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I 7 f I Irnze3I il rBLJSHi j I MEW SERIES YQL XllINOJfiiI rt WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 15 1906 100 PER YEAR Ti Tittccf Sheers ifewish to state to our friends thrpughout the tobacio growi- ni g sections that we are not conneo ted directly or indirectly i any other warehouse or wares house company We conduct a Strictly Inde pendent Tobacco Warehouse Commission businessc CABRIDGESCO- Proprietors Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Lonisville Ky 406t OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIEID courfty seatof Washington County 52 miles south east of i exinVton 59 miles from CpnisyiHe on Bardstowa branch of IfOmisville and Nashville railroad in a fanning and agricultural district Two Bankstelegraph and telephone tines express office flour mills lumber yUrts Population 1100 population of f county 15QO- ORepresentative in Congress HoI D H Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis lature Hon W D Claybrooke r Represcatative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon K- y5coufl9Irectory CIKCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May tnd Octo Mr JHThurman Judge R iipurham Comm oqwea1th At toraeyJg1 Campbell Clerk MVG fceacbman Master CoiimiS- S oner I QUARTERLY COURT Quarferly Court is held ron the third s ifondayrn eachmonth j B It Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT i County CXtirt meets on the fourth Monday in etch mouth BL Lithe Judge W r Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorneyj CatlettJailer3VGeorge Sidney Osbourne Sheriff t SaniAndersonV I B PowellS VHerbrtEddIeman Deputlel Ed asters t James FV Moore County Surveyor T P OBryan AssessorV DeputyII WV T Mitchell Robert Noe Treasurer JiM Montgomery CoronerV j W Bush Sqpt ofV Common Schoolf PO Springfield I CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal Wi F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jntice Courts are held in January April July and rIC hurch Directory METH DIST CHURCH RevG W Lyon Pastor Ser Tices an the First and Third Sundays In each month at 11 a m and 730 pm Sunday School every Sunday atlOam Prayer mteting every Wednesday aigLtVCATHOLICICEURCH evPF Hennessar Pastor Ser rlccs every Sunday at8 and 10 oclock iSmVQScrvicesl atjosesarne hours I CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev W T WaldenV Pastor Seyic tyery Sunday JPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH if vrRcvVlr D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 VamV Sand at I pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meetin every Thursday evening at 7 oock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Hart son Williams Lot Preaching every Sunday at II am and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at930 a m Prayer meeting very Tuesday eyeuiug at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge 1r No 50 meets firat and third Mouday teach month- WashingtonR A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Sfin field Council JSo52 meets very lourthJMoriday KNIGHTS of TEE MACAHEBS Meet VV f i J ti Imc FOLEYS H oitEYUDTAftl fttvuiif Striw Itisiilfs FrsaCs1d1- Remember i the Fttoys NMNf ami Tar VUOfl having the genuine TfcfM a4i ZIP He SOQ- Pr d 14y lI- yrr ltfIr ch1c Vr Tf1N 1 EWS=LErADRlr t tSPRINGFIELD 1iWmwro SSft fitfWWi lridiU wtiiWU rtftftl tfOtiHS 1 IIoI A ROUND OF TaLK 1 OO 3 iy the Spring was Late IBy Cora A MatsoDolson Poor deluded violet whiter and Shy anIragrantV Lifted up her face before March that rowdy vagrant Thinks me April grumbled March hr1Since f Ill be gentle to her It will make the springtime late for just so much howling Must the wind do Knd twill sett qlingBut quiet under coverVAnd the bluebird called to sing his weet song abovetjierV Asked thejsoft green grass to start for her guarding pillow And the honey bee toVsray round the wakingwilloivV And we human folk Jlooked on blindly glad declaring Winter past and steps of spring down the waysidefarinfrV When the violet withered March V7rent his bonds asunder Sent the wild winds racingV and snowedthe hillside VimlerV Thought e April grumbled iarcl- How could I undo her Now we make up for the time I was gentle to her EMPERANCE BiLL The Z advocates throughout the State are much elated ovar the passage in the Legislature of the County Unit bill w hich it is thought wilt open the way for voting the sale of liquor entirely out of many counties of the Stae With the exception of cities Of the first four classes the c junty is made a unit and upon the action of the county as a whole depends the sale oflquorin any of thCitieS below the fourth class In other words the people of the entire county may vote on the question as to Whether or liquor shall the soldany precinct or town in the county below the fourth class The law may some day seriously effect the liquor trade of Springfield as the town is only a fifth claSs city and the county woul4 vdteits a unit oh the question of granting Ii cense to sell whiskey any point in the countyV 4V Irefield and other points throughout the county bave gone into an association for the promotion of their business interests and protection It iis claimed for the organization tbat it will benefit Maysandlwill standing among jbhem which will at least result irf good to their interests One sped 1 benefit t the organization will do It has marked for slaughter the pro fessional dead be4tor the jel6w who deliberately buys goods on credit and never pays There are unfortunately quite a number of this class of citizens in thf county and the merchants have suffered severely at their hands Their methods are the samp They fill f ttad with a certain merchant until pressed for pay when they will goon to the next store and do the same The merchants who belong to this assoc ation will keep close tab on such customers and they will be reported and other merchants will be warned topeon their guard This will undouotedly break up the dead beat practice and will be ofben fit to the merchant and the customer alike EveryJLSmer We have the great manu facturers trust and the rail read trusts and cqmpinations and even the cross roadjstores organ 1izebut the farmer off of whom thy all live refuses to organize cBe is cjntent to toilon and on nd take wha he is offered for his products Farmers in certain parts of tIle count areawaken ing to their needs bowfiver and the prediction is made that the American farmer wilts on assert himself and Organize for his own interests r fj a PEAKS WELL Another ofr hastgone i county a single cohyictiqn on a felony Not only that there was onl yon man trid on a felony charge ccV =and the jury notenougl convinced of his guilt to agree on a conviction This certainly p yaks well lor the good orde good morals of the county land Foctors ore PuzzIcl The remarkable recoverv ol Kenneth Mclver of Vanceboro Ie is the subject of much tin terest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his case OWl Zto severe inflamation of the fhroat and congestion of the lungs three doctors gave me up to die wuen as a last rcuort I was in inducodto tryDr Kings New Discovery and I am happy to say it saved my life Cures the worst coughs and colds bran chitis toDsilitis weak lung3 hoarsness and la grippp Guar anteed at C J Haynons drug store 50c aVndlITriaI bottle freeVV Eggs ESV forsalelWhJtemouth Rock Single Comb Brown LeghQrn eggs at 75 cents for 15 Nazareth Bildings Completed Tuesday Feb 27 was a greitt day for he Sisters of Nazareth near Bardstown as it marked the blessing and final completion of the new building which has been in course of erection for the past eighteen months Just dn the site of the old building where the foundations ivere dug groqndImany instances had to ba filled before work could proceel Thc building is a handsome one of brick costing in the neighbor hood of 60000 aud across the front is a large colonial purch Up in a niche in the facade tis a Carrara marble statue ofVStI Vincent de Paul Father Cro nun Vicar General of the diocese and Ecclesiastical Su oerior of Nazareth officiated on the oc casiou in the absence of Bishop McOloskey who was kept at home by the inclement weather After the blessing of the building the pupils sang Holy God and then Mother Alphonsa gave the girlsa half holidayStanch ardV f I A FrlUlld that was a FneM Dont frown look pleasant If you are suffering from indigestion or sour stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hon Jake Moore of Atlanta Ga says Vu1suered mQre than 20 years with indigestion A friend recommended Kodol It relieved me in one day and I now enjoy better health than for many years Kodq digests vht you eat relieves sour stomacc bclchtng1 etc Kodol strength ens the digestive organs sweetens the stomach and enngles you to fat digest assimilate andenjoy what ev er like Sole by all druggist Negro KilledV In an altercation between Erank and Joe Robinson in the negro quarters known as PBad ins Roost or theVBha Lands in the south east portion of town the latter fatally shot Frank Robinson with a b8 cali ber pistol the shot takiQg ef ject in the stomach Both are colored and cousins The affair took place lqst Sunday eve ning and the death of Frank Robinson resulted Sundiy at noon Joe Robinson who claims Ask Your Own Doctor If he tells you to take Ayers Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble then take t If he has anything better then take that We have great confidence in this medicine So will you when you once know it The beit kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty y ar- sAxdeby 3 Ayer 0010 weuKua m nuftoturer or SARSAPARJIJ rs YlaoR have no leorets We pnbUtS IWe forrmU of All our medicines Keep the bowels open with one of Dyers Pills at bedtime Just one clear case of self defense was before Judge Daugherty ja released liim on 500 bond ending an examining trial whicn iis fixed for next SaturdayV IThe dead negro was aged 38 years and is said to have been of a very agsressiv and over bearing nature and had created a good deal of trouble It is alleged thut he provoked the difficulty with JOG Robinson and tllat the latter sho him in self defense Joe Robinson is about 3J2 years old and iis said to be a quiet industrious negro The parties resided iin the quarter where the ShOOt- ifloccuredStandaui REMARKABLE PHYSICIAN V94he following remarkable lost iivertisement we take from the columnsr of the Lebanon Falcon of last weekLOstOn the Bradfordsyille