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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 I SC I ES7ABLSHEDIN Jf3 ftf- tf S Jln CQ 1 fi i II NEW SERiES VOL XIII NO 10 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 8 1906 i 00 PER YEAR 3hk i d fl oT Tttacct Jhpfer- sv WiSb to state to our friends v J throughout the tobacco growing ecfaons+ that we are not connected directly or indirectly with any other warehouse or ware houae Wecond company ct a Strictly Inde 11 pendent Tobacco Warehoused business i cLA BRIDGES Co J Proprietors Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky 406t QUR DIRECTORY =SPRINGFIELD county seat of WukmgtonCQunty52milessouth east ot irfjxiuptdn 59 miles from IXHusvUle on jBardstowg branch oi Loisyi11eand Nashville railroad in farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines expressofliCe flour mills lumber r yards Population 1100 population of Conner 1500- 0Representative iu Congress Hon D a Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis lature HonW D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky 4 = V County Directory CtttCUIT COURT s Circuit Court begins on the fourth kpaday in February May dud Octo tjHThurman Judge R LDurhamCommonwealth At toDey F Mv Campbell Clerk MG beachmtn Master Gommiss SWtQUARTERLIYC9UR2 Quarterly Court is helaon the third Monday in each month n Ii Litsey Judge I COUNTY COURT Cd nty Court meets on the fourth koncfayinveich mouth B Iitsey Judge W F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney George CatlfettJaiTer3 Sldrey Osbourne SheriffISam Anderson n BPowell BerbertEddlenian Deputl Ed Masters i Janes F Moore County Surveyor i T P OBryan Assessor W T Hitcheli Deputy Robert Nbe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner J W Bush Supt of Common Behoota P O Springfield r K CITY COURT Jaip ilt Noe Pplice Judge t John Grace Marsh- alwOrlgsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT i ifnotice Courts are held in January April j July and Qctoberj C hurch Directory METHODIST CHURCH Ker G W Lyon Pastor Ser ricer an the Firstand Third Suudavs Ineach month at 11 am a d730 pm SsndaSebQo1every Sunday at 10 am Prayer ateting every Wednesday aght l CATHOLICCHURCH Rev y pep Hennessa Pastor Ser1 Ticesjevery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock moS rvices at St Rose same hours CHRISTlANCBURCI- iRI TV T Walden Pastor SerVic f every Sunday PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TBev T D tatimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am andatlfpm Sunday school every snnday at 10 am Prayer meetln T tThurtday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Tti Preaching every Sunday at II a m and 7t45 pnn Sunday School every S ndiyat 930 arn Prayer meeting verayTue day evening at 745 oclock ratprnal Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfleid lodge NoSO meets first and third Mouday ttpackmonth Washington R A Chapter No 57 eets every second Tuesday Spriapfield Council o52 meets on TerytpurthMbndayt ANIGHTS of THE MACASHES Meet f t 4 t J u eJ n c FOLEYS- HONEYoTARf Prtmft Urittff Risulis FrtM a Mi Remember the name Fifcys Meaty ami Tar Insist p i having the genuine T1wMs lCi Me sioo PrtMf d nly by J Petoy OtmtHmv Chlcac TflENE S=LEADER roS5SHroiSi innJ rWW mwmnw V i-g II A ROUND or TALIf 1 nnnnnn nnftnnnnnnnn nnnnnnnnnnnrnnnn ==At Nightfall Nowlettbetbougb of time goy Needs of the body land the mind The Busy sun iis iosj behind The hills and all the meadows lie Under the eternal sky iNo banish fancy thought and care Into their woodsdid them begone Their busy da3f is opt and done For silence now must thou prepare Breathing the immortal air Thy cares go giving thee release nightWhile the height Measures the spaces of thy peace When the cares gQ by end cease But when the heart if free from stain Washed as in waters infinite Frdm every cartthat dIWiththe morningthou wilt fain Tak sthe thoughts of time again Henry Bryan Binns in The Academy 1T EW LAwThe new set l of city ordiijaiices recently passed by the board of Council contains some very radi cal measures and some that will make quite a diflSe nce iin the government of the town The ordinances have been passed and are bein prepaired for publication after which they will become laws Among the impof tant measures iis the fixing of the license for aloons There increasinktbisS500 or at least ta greater- flguretban2rst named When the matter came toa test vote however it was assertaided that a majority of theJJoard were of the opinion that thern sal on men were taxed enough and the license remains at the old figure The Council has takei a whack at the dog owners and between the State authorities and the municipal governors of such af fairs tile dogs bid fair to be taxed out of existance1 Nosooner than does the State law fixed a tax of a dollar a year on all dogs become effective that along comes the Council of the city of Spring field and puts an additional taxon all male dogs iithin the city limits of one dollar per head or two dollars fqr females Thus every owner of a dog inn Springfield ipust pay from yearforpropertyit S ENEROUS That the peo 3C pie Of tpringfield are a people of the most generous im pulses has been amply illustrat ed on more than one occasion lately There is never itcan from then edy or frdm th9se in listress that goes long unanswered Acase in point is that of BarI rett who were unfortunate enough tobe overtaken by sick nessaud left stranded here without resources The good people of the town however res ponded nobly to the distress signal and two deserving peo pie were relieved from an embar ra sing situatio and a charatable deed was done The benefit per- fOrmance at the Opera House on last Friday dight was the out come of the movement and the effort was a complete success 1121andsame This tells the storY f the generosity of the people Every body contributed to the cause and all were made happy thereby iit Sfpgycd t From our plaice jieaJr Maud on November 28th 8red heifer weighing abotftt600 pounds with short horns running straight ou1 rcm her head Was last seen J A Tuckers plage near Fred erickstown on Dec 31st The heifer was bought W1 0 Hamil tots sale A reward of S5 will be paid lor information leading to her recovery J W HUGHES BROS f Maud Ky Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Ky the only company inI tie State that makes any claim of paying its losse3 in full jyr IfoWftts KSJ jail Ftr PIIe5 PUTM ffrtff 0 oL l MOQRjiSVILLE We had a regular water spout gapsIi over to attend meeting at Pjplin last Sunday Ham Virgin is tOt yet able to be up He is improving slowly Jas Bedditfks has removed to J T Bishop s place hear Maud Mr Speed Lewishas moved on Jas Truaxs place near Fairview They have not as yet called any minister at New Hope church for the year Chapli1nJsited Truax this week y Several ofur pecple were in town Monday as Witnesses in the Farris and Good case dyer some sheep Our merchant Mr Sam Y cum is kept busy all ofhis time Our agent W 0 Eilis offers for the next two weeks strawberry plants at 40c per Hundred Make up clubs to the amouat of a thousbnd and get them an 40c per hunJred He also offers apple and peach trees lot 15c pears pjums and cherries at 40c Everything else in the nurcery line as llow as the lowest Miss Minnie Pile raff led off a silk quilt ot Booker last Sat urday Mr Otis Settles ami Miss Ophelia Yates were married in Louisville Sunday March 4 1906 and came out to her parents that evening and it is said they will make their home at the grooms parents Mr and Mrs Jas Settles We extend con gratulations Doctors are Puzzled The remarkable recoverv of Kenneth Mclver of Vanceb ro Me is the subject of much in terest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his case Owing to severe inflamation of the throat and congestion of the lungs three doctors gave me tp tto die wuen asa last report I was in inducod to try Dr Kings New liis pvery and I am happy to say it saved my life Cures the worst coughs and colds bron chitis tonsilitis wdak lung3 hoarsness and la grippe Guar anteed at C 3 Haynons drug store 50cand 1 Trial bottle free v Barn Destroyed by Fire t A large barn on the farm of Mr Ben Irvine in the Buffalo neighborhood several miles west of town was completely destroyed by fire last Friday after noon The barn contdined about lCOO bushles of corn a quantity machineryand three cows that were in the build lug were also burned to death Mr Irvine estimates his loss at about Si 200with Si300i in surance The origin of the fire nknown Kv Standard iS MarfieuV- 1Uie trials ana tribulation br Mr Sandy Mahoney and Miss Nivian Boone a pair of young lovers of Nelson county ended happily Monday evenng when Rev Wm Buukman pronouneed them husband and wife at the Catholic churce in New Haven The bride in company with two of her lady frietds Misses Fiora Mahoaeyand May BOne went to Louisville severaldays before and the rom met tbW thereon Sunday when ai4rrange ents had bean completed for the marriage to be solemn ized the next day When the appointed hour arrived they went to the Cathederal but instead of saying the mirriage rite the priest said that an order had beeo issued by the Bishop making it necessary for couples to be married by their pastQr However they sought thepriesr but each tmewre mef Iby the sama obstacle when tina liy they called Father Buckman to the telephone and made ar rfngenents with bin tJ preforoi the ceremony after the arrival ofthe Greensburg train that evening The news had leaked out and notwithstanding the heavy rain a large crowd of friends gathered at the church o11Lgratulate couple Lebacon Falcon Eggs E s A C Kimball has fop sale White Wyandottes White Plymouth Rock Single Comb Brown perIdozen lOt Gefllie RUtH KiDd If yot are troubled with piles and cant itnd a cure try When FHazat Salve but be sure sou get that made by EC DeWitt CO Chicago It is the Original If you have used Witch Hazel Salve witeVut being re Jieved it is probable that you got hold of one of the many worthless counterfeits that are sold on the reputation of the genuinct De Witts Witch Hazel salve Sold by all drug gists Acquitted The jury returned a verdict of acquittal Friday morning in case of Charles Mack Green w tIwho was tried on the charge of killing Martin Roberts The trial consumed about ten days and was vigorously and ably prosecuted by County At toruey Nat W Halstead while the defendant was ably represented by Attorneys John S Kelley and E E McKay The empaneling of the jjury required nearly four drys The hearing of the evidence was begun last Friday a week and continued until the following Thursday The arguments of the case wer begun last Thursday morn ing when E E McKay of cOlm1 sel for the defense made a strong appeal on behalf of tha defend ant He was followed by Judge John S Kelley in a more lengthy argument covering the evidence in the case in an able manner County Attorney Nat W Hals tead who prosecuted the case without assistance closed the argument with an eloquent speech lasting atout three hours This is one of the most noted and hard fought cases in the history of the county The trial jury was composed of representative citizens The evi dence in the case was volumin ous the principal lines of which have been given in previous issues The case was given to the jury about 