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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 iw NO 8 t i KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 22 1908 q sim 4 rjj i JI1111ca- rsi We wish to slate to our frien thjo houfc the tobacco growl fictions that we are not connec tod directly or Indirectly with aaj other wareboue or ware ho company We ooodttci a Strictly Ind pedel Tobacco Warehouse eoiat bue s CABIDGEsCoP- ropietor J Pkkett Tob- acWgaeJovll1ei Ky 4O6tl OtM DiKECTORY y f mPiraJGrraLTUacoanty seat of If fctif1o County 52 miles south cut I4cXifton59 miles Ironi JeijaYiUc oa Rardstowc branch Lteyi11e ad Nashville railroad in a far iHff and agricultural district 3tTweBasks telegraph and telephone T li i express office flour mills lumbei yirt Potation 1100 population of oimty 1OOI- Kepresestative iu Congress Hon D- iISaitk Hodjfenville Ky itegreieatatiye ia Kentucky Legis lature H Hi w DCUyfcrobke epcecttive is State Senate Honk Lam 5atter Leba1l0nCT ttl Directory a CIRCUIT COURT CircuitCourt begins on the fourth ItwwUT1 la February May and Octo bI4 Y IfikusalJ Judg- elJiLL Dwrkat Commonwealth At niey JTM Caatpbell Clerk Jli G LeacU tB Master CommUs- WW V QUARTER14COURT Qwirterly Court is held on the third tfopday in each month I 14 Litsey Judge COUNTYCOURT Co4I Hty CoiirT meets on the fourth iComday im Neb muth B L LitseYtJttdge W F Bookers Cotazity Clerk T S Hayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Otbourne Sheriff 3SaiiAdereGn Ji HB Powell f flerbertEddlunSfi DdpKtt JfAXutera sg 3ats F Moore Coy Surveyor T POBryan Assesor W T Mitchell Iteputy Jt WrtNoe Treasurer j x Montgomery Coroner j W Bush Baptof Common YtlMoM P O SprlnKleldW CITY COURT v- JamftR R Noe Pflfcet Judge 5ohn Grade Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney J JUSTICE COpRT jn tlce Courts are held in January April July alWl October 7rpr ctuircli Directory ff METHODIST CHURCH Rtr GW Lyon Pastor SerI Vice jaihe First and Third Sundae In each month at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday aUO amSndySChOOl every Prayer mteting every Wcdnesdaj aght S C T OLICCIi RCH Rev P F Bennessa Pastor Ser Tlces every Sundayal 8 and 10 ocloc- am Services at St Rose same hour t CHRISTIAN CHURCH 3 4Rev w T W tlden Pastor Servic every Sunday t PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH wBey lD Latimer Psvx r preaching every Sunday at 11 ain and at 7pm Sunday school every SHttd y t10 am Prayer meetln every Thuriday eveilng at 7 Odocl It it BAPTIST RevVWmHarriion CHURCH Williams Pa t t Preaching every Sunday at 11 ar and 745 pm Sunday School ever v Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting very Toesday evening at 745 oclocl =t FrirnaIOrders MASONIC IODCK Springfield lodg jflo 50 meets first and third Mouda Si iachtJBonth Washington R A Chapter No aects very second Tuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets oIn Y erv tourtfalMonday Kxic Tft of Tint MACABEKS Meet p u Vts t t t IJ = FOLEYS IONEYilDTAflPrftsst I FrM i kid- Remember t the nam- iMys ItMjr aMl Tat Insii nIn having the genuin Yk ii3i MS4pI y p Oompny 1v1UI oi us- hh 5 1 rwT THENEWS=LJ3AD13Ri f p i ffi fHii1lfi iiiH3 t 4A ROUNDOrTJ11Ki4e H L J Tirkcy Jiikei Straw I From the Houston Post Pniapinin for some music Uketl1e JIj I dont want nothin classls withrum We squeal and roar Im just pinin1 for some tiusic lker qsed to know o yore I want the bow amopjnJ full o jojj arcing the stringg l v j Till iriy heart begins atjirobbin and my soul sets up an sings Oh there aint no other jmusic that- can bring me to taw Like The Wind that Shakes the Barley and Tujk y in the Straw Im alongin for the music like the kind I used to know When roomed with Mark and Jimmie and with Aleck fjlshj an Joe In the boarding house off yonder iin the lonesome time 0 life Fore I had a little babyJoreIhada little wife H When I glbiny pipe aburnin an Im settin in the gloom tin hear the fellows lau hintsee the threebeds in a room And I hear the strings a ingm as the bows begins to saw At The Wind that Shakes the Bar ley and Turkey li thc traw Then I hear the hands apattin an the voices pause db eak And 1 smell the perfumed breezes that have made the barley shake Nights weve st and cut and shuttled till the coming of the fawn And have bet a whole weeks income on the cards that we nave drawn And have bluffed and been cuught at it ona bobtail flush or straight We have done the town by gaslight and have gone its every gait But the memory bf the music is what brings my hart to taw With liThe Wind that Shakes the Barley ana Turke in theStraw T T HISKEY LEGISLATION l The present Kentucky Legislature is having a good deal to say about the tempeaance question in Kentucky and anumJ ber of bills affecting thdsale of liquor having been introduCed One of the most consequenceJ and one which may prove a see rious factor in regulating the sale of whiskey in every county in the state is what is known as the county unitI bill U This law provides as we understand it that before any town in a county be granted icense to have saloons the question shall be submitted to a vot4 of the en tire county Far example be fore the town of Springfield can grant saloon license for the sale of liquor in the towtt limits the question must be submitted to a vot2 of the entire coutity and unless the voters from the rural districts are willingior the saloon rto operate the town must go dry The bill however is yet far froml becoming a law The committee which reported it had nothing to say favoiable or otherwise and there is said to be a strong fights onv against it from the whiskey interestS of the state It is the opiniod of those posted that should the question come to D vote in Washington county the drys will win 4 MISTAKEN The dent f o r th e Courier Journal for Springfield- in sending in an account of the recent fire in the NEWSLEADER office made a slight mistake The item read something like this Fire broke out in the NewsLeader office to day and the plantfand the building were destroyed Loss about 1000 Now we wish to say for the bepefit of the correspondent t that the building was not des troyed It still stand on the sajne old corner It i4 there to speak for itself We dont ask the correspondent to take our word for it We want him to take a look and be convinced Then again isnt that rather a cheap outfit a good three story brick building and an rip to dafce printing office for 1000 Mis takes will happen anpl as out fjiend was only slightly inistak en we must excuse J triC UATIPYINGIextremel3 VDC gratifying to ustqllearn e thet NEWS LEADER occupies st high a place in the esteem of iti subscribers and the people of tbi county jji gencr I TJjis wi learJ1 demontr ted QU the oc IlJIB f 2ii 2 casion of our recent fire When expressiojiof sympathy and gco wishes poured m from all sides We regret more than we car xpr ss our inability to publish a l oIyjThei are enabled to publish thi week Oar new type and material whic we will replace that destroy has not all arrived jet and it may be some time yet before we- 1get everything in smooth run ning order When wedo we will be better equipped than ever to get outa first crass paper and it is our purpose so to do La UnUDC andPncnmonia Pneumonia often follows La grip but never follows theuBeof Foleys Honey nd Tar It cures lal grippe coughs aud prevents pneumonia and consumption As for Foleys Honey and Tar rnd ref s any substitute of sered Mr G Vac sr 157 Osgood St Chicago writes My wife had a severe case of grippe three years ago arid it left her with a ter rable cough She tried a bottle of Foley Horipv anc Tar and it gav rmmediatetelief A 50 cent bottlI cured her cough entirely Refuse substitutes SoldbyThe Red rossJ Drug StoreIOutBid Bert Padgett and it M Young two young men of near East Texas Washington county were arrested here Friday the former for disorderly conduct and the latter for drunkenness In ad dition a charge f tarrying con cealed deadly weapons was registered against each of them The two men while in Frank Bells confectionery were disor derly Mr Bell spoke to themJ about their conduct and Padgett used vile language in expressing himself He was promptly putI out of the store by Mr Bell who notified the police Tne two men were found at a livery stable where they were preparing to leave town When Chief Thom pson appeared Padgtit threatened trouble It took the officer but a few minutes to relieve the men of 38 Smith Wesson pis tols and to lock them up in the statiou houe In Police court Iadgett and Young were each finedf25 ardI costs and 10 days in jail for ear rying concealed weapons and in addition Padgett was fined 5 fordisbrderly conductand Young 4 for drunkenness The fines Were paid the jjail sentence par doh clandtho young men dis charged Lebanon Enterprise ncaiin GOSDcl The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Bel air Ga says ofEletric Bitters Its a Godsend to mankind It cnred meof llime back stiff joints and completely phisical collapse I wasso weak itxtook me half an hour to walk a mile Two bottles ot Electric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walking three more IVs made a new man of me Greatest remedy for weakness and all stomach I 1liver and kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at Cot J Hajdons drug store Price SOc ACn The Stage The Louisville Times last week contains the following about Mr Woodson Moss and his mother of this place and his sister A little woman who with her son came to Louisville this morning from Springfield Ky willl sit in one of the front seats at the Hopkins this afternoon and for the first time will see her daughter on the stage The daughter is Adelaide Marshall j who was born and reared Louisville and is now one of the11 shining lights of vaudevill in a sketch team which appears tinder the name of Noblette and Marshall Herbert D Noblette the pther member of the team is the husband of Miss Marshall He is a Richmond Ind boy The pair met Several years ago when Miss Marshall was on a Ltl visit to the Indiana city Nob lette was then an opera singer The cour ship was a brief and after the wedding the young Wife sio toIt up a stage career in cowpny with hpr husband and tjro years agd the pair entered yaudeville where they ave been pronounced success MissMarshali a firstCDusin of Clem Hug ins a local lawye and for several years lived With jier aunt Mrs Higgins in this city Her brother and mother now live at Springfield Ky and have charge of the Walt n H6tel- ti Noblette and Marsh ll were booked late for Louisville and itwas not until their arrival here that the young womans rnotbwas informend of the en gagement She immediately ar ranged to vlsitqer4aughter here ahas stated will see lieei for the first time on the stag this afternoon The team is one of the best that has visited the Hopkins this season both Noblette and his wife having good voices nd tne forner being a comedian bf no mean ability Two or three weeks hence the pair will make a tour of what is known as tbe Orpheum Circuit presenting ia sketchjof Kentucky life of which Miss Marshall is tile author Alma Powell who appeared