs Watben Simms and Nat rhompson Misses Mahel Thompson and Ella Sw I ney were the gues s of Mrs S eve Tnoraps n Sunday Mr A G Noe of Cincinnati 0 visited his family Satu day and SundayVVMr and Mrs Oscar Sweeney vkitdd the latters mother Sun day Mr Lueien Gregory visited his mother at Beams Station one lay last week Prof JOfdBolinjlms closed hisS school and returned to his at Ltsey Dr r H Hopper was here one day last week Mr Robert Thompson of the Grundy Orphanage was here ViondayVij Misses Sue Reed and Jennie Leachman visited Miss Nannie Thompson Saturday Mr Earnest Hahn of Cincinnati 0 ws here last eekIJsrs E J Pink ton How ard Ta um und Lojd Colvin at terded the fnrjeral of Walter Wells at Willisburg SundayV D R H Williams and wife or Macco art1iisiting friends ard relatives iere THE Two Porcsf Yiow is e Mudt and Arthur Carrico of Davis cou tYfwerA in our midst visiting the last two weeks Walter Riney has returned to his home in Davis county after several wfes s ay here among relatives and fnet dsV visitedIthetlId us Many vears ago and- o man by the name cf llarlowI had carried a quantity ard silver money and burned it in a thicket Not long since a man chopped down a tree and in near the heart was found a honu nl de hdrse sho nail and Qbwa pi in goes every leasure time he has and d gSA few hole hunting for the buried treasures N w if it wis burriod there ani acorn would haye grown to 4 great oak over thaspnt since a man known Barlow lived on that farm VA MfEftB to HEalthI Kidney troublc lis an insidious dan ger and many people are t victims of a serIous malady before the symptoms are recognized Foleys Kidney cure corrects irregularities and trengtb- en8 aud5buUdB upth kidneys and Iit flouk1bit en at first in1ication of Kidney trouble as Ttvis impossible 10 have good health if tbe kidneys deranged Sold by the ReTKQio DrugStorei1 i Messrs C P and Jot dan Gooa went to Louisville Monday to sell their tobaccoI Dr W E Crume of Freder ickstown was here Sunday 1 Mav the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Blake Arnold of Mack i = i ville is visiting Miss Battle Ar noldMr and Mrs J D Peterson NelsonVCOUVflty Mr John Jenson has returned to nis home in Louisyille GMi frov ng Mr HG Peterson has ret and from Louisville The Box Supper given Pot this placA Saturday night was well attended and the sale of tuxes with fol R E Whayne as auctioneer amounted to 21 Miss Josie Lawrences oox brought the hi2hestprice of any 450 Mr E N Wayd bein the Pu rchaserVBornto the wife of James Ar nold last week a girl Mr and Mrs James Clav orooke cf Pleosant GiMve pass ed through here Sunday Dr D A Cr sby recently bought a pair rf mules film jH Nelson price unknown SIOOieVarUIOO The readers of this paper sill- be pleased to learn that there is at lea ton e dread t that sci ence has been able to care in all ltd stages and that is Cat rrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now knownto the medical frater nity Catarrh beings constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Hans Catirrh Cure is takrn internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and grinff the p alien t strength by building up th constitution and assisting nature ID doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars orany case that it Jails to Cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Tole do 0 Sold by all druggists 75c j IHlllsboro News is scarce this week but we want to be represensed in your columns each weak we will try and gather up a few of the local happenings Quite a nutiiDer of our folks re on the sicK list but no one seems to be any ways clangorous Hon W C Cammack of Wardsville was here Saturday to visit hS daughter Mrs J D Sutherland who has been quite sick with the la gripp She is now convalsscet tr Miss Nellie Mcllyoy of Sveet Retreat who has been visiting her uncle Bud Gilispie of Bar rods urg has returned home The Smiling face of Ormsby Shewmaker of Harro isburg was seen in our midst bunday shaking hands with old friends We were all glad to see him QuiteA number from here attended the funeral of Walter Wehs at Willisburg1 Sunday His death cast a gloo m over this community where he had many friends who ate sad to think of that life that is gone out hen it was so fulll of bright prospects We offer our feeble words of condolence to the grief stricke- family and trust that they tied some consolation in tue say ing of the Apustle All things work toge her for good for those wholove