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V r pr 1- v E1MfLlS1lEDc i l 183 i i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH If NEW SEBESVOL XIII O9f f t 4 r L lJi1IlCftIS W lTewisk to state to our friends tiirottgboet the tobacco growing eettoa that we are not connec tedl directlyi or indirectly with any other warehouse or ware house company reopoducta Strictly Inde1 penitent Tobacco Warehouse Gpaamissioh business CA BRIDGES Co Proprietors Pickett Tobacco Ifarehouse Lonisville Ky 4Q6t ouaCTORV1 SPXIXGflELD county seat of YMkill County 52 mUeS sot1- heui eC xiJifton 59 dIes frbni- IfOnuYill Bardstown branch ol Leiyi11 and Nashville railroad in a farisg ad agricultural district hlly Twoaiks telegraph and telephone lime exfHr wofficerflourTiiills umber yard Popuation 1100 population of- MaRty 1500- 0epresctatiVe a in Congress Hop D H Smitfc kodffenYille Ky r Jtepcee tatiTe in Keutucky Leffis tftttre Hoe W D Claybrooke Kepcescmtative in State Senate Hon Harry Latet Lebanon KY City Directory r CIRCUITCOURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth x day iaFebruary May and Octo b fc I HiJThnrman Judge LL Durham Commonwealth eyoF M Campbell Clerk t M G Leachman Master Commiss SWrf V QTJAJfTERLYCOURT Quarterly Court is held on the third tforiday in ea month B jIitsey Judge COUNTY COURT Co nty Cvitrt eets on the fourth Moaday ineLch m uth f Bj t iitsey Judge Jpf- jWr Booker CuntCl klTSMayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney 011bourne Sheriff I Sam Anderson Powell t H B Herbert E dlemau Deputif ijd Masters James P Moore County Surveyor T P OBryan Assessor VT Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer v j M Montgomery Coroner J W Bush Snpt of Commpn caoo1IiP1 O Springfield CITY COURT f James R Noe Police iudge- John Grace Trfarshal r VjF Grigsby City Atttorney JUSTICE COURT Jntlce Courts are held in January April July and October- J t Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rev G3V Ly on Pastor Ser vices JB the First and Third Sundays in each month atlla m and 730 p m SundaySchool every Sunday atlO am Prayer mtetiog every Wednesday a htrr CATHOLICICHURCH l Kev PF HennessaVj Pastor Ser jrSYlCCS every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock ajzup Services at St Rose same hours aCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev yTW1dn Pastor Servic lcvery Sundays PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH rRev T D tatimer Pvsior JPrtacWng every Sunday at 11 am jimdt p m Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meetin very Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Tat Preaching every Sunday at IT ani and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting very Taftday eTening at 745 oclock r Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODG Springfield lodge Ko so rneets first and third Mouday tlrach Month WrashiH tonR A Chapter No 57 jBeets every seco day SpriHjrfield Council1 No 52 meets on Tery trtk Mo da y KKIGKTt Of TM MACA8EKS Meet iii V t t r taJ nc 1- 5FLEYS HoliDTAIftatttt Strip iMrits Frta i Cud1 Remember the name Mnl IBMj Mri Tar Insist wpoo Qgthe genuine ftIIMe fI tcaMo enIJtJ i v r 1 J ii TJfiB NJE r 1906PERYE- M7if i a 7 Od H n5iS 7i INTIRtST1 5nnnnnnnnft n nlllftftn s RETIREMENT OF BAVE SM The ETown News says Th voluntary retire ent of Dftve flj Smith from Cougr ss marks hie as mucn as anything he ever as a man with a bushel of didI The usual way of our public men is to tang on uptil they are kicked out and then sulk the rest of their daya claiming tha the people did not treat them right It iis a new thing in Ken tuc y for a man eoospiconsl before the public its Hon D H Smith to voluntarily quit No man understood this district bet ter than Dave Smith and he doubtless knew that he could go bacltto Congress for another term but it would have been a great expanse to him and leaving a great many enemies add sore spots as the result of a very close and bitter contest To not run under such conditions when another term would probably add nothing to his welt earned reputation with the part of w 3domIMr Smith is the ablest and most useful member of Congress from Kentucky Hes the rank member of the Judicbry Com mittee and would have become its Chairman if the House was Democratic the position that Proctor Knott from this district held with such honor and credit Next to John Sharp Williams Dave Smith is the most adorit and the ablest floor leader that the Democrats v in tbe House He has won his way to this position over difficulties than men more favored by nature in physi cal presence djnot have to contend with InhisownCongr stt sional District Mr Smith has deed a tirfcless worker and has accomplished more for it than anyman it has etez had The bnildingof the dim on Greett river is one of thee many things that stands as a testimonial of his worth His retirement tsa loss not only to the State butt to the party but he has done wisely t and well We are glad to know that he wilthave so ablq a sucII cessoras Han Ben Johnson of Nelson county Who seems to s have the track without opposit Ion in his own party STEVE THOMPSON WILL OPEN IInewII has conducteda totalI in Spring tield and is a map of experience in the business Has lleased the Veranda Hotel for four yeais i and wi 1 shortly open to i tie pjUic Th4matter was definitely decided Thursdayeve ning when the city council granted Mr Thompson a license to pen a bar in the building The hotel is at present occupied by several ttenants all of whom have been notified to vacate theI flrst of next month After their removal the Muse will be thor oughly overhauled and in many ways improve and it jis expect ed that it will be ready to be thrown open to the public aboutc March 15 The h6tel office will be in the corner oi the building Main street and Spalding flue while the saloon will beaveJ the rOom just above the office Enterlpuse POPULAR APPJOINTMENT Sheriff Sidney Qsbournehas appointed Richardjsham of Macki yule to the vacancy on his list ofl deputies occasioned by the death of H B Powell Mr Osbourne made the appointment after mature delibera ion and after giving apPlicant1Mr Willidoubllesa d Mr Ishams friends are con gratulating him op his good for tune He has jus finished serv iilg a four years term as deputy under Sheriff Byron Clp keandl is 4horoughly c nvtsant with the duties of the office He will at once qualify and enter upon his duties HQ vyill have the Mack ville ride HHOULD BE HAPPY Our Hills boro correspondeitwrjtes4 MThe farm rcertainly should be happy ftr the winter has been pleasant requiring less fed than usua I u The small grain loc ks most en cou raging his tobacco has been sold at a good price and the pleasant weather has permitted him to burIr and sow his bed for anothercrop He can sell his hogs for almost any price he may ask His poultry has ben yaild ing a jood income all winter He can getthe NewsLeader and Daily Herald fr 2 furnishing him all good reading he could wish Why shouldnt he be an unusual happy bird GOOD FLYMrs Sam Montgomery had some turkeys that were in the habit of running off and the other day she caught one and tied a trace chain to it and when she turned it loose th- eturkyrose and flew to Mr L M Clarks about one quarter of a mile taking the chain aalon with it Now who can beat this on the turkey and not exagerate fortheabove is true HillsborcT Cor SOLD oUTMr B D Lake has sold his cigar manufactory and brands of cigars to Mr J A Johnson and the latter will take charge and continue the manufacture of the well known brands of cigars which have an established trade on the market Mr Johnson is a good businessman and will doubtless continue la hold up the cigar business tcI usual st ndarlIDoctors arc Puzzled The remarkable recoverv of Kenneth Mctver of Vanceboro Me is the subject of much in1 terest to the 1medicdl fraternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his caSe Owing to tij severe inflamation or the throat and congestion of the lungs three doctors gaveme up 1OTh- wuen as a llat rcuort I was in j induced to thy Dr Kings Newc Discovery and I am happy to j say it saved my life Cures he worst coughs and colds bronchitis tonsilitis weak lung hoarsness and la grippe Guaranteed j at C J Haynons drugc tore150e and 1 Trial bottle t JreeI8000 Damaqes The suit of R E Goddard against thfe Southern railway was decided by a jury Monday and he was given 8000 damages the full amount sued for Mr Goddard was injured at the stock yards in Harrodsburg by falling into a chute while loading stock in September 1903 His shoulder was crushed and broken and a terrible gash was cOin his head Four physicians testified that the injury was permanent At a former trial he was given 5200 butthe case was reversed by the higher court on one in struction Attorney J T Wil- Son and J F Vanarsdall represented the plaintiff and E HJ Gaither Und E P Humphrey the defend ut Harrodsburg Herald State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County fIsr Frank Jj Cheney makes oath thatj he is ssnior partner pt the firm of F J Cheney Coa doing business in the city of Toledo County arid State PaY1thefor each and every cae ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh CUte Frank J Oheney Sworn to before me aud subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Dec ember D 1886 y A W GleasorI SEAL Notary public1 Halls Catarrh Curo taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mu uousaurfacesof the system Send for testimonials free F J Oheney Po Co Toledo 0 Sold bra l druggists 75c TakeHaIla Earolly Pills for con stipation Adjudged a Lunatic An inquest was held in the Circuit Court last Friday in case of Joseph Kratzer who was adjudged lunatic and sent to the asylum at LakeJucdIKratzer isa native of Germa many and is thirtyfive years of age He was neatly dressed andI rather a genteel looking man He stated that he came to Ken tucks from Cleveland Ohio about eighteen mottths ago and about that time he was struck by railroad train and fVffcrr c in jpry about the head His property consisted of a gold watch ring pocketbook containing about 150 and a few other small trinkets which he left at thi Catholic church in Bardstown a short tima since He had teen at the monastery at Gethsemanii about two weeks and had insis ted upon going without his clothes in oold weather andI threatened to burn the monastery R L Hagan Deputy Sheriff connejed him to Lakeland las Sunday Ky Standard yedIFrom our place near Maud ori Novembers 28tb a red heifer weighing about 600w pounds with short horns running straight out from her head Was last seen on J A Tuckers Predrerickstown on Dec 31st The hqifer was bought W C iJamil tons sale A reward of Sf will be paid for information leading to her recovery J W HUGHES BROS Maud Ky e Response or Death McKeesybrt Pa Former Mayor Robert J Black of this place received a letter today from members of the Black Hand society demanding 3600 in gold and silye in before March 8ihjor his