at the Avenue Theater last week is an old chum of Miss Marshall and has visited her in this cItyI The girls attended boarding school at Nashyjlle and Bowling Green together LncW Man in Arteas j M am the luckieab man ki Arkansas writes B L Stanley of Bruno since the restoraliou of my wifes health aftet fiye- yens of continuous coughing ad bleeding from tho lupgs and I owe my good fortune tc the worlds grdatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I know from Jxperience will cure con sumptipn if taken In time My wife impeoved with first bottle and twrlve bottles completed the cure II Cures the worst coughs and colds or money re funded At C J Haydons drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottlefree Sfrayed- jj From our place near Maud on November 28th a red heife weighing about 600 pounds with short horns riinning straight out from her head Was last seen on JI A Tuckers place near Fred eickstown on Dec 31st JTh heifer was bought VV C Hamil tons sale A reward of 5 wil be paid tor information leading to her recovery JW HUGHES BROS Maud Ky A Bond of Friendship William Orlando Smith reproscpta tive from the Puuxsutawnoy district and Jim Tnwney of Minnesota chalr tnnn of the committee on appropria tions have dlscoreroda bond ot friend ship stronger than that created by the met that they are both mcmberx of Ute house They discovered It while sitting at lunch a few days ago Where did you come from In Penn sylvania asiced Smith locking at Tawuey with his eyes half closed The same place that you once hon ored with your presence said Tawney Well Ill be dinged Are you the flm Tawney that used to play In the liexnoldsvllle band Thats me said Tawney Then mUh marveled that his Minne sota frieiul should have known the facto long without mentioning it to him Oh well Smltb explained the Min nesotan it isnot always safe to refer to a mans pat I thought probably that you wantedto forget the tlmo when you played the alto torn and II tortured the B flat cornet But say those were great dnyI for Reynolds ville werent they Pittsburg Dis pntcbll A Place to LIve Mrs Crolgie as John Oliver Ilobbea Is known in real life bad fln1sbthlher lecture at Bryn Mawr college and now she was surrounded by a number of students These charming girls their rose lent complexions bright hair and clear eyes enhanced by the deep black bonrdshYou live In London dont you t one said Yes I illve Iji LondonIn Lancaster Gate Mrs Cralgic replied 1 Send Ju Lancaster Gate in the west said Mrs Cralgie smiling 11Yes on account of the fogs and the lamp living In London even In the west end is horrid isnt IUsnld a young girl Oh not at all KUd fcrs Cralgle HIt one spqnds the summer In thq country and the winter on the Riviera London la R delightful place to live InPhlladclphla Bulletin Entitled to Decree Has she grounds for divorce Oh yes She Is too lively and at tractive to be restricted to one hui J4ndtXew York Prcsi eSex Pec li rltr- Ptubb I notl o that you refer to al oJephante ni feminine W11Yl101 Peno Tnty are w afraid ff mice CIepgoews l COUNTY NEWS Brief Items From Our Correspondents ANTIOCH Mr Dee Sparrows house caught fire the other evening but oot much damage ivasdone but would have bqen very bad if1t had oct been fo- rassingajjaan the tin al He got up oa the hdusi and put out the tire The family was very much tightened Th men being gone from hone HILLSBORO J Settle informs us tin the locust will appear this spring He says that they always come every seventeen years and this is the year that tbeyare due and the winter preceding their corning is alwa s an open pne so the experience of three locust years has taught him There has been more tobacco shipped from this cpmmunity this season than for several years before owing to the Ipw prices offered by the Coniinental but usually those who have shipped ta the city have not re ceived a satisfactory price and it is likely that the crop this time will not be as large as it was last season and more attention paid to stock raising which will doubtless pay more in the long runiAmong the many applicaions for our school the trustees have selected Miss Maggie Smith of Penwick to teach the fall term Miss Smith is one of vbe best achers in the county MACKVILLE Mr Sid Riley from Caldwell nnd Mss Ida Bottoms drove toI town Sunday morning and were quiety married by vV L YanceyI at bircsidence Mr ljum Bottoms was kicked by a horse on the knee last week and pretty badly hurt but not seriously we hope Mr Charles Camden sold a pair of work mules to Will Raybourn Monday for S23O MUD Our school taught by Miss Dawson will close Friday week From all accounts Misi Dawson has given perfect satisfaction and has proven herself tobe an able instructor Mr Hal Shehan bought of Ohas Sheban one yearling mule Price unknown Mrs Lizzie Beam and son Mr Will Beain and Mr and Mrs Thos Reed of Valley Hill were guests of Mr ML Troutman arid wife Sunday One of our young men went calling last Sunday afternoon irr the direction of itrdestys but the old man started him home pretty early which frightened him so that lie went in the op posite direction and did not reach home until the following afternoon Miss Lindsey Dodson and sister Miss Kathryn of Strlngtown were guests of their mother Mrs Frank Settles Monday Mr John Dodson had the misfortune of getting his leg broken one day the past week by being kicked by a mule He also sus tained other injuries and is in a critical condition Mr and Mrs Carroll Allen and Mr George Anderson and wife visited Mr Z C Andrews and family Sunday i Is OkHair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do it Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Visor Herds an intro duction t May the acquaintance resulf in a heavy growth iof rich thick glossy hair Use this splendid hairfood stop your filling hair and get rjd of your dandruff fteHatkiad of ateitIOflll k WeI for over sixty yqars- I lf f lUXMI- JAlSAPWWoe theIdya Frizzle Head FnitlfoIlT Btaei Chas Moor a 1i1er ban of Ford City Pa had his right hand frightfully burned in an electrical furnace He applied BucklensJArnica Salvewitti the usual re ultUaqutckand per feet cure Greaestheafsr on earth for burns wounds soars eczema and pilts 25cat C J Haydons drugstore IrAdfflillistrtrJSthAs S et Prather deceased I will on Saturday Marcli3i 1906 at his late residence on the bhap lin turnpike about 4 miles north west of WiUIsbug in Washington county Ky sell tt publi auction to the highest and best bidder the personal property belonging to the estate of sad Isaiah Prather namely Six head of horses 8 to 10 head of cattle about 75 head of good ewes about ready to lamb good brood ows 7 head oi21 shoats about 300 bblsoecorn in the crib about 300 bundles qf sbeaf oats 2 good 2h6rse wagons and 1 log wagon 2 nrowing machines 1 set of wagon harness several sets of plpw gear 1000 lb of fencing wire 1 cider mill a lotof hay m stacks and in birn timothy Jay plows and farming utensils 8 or 10 hives of bees a lot of patent bee hives about 8000 feet of yellow poplar lumber sawed f4 broad inch and aloi of beech and oak lumber several hundred boards and fencing slats household and kitchen furniture arid numerous other articles TERMS All gumS of 10 and 1 under cash will be required On sums over 10a credit t fJ2 q months will be given Notes will be required of the purchaser to be executed on day of sale with good security bearing 6 per cent interest per annum froth date untill paid and negotiable and payable in either bank in Springfield Ky as purcnaser may elect No property to be removed Jrom said piemises uri tili paid for or notes executed JT PRATHER Admr Dont DeC3lye Yotlelf Dont deceive yourself If you haveJ indigestion take Kodol Dvapepstr Cure It will relieve you E Houcutt South Mills N C says HIwas troubled with cbronfc indiges tion for several years whatever 1 ate seemed to cause heartburn sour stomach fluttering of my heart and genearl depression of mind and body My diutfgist recommended KodolI and It has releyed me I can now eaA anything and sleep soundly at night1 Kodol digests what you eat makes ihe stomach sweet Palatable strengthening arid affords quick re Kef Sold by alt druggists j The Morn of OldcBltvrir A drinking horn of marvelous work manship is 9110 of the relies kept in the church at Oldenburg Germany ItJ is known throughout Europe as the horn of Oldenburg and lisa a most wonderful history According to the j story the great Otho of Oldenburg was out hunting anti becomlpg exhausted from thirst and fatigue sank upon the earth with the exclamation 0 God would I had a cool l drink The Bound of his voice had scarcely tiled awnyJJ nmougthctreesot the forest suddenly a beautiful maiden appeared before him bearing a richly carved drinking horn filled to overflowing with cool sparkling water Otho was morej captivated with the beauty of the horn than he was with that of his fnlrbcnI actress and without even staying toJ say Thanks turned and rim nt the top of his speed clarrylng the vessel with him To save himself from the- onsequebees of such a peculiar theft Otho bestowed the horn upon the church and to this day the story as given above is told bythe guides who display therellcs fb the gaze of curious rlsltors TJic FBJUOM Old WiHtrr Ware there is n mandarins country seat In the foreground Sere should be a pa ilIon In the bacgrgutt n orang tree and to the rlgIipeec rte The place Is inclosed by d rcncgjamhrougli1 tho estate there should ander brook old In this brook there Is aiS Island high nt the left side with a cottage it Over the brook there Is a onI and on It there should be three figures The willow tree the famous willow tree Is at one end and a gardeners cot ago at theother Two birds are high In the air above the picture The whole U supposed to tell the romance of the mandarins daughter who is one ot the figures on the bridge The otMera ire tier lover and the mandarin him self The birds are turjltxloves late which the Jovuw were dMUHftd bytht cods that tthey might eeep tlt wrath of Fntucr faQt1arIBr who pineus4 heiI t t = TT1 SEESYOLXI1I SPRff1GFIELQWASHINGTQNCOUNTY Tfr SLIGHTLY ItYour W11l0W1wnre i L oYIII ei Baiting Powder S Absolutely lJ1 II PIIrc J r 7 f ii Mae from PureGrape Cream ofTair b In baking powder Royal is the standardtbsi powder of highest reputation f found by tfir tL IUnited States Government tests of gtemteit t strength and purIty r It renders the food more healthful and paltt able and is most economical in practicaljuse V Housekeepers arc sometimes importjuned to buy alum powSefs because they are f cheap1J Yet some of the cheapest made powders are fold to consumers at the highest price t Housekeepers should stop and think l it not better to buy the Royal and take nocliancefi the powder whose goodnessand honesty are ricYcr Questioned Isit economy to spoil your digcsticn byan Li alumphosphate or other adultered ponder v save a few pennies V 5r fl ROYAL BAKINGpowDE R CO NEW YORK i Of CO6AL INtIJti jrL M aliiWilMi rA GOOD MAN GONESince the las publication of the NEWS LE DER there died at his home near Willisburg this counlyj oa Fri 8y Feb 9th Mr Isaiah Pra ther one 4l