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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i U III3S7ABLJSIIED f t 1IN1893 tId i NEW SERES YOL XIUNo13 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 29 1906 1 100 PER YEAR I pv riTiMcct Shffcrs j We yish to state to our friend throu hdtat the tobacco growing sections that we are notfconnec r witlii too directly or indirectly any other warehouse or warehouse company Weconducta Strictly 1de pendenVV Tobacco Warehouse Commission business C A BRIDGES Co Picketb TobaccoProprietors Lonisville KyWarehouse 406tI OUR DIRECTORY- SpRINGrITD1 e county seat of Wa ki rfon County 52 miles south J miles from Ilut o ton5 branch o BardstoWnonX1idwviIIe Nashvillerailroat in- a jjsyj11e and farming and agricultural district v Banks telegraph and telephone mills lumberoffice flourUnii express yards Population 1100 population of I v eouBty 15000- Representative iu Congress Hon D t L Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky LCRIS lature Ron W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon KrV =cuntyDeCtOrV Circuit Court begins on the fourth Ifottday 4tDd OctoThyin February I HThurman Judge Commonwealth AtI It L Durham toney 1KCampbel1 Clerk jLc Leachmtn Master Commiss- wr UARIIccovRT- Quarterly H Court is held on the third Monday in each month B I Ifttsey Judge VCOUNTY COURT t VCounty Court pieetsi on te fourth iConday in eichVmeuthV BLLitsey Judge WF Booker County Clerk TS MaYe3CountyAttorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Osbourne Sheriff SainAflder0flV UJB powell HerbertEtdreman Deputies Ed Masters t F Moore County Surveyor rT gatespOBryan Assessor W iWcheli DeputyT Robert Noe TreasurerI J ii Montgomery Coroner J W Bush Sept of Common Schoola 10 Springfield VVt CITY COURT Jame R Npe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attoi ney JUSTICECOUKT- jiutlce Courts are held in January April July and October = rVChurch Directory LMETHODIST CHURCH 0 J Ser Rev G W Lyon Pastor ttie Fir taud Third Sundays vices JD Ineach month atil a ni and 7O p m S1ndaSchoolevery Sunday atlO am I Prayezmetiflg every WC1Desda- yaJght CATHOLIC C1i RCH Pastor er- VIces ViRev P F BerinS5af every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclocl DServices at St Rose same hours arm CHRISTIAN CHURCH VRev WT Waldcn Pastor Eni tvySuudaTV PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH rBevD Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am trand at 7 pm Sunday school every Prayr zn etln- Vunday at 1Qam jverv Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCHV Rev W m Hlirri8on Williams Tat Preaching every Sunday at II a m School ever and 745 pm Sunday Sunday at 930 am Prayer meetiu- very Tuesday evening at 745 oclocli- VV Fraternal Orders y I MASONIC IODGH Springfleid lodge VVV Npi 50 meets first and third Mouday tleachmonthV v Washington R A Chapter KO 5 t Meets every second Tuesday Sprlnprfield Council oS2 meets or yervtourtbMondayVf VgNrGHT of T MACASEES Meett IV i IJV- mcFLEYS fHONEYANDTAII I fPrtl 4r1n hsults- FriNaCsId1- t f Remember the name F1iysVssiy awl Tfi Insis upon having the genuine THr 4ss ZH Me Sl SG 4P mwav Chlcaa i pcc itl1bTnfd Qrotf Drag St me r w + 4 TIlE News leaderJf WWW l imwro W bfiri iiW Jg V- 4I VVVV A ROUNDOFTbILK1I iC Spring Vi Ruth Rayniond Doan yo see dem blosspmesjcbillunI On de apple ocbadirees T Jes dat sweet de honeys spUtl- nIIFO de hungry little bees Al de birds am happysingin IIn de springtime pears its true de gates 0 Heaven am swingin Fo to let de glory fr6Vc Ain no pictus lak dejpaintains On de clouds at close o day Aint no music lak deipaintinsV O de lambs dat skip and play Ober dayh de vines am clinging TodatgrayoP mosyva1I Back an1 fowth theysbendin swingin But daz neber gwirie to fallV Jes lak weuns who am holdin To de Rock o gesVnowV Growin fraid an den dnibolden Still wes clingin1 fclose I Tow Gprd hab sent de spring to mind us 0 dat bressed land above All illsi beauty am to bind us Closer to His heart o leViI ry OMPLAINT There appears vLL to be an unusual amount of complaint just now frJm citizens out in certain parts of the county about the bad condition of the roads Thisis always a bad time of the year for tile roads The freezing and the thawing followed by the Spring raips bave1 certainly had a very disastrous effect on the pikes Another thicg which bas not improved their condition fjis the heavy hauling Washington countys immense tobacco crop has been moved from the farm to the mar ket and there is iOtVa road in the county that does not show th9 effects ofVt9 passing of theseh avy wagons It should be tememberel o that another reason for the bad condition offf the roads just at this tune is the fact that during the wi terJ moIitffi3very little work has been done on them The road supeii intendendents have let out con tracts for the working of the roads in certain sections of theJ county and the work will begin as soon as the wdather permits The countyhas purchased a rock crusher and we jjunderstand has also negotiated or a traction en gine with Which to operate it- and with projfer management thei e should beja decided im provement in the condition of our highways This is the first year of the Road Supesintend ent System and itwill bfj 10 okedI upon as more 01 less of a its efficiency WeV beleive that the system should be given a fair trial before it is condemned as a failure just a othcr systems which have len previously tried Let us hope that before the year is put our roads will show a decidjeU improvemen haremade1N VVVD ic TCRpJrif one is to judge displayJed by the tobacco growers in planting seed beds and building barns the tobacco crop to be planted in this county will ex ceed in acreage that of any pre vious yearOV ntrary to many predictions the tobacco market has held up remarkably well this season and farmers gener ally have been fairly well satitf fied with the prices realized Those who are advocating the 190iikmany tobacco tenants who de j pend almost solely on iheir to bacco crop fo their living that theynaturayV are opposed to the nonplantingi idea T ROPDsijTidN The Ken 1teits President A Stuart has been heard from again Mr+ Stuart says in a published letter that he desires to obtain some reliable inforniation about the actual cost or raising a crop of Burley tobacco and realizes that he must obtain it from some tenant or practical tobacco grow er who has kept an itemized ac cunt of the expense of raising a a crop from the seed to thVar ket Beowwe give the prop osition in full Mr Stuart offers the sum of850 for the information We suppose the eigH fifty is to CQme out of the fund collected from the growers of theI Stale last Sea Here it is carro any WhiteBurley Tobacco grower that is a tenant wjthio what is known as the Burley dis irict who has kept a correct ac count of what ithas cost him petI pound or per hundredif per give yield to rais i and market his tobacco for the last three years each year separately giving the1 items of cost and figures in hiV own way and make a copy of the same and take it to the cashier of the nearest bank in hIs locality and have him cer- tifythatit is con ect copy of memorandum of accounts shown to bim as having been kept for the for the past three years and that the pa rty producing it isC known to be a tenant and to bacco grower for the last three years and said tenant will for ward the same to us we will ac knowledge receipt of same by letter direct tthim then within IfthisIf of such statements assorted passed upon by a committee oft three tobacco growers and to the one that iis judgedj the best most business like and correct statement we will send 5V int1s to the next best 250 and to tbeJ third 1 The above Applies to the years 1903 1904 and 1095 t This consideration is with a vfew of giving you something for your troubleV J I J Sciefliic Oll8FV The cures that stand to it credit make Bucklen A nica Salve a scientific wonder It cured ER Mulford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Waynesboro Pa of a distress ing c seof Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ul t cers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at C1J Haydons Drug Store Veed CoriiV Pof W HScherffius chemist at the State College Experiment Stateion has issued an mterestio bulletin on the method of spI ting seed corn and of the composition of the number of varieties of Kentucky corn The purposes j of thebulletin which will bef mailed Jo any agriculturist