pike or in the vicinity of Five Points a leathe physicians medicine case A suitable reward if returned lo Dr MIDNIGHTV MARRIAGE Papa Isham Arrived JToo Late to Prevent It Thursday night Mn Jonrn W- 3areyand M 13 Katie I ham of Mackville Vashington cJuity eloped to this place They ar rived about 1 dclbok and yoke Deputy Henry Gibbs with the reqcrest for a marriagi license The girl sh wed anbte purport tog to be from her father giving his full consent to the marriage She made an affidayijt theVflOE was genuine and Deputy Gibbs very obligingly wroth out the license Ke then conducted thiem to the home of Rev WF Vau gah roused the good old gen tleman from sleep and at 20 clbck at night the cremdriy was performed in the parsonage par tar in the presence of Deputy Gibbs andl night policemen Bon ta and SahleOwhor were hastily summoned ajs the pnly witnesses available at the hour As soon as the ceremony was oyer the newly married couple drove to the residence ofMr Smith Hans fdrd aud routed him from his slumber to accompany them to the store Here the groom pur chased complete outfits of ap paral for himself and bride and in the grey dawn left on the early train for lndiailana breside Afew minutes after the train pulled out Mr Jake Jshatn the girls father arrivedinpur suit of the runaway couple He was very angry wh nJefound they f VhaVdescaped him He threatehei to make it warm for Deputy Gibbs because he had is sued the license and helped them to getimarriedThe Deputy i under the circumstance could do nothing but issue the document He stud that the note of consent which the girl hadsworn tb was not written by him and thatrhe would prosecute her for forgery and sead her to the penitentiary if possible He said he would rather see his daughter in the penitentiary than married He said he badno idea the young people con templateJ matrimony Carey had frevuently accompanied his churchIihe had nevrr thought of the young people asidvars He has disowted his daughter and says that hewiU never spejpk tto ber again Harrodsburg Herald Torture IY imm Speaking of the tot ture to which some of the sayage tribes in the Philippines subject then captives reminds me of the intense suffering I endure for three month from inflammatitn of the Kidneys says W M Sherman of Cushin MEi Noth tug helped me until I tried Elec tric Bitters three battles of which completely cu il1me Cures Liver Complaint Dyspep sia Blood disorders andMalaria and restores the weak and ner vous to robust health jjuaran teed by C J Haydon druggist VriceSOc BARLOW VSBAtiLO A Decision in the Case of Mrs Barlow Against her Fonn RichIardB OneV of the most important cases tried at the present term of the Washington circuit court was the case of Jennie Barlow vs Richard Barlow Much in terest was manifested owing to the peculiar questions involved and the prominence of the par ties in interest This suit was brought by Mrs Jennie Baric w against her for mer husband Richard Barlow to recover certain specific personal property alleged to have been acquired by Mrs Barlow during the time when they were living together as husband andwife The articles included a horse cow and other tock alleged to have been given her by her father and other relatives and a sewing machine dresser and other pieces of furniture pur chased with the proceeds of tur keys and other poultry raised by Mrs Barlow The casew s transferred to equity and tried before special Judge H W Rives oi Lebanon Thurtdiy and Friday Ode of the grounds relied pn by the defendant was the doc trine of estopel The readers ol tire NewsLeaderare well aware that in a proceeding for divorce arxl alimony between the same parties the Court of Appeals of Kentucky recently awarded Mrs Barlow 500 a3impnyVVltnd 500 to assistin maintaining and eduqa outing an only cbildvllQds about 7 oh 8 years Old it was contended by thedefendant that ail the property rights between the parties wer settled in this suit Judge Rives delivered a lengthy opinion in which he lied that the plaintiff was not estoped to prosecute her suit on account of the divorce proceedings He held that this marriage was contracted in 1892 and under the law as iit then existed the per sonal property of the wife when it was reduced to possession by the husband became the property of the husband on account of and by virtue of the marital relations and could be subjected to the debts of the husband The property acquhed ty gift in this ease was acquired by Mrs Bar low at the time of and shortly after theiF marriage which was before the passage of the Husband and Wife bill which be came a law in 1894 This stock had been traded by Richard Bar low and the proceeds reinvested in other stock and property during their married life until the identity had been lost and the ownership of the vife merged into that of the husband As to the property acquired by the procceeds from poultry and other produce duringthe marital relation he held thatwhere hus band c and wife are mutually laboring together and the proc- eedS go into a common fund for the good of the family then the title to the property rests in lie husband as the head af the fami ly and the Husband and Wife bill did not change the law on rthis point although under the lav as it pow is the wife may own property separate and apart t Eye J l Glasses Solid GolcJ Fram2s425 Necklace and Brace llets all the latest fad oget yours while tney o are cheap from her husband which cannot be subjected to his debts The petition was d smissed and an hppeal prayed to the Cour t of Appeals which was granted The defendant was represen ted by Judge John S Kelly ol Bardstown and Messrs Join W Lewis and WF Neikirk while WV C McChord r presented the pidiotiffV Get tile Ml EM Ifyot are troubled with piles and cant ffnd a cure try Witcn Hazal S al ve but be sure soil get that made by E C DeWitt Co Chicago It if the Original If you have used Witch Hgzel Salve viteout being re Jieved it isi probable that you go hold ol one of r the many worthless counterfeits that are sold on the reputation of the genuinet Def Witt Witch Hazel SalveV Sold by all drug gists Insurance Ensure in the Farmers HOnE Insurance Company of Junction City Ky the only company in the State that makes any laimI of paying its losses in full 3yr SUCCESSFUL SALE About Forty Head of Horses Bring Good Prices atWhar I ton Taps Sale The combination sale of horses at Wharton Tapps stable which took plac here last week uta4 largely attended and horses sold wellA glance at the figures realized for the hors will dveonc an indication as to stateof the horse market in tfashingion county Good ani rods without exception brought good value and the bidding was at all times IW lyThe salt amounted to nearly 50Q0VV The following is A list of sales made Bav mare W E Ray to Beard Wlllett 71 Grey horse W E Selecman o W Summers472 50 Bay horse T J Wheatley to Ralph MalOne 100 Sorrel mareifSD Campbell to Cbas Brady67 50VBay hOrse G P Carpenter to Adams 108 colt G P Carpenter tot IBtv 10750 iBay mare Tom Sirams to Beard Wilhite 131- t Bay mare DiekHagan150 Yellow mare Jas Bland to Rims Richards 12350 Bay qprse Ed Ross to Ulay Brady 90 Bay mare B W ikirk1l0 Bay horse G F Carpenter to Graham Perkins 6850 Bay mare Rev P F Heunessy ro Cap ICIC 175 Bay mare W T Campbell 65 Bay geldiog Foley 125 Sorrel stallion Ben Janes to Benedict Clements 200 Sorrel gelding Jas McCullem to Park Smith 137 50 Jennett NrcElroyA Green f50 Bay mare Wm Derringer to Beard W hiie 92 Bay horse Jho Keynolds to 109 Bay horse Harry Perringer to JA Kyler fp5 Brown ware Beard Wilhte 1o0VISorrel gelding Lenard Baker 1o0VBay mare L nald Baker to JV P Simms 10750 Bay mare LM Walker S125 = OOOO OOOO OOOO ji Bargains I REDUCTION IN PRICES UNTIL APRIL litV I pectaclesand i VE4Hdtcbett I Prettiest linOf Watches and Lognetts everVon market before If you shouldsee the 4 beautiful hat pins and 4 brooches you would get one L p 5 Digest Bargains yet in the SILyER LINE Remem 2 CASH gets the biggest bAigaiisV1 IIber E VMVRUSSELL S J I SUBSCi A 1 LssIJ 1 Home Baking4r Vwith I ROYA1I1C fiI BafdngPow J S The United States Agricultural l Department Vv has issued and circulates free a valuable repeat giving the results of elaborate experiments m1eb C tby andunder the direction of the Department which show the great saving from baking at home c as compared with cost of buying at the bakers i V I All bread cake biscuitcrullers etc are verymuch J freshen cleanercheaper and more wholesome when I made at home with Royal Baking Powder Ir y Iboyi POWDER NEW YORK 0 r Bay colt Lem Ward to E G Vuolduy8620VV Bay colt Lem Ward to W P eatchett l20VEilly by County Member Wil GNdn SiOi soVGjray horse Clifton Leachman 19ri 4TJwovearold filly R M Ban ker to Co ie Ensor 75 TV 6year old Jack R M Bartisterj 37- 5Twoyear old Jack RM Ban iter 75 Twoyear old Jack R M Ban ister 75- Brown gelding rrJ HamilQn to Jim Luster 75V Bay mare G F Carpenter to HiliMudd sri sorrel hors Whaiton Tapp o SVC Mann 80Vslorrell mire Wharton Tapp to Arthur Mud I 76VMare S M Campbell to Jas R Glaybrooke 155VMareJS M Campbell tot Geo Clements 6V j W A PATENT MEDICINE Hypmel a Scientific Treatment tor Catarrh by Breathing Medl I caSed Alp Breahtvirou the pocket irV hairthat comes with every outfit Hyipmei destroys all dat arrhat germs in the air pssageS of he throat and nose soothes and heals the irritated mucous membrane and effectually drives OfJci OfJJ eSIthtcu es It is as superior to them al aslhe diamond is more vau able than cheap glassV The complete Hyomei outfit consisting of a neat pocket in haler a medicine dropper tyi3 a bottle of Hyomei costsVbt fl dan extra boltles caobe obtain edjfprSO cents n king it the nst economical method of cur ingi catarrh as well as the most reliable The Rd Cross Drug Store have sold a great many Hyomeii oitfita and have seen such re irkable results frcm its use- sJatthey sell it under ah absp lute guarantee that it costs nothing unless it curesV j Asa result of an atercaitcn which occurred in Demarees sn Ifijbn uarlv Mnday afternoon Riufus Smothers was slashed sie eral tImes about thehead with aiknif by Rowan Sapp Jt was af first thought Smothers was Seriously wounded but fie i r coverin it iis rnat known jjust how the diffiuclty arose but it lissaid that Bappwhowasdruhli attacked Smothers withoutprov ocation Sapp was lo ked up by officer E 1 Thompson The cbs was called in the polke C0ort Wednesday morning butj was continued until today Enerprisei Hfftgs siIItdeldKyI eiggs from pure