the oldest and mositinfluental citizens of the tatyr The causeo his deatti wa cancer of the bowels Sc uire Prather was fora nurnbea of years on the Board of Magistrates from his district and wa4a strong Republidan and a mat of great influence among his neighbors He was public spirited an I took an interest in politics and all public questions He was a successful farmer and a mm of business and had ao cumulated quite an estate Sqq re Pratber was about 7 years of age and was born and reai fid in this cdunty He leayea sonrPrather Thos Prather Mes danes Pope Bishop Sanford Yocamb and Rome Colvin The funeral took place Sunday and the remains were interned at Wilj isburg cemetery DJAVE SMITH WiTiiDRAwri Congressman Dave Smith InI hd aWing from the race the congressional nomination gavu out the following interview j The people of my uistrict have been exceedingly generous tome for which I will always feel sincerely grateful In return for their confidence I have served tbem faithfully as well as my strength and 8 iih1 y would perijait and I have heard no complaint of my official services However as a number ofgentle met whom I hold in the highest respect have expressed a desire to succeed me I prefer to remain oul of the lace rather than engage in a contest which even if successful would bring 1itt1e if LnyI additionul honors Under these circumstances I will hotb a csndidate for rehpminatibn pALDlNaJack aged 19 son 6Ef Mr and Mrs Ben A palditig died at the homo ot his parents near town Monday night Feb 12 1906 He was taken ill last Friiav peceased was a grandson of Mr T W Shams and was known as njnodel young of the high- esteem mai i As evidence fh which he was held lby andasamart1grlheflf jSpjingfiela graded l wh ch ne WAS a member attend his funeral in a body The lua er services were conduptfd at- St i ojomliics church t hi the pi4iiec QfI IH b7F BI 1t Wdndsyaftc beWJh4 in Se- I minis ceutery t i Jl t I f I J 11i jiAT THE OPERA uouSTh i Edwards Stock Co h1Itli boards at the Opera HOUWB last week in a Tepretoire of xooi 1 plays The compamy is ooMpod ed of some fairlrjood uiteiit ana put up a gdpd bow all tarbundTsbnaa of tht picLlibss f being above the avtrag T wards the engatemimt tbwe warn J a falling out tatvewi toow of the actors and the Kaoajpr CM account of money caUtrs JL jf jmentj against some bagga e TJM Mat ter was fixed Pit 0e8I aa d 11 the company prooedud lo mext stop leaviag bthiftd jtf man and his wife Jte wile v sick with typhoid fever at Oovin hotel Bmtmcp o DLkTHA dii ftressing accident occar diill Ute tthome bf William Lay at JMMMI ton on Feb Ith whxili rwaUMl fih in the death of a litU two jM r old daughterof ilrJ Lay TW itf littleoneauiam older toother had beenIefLhloesL boss t issupp0 beau p4jig twith matches wb the c4o4a t ol the little girl tcJMM ifiiifti l 1and before acy aUntte ild te had the unforUnafc Wliril atklly burned Tilr cWMj r ered1orourhora bji v t I came to releirt iUi VIrLay is tM pec L AIj arzer between 8pt1B1tW i I Jensonton ai r A BUNCH OP SNJjalrt the railroad s etkA iiDiLtf wr at work nth trac iii Vtoj J J- HIll one day 1astwekaoimetf t f he men while iiiNttruck It hole andvncoyisda tl bunch of snaltml ekss S were allot the bUcV 8Tbe f and measured in JoaA fifiijfeet doiea to a 1IoL t 4ir 1w were twjeniyfive of The smite had ev1d U 7 i jtInto wmtir qv4Ita s L i1 easily killld aa tbe wr Ja a kind of torpor i if REALESTATEMYISbVo- nbavO solda bli Mifar ir Virginia avenue to Mfe JU Craycrbft for 226 0 H JtiEntire has bought jof Df fef k f KoBards ttm house lA fihlo4OWDUthSD t rfj Yj l topertPrssSoop t v Ifl Twmku f has reoftttty bIQ dmsSiuit 1 berd reSaLhl Z malaria germ To JsiS tm from JiInost effecVS edj Is th lflfl1 New ULUs rocJieed Q1l dLisass mMri poi on sad coiiitlpsin J i cjjaydonadrgsoro OJUUbt Ajq ij1J mcvnt nT t t 1 f tWS4EAIWR- pr ftJlyR tu 1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 4aPaIQI5D W- rk s p M ewtop db- o ntqnUIIH peuVealntll- eff CaJta csSdaE- I a bo 1te1 tHb t ea 11ifU f1i1ni Jjf b dhI estries m de oa liberal swU1ki aad ytIutGr of rpect iI1iM t C ftaIni Mi4 ifi f 2- 5asitomiss t 1ror t j L THURSDAY FE1 23 1906 Ti The cotet1prthe Depiocratic apjniMtioa for Congress from tbe Foorth district has resolved iitMIf into a walkover fox Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown Mr JobniKm was the last man to riM race but his entry Botmrr to have been the signal fot1otbo8e other aspirants for opo reMkxiftl honors to hie them i MiYM to the tall and uncut tiinI ber Congressman Dave Smith MUMwued that he had had taow h of The honor and was willing to giveaway At a meet l1loftbe congressional com mittee held in Louisville Monday others who had been promiI 3e tly mentioned dropped out of the running Gus W Rich adteoa aid that on canvassing tbt ooBamittee orethe meeting I she lemrried that only three of thirteen members talked favor ably of a convention and he then made up his mind not to enter the nee Mr z Richardson was present at the meeting of the committee and afterward ey pressed himself as being willing to abide by the decision He aid that he had left the race withno illfelling Mr T Scott layes Washington countys candidate whose chances have been considered by his friends as being flattering made the follow ing statement declaring his atti tude in regard to the platter VI had never made any formal announcement and was only prospectively a candidate I did 1not attend the meeting of the committee although Iwas in the hotel I am thankful to my friends for the interest they took in me Ben Johnson is a strong personal friend of mine and I Jid not feel like entering the race against him at this time I am satisfied with the action of eth committee Everything was perfectly harmonious the com mitlee meeting What was done suits me U The committee went through the form of calling a primary for June 2 but if no other cap didate enters the race by May 17 Mr Johnson will be declared thenominee s There is a contest among the members trom the Third and J Fourth districts in the Legis ture over the transfer of Butle county from the Third tqj Fourth districtThe former wants to lose it while the latter desnot want it r att I LJ nJJ 1 10 14 fLlr No Dangerous drug or alcobo lie jWiiopctipas are taken into t thsw b when Hyomel isi d ihed through the in balsamic healing ol penetrates to the most emote Cets of the nose andI throat and thus kills the catar rhal germs heals the irritat c MUCOUS membrane and give Wand permanent cure r Hjomei is the simplest most IU lrMdthe only thranee- cvrsfoir catarrh tht has been dUoov rd Conplete outfitt1 1 xka boUU 50 cents t FormW byTiT Red Cross Dg8WAPrTo t buy enough X lMii to btiild a stock t7 Jr LOor poplar r A1Ur f J s 1- WMOORIS71LLE t Mft Ham Virgin is vstill con Med to his room Mr Titus Planner also has pneumonia in a alight form y There wai a small crown cuV to hear Rev Bradley preach at New Rope church last Sunday Mr John Kinder has moved o Springfield Mr John Albert Boblitt has ecured position at the poorer hobse4a Springfield Two of our young men returned home quite early last Satur day nigbt Cause unknQwn Ice houses have all btJeii filled awl toDccp beds have been siowfi Miss Ola and Imogene Goat leyt of Valley Hill passed SundaytrouteMr Albert Wall of this place andMiss Estell Rhodes of Wood PopularFlatchurch Feb1l4at7presence of a large crowd of ofticiatmgtcouple married at that church Well the NewsLeader has bena wellcome visitor tb our home every since the first copy was issued which we think was about 14 years ago and We still welcome it and when WQ heard wefeltbopeitas it has in the past It looks like the devil bad t4eWeekdogtightthrough the ice at tbe fair grounds but the worst feature in the matter was the wounding of our frieng Mr Lloyd Clark son Texiils Fred1ricktguest of Effie Kimberln S tyrday and Sunday Miss Ann Claybrooke leaves this week for a visit to rbnk fort and Lexington Ii Mr John Hungate of Nelson county Visited his aunt Mrs A B Hatchett Saturday and Sun dayIMiss Nancy Sweazy has re turned to her home in Nelson county after a short visit to her sister Mrs J D Peterson Miss MaUls Lee Kimberlm has returned from Louisville where she went to learn the new styles for Spring dressmaking OlCJsbyentertainedthe ner Friday evening Mesdamcs Robert Young and Wilhelm Pefc erson and Misses Ella and Kate Shauuty Georgia Young Iris fiurdom andEffioRimberlin Hardesiyi Schoohouso Mr WS Y Gooilett and litI i1vesi1 SamDerringerper head LMr Roy Walltf Pleasant Grove spent Sunday with the Misses Goodlett Mr Edgar Gray and sister Martha spent last Sunday with relathes near Chapfin Mrs Salli Goodlett and daughters Misses Tavie and Bessie were in Springfield Sat urday shopping baveIsold their crop of tobacco prices ranging from 7 to 9l cent Mrs JH Gray and daugh lastrTuesday with Mrs Lucy Sales PEN WICK Mr Ossar Bottoms and w ife of Stewart were here Monday on business 111lss Em ma Adams of Louis ille is visiting her parents at this place Springtieldirs Sam Shewmaker Miss Mattie Bosley has re turned home after a visit to Mrs Ella Montgamery at Springfield Rey A B McDonald of Indi ana delivered two able sermons reSuudav Mr McDonald iis a minister of the Christian church i r w vvi LJ =rw 1 T T 1Tii JI Frtd Gheatham sold a sow and pigs to J B Fen wick for S3l Several of our people attended tile funeral of H B Powell at Mackyille SaturdayllHenry gone to hqus keeping on the farm of1 N Reed- J B Fenwick sold a sow and pigs to Frank Simms for 3350 Miss Eliza Smith and Miss lVernal and Miss Anna Logsdon spent Saturday nighf1 with the family of J N Bowles Madam Rumor reports another wedding in our town soon Frank Logsdon sold a cow and calf to W NCase Son ror35 J R Claybrooke and wife of Springfield spent Sunday at the home of WF Logsdon Misses Pearl and Myrtle Mar tin yisited at the home of J N Bowles last week We are very uneasy about Lilac we are afraid he has gone stray We made a trip to noosE Creek last week and see that the new store k progressing nicely They have the brirers cut off the ground sanford Lcgsdon bought a buggy from C W Oder Miss Verna Rogers spant last week at the home of A K Rogers near Springfield- Mr Will Hardin and wife visited his parents at Booker the fiast of theweek PiraUO rO1CYSEOllY and Tar FoleyiCo Chicago Orjgii1 fed Honey and Tar as a throat and lung rvredy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations aror offered for tl e genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any subf stitute offeree as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction 1ti mildly laxative It contains np opiates fnd iI safest for children and delicate persons For sale by Thex Red Cros Drugstore Pleasant Hill t As I havent seen any news from this place for some time ciwillitems We are having beautiful weath er at present and some of the farmers have burnttheir tobacco beds v The people havie taken jad vantage of the cold weather and have their iice houses filled with ice Mr Elias Perkins was in our community last week Mr H H Graham the well known stock buyer was here lost week Mr Mr Richard Pinkston andl family spent Saturday