the Lord W 0 Dudgeon wbocaOlein from the city last weekwiil make his home with JEssie Thomas for thisyearV twotolGeorge going to to Uard wtll and Ureath to cornishviile where they willmale their homes Mr Dean their father has gone to IndianajEdgar Settle will move to Pen wick tnis week w here he ex pecis to get a position as motorman on a sirtJet car or else a policeman pob J H Settles returned from the city Friday where be had Vbeeiports tile market dull and says it is better to sell at homeV We thave been wearing mourp lug for some for our North Bend correspondent tn inking he was dead but as he appeared in the NewsLeader labt week we gladly lay aside our badge of mourning and trust that lie will thjefuturethat they had a hustle on and would have their place represented eauh week so let every correspondent write a Itter each week it matters not if our letter ig somewhat short at times So us keep tbem coming and in Ilet the paper will be tilled news from every partin the county The editor has work encughtach wQek when we all write and if we fail we puts that much more ok on him to hunt Up news enough to till thespace tbat the correspondents should fill So dont fail to come each week Mr Dean sold s mdcornio J Uj Mon gQm ry for 2 per bbl and some to J D Sutherland fqr 175 Sum Montgomery sold soma shoats to B H Mcll alnQmberj for 20e apelce John Armtrong sold a sow and pigs to Mike ColemaniIiParks for 75 i TalliamSprin s The sick are all convalescent except Mr Elisha Whitej who we are very sorry to report no better He has symptoms of pnoumcnia JJIiss Annie Lee White is yiait J V7wV ing heraum Mrs Charles Ruby near Bloomfield this week Most of th farmers in this part of the county have shipp d thir tobacco AU real z d furpries Messrs Joe Burkbead and Ivan Carey were in your town Mnndaylastl Several from ttft pace attend eja lie 1noerui ot waiter Wells at Witlisburg Suriaay Ivan Poster and wife were tb l guests of Edd Jenkins and wifo Saturday pigntaMr James Hedger sold a horse to Jerome Browm for 20 Lilac seems to be very sorry about the dog law Well thatj shows he isnt a sheep owner justaHttlehaving16sbthinks the dogs ough not to die He also asks whp will the bloodof the inocent dogrest up on We1 let him pn swer if he can who the blood ff heinnccei t aneep will rert upou The get int a flock of sheep dOOdI as innocent aanythin4 1vinf kills and butcuer1 up half or maybe all the flock and the loss all falls nthe owner of tb sheep So lets have thedog law and let the sheep owner be on the safe side ore time and if Lilac or anybody else wants to keep adOgle them pav their dollar and keep heir dogs on their own premises thesame as the sheep men do Hyacinth IJUC Pocker PYsiciafl- Hyornel Inhaler that IB Guaranteed The Red Cross Drug Store toCureCatarrh- Thousatds who have been cured by Hyomei call the inhal er that comes with every outfit The little pocket 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 Hyomei isso readily pbtainable fyou have any doubts about its value The Red Cross Drug Store will let you have a complete outfit with the understanding that unfess it cures catarrh it illnot cost yoiiacentV A complete Hyomei outfit consists of the little pocket physi cianamedicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and costs only 11wbUe additional btllesof Hyomei can be procured for 50 cents making it the most economical as well as tbemost reli able treatment for the cure of catarrh Admnlstrators Nte All persons having claims against the estate of Prances LPwber deceased will present same to me 1qmyoffice in Springfield properly proven on or before March 1st 1906 for settlement W F Grigsby Administrator 4ALLOF FIRE Prank of Thunderbolt In a HOHBO In Paris Camllle Flammarion In his book Thunder and Lightning describes some of the phenomena of electrical storms Of the actions of a ball of fire In Paris he says 55ltwjs In the Rue SL Jacques near the Ayal de Grace Tim Ifire ball burst into the room from the chimney knocking over the paper guard In front of the fireplace In ap pearnnce It suggested a younlt cat gathered np In a ball as it were and mov ing along without using its paws It approached the tailors legs as If to play with them The tailor moved them away to avoid the contact of which he naturally was in terror After some seconds the jjlobe of fire rose rbrtieally to the height of the mans face as he sat and he tosnve himself leaned qnJckly back and fell over The fire ball