bred B P RocUfc nd SO Buff Orpingtons foi slate at 1 perl 5V 88- moRw f tSivr ru NraV1Ia Tke MaiySifet Prliter The followingadvertisementre cenbly appearedin a Western pap r Wanted by a printer who iisc pablo of taking charge of a publishing and printing plantapas Hon as foreraanCan give value g bla advice to person contemplkt ing marriage and has obtained a wide reputation MS lancemedl t um Would accept an appointment as pastor of asmall Evangelical F church or assubsitute preacher Pas had experience as a stike breaker and would take work of this character west of the Missouri l river Would have no objec tion to forming snrill but select t class of young ladies to teach them in the higher branches or to give them tnform at on as to the causes of the Trojan war Can do odd jobs around a boarding hooseor would b4 assayiat of a mining company To a dentist or chiropodist his services would be invaluable an dean fill with sat isfaction a position as bass or f tenor singer in a Methodist choir LippincottsVState of Ohio City of Toledo csLucasf Frank J Cheney Wakes oath that he its s3Qlor partner bt the firm pf Fo J Cheney Co doing baslnegs in the city 6f Toledo County aid State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred fol1arstlO for each and every case of Catarrh ithat cannot be cured by the uas of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Ofeeaey Sworn to before me aad subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Dee ember AD 1886 A W Gleaaoa SEAL Notary public Catarrh Cure Is takeR i tern IHalls acts directly on the Wood e Qf the systeVSend for testlmonialsf tree j F J Jheney Co T010l9t ftSoldTake Halls Family Pills for con stipation A correspondent of Richard Bill thenaturalistgiva the fol C lowing informationjaoqut one of hisfavorite specimens the South American boas are mot Msilj tamed My present boa whick I have had about two yrs iu variably sleePs in my bid rouad my feet He is parfctlyclsfl lies still and very 4eldo disturbs me occasioaally he crawls fcTaay face to lick it I frtqweatly take take the python to bed but at present she is timed ad if abci cannot find my ft in ihe night becomfes scred andwilks out of bed curling herself 0 the floor The evil reewlb is thrbeibecomes cold 1 kl finir fair The cures that ItarMitot it t credit make Btckleis Aiiica jSal e a scientific woeder It cured E R Malfordj toeUrtr forthe Patrons ef fiiitbaadrjy VVaynesboro PAJ of ad Liik t ing case of PUN It hn3sths worst Burns Sow Bc4taTJl iersv Cuts Wcwad CiUjAaai and Salt ReizM Qvly Ite tt AItJ J HLoas Drug S4oIL I Ir h Mri Johi SBk hm irawjutfj herself iadtar cvsk at 8b 4bf i tyilkiiaftfr aa alttfiyt to p4 bsr life by haa4U froa s 1 th1por ijfiIhr9tM 74 p w wi 1 t t WI iiiTOE NEWSLEADER PvLazD lEYIltY TKUJRSDA- Ytl S A YEAR IN ADVANCE fe r SPRINGFIELD KY E LDVISQN Jr 1ULocal or btneii notices 10 cents Pf mcfeeubsequentjnsertlon Calfspn candidates and political matte iei linei Job work is doneat low rates but cash tf I jpfd ci riliMij c fuel Aoyertlslng contracts made onllbera elM WfoarJeB epd resoluUors of respect iti per line ounrtJ1cma1t1S e ity fstratH f 250- Oatrlet Offices 1CUO THURSDAY MARCH 15 1906 Valley Hill 1 3Mr Bud ONeall is on the sick list this week a burgvisiledity last week Miss Addie Piles Js visiting B hard Walker aid wife near the Beech bridge Mrs Sal Hardin is con vales J cent at this writing after a ppBenedict of i 4no it town visited M JD Reed and wife Saturday and Sunday aMr and Mrs Thos Biker of x Willisburg ylsited relatives in tnisseetiuu Sunday Benedict Janes attended the funeral of his uncle at Mill Creek last weekLMrs S P erringeris quite ill at this writing Several from this section at tended meeting at Brush Grove lastt week Ism requested to announce that Rev A C Pnkston of Harrodsburg will conduct 3 seriesof meetings at the school housey at this place during the next ten days He is a very c enthusiastic talker and delivers hil sermons with such simplicity tdttt even a little child can un derstand The presence of every ode in this and adjoining communities is invited toUNOMeans HiDeys Women are more often afflicted with kidney disorders than men but attribvje the rymptoras to disess sIj ecaliar to their sex while in the kldkeys arc deranged Jferyous Jiess headache puffey or dak circles under the eyes pain in the back are signs of kidney trouble the t must no be igqored or a seoious malady wil result Foleya Kidney Cure has re stored the health of thousands of weak dcUvous paoken down women It slops irregularities andstrengthens the urinary organs It purifies th blood ond benefits xbe whole system Sold by Smock Haydon MjIITsburi t Miss Mary Logsdonof Spring neld was the guest Mr and Mrs P 3J Miller last week Mr W S Gibbsand son Les ter are on the sick list Mrs J M Trent hs gone to Louisville to spend tffo weeks with relatives 1f Mrs Mary Hughes and snnt Johnie spent several days last weekivith friends and zelativ sat Mckvillc I IfyW Jenkins bought a 3year old coltatitbe Prather sale for 120 Chas Mcllvoy and wife have moved to FenwckSMtS Rufus Foster and chil dren have returned from Chicago where they have been liv ing forthe past year Quite a number of citizens took in the Brown family show here Saturday and Sunday TrWe are sorry to report Mrs W P Merrift on the sick list Mrs Pheobe Karl we has gone to Louis iI to buy her tmillinery stock Uncle Jack Sutton had a spell of nervous prostration last Wednesday and while walking through town fell he did not receive any injury but was sick for a few days r Mr U G Scrdghom was shak inghands with hisinanv friends here last Thursday He has been in Cnicago several months tMiss Sallie HeLdrer of Scruggsville spent several days with Mrs John Reynalds the first of the week S veral yeard since my lungs were so bably affected that had many oflWoodseveraj phytuians without any bcnI t I then started to take Foleys Hone and Tar and my lungs are now as sound as a bullet I recom mend it in apvancee stages of lung trouble Foleys Honey and Tar stops tne cough and heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a col Refuse substitutes Sold by Smock and Hayifon Tatham Springs Mrs Ben Keeling gave the poung folks a party Friday fr George Armstrong andwife of Kirkland spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Ed Jenkins and wifeSMr Valoise Royalty had a grubbing last Friday He got los of work done and Mrs Roy altffhad in a quilt and the W om- an quilted it SALES Mr Ivan Foster bought a piece of land from Mrs Par thenia Ingram for 750 Frank Kays sold a horse to fames Snider for sioo and bou ght a mare from Bill Calvin for 6100 7 Mr Silas Burkhead and wife visited his parents at Brush Grove last weekSMiss Bessie Rays who has bean visiting her grandmother Mrs Clark at Willisburg has returned home- Misses Maudie and Aubie Royalty spent last Sunday with Misses Sue and Celestps Kays 1 will try and correit an error in my last lletter about the meet lug at this place There are ser vices ever fourth Saturday morning at 11 oclock Saturday night j at7 oclock Sunday motning at 11 oclock Sunday night at 7 oclock ank every third Sunday evening at 3 oclock Rev Summers of Georgetown is pastor Mrs Hester Corn of Sharps ville was at the home of her father Mr Bill Cojyin Saturday night We have had a beautiful win ter so far ahd most of our farmers have burned their tobacco beds n1severl have begun plowing M fr Hyacinth- I The Orikll1 Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar asa throat and lung remedy and on account of the great m rit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tat many imitations are offered for th genuine AsH for Fpleya HOney and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offerea as rio other preparation will give the same satisfaction It tdildly laxktive It contains no opiates End is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cros Drug Store- KHIsboro rJ S Thomas attended church at MackvilleSutdayr Charles Hines two of our most success ful farmers were ia Mackville Frday on business Dud Sutherland and Cal Set tie madea business trip to Love Ridge Saturday Cal forgetting brQughtlJaCKfinding it to be rather dead 7W J r c 5T w jw THE N LBAOSF I w tJE EVERYBODYS BUSINESS fflt l v Is Nobodys Business Jut our Business fl is to give the public The best work in WiJ IJ1 11fltv at the least possible cost GIVE US A CALL jjj- jff J W PRITCHARD f2 l SPRINGFIELD KY 8 property Would be very willingti for some one to take it off his hands He has plenty of corn pany along that Jine about now An infalt child of Mr and Mrs Lee Settles who has been sick with pneumonia is much better at present Dr Thump son of Mackville is the attend ing physician The farmers are getting very much behind with tLeir work on account of so much rainy weather There has been very little plowing done ye and no oats sowed Nothing could please the hearts of the farmers more at present than to have a week or two of fair weather so they dould catch up with their workSLonnie Noel and wife who married since our lasttlletter have gone to house keepiqg on Wal nut Hill May their voygeover JairIof lifes mountain in the Mi s lerious future There were quite a number of traders from a distance on tha streets of Ponvyilte last week but as they have a law that no one is allowei within the city limits unless for the purpose of trading The Mayor being off on a pleasure trip we could not get a pass from him so we rel unable to report news from that thriving Little city The recent heavy rains that have fallen have done considerable damege Fencing along Maycs creek wete washed away and land in many places was washed to pieces Many of the farmers had just sowed their clover and it was all washed away and it is the opinion of those who sowed before the heavy rain that they will have no set of grass unless they sow again It looks uow that our much needed store is on a standstill our closest store is now about four miles away and in winter time the road is sobad it is al most impossible to get there and iin the spring we are too buy to go so we are in need of a store now worst than any thing else indusIortunity However we are glad to have a store on wheels to pass through our vicinity once a week Mrs J P Sutherland has returned from a weeks visit to her parents Hon W O Cam mack and wife at Wards ville Davis Crow bought a mare from BOwa Noel for 8125 W M Haiti m and B H Mcllvoy bought the Geo Wright place for 1030 It is evident that the readers of