0 oclock Thursday evening trid a verdict was ren dered at noon the following day At the begining eleven of the jurymen were for acquittal and one for three years imprison ment in the penitentiary However a verdict was finally agreed upon as aboye stated Stand ard HYOffilCUKESrCATARRH lIf Hauling BalsammKIII All Color rhal Germa Sold under Guarantee by The Red tCro2Drug Store I His notewprthy fact that among the many medicines and treatments for Catarah there is only one which the Red Cross Drug Store srlls under their postive guarantee to refund the money if itdoes nut cureHyo mei Natures remedy for the cure of catarrh No dangerous drugs are taken into the stomach when Hyomeii iIis used Breathed through the the small pocket inbaer that comes wih ever Hyomni outfit its healirg balsams penetrate to the most remoe cells of the lhrjoar nose and lurgs killing the germs of catarah healing the irritated mucuus membrane and making complete and last ing cures The complete Hyomei outfit consisting of an inhaler tba can be carried in tile purse or vest pocket ft medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei costs only S1 The intfaler will last a lifetime whileextra bottles of Hyomei can be procured when ever need d for only 50 cents Eqgs For Hatching Mrs R A Mclntire Spring field Ky R FD No 2 ha eggs from pure bred B P Rocks and S 1C Butt Orpingtons for sale at 1 per 15 3 3 no LOOKS BETTER For Building New Road Thou Ever Before The Cumberland Northern Railway has not been making much noise ofllate but President Azbill has been doing some very effective work neverthe less Mr Azbill writes that all the profiles maps and charts have been perfected and delivered to him To give an ide what this accomplishment means it may be stated that these periminary and absolute necassory papers cost Mr Azbill 7 800 which handsome sum has been paid Of this the maps profiles and charts of the original road be tween Lebanon and Columbia costs 3800r and those of the ex tended line from Columbia to the Cumberland river on the other end and from Lebanon to Bur gin on the this end cost 4000 WitlUhAsa band the promoters bUflnfssMr Azbill writes that he has been in Lonisville for a few days in conference with the Commer cial Club and that he has inter ested llocal and eastern capital its in the road The attorney for the monied men will come in a few days to go oyer the line with President Azbill which iis toe last stey before putting up their necessary capital They wouldnotgo to the trouble and expense ofsandih this attorney if they were not favorably impressed with their scheme All tthe righto ways between l1aveIexcepting All opt ween Lebanon and Per ry ville have been secured excepting three Nothing has been dobe along this liiie between Perryvilarid Ianvillej or be tween tfperrj ville and Uaf rods burg it isup to ua While it is mare likely t ian ever that the new road can secure the Southern Railway between Harrodsburg and Burgin nevertheless Mr Azbilll and his hustling representatives at Burgin are securrng rights of way and terminal facilities at that place Squire John Bur gin has given the right across bis place about threefourths of ia mile with characteristic liber ality Messrs vV J Pt rna J T Voris B Frank Moare and Bland Straiten have also deny onstrated their Jib rality by granting the right of wayacross their places This lleaves only the places of Messrs Brown True Varner Divine and Wes Cardwell to cross and it iis thought that they illaJl give the privileges to encourage the building of the road This movement shows that Mr Azbill is most favorable to the nurgin route Coritracts are drawn providing that Bur gin shall be the terminus of the road The Q C road will grant the new line yardage and terminal privileges at Bur gin and has so officially stated Mr Simon D C Ison of Bur gin who has been tireless iin his efforts to make certain the building of this road to Burgin feels that the outlook is brighter now than it has ever been before Harrodsburg Democrat Sensation at Woodlawnrr A suit was tiled inlhe Circuit Court here yesterday by Mrs Angie Hump rev against Geo A Doctors 1 IIsCherrectOra11SflI I I aiII I medicine It cures Hard cases severe and desperate casesI chronic cases of asthma pleu risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years Ibda by J C Ay er Co Lawa11Mas Also mumboturar of iersIs W lure no secret We publish the fonaulm o1l our medicine You will hasten recovery by tak lnV ono of Ayers Pills at bodtlmo J T Humphrey for an absolute divorce and for maintenance alimony and custody of her six children The plaintiff alleges that the defeneant deserted her last Sunday anti eloped to Lou isville with Eunice Reida young girl about 17 years old with whom he isnow living It is further alleged that the de fendant took with him his thir teenyear old daughter Fannie whom plaintiff asked fobe restored to her custody Plaintiff also asks that the house in wl ictt she and her children reside be adjudged to her as alimony and fhat the defendant be re quired to contribute to the main tenance of herself and children during the pendency of the suit The plaintiff formerly Miss Angie Reynolds of Washington county resides at Woodlawn an is a highly respected woman The defendant his been engaged iin the blacksmith business at Woodlawn for several years The girl with whom he eloped had been engaged in his family as a domestic for some time past Standard State ofOhib City of Toledo Lucas County j ss Frank Jt Cheney makes oath that be is senior partner ot the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo County and Strtc aforesafd and that said fizn will pay the sum cf one hundred dollars iro for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Oheney Sworn to before me aud subscribed in myt presence this 6th day of Dee ember Ai D 1886 AW GleasOr SEAT Notary pubic Halls C tarrh Curo Is taken intern ally and acts directly on the blood and mucuous aurfaies of the system Send for testimonials free F J Oheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists 7Sc- Talce Halls Family Pills for constipation 1fKUIsboro =The oM sayicg March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb will certainly come true ths time The farmers are having good luck with ihair sheep this springi and jt looks as if the price of lambs might be lower this tithe than last year T J Trent our former mer chmtbutLOW of Polin was in our midst Snnday F M Shewmaker of near EOurf noteJJ for its qietnzssthatnone of oun people have had any busi thi4time 4jurypurs for the present and we trust will long cohtinuev Quitea largecrovd from here attended the sale of Esq Prather deceased n arPulliam Saturdjy inJI gwerforms a careful examination of peach buds and finds them killed Ap pies and other fruit are damage and will beonly a small crop If he is corrccHhis news willbI received by many with regre for there is nothingm uch bette than a good fruit crop RevBMcDonnad an i evangelist of tfi e Christian church of Okemulyee I T in our midst repeuty with waI views of holdirg a series meetings but our people d ci 0I that they did not need spiritual fobd at the present and as Fen wick was wanting preachiug we were glad to furnish them Bro McDonnald Uccle Came Settles one oforr oldest citizens in the county and who has been suffering from fotsomelapse and at hisextrt me age hi chances for rcbover are doubtful Uncle Callie as he is called by all is blessed by a wonderful recollection He recaljs thing iBat occured many years ago a if they had happened but yesj trday It is quite interesting to hear him tell of the rapi growth and development thajt this country has made in the past 60 y arstIn religion hie nas always been a strong meoj ber of the Christiap church aajl in politics a Demqrrat clten saye irg that both went Loetht1 make n happy life IlfBSCRl10N g i 7 r ellqr JJ Ic j Fpow 1 c I f i Absolutely Pure fc- A jif it i ttff f GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING PQWEft- 1 t Ib It makes the most delicious a3 and healthful hot breads j Arbiscuit and cake A FREE LIME OR PHOSPHATIC ACTOlJ k1y jAluml baking powclers are unhealthful Do no tie liei roi raising foodunder any circumstances So detrimental are alaMJ baking powders considered that in most foreign ountrks t1leit Isal is prohibited In many States in this country the law cQilJtt pels alum powders to be branded to show that they contttrt this dangerous acid while in the District of CdIumbiaCoress r has prohibited the sale of all food that contains aluifc A 2 Alum baking powders are sold to consumers at froarjo v cents a pound to 25 ounces for 25 cents or 254 cents a potmd1J v and when not branded may generally be distinguished bilfccicjJirice l Ij J t t We are unable tbsay wnetlieri we are going to hae a sprng school taught or not bnt there is quite a talk in fay rof it and eare afraid that it will end in talk Tds would not do the children very much good in the way of gaining knowledge Lets quit talking and hay8 a school this springfHolly Griffy and wife of Fair fiewj Visited the family ofJ M Shields Saturday and Sunday Miss Lora Montgomery oue of our most popular young ladies has returned frOm a two weeks visit to relatives inSpencer and Nelson counties Mrs J DJ Sutherland is spend ing the week with her Hon W 0 Cammack at Wards yille Poljcemah Ed Settle of Fen wjck was in qur midst Friday He seems to be liking his job finepnd we suspect that he was here looking for smashers but fortunately we have none The jockeys of Ptfnyviljedre certainly doing a good business from the brisktiningtbat was going on last week Gray Eagle well knQwnto the chi zens of Goose Creek was sold last week for a pocket knife The lucky purchaser being Rufus Shewmaker BrO Dead of North Bend came out like the JIlose 101 Sharon in tne News Leader llast week Hjs timely writing on the dog law was up to date and he said abont the right thing about it Wing enforced The law might do if it could be put into effect but mos likely a few will pay taxes on their favorite dogs and the rest will go unpaid One thing sure Bro Dead has incurred the nmity of all the Spectacles and Eye Solid Gold 425 Necklace and Brace lets all the latest fad get yours while are cheap I 100 A YEAR FROM ALUM parents i widows of 1906 andjwi ihoulii trnotl be surprisedi if theysboulJc declare war on him At the beginning of the ywir we promised the readers of the NewsLeader that we woW agaiQtryandcribblen4wIrohere a letter each week sow ask altthe readers tto giveiw tAe MwJf that is anything of iaapqrlaribe anq in ttiis way you can greatly aid correspondent and make better his letter We are going to keep our letter coming eeek week forMaybr Crook of PQWf yule has given rs the right to scrape the town each week news We may altq hare to seine Goose Creek aid rare Hills t borb for happenings in or kr to keep up our letter it was our privilege to attend a of the Masonic lodge aV Willjsb rg Satiwky igb4 A large number of Maeoew JrQM 4 adjoining lodges Were yteMMt f After conferring the iratiegree we 1ere all invited by Ktq John k Gordon from the lodga room to the o d store Where refraehmeiito were to be served and Ofa i1iWhit a supper we found wfttttaf us there Lonzworfe sad briM would have smiled to bsye bees there Capt Bright ftcte as toastmaster in a most eMeieat f nunner Respoaaej to