life will pay the forfeit his home be blown up and his family ruined The writer declares that 104 men from Trentcn N J are operating in and about McKeesport and that Dr Black is one of the first victims to be marked The letter directs the victim to place the money in the stump of a hol jlow tree in Curry Hollow which ihas been marked by a large X The letter further states that tmore men and ammunition are arriving andtUatifanyeUurti is nade to capture any of the band it will result in thedeah of Dr Black In the letter on a seperate piece of paper is the drawing of a skull and cross bones iin bloodred ink On the reverse side of the paper are the words response or death The letter was dropped in the McKeesport postaffice and the postal auth brlies are making an investiga tion The letter has also been turned over to the police de partmeritfor investigation Dr Black says that if the writer of the letter can be found he will be severely dealt with Administrators s Sale As administrator of Isaiah Prather deceasea I will on Saturday larch B 1906 at his late residence on the Chap lin turnpike about 4 miles north west of VHllisburg in Washington county Ky sell ft public auction to the highest ndbestI bdder 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 2 good brood sows 7 head of shoats about 300 bblsorcorn in the crib about 300 bundles of sheaf oats 2 good 2horse wagons jand 1 log wagon2 mowing machines 1 set of wagon harness several sets of plow gear 1000 lbs of fencing wire 11 cider mill a lotof hay in and in birn timothy hay stacksI and farming utensils 8 hives of bees a lot of patent bee hives about 8000 feet of yellow poplar lumber sawedi iu brosd inch and aloi of beech and oak lumber several hundred boards and fencing slats bousehod and kitchen furniture and numerous other articles- TERMSAll sums of 10 and under cash will be required On sum over 10 a credit of 12 months will be given Notes will be required of the purchaser to be executed on day of sale with good security bearing 6 percent interest per annum from date until paid and negotiable and payable in either bank in Spriogfteld Ky as purcnaser may elect No property to be removed from said premises un til paid for or no executed J T PRATHER Admr KudlI Dyia Our Mfoete wtMt you o ti rrNORTH BEND p t1 C LY erMy biother Lilac need not wear mournitg forme until latDeadand when that event takes place he will know it AS JI want him to preach my funeral as he is an apt elegant pointed and vehement and fluent speaker1 Ias well as a ready writer tWell iwhile I have absent fo awhile from the columns of the NewsLeader I have been hold ing my ear to the ground listen 1ieg at tbe discussions proi lcon of the dog law whTSa is6nl 1its easy passage I am well I wont tell my age but I have lived long enough to know that many laws are conceived in sin brought forth In uniquity and clothed vjith vanity God knows that lam not and was never a lov er of the canine tribejand laugh ter of dogs by the wholesale ought to be inaugurated but that will never be in Kentacky and the poor dog can be content in regard the to ado made about his extermination because you could Pot get men for any amount to execute the law The law is no now thing We have had a dog low ever since I was oorn What about its execution We also had a fish law but was it execu ted Only one aTFempt was made and that proved jridicnlous in the extreme A jjury went on record and gave a verdict of not guilty because it was dipping When the dog law is tested these famous dogs will come clear on the ground that they are pot doss but purps So Towser Puney Bounce and Watchi watch and you will see you are in no darger whatever you are assife as the d gs which Mark Twa m describes as seen on the strees Constininople in hIs Innocence Abrod Nov dear readers of the Loader this lar wilt never be put in force but will from one point of view bare its effEct The men who voted for its passage are politically dead forever with no one to actt as pall bearepsave a few sheep owners and they are in ai minority less than 16 to 1 Anyi man who becomes a candidate for the Legislature favoring a dog law will be elected and his election will be attended by an ovation from the peoplel From the tone of my letter you may think I have little faith in tne execution of tbe above law iI answer I have You may think I overestimate the attachment ofI the master for his dog I do not The dog loves his master and hisii affection is largely reciprocated by his master He will guard his masters coathishat be hisy friend in danger an J keep a more vigilant watch over his property will the average legislator over the rights of his constituents and mourn longer and attend oftener to his masters grave than will the average widow of 1900 So if you take exceptions at what I have said you can crack down on E P DEDii RemarKable Man One of the mqst Veinarkable men tlat we know of is Mr Fountain Huffman of the Sugar Creek district in the neighbor ing county of Garrard who is 99 years of age and past He has his second eyesight and can printIthey are as fine a set of ivo- riesADoctors Medicine Ayers Cherry Pectoral is not a simple cough syrup It is a strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases severe and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleu risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this 1keJ tkh1dofateatimona1IfiMfer over sixty years I1pJ 0 Aye Co LoWell xA- Ia xumuotarer or I SAlSAlAlILLA lJeJ AIR 0 w JTe BI Menta WeJlublh- ku 1t1MDC al1 oUr mlctcDH YOU will Pst n recovery by tak Ins one of Ayers PIlls at bedtimei I i as a man ever masticated tough beef with About 15 years ago he almostlost his hearing but in the last five years it has been restored and now he COrn almost near a feather drop He iis re bated to all the Huffmans in Mercer county Harrodsburg Herald AJLWytele with that Jld enemy of the race Constipation often ends in Apr pen lCitis To avod all serious tuble rowith Stomach Liverand Bowels take Dr Kings Yew Life Pills They perfectly regn JaleJhese organs without pain or diacomfort 25c at C J Hay dons druggist Hogs Killed by Doqs Mr T E Wellera well known farmer of the Deatsville com munity suffered an unusual misfortune Tuesday night He was the possessor of eight fine hogs ayeraging about 325 poundsin weight On the night mentioned dogs got among the hogs and killed one outright Three othe s were so badly injured that it is very likely they will die A few nights previous to this incident fine ewe belonging to M rT C l Samuels of Deatsville was killed by dogs It is neeJless to add that the f irmers in thft section of the county are verb much in favor of Croan sdog- lawKy Standard RED CROSS DRUG STORli TEST Sold Hyomel for Years and Know ItlWlll Cure Catarrh The Red Cross Drugstore has given Hyomei a most thorough and remarkable test For a long time they have offered to refund i the money to any puichaser cf tiThetij that thoy ave urged its use in the mo t clrrocippases of catarrb Breathed for a few minutes four times a day through the inhaler that comes with eveiy outfit it soothes the irritated tnucuous membrane of the throat and mugs kills the catarjrahai germs and restores complete health The complete Hvomei outfit costs only 1 and consists of aii inhaler that can be carried in the pocket or purse and will last a lifetime i medicine dropper an1 a bottle of Hyomei If this P is not sufficient for a complete cure aadftipnal bottles of Hyc mei can be obtained for 50 cents Compare this small expense with the fees charged by speciall ists arid remember too if Hyomei does not cure The Red Cross Drug Store will return p Cur money P KUIsboro The NewsLeader came out Friday morning looking bright and newsy sif it had never passed through the fire The Editor sajs it will be better in in the future but we think Jte would be bard lo beat last is fa sue WecanlardJyrealize the Wort of a good pape until we miss it a week and then we know better how to appreciate it We would all certainly be i lost Vkithbut the weekly visit o l tbe NewsLeadervWe hear some fclks complain ing last week about having Springlevei and we will noi be stiplised in a few days to hear the same folks complaining of having a severe case of March chills I Miss Maty Agne Hines popular young lady of this place MaCkolville11v 111anCale and tph Settles were in J the Cardwell community Sundayb gEvanvisited the letters parents MrI and Mrs A 0 Piukston at Brookvill Sunday Davis Crow and family who1 haveHbeen livirig for the pas1S elbYVilleIl1IbmoedIW j UrowV mother Mrs Lucinda1Il Mbllvoy and Tvilll this year B H Mcllvoy and family 6l4r Sweet Retreat visited relative near Brooksvile last week t c I iii fif dROyAL 3I r tJ Wj JY Mks Baking Powder r C1en rj redif With Royall Baking Po dcrthcrc JIk V h no mixing withthe fagndsno seatof1L S tj the brow Perfect eleanlincsirgrcatctJ1 facility sweet clean healthful food 1 Full instructions in the Royal Baker and wry Cokf book for making all kinds of bread biscuit aw cake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to any address WYALlAWNlKWOtROal NW t Thos Hines of Louisville is visiting his sister Mrs Charles Bines this week Weare very much in favor ci jthe County Unit Bill and hope it rill be go but as King Alcohol is a power we are afraid it will xert power over enough bt the aw makejs to keep itr fropr pasing The way to secure he passageof this bill uretor the many whoareinfvor cfit to demand an expression from urcndid les ta the Legislature atfd if Ihe are not in favor of the bill and by chance is the nominee then llet us risa above partyism ind vote for some candidate hat will vole and work for the Dill and in this way we wilt sue eed Away with the party lash ndllet us brjve freedom at the jallott box The correspondent from Fen ick seems very uneasy about us ijoing astray We hardly know vbathe is driving at but think here is noneed of him being measy about Lilac for heiisI inder the surveillance of the ayor of Pony ville anti purses to have a letter from this place each week and now as our rother frofri Fenwickhas hiI lew typewriterwe waniiiim to t be as regular as we are J S Thomas and family visi ted his brother Will near town Saturday and Sunday Cecil Roosevelt little son of Jr and Mrs Sabe Coulter who ave been quite sick IS much better at this writing Dr Bar ett of Mackville is tlia attend ng physician 3 D Sutherland and wife ofj Sycamore Valleypassed through jour midst Saturday en rout to Shady Grove to visit the family fJSIman We were very sorry to hear of the death of our deputy sheriff H B Powell Mr Powell was one of the countys officers and his friends here are numerous and in all his races he had the support of our people and even opporsver takes his place will makes an efficient officer as he andI jwin the same wealth of honor Henry Sims and wife Will Simms anll Miss Lizzie WbiteiI Fenwick Will Barr MisS Maud ilnman Ern sf Shewmaker and Miss BJva Inman of Shady Grove- isitedtheiamily