the county paper want the correspondents to write each week and give all the lloc l hap penings and when the paper ap pears without all C N C being represented by each writer they are somewhat disappointed The otherday we beardl some foks who formerly lived at Tatham giving it to Hyacinth about right because he did not write each week for thay said that the Tatham letter was first read by them and were so dissapoint ed when there is no letter Some of our Hillsboro friends who now li ve in other parts of the country say that our letter must come each week or wetwill be roughly dealt with for they want the news from their old home We hope that those who live here wiithep us make the Il tier m re interesting Of all the bills parsed by the present Legislature the county unit bill is one of the moSt im port int While the bp isnot ju twbat we wan eJ fr we did not want any city Ipf t outtff the unit bill but the way it is a pased we can route King Alcohol out of many counties where it has full sway- LILAC Mothers everywhere praise One Min nteC ough Core for the sufTerinps it has relieved and the lives of the little ones it has feaved A certain cure for coughs croup and whooping1 cough Mrkes breathing easy cuts out phlegm and drawa out the inflam mation It should be kept on hand for immediate use Sold by all druggists raCk iU Rev J W Simpson preached in tcwn at the Methodist church Monday night as he was passing through Robert Bo vis arid wife have taken rooms ih Mrs Shew makers home Mrs Shfwmaker has moved to thecountrv Li tie Herman Darnell fell down stairs and broke his left arm ope evening last week He seems tobe doing alright Mr Paris Peters is quite unwell this week Several hays from our part of the county have gone West this wjek r Mr Hirmon the furniture man seems to be doing a big business this Spring Everybody will be glad when Spring comes The sick will then get better as some of them have had quire a serious time this winter MOOR SILLE Since our last there has been born to the wifeof Bruner Car nev a 10lb sdn We are glad to report Miss Maggie Sthithascbnvalescent- Mrs George Comstock has pleurisy The Brown family will give a shjw at Mooresville Wednes day apd Thursday night of this weck a There will be preaching at New Hope church third Sunday by a student from the Seminary and fourth ajbunday by Rev Eito rot Chaplin Fork Mrv Geo Me Andrews is visit ing at Mackville Harp Virgin is still unable to be up Owen Ellis visited his brother ast Sunday Misses Nancy Eilis and Ora Carney visited Miss Nancy Moore last undLY Jas Montgomery of Boom field Visited his father at this place Sunday Mrs Janie CutsingerJirpught 82 dozen eggs to Mooresville store 1 st Saturday This was one weeks work of hr hens Jas Truax brought 50 dozen and Mis J N Hats bi ought 49 dozen and a woman whos name I did not learn brought 40 dozen All laid last veek TNo wonder eggs are going down A FAMOUS REMEDY IturedMYcouRh with German Syrup t- He wrote to Dr G C Green t An as true as I tell you doctor dear Im celia finer than everIve been r QThe poor consutnplive should not be he victim of experiment as he often is but the moment the dread diseasemani tests its presence he shot Id be given 5 schees German Syrnp a pure npnalco holic medicine that is made specially for the cure of consumption and has awotld wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrh colds coughs croup sore throat and all fcronchial affections m old and young CJIt is sold in all civilized countries and has been famous as a consumption cure for almost half a century tJTrial bottle 250 Big bottle 750 At ill druggists throughout the world t i Mrs John Lambert was called to Taylorsvill last Monday by the illness of her brother Gecrge TingleS1 met Dan Sutherland thedthtr eveningJhe had been out thsj day and sold seven wagon loads of Hour which goes to show his flour is a favorite among the people Thos Ho1l ofPolinuis assis lug MJ StrsngeMn his blacksmith shop DpatliEaieinJewYorlc ani ffltei During Novombea and December1 1903 one fifth of the deaths In NeW York and Chicago were from pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar not oiily stops the cough but heals and otrengthens the lungs and prevents pneumonia so do not take chances on a cold wearing away tyhen E olcys Honey and Tar will cure you 4uickl arid prevent serious results Sold by Smock Haydon Texas Married at the hope of Rev R ij Purdom Thursday after noon Mr Hcrmon and Miss Maggie Skeins of near Mack vila and Mr J B Simms and Miss Lizzie White of Pen wick Mrs G F Cocanougher entertained the following ones in a pleasant way Friday Louise Yankey and sisierDella and their visitor Mrs MalveniaWycoff of Mackville J D1I P4terson has returned from Louisville where bought a nice line of Spring aud Summer goodsMr an J Mrs Minor Ransdall Harrodsburg visited the lalters parents Rev J W Campbell and wife Saturday night L B Purdom was in Louisville last week MrriJ D Petarson and wile visited relatives in Nelson county Sundayand Monday tMisses Ida and Pearl Clay brooke have returned from 4a brotherHubtrtin Robert the 12 month old child of C F Kimbtirlin is ill at this wntiog Miss Lillie Bottoms of Mack ville visited Mrs M E Dorsey last week KiLLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNCS IDrlingsI Y PriceORI 100- OLDS Freo Trial And Quickest Cure for all ISurest MONEY and LUNG BACK TROUB 9II WeHii iis now about time to take up that car of Poultry The market is not quite as good as I wapt rJUl be but the prospects arelower and as so many people areanxlOu to selllll1Just have to j take it up next week before they go down Now if you will deliver your poultry to me- Tuesday Wednesday and ThursdayjSK ja a Next week JI will pay 9 l2c CASH for tour Hens in lots of 200 or more lOc 8 to lOc for tiie Turkeysraecording to quality 8c for Ducks 4c for Roosters +w jf y Eggs are low and it will not be a bad idea to get rid of of a few hns anyway This promises to be tthe best market j Jf you will you have on Poultry for sometime so take advantage of thiss pride j I have just received a fresh car of COArIJIf you need any of that you will wantto watch my ad each weekrlIlwill VJfWm JOiNEShavesomething every time to help you prosperr I I t+ SUNSHINE t J greatRedieaf Kynowowned tnlkctq LDFairGroundilQ TO INSURE A LIVING COLT PEDIGREESunshine stylemdlictureofgreatestThow rnesstUsgreat Red Leaf the champion thereadingroadhorsesfull brother to Glorious Sunrise and Glorious Sunset the greatest- pair in Kentucky His first dam byNLltWOOl thelamforl0Oojy Balrosa Chief he by Mambrino YantsbydaniRollingMr R E Goddard of Harrods burgin a letter to Mr Baker says in part His dam is the cam JorJ750116 hands high Besides this sorrelpair I sold another gelding out of her in a team for S3 000 aud G the has i At same and place I will fine Jack JEt r OOEBELi 1 V ai satp Insure a Living Bill Goebel is black points li and is a sure He is Big Gov i of Bill jlby Reverlee and a Black Hawk TJiis is the best in the country j ifpai4cDBAfEEK 1 jcoL Brv RECORD 25 12 bay 153 hands fine style spcedfanl action Three years old This colt is a sn of the grea Onward formerly owned by JL Druien Bardstown and winner of the Transylvania stakes at Lexington ndr ItalyOnwardto 210 andthe sire of the dams of 13 witji records of 214 and better is a son of George Wilkes 2 22 and outof Sylvian Maid by Aberdeen sire of Kentucky Unibn207 Jnndleysfirst ra j219 and Princeton 22034 Victorii sold for J80J at MGJerrans sale Second dam Nelly Anderson dam of Worry 228 by Gils Vermont sire of BonneiBoy 223 and dams oft 13111230 or better also sire of the dam of Ga nbetta Wilkes 19J sire of Eyelet 20Q Guinette 2104 LottieiLorin20oH aud sevenfyfive others better than 2w COT B will make the present i soa at o 1 5 tto IInsure a Living ColtAct 1 i t ELAdJX BIRD JP F p SJWillmiike the season at the lo N prico of S to insure a Colt to Stand andSuck t j i BLACK BIRD is a dark bay 16 and one inch high 6ycars old and Is by Grundys ild Black BWd J1eby Jay Bird His darn wa aCarbeau mate grand dam Mambrino Denmark He is a combined saddre and harJness stallion and istsure foal etterIAt the same time place will also stand 6LACK BOY He is a black jack 15 hands high big bone antI muscle and six years old He is by T Kimberlins Jack he by Logan C ldn ells tine Jennett Jack 16 hands arid which t jok second prize at Chicago Worlds Fair Black Boys llrst dam was a 15 hand jennett sired by George Tarkingtons 16 hand Jack called Painjngton which sold sor 52500 Black Boy proven the of the ton a of it the time my r Colt a ith foal by He by Woo lam out o4 a e ii by I 4 a Pure i will the 4SSTAIhsure a Colt 2i j jiTackjLkHihe by ers by rnor lIe is a fine Jennettby t GOV and her by t He will makethe at 58 to a Living Coil Parties to are invited to at my tables one southeast ofSpringfield on the Springfield and St Marys pike see my be to avoid accidents but will not be responsible should any cjccur retained on all un il seasonis money due is or is p or esewhere r Bylvester Sll ith Trees Plants Vines Fur spring 1906 Blue Grass Nurseries bt Lexing Ky offer full stock and Ornamental tree Evergreen Shrub Straw berries Grape Yines Fuits Rhubarb Asparagus- etc We employ no Agents Strawberry arid General Catalogues on application to H F UlLLENMEYER SONS stand 1cBILL Jack white handshigh getter Mack Goeh Jennett Jack mule Tack U1dlfo L Dark Silver Onward IUena lntd himself ipjbe fodlgetteiS Bei mcke season at Living Letch Jack Qoyf Wood oufcof Wool djani oldJBiaclc Hawk seasod Insure having mires breed call mile and stock Care wli taken Loin colts paid and when colt foaled mae rtel with bred Fruit Small tic I t tA LLouisviI1eII is BDornmg VILLE THESE ABOUT D YOU 350000 KNOW LOUIS FACTS m f ri ceoDla within a radius of 6 mIles It Isads the WORLD Inthe mhuTacturlnf of jeans farm wagons producingandtobacco ax handles and plumbers supplies Louisville is the horns of tha largest organ factory In the world the largest soap factory in the South and one of the largest plow lao tories in the world and has 8 electric Interurban lines Jjoulsviile Is acity of BRA UTI FULHOMESI Its city propextyyaiuatlon 200000000 It has tha grandest park iA system In the United Statesand many mae f nlflclnt public buildings and churches and is Prthe home of the WORLDS LEDING COM MERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll at this school do THOROUGH work and yotfll never be in want of a good position in abooming en terprising city