tbeioeei were made by Wp Peidy awi Liiac WilHabarg hM JoaAeea notedfor its hoepiUlityv wadibe royal iraamnef tiey e tecta4 ei Saturday nighterves to b iIs rbputation for hoftpiteiity On tithe lodge ite m the Masters degree w a oos erred on Evert Ke ijiMr Trwik i Ash and Harry Grwosd TW iLebanon team doiiwr the work to 0 the delight of all Ma tsonic welcome and love reigning i 11 supreme LlLAC T J Bargainf L 3 s I 1itiv trf REDACTION IN PRICES UNTIL APRIL i Glasses Frames toeyI ipesting returning preeeat PrettiestJiof I ltWatches and LofMtts i t r ever on market before If you sivo We dMt i bHutif hatpias aiJ brooch iu1 get one T lti3LJgin1 yet iibe SILVER UNE 111JJ bet CASHgets the biggeit birgaimt J f EMRU SEIL SSSS 1 THfNIWS E 1 ADR IfUWLIttHKU t KY eitY tllUMOAT rJtI r 5PRINGF1ELD A VEARfIiH bVANcc KY 11 r rE LDAVISON Jr LeL1rll iM motloes 10 cwte lOr aeli beqkibbeUtIk cauli4te am fpoUUcal matter iirIIne I JA wwk If baa Jlpw rates bat dul f t 1a Otd tJ cSr AClTtraeta made en liberal ereo a r t ItwuJeaaaIpOlUtI0t5 ofTspeC prlI4e e ff50r 1r00 t trlet Oeea THURSDAY kARCH 8 1906 Two women became involved rn a quarrel yesterday in a yes tiurant at Middlesboro One drew a pistol and fired at the other killing amanitbat was laying pDoVm an adjoining reolTi r Tbepoptilat ot Lo fr acoiding tpithejnevr direcory which was issued yesterday is given as 240580 an inverse doling the latyearof 8114 the largest ever known in one year fI + Ir A tTiell that was a FrJfnd t DontJrown look pleasant If you are suffering from indigestion or1 sour touiacb take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hon Jake Moore of Atlanta Ga says 1 suffered more than 20 years rith indigestion A friend recommended Kodol If relieved me ia one day and I now enjoy Better health than for many years Kodol digest wh t 3ou eat relieves sour 4 1 stomace bclchtng etc Kddol strength i axis the digestive organs sweetens tie stQmach and enagles you to eat digest aasiRiilate and enjoy what ever icu like sole byall druggist MAUL t Mother Earth has been again covered with that soft mantle Ysnow and rlaU indications prove t ue it may again have a white coverlet ere this gqes to Cpes The recent snow arid rain have swollen the riyer until it ial higher than it has been for tie past six months We have neeSel the bridge worse the past few days than ever before and not only this one across the I Beecb but one equally as bad below Maud This one however h a small bridge crossing the mill race but ame near being themeans of death to tworof ou laading citizens one day lasi eet Messrs Will Huston and Sherwood Richardson were cros lOll with a load ofsaw dust when it gave away but narrowly es r caped by pushing the team Miss Hallie Huston has been tile guest of Miss Ea Royalty iiIf piingfield for the past few I dsys Mr Jno Virgin and wife spent Sunday with M L Trout man and family Miss Lill Bhehan has been the guest cf her brother near String town for the past week 11rs Kate Shewmaker enter ta ned at dinner Wednesday Mr OraCaumft Mr E S Goalej wife and two little sons and Miss DElla Virgin Miss Loui e Settles and visl ior Miss EvalynCrady of Nel s nvilie were guests of Mrs M t Li Troutman Fridav Mi s Orndy returned home Saturday 4 Mr Hamilton bhehan deliver t ed hi wheat to Jarboe Camp belt ibe past week at 85 cents Mrs Mary Bodine was thrown r from4 horse one day last week n startiogbome after a call on g jme of Ler neighbors She had Just mounted the anirail when if became frightened and wheeled turnhgthe saddle and trowing its ocupant to the giound She J captU however aith a few c JIIb ui ef and a good scare Mr Ora C ume and son visit tefMrsThos Jlcedof Valley +p H llSitnrdayhighr and Smn day Mrs Thpmrs Reed and Master GarftiVd ftifienan of Valley Hit visjttfd h irnaert mother here t fromVWede3day until IiiJayi i Revo Bottom of Missouri de livered a very interesting ser mOIl it the New Hope cnurch 4 last unday x Mrs I Ht flumpkey has rented the late Samuel Ureer farm be lqwjilaiid and will move his lamiiy therein the near future fpla Kites Wojenj at more often afflicted witu k idney disorders than men but attribVtt te rympforas to diseases Tpeciltar to their sex while in reality tbe kidkeya are deranged Heryons- ne jje tJache puffed or dak circle 1i n4 rl bceyspalnin the backar- ekIFijtitibletifwjj tfctmtibt TI- e If sr rfTjrii sepious malady wil ru L iToiiyii Kidney Cure has re IT t ii the MtStltk of thousands Q- 1wHlrIV H baokcn down women It MeVI irrcfulrities and strengthens the wrfiwrjr oran It pries tin W 4 iMl JlieMats the whole iByaten 1IBydont 2 PuIIiiim i 11- The 1- sale of IsaanPratber deceased was lar ply attended last Saturday and every thing sold welL Mrs Naccv Terrell widow of William Tern II died March 4th She was about 80 years of a2e She leaves five sons Atid two daughters ill mourn her loss Remains were intered tin the Rock Bridc cemetery C C Foster sold some tnrn to James Hendrix at 40ct rer bushel Ed Goff sold his tobacco on the Louipyille market for 815 per hundred Rev Pinkston has closed a serifs of successful meetings at Bfush Grove He is an able ministerIMrs Tatum or Lpuisvllle is visiting relatives here Several from our village at tended the oyster supper given by the masons at Willisburg on ast Saturday Mr J M Mayes sold a six year old mare to Oliver Crouch for 400 and bought a horse from Mr Etherington for 180 Mr Clem Cutsinger was kick ed in the mouth by a horse Dr Yates was called and ound him painfully but not seriously hurt BrtnfBtt iwaasv Speaking ot the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their captives reminds me of the in tense suffering I endure for three months from inflammaticn of the Kiduejs says W M Sherman of ClushUi Mec Noth ng helped me until I tried Elec tric Bitters three bottles of which completely cured me U Cures Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Blood disorders and Malaria and rStores the weak and ner vjpus to tobustbealth feuaran teed by OI Haydon druggist Price 50c Vi1tiiburgV The banquet given by the Masonic Lodgeat the McIvoy Hall was well attended by tbe different lodges Those present were Messrs G A Dahboeyj bB Edwards Purdy Derrin ger of Lebanon P R Bright an T Dudley Vclls of Spring field f C Burns of Lawrence burg Mr Wright and Ref W E Sutherland of Mackville Edgar Yancey of Sharpsvflle Mr Wells of Dugansville Af ter conducting their service at the Macooic Ball 75 masons marched to the ball where the banquet was prepired by skilful hanas and these they partook of the good things to eat Col P R Bright was toast master Mr Hurdy responded followed by Rev W E Sutherland Mr lrigyfollowedbypraver J A Sims After the banquet was over the masons relurped to their hall where they attend ed to their business May this Jonglivefaithful and earnestand hive carerovertheir state is Ithe wish ofthe On writer last Friday morning Rev J A Simms wasteken by stir prise to learn that he was going birthdayaJnner wife and daugbtert Mrs Sue Merritt Mr L W Jenkins wife and two children WVR Scott wife and four childreu E D Crouh and wife W R Sims wife and son W SHar lowe and wife Curtis and Dovie Scruggs were present An ee gant repast was served at cne o clock in ihe afternoo They wereentertained with nausic on the graphopbOne by W R Sims Bro Sims was 61 years old and ho and hiwife have spent 35 years of1 married life together with their happy 7 children Bro Sims and wife received a number of presents May they and their family have many more happy reunions together Dr W W Hyatt and HV B Greenwood were in Louisville last week on business Quite a number of our people attended the sale of Mrs Isaah Prather last Saturday Mrs Liza Fitzgerald and niece of Springfield visited Mrs Mary Mcllvqy Saturday and Sunday last Mrs Mary Hughes a1 tended church at Mackville Sunday Mis A B Weljs has been on the sick list Mrs Ernie Harlowe will leave r in a few days for Louisville where she will buy a nice line of imillluery goods She will be at this place again this season Mr John Turner visited friends at Mackville last week Your correspondent will beg an excuse for not appearing last week but sickness was the cause We all miss Lilacs spicy letter when he fails to put in his appearance we also miss Uno but was glad to see North Bend again to know he was ttill livingV j Cured llemoras of tbctTIn U3 veral year since my lungs were so bablj affected that I had many hemorrlaC8Vvris A MiAke of Wood In I took treatment with several phyoJans without any bene fitthen started to take Foleya Honey and Tar and my tongs are now as sound as a bullet I recom mend it in apvancee stages of lung trouble Foleys Honey and Tat stops the cough and heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Refuse substitutes Suld by Smock and Haydon PLEASANT GROVE 4VJoe Poifl visited friends and relatives in Louisyille last week Dr tT H Hopper was here MondayVI Prof Stith Thompson visited at the home of Mrs NV P VTlb0mps0LV Frank Willett of St Marys College is spending few days with his parents at this place Robert Thompson of Grundy Orphanage was here Monday Chas Henderson of Harrods burg visited friends here Wednesday and Thursday Miss Rena Yankey is visiting at Mackville Dr R H Williams has re turned to his home at Maceo Miss Harvey VanArsdale iis visiting Miss Julia Birchen Hayes of Maple HillVMrs Rodman William is the the guest of Miss Lydia Williams Miss Nannie Pinkston of Valley Hill was hero Tuesday Wathen Simms was m our nrdstSunday Mr and Mrs Dan Kelly and little daughter Mozena visitpd at the home of JV R Reed SundayV Mrs Alice Pinkston visited her mother Mrs John Shirley at Willisburg last Tuesday Nat Thompson is visiting HarrodslIlot are the guests ofMrs A G Noe Mr BJakeman of Chaplin was here Monday on business Miss LizzieLeachman is yisi ting in Harroclsburg Rev W T Overstreet filled his regular appointment here Sunday Mr A G Noe of Cincinnati 10 yisted his family Saturday and Sunday r A 4ScieDiic Wonder The cures that stand to it credit make Bucklens Aurica Salve a scientific wonden It cured VE R Mulford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Waynesboro PaM of a distressing case OfV Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils UI cers Cuts Wounds ChilblainsV and Salt Rheum C J flaydona Drug StoreV TexasV Mrs D A Crosby has return ed from a visjt to her parent3 in Louisville Miss Ollie Sbewmaker of Mackville iU visiting her cousin Miss Alice Cocanbugher Wilhelm Peterson and H H Kimberhn have returned from Louisville Miss Annie OlayVqpke has re turned from a pleasant visit to friends in Frankfortend Lex ingtjn P D Catlin of Gravel Switch was here Thursday Misses Ella D Shuunty and Effie Kimberlin have returned from Louisville where they attended the Teachers Association The dwelling house belonging to Mr James Elder was entirey destroyea by fire Friday morning Particulars have not been l earnedVQuestion to Road Commis sion r Why i it that our road from the coveed bridge to Texas dos not receive a y Work It certainly needs it as the road isI I fI1t VIs Nobodys Business But our Business tJ1 fiJrnj IPlumbinglff iff f UJ Sl fiJv VVVV i ACALLV1lj I1liIi r J W PRITjGriARP I SPRINGFIELD KY S IVV4V Itw A GOOD NIGHTS REST for It r she cried to doggieV ISptakshe knew in her little heart n Syrup home great treasure haalth and joy impart goodIrible