of J H Settles at this place Sunday All re port an enjoyable day spent Crook Prather sold their tor bacco to Mr Moss for 7c Robt Mattingly sold 1ilcrops to Hatchett Camden of Mackville for 7c Josh Inman sold his crop of 4000 lbs in the city for 81c Dale settlesbdught a cow from Henry Settles of BrbQks ill for 30 He also bought t Ihorse from Byron Parks for 76 Dean sold some corn to Dud Sutherland for f175 per cbb1Jandryfor 2 iI1b0 j fT Get thc RlU lIltlyotare troubled with phd and ant ffnda cure try Witcn Hazai elbut be sure sou get that niadt y B C DeWItt Co Chlcafo It the Original If you hare used itch Hazel Salve without belaf1 re eved it la probable that yoU co- tho140104K he mMJr werikkM CQ41Btt rft5fMfct are told on th Wsi- 5itku Of eltunetD Wilts IckBl lYe So4 by ill drug ftifi g t upCIMl 1 it 1iJ M i 1 Ir JJf i f = R 4 J l 17 1 J a l t v f f j i J f l i TO PRUd iCWNift I t il e SetYJc W1k if cHii Meet At Necess t 1t1 t T R1lDhibieisfat t I n giea5 many instu arid localities and thejn ftM ratscramble to be m the swim hii dreds of roin have beta SMIbt fished for which exptri 6ft soon proved thert WM no cbMil need These routea were WMwlly j secured through the efforts 6 some live citizens who hive a considerable danmUbat it was soon demonstrated that all the i tners along the rottte w re tindifferentto ths aeryice aid the weekley Kail otmost of them 3onsUt d ofthe countj paptiff 1 and one or two itttfii Ttw t ost of seerving such a roMe r ti Jtihe same at if cck Jamil rMI T veda dozen lotttiir lUulj 9a itss the amount of mail earm4 shows a notabla jhcrMMe bisroutes will be difcccmtimd 1tii15000000 deficit hibcCMIIII government to the coocliMiwt tbattherei is Htte a iartipendrng thepeoplayo bon who do riot appreciate it The farmers who wbt offered the chance to get a daily market report ilto ayail uMMlf jf ittio not deserve the oopor j 9c- vtunnlty t CJ It was inevtWe that nwei re i suits would bd enooflritered a di that money would be waiie i rtgetting Such igantJe jajatem i ilperfect working order ud Hin dqiunda to tbs credit of tbe i Postnasker Geeral IMliM young but cQesn e 4 t ent of R F DtW R SpiI1a that this waste has bse so quickly discovered raWJu eifso promptly cheeked JPostmater General Gorttjott in his report oa livteeafotiejef f stricter adeereoce to toe IsireguJrtkras of rural Mall MMeeel Most haaportaat to rural r patronsis hit iutentioor aoc its con in1le withoot de1aysays where iti kfotiriifon inifeeUoB if thatbeiusehefoidsippsciation diture involved jg mawnirrMiUid n and the anuoaesssM ttM J whir patronage k issto warnt a duly cklirerjr dUil if ltutlon will beiiads of an eret7 otherday aervkie This Means f h at pa4 rooc e l t t many R P D roitei as4 Jet a extrenielybusyinUieassrfar or llose the serr oe No every roti is appreciativeI aAd too t mavj patrooo look e ei iHe 0 service ae soeMtiung to ihislivitt they have the samejeiwrol riglil t its tHy haye toreoeivt seail at a j poet office ExciMMMje it i At C Ki bdllb ipr I J Wbi Wj4ottu White f isoMkRck 8i ok Jt ijJL for Mid riit 15 epst = =l im- ma fiiicurss tbs M vv its t mk Bscb Mi 8lys 5 aeienUii n ciii l X RrwJWrFor tbs strd Thdtpry J WAfMsbcNro Pjb of aiMliM sjss of PDm U imls the worst Burn IMNi Bolts Ul cen Cuts Wounds CbitbUioa and Salt Rheum Only 15eI 1 Q Haydons Drug St re IttE NEWSLEADER rj7aLiD TMT TRUA- YAAtNADVAMCE J i t P IKCFIELD KY f 1 i L JL DAiYI SOli i Jr 4 = til r4e4wi 8 e p f1itKqVP tNj ciiwM u political aatter ftt6M f Mb kli4i it Jew rabi batcasl if t iJ t iiHJrc jsri r eeia raetlete 8 UM itir tOlhaii Jd ftsolntlcM of respect ji = f2 I nrt It 1ftf THURSDAY M ARCH 1 1906 r HQft John p Carroll has Ian o ifodjt juicy plum by being ap Jjpmted Commissioner of the Court of Appeals The office isi one newly createdand is a good jne jFifteen hundred delegates are 1im Louisville this weekto attend ite National Educational Asso eiation it Ta1kSprjni Htjcdtvics Iva Carey Edd JeoVlna E Brown and M- rLha White ire on the sicK ifct V MIM Clackie Gordon of gcruftville is the guest of Miss Anoi Lee White this week a Lightning struck ihe barn bekwigingto Mr William Gor san Saturday night netting it e LVrSvrpingpartJpfc nothing of any value was btuea lenry Vandlyler andMr wife ofHarrodsburg visited relatives rt this place last week They returned home Sunday pC3mp nietjhylhHr little sister Miss MandiieRoralty Metors John and Shep Roy alt attendad the funeral or rcousinfJomes Hedger at Cormishville last Sunday Kra Lawaon who has her 13bet Ivan Fosters is almost aTifee point of death at this Writing urL Elisha White Senior and Abraham Phillips had a yery narrowescape from death IwitMofidoy They were near Ifakefield station when the horse ran sway thrrpwn them oat of the buggy bruising themf p coflfklerably They found ihe tbe horsa the next day at Bloom leld Mr IvaalCeeling and sister Miss Nannie entertained anum bar of visitors Friday last t Mr Edd Yocume wife and little daughter Martha were the quests of their parents Mr and Mrs Mitt Wells at this place Saturday and Sunday Sam Montgomery and wife of Hillkboro were tbe guests of fohn Kgyaltv and family Sun day Mr Cleo Denis and sister KiN Ota of Pleasant Grove were the pleasant guests of Roseoand May Coulter Satur day and Sunday Miss Essie Raines of Pulliam was the guest of Miss Verna WilisSundaySALESSiIa Burkhead sold two COws to Mr H H Graham for7P and also a bunch of cat tie at Sic Joe BurUhead sold a mare toBill Colvin for S5 Jno Royalty bought 5 hogs f om lira Brothers at 120 re sold two of them to Rosco Brown for 10 Shep Royalty sold a lot of corn to Luther Terrell et 2 per bbl I t Levi Satterly sold a calf to H H Grabamfor 20 Sias Burk head bought cow from Dudley Terrell at 40 limn Co the wife of Winnie Kay ttgirU- Mr Oscar Shirley and mother were at Willh b trg Sunday I Misai Bester Noel of Broofo Tille is visiting her sister Mrs DeluCirv ths xetk 1 her will e J rvices at this place every fviirth Siturday Vthornifir arid Snnda7 nght aLd every thld SunJty evening at 8 oclock Hyacintli 1 f1tnnbat Y3S a PP111 Dont foniookpaant If you aresf fingfrpxn indigestion or sour Hoaiacbj take Kodol Dyspepsia Curt ROL Jake Moore of Atlanta Ga Vaysif suffered more tbn 20 I t years yith Indlgestioa A friend 3 rec niniended Kodol It relieved raf 1itI oneday aodsX up v enjoy better zEkeaitk tap lot pant ytajr Kodol It tJM 1tt Ji trliere8scmJ- I kiQ4Jt1 19RhWIJ ti f 8du tm r a MtL lsyolJef eeln t lMtft a dtteibj1r Itt Mver ic41it tta1e 1Iy rugjjist z fwlcltar Mcilniire RAWheitler sod to Tom 1f4JMV 1f ridf1iij rMiJuIkLtO Ematnel Smith w Hfceitky bought of Wai t M f dtsIS01lifT Ourrico fur old to Pick Dur Bdgt llro Thcit Dur IIt2GOIII Creeksoldto TW Miller of New Hope one jack 350 McCullen Bros sold to Rich IMonroeI Mrl3ibbtDan a horseWeJIinlittopso1d ind to Jeffie JD nelIor1051 Albertl Medeley ofr Lousv lle is visiting his father Mr Johnie fedeyVMiss Lucy Blandford and nrbtbersjeDtertained several ofr iyieir maoy friends last Sunday t6 dinner Several from here attendedI the Montgomery fODaniel wed iing at St Charles the 27th Misses Mary ijnd 14 ossie Piftlds Lucy Blandford Men J1ssie Hill Essie arid Gertrude Smith and Mr Willie E Vize visijed the home of Mrs TAr s VBIport a most delightful time e Jessie iwsxfr MISTS Women are more often d with Sidney diirders than men but attribvta the rymptoras to diseases peculiar to their sex while in reality jtbe kldkeys are deranged Nervous ness headache puffey or dak circles under the eyes pain in the back are signs of kidney trouble that must not be ignored or a seoious malady wil result Foleys Kidney Cure has re stored the health of ihousends of weak deavous baoken down women It stops irregularities and strengjtTens the urinary organs It purifies thv blood ond benefits the whole system Sold by Smo c Haydon Mt Zion EchoesV After several weoks yacationi our school has opened again and we are very glad indeed Miss Nora Btinta begun teaching Monday morning with a very good attendance Our schoolis being supported upon a differentJ plan than heretofore instead ofr each patron signing a certain number of pupils the community at large has subscribed thej amount required by the teacher and all the children of the dis- trIct are allowed to attend In this way the classes are kept in 4 uniform condiion thereby encouraging pupils to regu ar attendance in order to advance sith their gradeV Among the sick Of our com HaysMrsWilliams erysipelas in the hand Mr Everett Parrish stomach trouble but who is now conya lescent and Miss Lydia Williams who Is recovering from lagrippe The infant child of Mr Wm Eddleman died Sunday and the cemeteryhereMrs Ella Taylor and son were in yonr town last Thursday on business MrSA Bane visited his Chaplinvisitinghersister in LoiiisvilleVWH Russell and wife visited relatives at Vanarsdall and HarrodsburgV ylittlespentSupdayBayne ChaplinForkRussell home spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Blanche BontaVMrs H Hays of Bloomfield attended church here Sunday and visited at the home of Mr JB HysVDr R H Williams and wife visited their parents Mr and J R Wiliams Mr liner Neale and sister Miss Claudia attended the party of Miss Fanny Dawson near BluomSeld last Friday nightV THE TATTLERS OeatHaieitt HewM aaM Cliicairo During Novembea and December 1903 one fifth of the deaths in NeW York and Chicago were from pneu monta Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but Heals and strengthens the lungs and prevents pneumonia s do not take chances on a cold wearing away when Foleys Honey and Tar will cur you quickly ard prevent serious results Sold by mjck Haydon U r Maokville We are glad to welcome the Sew8Lead r once more Wedo not knowAbow much we apnre ciateituntil we miss a week o two e areglad to report our sick IWbetter but Mrs Kham who been at the point of death for a weekVMrs Merritt nee Sacray and two children came down to see their autft Saturday from Dan ville and returned Monday morn ingOn February 28th there came to visit the home of Mr and MrsWm I achman alittla boy Emrneb FratisVtpbere ispreachingeverynigbt- tbis week atthe Christian church by Ref Eaton of Illinois Mr Milton Sweeney abd wife camo down last Friday to see her mother who has been quite sickMrsJLeacbman and son carp e to visit her daughter last Thurs day Mrs Oscar Sweeney Robert Bottoms and wIfe hay rented rooms from Mrs Shew maker and will begin housed keeping WednesdayV Quite a large crowd attended Will flatchetts sale last Friday Stock and feed solil well J W Bush and wife were up Friday 10 see their aunt Mr Bush who has been sick quite awhileThe Ladies Aid society realized about 26 from their oyster supper last Thursday night Miss May Birch came horn e Saturday from Beaumont College and returned MonvayV Born to Mr and Mrs Sam Campbell on the 26th a fine boy Charlie Tewmey has sold his farm to Mrs Rainey of Perryille Price not given There wasa temperance lee tnre at the Christian church Monday night by Rev Smith Madame Rumor says