in the state at his requestis to instruct in methods 10 increase yielJ and methods to increase the yield and improve the varieties of corn grown in the different sections of Kentucky If every farmer would test each ear of his seed corn in March before planting time ifb would increase Kentuckys yield thousands of bushels says the Professor Poor seed corn he asserts has reduced the stand in Kentucky to pprovim tely 65 per c nt by actual count A Fr1lld that was a Fncnd Dont froirnloOk pleasant If you are suffering frofn indigestion or sour stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hon Jake Moore 6f Atlanta Qa says 1suYeredmore thdn 20 years with indigestion A friend recommended Kodol It relieved me lin one day and I nov enjoy better health than for many years Kodol digests wht you eat relieves sour s tornace bclcbtng etc Kodol strength ens the digestive organs digest the stomach assimilate and enagles ndenjoy sweetensI ever sou liko Sole by all druggist a Seeing Snakes Rev Put Davis theVIib preacher who is conducting the protracted meeting at the Meth odst church has a way in his sermons of talking bout a great many things The other night he compared those people wliafly all to pieces from a high temperto jointed shakes t He said his grand father iin Virginia said tlwbenevertl would fly all to pieces He this was taxingthought maybe the credulity of his congregation In little too far so he turned to askedlhikind ofVa snake Mr Holbert admitt3d that be had seen snakes and bad even killed jointed one Dr Enrly the Patr of the church had also seen snakes and gave testimony there wasa kind that was jointed and flew toI pieces He knew because he had killed them This was not the end of the matter although the congregation by this time was very much amused Rev Thur man Richardson was hittne back of the audience and rose up to say that hehad son snakes all uf hislife That a jointed snake was about a foot and half long that they had joints about two inches long and that everyone of these joints would fly apart iif you hit them He had performed the jobRe also believed that the joints came together again and the snake went off He has hit onp Once and left the joints all lying around and when he went back there in a few hours everyone of them was gone By this timesnakes bad taken poss ession of the congregation so completely that Pat Davis con cluded that the best thing to do was to pronounce the benedic tiod ETown News Wnaiii PIDBYS Women are more often afflicted with t idhey disorders than men but attribvte the rymptoras to diseases peculiar to their sex while in reality the kldkeys are deranged Nervousness headache puffey or dak circles under the eyes pain in the back are signs of kidney trouble that must no be ignored or a seoious malady wil result Foleys Kidney Cure has re stored the health of thousands of weak deavous baoken down women It slops irregularities andstrengthens the urinary organs It purifies tip blood ond benefits the whole system Scld by Smock Haydon Talham Springs The sick folks are all convalescent at this writing Mr Isaac Johnson has returned from the city where he has been purchasing his spring ant1 summer goodsVMiss Ethel Rogers of Peri wick is visiting relatives near here this weekVMr Joseph Hays and family are going to start to Illinois this week to make their future home Mr Isaac Johnson acd family visited at tbhoaOVOf hi wifes parents Mr Sparrow near Johnsonville Saturday night and 5undayVV Rev Summers filled his regu lar appointment here Saturday and Sunday but owing to the in cemency of the weather there wasnt any services at night Mrs Martha Snider and sister Miss Bessie Per inisited their aunt Mrs Merrill Pinkston Saturday nightVMrs George KaYd gave a quilting bee last Wednesday mere was fifteen ladies present and they quilted two quillsV Messrs J W Satterly and J S Royalty were in your town Monday last Miss Nannie Keeling has re- turnEd from thecltyVWliere she has been selecting her stock of millinery Dgopds She will sell pats at this place Mr George Kays had a grubbing Wedntsday last He had twentyone hands and I suppose got planty of work done SALES John D Keeling sold a borse to Davies Crow for 75 Winnie Kays sold a hog to Bruner Armstrong for 20 Va bise Royalty bought a wagon from Marshal Keeling at 45 Joe Burkhead sold a mare to George Curtsioger 100 instead of 85 as was reported in last weeks paperv Jas Durr sold a horse to Collie Gulls and bought a cow from same at goV The Taking Cold Habit The old cold goes a new oneI quickly comes Its the story of a weak throat weak lungs a tendency to consumption Cherry Pectoral lAyers up the takingcold habit It strengthens soothes heals Ask your doctor about it The beat kind ofiiateitimbnUl Sold for over sixty years V1Tr XsdbiJ o ysr otowetu xaLisa t 9 LIweLlJerSvtiOL Jln ae Heta w pubilak the twaJMef aU our Keep the IMweil nm ular with Ayer fIlIIsJst one pill each night t4 FARMERS ORGANIZE Join theAmerican Society- Equity of to Promote Their Interests- Correspondence News Leader HILLSBORO The farmersimet Saturday night at Fenwick an organized a club known as the American Society of Equity Art effortWill be made to organize a club at the place The farm Hs seem very enthusiastic over the movement the object of which is to secure better prices for all products grown and better legis lation in their behalf All other classes are organzed and it looks like it is hierh time fdr the same kind of movement by the farmers for statistis show that only 45 per cent own ther homes and 2 per cent of them under mortgage and that the wealth is gradually drifting into the bands of a few Laws are being framed to suit the trusts and monopolies to make them richer and the farm ing class poorer Afterc they toil for a long year for all their products raised the trusts b the price Why not organize and be able to set our own price The will have to give our price for all classes are depending on the tillers of the soil Upon the farmer rests the destiny of the world for they arq a power and they can secure their rights and unless they break off the shackles of si very that the trest would put over them they will soon rt ad their doom the setting sun It is time for them to act and we hope they will stand by the A S E not only in this county but throughout the entire cojntryariU reap all of its bene fits wJc i will certainly follow LILAC NOT A PTENr MEDICNLV Hyomel a Scientific Treatment tor Catarrh by Breathing Mcdl cated il- rBreaht roush the pocket iin haler tt at corns with every outfit Hyomei destroys all cat arrhal germs in the air passages of the throat and nose soothes and heals the irritated mucous membrane and effectually drives from the spstem all traces of catarrhal poisonV No due should confound Hyo met with the patent medicines that are advertised as qatarrh uresIt is as superior to them all as the diamond is more valu able than cheap glassV The complete Hycmei outfit consisting of a neat pocket in haler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei costs but arid extra bottles con be obtained for 50 cents making it the most economical method of curing catarrh as wellas the most r aliableVThe Red Cross Drug Store have sold a great many Hyomei outfits and hsVeseen such re markable results from its uses tha they sell it under an abso lute guarantee that it cdsts nothing unless itcuresV Motey Will NotCome Back The money paid in by the farmers of Owen and many other counties in the Burley district of Kentucky to the Burley Tobacco Growers Co last Summer and Pall will tot be paid back to the farmers or any part of it The Democrat is in possession of a letter from vlr Stewart written to one of the burley growers in which he goes into the mat er in great dtiiland explains the reason why in fullVIn ths let er Mr Stewart claims that the money subscribed by the farmers was only to be paid back ia the event that the company fdiled to perfect its organization That inasmuch as the company was organized and CompanyIunder no obligatiolis retuin to the farmers any part of the money subscribed by them but that such money ss now remains On hand will be kept in the Treaury of the company for utureworkV4In most of the countieslfbf the district the money subscribed by- he farmer supposed to have been 250000 ten per cent 01 which was paid in was paid over to the Treasurer of the Buries Tobacco Growers Company This money was used in par tc defray the expenses and doing the work of the