like NOW fi the Is nvpcIlsq t5t7niJ free SRYAHT4STRATTOH BUSINESSJOLLEBE LOUISVILLE KY ii BUMJ BURTON I RKS1DENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED J WITHOUT PAIN c Ovncx Bbgaa Block up stalra SPRINGFIELD KY Alljiental Work Strictly Firstclass Dr J H I AMPTON DR J C M DD MWTON MUDD FijycitDS and Surgeons Offices over Haydons Drugstore I WJFGRIGSBY ATTORNEYAT LAW Qace over Peoples Bank 8PHINOFIELD KY J BV RoBAiiDS M WYATTt HIBARDS HYATT Jljsiciins andd Surgeons Office over McElroy Shultz DR J M HOPPER ePHYSICIAN and SURGEON PH9NESOffice Over Office 97- Residence Hagans Grocery 71 Yes I1 Can Fix It if its fixabe at all Your watch orjjewelry I mom Of course I- tS ctfmotTepair a watch that has been through a stone crusher but I can come near it p Our Repair Department is really where we sLine best 3 t takes knowledge and skill to work as we do it I therefore take specal pride in doing re pairing and wish you would give me an opportunity to Show my skill Moderate prices in all cases JAMES J GRAVES ji Spripg6eld Ky DRJ F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTIST1 Office over Havdon Barber Pental work atraasonable prices jU work guaranteed t 1 SPRINGFIELD KY JOHN Y MAYES aINERAiL uiHtCTOR AMhmEKSEU EMBAlMER TEL PHONE DAYl1eNIGHT 74 t SPRINGFIELD KT Rairoad Schedule Following is the time schedule nowin effect on the Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad 4 No 41Leayes Louisville r 410 pm 13ardstown Junction 502 pm tlardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 p m No 42Leaves Springfield at 63Q am Bardstpwn 617 am Bards ovzn Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 7S0 am Bardstown Junction 93p am Bardstown 1115 a m arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bard town 230 pin Bardstown Junotion 485 pm arrivslot Louisville 545 pm VNpT 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards town 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm V Bifs Carriage sff RepairShop All kinis ioid work and cr4deslon 1 new1hndm jiecbnd haudspring wa on f i will work cheapl for the money All v IV1l t l Sprm fielJ Ky w r w c i 1 7w ki FHI cfP 1 r We are coming in the Market with t s f l S r v BUGG1ES 1 1 rttfd n Z 4 I We Have decided to add to our other business a full line of buggies of standard makes find upddate patternsr We will handle the work of such firms as Sayers Scovel Geo W Davis Buggy Co and others s J j 0 We wilt carry a nice selection of young mens Buggies Runabouts and Surreys J h J l1t THEDLD RELIABLE fIRM HAYD01N BARBER f tfiftffi nraSd tftftfraiWlr iimWi thI Local Happenings of Interest I I ITI O WN The Freshest and Latest I g Yourself Friends 1 land Acquaintances TOPICSI I 2 M eWMMMMMMMMM O M WM Seed potatoes at Johnson McCabe Threaded arid tfoneless cod fish at McElroy Bros All kinds of atIJohnson McCabe Try a box of oriole pancake flour at McElroy jBros All kinds of garden and flower seed at Johnson McCabe Wanted bacon shoulders and hams at JohnsonMcCabe- fleinz mince meat and pre serves at McElrbj B os FOR SALE Afresh milk cow S R Gray Seed potatoes and garden seed all kinds at T IkVine McElroy L a Try our Roy lPatent Flour none better Johnson McCabe We are head c4uarters for fruit and8 veg tablesiJobnson McCabe Rolled oats Fpjrce Bggo see Cream of wheatj Grape nuts at Johnson McCabe Eggs are g iing down bring them in as fast as you get them Johnson McCabe Let us sell you a half bbl or kit of white fish or mkacrell Johnson McCabe Garden seed dt all knds bulk and packages onion sets Of all kinds at C W Hagans We have the Swe tMidget picklesin bulk McElroy Bros If you want Jnice country hams or shouldbrsi know that I have them 0 W Hagaiu Justreceived new and fresh line ot nice candy fruit and ne- vegetablesatPIrvine McElroy Try a can of endennis cottee satisfaction guaranteed McElroy Bros 7 cakes Fairy soap for 25c 7 cakes Sunny Monday 25c 7 cakes Labor Saving soJip 25cfor 10 days only at T Irving McElroys Aunt Sallys Salt rising bread received every day always fresh always good ikcElioy Bros Mr B BLed hmnn bought of W C Rogers Lebanon a fine 4yearold jack orwhich he paid 450 Dr S J tomock sold a house and iot on the I erry ville pik to Mrs Nannie J McMillen for S94O jJ For 10 days only I will make a special in a NoV 1 country soi glium one ttiafrjcaht be beat t iitQ W Hagan Marriedat Prjesbyterian manse Springfield Ky Thursday March 8th bj Rev T Th Latimer M Alonza Noel and Miss Kattie Cutsigner Both pj this ciinuy Novis the time toturn loose your surpulus bacons it is worth mayoeltomerro preferd V Hagan Why not bring your produce andvat all times get the best market price foIit Just inlf 25c per Ib for butter the tiigest market price fQJjggs astl ifi prefered C W Hagan lMr C M Eke 9f negotiatEJJwas here yesterday to With Bobtftttars1 Tobfa about Waulstreettrade will be closed and the hotel Opened for business shorJy J Potato season is here and my supply iis complete both in 4ul ity and prices I bought at the right time and it will pay you to call and get my prices before buyig 0 W Hagan Lenten goods of all kinds fish loose or in kits cheaper than ever before A cut price in peaches prunes apricots navy beans hominy and rice for the next 10 days at C W Hagans Mr Thomas Janes an old and respected citizen of the Mill Creek neighborhood diedtm last Friday night He was 68 years of age apd leaves a large family tof grown children The funeral was conducted on Sundayjat Mill Creek church by Rev Campbell Dr J B RoBards has moved from the Polin house he recently sold to C R Mclntire into the McElroy flat and nOw has his residence and office in the same buiding MrC R Mclntre moved into the house vacated by Dr RoBards last Thursday The Washington County Re tailers Protective Association has organized here with the following officers J M Trent President G L Haydon First Vice President W M Hagan Secretary George MIa tire Treasurer The Association is to promote the bus nessand so cial interests of the merchants of the county The many Springfield friends of Dr George M Shaunty wil be pleased to learn of his good fortune in beingr appointed Chair man of the Board of Pension Examiners at Louisville The position is quite an important one and was secured through the influence of Commissioner Jplm W Yerkes The following announcement appeared in last Sundays Cour ier Journal lr and Mrs W H Leachman of Springfield announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Margaret Saun ders Leac man to Mr Crawford Royle Norman Of Richmond Va The wedding will be solemnized at Brpokltmds the country home of the brides parents It will be a June wedding A company composed of ten local horsemen and business men has purchased of J H Weavar of Winamac Ind a fine iimpor- ted German Coach stallion and will keep him in the county The hoxse is a very fine specimen and his purchase price was 2000 The introduction of the coach horse it is thought will improve the quality of Washing ton county horses for certain purposes I I Ji Reduced JIt will pay you to Phone meat to dpot if you hae hauling to do Try and see t rOldR be toretfre1rortt8 i I jL4iienPU- ONEI 22 r r CLCiht1 The play entilled The ChuVch Across the Way which scored such a success at the benefit performance given by llocal talent underthe leadership of MrI last11iridayformance was even better than the first and the large audience was well pleased Quite a neat sum vas netted by the produc tion which will go for the benefit of Mr and Mrs Barrett Mrs Barrett is rapidly convalescing from her illness t Miss Clara Shepherd and Mr James Cheatham of this county were married last Thursday at the home of thfe bride in Shep herdsville The bride is wello known 1h this county having taught school here for the past two sessions She was the teacher at the Breckinridge school last year M Cheatham is a popular young farmer ot neigbborhoodI Saturday evening and have gone to housekeeping on Mi Cheat hams farm In the Courier Journal Trip to Europe contest there is an exciting race on between Miss Hughes of Midway and Miss Lillian Anderson of Danville with the chances in favorof the Boyle county girl Up until last week Miss Andarson has kept ahead of her opponent but the two were tied the first of this week In todavs paper Miss Anderson lias forged ahead about four thousand votes and her friends say she will double this amount wihin a few daYDanv- iile Advocate HORSE SALE On Friday March 16 1906 at 1 oclock pm at my barns on the Nichols place 4 miles north of Springfield on the Willisburg pike I Will sell about 25 HEAD OF HORSES Mares and Mules These horses were bought to sell and every horse offered will be sold without reserve or bybid A written guarantee given with each horse to be as represented- A fee of one dollar is charged on all outside horses If the horse is not sold the fee of a dolar goes to the bidder BYON PARKS y PUBLIC SUE As Administrator of the estate villlonat 1 oclock prn on the prem- Ises at Croake station offer for sala the following personal prop erty 1 old btood mare 1 horse coil oncyoar old this Spring 1 bay mare two years Old this Spring Clydesdale 1 damp cart and harness 1 one horse drill 1 cutting box 1 corn shelldr 1 mans saddle 1 cultivator 1 hay rake 1 binder 1 old corn planter 2 old mowers 1 old reaper 1 disk harrow 1 disk drill 1 A harrow 1 wheat fan 1 wagon 3 stacks of hay blacksmith tools 1 good mowr 1 cider mill 1 surrey 2 old work mules 6 milk cO and some corn V Terms made known on lay of sale S MCampbell Auctioneer Kverett Croake Administrator A Llvclv T sIc with that Md enemy of the race Constipation often ends in Appendicitis To avoid all serious tuble rowith Stomach Liver and Bowels ta eDr Kings New Life Pills rh perfectly regu late these brgans without pain or diacomfort 25eataJ Hay oasdruggist l N- Uwm3 N ii V healln salvei fypworl SUNAL Mr Hugh Noe is in Lebanon this wetk r Mrs P G McElroy was in Lebanon Saturday Miss May Mulvy of Lebanon was here Monday shopping Mr and Mrs Edward Witt hayo returned from a visit to Shepherdsville J1rW M Krocker made a trip to Pineville last week to visit his wife and children Miss Bettie Conley oil Thirds town has returned home after a vjsitto Mrs J J McCabe Mrs Luther Moffett of 0bjon- Tenti is visiting hersister Mis- T D Latimer this week Judge John Kelly of Bards town spent a portion of lusts eek here engaged in court Miss Willa Knottis in Louis yule getting up her millinery atcck for the comicg season Mis Margaret Bettis has re turned from