exhaustion of a hacking cough are dread dangers of the poor consumptive qBut why this fear of the night when a few doses of Dr Boschees German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely frea from cough or night sweat Free ex pectoration in the morning is made certain by taking German Syrup eWe know by the experience of over thirtyfive years that one 75cent bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troubles and that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work wonders 2 qco sUes 250 and 750 All druggists VVnow Vflbad condition One interested in good roads Tile Oreal Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley s Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for Ihe genuine AIfor Faleys Honey and Tar arid refuse auy sub stitute ofTcrea as nb other preparation will give the same satlsfictionIt mildlyUaxative It contains no opiates fnd is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cros Drug StoreV Valley Hill After a long absence fromy opr columns we again apply for space in toe dear old NewsLea der for the Jew items of local interest that happen to strike the writers hand MissesMargaret and Iniogene Goatley visited Mrs W F Mora on last TussdayV Miss Ola Goatley visied rel atives and friends in Spring field last weekVA B Pinkston of near Polin has removed to the farm of W F Moran of this place Mr Sol Ks of near Polin visited relatives in this section last SundayV Mr Boone has removed to tie farm ofS P Derringer Edd Pinkston swapped horses with John Reynolds last week giving 35 difference Jas Moran s Id to Frank Elery one horse for 50 Mr Simpson recently purchas ed a small farm from J D Pile at 48 per acre Harry Derringer recently purchased a horse from Sidney Grigsby price paid was 100 V5iRed4icks has removed to the farm of S R Derringer where he will raise a crop pf to bicco Mr and Mrs Highey Goatloy visited VTF Moran andV wife SunuayVMr Hubert Virgin of Maud vas in our midst Monday on businessVMrs Sate Hard l is quite ill at this writing I Messrs H H Tatham and E Colvin are clearing up their land Pooitown recentlynear pur chased of Juclge Litbey Price 62 50 per acre Mi J L Moran is prbporing fOra sawmill on his form Al so Mr Geo Tucker wil hove a a large mill set on his farm pp6ncdtol cident last Week while prepaiing for a tobacco bfd The a with which he was chopping slipped in such n manner as to almost ampatate threetoesVMr V rVBallardl recently SOld tv pair offVaork mules to John RI SmitM of Springtie price p275VRev Pinkston of Harrods lonvryBeMoorsville school house the following night and toolf the train Tuesday raorniag for Jefferson ville Ind where be will con duct a series of meetings Sinceour last issue Mr Eras tus Derringer of this pbce suf fered a heavy less by fire His dwelling and ojhei out houses on the premises weie burnfd and nothing of the r pontens was saved Hic meat ju rand furniIWc extend our sympathy to Mr Derringer for his losses As tbiIs the first letter skcs the misfortune of our Editor we have never expre sml our sm patny and regret Ihatsuch luck should b fall him however we will Lot make any attempt this time as words are in adequate to expess our thoughts UNO MinIoteCoilgh has relieved and the lives of the llittle for1coagbsphlegm and drawa out the Inflam mation It should be kept on hand for immediate use Sold by all drug gtatV WV Hardcsi Schoohousn Several from here atti ded the Prfcther saltQ Saturday Every thing sale wellV Mr andFranr Carne spent Saturday with Mrs Eza Carney who has been ve y sick Messrs will and Edd Gra were callers near Chaplin Sat urdayafternoonV Mrs Sallie Goodlett and little daughter Ola visited frier ds and relatives at Anioch the lat ter part of last weekV Mn Hubert Virgin of Moores yule was afe Pine Grove Sun day afternoon Miss Bessie Drury is visiting her grand parents of Antioch Mr Thurman Chescheir was in Polin Sunday BtIa1c Hi Biw IiTliri 1tigf During Novembea and December ft03 one fifth ofr the deaths in NeW York and Chicag were from pneu mrnia Foleys Honey and rar not only stops the cpugh but heals and Ptretigthens the lungs and prevents pneumonia do Iot take chance on a cold wearing away VbVFolcys Honey and Tar will curejyou qulc and prevent serious results Sold by Smock Haydon CABBAGE IN TIlE SOUTH Some Important Point la GrowIng VVt Sncccssfnllr There are a great many people in the lower south who do nut think that abbage will head for them That It does not head us readily as it docs far ther north is true for tho collard Is the result of growing cabbage In an ad verse climate In fact if cabbage is allowed to seed in south Oeorgla or Florida orss me years the disposition to head will become lessaud less until eventually you will have a collard If only northern grown cabbage seai be used planted early on deep rich moist laud the influence of an uncongenial climate Will be overcome And now a w01l about seed Dont try to save by buying cheap seed With a crop worth anywhere from 200 to GO per acre It la foolishness to try to save at the outside from 2 to 3 In bujIhg cheap seed which might mean the prlte of succeas or failure Seec1lnJ uud Trnnvlnntln In middle Georgia for the spring crop seed Is started In open ground by the first to the middle of October For all medium early varieties for the ex tra early varieties such as Early Ex press etc this Is too early as quite a large per cent will go to seed In the spring For these seed Is started under glass In mild hotbed or greenhouse during DecemberV We have found that It pays to trans plant all our cabbage plants to cold frames both those started in the open In October as well sis those started In the greenhouse In December The transplanting costs something but this is njore than gained In stocky fully developed healthy plmita as well as some days In earliness As to varieties a selected strainof the Old Flat Dutch makes honda of just abo9t the right size with few outside leaves Planting In the Field For extra early plant Jersey Wake field and Extra Early Express InV the fleld from the 1st of February t the last of March for middle Georgia The land should be manured plowed and harrowed down ready for planting in early winter jrefcrablyVThflt cabbage requires deep rich soil Is hardly neces sary to say From twenty to thirty two horse loads of stable manure and 2400 to 4000 pounds of commercial fertilizer per avre arc frequently used with prof it the stable manure plowed under with turn plow the fertilizer broadcasted and worked In tho surface soil with cul tivator or similar tool If cabbage can followa cowppa crop so much th bet ter Southern Cultivator Corn In North Carolina The importance of the corn crop InV the state of North Carolina can best be Indicated by the fact that 47 per cent of till the lund in cultivation In the state Is devoted to this crop and yet the average yield per acre Is only 128 bushuls nearly the lowest average otI any of the states of the Union Now why should this be so The soil Is not at fault for there Is as good soil In the state as the sun sljines ou The climate is not nt fault because the state Is really more In the corn belt as far as lati tude Is concerned tljan any of the 8tateiliorthof Manon nUll DIxons line The corn plant originated In a warmer cllinat than this and Is quite at home In the state as far as that point Is conk cerned Now therefore the methods of growing the crop must bo where the blnuio lies for the failure to make n lar ger yield per nereC K SIcQuarrle A Turkey Coop A ttfrkoy COOl which has been used wIth perfect satisfaction i In Arapahoc county Colo la described In American Agriculturist as huvitig several dis tinct advantages over ordinary coops lt- Is built out of a large packhig case At tho tOil Is a vcntllajtor Suspended by a eorci Is a drop door1 of closQiboards and beneath this Is an onllua y door HANDY TJJBKET coopI hlngetlIllUllcold nights ventilator and drop door inuy be closed on ordinary nights the ventilator opened on hot ones both lu warm weather the drop door suspended as shown in the cut forms a good shade for the blrdV teJohnnie Pa what hair food for gtthings WriFcnrfnl jroan Bobbs Old TitiMvadd aliotft dw l roni InsomiUu Says he Ii afraid to go toSIeeItV Dobb3 Pocs he teatVBobbsNo but the last time he elrpt be dmui vi r Diving away his roonty 49 I 7VVVS VVSJW rSUNSHINE1 greatRed ItEnow owned in Springfield will make the season of lyuUn charge of L FairGroundfloTO INSURE A LIVING COLT EBSunshine styleandture of Lord Golden the greatest harnessHisgreat Red Leaf the champion theleadinghorses and teams Sunshine is a full brother to Glorious Sunrise greatestpair byNutwoodi thedam3000 his second dam is Balrosa by BalrosaChief he by Mambrino YantesbyManbr1noKingRolling mare 221 Mr R E Goddard of Harrods burg in a letter to Mr Baker says in partdam is the data of my sorrel pair that I sold for 3750 and she is a very fine mare 116 hands high Besides this sorrel pair I sold another gelding out of her iin a team fpLS3OOO i 0 t e T C Vt- ur 3 F J f t ii as r all l v i AND THE Prier F I 0LDS Fret Trial Bureitr and Quickest Cure for all and TROUB LJSS or BACK I For the of 1906 thje Grass at offer a full stockt Of Fruit and tree ben ies Vines Ft uits etc We no and CaUt gues on tot1 VH F SONS Ioafprii Trouliic 3nkcr you ever c mklcr luv mu irtnj turmoIl In the world stIrred up by loafer Da and yi will ly yni will find that nhie of tin Con f and quarfolK tlsnt yau know oMn your town or started by loafor vh hud nobutl ness of their own to to and o rot busy with other neoples affairs lu the Hostess first violin jto spurting and guost Tjite Is Profcssor who leads the qunrtet you know Sporting Gu St thinking tto be several lonjjths eh anti the rcit nowhere What Punch la Inll r 1V At the same time and place I will stand my flat Jack BTTTGQEBEt= p at S8 to Insure a Living Colt Bill Goebel is a black Jacjkl with white points 15 hands high and is a sure foal getter He is by Big Mack he by Goy Wood dam of Bill Aliiocbel and outpfjclBYack Hawk VjennettVV This Jack is the best Jack in the countrytf Lien retained on colts of horse and jack until sqjison money iff paid j Care taken to prevent accidents but not shoild any occur IJ D I l i4t itw4t t tDWELLS P WELLS dk WELLS BROSThis new fiiii has succeeded the weJlkuown of McClure Wells and will continue in the same line of business Just ntwwe mill attention of the farmers to Field Seeds i4 KSTheClover and other Grass Seeds and Northern Seed yatsJi d g BUGGESWe will have the mbsifecompletfe 1ineofVBuggies and other vehicles ever handledl here and iftYJfte I4an inspection of our line soon as they are opened We leadin farming Implements of kinds it GASOLJNEWELLS BIO8I W PRINGFIELDKY tt e KILLYHECOUCH CURE LUNGS KingsNew TONSUMPTIONF SOctSlCK THROAT LUNG MONEY Trees Plants Vines spring Blue Nurseries Lexing tonVKy Oinamental Evergreen Shrub StraV Grape Small Rhubarb Asparagu employ Agent Strawberry General application HILLENHEYER IDill It hcsuJrJmJ Investigate eaeful iuIgIborli3lVV itttciKl Uurliugtou Ucpnbllcan LcnLVIntroducing nonnnulcnl JlujelbiIm hfelily teadseiabby Xothlngls Impossible rerlAMdcr ofCOriflt1iV str byReerl responsible BAkER firm C MTUMEY LEE lLEYJr fl11 New Livery Firm v 1 Tumey S Riley 701 ir f n- 1J Sticcsi or s 0 Haydon 6 Thompson Equipment FirstClass Feeding and Roar1ingVV j I1 in