organization ul the company A very consider able part of that money remains in tLe hands of the company and this money is not to be paid back- to the farmers but kept intbe Treasury In Carrol county and in some other counties of the burley district the morey subscribed lby the farmers was never paid over to the company but kept in the local banks and when the company wits unable to handle the crop of 1905 those in control of the matter in these counties had ttfe money paid back to the farmers who had subscribed it In his letter Mr Stewart fails to say what the company expects to do with the inonay now in their hands except that they will keep it and use it to further any plan to fight the trust that maybe brought forward Mr Stewarts letter is entirely too long to publish in detail but these are the essential facs in thecaseOVen Democrat Eggs Eggs- AC Kimball has for sale White Wyandottes White Vpy mouth Rock Single Comb Brown Leghorn eggs at 75 cents for 15 Eefatb IaJC in IffiwMk and CUcai During Novembea and December 1903 oue fifth of the deaths In NeW York and Chicago were from pneu monia Foleys Honey and TAr not only stops the cough but heals and trengthens the lungs and prevents pneumonia so do nut take chances on a cold wearing away when Foley f Honey and Tar will cure you quick and prevent serious results Sold by- Re Cross I3rug Store Jail Birds Galore There are now thirty one prisoners = men andboyscon ti fled in the county jail at this place This iis the laget nun ber of prisoners we have had here at one tithe in many years Twelve of these are Fed6ali prisoners severall serving out jail sentences Of the nineteen others some are awaiting trial some are serving sentences two IWO are waiting to go to the penitentiary at the clo3eof the term one for ten years and one for lifeand there is a strong prob ability of about three others going with them and still om or two others will no doubt g- if they are tried at this term dlf court The jail is rretty well tilled For seeping purposes the cells will iccoinraodate bbout s xteen individuals while the nfteen others require most of the other sleeping room Etown News Tte Best S Sttarl The best safeguard against head ache consipatipu and liver trouble ia De Witts Little Early Riser Keep a vial of them famous little pills in the house and take a dose at bedtime when you feel that the stomach and bowels need cleansl fip The dont gripe Sold by all dnggists Like a Lamp cA certain gentleman was sur pris da few evenings ago when his wife named an expensive lamp after him He was more surprised at her reason for doj iDg so Well said she you know dear it las a good deal of brass about it it iis han som tcj look at requires1agood deal of attention it is remrrkable brilliant it is sometimes unsteady liabl to expioJe when only half full hares up occasionally it is elf ways out at bed time and iis bopnd to smokeExchantE j Mothers everywhere praise One Mint uleC ough Oar r for the Bufferincrs it has relieved and the lives of the little ones it has saved A certain cure lOT coughs croup and whooping cough tfrke breathing easy cuts otit phlegm and drawa out the inflatiH nation It should be kept on hand for im mediate use Sold by alt drag gists Lenten goods of all kindk fish loose or in kitsV cheaper than ever before A cut pricje in peaches prunes apricot navy beans hominy and rice fOr he next 10 days at C W Hagans DRKINQS NEW PiSCOYC Will Swtly IMp TfN C9tfh 1SUBSCRI710N 6 jii JtJJ i Ir if cfl 1ii IILIKES THE COUNTRY Radlyij Iowa March li MrfE L pavisop iVe have arrived safely and have moved out on toe farm aw- areAvji comfortably situated T iiaiaai fine looking ftrninp country as one would wish to see and from all appearances I guess you would not be issapointed TJbe farms are well Improved gpod barns and warm houses everything is made handy and c6mf rtable both for man and- sockand everything seems ti bfe liveyx although the wecthe ii cold about as cold as you generally see it in Kentucky in raid wint r but it looks like business is going oRal the same Nearly all the farmers arn in the dairy Business You can see them tatcing their milk ejer other day to the creamery TheyfHafe the cream spperated and take the fflrHr baek thc- ML teed it to the hogs ana calves Have a good grade oi cattle mosly short horntinf f4m hoses weight from 1200 it 100 pounds and prices ranging fsom 140 to 200 and semi higher These prices ajre fQi gb d horses and of course iher are cheaper onesV The peopl here are mostly German bu they rau all speak English s+ era to be clevei sociable nocII blinel railroads andtuavy 10 i rains ae passing every ith cattle and hogs Tue Chic ao Great Western railroac passes through im mediate ttigh borhood Corn oats and hay ajre the principle crops we found t bout 9 or10 tons of hay in out arn orn is worth about SOc i 4ats 23c and hay from 3 to S5a on Of course that means fat stock of all kinds I like the grub alrigh except one thing t dont have any ccrn breatt Mr Editor you tell Sam Van ArsdaL a send me some meal The he health of the county is good I hear no complaints of sicKness JGhurch and Sunday school are not as handy as I would like tv have it We have a Methodist church about three miles away land a Lutberern church losE r havent got home sick yet but iti I do I will go fishing we nave j bdlow the barn lot with plenty of ifloe fish in it so the people say utI feel like we ate going to be contested booking at things as I they appear at present So Mr Editor as I am not accustomed jtb writing will close for tte present Z P Leachman f Several yearn since my lungswere so bally affected that I hadmarts hemorrhages writesA M Ake oi Wood In I took treatment witb several phyt ttians without any benefit I then started to take Foleja Honey 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 Tai stops toe cough and tiers thelnugs and prevents serious results from a oldRefuse substitutes Sold by Sniock and Haydon Eqgs for HatcklsqV Mrs R A Mclntire SpriQgI field Ky R F D No2 ha egg from pure bred B P Rocks and SJC But Orpingtons for sale at 1 per 3 5 33mo free Trip Ti- Lt lsville The Retail Merchants Associa tion of Louisville will refund in cash tone of town cusomers the cost of out round trip tick- etS based on a one and one third fare on the following lat sApril 2nd to 14 h May 7th to 19th June 11th to 16th- Forparticulars address J VIBeckmann Manager Retai Merchents Association Urbtfn Bldglj Louisville Ky TT Joe Robinson coloredT chftr ftd with the killing of Frank Robinson coloreJ hau an examining trial before Judge D ughert last Saturday antFj was acpuitted a cle ir caN of tall defense being established The killing Wok place atout there weeks VagoSLndar- dCartwrlghf Vc Crsk t IRa and snow have b tB the rage for thepaitweak ant every thing is gloomy looking bet tJele will come a bright d57V ome tIieV y y Mr Will 1enj of Valley Hill It was fn our community otbiiiiV I tness MondayV i ii feay Smith of Riywick w5 f visitingtt the home of MnVy nn i Riney Sunday1V Miss VIOl Wbea ley Ol BetVland is spending a few weekap with her auct Mrs Pious NadlC i if this ploce VV J Bf Carrico sold to Watt i OBryan three hogs at 1960 Miss Elii McClain who has beeh yery sck for the pat few weeks we are glad to report much better Misspell Horn h spending thii week with her uucl rSf J Smith of the Sv Marys neigh rr ortoodV John Hamilton left Saturday naming fqr touisvilie whereV le has accepted ai poaition Mrs William Smitn wbxJ has been vis ting in Louisville for smetime returned home Sun dayiEaHYM You Like v Oont Starveor DIclrBul ac iaand Cure y rSl ach TraiiMcs The average treatment o fV tomach troubles coasrte ofVrigid diet lliat which ipittn halfV itarves the patient 010011 il would be foolish for any ocii vbo knows that some foods ais positively harmful ad poMona ios to con ioue aatieg tQel iiv while folloitng the lio oa treatment but ia ordtaary J cases of stomach trovblec it IaV aot nece3ssary1oVstare or diet tfMlonais faithfully used a fjtablet beforeyeacjb Sfcal Thi scientific remedy for the ureof stomach troubles acts ipon the whole digeft tire system nd strengthens the erfans so that they are able to digeatrany rood that Is eaten without feir off distress The Red Cross Drug Storj oave so much cpnfidense jt ihe power of Miona to care skMBr ch trouble and resaljtipgs inp that they give a gaaraatee with every 50 cent box to refand the nbney unless itcor f ChHfcfc Ete troycL tj Tlie Baptist church together with the parsonage