and Sun clay at thevhome of GV Shirley Oscar Shirley was in Nelson county Sunday afternoQn Charlie Grider waited his cou sin at Tatharc Friday night and SaturdayI Alenac to Health Kidney trouble is an insidious dan ger and many people are victims of s rfous malady beE orcthe symptoms are recognized Foleys Kidney cure cortects irregularities and strengthens aud builds up the kidneys and it should be tak n at the firatjindication of Kidney trouble as it is impossible to have good health if the kidneys are deranged Sold by the RedOro Drug Store WiIIisbUrg Mr acd Mrs J D Sutherland of Sycamore Valley was in our town last Thursday Mrs Mary Mcllvoy spent sev eral days with Dan Mclivoy Ja week at Shady Grove t spenSundayfamily at Polin Mrs Mary Husjhes and broth ers PO and Dee Bhewmaker were to the hcme of their sister Mrs Parlee Nichols who died u last Saturday at tier homa at Talmage Her iremains were in terred at Salvisa We ertend our sympathy Mrs having visited this place so often we Uarned to kno her as a good christian woman iFrpd Sutherland was in Leba non last Saturday on business John Reynolds and Oscar Me scssss nn PUBLIC 1SALEI 1OF1 LBSIWednesday JJ- at Wharton TappsLiyery Stable in Springfield perslhaVlnlt + Q yAlll Horses and Mules to enter in bis sile will see Wtarton Tappor S Mf Campbell knc tioneer ii Q ftbsridn Tlpp5 SOOS Ilvoy attended county court fat Lnwrenceburg Monday Gibbs and LboMrs W S sqn attended the funeral of Mrs Homer Franklin It Glensboro last Thursday Earl Gheatham and sister t Miss Nora spent Sunday with Frank Ash and family atPulliam LL W Jenkins spent last Fri day with his pare a tsat Kirkland lChas Mcllvoy and wife spent with W P Sutton at Sunny SideIMrs Lydia Reynolds enter tined a few friends at Flinch Thursday mghtjValentine day was an enjoy able day here the comic came in fine and most every one seems toenjoy the fun others afforded then The beef company is doing a good business here G W Mer ritt and Jack Sharp are kept aIidlsellang the death of our friend Mr H B Powell He was wellknown here and had scores of friends who mourn his loss We extend our sympathy to the bereaved l relatives We Ware glad to report the sick folks better at this writing =A TOnrBoaritheThaLindYouHaveMways ft jtt SIgnature 1Ir 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper wiT be pleased to learn that there is at- Icutonedreadtiyill list fci ence has been able to care in all itrf stages andjhat ia Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical frater nityx Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catirrh Cure iis takrn internally acting directry upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying1 the fpnn dationof the disease and giving the patient strength by building up th constitution and assisting nature in doingIts work Tbeproprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars orany case that it iiails ta cure Send for list of testimonials f Address F J Chancy Co Tole do 0 Sold b7 all druggists 75c MAUD We were very much disappMu ted last Friday morning when on calling for our mail to be told th tthe NewsLeader did not come in but we were later in formed of the reason that the fire in the office last week prevented its publication We trust however that we shall not be disappointed this week but then not receiving it last week shows us tile more how much we appreciate and enjoy its contents Misses Mayte and Nellie An drews spent Friday with their sister MYs Edith Duncan at Duncans Hall near Bloomfield Mesdames Kate Shewmaker and Ora Crume were in Springfield Wednesday Despite the inclement weather quite a number attended church at New Hope last Stfmlay Masters Dorchester Grume Dixie Barlowe Robert and Jr Norris Shehan spent Friday nigbt with Miss Annie Jones It is quite a treat for the littlei folkSto have the privilege of an ovening with Miss Anna as sheIdelights in entertaining them ways only delightful to childish enjoyment ISJohn Dodson is out again He was not hurt as badly as reportedl in last weeks tetter Your humble scribe was very badly Icmisinformedf the kick Miss Josie Shehan entertained l a crowd of young people at a storm Darty last Tuesday cvqn ring It is needless tosay that a very enjoyable time vas spent ItaEj Miss Josie is an ideal hostees Mrs Sallie Tichnor of Wood Rayss= Summit Chas Sbehdn and H T Virgin were in Lebanon Thursday on business nW S Qibbs the noted horse trader of Willisburg was here Friday Miss Fairy Lyddane has bee the guest of her sister Mrs Will Eddl man of near Zion for th pastlewdays Mrs E E Wakcfieid and spentMondayI Among the callers here Sun day were Joe Downs of Bloom noM Rob Sutherland of Chaplin and J E GoatlyVaTey Hill 55Mrs James Hardestv can boast 55of getting m recggs than any- oneI in this yicini y She took I about fiffcr dozen to market Sat 33urcay afternoon which she had gotten in a week Mr George Thomas of near here who has been appointedI one of the guards at the peni t teniiary at FraL k fort willre I move his family there about the first of April We regret very much tolosil Mr Thomas andiI 5his estimable family but wish him success in his new field of work Pf1ttfnIl7 Bard I Chas W Moore a merchantI of Ford City Pa haG his rightI hand frightfully burned electrical furnace He I I BucklensJArnica Salve appUedI11 I usual result Vquick feet cure Greatest beajsr on1j earth for burns wounds soare eczema and puss 25c at C J jEaydons drug store FENCE WlftE PROBLEM ause of tie Corronloa of Steel Wire Fencing Into the much discussed question of what Is the matter with thft fence wire nowadays the department of agrlcuT ture in a recent publication Intro duces the theory of electrolysis It Is stated that all metal used for fence wire at present made In this country is classed as steel Irrespective of the per entagc of carbon or whether made by the Bessemer or open hearth process From the statements of officials of a company consuming large quantities of wire and from other authoritative ryidetiee all tending In the same direction the following two points are accepted First that modern Bessemer and open hearth steel rusts much more rapidly than Iron wire second that manganese especially If It Is unevenly distributed In the steel Is at least In part the cause of the trouble Effect of Electro ymlii Mr C Cushmau the writer of the moO ograph on the Corrosion of Fence Fire argues that although It Is probable that the effects of electrolysis In a fence wire ate extremely small It must be remembered that they are con tinually going on whenever the wire Is wet In almost all modern steel wov en wire fences some wires will be found to far outlnst others Independent of the original weight of the galvanized covering which they carry If In woven wire fence all the wires would last as well as the best ones do there would have been nolcornplaints It Is Just this point jot unevenness of lasting guttllty In wires from successive heats In the same mill which have practically the same chemical composition that Is hard to explain by any theory bnttthat of galvanic or electrolytic action The manufacturers have believed that the whole trouble was In the unevenness in the weight of zinc covering that was put on the wire but experiment and observations show that this Is not so Some wires wIll go to pieces before others although there Is no discernible difference either In the weight or qual ity of the zinc covering in one fence which has been under observation for four years one wire was In perfect condition although It carried a light covering of zinc while the wire next to it was badly rusted from end to end I Observation In the Field 1Almost every one who has carefully Inspected woven wire fencing as It Is exposed to the weather on the farm says Mr Gushman haa observed that some of the wires go to pieces much more rapidly than others The bot tom wires lying close to the ground which are kept wet in summer by the growth of weeds and grass and in winter by melting snow are naturally the ones which we should expect to rust most qulckfr As a matter of fact lioweverthey almost uever do so but on the contrary rare far more lasting than the wires farther removed from thc ground This observation has been substantiated by a large number of competent observers One would not seek to preserve Iron from rust or zinc from corrosion by laying these metals away In wet snow or weeds 4If however electrolysis takes place and If the action can be diminished by keeping the wires electrically neutral through frequent connections to the earth or through frequent short clr cults we should then expect that wires vbleh were kept their whole length In constant contact with the earth would in the long run show greater lasting quality Zelesraph Wire The process of making telegraph wire Is noted and it Is explained that telegraph wire Is generally acknowledged to be more durable than fence wire and that care is exercised in the man ufacture of telegraph wire to keep the mangayese low becalise this element Increases the electrical resistance of the wire The difficulty experienced in rolling low manganese steel and the slow rate of speed at which the mill must be run to draw the wire through the zinc bath In the double process of galvanizing add materially to the cost of the product The question then arises whether or not hlglj grade fence wire Is worthy the same care and con sideration that are given to wire which brings a higher price In the market and is used for other purposes Cowpea Followed by Cane We have one and a half acres oC landI which was planted tocowpeas In lOOt and from which we cut about three tons of the richest hay that grows This year llXXi we planted It to cane andI made 170 gallons of molasses and otfthrione antI a acres the cowpeas are the best fertilizing crop the farmer can rajse The cane Is the best seed producing cane we ever saw anti we have been growing cane about eight years says a writer In Kansas Farmer IFARM BREVITIES In the cow table discomfort costs money Comfort is converted Into cash and no mistake Irregular feeding makes thin horses no matter what quantity is given If anything else lias been found bet ter than ordinary wire screen ton pro tecting fruit trees against the depreda t1tlo11S of rabbits and mice I have not had aha pleat c uf trying It says an 4 i iiGitau riter = 4 4 w CONSUMPTIONS WARNINGa Inside facts soon become evident la outside symptoms Da G GRBKX QThe aid of scientific inventions fis no needed to determine whetheryour lungs are affected The first symptoms can be readily noted by anyone of average in tclhgeiice fThercis no disease known that gives so many plain warnings of its approach as consumption and no serious disease thatt can be so quickly reached and checked if the medicine used is Dr BoscheesI German Syrup which is made to consumption Jit is in the early stages that German warningare s the congestion of the bronchial tubfcs and the gradual weakening of the lungs se expectorationqBut your cough even if dread consumption ha alreadyattacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a ctzreas it Ira apparentIhopeless r New trial bottles 25C