Every Respect Iforsesa SNcally fii f7 vl Your Palroriage Respectfully Sblicifedt Stable Located Between the Depot and Ih Walton Hotel l ip Louisville is Booming liltpeople within a raIlus of only 6 milesl It lerds the WORLD t 111ITjfl the manufacturing of jeans latin w gon 49 sewer pipe wooden boxes and in producing Vancf handIin whisky sole leather cement tiV 9 tobaccoaxhand1eSdplurnberssupp11eS Louisville is the home of thewrrtst organ factory in th world the lar tso p fectory i urban lines Louisrilie Is adtyof BEAUTI FUL HOMES its city property valuation ii 4- t A5kO o1V7 MERCALSCHOOL Enroil aithis school e iitt do THOR000H work and yoUll nsvr bs ViIiT- ilTSTLTTORIVlIESSC1tLEE terprislnkcttrWceLouUviUe NOW to Uw tinuioiaratteatt Catetog fre LOUISVILLE IcY = iJ It 4 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CjI nICoaroaATaD Long distance lines and telephone of this Company enable you to talk almost l anywhere In Southern Indiana 8otbemJ Illinois Kentucky TenMIAlpalppl 1 and Louisiana iWe can put you In quickVand satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country t We solicit your patronage Ratee reason able Equipments and facllltfee uneurj passed i JAMC9 C CALDWELL LtLAH HWNI t T I we j4- PrH44st I Qeal aaa e 1ey As 1J1 i uumu S r j DR JJL BURTON RKiDENT DENTIST x TEETH EXTRACTE- DW1THOUT PAIN p qvnccHiijpui Block up stIrs s UPRINGFIBLD KY 1 AllDenUl Work Strictly Firitclmss I br 1 H LAMPTON DR J C MOD- DLAMPTjW MUDD Pbjiiciis and Surgeons Office over Haydons Drugstore WJFGRIGSBY 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW 6e ow Peoples Bank- SPRINGFIELD KY F J l RoBAKDS M W FYAT RtBARDS HYATT Pljsicitis ind Surgeons Office over McElioy Sbultz 4RJH HOPPER 4PHYSICIAN and SDRGPH PHONES Office Over Office 97 Hagans Grocery Resk4ence71 JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL Iathffluker and Jeweler Carries line of Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing Specialty I Located on Main Street opposite Presbyterian church Springfield Ky PR i F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Penta work atreasonable prices f11 work guaranteed 4 SPRINGFIELD KY JOUN Y MAYSJ- UJERAl uiKttTOR AMDJICEKSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAYJ19f NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY Rail ad Schedu1ep Following is the time schedule now in effect on tile Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad No 41LLeayes Louisville a 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502pmi Bardstown 552 pm r arrives at Springneld 645 p m No 42Leaves Springfield at 630 am Bardstown 617 am Hard own Junction 705 am Iarrives at Louisville 7i55 fm No 48 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 830 anu Bardstown 1115 a m arrives at Springfield 1240 pro r M 044 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Baidstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm- 9oundayson1yLeaveso Springfield at 715 im Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935smSNo 91 Sundays only Leaves j Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards town 753 p m arrives at Springfield 4j 825plruT T D S MAIL FROM 0 SprIngfield I to iIIishurgL- eaves Springfield at 6 am arrives at Willisburg at 9 am JeaysWi1lisbUTg3pm arrives Springffeld 6 pm Passenger rat one way 50c Baggage e tra Reasonable rates Freight hauling Richard Riley Bonds Carriagee Ir w 6 Repair SSMv i I All kinds POd w rkandUI holstermg done Grain Cradles onhad for sale I have for sale now one new r h nd made bng y new handmade apriug wagon and a good gecond baud spring wa Kon I i wilt work cheaply for the iBoaey All work strictly cash WS BOND s l ineld Ky IwWiW H WW I Happenings of Interest ii- ii ITI 0 WINLocal Freshest and Latest I1 AIIAbout YourselT 9 FriendsTOPICSand Ac I tiMM Qc4t9wQc3w 4MM5 It will pay yoti to see ine if sou have todo pry and see J LjMlen Depot I lFonAnyrsize and llength r i t 0 W Stallingsjr 1 havebr aleia registered Polled 4rgqSj bull calf Can be seen at my farm at Simms t W H Smith Ajax enameled Ware double coaled only 25e 29c 35c the cheapest and best ever sold here For salo at J A Shaders FOR SALEA fouryear old jack 15 hiandhih black with white points GV FENWIOK EvFD No 4 WAITED To buy enough sawed lumber to build a stock barn Either oak or poplar Luther A Burns J W Pritcbard has bought out the interest of his partner Sherrard Weekly and will con tinue in the plumbing and tin ning business Mr Pri chard i a is first class workman and solicits a share of your patronage See advertisement in this issue The sack social given by the ladiesi of the Methodist church Tuesday evening was well pat ronized and netted about 110 Besides the social feature a very delectable lunch was served The proc ed will be applied on iiLprovemens on the church Miss Alice Joh1 son died of con sump ion at the home of her brother near St Rose Tuesday Deceased was daughter of the late Thomas 1 Johnson and was a young womaiilcf good cbris tian character The funeral tood place at SfyjRose on yester day morning j There will q9a oisket ball game at St Marys College Saturday March 10th at 2 pm in the college gymnasium b tween the Young fens Institute of Louisville ands MC The- Y MI have astrongtea and good game is promised all who attend Come and enjoy your self Admission 25c For the benefit of those who did not get to attend the play last week The Church Across the way will be reproduced at the Opera House Friday night March 9 New specialties have been added and p better play than lefora is promised Seats on sale at Red Gross Drug Store Popular prices Mrs Willardi Thompson of this place was called to Corbin Ky last week by the death of her sister Mrs Fonsy Reese MJrs Reese baJ other relatives at this place where she had often visited She had just returned froma visit toNewMexi co and was stopping at the home of Her sister Mrs J H Parker The funeral took place at Cor bin from the Catholic church ofr which the deceased Was a mem bar Recovered Damages A sheep killing dog casewhich Tittracte3 a good deal cf attention was tried in the circuitthis week and resulted fini a verdict for damages against the owner of the dogs Several weeks ago Mr Eljja Farrjsl who lives in the MooresviUe neighborhood lost several sheep by having them attacked by dogs Dogs beQnging to tylr William Goode wre suspected of doing the damage and Mr Farris filed suit against Mr Goode to recover the value of the sheep There wes some conflicting testimony Ias tofthe guilt of the dogs but jury evidently was satisfied that the damage had been done and awarded a verdict in favor of the plaintiff fori5 Marriedat Louisville The following announcement of marriage appeared in Tues days Times Otis Settle of Maud and Mjts Ophelia Yates of Mooresville prominent young people of Washington county were united in marriage this afternoon at 2 oclock by tbe Rev Mr Hutchinson of the Southern Baptist Theolpgical Seminary at the home of James t Brown 839 Sixth street The following friends of the couple came from Washington county to attend the wedding Misses Bettle Cummings EWe Robertson Nellie Haydon and Dora L Brown Dr Oscar Shew maker Dr b M Crurae the Rev R L Peoples Dr R TI Anderson and G H Thoben Deathof Willis G Adams Mr Willis G Adams a well knowncitizen of the county died at his home near Mackville Tues day from a complicai ion of dis eases The deceased as6e years of age and is survived by his wife and four sons and a daughter His daughters Mrs Pearl Clark of Indianapolis and his sons are Wallace Elva Walter and Dave Adams The fun eral toxiik place at St Dominic church yesterday Mr Adams was regarded as a hard working honest man and had many friends SCORED A HIT Did the Benefit Performance at the Opera House Last Week The largest audience ever as sembled in the Opera House greeted the cast furbe Church Across the Wayn last Friday evening and the few seats that were not occupied had been sold and only the inclement weather prevented what would otherwises have been a packed house The unanimous verdict is that it was the best performance ever pro dvced by any company before a Springfield audience That is a high encomium on local taent PIpsideration that none of the young people had had any special his trionic training to fit them for the finished manner in which they acquitted themselves in their respective parts The leading part was taken by Miss Lydia McElroy who as the per secuted one had the sympathy of the audience with her in her rendition of that character Miss Katherine Russell was tilE widow who was interested in the affairs cf the village at large and every resident therein in par ticular and so well did sbe per form her part that ft was evidetn her powers of impersonation arei especially good IMjs Sue Ray as the ministers sister wooed by Richard Heritage who was Will Waters was especially pleasing in that role Frank Noe asBiny an old negro mammy Drought down thehousa with his truly comic delineation of the negro character Lynn Bush and John Roberts the oungest members of the cafe t received much applause from the audience for the exceptionally creditable manner in which thlY performed their parts Both young men surprised and pleased the audience by their unusually good acting J Charles Greene as a detective added laurels to a well established reputation for doing well and gracefully any think he undertakes Will Waters and Frank No brought down the house by their duet singing of coon songs Miss Mary Faydon delighted the audieoce by her singing Miss Haydon is richjy endowed with a voiceof rare quality and her nnging was a delightful feature of the entertainment Miss Carrie Johnson one of Lebanons most attractive young ladies by her singing lent much to the pleasure of the evenings performance Her voice is of an unusual sweetness of tone and her singing was Well received by the audience Miss Katie Cain as pianist performed lher part in a most acceptable manner and delighted all lovers of music with her skill 4Jdr4c 4c4J Reduced I It fill pay you to Phoce me at the depot if you have bau1into do Try and seec e Old Rube ti is not ready to retire from busmessC2 JLA11enPH- ONE22 5 Itr C ful rendition of her selections accompanimentsI and in 1 few well chosen words Mr Bar rett spoke of the kindnes of the people to him iin the misfortune of his wifes ill ness and thankedl the public and those whose assistance made it possible to give the entertain ment Each individual composing the audience felt that he or she had c ntributed to a good cause and had received more than the value of the admission fee inI pleasure Horse Sale The combination nore sale of Wharton 4 Tapp attracted aI LIterdayt about 50 head of horses wer knocked off at prices ranging from 75 to175 PERS ct JI S B Thompson was in Lou isvilie Monday Mr C W Hagan was iin Leb anon Tuesday Mr John Y Mayes was ini Louisville Tuesday Dr J B RoBards has returq ed from Hendersonville N C Mr Alfred Delioney came I over to the horse sale yesterday Mir Theo Campbell was at Bardstown and Nazareth Tues day Mrs Robert Sutton and Ii3r babe arrived a from Newport Tuesday Mr arid Mrs Ivan Rogers spent a few days of last week at Lebanon MrF M Campbell is confintd to his room this week on account of illnessS Messrs Nick Ray and Frank Peters of Lebanon were here llast Sunday Mrs K B Thompson is vlsi ing