we are to have a wed inr in town this week You will know who hy the time this gets outVrDr Barnett sold a nice buggy horse to Mr Hatchett Saturday Mrs Harry Shewmaker and family will move to herold born in the country this week John Haydon gave a parly to the young peOplEsOn last FridayI night Cured Reiiiori1jaes of tthe Lnnit Several years since my lungs were so bably affected that I had many hemorrhages writes A MAke o Wood Ind I took treatment J several physiuiahs without any bene fit I then started to take Foley 8 Honey and Tar and my lungs are novas sound asa bullet I recom mend it in apvancee stages of lung trouble Foleys Honey and Tar stops toe cough and heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold rRefuse substitutes Sold by Smock and Hayd- onFIJIASANT GROVE Mr Will Shoece visited Miss Rena Yankey last Saturday and Sunday Miss Zula Lair basreturned to her home near Mackville after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Walter ThompsonV Master Stanley Thompson is visiting his grandmother Mrs N P Thompson Miss Lavedia OConnor visited Miss Mamie Donnelly last week Mrs Belle Kays spent last week with J S Yankey and familyMrs L M Gregory and daughter Della Rny vi ited Mrs Frank Martin last Thursday- T J Trent has moyed his goods to Polin Miss Elizabeth May Gregory and Byon Parks visited in Perry ville and Harrodsburg several days last weekVMr and Mrs W A Thompson and ison Ramon are in the city this week buying their spring goodsVMrs E I Calvin is visiting her parents near Willisburg Miss Rena Yankey has re turned frqm a visit to Mactyille Dr R H William and wife are visiting Mrs J R Williams at Maple HiLtYV Thompsonandat Grundy Orphanage last Fri dayMissNettie Bak r visited Mrs s B Thompson Jr last wek OOSS I PUBLIC SALE OF tLDUSRsiIi1d MULEn 15S ll MULES 1 UJtsloB 1 at Wharton laplsLiverv Stable Springfield T All persbns baviD lIpr e aDd ttlule to enter in this rs S leMil iJUd Ni InIMesq jnLBrs fli kidieI1i see Wharton lapporS M Campbel AucItkneor an 1 VVCOOD for OLD and YOUNG August Flower keeps the children healthy and vui7r and fmuc the whole day longISo when Mamma need more they In And olCthe drnsglsts Please give it to mel Inability to get up brik and fresh in the morning lack of appetite palltfr muddy complexion dnd poor spirits these all indicate a disordered stomach and bad digestionin adults and children too They also indicate the urgent need regtjlarly qrtTsa reliable old remedy for all stomach digestiontedyspepsia constipation is a natural tonic for body and mindii ITwo sizes 250 and 750 All Druggists I CarTWliAI1f Crock Well 1i guess you all will be surprised to hoar from this noisy little place but we are not dead yet so I thought I would write a few lines to the good old News LeaderVVV Mrs J R Smith and Mrs J B CarrICO were visiting at Mary E Carricoes MondayV Rue Carfico bought of T E Ballard one mae at 145 J B Carrico also bought of the same party one milk cow at 2f Mr and Mrs J B Carrico were yisiting at L RichSmiths SundayVWill Smith gave the young people a Jarce last Thursday evening All report a jolly good old timeVArthur Carrico of Shelby county was vis5 ting his parents Monday sand Tuesday Miss Annie Spalding is spend ping this week at Clear Creek Marion county with her brother Sam John Hamilton soIl to Smith Carrico five hogs at 20 The farjuers of this place are very busy plowing up their corn ground Some few have finished plowing Mr Joe Smiih df Raywickv MondaybMrs A Winfip d of Owens boro is spe ding a few weeks with her brother and sister of this placeVAlbert Medley wont to Shelby county last Wed nesbiiy to accept- a position Wewish him good luckV 7Ift OriaIV Foley ICo Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat anfl lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offeree as no other preparation win give the same satisfaction It mildly laxative It contains no opiates End is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cros Drug Store I Forest View We were lad to sec tho Iews Leader makeits appearance llast shiningfaceows never grow dim We had but few visitors f odi a distance in our midst since bur last writing Miss Dollie Horn of Joplin Mo is yet among us atd Arthur Carrico of defferacn county was around Jast wer looking forflarm hands Ho lid IJust as well go ornid uccan for the like as to come to this c m munityVSid Williamson whose wife had been dead about two weeks eloptd with her young sister in the stillhours of night to Jefer sonvile nnd uuited som way in tthe bans of matrimony rind after leaving his three children in some charitabe insttution sped onward in the dir CtioD of tht Lone Star State where we hope prosperity will attend them V C Smith gave an old tittfe dance one night last week vhich was ei joyed byal1 Floyd Mudd is very low with consumption and not expecteti to survive many lays Mr Mudd died yesterday morning Ed Rua Uarrico sold bis tobacco to Mr B lJard for 7io all armnd and bought of luW a uice mare forSUOJ Smith sold to L nardJ Baker his jack Price not kiown He sold to Thomas Simms tiveI hogs for 27V41SOdV t TIfOrmL- SIsns Io r mu e colts fOI6250 hQijQtrrl fu IS 1 t Utl1 rt la tomv aflor8 r one of Svlveiter Smith for l3Vtote Bg t SaUaro r t he beE t8af8cMatSBf1rnt lieid- qhe coqsiptiou aid liver trouble JJe w1tttMrlVC1thl q lttUCifijW nllh 1 InrM ttjn18tYrtfda1V hJraICfl itUClbfg OIaYmIR gSJ 1tJMadlll ntlh l l lj Ouwtrls neeY cnni Th e J lVi F bv j 01101 11- KOIJRtIrJt mwoDia- e3ta what you eat iiV iIV II HORSEMEN A c ATTENTIONI ki 3 Y Season of 1906 FaIr Ground Stables1Vttrr i r lVVMyfineStallion SUNSHINE will mak the present season attheabov Rl cean f f I invite all stockmen to call and see him be ore engaging your mares i JJTERMS REASONABLE + r I J 1H c 4ft 2 1 f BUILDING A CAREER Tie Only Sore Way by Which OBI VMay Become Somebody While It Is true that distinction Is somctlmestlJJustupon ones the surest way to attnlu either tame or fortune is to vjrk for It There are men who have fquiid easier routes bn as they are exceptions to the nile their ex periences are not safe guIdes for the average man to follow To be ou the VflfC side he should make up his mind that he will be compelled to work for everything be Is to have Moreover he must be inspired with the determina tion to work for It properly To accomplish this feat two or three things are necessary Of these the most important point is that he mustV be willing to begin at the bottom To do anything well It Is necessary that one should kncny how to do It In thl3I respect at least the learning of a tradeV Is like mastering the art of house build- Ing ro vonstruet a house properly one cannot lhcglul1t the roof or even at the second or third story The firstV point that must be considered Id theI laying of the foundation and upon the nature of this foundation depends theI character of the structure that Is placed upon it vTo or a bunt nws therefore the pupil must put himself In a thoroughly receptive condi tl3tIVile must be ignorant Just asoIchild is Ignorant for he has yet to mas ter the A B Cs of his profession In other words before he van hope to bo somebody he must be willing to be anI absolute nobody a seeker after Infor mation at the bottom of the JntlderJAfterward his ascent of the ladder depends largely upon his own efforts If he Is quick at the labor of mastering details the period of his nonentity will uc correspondingly brief for it Is In if mans capacity toabsorb such details that his right to progress asserts Itecilf The success of a structure Is largely due to the attention which Is given to seeputtimportanJust asjargoly depends upon his ap uponhiiclipndeiitVAs one climbs of course the horizon widens to view and opportunities present themselves that are undreamed of so bug as one remains on the lower rungsVf the ladder To comprehend thiIr possibilities however one must to capable appreciating such a per ficcttc In this respect experience la geniusGeniusa possibility but experience Is neces sary to itlwt condition of ppVfect ap preciation without Which any great nchiemwhtIs Impossible To thcr pets feet completion of any great attain mdiiti tucraforc tc nlords ifOne pad fwd HVJhUiletionthldi ODC fcanfi nti The tJrttdllt1uCt1belluUlll1Qrosjastone dm1 itintJl4iWlaHlvJbfliramcalcomparlitlt ollWJIoftnet liaddT thcdIitricate din m 3lbotwdntbtmnDIJamcIsCd jt tVlilttiafueicjHmot comtlreUntdlanitildho initrtithtflbbdttvronthotxtheiJiIghdrt12nngltIifouttinzot titlceifttondatluui jntUtolatoaafilJnf Jc4irartbjyc ThnraugoyIeethof bcliatlfi tuotte i bfitb4 HtfuutnrepttiittW 1tct pUgbfJimdit1Qr4VIaTC thot luwatObatbiytcycaf the sotsttartlsUctdf EruhitflDIihIttstetatlihb fltet3r tJuIMnJ1h u wa tl iru- I tt 0 tR I 1y l r ltr v I1w111 also at the same time and place sfe d heJJ boated t JackVV 1 AilVVV ty Jff BILL GOEBEL v f P f I 1 known asflhe J E Smith Jack There are few better mule V 1 jacks inrthe country than this one 16 vfJ L DIBAKERSPR1NGFIELDKY 1 J J it TV P WELLS PWELLS i- k it1 r f L 1WELLSJ BROS + P This new fiim has succeeded the wellknown firm of Y 1- 0 McClure Wells and will continue in the same lineotJll j ibusiness Just npr we call attention of the iarinei tQ our T I4 V 1r ri I FieldI Seeds J t ed Ifj The seeding season is now on and we have a selfecft lot of i j t t Clover and other Grass Seeds and Northern Seed Oats i i drI t BUGGIES i 11 WE IiIl 1iae the inosfctompMiel line of Buggie and other vehiclesevev hiindldl i ert and jinv teI Jf an inspection of our line as soou as they are opened iJir iT o iWelead in Implements of all kinds c J j GASOLINE NELL BROSF8jmingE Q fii PRINGFIELD IKYI I tl KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery PrIceFORI 100 ISOLDS Freo Trial Surest and Quickest GOTO for all THBtfAT and LUNG TKOUB LE9r 9 QA kV VLTVV + I H ill VIIUU ciiibiig t1e Is natzIg unless it h13 owulacJ Jot IrVliitryI tiltit IIeirbittgi1tu- ibsItIefltt1IeD or 1i tJ nt iu trtiP 1i1Ull ClttlIl ltt ntuhini1ttffabaIulDoda1tIttthe- NntIUu1tne le tVi it HJ Vm Io1t4raI1trr HnJ in r iICASTORIA cte4ojwej tT e1gnatwe of I Louisville isBoomina THESE tDOYOUKKOW ABOUT VILLE ssaooo JPACTS LOUIS J ndivis of only e mires IOdstheW0RLDVin the manufacturing ofJjfans tans wacvac sewer pipe wooden boxes andht producinc J and handling whisky sol leather casentVtobacco ax handles and plumbert supplies fLoulsvlllo is the homo of thtlargwt orgsnVVVVVfactory in the world the larzut soap factocy rin the South and one ef the largest plow faaVtories In th world and t1as 8 lctric Inter mFUL1S200000000system in the United States and many mar nIflcetpub1cbIIdIngsandcuirthesandfsV1 tda TUOROUQUVI 1 0d4 OlAat iSdiWVVyARLS jjucoiLE6EV t 1i i I- FUMBEDLIiII Company rr I mwJflHIiiiJlAW CO 45 i8d6GIan8G lllMP dII 111I MtlfttQcalll1 n aIlmSO htW1I1KlMH pee l =4ppI IeMI ldffJl11Ja tc aBtlWIqe eMVifeM IMt your patronage Rates reason tlAME EdM1btriEt1qulpmenttlAll ijtos ur1ts WCB Jgldeaer sc7 o1Lt O1 lip Tsste WEJ3BtPresidentVIVtV 0111 BURTON