continued to rise and made its way toward a hdle which had been made nt the top of the chim ney for the Insertion of a stovepipe In IlutItbecajise 1t was closed up with paper The ball stripped off the flaper neatly entered the chimney quite quietly anti having risen to the summit pro duccd a tremondoUji explosion whfclv sent the chimney pot flying and scat tered It In bits all over tile neighboring courtyard and surrounding roofs lLIFES LITTLE THINGS They Go nTer f Long VnT Toward Mnklntr the World happy A wild birds song is n little thing Iqst In the deeps of n frowning sky And yet n81t fulls on a listening oar and leaves itsV message of melody earths green seems brighter and life is sweeter all through an autumn day The coo bf a babe is a little tiling meaningless sound from a vacant mindVBut Us the only sound that all aa tlons heed the one clear language that all races know A mothers love Is a little tiling too soon alas forgot But It typifies to blind humankind the love and trust and hope divine that bear with pationcecalm and sweet the willful tvrbigs in these ILveaof ours A passing smile is a little thing lostj in a world of toil and care And yet the soul with Rloom oppressed and the life grown wearied with burdens Jiard will liappfgr be In the afterglow df a smile that is warmly kind A kindly word Is a little thing a breath that goes and a sound that dies But the heart that gives and tim heattjsthat hears may know that lt sings and sings and sings tlllnt last 1tlIU10celestial choir iiilwankee Journal J T T AKES OLD THINGS NEW nptVMKri iroKkrl Itiritlmake tho whole interior of rhoea1thelikeieV VAVlyunnecessary Itiaraotjnrmrnkli W aVfqpd and cleaner ttuldfiifc up tVbgktetthatUTNL IVCA4 ICcloth anno experience i necetsy Sfc I drying to wait for Remoro all cratdttft cN stains dirt dullness It caibe applied JlILVany fiithhwith beneScial rez1t Lat 1snra1wood awe1l UVi iVBI4AITY1il y thptt 9Mttt will improve eroijtlp M iytookficial to GoldenOakWhite EnamelGilt saTtrandotJceSa DffU fetter sells at 50 cents a pottle and fttxtleiteao kto renovate the ordinary home Try i and you Hid alwaj bey k A fw trial bottlas t lOc hJ OLD BY 1rHtt VThe Red rossDrugSthr r 1l rQOOOQ Il MellZt 1IftitAr At iIiI- I Le Ss1- iI c h Tfi costt1 an We have just completed an inventory of our and find that we are overstCcked on Menis Shirts and in order to reduce this stock ohc wesjooltIIdecided Beginning to put a price on them tnat will make th Friday 1 cb2 f we will for 15 days offer all 100 Colored Shit is t 75c and all fl50 Colored Shirts at 100 for jn ir Cash nIy f cc i 4Ec i We positively cannot qjiarsjelhera at these pr cesTliJ t patterns are CHOICE but we have too many Y I ROBERTSON BROKkc 4 t GKKKO6OO OOdOOOOO O 6ooooo r fk I The first National I BaDi 1 f1 SPRINGFIELDg jV VpIEutI S Oooo It8 VSurplus arid Undivided Prolits 2 OOjOFFICERS B L LitfjeYI President John WLewIs yiCje1 resMeiit At McElrOy Cashier L B AsgfetantCashii r lJ p VFoster BookKeeper fDIRECTORSB If lyitaey J W Lewis Sidney Green P M CUBJJ bell R H Edelen H M Grundy John O P 1inFWe rant every favor consistent withs fe Jbankiair r Your Tsuai iine55 respectfully solicited WP I 4VIMOOOOOOOOOO Leon For Schoolbojn There is no question that our fore itlidrs supposed that benefit might be derived from causing schoolboys to be s 7cqtatorM of the hangings of criminals Ir Walter Scott has borne testimony t thie custom bclqg not unknown in Scotland In The Heart of illdlo tilan Mr Saddletree Is represented cs sayInVI promised to ak a half pltfy day to the hula so that the balms might gang and the hanging which canna but have a t loosing offetft on their young minds see lie there Is no knowing what they may c ijtiQ to thcmselves7Chapter Sir Walter Vouldfiiot we may asj nuiue have written the above had he t ork own that such things had acruiVl Ir taken place London Notes and uerlos The Sea Otter The sea otter is nearly twjce thesize i f the commoii river utter and lhfur Ithout finishing or preparation of any nd is more beautiful as it Is stripped from the animal than the richest seal ifldJillhlch has fq be scraped plucked t 9t the long upper hairs and Jhendyed l indoubtetlly Is In the sea otters fur iJie soft undercoat the true fqr Is aft liick as that of the seal aqd nearly iwlce as long while the Umff outeif airs areas soft as a sables tall and ftflia a pale gray which gives to the pfhble coat an appearance as of dark rur slightly frosted over IUrct