Rcgtalv size iC 4t gl druggists a Ii Ie 1r r + ikk r tttT D WELLS 0C P WELLS d ti I ftJ lJ H a 8fJ= 5 WELLS BROS 7 tI 0Tbi new film has succeeded the wellknown firm 6f j McClure Wells and will continue in the same line re business Just now ve call attention ofthe formers to our tif Held Seeds L f- i ir The seeding season is now on and we have a select lot of ti Clover and other Grass Seeds and Northern Seed Oats J5r BUGGIES d- i aWe wi l avethmostcp r ttlin ort k Buggies and other vehicles ever handled here and inite t 4 an inspection flour line as soon as they are openedId iHWe leadin Farming Implements of all kinds GASOLINEI J I WELLS BROS d ffif t yo SPRINGFIELD KY ar J t g f 1 the bet for all arounauou ni ucpv grass for wet places and red fescue for shady places To get a quick sod cut June grass Into small pieces sea tt over the lawn and roll erIBarley Is rapidly gaining favor poultrymeh in California It Is costly than any of the other cereals and rifrfjsomevbat higher in protein The fiber content is less than that of oats ivljlcli Is another advantage WOMAN AND FASHION A Comfort Garment There are so many times during the day when a comfort garment is hulls pensable to the busy American woman It offers rest In its very freedom from restraint while the graceful folds anti draperies seem to heighten ease The c ATTRACTIVE KIMOSO kimono shown here Is more attractive their the usual model because of the shlrrings on the shoulder in front and r ut the neck In back The increased rIany tendency to plainness or harshness of outline The Japanese materials arc great favorites for kimonos as their artistic weaves and colorings seem to harmonize with the grace of the Japa nese garment Any soft silks wools or 0 washing fabrics may be used N eekwcnr Soteleti The long platted jahot is the special feature of tills seasons stocks A conspicuous novelty Is the ruffle a t the lower edge of tile collar band a mode which Is extrcmejy becoming to her who is divinely tall but let the wtf reuIglou8lycontents at least one well made perfectly fitting black stock to aql1I worn with a touch of white at iliet neckImade of silk elastic so that they will fit any waist They usually arc shaded being qulte dark at the bottom and llghfut the top aiuKas they come In pink blue violet green and white they are useful awl novel for the evening waist Tire effect Is pretty as theso I belts are trimmed with steel or with narrow shirred ribbon and braid which are sewed on In all sorts of pretty de- sIgns Iarple Umbrella anyIJ IThose having In mind a gown of one of the fashionable purple shades prune plum or violet will be Interest ed In some nosY purple umbrellas which are a novelty Some of these have unusual handles of copper with a Byzantine finish IrThe New Lace c The favorite laces are baby Irish cluuy Valenciennes nail renaissance tDud the effect of these with the linen Is past the capacity of mere woman ta describe However It seems about tho prettiest thing ever Invented In wear tinesKILLrHE COUCH 1AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr KingsI New Discovery 3 f I fl CONSUMPTION Price FOR I OUGHSant 60c It 100 P LJHLDS Fret Trial Surest and Quickest Cur for all J THBOAT and LUNG TftQUX UCB MONEYor ROLhfc 1 i i- r U r f- iBlind Headache I i- II About a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of 1123 BroadwajjJ Augusta Ga I suffered with blindsick fiheadaches and backaches and could get no relief until I tried t WINECARDUI io Nonintoxicating Female T jmic 7L 1I immediately commenced to improve and now I feel 4like a new woman and wish to recommend itIL all sick women for I knoiy that it will cure t tlisrh as it did me 4 T iCardui is a pure medicinal extract of r mvegetable herbs which relieves female FlkELTj t pains regulates female functions wI r tones up female organs to a yi y t proper state of health Try SWSSiit for your trouble V affiagBSS p Every druggist sells jpltsiIttsHwbsttdtPtL SS 1 t in i co bottles i0j n i41ic J iwi if c a- I if 3 C MTUMEY LEE RILEY Jr i j J New Livery Firm 4tC i Tiimey r Riley1 E v J J Succss or a p Haydon 5 Thompson J r iU Equipment First ClaSI Feeding dnd Boarding 1t 51 i k jj c1 m Every Respect eHorssa Specialty tc1 Your t Patronage Respectfully Solicited faJ Stable Located Betwee n the Depott end th Wnllon Hole f f 3 J i 1 sviIIeisBoomingI- r THESE ABOUT 1G87ssi YY VILLE 350000 bttonlll wtthln but and the iver and This head her i radius of only 6 miles theWoRIQr Ii in nutnmt of Jeans farm wagons and In 1tobaccoffactir factoryIntories in world and 8 electric of k its city is parkiisystemlntheUnitedS meny ms nilkentpublfcbu dlnlt1 is t the home of the COM j Enroll at school do nwet be inwart of a good Workniyoull en V is MYANTiSmnOIiySlNESSCOLU6l LOUISVILLE KY X JOHN SHUCK McBrRoy tta WI1AITO i f McEroy Wharto p f SilranCe Real Est te ggellts- 1I Lifu and I r Land Sold on TOrnadOJnSJllnCj ffice Peoples Bank Phore 42 ALUSIIZLWk1M i Why no amol of t rateiYouwiUsOOil 4 be without remember thatHa1Ptair Renewer falling and jurf ST iSjri1 leyer Gpa or Z1dll never gripe or sicken leans 8tr Hjthen stomach bowel is the a1 verdict of Ute thousands rao nse DeWittV Early jThese famous lIttle relieve fche consti Cation billiensness jann plce torpid Sallow complexion tcTry Zany Risers Sold all dnggsts Itqads the sewor pipewooden boxes produdnc the hat inter Iuitanhlnes Louisville isafcity BEAUTI FUL HOMESI property TalHaUon hl r and thurches and WORLDS LEADING MERCIAL SCHOOL this THOROUGH Tf terprising city the 1fi I over stop this your hair tlds anj hair Just stops hair makes hair grow They urtiver many Little Risers pilli Little Jring r2jfr One Minute 1fr rnotnnrug it has been curing coughs acid 2t croup and 1iOOPfJII LhOughsCo iotig t fthat Hbas proven itself id be a trrtii iijFand trim friend to the many who S- ia ittNQdce to your chII h bokl 1a from cr tr1tr1Of On Miii druggists uteCougn Cure Sold byaIV J 5p r i 1 UJIBQRT0KIftftflDCNTJ TttTM KTRACTE WJTHOYT IN- SP9IthGF1ELD rIei BI kwp II- q KY All Portal Work Strictly Tirstclmti h Br X H n rDgJrC MIJDD ArToN MUD- Ubiicu1p ud Surgeons Offices over Haydpns Drugstore WFGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW- eayi2eoples Ban- k1i gFl LDKY JBItoB D M W FYATT ItBABDS JL HYATT t iri SirgeonsPbs1ui Office ovtr McBlroy Shulta DR Jlt HOPrfR TSJCIM and SBRGEON PHONES Office Over Office 97 Haans Grocery RiielMei 71 JAMES GRAVES PRXCTJCAI 2 Itti erlld JcicM I Carr i line of Watches Clocks IJewelry Repairing a Specialty Located On Main Street t oppo le Presbyterian church SpringIeld Ky hi 1 F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DNTIST01cc rental work atreasonable prices 11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY JOllNY1MAYES U1EAil HECTOR V AI DJIcusm IMBALME TELEPHONE DAY19NIGHT74r t SPRfflGFIELD KT K t loa l Sclmdule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville a 410 pm Bardstown Junction c1O2 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springneld 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at- 8Om Barcfetpwn 617 am VI3rdwn Junction 705 am arrives at Lonisyille 755 am f No 43iLe ves Louisville at TiSO am Bardstown Junctljbn 880 am Bardstown1115 aint arrives at Springfield 1240 TNt4Leaves Spiiigfie1dal 120 pm Bai4own 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm fcrriyei Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Sprin tield at 715 am Bards I town 8 am Bardstown Junction- S 45 am arrives at Louisville 835 am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Loiiiville at6 pm Bardstown k Junction650 pm Bardtown 753 pm arrives at Springfield 1325 PIP T U SSMAIL PROM SRPnIDiel 11 toillisburgLeav- esSpringfielff A 6 aIll arrives at Willisburg at 9 a nt tr leaves Willistiurg 3 pm arrives Springfield 6 pm Passenger rate one way 50c Baggage extriL Reasonable rates Freight hauling Richard Riley BJtVss Curiage s 1r Repairg Stop f Allkindwoxl work and up bQJsterliff dcfle Grain Cradles otbLnhfor1olel I hvlor sale now one new Mn4M buggy new Mind i a good e111fonand k 4f uill work cheaflrfor the TiAll fori ttrictly cash WELOND pinfle1d K I TOWN I w r 5H a tiWHfi Wfil Local Happenings oT Interest The Freshest and Latest 1 1 AHAIioutYourie1T Friends I and Acquaintances tH Receiving spring gOods of all kindsjat P JThomaS6 i18 pounds best New Orleans Sugar for 1 at P J Thomas I BORN ToMr and Mrs bter ri20adaughte It will pay you to see me if sop have to do Try and see J L Allen Dbpot We sell Hector Raw hide whips rawhide from butt to tip PT Thomas FORS ALE Locust pciL Anyt size andlength t t C W Stallmgs Just received one grogs best dime whip ever brought to this market P J Thomasr Ajax enameled ware double coated only 25c 29c j35c the cheapest and best ever sold here For sale at J A Shad rs I have some exceptionally low prices on odds and ends calicos odd shoes and notions P J Vhdinas FOR SALE A fouryearold jack 15 handshigh black with white points 4G W FENWIOK RF D No4 Mr Steve Colvin was thrown fronS his buggy on Walnut street Tuesday evening and bably bruised up The horse ran away The City Council has pur chased an additional 500 feet of first class fire hose at 80cents per foot This will be a valuable addition to the fire department Why am I a Christian Why am I a Church Member Whyam I a Baptist will be the topics discussed by the pas tor of the Baptist church on the next three Sunday nrtjrifings Mr R W Clements has bought of John CShader his place back of theroldCatholidi church for 2300 Mr Clementswi1l move in from his farm shortly The sale was made through McElroy Wharton Mrs Ida Clarkson has purchase of TF Pettus his house and lot on the Perry vilie pike for 25OO nd is moving in this week from the farm Mir Pet ttus will live in the house recently purchasednear bis lumber yard property Six young ladies of tl Literary Society oi the Springfield Graded School will engage in a declamatory contest at the Opera House on this Thursday evening Messrs Marshal Dun can W F Neikirk and W H V lia1Dw1 1l ctas Judges Mr A C Kimballl Seems to hold the record in regard to egg production From 70 hens last year he sold 10934 worth of l eggs exclusive of what he used in his family and what Were used for hatching The lowest num her of eggs he collectejl in any one day was 37 and that was during the severe cold weather Mr Chas Lee Grund has re cently purchased of Jno M Wheeler of Winchester a regis tered Chester White boar He also purchased from R J Hughes Spurr of Lexington a registered Chester White brood sow These are Gee individuals and good types ofjthe Jhester White breed of hogs On next Monday the ladies of the Springfield Baptist church will give a dinner at the Thur man Thompson building op posite the Opera House The proceeds will be used in pur chasing a new carpet The patronage of those rwho are in town on that day iis respectfully solicited A A Benefit Preparations are being made to get up a theatrical entertain Iment the proceeds to go for the relief of Mr and Mrs Barrett members of the Edwards Stock Company who are lleft stranded at a hotel here Mrs Barrettjis ill of typhoid fever and the management of the show left