Lebanon where sne visited Mrs E Carl Litsey Miss Sue Ray was over from Lebanon Friday and took her part in the pUy ihatevening Mrs Rice McElroy and Mrs Boone of Kansas City are visit relatives andlriends in town Miss Mary Field of i Crescent Hill iis visiting Miss Annie Mc Chord aud other relatives here Mr and Mrs Hubeit Clay brooke anl daughter of Scotts boro Ala are visiting relatives here 3 lrW K Roberton spent Tuesday with his wife whQ is in Dr McChords infirmary 4 Labanon Miss Lizzie Leacliman is with Gruudy Mclntire this week cterking in Misa Mary Lee Simms place Mess Will Selecman and Clifford Robers went to Louis Ivlle Sunday They did not get back until Monday Miss Ella Wathen was called to Lebanon Junction to attend her mother who is very ill at the home of her son Dr Rodman Williams and wife returned to Owensboro Monday after sej eral weeks visit to relatives here Mrs F M Busterof Burgin returned home after spending two weeks with her daughter Mrs JB RoBards J Fonsy and OJer Milton and Rut Smith three well known young men of the county left here last week tot Shilhto lit Mr Chas Green and Miss Ly dia McElroy attended the show in Lebanon Tuesday evening as guests of Miss Sue Ray Misses Ida and Pearl Clay brooke have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs Huber C aybrooke at S ottsboro Ala Miss Margaret Funk a former Washington county resident and Mr Morland were married in Louisville last Thursday evening Mr IL M Grundy and Miss Mary Lee Simms are in Cincitf dati buying goods They will return tne latter part of the week Miss Myr llle Campbell swho was visiting in Jndianapolis re turned home Tuesday evening on account of the illness of her afatberMr G D Duncanhas return ed from Cincinnati and Louisville after a absence of a week buying spring and summer goods Messrs Rutledge vVharton Will Clements J H McCliire and Toomas Dunc n are in Lout isvill this week serving as jur ors in the Federal court IDr R tJ LChord of Lebin on wai called in consultation with In physicivns ii ehirgt of Ij the case of Mr F M Campbsl1 who is considered desperately i with a compication of diseases Misses Eva and Mildred Biii ley of Mercer county are vist tIlWPone of the candidates in the Courier Journals tour t Europe coatest and stands second jn the race in the 16th district Miss Lillian Anderson is leadineI Mr Edwin Barrett who has been detained here by the 511m ss obhwife left yererday to take a position of manager of Prices Floating Palace that runs from Evansville Ind to Pitsburg Pa Mrs Barrett will remain here unil she re- Covers her strength sufficiently 0 travel Mrs J A Boulware and daughter Mrs Garland B Cun ningham received their friends last Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 5 oclock Miss Bettie Irvine ana Mesdames Howard BRMc ahoy W M Hqgan J H Lam ptohand Fred Hagan assisted the hostess in entertaining and ibouta hundred guests called duriug the afternoon Tto Best Saf31lard The best safeguard atjainst head ache consipatiou and liver trouble is De Witts Little Early Riser Keep a vial of thess famous little pills in the house and take a dose at bed time when YOU feel that the stomach and bowels need cleans injj The dont gripe Sold by all druggists For Sale Duroc Jersey pigs males weighing about 80 Ibs eligible to register R A MCELR Yff For Sale White Plymouth Rock Cocker els Fishel strain 100 each Full grown vigorous birds Mrs E L DAVISON Eat What You Like Don Starve or Diet Out use Mlo na and Cure yourStom ach Troubles The average treatment o f stomach troubles consits ofr a rigid diet list which often half starves the patient Of course iit would be foolish for any ape who Icnows that some foods vare positively harmful and poisonous to coniique eating them even whilefollowing the Mio ria treatment but in ordinary cases of stomach troubles it isI not nscesssary to starve or diet ifMionais faithfully used a tablet before each meal This scientific remedy for the cure of stomach troubles acts upon the whole digestive system and strengthens the organs so that thyare able to digest any foodthat is eaten without fear of distress The Red Cross Drug Store have so much conlid nse iq the power of MiOiia to cure stom ech troiibleand resultings iils that they give a guarantee with every 50 cent box to refund thel money unless it cures U SSMAJL FROM SpringfieldT toiIIishuig Leaves Springfield at 6aro arriyes at Willisburg at 9 am leaves Willisburg3 pm arrives Springfield 6 pm Passenger rate on way 50c Baggage extra Reaspnablerates Freight hauling Richard Riley L FOR i li iIiI = PUreDrugs iIi and Medicines of all kinds go to i 1 The f Red Cross Drug Store if e SMOCK HAYW Proprietors1 f 1= Also headquarters for Paints Oils V J f i eiiif t 4 OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT i4 4 4 4 l jO 9o Yol i Tobacco r H 2 Cotton j 12 i AT RIGHT PRICES Ha vingbonght before the adraBcc we are enabled toquote very satisfactory figures Afttr i e the stock on hand issold out we will have to pay 10 pec l tent advance on recorders f Buy Mind SaveS Money We are now receiving our spring stock of i Ladies Fine Shoes The Ziegler make J Y YIy gtSpecial Attraction in Swiss and Jaconet Embruideries and all kinds of Lace a See our new wash goods before tfapy are picked over j They are especially good New Dress Goods arriving today We are anxious to show goods Please call L ROBERTSON BROS I i OOOo oOOOOo OOGOOo s 1The 1htlNational Bank 1 t SPRINGFIELD KY j8 apilal 30OOO Surplus and Undividsd Prafits 20j0OO OEEICERS B L Litsey President John W Lewis VicePrciiiemt A McElroy Cashier LBCain Assistant OishferlLIL Foster BookKeeper k i DIRECTORS B L Litaey J W Lewis Sidney Green F H Camp iIv bell RrH Edelen H M Grundy John O PoJJn j rf1IjI We grant every avor consistent with safe banking Your lIMIil ness respectfully solicited S tIoo oooo mattrits 1m u i 44 s MARKsGREENt1I t1 1 old Rliable Manufacturers i t X 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Springfield and Walton Lick from Polin to S C Hardes tys line Number of miles If ScNo 9 Chaplin and Rock Bridge beginning at Chaplin an1 Madia at Burns school house Num ber of miles 21 Sec No 10 Chaplin and Rock Bridge begining at Burns school house and ending at Black John sons store Number of miles 25 Sec No lL Spridgffeld and Fox Creek begining at Longlick bridge amending at junction of pike at toll gate Number of miles 2 Sec No 11 Springfielk and Pox Creek begining at Villisburg and end ing at GlennsCreek Number of miles 3 Sec No 13 Begining at White oak and ending at Dun ansvlle road Number of miles 4 SeNo 14 Beglning at Morgan Bros store and ending at Sulphor Creek Number of miles 1 Sec No 15 Rockbridge Tunnell Mill and ShyderB scales Begins at Sob Dunns ends at Chain river Number of miles2J Sec No 16 Begins at Chaplin river Wm Ingralms Number ofc ids at miles 2 r SecNo 17 Snyders scalse and Gordons Ford Number of miles If Sec No 18 Beginsat Chaplin river at Gordin Ford and ending Snyders scales Number of miles 2 1Sec No 19 Cross Roaes and Cor nlshville begining atCrossRoads and ending at Glens Creek Number of miles 2 Sec N 20 B ginlng at district road iDtReddIcks lane ending at T IJiijersgate Number of miles 3 Sec No 21 Begining at T J Mil lers gate fending at Magisterial dis trict line Nvmber of miles 3 SecNo 22Duncansvillej and Chap flu begining at line of Magisterial district and ending at Murcer county Number of miles 4J Sec No 23 Begining at Snyders scalesand ending at Morgans store Number of miles 3 Sec No 24 Begins at Snyders t scales and ends at Beaver Creek n imber of miles 3 v Sec No 2S Chaplin Rock Bridge begining at Black Johnsons store ending at Fox Creek pike Number j of nilles33 Sec No 26 Beginingat Yocums B anch and ending at Mackville Numbet of niles 334 Sec No 27 Begining at Willber and ending at John Fos Peter s gate tri Numberof miles 2 SecNO 28 Eeglning at rn bridge onTick Creek and ending at Mack olvine and Texas pike Number ol miles See No 29 Begining at top of Jiill near Dick Wilkerson and ending at the Mackvllle and Springfield pike Number of miles1tI Sec No 3d Begining at Mack tville ending at Eli Salmons Number of miles 3 Sec No 31 Beginlng at Mackylllc r and Perryvllle pike and ending at Mercer county line Number ol miles 1 Sec No 32 Begining at Mackxilk amending at Perry Bakers gate t Nvmber of miles 3 Sec No 33 Begining at Mackville and WilHsburg pike and ending at Lem Qareys gate Number cr niles 13g Sec No 34 Begining at Cem Car eygate and ending at Cardwell Number of miles 31f I SeNo3J Begining at Cardwell ending at Bethel church Number of miles 5 Sec No 30 Beginlng at Mercer county line cndsat Fox Creek and pringfield k pike Nunib r of miles 5t Sec o37 Begins atGle1Cree forendsatMercer county line miles 3j fIiOf 38 Benlnlng at Glens t atVhlteoa1 Creek Number of miltsl1 o 74 n ining at Oliver San iJrs and ending at Mercer county nine Number of miles H k14Sec No 44 Begining at Ely Salmons ending at Boyle county line Number of miles 1 r k Set No 45 Beginning at Bottoms ore and at Perryqlll pike Number ofcmiles4 i JACK SHARP Assistant Road Overseer e v WATEjTO buy enough sawed lumber to build a stock barm Either ck or poplar Luther A Burns II fYRD lLWUX zWJiTO utP pSxYi1 ii r1r j irr II Everyl 11 Two Minutes Physicians tellus that all v the bio1 o d ia healthy human body passes through the heart once in every two minutes Ifthig action becomes irregular the whole body suffers Poor health follows poor blood Scbtts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason Why SCOTTSEMULSION is I uch a grea fid is because it passe so quickly into the blood It ispartly di gested before it enters the stomacha double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach quicker andmore direct benefits To get the greatest amount of goodwith the least pos sible effort isitlje desire of everyone in fpOor health Scotts EmuJsion does just thatoA change for the better takes place even fore you expectitWeitc beI wilt tend you i ttipple free Be sure that this picture in the form of a llibell is on the wnp perVf erety bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT EChemht 409 Pearl StJvNYo- ccnUaadiioo AUdrsgfts GIFT EBOM THE GODS AMBER SO THE LEGEND GOES IS THE TEARS OFTHE HELIADES rhe Anclcnta lllfMr Jrlxed Tbli Fosili Guiul Maiienm of naecta and FluttcrUI Virtue and Ita teSe of the Prize Lnrnpa Few events In history have left more lasting imprjsslon on the jearth Iuan the Ilsastrous attempt of Phae thon to pilde the