afiIlsMeeV ilr Bejis avittry preseniedVa iHretty yldence of mutual confidence Atatms Irdpair of Java sparrows a cojiipirtnient with H bleeding eartplgeDU Tue latter felfcjn love rfA in and at ntcrhfc alttravA cndtljeit t VV4V T T r t 6 0 i t 0 J f Ji I i itS A r at + l KY Cain f j 3JT under nl J IplI1sDeItitA teacher la a certala ck0eJ MkiKl for the definition at n farrkr Jt hmd 0f1i was raised TVell John yo ll1ll what a wrJer ls r4A man w deal hi furs correctly BepU d tM fpE J Then tucnlng to anther icboir tlJ j teacher asked for e dealtloc u fi irrjstr A nan wIo dstiu Ia ftlrjio wultW expected repIt iC tM koy t s z1s t1P NL J IWm triil aiJe4w aber i KotUJtio r client unneceseafrT tre 4 Oh thats all rlt Jmsenior member Vlv11 cars S IILCWcflgo Newf oGfliJ l eMldy tiHow did 1oWi ire yor 14Itrt IBe rl 1 i fJ1TrITTrIHtJAW l The laws bf natirt rtJbbst te1 T rible Jfcere Is iw i uICause and conseqluSJtb4tm ible awl Inevitable n no focbearww TS JIiI Water irowa ths afr ee th x etrtik fiwrkf ADI1pStbapSItOtIb b wfell ler 1ft ft ot rIm ait Wll tre as lIii1tb i jptittrotfcrliue aJwtt 1Ii wire usa u he4r1 aU aatiweLwi i4liw A lLU 1Ii1 Labsaoa 1tobJ For tbs past ft months a woaaa s pt aa ck- of doJ bu bs vadriig fcwtr through jifcis Moft the JIM kaadipsdonL a MOtfiik circuk ttl th t she hd proven to be a rtfct ye sod bad cpture3 a MM 16i Gr Kj couny charged r wWi mureUc in Texas Upon IRVQStiajOin wt fcmud that Ibis it FyiUWeIiaerCOflCErC iogi h412 WM a fake irtd because of i s paWjcj ilion in this county clip tbe tollowthg sta entctfacti from tbt Green County t MSl Adfoard wasin circulatioa Jhere 1 k tb tffC that tliis w iMeriBff wocain who passed throogirhere witM ibe dogs arid rnoey bad arresled a nan near 3LMton dMMdL Young on li 4 toirfi of mir er ami earned a 1ateIwr aid to be offered T4wi jwufcm4i No tfiith in it M all The story reach d tJtn Tte aid rwuifeatnI atelepliofuc oitltl SherJ ff J3 E Perkins ofthk ocmutj act the woman W4Nd n uad gM a fc wanted to go to Glasgow 8he told hits I stoyot having 411O1I th man Young while tlH 8ber iff triad tot convince her tfaitsfitfwts wrong at tbe man wa not w the community or even in the State She claims 10 have erawlwi Jo the window of YiM9gt resilience and heard kimtalir She was at LUettfwn CS1derabIy mearer to Glasgow tbatf Grtensburf and yet re UriMd to tbe outskirts of this plaCe Monday afternoon and wbf e by Sh riff Pdrkins biacl drifted a short distance aovtfe It looks like iit 0l1rli be wjtad charitably act to have ttkeoololaty aiorities jescort her to IM eoafidog of Green county Md aet heron tbe way she wan tojjb If she is really partially demmtod there are proper an thoiUeho should have bet in cbargje at the earliest possible TLeflt fothe own good as well as peace and safety or the comMnnity 1l ft4Rlk Haili lais SmDoth A raaa who once bad rouffhhorny Jaid ade thin soft and smooth wi fa Witch Ha ztl Salve but he used the g eBine that bearing thnamc liE CsDeWilt ik potChicaco Foi o rbolli CHU burns brUises etc t umo Ijua IjaiMl tffbriis almost ira itiljtifeil ifcilcf from 4 blind glecdiog- JtchiBf iltinlptradJJsr Pnes Sold IIJaU 4rts KIaqIMINsklacrs Deputy United States Marshal T Jeff Oundiff atd a posse com poeed of J W Barlovce C 0 Rt yuolds T J Parrot and Jos c eph Hagan early Tuesday morning captured anellict still oper lattlbjr Kit BelP in Tayloi co at His brother Henry Be- llailliarn AkrJdg were ar fa gHy the officers and takers to CawpbellsYille and placed IL jail The still wdTs anunusuallj large one and had a capacity oi 165 gallons It was destroyed by tie officers along with abut 40 gallons of singings S The moonshiners were brought here Wednesday and given ai beating before United States Conimiasioner Charles 0 Itoid lick AM three vert held to an swt r before tLe Unitea State i f 5 Marchtfrmedat lQIXT Utnry Bells u nct d oI Akridge a JW They were uijable to give bpodi and the three were taken to the Jefferson county jail to rej jnainuutiT tfie Aiarcir term ot court E The three men arresttd are 19Iedrrmobn9hiners Kirt aid e Women ms Well as Men Are Made Miserable by s 1Kidtiy Trouble j XWhey trouble preys upon the mind dls 9w fessffidllsens ambition beauty vigor ISandcheerfulness soon Idisappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has prevaJentthat Jf for achUd to beb m afflicted with weak kid =v neys If tle child urih J ates tea often if the wtM xaWltW t1eehorif when the child rwciiM an ac ieii It should be able to bwitrol ths