the two members behind and it is said failed to pay all the salary claimed Some local people have interested themselves in their behalf and undertbe direction of Mr Barrett will begin rehearsing for a pi if to be pro TOPICS I i MM 1dnjtattheOpero House here on or about March 2 The date will be announced postiyely later The Cause is a worthy one and the young people who have the affair in cnarge are to be commended JohnsinOsbGurne Miss Minnie Osbourne and Mr William H Johnson were married air St Dominic church yes terday evening at 4 oclock Rev P F Hennesy officiating The attendants were Messrs T 1 McElroy and William Bicket t and Messrs c W Hagan and Warren Nally acted as ushers The bride is a neiceofMr Hen ry Waters and came with the Waters family from Sheloy county to tliisplace bout four years ago She is a young worn an of many admirable traits of character Mr Johnson is a well known young business man and a member of the local gro cery firm of Johnson McCabe The News Leader joins the many friends in extending con gratulations i fA bridal supper was served at the home of Mr tTohnsons mother after the ceremony A Sad Death Miss Annie Peters daughter of Mrs Margaret and Samuel Peter deceased died Tuesday morning February 13th at 430 o clock after an illness of only five days of pneumonia The funeral occur d Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclpck at the Pres byterian church Rev T D Latimer conducted the service assisted by Rev W H Williams of the Baptist church after which the remains were laid to rest on Cemetery hill The unselfish sympathetic dis position of Miss Annie endeared her to a host of people who turned to her for aid in time of need and in sickness and to minister to the afflicted was her profession more from choice than by necessity She was peculiarly fitted for the profe sion of nursing being gentle tender and sympathetic with anI intuitive understanding of the whims of the sick and forbearing with them and winding their love and confidene in her intentions and ability t Death hovered over her couch fortwo days and nights while themother the ministers and the friends waitedat the bedside for the final summons she prayed God to hasten the end and found consolation in repeating tWe twenty third Psam and in the prayers of one pf His servants With implicit faith in the promise of her Master she placed her hands within His and was led through the valley of the shadows of death and feared not and was comforted Just before the end came she sang Jesus lover of my soull Let me tothy bosom flyIWhile the billows near me roll While the tempest still is high and then peace that passeth un derstanding was hers and her soul passed to its reward Truly death was robbed of its sting and the grave of iits victdry H B Powell Dead MrH B Powell deputy sheriff andone of the best known men in the county died at his home near Mackville on last Thursday afternoon He had been in failing heath witha fatal liver and kidney trouble for more than a year but was confined to his bed for only a few hours before he died Brack Pqwall was born in Boyle county March 4 1861 or on the day of Abraham Linc lns inauguration as President He was the son of the late James IC and Nancy Powell The de ceased was d man of greatene- rgyReduced I It will pay you to Phone me at the depot if you have I hauling to do Try and se- eOldRube g I I is not ready to retire from C business Ji L Allen PHONE 22 C l l rcrcr s i and indomitable will and was an active and successful business man having by his own efforts accumulated an estate valued at about 20000 He served four years as deputy sheriff under John T Orhy roftand afterwards succeeded to the office of sheriff serving four years in that capaci ty Again in November of last year he was elected as deputy under Sidney Osbourne and had served only six weeks of his term when hedJedMr Powell was a member of the Masonic order arid was also a Maccabee He was never married and is sur vived ty his mother and brothers and sisters as follows Messrs Dick Jay and George Powell and Mrs Wood Isham and Miss Beltie Powell The funeral took place on Saturday and was con ducted by the Mackville Lodge of Masons assisted by the Springfield lodge Burial at Mackville cemetery Card of1 Thanks To those who ministered so kindly in the illness and death of my beloved daughter Annie and to all who have helped in the many different ways to make a mother resigned to the loss of an only child I take this means of tHanking you and assure you that ydur kindness wijl be remembered by me as long as memory lasts MRS MARGARET PETERS Notice to Creditors S J Smock admrc vs Equity Nora Scrogham J By order of Washington Circuit in the ajbove style cause all persons having claims against the estate of T C Scrogham deceased will present the same properly proven before me atI my office in Springfield on or before 24th day of February 1906 I will hold sittings in my office toreceive such claims on Tues days Thursdays and Saturdays until Feb 24 1906 M G L achman MC W C C Administrators Nonce 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 1906 and same will be settled All persons indebted to the estate are alsp re quested to settleW D CARRICO J5F CARRICO Horses Bought and Sold 1 am in the horse dealing business and parties desiring good work horses Or horses for any purpose will do well to call on me I am also in the market to buy horses ndwill give full value t G F Carpenter Kotfol Dyspopsia Curs UIoMts vitar you eat Administrators Notice 04 All persons having claims against the estate of Frances Lowber deceased will present same tome at my office in Sprihgfield properly proven on or before March 1st 1906 for settlement W F Grigsby Administrator t PUBLIC SALE Of LIVERY BUSINESS AND QUIP MENTS CLC Swearingeri as adminis trator of Hugh B Swearingen deceased and Joseph Mathews will sell livery equipment ndi business as a whole in front of livery stable on Market street in Bardstown Mondayjel 26 1906 ABOUT OCLOCK P M the following described property 12first lass livery horses in iin good shape and good ages 10 first lass liverv vehicles consisting of nine good buggies large wagonette depot wagon iruinraer wagon firut class hack three road wagons goocf sleigh 12 sets of single harness 1 set wagon harness 2 sets doube har nes 12 leather haitrt20 sum mer lap robes 8 winter lap robes 3 foot warmers first cass office desk heating stove and chairs 3 buggy poles horse clippers 1 galvanized trough 30 feet three quarter hose hay corn straw and oats on band on day of sale Terms made known on day of sale C C Swearingen Admr of 3 B Swearingep Decd Joseph Matnews JLee Bridwelt Auctioneer flwiw J Salve Ftr IIssi BuriMf Strtf Izjw li Kokomo Wire Fence i i The Best Farm Fence Made il In presenting the Pioneer Square Mesh Field and Hog Fence to the public we do so with the assurance th tItis as near mechanically perfect as it is possible to con struct a fence Great care has been taken to embody in these fences all the essential qualifies necessary to make it efficient under every condition in which fence is used Only the very highest grade pf galvanized wire is used fn its construction all the line wires are made r from high carbon steel coile lnrcl ga1d so that eansion and contraction In hot OIco1dweith is amplv provided for We carry this fence in several sizes suitable todiffer ent purposes and will recommend it above all others for 4 durability strength and convenience in handlil1gl i It is the Cheapest J I Because its the Best f iCall and get prices t Haydon Barber 4 4 AgentsS444PERSONAL in Mrs AR Shultz was in Lebanon ed Tuesday Rev G W Lyon spent Tueeuay In Lebanon Mr Hugh Noe was in Lebanon Tuesday on business Miss Elizabeth Hoskms is visiting friends in Elizabethtown inMisshad typhoid fever is convales cing at flMrsweek with Mrs Sterling Thom pswi M Miss Florence Hamilton is visiting her sister Mrs John L Baroer tie Thornton Waters is recovering from chickenpox after two weks illness Mr Lum Abell returned from Lebanon Tuesday on account of being ickII Dr James Green of Indiana polis is visiting his brother and sisters Miss Annie Cia brQoke leaves today for a visit to Lexington and Frankfort t Mrs T Dj Wells entertained a te few young folks at flinch Tues day evening It Little Ivan Eogaii Jones son qf M H Jones has pneumonia and is quite sick rMiss Wargaret and Bessie ala Leachman are visiting their sis frterMiss Amanda Sisco of Bards m town was a guest of Mrs tap Williams Tdesday s MrE S Mayes Jr and T D Wells were in Winchester on business this week 61Mra visiting their daughter Mrs J IL Mahon atI bbanoQ Mr and Mrs Gajrlang Bo Gnri ninghamhave taken rooms and board at the Walton Mr and Mrs C JP Bosley were guests of Mr and Mrs ICl Miss Miranda Tucker has returned from Lebanon where she visited the Misses Cleaver Miss Kate Wharton entertain ed a number of her friends atjor Flinch Tnesday evening Mr James Ranes and wife and Miss Cooper of Labanon TjsttI ed Rev G W Lyou Monday Mr and Mrs James Allen ofI Bloomfield spent Sunday with r Mr and Mrs Palmer Grtuidi Mr and Mrs J R Mabon of Lebanod spent SUndi3 rith the family of Mr J3 S Mayes- Misa Kate Shaunty irandDr Earnest Crume of Pane dericks tcwn visited MissJSMot Shaunty at Texas Sunday Mr J Rogers Gore j ittended the meeting of die Fnrt jh Congressional District Comn littee a Louis vi lIe Monday Mrs Eugan Martin whio haSS been visitingher parents andMrs Hfenry Leactwniau t has returned to Louisyillpfl Jr Lloyd Clarksco wlr 0 was accidentally bhot in bhe 1 g two weeks ago is doing ioeiy and no complications are fearad ivov- sMrandMrs TS W wjIl attend the weilng of f Mils Mary Gore Pulton to Mr I Vllen R Atkinson at Baodstown today I IMr Lytle Tlayes left Ma nda fcr Mari9rT ad swwi win I maii a the Spldiers Homeat thtt place until his heaUh is improv later on hA mav go to Hot Springs for his health Miss Margarett McChord will- ntertain a nqmber of young people at Seelbachs in Louis vide Thursday vening Mrs McChord who has been in Frankfort the past week will as sist her daughter in entertain g r MrC A Gieennteriaim t eighthand euchre Mondayt Those who played wore Meydauies SoB Thomp son W E Leachman Matt C ayes J WJ Lewis G B Rob ert OJl and J L WnartonC MissesKate Wharton and MatC Robertson The prize a dec rated china tP3 cup and saucerC was wonbj Miss Wharton CASTORIAFor Infants and Children thi Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the r J eBignatwo of Cfta faJ1 Failed All efforts have failed to find a bet r remedy for coughs colds and lung trouble thkn Foleys Honey and Tar stops the cough heafe the lunC and prevents serious results frQmC cold J N Patterson Nashua Iowa writes Last winter I had a bad cold on raylungs and tried at least half aIdozen advertised cough medicines had treatment from two physic tis without getting any benefit A iend recoraeuded Fpleys Houey and Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured e I eoasier it the greatest cugh and lung medicine in theworld elI by the Red Cross Drugstore For Sale At M B Hardins my 200 gg Alright Incubator goods new Price 10 For further particulars