was hiraM iJF it Lebanon Junction iCondaj Morning at 180 ocl Clr beiaK a J cptal lots except the coateats qlVthe p rsooajte The eyMre 1f Burne the pastor succeeded iaV rfi jf removing mOAt of the frnitsiVbicB was badly damaged 0It1 iount of the heavy rail which iommeoced tOLilt while tW flnture was on the street Te loss on the uharitt is 3500 r vhht insurance of2000 Loss ron parsonage 1 500 wits ia r siraji e of 9600 The chuh till be epleedwith a taa aoa 7jjmodern brick baiidiBff coUmf 6000 Theparsottage willals j e rebuflt The membership qf thieV ft church incliades a number j i t wealthy citlseus of LebaWii Janctlon and far na rs near kmn 4V Mr Hooker President Uw J t Lebanon 1kioMi of tej leaders of the church anil a pebVliell Piritedaot alairs a l is n ftakingsscivpartiatbisseri t Standard TmtirJ1cu Spiking of the biItt4r to jyhi h some of the Myafft iribM in the PtiilippiMft fhjea UUir i captivMJ1u m of UM in ten t sufftriMf I pdMf i lotV three jBonUk ftrcm i ftMnmik x f f the KidH jV UW W M IheranofOa isi a lo If tDrbelped trie CIUM which Liver M1IMillII t IiI Blood cI aDd rstoretMek sd w vows to robtMt IthVaedbyCJiJap dp J Pricei SOt tf J7t1nsua ijlhj Isiureiithe = sss- urac tt- CUI Ky tbef sy xspis tbt V8tbAtskIstyt d- s3isIDlulLOf ItJl 3tVVtnllt- l J ff Ti7IrIhut NEWSLEADER PVfJ1UD aYTm1MDY t 4SIAYEAPUP4ADVANOEI I j I ht SPRINGIELDKY-p iiEr1fAyISONJr t t tl r1tI1tmen notices 10 cents pw I arJ aubHJunUnsPrt1oD x Ol 8 candidate aud political matter Vber1iei Job work Is doe at low rates bat cash l fu- t jtu jhoj t Jpcrds Av AoYtrttpiag coatracts made on liberal ett1fJ v ObliBirlei and resolutions of ruspeci- Mte perils DCl1X1J t Cty aItrate 350 OatrlctCHBces Ir THURSDAY MARCH 29 1 06 We are authorized to announce Robert Noe jaPia candidate for the office of Clerk fot the Washington Circuit Court K Subject to the action of the Demo cratic party The Kentucky Legislature ad- Journed Monday after passing a law taxing whisky rectifyers a Icent and a quarter on every gallon df their product lt is es timated that this willjbrtfiga t revenue to the State of 15000 f annually s t Valley Hill It seems that the old adage March coites in like a lion and goeout like a lamb is some whatout of the way as it seems that it has both come in and i- s1goin out like a lion this time It 4 Mias Susie Edgerton of Hills boro i spending the week with Mrs J L Moran of this place Mrs JR L Moran spent last Friday right with her sister Mrs Emma Baker of iwar Wil ilsburg JYrLev Brown and mother Mrs Ri 0 Boblitt of Spring field spent last Thursday with Mr and Mrs Thomas Reed ol if tHis placeRJ MrsSabe Hardin who has teen ill for quite a while is con valescing at this jottine i I Mils Julia Gotley is voting Mrs Eliza Mitchel of Lear Po lin this week Messrs Stephen Scott and ShElton Montgomery of Polin attended meeting here Sunday Pair Weather of this place spent last week in Nfew Orleans La justifying most people to stay at home I 1 The correspondent who re- centlyi saidlb seemed all though 4winter has robbed us of spring P surely snoke more truth than philosophy M W Seay and wile of Oak Hill spent Sunday wiih Mr Jas fe GoatleyIMr Hilton of near Polin who has been working iii this vicin i 1ity for quite a while has con- J tracted a severe case of mumps W F Moran sold two cows to H H Tatnra last week Price receiv d 59 IT Virgin of Maud was I fin our midst Monday night j Tne sick of our community are all convalescent at this writ Jfag 1 Mumps seems to be having Mtsdav in this community wRevA C Pinkston who has ben conducting a series pi meetings iin this vicinity for the t past two weeks has begun a tua iays meetiug at Mo resville He is a fine preacher aud every one jihould hear him xIt benooves me as correspon f Ueit of this yicinit to say hat 1ourC N columns are not being 7 supported as they should I ask the many readers to pardon my feebleness as a writer for al though I have been a correspou t dint for two years and over I r can see the lack of power to ply i ray Pen properly and express toy thoughts as 1 should jHow ever eacb one must enteip into Vine duties of this slight el risponsible poiion and do oai bC4tjh farttmr the prosperity 0 our paper Once this interesting sheet is carried to i ew tomes it is sure to become a r gular caller One dollar isnt much w spend if spuut in ib propel manner anti I cannot see h r Ia better nvp lm it can be madt 0 tbii to have youruame attached rto the long list of subtcril ers UNO DociorsPuzzM Tha remarkable recovery of KehnethTMciver of Vanceboro Me is the subjectof much in 7 terest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends He c says of his case Owing to J severe jnflamation of the throat gand congestion of the llungs three doctors gave mEt i p to die wnen as a last report I was in inducodlo try Dr lings New Discovery and I am happy to j J1it saved my life Cures uIp worst coughs and colds bron cfatifI toBfiHtis weak lungs h t Isoruess arid la grippp Guar M4M at C J Haynons idrug nd1 Trial bottle ILtt= J fi w MaokviMe I Everybody will be delighted to see some spring like weather as this has been the mos disagreeable month of the winter There has beeir a great deal of sickness in ourtown and com raunjty for several days Mrs Sussn Mayes who has been quite pick is reported no better at this writing Mrs P Walkejr is slowly inv proviusr Mr Paris Petr who has had an attact of pne monia is much bitter at presen Miss Margie I ham arc I one from Heaumont college Harrods burg Fiidiy aaji reurned Moo day J fHarm on went to Louisa ville ihi3 week on a business trip We1 learn tljat Okey Ol yd will open up a first class barber hop iin town in a few days Miss Eva Hatchett has been visiting her iicle MrWm Uatchctt at Wilm rfor a few days Misses Susie Graham and Birdie Brown of Shirpsvillc tire visiting at the home of Mr George Walker near town Charlie Ison of1 Harrodsburg spant Sunday night at the hotel and attended county court at Springneld Monday Jersby Hickerson lost a nice horse and a good Jersey mildi cow last week from over p Wig Rev ke J his ap pel1Boyleand after services the members of the church presented him with a handsome gold watch and chain and also some cash The parson has been wearing a broad smile this week Mr John T Sweeney pur cbaced of Mrs OJay FerreM her house and lot recently Price yatd475 Mrs Ada A mold s school will cJoe thIs week after a successful three months term i ALIveY T sIc with that Md enemy of the race Aprptuble rowith Stomach Liverand Bowels take Dr Kings Sew Life Pills They perfectly regu late these organs without pain or diacomfor j 25c at C J Hay on sdruggi tj Mt Zion Echoes Mr Jas Hood was in Bloom field Monday on business Miss Ethel Carey of Polio was the pleasant guest of vliss Ora PinktonSaturday and SunI dty Mesdames Kate Williams and MondayliiSpringfieldMiss t spentSundayMiss Lizz e Sutherland and sister Aria retprned Monday frnm spveral 4ays visit to their Uncle Richard Mayes at Kirk wood Thurman Chesser of Hardes tys spent Saturday nigbt and Sunday witn Valas Pinkstom H B noora was in Bloom field trading Ja Wednesday Those on the sick list are Miss Grant Hays Mrs Ella Taylor Mis Sue Williams and Mr S A Bayne THE TATxLERSl Hardcsiy Schoohouso The farmers of our communi sowmaoytJbacco somewhat behitd with heir work owing to the bad weather pJinifplaceretqrnedhomeI Misses Martha anti Ida Gray were the pleasant guestsjof their iunt Mrs Lucy Sales Tuesday night Thurman Chesser and Miss Etaet ancSundayMaple Hill spentIt Saturday ngbt with Shell Mont gomeryMissOliie i returnedtneen to ada t her millinery goods for the coming season- he will opera her stockat Mid AprilA r Maud visited at Pine Grove whenhepoor was so infatuated tl at he drove past home arid went to VaHtiy A ffNtOSOME SHOf Anf KJlu fhi iscnep rRICt 300lI I IOPERA HOUSE Thursday March 29 Rowland Clifford Present The Emphatic Suc- cessDora ThornDramatiza ioni of Bertha M Clays Famous Novel THE SWEETEST STORY EVER TOLD Wholesome Clean Refreshing An Excellent Production Prices 35c 5075c Hill before he was conscious or his being on the road at all- TANGLEFOOT l Klllsboro may rain sleeker snow but Hillsboro is always on hands We tire glad to report no sick among us at presept The editor and the correspondents of the News Leader certainly got a hustle on last WhyCantB H McIIvoy and wife of Sweet Retreat were called to the bedsideof the formers mother Mrs Mary McIIvoy at WUlis MellvoyisThere has yet been but one sunshiny day in