pasMfft It Is yet afflicted with li wttMiif ifaptiitdBpoa IU the cause o tim fHeJty U kwy trouble ind the 1yjpp skonW IM Wrd the treatmentt of unp1easanttaWw 1diiIIw Ii wrWMlnet to a habit as r DPfOM w ifpea as troJj as men art mftWMle with Kttn r an4 bkdder trouble i 1tIMdynSwastt Is Men realized It is by leiI Hia fi- ftytoast dollar aizea YomyvsII free also psiniMW1 ringatlabo1tl Ii th thQUSancII at attafrom sufferert b Jr Kilmerj co Bhi Yq aM tment4on tJds ppis atep forAi- 3thlIaling rooneui rr1 r tIotesJandJlestcea MJo no- OTXARCOTIC Afl le lott wllU C4QonyFeverish Ii 7acsLiqIa Sgnaure o- rdJ tEW EXtfr copy or WRAMCR 1iHenry Bell are sans If TOtH who were tried before el1l States Commissioners here a few w eks ago for peddidsr whiskey from a wagon on the streets of Campbellsville a local option i town Kirt Bell has been in dicte1 repeatedly iin the Taplor Circuit Court for Illegally selling whiskey and there are now some twenty or thirty indictments standing against thim He has ilso been indicted in Larue county for the same offense It is reported that he is wanted in connection with thd murder of a young woman which occured in Larue county aome time agoand for which crime another is suf felL ng This however could not be verified hub it is known that he is wanted by Larue county aytbodties The still captured Tuesday mornirg was in a log house ab ut eighteen miles frjom Campbells yule and the officers think it hadi been operated foe several years pastTbe men were Arrested at the home of Kirt Bells father about oue half mila from the il lict still ijebonon Enterprisr Mainspring of Life No Ore Cat be Slren With a Weak Stomach The Red Cress Drug StoreTells HeWlt May heCuVei The stomach is the mainspring Jt life Wilenit is i strong und acts perfectly then the whole system is right simulation is perfect and body and brain are thordughiy nourished Mionais a pleasant remedy to use and benefitis seiifom al most the first days treatment It restores the torpid glans and timulates the rittiral digestive Secretions It checks ferments tion stops germ grqwth scothes inflammation and cures all trou bes such as headaches back furredItongup sleeplessness nervous ness anJ general dejbility which are caused imperfect digestion It is the only remedy that is so uniformly successful in the cure of stomach diseases that The Bed Gross Drug Store ate willing to give a guarantee with ever 50c box of 4i 0oo tablets tnat the remedy will costt noth ing unless it cures They baVe somucbtditH ia Mijp na that they are willing to take all thE risk NvcIIWche- The Hazel Green Herald leisr of a novel wedding that was celebrated in that section of tIE mountains by the Rev Isaac Murphy A couple Aon matri mony bent walkfd from Breath itt county d arriving near he preachers home found the creek at high water m1k and were unable to cross Th0y called for the parson and he inquired their jsiness Upon belrg told the preacher answered Just lay the license and one dollar on thc- Thegroomgttepotr1EtbY Ito e did so and the preacher soIern nly stid Wtfae antoty thai IKS on hat atslpio t pro aouofie ou Hap Jtid w feP SP1IIf rJcAtmn wljr hioirjist Friday mornhtr Y aQJ t f DjU BIITURIA ror Infants ud Obildren Kimf Yoti liVQ j AlWays Bought iBears the It n I F r SgnatureForOver Thirty Year- sASTORIA tI yl Tomason of Tyrone were awakened by the crying of a small child j and thinking it a Xjtjild of one of their neightors thjey at first paid no attention tcsit The erring continuing lot some time Mr TbQm son got up and went to the door to inyestjgate jiqd found on the 4Qor step a White child appiir- erity two weeks wrapped man old quit and with very little clothing toprotect its tender body from ne cold morning air Shocked and surprised he carried the infant into the house and he and his gocd wife minis tered to its necessities as best they could The child is said to- be a remarkable bright onefor its age and it is still with Mr and Mrs Thorn ason who are caring for it There is iioclue to the identity of the person who placedl it where it was found on the doorstep and no arrange mental have been niadefor a home for the little fOundlingAnder- so News Doni BccIYe Yoiip11 Dont dsceive yourself If you have indigestion take Kodol Dyapepsia Cure It will relieve you Rev W E Houcu t South Mills N C says 1 was troubled with chronic indigest tion for several years ate seemed tocause heartburn sour stomach fluttering of my heart am geriearl depression