lMtitCHCNT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WhHOUT PAIN OfWC K Wock ap sialn w iPRINGF1ELD KY AU Dental Work Strictly Firstclass DrJHJAMrroN DBJCMUD- II LAMPTONMUDD Mfikiiis lid Surgeons oc over Haydon Drugstore +WPFJGR1GBY I AiTORNEY AT LAW Qiles over eoplos Bank I 8PBINOFJELD KY JTBKoBBDS M w- RBARDS FYATT r I HYATT lijiu ipdd Surgeons Hk OT er MoEftoy Shulfz DRJ H HOPPER V PBISICIAH and SDRGEOHS PHONE Office Over MCet7 C Hagans Grocery sIJqpc71I t JAMES GRAVES V PRACTICAL Iatciiiker inaJcielcr C rri i Ii line of Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing a Specialty Located on Main Street oppoftite Presbyterian church J18prige1d Ky Df IF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DIENTISTOflice over Haydon Barber rental workatr Lsoriableprices 11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD ttY JOHNVMAYES UIE6Ai UIKICtOR AIEJICEISMBJiLMER TELEPHONE DAYUWNIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY Ralroid Schedule Following is the time schedule mow in effect on the Eard town and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville a 410 pm Bardstown Junction 602 pm Bardstownj 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 p m No 42Leaves Springfield at 3Oani Bardstown 617 a m r Birds own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisyille 755 am NNo 43 rjcaves Louisville at 730am Bardstown Janction IB30 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm fH 44Leaves Springfield a 120 pm B8Id town 230 pm Bards own Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm oOO Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 7j5 a m Bards town 8 am Bar1s own Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Loiisvilie at 6 pm Bardstowja 4JunctlOD1 650 pm Bards towp 1 7i3p mji arrives at Springfield 823 pm 1c S l UI S MAIL PROM SprinieId toiIIishurgrg j i Leaves Springfield at 6 am arrives at Willisburg at 0 nIp leaves Wfllisbtirg 3pm arrives SbringlffiBldL 6 pm Passenger rate one way 50c Baggage extra Reasonable rates Freight Hauling tjjtichard Riley r 1nou Carriat J BndJ Ga11r Slop IODAllp balsterfBg coCrd1n Cradles k bttittfoffrwtt work and up 1 hoseniIecMMMr tcI1i new Jand- ThLlMIaE Urqioandrft gfio4 bi4thdIg 1Itansandi- jijmWAahep ij h1ldlsprmg kr f cash c k j in w t W H1tlQlIrD the neL rk fi i TOWN w r W iV Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest fiIIA Jout oureirJ Friends 1 Acquaintances IIc y Luther Barns sold a mule to JI M Elder for 1185 jand a cow to Sam Bottoms fort 30 25 16 will pay you tb see me if i jou have to do Try and see IJ L AUnDepot FOR SALELOCUSt post Any size and length 0WJStalliiigs lfrG W Femvickbf this county sold last we 1 to Nelson county parties a fine jack for 450 l 41have for sale i iiregisteredi Polled AcgoF bullcalf Can be seen at my farm ittt Simms YfH Smith Ajax enameled wjare double coate3x nTy 256 296 35c the cheapest and best ever4sold here For llatJ A Shders FOR SALEA fouryeal ld jack 15 hands high black with white points t G W FltJNWIQKf I R FD NO WAiTbTo bujr enough sawed lumber to build a stock barn Either oak or poplar Luther A Burns The ladies of the Methodist church will give a sock social in the McElroy flat Tuesday after noon and March 6th from 4 to dycorJiallyJinvited The Church Across the Way is a fine play and a good moral sermon It is tbeIbenefit of Mrs Barrett wlio is ill here with typhoid aver and a generous attendance will be ap tprt t 1 Jailer George Catletb has sold two of his blood hounds to H B Perscha1 of Henriing Tenn for 50 Mr Perschal is city marshal at that place ana will use the dogs in tracking escaped criminalsJ The second quarterly meeting f9r1e SpringfieJdJ Charge jvill be held at the Methodist church Saturday and Sunday March 3 and 4 Rev S G Sheely P E will be present arid do the preaching Mr Schuyjer BowieS and Miss Ida Thompson two fell known young peopleS of Mackyille were married at that plac4 yesterday The groom is a prosperous young farmer while the bride is the attractive daughter of Mrs Ida Thompson The wedding took place at the home of the bride Jdwas witnessed by quit Jnumbet of the friends of the young couple The News Leaber extends congratulations f IlS M Campbell auctioneer re ports Monday county court day as follows A very large crowd in town and lots of horses and mules on the market only about four much cows and some few hogs He made the following sales One cow and calf 351 cow and calf 21 60 1 stripper cow28 8shoats 510 each one old dry cow 1650 one 4 year old combined horse 121 six 2 year old mules 10050 per head one 3year old filly 105 one 3 yearold filly 98 oneS pair aged mules 140 Lots of plugs rang ing in price from S2po 65 one suit second hand furniture S1325 The Church Across The Way at the Opera House Friday eve ning under the direction of Mr Barrett has every indication of being a succes judging from the number of tickets already sold The play is said to be a very good oneI The principal part his been intrusted to the care of Miss Lydia McElroy one of our most talented and attractive young ladies and it can be assured that she will make the part interesting Miss Katherine Russell has the part of the village gossip and she will amuse you st liejreveror Pl peamneeMrpas1qreep1tai q 1JJ n JrabthViIlgQpulijtto AIm iIZPfl1efll jliebJiik- mfiWVU1 3QJl1iSro 11 ntliembic1 jQfnJte tdI2911aiMtkF18PM RPJfhiiEifF r cllgJ- Ifint o aqtj1aVUrlfl3fll ipjarqiQiyfrt1141w3 hW tgjiii i lJror lwrJ cdkltl OT rtvrL arcnot 1101 to a iistin any t OLfLy unDr eTw Treatment J TOPICS i i OOM Circuit Court j TheregularFebruaryterrp of openIed here or Monday Judge Thur man presiding The dockets this term are light there being no case of great importance to be tried Court was organized andthe jury instructed on Mon day The following composed the petitt jury R M Osr bburdeJas EL Mclivoy Elias Perkins C C Barnett Irvine Adams L C Cornish W T AIMedleyney J RlDurham Luther Kirsh Bruce Keen Dudley Tapp W W Riley W A Clements Tom Kidwellj H T Yankey Reed Spalding E B Clarkson JM Sale EdgarLinton Elmer Burkhead The grand lury is made up as follows Charles Pope N R Ward J B Mitchell W H Mulligan Wayne Burns R L Campbell R L Arnold E A Smothers R M Osbourne P S Barber J M Begiey Elocutionary Contest The elocutionary contest in which six young ladies of the Springfield Graded School participated took place at the Opera House on last Friday evening attracting a crowded house and those present were well pleased with the enertain ment The young ladies who took part were Misses Frauds Martin Isabel Medley Mabel ryHaydonAllj of the contestants acquitted themselves withmuch credit and the judges apparently had a hard time to decide to whom belonged the honor of being the most proficient The judges united on Miss Francis Martin however as having won the honor and the medal was accordingly bestowed Death of Mrs Isham MrsParmaleelsbamwidow of Mr James Isham and an old and highly respected lady of the W acljvillev neighborhood diecTbri last Sunday at the home of her son in law Mr John B Peters The deceased had been a sufferer for months from a cancer and her death bad been expected for seme time She was a woman of most exceilent Christian char acter and was greatly respected in the community She is survived by three sonsMessrs James Richard and Henry Isham besides a number of grand chil dren Mrs Isham was about 65 years of age and had oeen in failing health for one months The funeral took place yesterday morning at the Mackville Cbris tian church LETTER LIST List of letters remaining un called for in the Springfield Ky PO weak ending Fet 28 06 John Bobbitt Dick Hatchet Mrs A E Nally Miss Elma Miller John Simpson Mrs Ben Twig Miss Margaret Spillman Nilaid Spalding Tom Sweeney Miss Etta Woosly Mrs Henry Swain Frank G Yank y 2 Persons lung tor tnese letters will please say advertised and give date oflist WA Waters PM For Salts At M B Hardins my 200 egg Alright Incubator good as new Price 10 For further particulars address Mrs J A H rdjn 1818 24th street Louisville Ky For Sale White Plymouth Rock Cocker els Fishel strain 100 each Full grown vigorous birds t Mrs EL DAVJSON if Reduced 1 i iILI I UltV v It will pay you to Phoneme at the depotif yOu have bMlt PioydiIt Hi reme at the depot if you haulrjiJofrttbhavesee is nofjftr tR fjfrC from 2 business rnot ready tp retira from bunesJ L Allen PHONL Allen 7 U iwL THE NEASLEADEFR J PERIiiIONAL Mr livine Vimstt ik athome For a short visit x Mrs T A Hirdesy is visiting in Lebanon f Mr R H McClure was in Lebanon Tuesday J Mr J Lius Hughesstof Bloom field was here Monday Bards1fMr W G Rogers of Lebanon was in town Monday Mr Irvine McElroy of Leb anon was in ttown Monday Mr Ed Duncan is in Louis vile visiting relatives Luther A Burns went to Lou isville Tuesday on business Dr W W Hyatt of Willis burg was here yesterday Miss Myrtle Campbell is visit ing friends in Indianapolis Mr H B Waters is spending this week in Shelby county Mr Ray Wakefield of Nelson county was in town Monday Miss Sadie Mayes visited friends in Bardstown Saturday Commonwealth Attorney R L Durham is attending court here this week J Mrs Geo Medley is visiting herhusband and son in OWCLS obro Miss Nellie Reed spent a ftw days with Mrs Margaret Peters this week Mrs Walter Reid l was called to Louisville by thff illness of her mother Jack McOhord of Centre College spent the latter part of last week at bome Mrs W ZD McElroy entertained at eighthand Euchre Mon day afternoon Miss Bellbaum of Louisville- is visiting her brother Mr Bellbaum Mrs T D Wells attended the Fulton attBardstown Saturday Mr WJ Schoene was a visitor at the home of Mr J SI Yankey this week Hon W D Claybrooke asI in from Frankfort to spend County Court day among friends Mrs John W Lewis was the gnest of her daughter Mrs Fred Manget In Louisvillethis week I Mrs Kate Williams has gone to Cincinnati and Louisville to buy her opening stock Qf millinery John S Clajbrooke left this week to take a position with the Falls City Clothing Co at Lou- isvillei Misses Carrie Johnson and Sue Ray of Lebanon are guests of Mrs H R Thompson this week Mistes Ella Shaunty and Rifle Kimberlin attended the National Educational Association at Lou isyillo this week Mrs W A Uolvin and Mrs Ciiruthersjof Bardstown visited Prof Colvin and Mrs Dudley Tapp last week Miss Lizzie Leachman return ed home from Louisville Wed nesday where shp had been visiting Mrs Will Sweeney Mrs Phil McChord1 entertain ed Wednesday afternoon at eight hand flinch in honor of Miss CairiesTohnion of Lebanon K Dr and Mrs Robert Williams were guests ofMrs Hugh Noe the first of the weejr Dr Williams returned to Owensboro today Miss Myrtle Price has recovered sufficiently from typhoid fever to dispense with the ser vices of the nurse who returned to Louisville Wednesday Mrs Tbeo Campbell was hos tes to six friends at Euchre Tuesday afternoon Mrs W E Leachman won the prize a silver pin tray Mrs W E Leachman enter tained with eight band Euchre Friday afternoon