this month We have heard many of our older folks say that this March has been one of the coldest that they ever law There has no weather for farming beenI course when the weather up they will have to get a hustle on to make up for the lost time Quite a number of our folks have expressed a desire for Rev Pinkston to pay us a visit while lbe is in the county We have no regular preacher and would be 11ad to give him a crowd at our church and Christian entertain ment at any time ne might set his way to give us a call A young firmer of this vicini ty recently decided to devote liisi time td wagoning instead of far ming as there v as more cash it iii so he secured a job of log hauling and the first day he succeeded in getting one log to the mill the next day he broke down his wagon got another wag n but his team stalled and the third day he hired a wagoner to haul the log to the mil He has IDOW returned to the farm and wagoniriforThe aopomtmeht of Bob Noe to the office of Circuit Clerk gives entire satisfaction throughout this part of the county In biro the people who may have busi ness in the office wit find a pleasant gentleman and one who is ready to assist them in any Sway he Qan and if tie rest of the cjunty is like this place Bob will have a clean tied in November Some time ago the F nwicl correspondent expressed his fears that Lilac had gone astra bnl now we feel a little uneasj about him for he bas not mdde his appeiance since It looks 7like he might have gone astray or got lost Wo dont see whv that thriving little village with all its modern improvements shouldnt have a letter each week t Levi Carey prominent horse ji ckey of Glend Creek was in Ponejville one day last week mingling with its citizens ana looking at some trading horse but we have not heard of an trade that he made He seem well pleased with the town andI its hospitable people tJim Ruby and family of Brush Grove visited relatives in this community last week tBallard Settles and tjamraie 0 oak were amoung the fairer sex Sunday at Brookvill Suc cess to YOu boys The sooner the extra session 7of the Legislature jdjourns the better it will be for the btate Jr M Montgomery and Sib Coull r tvo popular farmers off this place were in Fenwick Sat urday on business IPratter and Shewmaker sold of tobacco tQ Mr Moss forific Ed Settle sold his SHOE 7IlT = MAKERS rAN Sold by P J Thomas II w w a crop for 7c C W Odar bougl t a mare from Lee5ett e ftr 105 Oale Setile bought a gray puiy from Bob Sutton for f 65IMaster Cecil Roosevelt Coulter visited his grandfather Mr J A Coulter of tbis place last week The lateit throg that we have heard in the way of new gossIp- s a movement on foot to extend the telephone line from Willis qurg by the way of J J Sharps and John Mcllvoys to ProfJIT Prathers If this is done why cant it tn extended to reach Liac and the Coroners resi detce This would put us in connection with the enlire county We understandan effort will be made in the near future organize Sunday school at toI place If one is to jjudge f the number of boys and men seen together on Sunday it looks like we could have a good school By having no meeting the church house is bsing badly neglected as well as the grave yard For respect of those who are sleeping the longquuf sleep cf death iu the little cemetery we ought to preserve the church propel ty and hae regular service Let us some time in May have a decoration Rev Walker will deliver an address for uson that occasion LILAC rSPARTAN POLICE CAPTAIN He Ordered tile Capture of ilIai Son Dead or Alive VNitlilu a few years ttte son of a po lice captain In New YorK was charged with shooting a tuna lie had bcej a wild boy had enlisted from a southern state where he had been for sec tI years before the Spanish war called his militant spirit Into life and when he came back from Cuba where he distinguished himself for bravery he opened a saloon next door to his fa thers station house After the charge of assault with liT= tent to murder hp lied The crime If any hatj been committed was while his father was away from the city The captain returned to duty presently and addressing the policemen lined up for Instruction before him at 0 oclock jsald There Is another matter which must exact all yonr jlgllance It Is tho arrest of a man charged with murderO- US assault In this precinct The shoot- Ing took place In a dance hull There seems to be little reason to look for any other person than my son I want him brought to this station deild or alive You all know him He kept the saloon next door and you are familiar with his face I expect to flint him hereand I expect yon to fetch him I could noL hen father and say this without unspeakable pain I could not be a captain of policy hi this or any precinct and give you any other In structions fThe police filed off to their posts and left the Roman father bowed with grief Weeks passed The police 111 not bring the son to the station house but at last he gate himself into custody In the shullle of Justice that takes place In the magistrates courts before accusations reach the grand Jury he was discharged There was sworn testimony that he was at the other end of the dance hall that the wounded man was shot with his own pistol that the accused never carried a weapon that the trousers he w6re that night contained no pistol pocket that he was not at the hall that night at nit and dually that the Identification mode by JIthe victim was uncertain So the son of the police captain walked the streets a free man Inut the captain had another son who had never seen his brother who hud left home before the younger sou was born Nor had he known his brothers annie because It was never mentioned In his presence until he discovered his Identity In the dally newspapers whore t was blazoned forth In startling head lines v lit en he ran Into the station house where the captain sat with the night force lined up to receive instructions as before WIth the headlong Impetuosi ty of youth he criedl Father whats this story about your son shooting a wait All the boys at school are talk lug about It I fought them I want to know whiit ItIIs father NVhntls It lies my brother Isnt he Is he your son Who Is he Tell me The captain gathered the boy to Ills arms and with a wave of tile Imml sent the policemen nway to their duty many of them with humid eyes New York Press Jrnllllpaul IunrFrauglpanl ilowurs from which this well known perfume takes its numb comprise some forty species which grow wild In tropical America Botanlonlly they are known as plnmiera and P rubni of Jamaica is knownns ttltereti Jasmine mango They are exquisitely fragrant flowers with elegant curled petals and have been Introduced widely hito the eastern tropics finding a place In many of the native cemeteries Three species are occasionally met with In time gardens of Englamulas in the old Palace gardens at Scone whore two very tine specimen may be seen In full bloom duritig the summer and autumn These llowtrs were used to scent the bread In certain religious ceremonies at the Vatican Thl bread being broken up was known as frangi pani which means broken broad and so the name passed on to the flowers used to scent it It is interesting to note that the Frangipani were oire of the oldest senatorial families in Home and that they bore on their firms a piece of broken bread Tills Is what Is known In heraldry as a canting coat of arms that is one which is more or less a pun on the name Dantes biographers haye on somewhat slender grounda endeavored to trace his descent from the great family of the Frangipaut London Globes Fnnion Diode of Toledo The Spanish towns were celebrated throughout time civilized world for the excellence of their swortls and among them all Toledo stood unrivaled for the temper of her steel The Toledo blade famous In song and story was so keen so flexible unit withal so strong that its fineness became proverbial When tho Moors overran Spain in the ninth century they were already masters of many ot the arts and especially were they adopts In the working of metal Their swords were highly valued for their delicate temper and their special J decoration which we still call da mnscAuine was also iustlr crimed It t I 7 7wI W i iris Time to t 11Sow and Plant Again 1 s Why Not Let Us Furnish You With i Seeds for Sowing 4 We have the best Northern White Oats x Top Blue Grass and Timothy Redtt fWe are county agents for the Chatanooga Plow Q better Our customers who have used this tplow