address Mrs J At Hardin 3 1818 24tb street Louisville Ky r For Sale WTiite Plymouth Rock Cocker lels Fishel strain 100 each ull grown vigorous birds Mrs E LDAVispS rtliow tOttnn nu Incubator The average farmer his wife his son his dauKbtevt should not expect to learn nil about the lunnftgcinent of an Incubator from tup perusal of written 1pages Experience conies from the wOrk Itself This work is eusy Inter eating and fascinating It occupies the mind and leads to investigation More than that It leads ro success and profit But great results caunohfce ex pected in the beginning The poultry business is a trade and must be learn ed Many a person iIs Idle today and- looking for some sphere of usefulness who could learn how tQ operate an In cubator to both inental and iinaucll advantage But the work slight as Is must be done properly and at the right time The poultry business Is honorable and profitable but it requires study and experience We serve faithful apprenticeship to a long and and 10ss re learn other more laborious munerative trades whctt the same amount of4 application would In less ttune make us experts with an Incu bator and give us a trade in a line not affected by strikes or lockouts or liable H WoodrcrodedItlCbaito 1Jeo t1D Chnii e In tkc Middle Wept A striking tendency In the middle west and especially In southern Iowa Is the decrease In the size Of farms Something less than ninety acres Is said to be the size of average Iowa farms with the men doing the work themselves or hiring one man An exchange says that since land has risen In value from 10 to 100 an acreit has been found necessary to decrease the number of acres In the farm and the farmer himself is better ort for this because ha Is not working so hard to make both ends meet nor trying no He Is making cover so much ground Intact about as much on 100 acres rightly conducted as he ton a Sec ytlon of land In the old dayF The great growth of dairying has helped to brinK about this change 1 =j i II tjIIXkmW 2a irooder Itirillnutt At whole of yDfurlaotMiiuatHkt TnnlciiigS j ly unnecessary ItiOt a tainJA bita 1 utfaceJood and dear bd1dbg tip 1s + r griginalnishnct maHng it brighterthimi fJeitf ever Itis applied with a piece of dMMe Jcc1othan1rydrying to wait for RemoretalljacnfccfcM tstains dirt dullness It can Be tpjjfied o 5 Ff i to any finish with beneficial ndtt fat r r tiralivood asWCLL u nTcclcro3ntW t XO f 11tter o+ anatIII Ih T 1ttf CMII 4 Drf4 tikftttt will improre erwj the iDoIti 1T bntifu1furnittre i Tr frill trtf fW MOJIT II iookfrorn the Piano sarI other Mahogany ank iigaly fceae K II kia1 toGok1enn WhiteEname1 Gilt Sil1 IhII II I 11esttr sells at 50 cents a bottle and a bottle 1I pto f IIIriovate the ordinary home Try it and you Trill a1wysbstyj it II A few trial bottl e at ioc such t 1 i II OLD BV t ILi The Red Cross Drug Store i J 4 i 1 L Lt4 4 qQXQ ooQO QOOOQ t0 r 8 1O0000 YDS 4 i Tobacco i i1 Cotton J6AT RIGtlT PRICES Ha ving bought before the idyance r wis are enabled 10 quote very satisfactory figureWAfter the stock on hand is solduut We wll have to pnjflQ per cent advace on i eor rs t Buy Now and Sao Moyy Ye are now receiving our spring stock of Ladies Fine Shoes The Ziegler malre 4 j bhei line surpasses alll former seasons and we J ould bfc gad to hQwyou the new stiles f V i V Jrf i J Special Attractions Q in SWiSs and Jaconet Embroideries and all kinds of Laces He70ot new wash goods before they ai pickjed over 0 10to10 h I 500 GoGoooo GOOO9 c U i IIK t ITi The first National Bafk I ffr8 SPRINGFIELD KY I 1 iiI Capital 30OOO u r8 Surplus and Undivided Prfl1s 525 P11Lil lii rt q ppipERS B Ll LCtscyr president Johu W liewin V1tPiRtf8T A McElroy Casfaier L B Cain Assistant CasterLL Foster BookKeeper iRICTORSB X Litaej J Yo Lewis Sidney Green r ICC f 8T bell RH Edelem K M Grundy John O Poll 1 S consistent with safe banking r lipi S IWegrant every avor iYo tLJjas respectfuiivSOi1Cited t it S lftL fit j x4 44444 444 4S I MARKS f GREEN the old Reliable Manufacturers SandDe1erpiflalISIJdS0ti i 1 I 7Ss LUMBER LATHS SHINGiE SASHDOORS 6LINDS 1 1t Y r eJetirated Wc handle tbe 1 Mixed Canle Coalt v CanHi flL c r 7eTareoleagentsior- IIJ t t ACME CI4MEpI1 PLANTER p i The Best on Eartjk Prlces Eight d I I A 11 4 Office and Yards t ti 11UoclJor f and Railroad Streets t SprinzfkM Ky f i V V ft ilIJ fiUHKERUND TE AIJTrlr81CI 4 Long distance llnf and t pphb illf t rr- t this Company enable you to kst 6 lI anywhere In Southern Indiana ZotIllinoIs kintucky TnnSS M i and LothsIanaW can putyouiflS I and satIsfactory communication mm tty people ofthls KIt tloAofthe ooutr7 RatS rSanWollcltyoUr atronag i able Equlpmenta and 1aIItIUflSIW jK tpassid t i4S D WIRU EitCALDWELL tLANlfHUMIio 1 JWTA i rn taQlKa I t A pr T 7 J HUMOR O kit lpl fryou uSteaeXavest Sil Chicago Well r to l1Ye oti t4bt oe wax I I meyer ege1 theftHHQffC to t itfs easy s allhV offwPIrw1i ItJ1H41 te P stop join with t t Wd ittett1i1 ri1 tell 4la- atiiejt l w MI oT toliold On tight WHMifii thit curve CMd ctoe Xo IIIII aid not Why di LIlBecause it wai jeceary sir I berpllrtfNd L1Yoi14e 1 Statesman tt J 4 ija- WhT Ikt4 we the snOw fteim tooewkYasked the jwljrkker JJt H ifc vsf Kecaiu ami ered MrI obrpw I Wak a lots if by family andVouldnt tapriIye Its fuqr Insure You have o k bajf it muses the children to peepleMip asd fall downWasi tIIctOil Stare j t iWHt G HH ry Birke Bkfyjcr ever git a I iMMkMit atditThrmhouse- Ragaon t Tatlew Met 1 got two o t Hwitry Hawke Two handouts JUftoii Tatt tt N wtwoha ds- MtTwe tamI hands come out with a k1kI Baltimore News xkk4 StraJatiOtit IXrbut old Gotrox was mad flrhea1J toW him I Trias going to marry WI dfU1bterl t fj IHcIcKfclc UUYijmlte TomN I wish he had A mule eUy kkksTbackrrard I believerCatho lic Standard acL Times t Ssreule Mr Blghead is always alone He jfcoesnt seem io care for anybodys sot jclety but hls own ffYes I neversaw anybody so fond of bad company 41IaL HlBI Miss Ann vThrope l Was Shbcked to bear you yere married I wouldut marry the best man oil earth MrS Newbride Huh Heuever gave youa chance He assures me 1 was the only girl be ever proposed to Detroit Free Tress t XeverIIad the Chance Tom Jack Xcrvey caught 11 ay Pechls In the dark halItlie othecalght and kissed her v Tess terribly shocked Di you everl ToraXobntJ tiUiik wo tXrhU adelphia Press f i itt AmxIoHii 1 Partlemlar I dreamer last nlgbt that I hadrpro t posed to and been accepted by theanost beautiful girl in the worldCDid you Where did you dream we at the ggeraldtill a p zretThey say that poets haVe to be born rThats aftheY soy but I never CQnld understandQwhy Cleveland Plain Dealer f b Da1et1n AnRtMissionary Dto ray brdtthds campm tllrthetJInto Interior Native Xliaepends nJblg clter- szTptiteftcka a Sarow of UHusbaprm not afralU to say vhatIth1ukp s WVe fo3 I suppose notrrbut you fiugat to be ashamed to Detroit Tr1be s Women as Welt as Men jAre deMiserableby Kidney Trouble r KIdnay trouble preys upon the mind disi at geureges and l ssens ambition beauty vfor sh LIand cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neysare out of order or dlseaedtKidney trouble hasbObecome so prevalent that it Is not uncorizpp ft fora child tobsJOF 1 afflicted wItlweki = neys lftLe chffcuaIs ates po che adne scalds t he ilesii or c ivreaches an vhn i z1tpud1ab lncontrolwtbbedwMt3g depend upon ii t4 cUS5 the ff1zlty B kidney top and th offQ tp should be towtr4s iks treatment of unyleazantrp4e3s kyt K UMJMer and not to a habit as r most poos sse Wpr9a asin are made nfls ibls ktdiiey ard Iadder trouble tAIabdmc mfld af the imrndii effect mt SwampRoot is Iz aod ce by draffists in cent end oneJ th wh1fsfor all aboutluding many j01 ths thousands of Imoni1 letters rw4v I frffoma cured In wHtlw Pr J r r Iflton N Ywsa ua thIpIrt i theFoodaidReguLaII S I K N mmammmtmmmm Promotes D catiotUCIieerfu II andJlestCoMaiM iieitkw 11 oMo irMraL- II 3CARCOTIC aAllr ZI ApsrfecIfiemedyforColipI YtWJIM CaukioFevens- hInu acxi Iocs OF SUIP rcSiiwle Signature of NEW YORK h IIaId J j DMSI S J jC MS EXAm XYOf WtAH OL L ANtt I PUMPKINS IN QUANTITY The New Industry eIGlewJaTlleml I For CaKBlna Facterlea In northeastern Ohio large quantities of pumpkins are raised for canning purposes This is especially true in the vicinity of Conneaut whcte is beat ed one of the largest canneries for pumpkins on the American continent More than 2000 tons of this product nre oren used at a cannery In pne season awl this quantity Is eqniralentto atout 1S33 wagon loads says a Writer in Ohio Farmer A field that will yield twentytons of pumpkins to the acre la conaidored excellent The pumpkin leld shown the cut was an unusually productive one Pumpkins ealy were raised In stead of corn aad pumpkins tpgether PAST OT A PBOMFIO PATCH Most farmers raise pumpkins in thp mld3t of their corn and cannot of course expect so large a pumpkin cgop The size of the annual crop alsode pendsia great deal upon the weather at the ttme when the vines nre In blossom The yield may therefore Vary from yearHo year iud on this naturafy de pends the price which la paid pr ton t ranging in different y orsfrom 250 to 5 And when the crop in the vicini y of a canning factory is small it is necessary to ship pumpkins in from other parts of the country In oarloads Pumpkins are being grown in much reater quantities todaythantbey were few years ago States likef West Vir glnla and Arkansas vraere the agricul has given little attenon to them in the past are finding thatj under cer tain conditions they are in profitable crop Michigan where much atten tion Is being given to fruits sugar ets and other products in recent Sears is giving increased attention to crop too A ton of Bumpkins wilt about 1200 pounds when canned Ax EaaiIy Made Sawkere In the cut from Oranje Judd Falrmer nre shown an easily mode sawhprse and convenient way of holding wood se pieces of 2 by 3 or 2 by 4 inch tuff for the legs cutting them the- roper length Mortise the legs tether unit connect the endS with wooi n braces made of 1 by l inch slaffi s Jf lZ the top and battoqi Ont eadk side uJown lluii iv Ut Jrfltv rod from ORe end piece tfijt ftotlierAt the center To bpjd t tlmbPialn place when sawing sfiomft a oJckory pole about wo Iucba ttnmeter asisix feet J tstenJne end to the ground c abe of the horse t means of a tko w aoent woodea stanle as II t1pitstake ptithcls apart end a pin to fasten A hoes will be found prcferable to It 1jed stick as the pole can thas be sprung dovrm and held at diffemtpoints to suit the various kiwis 8tjwood lata M the eawhorae CeaiZe4wI l Tifas ffreii our readers JtbsJIOt j thetbotisupposed tjcotton coatetaed living taetMfi xad l w ttatftt was only l ere vyJ2 paclaaUlatlloJJ t aa dwy either had tM Hacteda Jte tMif iolk pc eleud olfo Jn 1I frlWolJ4 J6a The rtMiiig bythe utkJMl cJf1ute ta esin4te Wa ttJi awi t TASTORIA nO JIfanLtand CMldrtn Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In- Use Fbr Over Thirty Year- sCASTDRIA yse SuIuaMPANT Ncw Mainspring of Life INe ORe CaR be SroRj With a Wea- 1SbomachTheitedCrOaDrU Sfore Tells Howlt May be Cured The sftmiach is the mainspring Ox life When it is strong and acts perfectly