chariot of the sun Driving tw near the earth he set the mountains on fire dried up seas made Lybla a desert and blackened the faces of the Ethiopians And mountains are still burning dried up seas are testified by geology the great African desert yet exists the Ethiopian has not been able to change hlsjskin As Jwk Cad would say they are alive to this da- 3totest1f1t And Thaethons own sad fate b com memorated a monument more last ing than brassi For when he was hurl xl down to the river Eridanus the modern Poby wrathful Jupiter his sisters the sun daughters or Heliades wept bitter tears And so the kindly gods In pity changed them Into poplar trees and their tears Into amber The tears of the Hcllades are pre clout Indeed to the student of the lift of the past for in them are preserved In the most perfect state Insects ofl many species Amber Is natures em balmer Once burled In Its preserving matrix an organic body Is preserved forever barring accidents Here Is one of natures numerous hints to Invent ors Even those grand old embalm rs the Egyptians could not embalm like the Hellades with their amber tears Within the mass of amber may be found flies and beetles in the rooSter feet state of preservation A student at onti of our great unlver sities once stated on the authority o the specimens In tile university mu seum that an Insert usually had three or four legs and never more than five But the insects In amber have their proper complement of six The vein ings of their wings and their delicate antennae are also beautifully preserv edDragon flies pursuing the smaller winged denizens of the air were them selves entrapped and preserved for the inspection of the curious of future ages the ce tiped exercising its many legs In tree climbing readied the out welling tear and stuck fast the spider hunting the fly touched the sticky secretion and could hot tear itself away A veritable inns um of insects and other small creatures is the the amber dug out from the rocky strata of the iarth It is also a museum of flowers f a preserver of those delicate parts of the plant not often found otherwise Here are the petals the stamens even the grains of pollen Hurt again are the catkins of several species of oak and numbers of uilscroscopjcnl fungi Amber occurs In greatest abundance along the Baltic coast especially be twden Pillau und Grosz Hubeufckeu Some 3000 persQns are said to be em ployed there In the search for amber and in favorabfe seasons thej will iratlier from 3000 to 4000 hundred weight A stonu is a great boou to the amber gatherers for It washes the am ber out of the cUlls and strews it along the shore In England anther is picked up along the coasts of Norfolk and Es sex To the ancients amber was something of a mystery which enhanced Its fuse nation The name of the philosopher who first observed its electrical property not known but this was do icrlbed by Thales iof Miletus Amber was known in the itlnjie of Homer for among the Jewels offered t1 by Phoeni clam traders to thef queen of Syra was i gold necklace hung with bits of am her In tome In the time of Pliny It vas of such repute that this writer sarcastically observes that the price of a small umber figure however diminu the exceeds that of a healthy slave But besides its value as an ornament personal or otherwise arlous peculiar virtues were attributed to amber To quote again that diligent collector of the corn and chntrot the knowledge of flils time True it Is that a collar of amber beads worn about the necks of young Infants Is d singular preserva live to them ag lut secret poison and a countercharm tor witchcraft auj sorceries It wag also the same an thorq Informs nsl colored to imitate various precious stones And It Is Interesting to note that tin TrksL who use amber Idrfoir no I t t sgsrtbtjIUIU It prevents the spread of infection Amber is also highly esteemed from a religious point of vjew by tba follow eMot Mohammed and large quantities are purchased by the pilgrims bound tort e hob city of Mecca AmberhaV plqyed Its part as a clvI lllzer of the human race for just us tin attracted Carthaginians nnd Phoenl clanS to England and thus advanced fthe social development of the Britons 1io amber drew the ancient traders to the sjQres ot tile BaltIc and promoted dweilluglfinds of Greek and Roman coins as well us of bronze instiuraents met wltjd there As regards the development of the human race then the tears of the IIcllAcIes have not been shed in vaiuu- DnHng the reign of Nenxa great am ber seelilng oxpedltiou wits sent from Rome tJ tie shores of the Baltic even then eiulJedtor the richness of 19 deposits So successful were tIle gatt erers that they carried back to the Im perjal cljy 13000 pounds of amber as- a prcfsent to the emperor a bony toll of tears but pcrhaps not unfitting tribute to the emperor who fiddled while Rome was burning Aniong this Imperlar amber wds one piec weighing thirteen poundsa very nouaual fcize In modern times It piece the same weight was found tur irhichlt Is aid 1000 was refused Probably the record lump iIs that in thq oyal cabinet at Berlin which weighs tigbtctnr potlnds Such pieces however are of extreme rarity and the large size of certain v s sels or amber which have come down from ancient times suggests that the art of cementing and molding together pieces of amber must have been known And it is found that by boiling It for a prolonged period In rape oil amber becomes softened and pieces can then be joined together The Latin name for amber succl num from which Qmes the French succln points to the fact that the Romnns knew its origin For the word means gum stone And so we find Pllnysfating clearly that amber Is an exudation from trees of the pine fam fly like gum from the cherry and resin from the pine And this agrees with the Opinion of geologists who claim amber as a fossil a tossil gum It is in tact similar In Its origin to the gum which oozes from the plum or cherry or the resin which flows from the wounded pine London Standard FACTS IN FEW LINE There are no newsboys In Spain Wo men sell newspapers on the street It Is understood that altogether the peace negotiations cost the Japanese government 400000IINorway exported about 08000000 pounds of fresh cod and more than half that amount of salt cod last year The pay of the Russian private sol dier has been Increased more than 100 per centthat Is to say from 135 to 3 a year Because In one layot ten hours re cedtly the alroshouse barber at Bethnal green London shaved 230 men there Is some talkiof raising his wages A British constitutional association has been formed for the purpose of promoting personal liberty and limiting the functions of governing bodies accordln1 yJCompany G Second regiment Con necticut militia stationed at Water bury has three men who have served In the militia of the state for over twenty years The highest price ever paid for a steer at tIle stockyards at Kansas City Is 10 cents a pound which was pak the other day for a choke animal Tin record price previous to this sale was 8 cents There was a stair climbing contest on the Eiffel tower Paris recently Three hundred competitors climbed the 729 steps all In racing costume with rubber Hhoes Tlie winner performed the feat In 3 minutes 10 seconds During the year 1905 sixtythree mar tinge licenses were granted In Mont pelier Vt Ninetyseven bf the con tracting parties were native born aul twentysix foreign Three stated that they had forgotten the place of their nativityThe ongoFrec State has on the wa terways of the upper Kongo regular steam navigation lines On Stanley pool there are about 100 steamers half of which belong to the state The steamers in use on the river and lakes are specially built in Europe for sluggish waters Irish pearls which are of rare purltj and colorings have become much in vogue In England wlthln the past two years Queen Alexandra wears a pearl from the oyster beds at Conue mars set In green enamel The orna mont is lit the form of a brooch a pros ent from Lady Dudley Miss Annie Paris of Manchester N II recently reported the loss of two rings to the police Two days after she found both riups done up In a wad or paper and lying on the floor of the woodshed at her homo How they came there Is a mystery which shs says sIte shall not attempt to solve The furnace as a menus of ventila tion Is said to be more economical la deep mines than In shallow ones as It aitti lir hauthur si Column a sst V1 Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor I xicsr I311d cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order Iordiseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncommon Jjf for a child to be born iJ afflicted with weak kid 1 = neys If the child urin Uates 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 bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first tep should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to adlseased condition of the kidneys and blaader and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble mId both need the same great remedy efCectofSwRootby druggists In fifty vB cent and one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mail n free also pamphlet tell Boa ot swampnoot ing all about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer fc Ct Binghamton N Y be sure and rhentlon this piper t r v w w7WI w J thU I K 1 A Louisville Daily Paper and The NewsjI U Leader forS2200 i Fora fose6u wideWi k Peo which it Iis printed If you are taking the NewsLeader you can renew your subscription and 3S I advantage of this offer xLfc c is The Subscription Price of the LouisYille PaiIeraldiis300i 3 g iThe Subscription Price of the NewsLeader Jjs toOI We wiff send you both Papers forr tV eVe r for 200 m t T1eouisvi n e Herald gives as good a market report as an paper pUbishe iiplq i vll and jis- i fr handling a great deal of news that cannot bafounjd in any other paper This offer IS only madeJ orafitj t limited time and may ba withdrawn any week by the HeMald so take advantage at once1SeQqtall Sw li Subscriptions i j II dTUJ NWSLEADER SpringfielddKY 1 11 J J Jr J ii Ig Jti gj vw b w7Thitho i t it f nit 11 1me nnaIDuke of Devonshire possesses as Claude Lorralnca Book of ttThe which Is ufd to be one of thc and most valuable volumes In Eucope It is worth six times as inuth as thq razarlu Blblo the most cost ly book that the British museum can boast The late duke refused an offer of 100000 frtrMt An eight Inch sapling has been discovered growing through