will recommend it i f jf Nice Line of Buggies 1 We are fully prepared this season to show some thing that will please in Buggies All we ask is X that you call and examine our Buggies before buy eing elsewhere We will suit you both in price and e quality j G D ROBERTSON CO- t I E E FE a GERMAN COACH HOR- SERADCQD 1 II tc1 Will make the present season at the farm of J Rand G L Wharton one anda half miles north of Spnqgfieldat 20 To Insure a Living Colt bi Radcod is an imported German Coach Horse B registered in Germany and in this country He hIts ti F been brought to Washington county at a great ex trJ pense by a party of gentlem en who seek to improve ti t4 the character of the horse stock by introducing a heaviertype This horse is 16 14 hands high and weighs 1550 pounds He is perfect in form and style and has goodaction The usual rules and terms for stallions apply WASHINGTON COUNTY BREEDERS ASSOCIATION U l FLII a ii6S iroui uivsc conquerors mac me Jpnulsh Icunuil hutch of their skill In forging and tempering Htecl And that Ute couiplptemwK of the uoblcSt weap oii men ever mantle should not be mnrrctl by ihe lack of any element natural or artificial time fairy god mother Nature contributed one more gift On the banks of thfrTapix there is tin itbniii1ioee of flue sault In the process of foishifr the metal is taken white hot from time furnace and Is snb Jeered to Ji cooling process lIt was to tho peculiar properties of thfs whlftt Tagus saml In which tho coollifg bjade WitS burledl that the Tot Io swonls owed their tmoqualod hnnlurps anti great fleslbllltv 11iwIt Snrcd mm- lustlu A Jacobs for many years the city clerk of Cnmbrldge used to relate the following as Illustratlngthe ready wit of an Irishman In the early years of his service one theiolmnlt1olicity and the rcglstrjitlon of new voters One of the qualifications of n voter wits the ability to write One evening when his ofllce was fun of qjcu seeking registration an Irish man Patrick OConnor asked to be registered anil as given the usual blank with the request that he sign his name This he Om lItdld with gro it effort nail In an almost Illegible rammer Otto of time onlookers seeing that this was probably the cxtentof his literary uccompllshments callel out Mr Ja cobs let hlnr write your name Instantly Pat looked up and replied Indadp I wouldnt dare do that That would be forgery After thl Dortor qlullerIMall who cftnic Here t White House wedding IomlonDullr r was In n speech OMnhony nil ItMunnn roister but who came to London to go Into newspaper worle lie went back to Dublin muller a time His Dublin friends wolcoihed him with a dinner CUP of the guest at the dinner wits n doctor whoui OMnhony hated The doctor made a speech at the dinner and OMahouy was called up immedi ately thereafter It Is very disagree able he said 4to follow doctor so closely It makes me feel like the un dertaker Chicago Tutor Ocean KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery PriceFMOLDS Free TrialI Surest and Quickest Cure for all THBOAT and LUNG TOU3I LES or MONEY JAOX FOR THE CHILDREN i f Master anil Mea To play masters and men sides e rhoscii with en equal number of plqy mrs on each stile one side being mb Anti ihe other masters Time object lof Istie play Is to remain men as long ja possible and to keep the masters outiott work The men go outside the do and choose among themselves som5 haqdImire used Then they go Inside the rom and range themselves In a line bfmp time masters und the leader or tore man tells the llstersthe first and last letters of time trade choseii suchjai A Y for apothecary CR for carpenter and so on lIe then turns to the men and say Now my men the works begun No mOre talking till Its done sbpwbythe working of the trade selected suet as hammering for a blacksmith saw ing and planing for a carpenter Atc a minute Or two of this the frena shouts Stop my men oiid deuii nd your wages Each master In turn lias one guess at the trade the men jire supposed to be working at Shojiild they not guess right the mel go but iigalu and choose another trade jiud Kb the game goes on The J1me eit1s when the masters guess right and they must hey tate the places of the men Street Xame Iii Mexico As so many of the Indians cano read the streets hi Mexico are named after birds or beasts Tile name of the street appears in Spanish letters jbut this Is followed by figure of jtbo creature after which thq street Is IUIdicated by a figure of an ox in planter or painted on a wall The street of Flamingo presents the tall Uauiljigo with hack of fiery red and Elephant t street has a well molded figure of that animal with enormous tusks and trunk This custom Is a very useful one for Lb1wnyBeep might have saved their mlstross an endless amount of worry hut fills custom of naming the streets been jthe fashion In Mother Goose land as it Isi In Mexico Time Contiiry Plant There Is n widurentl belief that the so called century plaiit got that name from the fact that It blooms only qnco In a hundred years The belief titt erroneous for Iu tropical countries the plant matures In about ten years when it bears a crown of grcctilsh yellow flowers which last two or three months The plant then tiles down tQ the root but new shoots come np and thus the plant lives on The tmn drcd year notion grew out of the ong time It takes the plant to maturp In colder latitudes sometimes a period of seventy years A liberal construction of the conditions therefore would warS rant the use of the name century for in growth of a plant seventy years fuxun a hundred Bw Are T JUtItMp Dr UObb 8 rPI Pill care ankt Iut freo Ad 8 orJlnJ lelflt 1CoCI wll = T i3iijliiiiiifi tifi fiill iifi II Ii will II iwI SPRING STOCK r f tI3 = Lf i I OF CLOTHING 0 tT w l Jt We have just opened a nice line of tC i 1 Mens Clothing embracing all the latest Spring istyles i a qf1 SHOESS J J I es For Men THe latest in Oxrordsl f nt3 the latest in Shapes f2 iNew Neckwear kind White cir 21ii1 fe and Fancy a Vests fforMeo tI i + fWe wish to call attention fourlady customers ato our new line of Fancy Belts Belt Buckles Stocks S g and Persian Ribbons the newest things for Neck 5 3 wear 3 =I0jI 3new line of Dress Goods and Trimmings 13 Everything in White Goods Welare selling fWiNTER 6tODS AfA SACRIFICE E i TT GRUNDY ft fflcINTIRE II- h fIo- f m m mM fffYf Ij1 ig 4j7CIIESTNUTi Ii II I I Ontthat is not Untried but a peatani E runiform Breeder f JII IChestnut Dare will make the preset se opifthi II stablt near Springfield ati 1t r 20 To Insure a LivingCo1t fJ i 3I Chestnut sorre1 6 yearsold 16 hands oneiittchliigi a t j large handsome saddle and harness horse styljsli perfect S tJ Inform in gaits and in action His size finish bone sjnd l l substance are such that will cross on our smallest mares it i 4 4and produce the highest ttype which the market demands IJudges of horseflesh have flattered him by saying he is i Jitcontested rings having met and defeated the progeny of ft I such sires as Chester Dare 10 Kjr Squirrell Golden Gayi tli Greatland and others Horsemen pronounced his ring of 4 colts of last season better than those given by the owners J of such sires as Montgomery Chief and Highland Denmark Il Chestnut Darewas sired by the great Chester Dare is 1st dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chief he byMambrino 1 Chief 11 2d dam by Black Hawk Chief 3d dam by Brink II ers Drennon t 1f i frJrofthis and adjoining counties t If J LEXINGTON PRINCE rciiFi J a Lexington Prince is 151 hands high sorrel r witjtfnej J vij j1tI 4 3mane and tail a heavy and compact horse He isnotjonly J 2 fancy saddle bred but is also an extra saddle horse with Iis great action and graceful movements He has a ccjmbi 1a iOn of Denmark and CabellS Lexington bloqd S fLexington Prince is by Red Prince sire of the cham S pion saddle horse Thornton Star he by Second Jewel VVashington Denmark His first dam by Von Moltke pr- Cabeils Lexington was a large bay handsome show byIunder the saddle 2d dam by Lexington thorough IThis horse comes highly recommended as a breeder i fancy saddle and high acting horses 10 To Insure a Living Colt S My old well known mule Jack which has proven him x self to be one of the best in the county for high PQced Sf I mules will stand at 10 fo Insure a Living Col 1 Also GRAY KING a dark gray Jack 15 hands inchc high very lengthy great weight and bone big feet gOOilZ 5 headand tar and no better bred Jack for mules a large blacK jack by Imp Leon was a great Irmslrett