Mrs G C Wharton won the prize a decor ated china plate MIssNora B5nta has returned toP 1 Gple SiHai ter several weeks vi t itli he sisterMrsS H lu CsJli i liiIia r s i BipIaiVBpgs w rf1P1koJ1sgtJr rs sI QtTffihlfJ CiMs61li lJlEtchOO M t1fiziMW- w ccirniectediM iAeffrEtThe merwttgconncctealIfleCoMl fl t89Jbn I diuoitda few friends at Euchre RabbleL1tdffiffi the a f8a enisleStIflc re aavif rr r I Kokomo Wire FFence 11rt- Ji r The Best Farm Fence Made i In presenting the Pioneer Square Mesh Field and Hog Fence to the public we do so with the assurance that it is as pear mechanically perfectas it is possible to con struct a fence Great care has been taken to embody in theselenees all the essential qualities necessary to make efficIent under every condition in which fence is ued ffit the very highest grade of galvanized wire is used in construction all the Jine wires are made from high steel coiled or corrugated so that expansion and tcarbon ction fn hot or cold weather is amply provided for carry this feqce in several sizes suitable id differ 1purposes and will recommend it above all others for IIent bUi y strength and convenience in handling f 1It is the Cheapest 1 i Because it is the Best 11 Call and get priors 1 fffaydori Barber V Sole Agents I We also handle the American Steel Wirb Fence 44444 4444 44 44 c J c MTUMEY LEE RILEY Jr I New Livery Firm Tumey IeyIc Succss or a 0 Haydon a Thompson 4 w Equipment FirstClan Feeding and Boarding iin Every Respect Horses tt STiLiiI f J Your Patronage Respectfully So1icitedrit fJ c Stable Located Between the Depot ardlhWallon Hotel rcise in burnt Je tberjMr Charles J Jeffries of Lou isville was shaking hands with his old friends here Monday Mr Jeffries since moving with his family to the city has secured employment with the Louisville Nashville railroad in the machine shops Toe following young people composed a houae party this week with Miss Lpuhe Settes ashostess at her charming home near Maud MISSCS Emyn Craay Nelsonvill Wilma Rick ellsBettie Ben Spalding Louisville Will W kefield Bardstown Arthur Mudd and Will Houst n The guests arrived Saturday eveDing and were entertained at a dinner party which jplro duced a succession of festivities which continued until Wednes day when the guests returned home Card of Thanks The ladies of the Baptist church wish to express their thanks to their Iri Ddsof the town and county their true appreciation of their liberal con tributions to and generous patronage of the dinner which was given on lust Monday They take this to be a practical demonstration of the spirit of Christ- Ian unihthich exists among d s M Campbil Auctioneer E 1er IstlitOl1INOlkator All persons havog claims a airMImt ftftMsofJon e1erso- nClhic deceas d vilE present same P r f fY tiIcYtff tlirIli DfilHsqnIlWb P ttP1fP 12e db 1If iiete14Io P th gmfNa rg leH and same mjpgJntcteb1e Administrators Notice All persons having claims against tile estate of Frances Lowber deceased will present same to me at my office in Springfield properly proven on or before March 1st 1906 for settlement WFGrigsbyAdministrator Horses fought and Sold I am in the horse dealing busi ness and parties desiring good work horses or borses for any purpose will do well to call on me lam also in the market ti buy horses and will giye ful value j G F Carpenter Mothers everywhere praise One Min nteC ougb Cure for the sufTerinrs iit has rclicvecfand the lives of the little ones it has caved A certain curj for coughs croup and whooping cough Mrkes breathing easy cuts out phlegm arid draWa out the Inflatnt inutiou It should bs kept on hand for immediate use Sold by all drag gIts FOR THE CHILDREN Anlinalu Winter Honiea- In the autumn remarked a natural ist the birds and bcasw of the coun tryshle occupy themselves In prepar fog their supplies of winter cjothes uuit bedding Just as human beluga would do Aud by their winter clothes he continued I do not mean merely the- oa u tOvijKuits fur or eather but fl kinds of artificial rugs and blankets Irhlcji they manufacture themselves Take first the water rats which arc famous blanket makers They fill their lairs in autumn with sheets of the gray vegetable down that grows on various plants In the marshes and by the banks of fivers mid brooks Their btds are often composed of the t oft heads of reeds that have been dried antI ripened by the autumn suu with rushes aid vegetable down for bedS clothes 4 ftieu there are the fleldmlce which make their winter beds with layers orI dried grass and dead leaves They are also fund of a few stray feathers and moss but most of all they prize the white fluff of a kind of grass which makes for them a luxurious mattress Curiously juough they do iiot care for sheeps wool or the hair of any animal warm us it would be t Weasels on the otherhaud despise feathers and are partial to hay and also dried thistles a prickly sort of bed one would suppose They huutfor wool or hair and when they haveeol lected suliiclent weave it up with the hay into a very snug bed lieu the ChlueaeXBor Recited It There was a rich merchant who be came Interested in a bright little Chinese boy and told his father that he would take him into his employ when he could speak good English Not lidghi English warned the merchant ErigffslT lIs wlktBy the way pidgin1 ttrowiV tLSbnSlIfeSSEUJllithand i t rrif1ljurittHfioptttgluE le Cc fTet Ud6iNkJftitfu Id gspi ll Englltb Is i1at mrll 1li lU 11bC IDP ifllr rffi1 nm trBllnielh nPilflt lo rlFtnc8Rl iRJf JlWMeriiant did not believe it thllW f sffiIrit WnlPIlJK11t lWlfI- JtHit ft rffi1ne Rll sllm tcRr1 itfl9W t d1i PQtJlliI ellitUhltlypl re3n Iiltccl1rAor ltq Jq h8trnl1R llffdvfidi Ut riff if Igi itflhG me- IN lRJ1wnJq The little Cl1t- D1ib1ijilL jtzen thsmIQ smif proud to be 11i k4flothiW diladspldE- uttSlJ9 PtUn1fdithttslN1rt theaid = MIl c 4 rV n ifl qgli EiI t MAKES OLD TI LII Vater is a WODder1 ItwD1i4tm1ringJly inineceaeary It2 akta yarnisTi bitz st surface Voriginalever It itapplied iritk a piece of rlmocloth and io experience a ecey Jfo drying to wait for Hemove au aeatcbg stains dirt dullneag It can be applied to guy finiShwith il1e1 Hatural wood Mwen as any colorof pdat be betterforan PrJicWouoEIJct 1Vctkmi 9 Mer will improve crea tio most beautiful furniture Itirill tab thtacvII lock from the Piano ad other Mahogany and k higkly Bent i Uial to Golden Oa1cWnite EnamelGilt SilVer aad otbic JualMft II tkH UcMtlse11s at 50 cents a bottle and a bottle koo fkw V II renovate the ordinary home Try it and you will always bay it I I IAfew trial bottlva at lOc saohII 11 OLD BY LmeRed Cross Dfrug Store Q OQ 00QO QOnnnn 000000 8 i 0 iooooj YDSi Tobacco j fi lkCotton fi1 TI AT RIG ETVPRICES Ha ving bought before IBe adniwe vj we are enabled 10 quote very satisfactory figures JAft eY tOperIceotBuy Now rand SaY M pffyiiJil1 5 fV We are now receiving our spring stock of f Ladies Pine Shoes L The Ziegler make j fti i the line surpasses all former seasons and we woaldb q f gad to show ou the new st lesr 1i i C140 I t 4 p 1 Special Attractions r 9 t f in Swiss and Jaconet Embroideries and all kinds of Lacefif ir iL l X See out new wash goods before tbpy are picked over They are especially good New Dress Goods today We are anxious to show good Please ILrriiIJ11gg tg l ROBERTSON BR08itt i OGKXKHbOO o 6 H 6OOOO t f r I GcO1OooOO lrr r fT The first NationalIBank I SPRINGFIELD KYFst t UapitJil SOOUO Surplus and Undivided Profits 2SQ00JJI r r tFFICER8B A McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant OasMcr R E I B L Lttsey FosterVBookKeeper- rimECTORS J W Lewis Sidney Green For M ca p bell RH EdeUn H M Grundy John O PolIn r I Iriri We grant every favor cOnsistent with safe liankthg Your bus4 j respectfttily httftOOOO solicited i c41 I l f MARKS GREENn44 t d gr The old Reliable Manufacturers I I 10 e and Dealers in all khiilji of 4 I tcJCLUMBER LATHS SHINGLES 1 i t t SASH DOQI Si1 BLINDS f fIiT t11 J U Wo handle the celebrated t Lt i Mixed Cannel Coal 4Ii4 J It t t i We are sole agents diani p U ACME CEMENT PLASTERri fJThe Best on Earth Prices Right + 1 f 1 1c o Officanaarasto oau Streets SpIingfcd Kyr- Jc cJ1ft iittr J i rt 1Ji t 35 jqoy4vntldfluflTInt itTsrMbE4e1sInsnr IW8 f RBM4Jtafld gold j Qn1MiSsiI1SJ1 ttne aq orn JtL011l llG tta r 1 Josh kom hfa filtfiifs was Ito tho e M ISlrIUrIr oi1y wair I in ebanCiJ jt t to f t my Jfffe isstireU st J kaHd oa the se4bfthe Glnterf Ait 04I Ufc tmMC COMfkMDIJ and MWWMPM the ftHfog qostk hiehIj to a of er IN tap of ipWrof fcjractttldsj dIlink o4 fata wh- hgreyhs4oii lOtI bun M WM enr OwfledAre7nasjI art a- fisilIf Jitj ittt tow foug yen Date iwMvflolr Had joa a father ir lrrJf so wbich Are7o84II to lt3 IflOdo i haY more thai one at a = ITbat kfjour precise fit Jt4rr Ddyoerhaveany cesbwaf Ifi bow ffliwhV Du yn Me af aigbtmares Are yn married are iigfei orl arejva bachelor Have you evercpeiBiiUcd jtieUe If so kwmeh dW H affect yu After attiweriBg loot questions Ifkea Ma ia Me affirmative tei1fclr littl fat old fellow with g 4d spectacles CJftAid 1 was iBwared for life and prob ity woiWr iaaiB fc years T tOke him nmiIed and riJorsaL4 ot medicine r u Scieace 4 ydll1if lulCS Speaking of the toiture to which tome of the sayage tribes iai the Philippine subject their captive reminds me of the in Hefcse suffering I endure for three aoofithr frtra inflammation of the Kiduejs sayS W M Hbe Man of C shin Me Notb t EecItdeBittelatbree which completely cured e1 crILiver Complaint Dy pep Ma Bfood disorders and Malaria a i reftdres the weak and ner TaSV Joust health guaran teed by C J HAydon druggist Price 50c tWATERMARKS fON PAPER Tfce WIty aad SlicnifleaHc ef ke Ancleit Devlte Nearly all kinds of paper bear water Marks of some description and It is Interesting to learn something of the t origin of marking paper in tills some- whatt obscure and peculiar manner The earliest known watermark was a sphere surmounted by a cross which was Introduced over 700 years ago and lromtld8along series of paschal jambj Peters cocks St Catharine wliees jalyarles and fleursdelis rell glotfs symbols wjth embellishments have survived as watermarks In an snbrokcn chain Sip to the present 4ay JJauy papermaklng terms derive theIr orIgin from ancient watermarks 1flandffooIscL4 Pott and crown are traceable to this source but their ancestral meanings have dur ing the long Interval of years becnI gradually lost Thus the legendary St Grail or cup employed at thelast sup per and serving subsequently to gather Sthe blood from the wounds Inflicted ntI Calvary Is not recognized In these days In 4bQ forq of double or quad Pott but the French size raisin owes Its rderjvntiofl to a bunch of grapes evidently intended as an em Worn of the true vine J One of the commonest papermarks viIn the middle ages was a bulls head embellished with such additional sym bols as the cross and serpent The ox was emblematic of patience and- strength and in some writings it is accepted ap a symbol of Christ the true sacrifice and of prophets apos