of mind and body My diuggist recommended Kodol and it nas releyed me I can now eat anything and sleep soundly at night Kodol digests what yon eat makes the istoroach sweet Palatable strengthening and affords quick re llefi Sold by all druggists r THE BACKBONe IU HLitorr Maked With a Theorr at Animal Evolution The history of the backbone like thatt of most life h not altogether a uinjes tlc upward ivoJutIon It has Its tnigo tiles and Its otbackn Its hopes and falll urea In the waters along our seashore are creatures some sponge or lichen like others with strange bulblike bodies growing on the end of long stalks But they hold n secret from the crabs and snails whkh crawl about laud when the fishes brush against them If their 1poor dull souse only knew it they might claim a blood brother hood When they were ypung for a lit tie while a gristly cord was theirs also but this with all the hopes that such a beginning brings of fish of bird man even soon melted away and there they nod and sway in the watery currents never to know of the opportunity which nature hag snatched from themT why who can tell iI sharks the backbone has become jointed and flexible and a rude kind at impqitautcorrespond to the four legs of lizards and to the wlrfs and legs of birds A curious basketlike skelctdn protects the delicate gills and It Is probable that this existed long before the limbs appeared All Is still of gristly cartilage In the higher fishes bone replaces the cartilage and when the lowly tadpole fisbli e at first swimming about by means of the fin around his tall pushes forth his legs and climbs upon the laud our skeleton Is well on Its way back ward Reptiles of old took to trees Their backbone grew less flexible so that they might safely sail through the air feathers replaced scales two fin gers of each lhand were lost and one from each foot teeth disappeared a beak of horn proved best Intelligence Increased and tIre forehead rose hjgh and behold a bird Outing Magazine BATTLE OF MARATHON The Meat D ellfe jj IJ file riu ery tl Well I The single day jn the worlds history which was fraught with the most tre mendous consequences to mankind was the day oa which the battle of Marathon was fought The handful of tiny states that Inhabited Greece bad devel oped faculties which Indicated that man kad advanced another stage to war the hldk1LFoe- ezfloat awfeng those little nations Wit Ath n fwbich state too contained the jennet human freedom It was iii farfinnintr of the democracies of ZV1 r1 INvyJn J w j L l 4 I = f tf Ij 1 U1 JI ftMMMMgUUJI 1I UII j A Louisville Daily Paper and The News g Leader for 200I c I0 titi For a limited time we are able to offer the reading publicthe very best opportunity to secure a wide awake daily newspaper published in Louisville at a price so low that it is actually lessfthanilihieMliite tir t- paper on which it is printed If yOU are taking the NewsLeade you can renew your subscripLiont and get thadvantage of this offerp i j U The Subscription Price of the Louisiille Dal yy Herald iis 300 tl tlh LU The Subscription Price of the NewsLeader is 1fOO v r j S p k rl U We wVnsend you both Papers for fthe Yearfirr fI 1 00 J The Louisville Herald givesi as good a market report as an paper published in Louisville ad is t7 handling great deal of faewsj that eanrtot be found in any other paper This offer IS only made for a allSubscriptonsto1 g J iC THE NEWSLEADER Springfieldf kyJ f t i m tne worm tint tile ferj csttu Athens arid Greece was threatened by the lingo barbaric empire of PersIa Darius had sent out his hordes of war riors to add the Grecian states to his vast dominions Face to face his forces met the Athenians on the plains of Marathon Hitherto Invincible In the field the Persians looked upon the little army oppased to them with contempt The Gteeks themselves hesitated to hazard a battle with the conquerors ot the world Their generals debated the question and the decision to fight the Persians was caused by the eloquence of the immortal Mlltladesi He led his 10000 Greeks against the Persian host and gained a decisive victory The gin rious day of Marathon beat back the advancing tide of eastern despotism and barbarism anti saved the freedom and civilization of the western world Pearsons Weekly A JJInjsH Iln e Alfonso king of Aragon wits one day examining the different articles In his Jewelers shop In company with many ladles of his court He had scarcely left the house when the Jeweler