fJ9 his dam is a very large and fine Revelle jennet t Itl 3 INSURE A LIVING COLT r I IA cordial invitation is given to all to call ad sce JJ fJthis stock Season money is positively 1uef when mares = arcr traded ofT parted with or bred to other st9ck r J t BBLEACHMANS I tJ iiili M4NMMffJ0it ii I I EVERYBODYS BUSINESS fJ H 1 mij il Is Nobodys Business But our BuajntM ffl fr 51 is to give the public the best work ii t M I I i XSvTVTinning and Plumbing J tJ1 J 1I1rr Wig attheleastjjossible cost GIVE US A CALL I It j w PRITCHARD j P S1 SPRINGFIELD KY 4 i louisvilleis Boo mingI VILLE THESE DOYOUKNOW ABOUT Ssoooo LOUIS FACTS t5eonle within a radius of only 6 miles leads the WORLD In tba mamiJeturinz ol Jeans farm sewtrpipe wooden boxes India prod cli and handlinff whisky solo leather cemwt supmlMsIouIsTile t factorylnttmeworidtheiargestsoapfctoyIn tQries In the world and has 8 electric Interurban linn LouivmUeIsacltyofBEAUTI- FUL HOMESI Its property mltstlon is 200000000 It has the grandest prk system In tM united StateSf and many meg cent p lc arid hurchK and the home cfthll WORJDS LLDIIQ MERCtAL SCHOOL EnroUat tthIsscho do THOROUGH work and youll ner to in want of a good tloni1a booming tm terprisinr city l4ke 1C2Yf A tto Iviiah TilTLTWTNi1EULLEk Ii1iSV1tk n 1 lf 1 v c DBJE BURTON iPWISIDENT DENTIST 4 IEETH EXTRACTED fI W TH0UT PAIN v vjb Qffg Block up stairs V i C W SPRINGFIELD KY Ji jUJjDic tal Work Strictly dfe Firstclass r == vSfDr JH LAMPTON DR J C MUD q lilLAIIPTON MUDD ifiinieiius and Snrgeons i pMces over Haydons Drugstore A t IIV W FJ GRIGSBY cJ j lATTORNEY AT LAW OAce over Peoples Bankt 1 KYSSur B IloBARDS M W HYATT A RoBARDS HYATT i 3 Physicians and Snrgeons i pffice over McElroy Shultz = = r DR J H HOPPER + 4PHYSICIAN and SURGEON- iplONE5 Office Ovej Office 97 Hagans Grocery Residence 71 ffl I F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber rJVntal work reasonable prices J Illrork guaranteed k SPRINGFIELD KY r JOHNYMAYESfOU- ERAL uiKtCTOB i AHIJICEHSED EMM DAY19aNIGI4T74 TELEPHONE li 11FBlliUflELBKY Raiiroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad- S To 41 Leayes LQuisville a i 41O pm Btdstown Junction 5O2 pm Bardstown 552 pm 5tarrives at Springueld 645 p m NO 42 Leaves Springfield at 630 am Bardstown 617 am IBardswwn Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am Np 43rLeaves Louisville at 780 am Bardstown Jdnction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 p m No44LEavesSpriDgfield a 120pm Bardt town 23Q pm- Bardstown Junotion 43w pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 SundaysonlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards twn Bam Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bard towu 753 pm arrives at Springfield p 825 pm Binds Carriage q SiSiiSiS j i Repair Shop AllL kinds wood work and u- pi holstering done Grain Cradles r on fcand for sale GI have for sale now one new hand made buggy new hand niade spriug wagon and a good gcpnd handspring wagon Jwill work cheaply foe the money All work strictly cash i V WH BOND LiSprthgfiedKy j FRESH BREAD c v IROLLS AND CAKES r Baked Daily I r Always good always fresh We sfeiliave a new Baker who is an ar rtist at making good things tSix Loaves of Bread for 25c Hertliens Confectionery tJC8 Leghorns v L ExclusivelyI J T0gs for sale 100 fur 15 or l 1415Ofor3OIMRS L N REED t ThFDNO 3 f j For Sale hitePlymouth Rock Cocker 1sf Fishel strain 100 each fiill grownvigorous birds Mrs Jl L DAVISON 1 MM1NPWD1SCOVR1 D krIv S1i TNt CHIlI A fl I II fI TOVNS w r H Local Happenings oT Interest The Freshest and Latest i r5 AllAbout Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances 1MWMMMWMMMM5W3 SAL1A fresh milk cow 11F9R fillS R Gray Gardens edj of i all knds bulk und packages t onion sets of all kinds at C wjHagans Miss Williej Khott has moved her mihineyestablisbment up stairs over Peqples Deposit Bank r ii r t If jou wa t ulcer countijjr hams or shoulders know that I have them 4 j OY Haganj The Sits of Sjt Catherine request us to say that visitorsi are not desired at the Academy on Sundays Robert E Hopkins will deliver- a lecture with Vtereoptican views at the Maud Christian church on the evenings ol April 6 7 and 8 For 10 days only I wilt make a special in a N6 jljcountry sorghum one thai cant be beat- 0W Hagan Both of thjs llocal milliners have opened a beautiful line of goods and call the attention of the public to heir stock in this IssueINow is the tljmie toturn loose yoursurpuIusbacons it is worth more to day than itv may oe tomorrow hamls shoulders sides jowls are wbat I want Cash ii5 preferdC 111 Eagan f State Evangelist H TV Elliott will services at Christian church MackVille 1st Sunday in Aprill 31 oclpck am at Willis burg 3 o clotfc jp in Everybody cordially invited to attend Potato seasotljs here and my supply is complete both in qual ity and prices I bought at the right time ana it will pay you to call and get my prices before buyig G W Hagan Why not bring your produce and at all times get the best mirket price for it Just think 25c perib for butter the higest market price for eggs cash if prefered C WL Hagan l BORN To the wife of R H Lankford of tqp Texas neighborhood on the 24th a fine 10 pound boy Mr Ltiikfcrd is the happiest man in that seetonand Ccl R E 3tf hayne is the only grandpa in the State The y oarg auctioneer will be known as Robei Whayhp Lankford The Cinderella Opera tompa ny which gave a performance at the Opera Hbuse here last Mqn day gave decidedly the best show that has been seen here for along time rrhe company yas strictly high classl and the per fprmarice wa pleasing to all r Dora Thorjie Rowland and Cliffords faocpqs playwill be at th6 Springpeld opera house pn Thursday March 29 Those in the cast arjejMiss Marie who plays Dora tan supporting her are Miss Isabel MissEdith Domby Mr jm Sheffield Mr I Den Wilkes Mr Joseph Schafer and others of drama ic ability The car load of wild western horses which were brought here last Monday sold like hot cakes at from S30 to 60 a head The purchasers ltd a hard time groping and taking their proP- erty home anda large crowd gathered about the pen to wit ness the performance which was almcst equal to a wild westshow S M Campbell reports our county court Monday as being largely attended but stock of all kind 20 percent off from last courtday The following sales were made one cow and calf 32 50 one cow and calf 2750 stripper cow 3250 one old lone 11 one old cow 18 sow ir TOPICS I and 9 pigs 29 50 sow and 9 pigs 30 7 shoats 6 per head 6 shoats 750 per head plug horses from 20 to 60 old bug gies from 8 tq20 t The Peoples Bank building is undergoing a course of repairs and remodnling whch will con vert the building into a much tlstructuretl be occupied exclusively by the Peoples Bank The rooms upstairs wil be used as heretofore for offices Mr Osso Stanleynf t Bardstown is the contractor inI charge pf the worte Art alarm of fire about nine oclock yterdayrnornirig was caused by ablaze in the bouse occupied by Mr H S Towler and family corner pfT3igh and Doctor street The fire depart ment responded quickly but the fire had been extinguished with buckets of water before it was necessary to turn the hose on Theblaze was in an upstairs room and the damage was light I Rev T D Latimer was called on twice during the past week to unite ia matrimony two young I Cjuples On 88 turday Mr Thomas Spaluing and Miss Lottie Watts of the Fredericks town neighborhood called at the manse and were married while on Monday Dr Latimer performed a similar duty for Mr MenUt Sea and Miss Bessie Perkins of thd Bcechland neighborhood John Vancleave of Sedalia Mo bought of W S Gihbs ofJJ Englew ed Stock Farm Willis burg Ky four jacks two aged jack and two colt Duke of r Glensboro and Senator CarterJr Duke ofGlensboro was bred int the same lines of Mikadc the champion winner atU the St Louis Exposition They were both brea by Mi Gibbs and he owns their dam Queen of An derson Senator Canter Jr is very highbred and will be heard from in tIre future These colts brought 1000 Farmers Home Journal The story of Dora Thorne is too familiar a one to permit of much comment but asa play it is provoking wide spread inter est and m ich surprise is main I fest that so successful a novel inf the day and time of book playsii has not found its way before the fOQtlights llong erp this Brim fullof exciting and interesting situations and affording such numerous opportunities for ex cellent acting Dora Thorne is