ties and saints slain for his sake and thirdly of all who patiently bear the yokeand labor in Silence for the good of others The bulls head watermark is found as early as 1310 and lasted until about wOO evoking gradually into a shleldllke scroll with horns at eltber corner This shield design Is Iq use by modern paperuiakers and still jetalnj traces of its buns head ances try Tie fletirdeHs a marie wrongly sup posed to have vbeen introducal Into E gnnd by the lrreuch jjj from the edict of Nantes ls5oiiprsaiearly as13GO 4ndi3 still used As an clcsllsticalsymbolthntofi- lie triAlty the fleurdelis Js still much in use At oue time watermark mottoes were very popular amlparUculariy so in the seventeenth and early part of the eighteenth centuries The clock water- niiri was iorrartled as the svmbol Oft W men as Welt as Men BAr Made Miserable by KidneyTroubietroible YJn dls Oiursges and lessens ambition beauty vigor candcheerfulness soon r disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseased Kfdney trouble has bcome so prevalent J that It Is not uncommon for a child to be born 1 J afflicted with weak kid = rieys If tJe child Uris- ates too often if the wte scalds the flesh or if when the child xMch s in fe when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with b wetting petdupon it the cause of 1M difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first f atpt should be towards the treatment of tbeee Imit rtant erpins This unpleasant trcuWe Udu to a disused condition of the kMpeys a a bladder awl not to a habit as meet peepk suppose 1Woin as well as men are made mis mUt wRh kWny and bladder trouble aixl both ne d tW sarn treat remedy JW mid and HM immediate effect o- fJr B Mt kMOJi realized It Is soW f MrIVI dollir You may 3avs a i pIs betdt s ma- Iis aIrl1e3Ilug J1 iit it teclodUnf wuf Cf1lb tin l testfmooiftl inters k eund lawritiHcDc Khmer jlQIt y M aM Every- 1w Minutes Physicitns tellTJS thttall thekioodin a health- IlUmflIOdy passes through the artonce in every two minutes Ifthis Action becomes irregular ihewh91eI body suffers Poor healthI follows war blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason w- hySCoTTS EMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly digested before it enters the stomach a double advan tage in this Less work for the stOmach quicker and more direct benefits Tto get the greatestamount o good with the least pos sjble effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change lrJhe better takes place even be fore you expectitWewilhiendyona I sample free Ec tare that thb picture in the form of a libel iiion the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy 1chemitU 409 Pearl St NY 50cati and otnaJPtl 1I approacning aay anti tne pelican wa termark the emblem of self sacrifice The pelican symbol may be seen carved in the stonework outside the eastern windows of St Pauls cathe dral It was supposed owing to a red spot at the top of the bill that the pel- Ican pierced its breast In order to feed Its young with its llfebloodLondon Spectator PamlBK Ifjr Frexyj Any one who knows hojw long It takes the average portrait jpainter to make ills preliminary studies fora por trait may well wonder how the fashionable woman of the social jworld ever finds time to spare for U4 long and tedious sittings The answer to this problem is easy once your know the rules of the game She doesnt find the time he artist has tojgeittover that by hiring a model towpos0 fcr his sitter for the details of the palning of the subjects frock and while lie accesso rries are being brushed In Unless the gown is nil unusual one tie model hires one of the same color and material as that In which the sitter is to be represented An nil pink satin for example is alike or looks alike when the artist finishes his ideas of it Of course if the costume ffe a special one the model has to don that for the time being Sometimes for standing figure an artist will dritpe a costume over a lay figure but lif he is at oil conscientious he does not like to do that for to him there Is sever the same feeling of life about the set of dna peries But however he gets around It there Is one thing certnin no socJetj woman undergoes the tiresome Eiraoi of posing for the whole work New York Pre- ssTRUE AS STEEL Just as I was t tiring to rest due ejpuiug there came to my registrY office door a gentle unobtrusive knock When my assistant answered the knock jauil ushered In a poor drnggledlook- IIbig creature therefore I Was not sur prlsooIBut I certalnlywas astonished when the broken down loqklng woman asked me to obtain a situation for her as general servant Have you any references 1 queried No maam I am sorry to say I have notSWhere do you dome from and what is your nameSI have Just come out of Jail My name is Grace Campion About five years ago slsaId Il took a situation as general servant in the household of the postmaster ofSThe family consisted of my employer his wife son and two daughters The postmaster was very fond ofr company and every evening at 0 oclock he went out fora brisk walk which generally ended at a Certain noted suburban hotel He always re turned In time to geLolf the heavy post and then went out again to the Golden Ball hotel adjacent for the remainder- of the evening When there was a crush In the postt office I waft called In t help and be- Ing trustworthy the money drawer were always open tome Stanley Gore my empl6yers son began to follow his fathers foototeps sail ly too soon His father kept him moder ntely well supplied with pocket money but still Stanley often uaejd to borrow a few pounds from me on one pretense or nnoth rjj j He generally paid again mibackwith great prO ha meant anything or not jbe was very handy with his compliments and from these we got tokisses Stanley one day spoke to me on the subject of marriage After some de lay I accepted him His father when he heard of file engagement while he received tic announcement coldly raised no barrier Just about this time a curious thing took place In thc post mre There was something wrjongivfitb the cash A jest letter containing jnmrked coins bad been sent by Ja depjtrtmeutai de tective and it had not arrived at Its destination Indeed It had never passed through oar office although the recep tion of IIt had been traced to the bands of Stanley Gore ur overheard tti detective declare that he had irNrck warrant and that Itllatoexec1ltfOtlto lila jepm asd IB fen time than Itjt to tn tn found wlivjncing proofs or ms gum Trw iu 7 Btroylng the telitaio letters 1 was rush Ing down Into the flcitchen with tbemt in my hands when who should t on his way to Stanleys room but the detective t The officer recognized the test letter at a glance and by a quick movement on ila part snatched it from me- Before I could recover from my surprise be had my arms pinioned In such a way that I was entirely in his power For Stanleys sake I went quietly with him When outside he called a cab and In a few minutes afterward I fund myself in a cell at the police office ext morning when the newspa pers whose reporters had picked up the Information at the police office gave full particulars ot the robbery and arrest public opinion was very much divided on the subject Some people believed I was guilty and others Inclined to a contrary opinion All doubts were however set at rest wlien I pleaded guilty to stealing the letter null Its contents The other charges were then dropped The Gores took no notice of me fully believing I was the base woman I bad pleaded guilty to being The day I was sentenced however Just as the warden in charge was asking me to step down from the dock I looked round und saw among the crowd In the court the agonized face of Stanley Gore Soon afterward Stanley disappear ed after giving formal notice of hU in tentlon and making all arrangements to go abroad He has not been heard of since His family will have nothing to do with me although I told his father privately the real history of the rob bery He simply said I was lying and that Stanley had left home through be- Ing disappointed in not obtaining the hand of a certain manufacturers daughter who had in fact married U near friend of his Now then after hearing my story will you try to obtain a Situation former Yes I will for somehow or Other the conviction forces Itself on me that are telling me the truth 1you day a retired farmer who want ed a housekeeper owing to the death of his wife agreed to take Grace at a small wage My common sense told me that a woman who could sacrifice so much on the altar of love must be a ood anthrustwothy sort of person I was There p Ia ir ftt surprise in store one day irtfijJaiSo t two years after Grace Had coiS busekeeper she in vited znqtoherznafflage with her employer The couple were very happy together and many a day have I spent In the country since at their Joint invi tation Some time afterward I hat a letter from Grace saying that She had receiv ed a communication from a solicitor Inl Canada who had obtained her name and address from the postmaster to say that Stanley Gore had willed the- sumot 25000 to her for her sole usoI dud that be bad made a full confession of his crime whichl was duly attested Dyeinr the Carpet Worn and faded brussels and velvet carpets may be made to look like new by redyeing After the carpet has been cleaned and aid wipe It off with vine gar water and allow to dry Prepare a good dye selecting the predominant color In tle carpet and apply with a wide paint brush All colors and shades will not absorb the dye alike so that a design will remain and all worn places will be covered Far a Troablesom Couch fonow1lugthe Juice of a lemon and a tablespoonful df sweet oil Take a teaspoonful when the cough Is troublesome Cheap DlalafectaBt A very reasonable but efficacious die infectant Is made by dissolving one pound of green copperas in one quart of water Pour down the drama The Pincushion If you are using bran to stuff a pin cushion it is a wise precaution to bake ItflrstSGbllug at Sea A friend of mine recently returned from a trip to the United States very full of the mischief done by jofcsslbn al gamblers and card sharpy on the At lantic liners and strongly of opinion that the snipping companies are responsible for the existence of this evil- It is prettcertain I believe that the blackleg business Is organized like any other Industry and that the gangs who frequent the Atlantic liners are regu lar employees of an Individual or rCT It Is nt any rate certain tot the mom bers of the gangs are kiiown to the ships officers and my friend tells me that the names of seven of them were pointedout to hIm on the passenger list of the liner on which he returned andl the Individuals Identified as they sat at table It Is Interesting to noted that among them was a woman and a youth of innocent appearance It is one of the worst features of the evil that many of the victims are youngsters going out to America or Canada with moat of their worldly