her sister Mrs Will Curry in Louisville Mr andMrs Cap McKee of Shelbyville visited Mrs Mary L Dur4rett last week Mr Charles Green and Theo Campbell Were in Lebanon Sun day and Monday Mr Zagk Leachman and family left Tuesday for Iowa where hey expect to reside Mr W M Young visited his laughter Mrs G A Young iin Louisville last week Miss Minnie Wilson of Mal ion county visited Miss Martha Tucker last week Mr Rice McElroy wife and daughter Mrs Brown are visiting MrsM K Hayes Miss Hallie Huston of Maud attended the show at the Opera House fast Friday night Rev W H Williams left Mon day to visit his sister in St Louis Ue will return Saturday Mr Will Houston and sister Mfss Lydia Lee Houston of Maud were iq town yesterday Mrs L H Thurman spent a few days in Louisville with her sistsiIMrs H D Rodman last week Mis Will Hinon Davis and MrsEwing off Boyle county revisiting Mrs Lucien Greg ory Miss Emily Russell returned to Louisville Wednesday tore sume her studies at the GraySt Infirmary Mr Mam ie Moore and daughter Miss Fran es of Lebanon were guests of Mrs P M Marin last Saturday I Mrs Judson A Boulware and Mrs Garland Cunningham en tertain this afternoon at the residence of the former Mrs Frederick Manget of Louisville is at home with her parents Mr and Mrs John W Lewis for a few days Mrs W K Robertson is in the inilrroary at Lebanon for medical treatment Mrs Mar garet Bettus is with her Mr C C McChord came home Monday to attend to business in court Tuesday and returned to Frnkfort Wednesday Mr Spalding Clements who has been at Rome Oity Ind for the benefit of his bealtht returned Tuesday wuchimproved Mr Charles Wells and family have arrived from their home at Fairfield and will move into the Thurman house on Covington venue Mrs J C McElroy entertained twelve friends tast Saturday afternoon at flinch in honor of of Misses Corrie Johnson and Sue Ray Miss Mary Leavell arrived f Kolomo Wire Fence t iThe Best Farm Fence Madeff presenting the Pioneer Square Mes Field and Hog tin to thepublic we do so with the assurance that it is as tear mechanically perfoct as it is possible to co- nS structa fence Great care has been taken to embody these fences all the essential qualities recess ry to inffefficent under every condition in which fence is fit the yery highest grade of galvanized wire is used in construction all the line wires are wade from high carbon steel coiled or corrugated so that expansion and tA contraction in hot or cold weather is amply provided We parry this fce in several sizes suitable lo lorffent purposes and will recommend it above alll others 1 durability strength ana convenience in handling if It is the Cheapest Because it is ne jjLt f t CaHaiid gel pric s i f t Haydon Barber v v Sole Agents i We also handle the American Steel Wire Fence 44c from California Monday to visit Her sister Mrs Mait Mayes Sne will visit otfcer relatives ini the state before going to Panama where she will join her brother Held Up Arid Robbed Oakland Californiapapers re ceived here recently givea sensational account of a daring hold up and robbery in which a for mer Springfield yoimg msn figured as the victim Mr J mes H Edelen who has been living at Oakland for several years was attacked by footpads one night last week and releived of 30750 in money and a 90 gold watch Mr Edelen says that he was knocked down and an attempt was made to administer chloro form to render him unconscious Tlw robbers g taway with their booty and left Mr Edelen badly used up from their rough treatment Mr Edelen bad been in money lending business at Oakland and on the evening of the holdup had re ceived a sum of money from some customers and hd it on his person Mr Edelen has many friends in Springfield who willi regret to hear of hisniishap He is a son of Mr George Edelen of the county and before going California wes cleik in the Peo pies Deposit Bank of tbfs Vace ORSESALEI IOn Friday March 16 1906 at 1 oclock pmat my barns OIl the Nichols place 4 miles north of Springfield on the Willisburj pike I will sell about 25 HEAD OF HORSES Mares and Mules These horse were bought to sell and ever horse offered will be sold withou reserve or bybid A writte guarantee given with each horse to be as represented A fee of one dollar is charge don all outside horses If the horse is not sold the fee of a dollar goes to the bidder BYON PARKS For Sale Duroc Jersey pigs males weighing about 80 Ibs eligtbU to registerS R AMcE tOY LErCERJIST List of letters remaining un called for in the Springfield ICy P a weekending Mr i o- GSHBest Will Blandford Mrs Ida Hickerspn Miss Annie Good Mrs A C Lucas MISS Lula M Lucas Wallace McHenry Ben Miles Karl Wojkafka v Persons coning rOl tine e letters will please say advertised1 and give date oflist W AWatCrSPM A LWelv Tu sIc with that Did enemy of the race Constipation often ends in Ap pendicitis To avoid all serious tuble rowith Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pills They perfectly regu lat these organs without pain ior jliacomfort 25c atC J Hay dn d ugaist PUBLIC S41El I As Administrator of the estate of Oliver Croke Deceased I will on Thursday March 22 begining at 1 oclock p mon the prem ises at Croake station oferfoJ sale the following persoqal property 1 old brood mare 1 horse coj one year old this Spring 1 baj mare two years old this Spring Clydesdale 1 damp cart and harness 1 onahorsedrill 1 cutting box 1 corn sheller 1 mans saddle fiicultivaCori hay rake 1 binder laid corn planter i oldmoweis 1 old reaper 1 disk harrow 1 disk drill 1A harrow 1 wheat fan 1 wagon 3 stack of hay biaqksmith tools 1 good mow r 1 cider mill Isurrev 2 old work mules 6 milk cows and some corp Terms made known on day oi sleJ r S MCampbell Auctioneer Everett Croake Administrator Horses Bought andi Sold I am in the hors dealing busi ness and parties desiring good work horses or borses for anj purpose will do well to call en me I am also in the market t buy horses and will give ful va1u G F Carpenter For Sale Wljite Plymouth Rock Cocker els FishelstraiIi100 each Full grown vigorous birs Mrs E L DAVISON TB Best t Safari The best safeguard atralnst bead ache cons ipatio and liver trouble Is De Witts Little Early Riser Keep a yial of thess famous little pillf jin tbe bouse and take a dose at bedtime when YOU feel that tbe tomach and bowels need cleansing The dont gripe fold by all druggists ICoeajMnrrlouc In There is not much difficulty in marry- Ing oft a daughter In Korea Where there are dcf pete suoli as feeble health paralysis defoniltles etc an export Intermediary who knows how to con ceal them Is employed It Is her IhwIj nCi to make the girl preseatable to tlitij parepts or the suitor As the brIde thlldarecoil he lIs obliged to make the best oi the situation In marrying Korean girls are not exempt from contributing to tile support ot the family This ap pUS tot Cigrande dame as well as tbI mbIesFpjasant Tidies of rank whc 1110 become Impoverished and ar oViIged to support themselves may earn a livelihood by knitting or rearing silk wormsf A SloUicrn Command Wlulftm Brookileld the English dlj jlne used to tell this story The nesj bishop of New Zealand In a tnreweJ and pathetic interview with his mothJ his was thiier after appointment dressed by tier In such sequence ai sobs juid tears would permit I suppose they will eat you my dear Itljj to think otherwise but l suppose the will Well we will leave it In the hands of Providence But if they do mind my dear and illsnirrno with them Propriety nnd Clothe those9taUfor they not only hide their faces bu walk about under a small tent which requires the assistance of a servant tq beatthatfor propriety for in Africa female ref spectabll1ty Is In Inverse ration to th quality of clothes wotuEllots flEast frlff SStIKutltlcU ioa Decree 1Obtractive to be restricted to one h bnndNew York Press 11Stub1I Sex notice PeciilUrltr thntyotr refer to a IJ its feminine Why so renn Tnty are so afraldvof BiIccT Cbicago New t r jJLr = xt i 4- t MAKES OLD THINGS NEW BffttVttetrb a iroodcriI ItvBlauiketi Lttjir ly nnneccflMrj It is not a iptaUi M a F1diEever It in apUe with a piece of chtm CA lCfl0experience kneccM rj Ko drying wait for RcmoTOtalt cmtch g CL stains dirt dullneM It canbeapp1Wn 3li toany finish With beneficial e3ts fat lmTiEj1t1 ural wood as well as any colorof p Iatiral bebetterfocacofiqnktvecPEc4- MTTp IMA Omer will improve even the ot tbeautif 1furniture ItwiJ1 take thatoky look frpm the Piano anaother Mahogany and fe highly baa ficial to GoldenO tWhiteEntmelGilt Silver andbthecfinklM- ttUMK I ur aells at 50 cents a bottle and z bottle eoosghto t renovate th RlBii i2ie Try it and you will always buY It A few trla1bpjat lOc each SOLD BY TWNL The Red Cross Drug Store r rr dOplOCK X QO6QOQ XXX0OOOOO 1oooo YDSI Tobacco I CottonI i AT RIGHT PRICES Having fought beforeihe advance we are nabled 10 quoKvery satisfactory figures After the stockl on hand is so1iut we will have to pay ldrer i cent advance on ieorders Buy Now and Saye t Money t j iWeAre now recei vipg our spring stock of Ladies Fine Shoes r- The Ziegler mikel i the line surpasse all former seasons and we would be gad to show you the new stles 4 Special Attradtio sT 9 in Swiss and Jico etmbroideries andallkmdsof Laces x J See our new wash goods before thy are picked over Theyare especially good New Dress Goods today We are anxious to show goods Please aniYlDii ROBERTSON BRGj OOOOO6Ok OObOCKXXjk 6oQo oov oooo GGOQ The First Natron1Bank t SPRINGFIELD KY lS Surplus liapiIISOOOO and Undivided Pr fis 2SOOO JtS OFFICERS B L Litsey President John W Lewis VicePresidemt s A McElroy Cashier LB Cain AsslstantOuhler R E- oI Foster BookKeeper I DInE ORSDJfLitley J W llewis Sidtiey Green P M Cap bell R H Edelen H M Grundy John O PolIaS 4 IIWe grant every faor consistent with safe banking Your busi ness respectfully solicited t S1U1tIIf MARKS GREEN the old Reliable Manufacturers f iand Dealers in all kiids of LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES l SASH DPORS BLINDS 1 i hffWe handle the celebrated f f Mixed Cannel Coal i c Cantbet Bet t St4We are sole aents for + ACME CLMENT PLASTR i t The Best on Earth Prices Right I j- t Office and Yards iJoctor andflaiiroadStreets SpHngfI1e1i Ky j L hlJ fE p tJOHN SHDCIC MCELROY 0 1f4 o l t MIroy fr Wharton fiiMiirancef Real Estate Agii kkjj f 5 Firt Lift w TorakJiI t t 8 i S3Laud1iti 1iot i Qffic5 cVsr Peoples Bank 1 tlweW+ i Dollar Wheat s t N Yttt t has- rlh ftI Ji1I 1 frWi ihpbli8tna President Everett of t11jeJmicn Society gfEfuityorderiii strike of its j JIJbjQpO memijers Saturday He tti456piea6tt the call to mew tore of the society and 303000 other farmers The society bs stablishel a Vg printing pthere and will conduct a caWpaign of education among yu farmers That buyeis at jt v western market centers Ii art becoming alarmed nt the 1 r p expecttJof tbe united action 9 apng farmers along the lines ct1bl Everett was evi d4 that When some of their j ftiUvec came here to fad ou what he is doing The success f the strike will depend o how many farmers agree to withhold ther products until tbey get word from tin society when tojetthe real slogan of the t raof tmenti which was originated ovl two years ago by Everitt when he started to organize tbe I American Society of Equity He was formerly in the seed busi tHM here and became a student of market