a lantern globe in the woods near West Frank lln Me The tree which Is growing on the site of an old lumber cutup exceeds In diameter the gldbeand bulges out both above and below the glass Strange as It may seem the glass Is neither broken nor cracked China tins no less than 7J2G50 citi zens living in foreign countries and line abundant reason to be watchful of their interests There ate only SOQOC of thorn in the Philippines our govern ment having prohibited their entrance there and the total fur all American countries Is 272821 J of whom probably about 100000 are In this country Here are a few of the prices quoted on common commodities in 180304 according to an old account book owned by James Walker of GofCstown X H Green tea 150 a pound flour 10 per barrel lamp ol 42 cents a quart sug ar 20 rents a pound pork 20 cents a pound molasses 1 a gallon beans S3 poundIHe has telegraphic communication with his secretary and stenographers In the adjoining rom and he can call for pa pers wanted or dictate letters without leaving his private roim or interrupt In arty way the Important conferences that take place daily lu his office A new record for stnture huts been established by one of the newly elect ed Pittsbtirg representatives to con gress tir Andrew Jackson Barchfeld whose six feet live Incites evoked from the kaiser at their meeting in Berlin last summer the remark that his nn cestor would have Jiad him In the royal guards had they conjoined at the proper period Before him the New Hampshire giant Mr Shlloway bowed In humility Congressman J Warren Keifor the venerable Ohioan who huts once more taken his seat In the house has not kept posted on the up to date mptluxls In vogue there During the rending of the presidents n ssage he wanted a page and in the style of long agi clapped his hands The signal was repeat ed twice arid his follow members tlungbt he was applauding the mes sage Finally the head page who has been itt the service of the house forty years hurried up and explained to Mr Kelfcr thnt there waa n push button at every desK Well Im a has been sure enough said tho exspeaker laughing IAzJ i aL Broken crackers the refuse from tho cracker factories anne fed by several successful poult ryuieu aud the con sumption Is increasing auuually It must be remembered however that the main nutriment in this Instance In fctarch r As among a thousand human faces no two are alike Koauiong ail equal number of horvtss uouu have hoofs exIHctly allku a fact which line an iin portant bearing in correct horscsLoo Il11g Iudlcurc Should be Inkcu in btaiaj i the various kinds of grcss and clover seeds as these of tcu fontaln In Jurious sectls of weeds that thus become widely sCattered over the coun IUthat wireworms wlU riot live in ground where buckwheat Is grown for two sea sons and that potato laud may be cleared of these worms by growing buckwheat IFinite Trick Sit in a chair and rest the tip of the first finger of either hand on the top of your heat Ask a person td raise the hand by grasping your wrist San dow with sill his strength could not lift the hand of a child Ho would raise the child from the floor but Its finger would not be moved from Its heads Anothqr trick shows how easily tho strengthen the fingers of any ordinary persons hand can part the lists of stroug man Place your fists together at arms let1ttb let another persoc strike simultaneously your left fist with one finger In a dowmvardrdlree Lion and your right fist with one Linger In an upward rllrontlon No matter bow hard you press your fists to etb tr they will Uy apart I WHY THE SEA IS SALT IT HAS BEEN SO EVER SINCE THE CREATION Or THE WORLD Of Great Benefit to Mnnklnd Contl nentM Produced by the Skeleton of Aiiluinl That Could Vot Have Lived J In Jtrrb VuterIThe Sea at present contains 00000 OOOOOOOOOCOO tons of salt If this halt could be gathered in a solid form and compressed into the shape of u cube it would contain 1017y000 cubic miles Each edge of such a cube would meas iire somewhat more than 200 millS This is enough to cover allthe laud on this globe with a uniform layer of salt to a depth of thousand feet Tills statement as to the saltiness of the sea Is Interesting enough hi Itself but it is I Iso suggestive The question may well be asked Where did all this salt come fcom and what is the use of It Several scientific gentlelncn have attempted to answer this first question and their efforts tint nQt entirely satisfactory The second question is not po ellfficolteAccording to the history of the crcu tlon of the world as toldby Moses lu tIle Genesis it Is Implied that the ocean existed before the lurid for on the third day the water wider the heav ens was gathered together and UK dry laud appeared This staViment line bothered a grea number of able philosophers who In their effort to stick to the letter of the Scripture and at the same tithe to rca son out everything on perfectly uatura principles have been puzzled to know how such a grand uisformationcould be accomplished in one day and their perplexity was not relieved when learned geologists announced that it must have required ages for tlio waters that enveloped the earth to subside and re veal this land that lay beneath But when it was suggested that the word tiny as used by Moses meant not a period of twQiityfour hours but an era of thousands of years the dim ciilty was removed This mcanlng of the word day Is at present generally ifecepted by devout scientists who now declare that there is nothing Impossible In Moses account of the creation Tills description to be sure Is lam entably brief It vas hardly nde quate to pass over such a huge event as the creation of a world in a few lines That was a big story from a newspaper point of View and all thoughtful persons much acknowledge that Moses did not take advantage of Ills opportunity Accepting the Mosaic account a learned writer on the physical history j of the globe supplies what Moses left ontonnlln so doing he gives a very good reason for the presence of tin suit In the fcea Having arrived at the point of Moses nicilgcr narrative where the earth was In a molten state aivl surrounded by nit envelope of gases and of water vapor the writer says The carbonates chlorides Undsul Abates chemical combinations of car lion chlorine and sulphur with oxygen were changed Into silicates The car lion chlorine and sulphur being thus freed from the oxygen separated In the form of acid gases These with uttrb gen vapor of water and probable ex- rnssofoxygen formed the atmosphere which was very dense and also ver unhealthy The surface df the earth was ear red with lumps of molten rock proba bly rowmblng fuhiace slag The depressed parts of the surface were filled with highly heated solutions of hydro chloric and sulphuric acids which ate Into tho surface and decomposed it In tills way the silicates were changed to pure silica taking the form of quartz as the atmosphere cooled and thereon louBati u of tha vaporous atmosphere produced Ha water holding In solutiott FR1lJ of sTdlnm calcium magnesiua and ammonium The atmosphere thus freed of Itj noxious elements became pure anti fit for man It Is therefore evident that the son tins been salty from the creation of the wbrld The salt does not come as IJ generally supposed from fricf on of the water against nlt rpcks In the bolt the ocean This then answers tho first question Where did the salt com from The second question is pretty well answered by a scientist tJStJ to provide for tile system of evolution which has been going on since the crea Ion Many distinct species of living organisms exist In tire sea as a result of Its salinity and their remains have largely contributed to the growth of continents The minute creatures tbajt have lived In tho sea for ages past have left cnI ilmhijf monument in Du 91aadof t 5 H r To Cure a Cold in One DaYtI fTkeLaxative Bromo Qgithneetsep 4 owry jj jjl Seve MlloB mec soW pelt 1311t011tH TI skpstmef1 Lpv1O 25c J f HOWES pJADCMs U- JdASSb4 Something New and entirely dfrerLt from th old style Mate in regular read lug glasses and in near sights and far sighted glasses combined Cost no more than Jbe old style uperior in every way 0We Guarantee them and will prclraptly refunJ monfY if they fail to give perfec satisfaction If you have any eye trouble write us mentioning his paperand well tell you how tto get a pair of Toricpi Glasses that will relieve you roubl if its not incurabei T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville KYj tanua rxrj ana coauneins ir iiir sea had not been salty these marihf anImals could net have ousted and se creted the hard sub ttnce known as n cal hreous skeleton which has large ly contributes to the growth of conti neuts Among these early Inhabitants of the sea were corals crinoids sec urchins rind starfishes The saltiness of the sea has also much to do with the ocean currents which distribute the heat of the tropfcs over the colder regions of the earth Currents are largely dub to thedlffereiict between the specific gravity of sea wa ter and the fresh water of rains Thus when rain tails on a certain part of the ocean the effort of the heavier salt water of the ocean to establish an Xewj0rge rarmer fcis rs i or his daughter oiiv IJ it cri ct to learn all about the uianagem ut rt incubator from the perusal of nvrurcu pages Experience comes from the work Itself This work Is easy Inter esting antI fascinating It occupies the mind and leads to Investigation More than that it leads to success and profit But great results cannot be ex pected In the beginning The poultry business is a trade anti must be learn ed Many a person is idle tqday and looking for sonic spbcrtf of usefulness who could learn how to operate an In cubator to both mental anti financial advantage But the work slight as It is must be done properly and at the right time The poultry business Is honorable and profitable but it jrei quires study and experlcuce We serv long and faithful apprenticeship to learn other more laborious and less ijmuneratlve trades when tire jgamci amount of application would Iri less time Diake us experts with an lncs1 bator and give us a trade In a line not infected by strikes or lockouts or liable to be overcrowded lltchard IL Wl sourlStomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh indIgestionlKodoll dges1tIonascombined with the greatest known tonlq and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and 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