missed a diamond of great value and ran after him complaining of the theft The klng not willing publicly to disgrace any of his attendants com mantled a large basin full of sand to be Brought him Into which he directed each person to putIn the hand cHriched and to draw It out flat By this means the diamond was left In the sand unknown by whom Calcium Calcium was first made In minute quantities by Humphry Davy In the new process chloride of calcium Is placed In a receptacle and fused electrolysis An Iron cathode formslIyI 1bauds upon which the molten calcium deposits Itself and the once rare metal builds itself up Into an Irregular rod resembling a cabbage stalk When the stalk has grown to the right length It Is chipped off and dipped In paraffin wax to preserve It from the action of the air Three Slrnnue land nemnrlfulilc Men An Pumas the grandfather prided himself more upon his wonderful strength and skill In athletics than bli CJUQrsilsUi as Duetts the ici- AIIR n Down is a common expres 1115 we hear on every U ress there isI some organic trouble the con dition can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with all j kinds of advertised remediesS get his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat foodII to enrich your blood and tone I up the system I IScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is just such a food in its best form It will build up the weakened and wastedt body when all other foods fail to nourish If you are run down or emaciated give it a trial it cannot hurt your It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free PfctrcjIAf Cls4P- sariStntNcwYcrk 5k IWI AiDnit1i IllttU rI1 nR IrUOWJ ago ot cooKery Ulan the authorship of The Three Musketeers so Dumas the third prided himself more upOn his knowledge of art than upon the wrIt Ing of La Dame aux Camellasi They were three strange and remarkable then At Their Own Expeaae es1atJ are made that way After that rlf were lucky we get paid for em Cleveland Leader TIsr Barjrnln You ought to1 take this horse said the dealer He Is n bargain Well then I dont want him said the customer I want something to drive and t never could drive n bar gain The most manifest sign of wisdom iIs a continual cheerfulness Montalgna AN INDIAN LEGEND Tie Grnndfntlier of All Mosquitoes antiiIii Giant Descendants There aivlpretty big mosquitoes Jn the world but If report be true they have greatly degenerated In size and strength since the days when this leg ond was believed hy many trlbcj of Indians The grandfather of all mosquitoes lived iu the neighborhood of Ououdaga X Y Whcn he grew hungry he would sally forth arid cat nu Indian or two and pick his teeth with their ribs The Indians hjul no arms that would pre vail against this monster so they call ed upoir the holder of heavens to comedown Finding that he had met his match in this person the mosquito flew away He flew around the great hike turned eastward sought help from the witches that Inhabited the Green lake and had reached Lake Ououdaga hen his pursuer carpe up and killed him As his blood poured forth on the sand ach drop became a smaller mosquito They gathered aboutj the holder of the lieavcns and stung him so cruelly that he half repented the serv ice ho hind rendered to the Indians The Tuscaroras say that two of the moslultocs stood on opposite sides of the Seneca river antI slew alf who passed Hiawatha killed them A res orvat Ion stone marks the place where the boldcjr rested luring bin chase and trucks wero until lately seen south of Syracuse alternated with the footprints of the mosquito These footprints clmpcd like those ot a bird and werej j twenty larhcs long These marks revered by the Italians for many Brooklyn Eagle THE GOLD STANDARD Knclnuil In 1810 Vim the First of tie Nations to Adopt It The first nation to adopt the gold standard was England She adopted the gold standard nominally In 1810 hut practically not until three years Inter for in 1810 England was on the paper basis Germany which adopted the single sliver standard In 1857 took insteps toward the cstublishmeiTt of the gold standard in 1671 but it was not uutll July 1873 that she demonetized sUrer undertook to melt down her all IIcr coin sell It for gold rind establish single gJJ standard The Scandl navlan nations adopted the single gold standard at the same time In Septum lien 1S7X France restricted the free coinage of silver and three years later entirely suspended suih coinage but