conditions as they af fect the farmers From the time he inaugurated the movement ha ougbtto instill in the t ffiiudsi of the farmers that they yooou1c control the market by re fusing to market their wheat pit other producis until they could get their own prices Th6 Society of Equity is in reality a union of farmers formea for the purpose of governing the prices of their products just as the mmes and other laborers haye organized to fix the prices of their work Bnt little attention was paid to the society here and it was not known until Friday that it now has over 2Q0 meD i fiers representing practically every locality in the country and the membership is growing brlleaps and bounds Although the call for the strike wbic is to take place March 1 was not r prepared until Friday farmers throughout the country have i been aware that it was coming and it is understood they baye made preparations accordingly Everett has had scores of skill 4ful organizers in the western states for sometime and reports from them indicate that farmers 4there are eager to join the so- cietY Everetts plan now is to keep the farmers of Minnesota from sending their spring wheat to them rk t 0 nterers and to induce the Kansas farmers to keep out with their winter wheat Ifhe can accomplish that he is sore that by next fall the farmers throughout the en tire ountry will be able to get a f dollar a bushel for the wheat the v cin raise There are many members of the Society in Ken tucky There are 2500 members in Ohio county and 2 000 in Daviess The Owetsboro Ms sciigeroays the members in that county will obey the strike order The Strenuous Life Resulfs In Stomach Troubles and Physical Breakdown The RcdICross Drugstore Offers t S cSlmpIe Remedy The strenuous Ufa of modern times forces people to rusb through their meals hastily bur ryiqg from the table in the mad rash after the almighty dollar The result iis incomplete diges won inflammation of the walls of vue t iwaebid lack of secre iou of the gastic juices ending in chronic stomach troubles and nervous ore ltdJw1 Q ow much brttjr it wou3 bete titti more s oAlV cure the stom ach troubles with Mio na and oon regain perfect health The Iteadaches sieeplessnesc nerv ails troubles pall after eating specks before the eyes back aCbeF melancholy and gloomy J foredoding would be soon over come and perfrct hettb ad strengln Would be restored So reliable isMio ain curing all forms of stomach weaknessr aod troubes that the Red Cross Drug Store gives a signed guarn a tf e that the remedy will cost you nothing unless it cures Each box ofMionastlls for 50 centI and as invaluable to any on who jolBftiJS Aith indigestion 9 rvoiies or weak stomach mIIlmtua71 N adMlUugkt- 1A ai v 1I Ev 1YII Two Minutes Physicians tell jus that all the blood in a healthy human body passes through the heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole body suffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason w- hySCOTTS EMULSIONis it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomach a double advan tage in this Less work for the jstomachjjKebenefits benefitsT0ofgo4with theleast pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion dogs just that A chang for the better takes place even beJfore you expect it We will send you a sample free Be lure that this picture In the turin of a label on the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT k BOWNE Chemist 409 Pearl St N 5ocentiti4Ioo All ctl1llPta BARNYARD Comfortable ifor the ia Smm mer aad la Wister We find that a covered barnyard stilts us wo erlunytllYe made It In a cheap way We pet posts in the ground three feet deep end eight feet bore ground set then as to make a shed 30 by 40 feetthnd lajd poles on top for plates and rails across dn top of which is the straw stack All around the outside Is sided up with boards except openings for floors and one opening which is open all the time and is four feet wide We have the permanent opening uext the burn so that the wind will not blow lu We also haje two stalls in side of the shed to use when needed FLAX OP A COVEHED BABX7ABD The dotted fine shows where we build an outside pen and let the straw come down on it to the ground mak ing a very warm nice place Inside for stoeIVSince we have had this shed we only let the cows In their stalls In the barn to be milked and to eat their grain There has been no cleaning stables for three years and the rows are always as clean In winter as In summer as it Is known that a cow will never He down in a foul place if she can find a clean one And the shed can be kept bcddd up and clean We have feed racks In the shed so that the stock does not ueed to be out in storms at all Also i snIt box where they have salt all the time We keep from nlne to twelvefold in this sized shed and they arc comfortable We have the siding nailed to sep arate pieces so that when we haul manure the siding can be taken off like n barn door and carried out of the way Then teams and wagons are driven through the shed anywhere The parti tIon to stalls is the same to be lifted up and carried to one side Some peo pie might find objections to It but the cattle have none In summer they hide away from the files and In winter are out of the cofd and storms all the time concludes an Ohio Farmer correspond ent who describes this shed A Neat Neat Bo An excellent pnlr9f nets is made from an orange box from which both top and bottom have been removed Place the box on Itp side and nail a strip of the removed Nvpod upon bottom to make the front as shown Then hinge the box to the wall by the top as Jnt SELF CLKAXIXO NEST Indicated in thc utThe box will rest flrly apalnstlie wall hud can be pro- sided with nestIng material Wh JlthISlSsollcj and broken the box car the position shown In tIll cut the Jiiaterlal In the uestc will fall to the flog leaving the bo rlnau Now nIuX Home tend WASHINGTON LETTER Special COrrlllponJ nceIThe proposed heroic statue of Gen eral Ulysses 8 Grant probably will not be llocated on the Union station plaza This much is Indicated by the action InItormedColonelfit of the Grant that they are not in favor of locating theGrant monument opposite the great railway terminal Their report Is based on a statement by the architects of the tlnion station the gist of which is That the proposed monument Is rec tangular in shape and is about 70 feet wide and 200 feet long It consists of three principal motives the central fig are of Grant ail J two hanking groups of artillery and cavalry each of the two groups being about a hundred feet distant from the central figure The station plaza is vsemlclrcular in shape and Its contour Is determined within narrow limits by the angles of existing streets The plan of the plaza contains three centers or focal points each of which is on the center line of two streets entering tbe plaza and tho original scheme of treatment ofJha pl tn us whoso location at the three focal points would place a glistening dome of water iti tho vista of all principal streets approach Ing the station constituting an effect of r exceeding beauty Confusion of Effect The three focal points which nrepart of the street system and cannot be changed are not in a straight line the center one being farther out from the station than the other two To locate the Grant monument in the center of the plaza without mbdlfying either the monument or the plaza would give a composite of six elements re sultlngln a confusion of effect It would therefore seem that the two co compositions monument and plaza are not mutually adaptable The monument would suffer In scale by being placed so close to the large building Being 200 feet long it would also offer an obstacle to the movement of IIlarge numbers of people In and out of the station from the plaza which has always been regarded as a very impor tant matter Fifty Year In Office James H McKenney clerk of the supreme court will soon complete fifty years service with that tribunal Since the organization of the court with John Jay as chief Justice in 1789 there have been only eight chief justices and seven clerks Mr McKenney became an em ployee of the court when Roger B Ta ocr was tlhlef Justice Later lie wasP appointed deputy clerk and twentysix rears ago became cleric Only two olh r capitol employees have longar terms of service to their credit They are Captain John Chaueey1 who holds a po sition on the floor of the house and an employee of the senate Long terms of ervlce are not unusual among supremo ourt officials Biography of Secretary OaT Minister Gonzales de Quesada of Cuba Professor J McBrlde Sterrett of George Washington university and Henry T Domer all members of the Greek letter society Theta Delta Chi live presented to President Roosevelt a blograptiy of the late Secretary of State John Hay who was a member of the society The biography waS pro pared from a fraternity point df view The Iresldent expressed to the com mittee his appreciation of the gift and spoke incidentally of the distinguished character and services of Mr Hay and of his own personal rregard for him Washington Po tofllce An effort will be made by the postmaster general to have congress appro priate money for the purchase land adjacent to the new Union station where may be erected wa commodious building to accommodate the WashingS ton city poatofflce the division of sup plies of the postofllce department and tbcmall bag repair shop A recommen dation to this effect has been made byI the first assistant postmaster general Mr Hitchcock and it is understood meets with tile hearty approval of Mr CoYtelyou Postmaster Merrltt of the 4ocal office was advised concerning the plan and Ire too expressed himself us being In favor of it Mr Merrltt up pointed a committee of three to investi gate the plan and the report of this committee was also favorable President Thanked Rev J J Curran of Wllkcsnarre Pa treasurer of the Catholic Total Ab- stInence Union of America has presented to the president beautifully en grossed resolutions of thanks suitably framed The resolutions recite that the presence and address of the presi dent on the occasion of the tblrtyflfth annual convention of the union at Vllkesbarre In August last imparted strength end elllcney to the cause of temperance throughout the lund The resolutions follow jwith thanks to the president und extend the uppre elation of all the members of the order pledging him qur love our loyalty and earnest cooperation In nUjthat he may undertake for the glory of God the happiness of mankind and the better ment of the world at large Capital XotrV Attorney aourn ilecriv has rcnilor m an oninlou ttir Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls Murages and lessens ambition beauty vigor I Ii 1and cheerfulness soon jj disappear when the kid neys are out of orderI or diseased Kidney trouble has prevalentthat f for a child to be bornI afflicted with weak kid neys If tIe childurln ates tco often If the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bed wetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble arid the first atep should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant thekidneysmost people suppose Women as wall as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy ofSwampRootby druggists In fcent and one sizes Youmayba fjfIYIlsample bottle by SwampRootIngthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Blnghimton N YI be sure andI mention this piper Tp ri Iiiii i 1 tt it A Louisville Daily Pap r and The News I- g A LLeaderd ffor 2200 J U jFor a limited time we are able to offer the reading public the very best o pOIturijty to secure a wide 4awake daily newspaper published in Louisville at a price so low that ft is actually less than the white r paper on which It IS printed If you are taking the News Leader you can renew YOur subsciiption and get the advantage of thIs offer J S4 I f The Subscription Price of the Louisville Daily Herald isi 3300 The Subscription Price of theleisLeader is I10T r i pirwwwtrsend you bofh Papers for Ifhe Year for 200 i t The Louisville Herald gives as good a market report as any paper published in Louisville and is t ojS4 handling a great deal of news that cannot be found in any other paper This offer IS only made for a 44 limited time and may ba withdrawn any week by the Herald so take advantage at once Send all 1 W SubscriPtionsto t- T g THET NEWSIEADCR Springfield K yJI 1t V vtj VJW JWJ vt JJ vvV vV CVJ vVi J vtJ J 7 I r r r r r r r r r r rtie 4ao1 r r J1 f n uuimng that it will be lawful fir Inc head of the department of Ttprlculture to publish the flames of dealers who sell adulterated seedVPublic IrintcrStillings hast requested the civil service commission to verify the list of employees of the olllce to find out whether any have been appoint ed without proper qualifications under the law Ho sold his plan was to put the liston a basis where political pun would cease to be h factor fCARl SCUOKIELD The Interot on the Ionn Have you ever been to a wealthy acquaintance when you were rather hard pressed inquired one of two and intimated that n small loan 50 31r 100 would help you along ninuz nglyVHis friend shook his head Then dont go continued the first speaker Go without let your beard grow and your trousers fray wear n rusty collar on your overco t imagine that youre getting too stout and per suede 3oiirs lf that one meal a day Js better for you than three pinch deny yourself starve If you must but dont borrow Not that youll always Ue re wontIsand times worse When you approach one of these fellows for money its his inning lie may be pretty loose mOrally himself but youd think to hear him talk that hed been th menus of bringing Jona than Edwards tp grace Ills intimate knowledge of you and every blessed one Of your shortcomings is something wonderful and startling He doesnt omit a single fault or defect and his Interest in you puzzles you lies that solemn and his face is that long that ooks as f he might brcal down aid cry at any minute Before hes half through youre feeling In your pockets to see if you cant lend money to him And the surprising thing about ft Is that he has you right He draws u Part feet likeness You wonder who told him Summed up youre improvidcnti You suspected as much lathe end yod may get it but youve earned Itllnl1 two or three thousand besides Provi dence Journal 1 Had or Hand Full The death of Senator David Vurk tho oldest member of Canadian parliament recalls an anecdote which Illustrates his remarkable Independ enc At the age of 101 he was still holding sent which had bleu lets for almost half n century During his last years his family been worried about his habit of traveling alone In midwinter from hiK home In Frederick ton xn to his post at Ottawa They urged him to lot his daughter accom pany him Senator Wnrk would leave none of leer A mnn of my age ho said has all lie can ilo takllig care of himself without leaving a woman to look after Boston Transcript The Word lie Knew In one of the public schools of Brook lyn borough attended by Italian chil dren Usmall girl asked permission for her Httle brothcr to be allowed to re main with hipiits tbere would be no one at home to look after him Thee teacher said yes adding the precaution If he Is good The black eyed curly haired cheap of four was plainly de lighted to be a visitor and lkept still as- a mouse for an hour or so Then he began to talk cued nil thee efforts of the teacjner ttd repress him proved futile He was not saucy but he did not weleImemtl call uport tile sister to interpret the coniniand for silence The lstor glared at the little fellow and said Shut up The boy obeyed Instantly and was quiet until the end of the session lie was accustomed to plain Eugiish wd was not dblo to comprehend any polite request Brooklyn Eagle WIlY the Sea In Green Thee green color of ocean water do ponds upon the number of medusae and other minute animal tomes which inhabit it The deep green northers spas literal swarm with these minis ture creatures la sonic places nsI ninny as 12S of them have been tO JUt In a single cubic Inch of water In tills proportion a cubic foot of water would contain 11S4 a cubic fathom 17770744 and a cubic mile 48770000 Prom soundings made In the dIstricts where these creatures are touted in such immense numbers it is probable thaMbe waters will average a mile in 0cCUpyltheed however the depth to which they extend is but 250 fathoms the above Immense number of one species inay occur within u space of one square mile a HAILSTONES The Way They Are Formed and lion Tier Grow In Their Flight If one would know how a hailstone Is formed he must first dissect it He will find that it is composed of a quantity of tiny crystals arranged in concentric ring or zones and each zone in turn will heave its evidence to give concerning thee making of the hail stone ou ItA vay to the earth An atom of dust is the nucleus of each hailstone These ut011J of dust pervade every lliDt of the itinosphcro and are found not only in the lower eu1jtJiemtotalus So that no matter whether samples of air are obtained Uy balloon ists or mountain climbers minute par tioles of dust are always to be found in them It is coming to be believed that without these atoms of dust upon which the moisture ot thn air can settle there would be no riiluilropsuo fog no snow dew clouds or hail Without these minute platforms us they are called upon which the moisture condenses as it alights rain would be continually pouring down upon the earth These motes keep the atmos phere buoyed up till such times us cir cumstances compel thein to yield up the supplies they have collected If a little vapor should Happen to condense on u particle of dust floating aimlessly about in the air there is the begin icing of what undir favorable circum stunces will becJ ue a full sized hall stone t The hailstone to attain great size must plunge to the earth from a great height The clouds which float at the greatest distance from the earth are those known us the cirrus and are often many miles above the tops of the high est mountains If the beginning of a hailstorm can only dive to the earth from this height it will In its headlong flight pass through strata of air dif fering very much us regards tempera ture cued inolsturc and these are cir cumstances most favorable to its de velopment But before it cnn begin Its descent It must find some way of being carried up to these heights So tiles journey Is made by getting into the way of one of the strong ascensional currents which spring upward from almost every part of the earths surface In such a place It Is not long before dustImoisture takes depends upon circuit stuiu oJ but here are many possibili ties before it It may crystallize us a tiny pellet of snow or may take the shape of an Ice crystal or simply the form otn frozen raindrop Any of those shapes will serve as flu oxcellcnt bcglunlng tar a further Change It Is easily understood that the force of gravitation lens been constantly pull ing ibIs atom ofdifst and its congealed moisture toward the ground As It starts on its Journey buck to the earth it will pass through strata of air which differ greatly in moisture and temper ature Some of the air will be above the freezing point and other layers will be below Jt while It will be no uncom mon thIng for flee hailstone to dash through u cloud some thousands of feet thlcklhe hailstone Itself with Its heart of Ice is always below the frcez Intr point so that any moisture which Fettle upoiylt is promptly frozen and forms a girdle of ice about the nucleus When the ImlUtoiic passes through the cur that Is below the freezing pont the moisture settles upon Jt In the form tlJeIother huful when uir is moistcnoU and itsrmoKture Isnbove thtt freezing point herald the girdle of ice lsoiYhlUeNOv- York The JJivlnw like Thee name ot the Swiss Is generally identified with thee long pike of the eighteen foot shaft cued most gallant attttinpts have betn made by writers to provy tliat this celebrattHl weapon was u Sulss Invention anJ employed by the con edllifef from tha first Tho point however Is one xhat must remain un certain for tile earliest mention of tha long pike Is found iuun order address ed In 1327 by Count Philip of Savo to tile burghers df Turin and no oat can toll whether the Savoyards borrov ed It from the SVlsl or the SwIss from the Savoyards The primltlVe weapons of all iufantrj seem to be the spear and shield The Milanese fought with such spears and pikes eight or ten feet in length nt Legnam thee Scotch at Falkirk and the Fleer lags at Courtitil so that it is impossible really fo predi cate of any one nation that It added the requisite number of feet to make the weapons shaft In order to make it a long pike There is no mention of pikes In the battles of the Swiss until Sempnch nnd It is probable that in that action they were not above ten feet In Jenctn Macmllfans Magazine a r n n To Cure a Cold in One Day TcIk Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A P1I aft V CU lox 25cSevtaMk KecsoMkipAStl2 oats TM Signature JrFt HDWES Q tASStL Somethln New and entirely dfTenrt from tb old style Made in regular read ing glasses and in near sighted and far sighted glasses coinbine d Cost no more than the old styl uperior in every way t tWe Guarantee them and will promptly refum money if the failt to gtve perfectt satisfaction If you have any eye troublewrrte usmentioning- his i paperandvel1 tell you how to get a pair ofCT ricoiq Glasses that will relieve your rouble iits not incurable T J Howe Co Optician Louisville Ky lL f IInntine Cnttlnqri In regard to cuttings made in the au tumn Irofessor J C Whittcn of Mis sourl says Upon the approach of spring as early as the soil can be worked and before the buds have begun to grow on thcai they should be planted out in good garden soil The rows should be about four feet apart to admit of easy cultivation need the cuttings should beset very firmly In thesoll so as to leave no air spaces about thorn need Set deep enough so only the uppermost bud Is above the ground They should then be given clean cultl atlon aid hoed to keep down all weds luring the slim mer when usually an excellent growth of plants wlU be secured why IaItt- F Of nil Uio Inhabltailts ly this country thc southern people ought to be fore mot in demanding a parcels post They are nt the mercy of express and rail toad companies neat some of them are obliged to go without needed articles because they cannot afford to paj trims pollution A parcels post would bring them within reach of the best market and also compel the common carriers to be fair Why 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