wealth ill their pockets My friend learned that the gang on his ship got noo from certain passengers at one sitting and that on a recent voyage of the same ship they hud fleeced a young passenger to the tune of iOOO He therefore urges that as the companies know the they should absolutely IndlvhlualsI thtm and stand the racket ceedings for so doing London Truth IJailirellna Wile You Xeed Them Are you on to the new plan for fur nishing umbrellas when you need them most inquired the nina with a rain coat over his arm No Well theres- it regular company in New York with 1000 places In Manhattan and 500 In Brooklyn where you can step In when the rain begliis and get an umbrella for a dollar When the rain stops In stead of carrying your umbrella around With you you can stop In at any of their places and get a check for it and keep on doing this for a whole year Then you have to put up another dollar for another year and so on They have their stations in cigar stores hotels and other places that keep open late and theyre spreading them all over so It wont be long until 4t wont be necessary for anybody to steal an umbrella except a regular thief In this way it is not only a great convenience but Itfls a great moral engird as well What kmd of an umbrella do you get for jfcit llar10h as good as you can geFflinywbere for the money and you can keep it if you wantto but you have to take It back In ItS goodi shape as you sot it or you dont gett your check forj4e1r York Press r It U 1 1 1 1 ftU p E A Louisville Daily Pap6r and The Nws 33- ii LLeaderd ffor 200J M widftf For a limited time we are able to offer the reading public the very best opportunity to secure a awake dally newspaper published In Louisville at a price so low that It IS actually less than the white paper on which It is printed If you are taking the NewsLeader YOUcan renew your subscription and r get the advantage or this offer r it The Subscription Price of the LomsYille DailyI braidr isi 3003 JjThe Subscription Price of the fleisLeader IS I100 40i I We wiTsea you both Papers for fte r Year for 206 MRy jjr The Louisville Herald gives as good a market report as any paper published in Louisville and js 5f handling a great deal of newsthat cannot be found jn any other paper This offer is only made for la fc limited time and may be withdrawn any week by the Herald so take advantage at once Send all Hv Subscriptions toC fc a jTH NEW8IEADKR SpringfieldKy 1 m Ui a 4 HUNTING WILD PIGS in HxcltlBff Sport In the l atDenc of XCTT Zealand In the fastnesses of New Zealand are Denis of wild pigs descendants of those left there by Captain Cook Hunting these beasts is one of the sports of the country A writer says There is a tremendous commotion Jn the scrub as if a squadron of horses were striv lug to force a passage throughMt We stand clear in the open Some of us have recollections not altogethci pleas ant associated with manuka scrub and a wild boars tusks Rifles are raised to shoulders as a tiny youngster scarcely bfgger than a spaniel darts into the open We lower the guns The pig Is allowed to escape unharmed Now there Isn dreadful row exceeding all the preceding noises on the very verge of the scrub A dog limps onto a spreading patch of rod that he never got from the dew laden manuka boughs showing on his side There is no mis ake this time At the extreme right ot iUr line a huge boar with the dogs at his heels burstsalf blinded from the scrub The man nearest levels his rifle Tile rest of us stand mute ex pectant Tvatchlng for the effect of our comrades fire- A flash a report a tiny column of gray smoker quivering upward the boar evidently unharmed gains the scrub on the other side of the open Surely our comrade the best shot in the country has not missed at that dis tance No be had not missed as was afterward proved Thin bullet hail glanced along the thick annorlike hide of the animals shoulder only making a slight mark This hide which frequently exceeds one inch In thickness will turn anybullet that strikes at nil in an oblique direction Impatient at ttin failure of his shot the man follows in lose pursuit The remainder of th party proceed in the same direction rill quickly as the thick undergrowth will Ajlow We can see from the motion of the 5crub that the animal is making for tho entrance of n deep gully that runs right into the heart of the hills Straight up the gully they go the flcelns boar and his eager pursuer with the yelpmi dogs In close attendance The rifle speaks once more and we press mix iously forward T1e shot has taken effect this time The boar stands at bay facing the dogs the blood Is trio kUng rOam his side he sways as if about to fall Our comrade thinking the victory already secured and wishing to put the animal out of pain as soon as possible drops his rifle antI pulls his knife from Its 5hoath ifiut the boar sore wounded fho Ii makes a furious rush a man a pict the belpies the rei lout deadly a howl 1Cui bri side hi lug or comraii scene clothes osi iIISI sicgBet cities stomi victii Use the irri aud st des their mate then specK PetitE jIc iugr i vousriess will disappear and you can feat what you want at ay fJutr of a tableJout 50 cent box for a few days and you will soon regain oerfepiheotyb and strength and haye no fearof indigestion or stomach troubles Ask The Red Cross Drug Store to show you the guarantee under which they sell this rpmedyv FJOITTHE HOUSEWIFE Vans For Common Salt Put a lUnch of snit in whites of egga when heojllng them also use it when whipping cream Place salt in oven under baking tins in order to prevent scorchlng of their yPutuyou wish to cool a dish Put saltIn whitewash to make it sUck Use salt for cleaning piano keys knife handles and glass spotted by hard water Salt dissolved In alcohol will remove grease stains from clothing Use salt to remove Ink stains from carpet when thq lnkIs fresh nub salt on prints before washing to set their color To make a candle burn all night put finely powdered salt on It until the salt reaches the black part of the wickS In this way a mild and steady light may be kept nil through the night by a small- piece of candle Tile Home Doctor Use ipecacuanha as an enietiy In sudden attacks of croup bronchitis or whooping cough Slight bleeding from the lungs may be treated by giving twenty drops of liq uid extract of witch hazel every two hours When anything gets Into time eye it is a good plan to dip a clean feather In sweet almond oil raise the lid and brush the feather across the eye sur face towanl the nose A sore throat should never be neg- lectedl especially In the time of epidemics A cleansing gargle Is made by dissolving heaped saltspoonf of salt and carbonate of soda mixed in equal quantities in half a tumbler of water Window Shade Holder An Inventor has devised an entirely new Men in window shade holders an Illustration of which Is herewith shown The advantage of the device Is that it can be changed to fit any ordinary window frame without de stroying its future usefulness in case of change of residence with change In size of window frame The body of this holder In made of a br divided in the center the two parts being adjustably attached to a grooved hinge by means of thumbscrews passed through sbts in tho hlng plates On one side of the slots ate projecting teeth or u srnnccs INTO POSITION iptl surface to prevent the bar lp1g by undue pressure On of the bars are pivoted metall having roughened surfaces bear against the window frame he holder Iiin place Project the ends of the bars are ad u Journals tff hold the shade md they are held In place and ed by thumbscrews To put the Id place in the window frame are first adjusted so us to it li tho window frame Then ids ate placed In the comer c by holding the bar with both By prossln upward the holder mlu tel sprung firmly in place c bearing Journals for the shade jrc adjusted to fit the roller kjigvingl to cut It off or in any JrrJng the roller To Remove Wart Potato water the water In which po tatoes are boiled will remove warts even the worct seed warts that ever cOllie on the hands ot children or grownups Wash the hands two or three times a day In the potato water using no soap or anything else anti let tIie water dry on the skin or bafbe the spots afrectcd every little while in the course of the day keeping them constantly moistened with the potato wa ter and the warts will disappear in aI short tithe J r i To Cure a Cold in One DyTb Laxative Bromo Quinine Tas A JY 4 ci every svkHIaoWllfpMt lalBOllda nil s3guttweid1 bOX25C p HOWES4Ico1pt I- Something New and entirely dffercrt from tb old style Made ia regular read jug glasses and in near sightei and far sighted glasses com bined Cost no more than the old styli uperior in every way t We Guarantee them and wjll promptly refum money if they fail to give perfec satisfaction If you have tiy eye trouble write us mentionini his paper and well tellyoi how to get a pair of Toricoit Glasses that will relieve you rouble if its not incurable T 1JHpweCorOpticianJ bouisvllle Ky Mod Ills Hand Fall The death of Senator David Warl the oldest member of the Canadia parliament recalls all anecdote which Illustrates his remarkable indcpend once At the age of 101 he wus still holding the seat which had been his for almost halt a century During lila last years his family had been worried about Ids habit of traveling alone It midwintpr from his home In Frederick ton N B to his post at Qttawa The urged hint to let hli daughter accom pony him Senator Wnrk would hav noiie of her A man of ray age he sqldhhal nil he can do taking care ol himself without having a woman tc look after Boston Transcript The Potato In France 1In France wo timid that the potato placed on the royal table in the year 1010 but It was Parmentler an apothecary who realty Introdpced It and did all he could to get jt generally cultivated though not wltnout the assist nce of the government In 1771 a high prize was offered by the Academy jf Besanconfor the liscovery of a new food which Would fill the place of ce reals in case of a famine Parmchtier showed his potatoes and Louis XVI gave him fifty morgan of laud to plant thein on Then showlngthe first flow ers of his potatoes the king used them as it buttonhole bouiUet Queen Marie Antoinette had them In the evening in her hair anl nt once princes dukes tad high functionaries went to Pat tncutler to obtain such flowers All Paris talked of nothing but potatoes and the cultivator of them The king said Franco will thank you somme time hence because you have found bread for time pow The Dent Part You dont resent that authors flu irant plagiarism No answered Miss Cayenne Aft r rending the original portions of hi york I wish he hud plagiarized wore WashmgtoniStar Sour 8 StomachNo nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discov cry represents the naturaljulcts of diges lion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure 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