then the whole system is right assiinulation is perfect and body and brain are thoroughly nourished Mionais pleasant remedy to use and benefit is seen from al most the first days treatment It restores the torpid glans and stimulates the natural digestive secretions It checks fermenta tion stops g fmgrowthscothesi- nflammation and cures all trou bles such as headaches back aches rheumatic pains furred tongue sleeplessness nervous ness and general debility which are caused imperfect digestion- It is the only remedy that is so uniformly successful in the cure of stomach diseases that The Red CrosS Drug Store are willing to give a guarantee with ever 5Cb box of Miono tablets tnat thfe remedy will cost nothing unless it cures They have so much faith in Miona that they are willing to take all the risk profitable investment But noW w j know me about the cotton cultures The great majority of those tested by scientists are absolutely worthless They am lifeless and Professor Hard ing of Vie New York state station aft er a summers work in which several other well known bacteriologists as slated says that cotton cultures are a failure To this end does the much ex ploited discovery of the national de part ent of agriculture come Alva Agec iu National Stockman Ontdlcd Honey Itjfrouawlsti to surprise your family or Jrlends with a nice article take same liquid honey which has recently been separated from the comb pour it iulto stout paper bags and set It n eonl dry place to soldify which it will Jo very rapidly during cool weath paperbagwont tl1he skIn of a bologna cut off a slice and iirveAmcrlcan Cultivator THE GUINEA TOWC bcrei Iiiff latereat Iu It aa ChoIce Table Bird A growing market for guinea fowl in tin United States has led to a recent farmi rs bulletin No 234 jon this bird and ts use as food Among other in torc Jog statements made awe the foll lowing Of1 the domesticated birds otthe ordinary type tbciso called pearl gulutaa lowl IIs UJ far the moat common It has steel or purplish gray plumage regularly dotuxl or pearled with bite whence Its name is so fcisnffsome that the feathers PurIItIfrequency used for ornamental poses the birds have bright coral rod wattles The caw aud the sides of the hcflU arc prdlnarty wliIte and are not unflko kid In appearance On the continent of Europe guinea fowl are considered verj dclictous ta ble birds und In England the7arehighly priced as substitutes forrgame sometlmesiiigurlng ori menus as Amer alwaysbeenUnited States especially in the soutn and have been much remaned by those who were discriminating Jnthelrtastes but until reaaitly they btfve been commonly said to be rattier in ferior to chickens perhaps because of the darker color of the infcator because the majority of pcrson havenev cr had their attention callotito their good points Their flavor resembles Ju so many ways that of game birds that guinea1 fowl furnish an excellent substitute for game They seem as yet to be little tfytl1ctl their excellent qualities but some Idea c their impotence In club and res Surant nenusmay be gathered fnva the fact that Ina fashionable New- York boej were used between the 1st of Jafluary anti tie middle of April r Sipr 7 jTH A 1 N II Ur t I A Louisville Daily Paper and The News I U LLeadertorI d f 2OO V I j i 1f securetwideWI paper on which it is printed If you are takIng the NewsLeader ott can renew your subscriptionr thid t gefthe advantageot this offer k Tile SubscriptionPrice of the Louisville Daily Herald isi 3003 itF r The SSubscription Price of the NewsLeader isi tOoI r g Weir send you bofh f ersforffffhe Year for i 200 I j The Louisville Herald gives as good a market report as anyjpaper published in Louisville and is4f handling great deall of news that cannot be found in any other i4aper ThIs offer IS only made fqr alimIted time and may be wIthdrawn any week by the Herald s take advantage at once Send all f4 Subscriptions g THE NEWSLADfR Springfield Ky l iJ =tw3tr r it urne yonngoiras rorbroJier DTgihti rench the market in the north late in the summer the larger birds are killed throughout the autumn and early win ter and by means of cold storage the COMMON GUIXEA FOWLS season is continued until spring Since practical no breeders make a spe cialty of guinea fowl for the market the birds are supplied In small numbers by poulterers who kcjp a few with their other kinds TheiNew York deal ers get their fresh guinea fowl largely trout New Jersey They arc raised iu small numbers by many poultryuicu In the middle west as Is shown by the fact that the market supply comes Inconsiderable part from that region The wholesale meat dealers in Chicago ifuy up the Thirds as they find them here and there on farms paying for them by the heail rather than by weight ns with other varieties The binfo are put Into cold storage until enough are col lected for a shipment Sometimes they arc sold In our eastern markets but often they are sent to England where there Is always sale for them Guinea fowl are not separately in eluded In the official market reports and consequently It Is difficult to Ob taut definite information regarding their price Private Inquiry among roll able dealers In Boston New York Rochester and Philadelphia Indicates that In northeastern cities thjg verage retail price for a pair iweigT3g two or three pounds each irobablr about 12n in the autumn nl djerirly winter wljUe younger birds earlier fin the season and older birds tutor often twins 150 per pair or even inqrc In the south where nil poultry Is cheaper they cot less Information received from Montgomery Alt gives 30 to 85 cents each as an ordinary retail price SluUlliiir Cnnllnover t rnirIpitittC lU slltUlilt vailllflOWCr All RUn Down is a common expre 115 we hear on every side Unless there is some organic trouble the con dition can doubtlessberemedied Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with all kinds of dertised remedies get his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat food to enrich your blood and tone up the system IScotts Emulsion of Cod iiver Oil is just such a foot in its best form It will buildup the weakened and wasted bOy when all other foods fail io nourjsh If you are run down or emaciated give Ua trial t It cannot hurt you It is escntKiIIy the bet possible nourishment for delicate children and pile anaemic girls We will send you a sample free i Be sartthat this picture Jn the fonn of a label is on the wrapptrofjevery bottle 4f Eatfiiiioa you buy t SCOTT BpWNE f Chms t 4ft lad Stnd New York ALDrUL me past season at tne siissocrrvxijcs ment station gave the same results as for the year previous Plants made a much better start inside the tent than outside The leaf growth inside was also superior throughout the summer Tubs was considered to be due to the ground inside retaining Its moisture much better than that outside Mealy Wheat A miller in Stark county O writes us that the millers of that county will probably refuse Jo purchase mealy wheat next year He says they are doing all they can to discourage Its production because of Its inferior mill- Ing qualities National Stockman 0I T NEWS NOTES Tlx estimated output of beet sugar for 1905 In tthis country was 280000 nhoit tons- Forestry work which has grown to a position of recognized importance in tllf United States Cray be said to be a lire duct of the past eight years Acknowledging that Its method of tlstributing practically pure cultures of nitrogen fixing bacteria dried on cotton bins not proved entirely satisfactory time department of agriculture has announced its readiness to scud out bactcrlologlcally pure vultures in small tubes hermetically sealed Kansas qralrte hay now sells in Chicago with the choicest timothy at 13 a ton says Kansas Farmer Quietness in the western broom corn trade is reported especially at Chicago with a wide range of prices according to the quality of the product A Warm Winter Ilccnlleil The oldest Inhabitant came into the Lnwlston Me Journal otiicc the other lay and remarked that as an average winter this was exceedingly severe SjKuiklng of jwann winters said he do you recall the winter of 1882 In that winter Jl went to school from December until March barefoot with Nothing on but linen pants and a cot ton shirt And It was hot some tithes during recess that I took off my runt In that winter on Christmas day I picked eight quarts of ripe strawber vita hitr a field opposite my fathers lhouse m the town of Turner and I very nearly had a Bjuistroke It was warm that winter that they forgot 13 hold the annual state legislated at ngusta By gum added our falth tub chonlclor I never see no sech nights us we had fcr heat I slept rill winter thout ho bedclothes and the skeetcis bit 1ei1rtultt A Ham MndemoUelle Parisian women have formed a league for the purpose of obliterating the Invldioiw distinction of title between thejimrrled and unmarried of their sex Why they righteously de mand if every man married or un IllllfrtfVl Is ttmnotnilt should not eery- madamjbattlccry It is all very well for Frenchwomen to take part iu this grand movement but how are our American sisters to overcome the dif ficulty confronting them We cannot bcllfevc that our maidens fair and oth erwise are ready to drop the Miss and adopt the Mrs If the change of title Is presentIIltirald lrealc WIlp Four freak wells have been brought InH in the Kansas oil and gas belt in recent years One at Dexter Is a hot lit well It shoots a big volume of hot air a hundred feet and warms things up nil around Xein Sedan another hot air well not quite so llarge Near Hfiumont a white gas well brought self In tearing out casing and wreck lug the derrick A column of white gas shot up 200 feet in the air It looked like smoke hut burned all right A mud well bag just been struck In Chautnuqim county At first there was a roar and some gas nUll then a col umn of mud shot WIt of the well abQut twentyfive feet high This has kept up intermittently for SQmo weeks Kansas City Journal Poor Qnecnf When queen of Hollan was stay lag In Florence with her Mother she Uellevcd herself to be unknown and wandered a great deal about the streets pfJLtho city In one of the poorer parts the young queen questioned a beggar who asked for alms ami give him half a franc 10 cents The grateful recip tent having examined1 the coin the do nor aud once more the gift remarked Toor queen Bo your subjects keep yon as short as thatU 1 i eaZId3eDaZ1II II sm bcs SOWpMtI2 aotbs nil sipataret9c a5C V HUWES CkSomething New and entirely cll fficnt horn th old style Made in regular read lug glasses an4 in near sighted and far lighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style iiperior in every way We Guarantee them and will promptly refund monfy Uttfiey fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eyetrouble write usmentioning- his paper and well tell you how tc get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your rouble if its not incurable T 1J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky For a Little Maid lo one need think that the fashions of the first empire are 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