has never undertaken to discard the sliver coin she has III use or to treat It otherwise than as on an equality with gold The action of France in restrict eolnllgeJotlavrcj bythu other nations of the Latin union regium Switzerland Italy and Jrerpprnn l Span suspended the coin whichfard In plnco of tire bimetallic staiularj In 1847 suspended the coinage of sUrer in 1872 aiid opened her mints to the coinage of guldl on private account In 1877 Watsqus Magazine Echoes From horse Skull Those curious twists and turtts super stitious take iwo to be fqivvj Sirtbo in troduction of horses skalls in or about the church building Iu England anti Scotland the rgf on alleged being to help tll cyj at In cLurclu This habit Is tl ziaiily n ieqic nf lnn llnnlnm nere an animal was sacrificed Some 3ears ago when an old meeting house Itf Edinburgh was jmllcd down the sounding board space abovethe pulpit woA found to be fllledi with Ironies Skulls In sonic parts of England there stllU cxlsts thel ra1 that Itn horse- sheaIIirICt1 Jnn fold there w1- 11anwfr bel It f Lij t To Cure a Cold in One Day Cvw rw ClIp t A iT tive 1i1O Q1Pnine TIets ow sw MM fa M w MO Tkit iMTMrfnrff Q CU oL2S u i Somethlnl New and entirely dffeicnt firm th old style Made in regular reading glasses and in near sighted and far siglited glasses combined post no more than the old style uperior in every way Ws Guarantee them and will promptly re und monty IiJ they fail to give perfect satisfaction 1C you have any eye trouble wr te us raentionlnj bis paperand well tellyeiU how tc get a pair of Toric id Glasses that win relieve your ronble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Optician Louu yUle Ky Sour StomachNo appetite IoU of ttrength nervotM naI headache constipation bad math general debility sour rinCS and catarrh- of the stomach are all due to IndigettioB Kodol cures Indigestlen This new dleccv cry represents the natviral Juice ef tigea lion u they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tome and rsconatructive propertle Kodol Dye pepsla Cure does not only cure Indlgestloi and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cure all stomach troubles by cleansing sttencthenlnctheMr S S 8a1t of Rarenswood W Vs 81S jriKodolortabr EatJtrill size which Mils for 60 cents reelitt L a owmr Oa OWOABO Sviccon Ia Society The secret of SUCCSSUL society Is n qertnlu heartiness and sympathy A tuna who Is not happy In company cannot find any word In his memory that will fit the occasion All his informa lion Is a little Impertinent A man who Is happy thc e finds In every turn of the conversation occasions for the Introduction of what he has to say The favorites of society are able men rind of more spirit than wit who hare no uncomfortable egotism but who ex actly fill the hour and company contented and contentlugrEmerson Au ArtIts Wlilm In the churth of Tasow In the gov ernment of Kursk Russia tIre altar piece is a pInting of the last judg ment the foreground beIng a vivid representation of hell Among the fig urea of bit souls a promlnbut position Is occupied by Tolstoi whose portrait presents falrly4 goM likeness The painters name Is unknown but that his work is appreciated Is shown by the fact that the town authorities paid 125 for the picture tn Iptueitorc But doctor asked the young prac titioner wiry do you always order champagne or every new patient that comes to you Because my boy replied the wise old medical man I can Judge by what be says whether or nothc can afford It That helps when I come to make out my blUtt Phila delphia Press Driven From Ilotse Did you hear that the daughter of that rich man In the next block had been driven train home No When did it happen Just after she got Into the car rlage Baltimore American A Bad Meni rrliey say murmured Mr McSosh Uthat two heads are bettcr than one bit 1 doubt It If I bed two llka the one Ive got this morning blamed If I wouWn commit saklJ Ctevelnnd Clubbiog List fOr19j5 1 We offer below an attractive clubbing list which inchesnearly all the city papers and leading magazines AH new qib I + subscribers ctnd all who pay up aucl recew will be jiTenttie ftvs DEADER and any of the papers below for one yea v f ic v tLouisville Post dailyi 3 50 l X r t Courier Journal daily h 6 M limes dalyu q 500 v 0 f- Lonisville HoraJd dally J 3 00 Courer Journal weedvL i5O t r Louisville Herald weekly iif iCgj Home and Far A lj j ih Farmers 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