indeed replete with allthe essentials to make a most d1ight ful play Those in th cast are Miss Marie Dale who assumes the title role Miss Isabell Slier mqn Miss Edith Domby Mr Wm Sheffield Mr Den Wilkes Mr Joseph Schafer and others Dora Thorne will be seen at the Springfild opera house On Thursday March 29 Temperance Meeting- On next Sunday night thereI will be a mass meeting atI the court house The object will be to discuss the temper ance issue The citizens of the town and county are earnestly requested to be present Notice It is very necessary that the estate of F N Campbell be settled as soon as possible Air persons indebted to the estate are requested to pay the same at once to the undersigned THEO CAMPBELL Admr of F M Campbell Try a can of Pendennis coffee satisfaction guaranteed McElroy Bros oooo Glasses Broke y r1 11cast11 f crying over spilled milk Its smrifty a bIt of V x1Ition thats all I can reIt pair them while you wait i My Op cal Goodstt are from the best wlkersII g They prove satisfactory and my best customers are those g who have patronized us longest In eye glasses we areSIg lleaders Theyre a sort of specialty with us S James j GravesS1t L VM V 5Tb I W5 iJ r- i ii DisplayY of Beautiful Millinery I i I Saturday April 7th J 8 1Sl 1 pn ft SA1URDA y APRIL 7th i I lII I Mrs Kate Williams it 0OOOO OO V LeachmanEdelen Announcement has been made 10f the approaching marriage of William T Leachman and Miss Anna Florence Edeen of this place The wedding is to occur on Wednesday April 18th and the ceremony will be per formed at St Rose church Mis Edelen is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J P Edelen of the cotinty and has a wide ircle of friends and admirers Mr Leachman is a young merchant of Springfield who has friends by the score The News Leader joins the many friends of these young people in offering con gratuations Death of Mrs Dragoo gooIof Dragoo died on last Friday afternoon at her home on High street after a lingering illness of consumption The deceased was 24 years of age and was the mother of four children two of whom together with the husband sunvive her Mrs Dragoo was a member of the Spririgiied Bap ist church and was a true Christian charac ter and bore her sufferings in her last illness with patience and fortitude The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon from the Baptist church Mrs Edelen Dead Mrs Lucetta Edelen one of the oldest and most respected women in the county died at hex heme in Springfieldl on last Sun day evening Her death was due to ailments incident to old ago The deceased was 77 year of age and was the widow of Mr Lenard Edelen for years a yell known farmer citizen of the county She had always lived in this county and wasa Simms being a sister of Mr T VI Simms of this place Mrs EJe len was a woman of most excellent Christian character and her lite was one of devotion to herI family She leaves he ing sons and ddaughters Misses Kate and Carrie Edelen of this place Ben Edelen of Alabama Gregory Edelen of this county and Tom Edtl n of Louisville Thefuneral took place from St Domini church on Tuesdayj morning Burialat St Rose For Sale i I will offerfor sale privately a lot of household goods consisting of folding bed iron bed dresser washstand a combined book case and desk chairs cook ing stove and utensils a heater clock lambs rugs and other household articles These articles are almost new and in good condition Theycan be seen at my house on Grundy Ave MRS EPPIE WELLS J Administrators Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Mary J Janes deceased are hereby notifie to present same to me properly proven on or before April 10 1900 for settlement J E LTNTON Admr of Mary J Janes AdmlnistratorSNoticr All persons haying claims against the estate of Isaiah Prath r deceased are iptified to present same properly proven to me or to my littorney John W Lewis at his office in Spring on or beforeMay 10 1906 for settlement T P Pratlier Administrator The ortoal Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of FoleYlt Hone and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tarand refuse any sub sti ute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It mildly laxative It contains no opiates nd is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cros Drug Stcre ftLFTslioffTAmTARrsi I EFCNAL I Mjss Louise Settle was in Lou isville this week Hon John W Lewis was in Louisyile last week Mr James Hughes of Bloom field was here Monday v Mrs Margaret Betis was in Lebanon Wednesday Mr Win Rinkkof Bloomfield was in town Monday Mr Hugh No2 was in Mack yule on business Wednesday Dr Earnest Grume of Fred erickstown was here Monday Mr Paul South of Frankfort is yisiting frieads her this week Mr Thomas Wilson Bards town was a visitor here sunday Mr G Ri Harmon of Marion county was here county court day Mr JB Bowles of Nelson county was a county court visi tor Mr Robert Marks is at home from Louisville on a visit to his parents Mr George Wharton was in Harrodsburg Wednesday on busmessf visiti1gheof South Park Mr W C Roarers and Mr Barry Brown of Lebanon were here Monday Miss Lucy SeTecmao went to LoniVPlH l ridiy to see Marlow n J doutherns Mrs Malipsa Pay ion went to- LouisvhlleTuesdxy to visit her brother Dr Purdom Miss Mary Tqmey of Louis vile visited Mrs C M Tumey Saturday and Sunday Mr J Charles Green is at his desk at Grui dy Mclntiro after a few days illness Bettie Wed nesday with her the Misses at Mr and Mrs Ray of Nelson county vere guests of Mrs M W Hyatt Monday Mr and Mrs Man gate of guests of Mr and Mrs John W Lewis Mr Tbos W Reed is very ill with grip and other ons at his home near Miss Willa Knott has returned from after a styles in Rev O J Young of Rich mond was a guest of Mr M Tumey the latter part of last week Mrs Pearl Ulark of Indiana polis who has visiting relatives at home Monday Mrs James aad Mrs ms of Maple Hill spent home of W F Grigsby Miss Fannie and Mrs E S Mayes J r are visiting their Mrs Tate at Cam Mrs Bert Creek Bell county her mother Mrs Na the first of the week Mr Charles Wells moved into Mr 1 H house Avenue and arenow residents ofour town Mrs Hugh Noe and son Stith took Mrs Mary Noe to Harrods btarg to visit her Mrs Mary Fosy the HM Grundy Col Bright Mr Jackson T S Mayes Dr Sinocc attended the Masonic banquet at Lebanon evening Mrs L C Copper left Wed nesday to visife her mother MVsi Wathen who is very ill at tb home of her son at Lebanon Juoctidn HD Rodman of Louis joined wife here Sat urday and rem lined Mont day when ht and Mrs Rod man returned Mr and Mrs Ivan Roger who have been making home here the last two years moved to Lebanon Monday and are with Mr Courts for the present tI Mr and Mrs Walter E Leach man went to Louisville last FrU day andsawMarlow and Suth ern Mrs L achmali remained for a visit withher r latives for a few days Monday- Mr and Mrs T Scott Miyes Rbjrt and Mss Sadie Mae went to Louisville the latter part of last week to see Juliaj Marlovse arid E d Seuthsm inI of Venice an4t Romeo and Juliet u been received by a few young people iin towfl to the marriage of Miss Bessie Rogers andCn Jt Will both of Lebanon Miss Roger is a of Mr W C Roger and well known here asj the niece of Mrs Fred Hagan Mrs A R Shullz was hostess to eight of her friends last afternoon at flinch Those who played were Mesdames J L Wharton i A Bdtwarof Gi B han Palmer G Me Elroy Howard b WJ D Phil McChord and E L Davispn Mfs W H Barrett Yari d tiined here several weeksj wi h yphoid fever left morning of her nurse and met Mr in naii where will remain ai week Th y vill then join Prices Palace for the Mr J J McCabe returned Monday from and where he was called by the severe illness of his sis ter Mrs M M Scott friends of Mrs Scottat this plac6 will be to learn tttat she is r cov ting after undergoing a severe surgical in d Mrs John W Lewis entertain ed the Main street euchre club last afternoon Those who were present were Mesi lames R F Su ton S P K i NEW MILLINERY itt tt The Knott Millinery Company will have on dis 1 play full line of street and readyto tt 9 = wear Hats in all the New Styles = J over Bank ttl Jel Millinery Co i ib = Miss Irvinespent cousins Hay Perryville Wakefield Frederick Louisville are complicai Willisburg Louisville spending week studying millinery Chas been MqckviJietreturned Coktndolphfr JfVilli Sundayathe McElroy grandmother pbehlsville Blanfordof Straight visited pie Simms andfamily0 Thurnians on Covington Wednesday daughter J r7 rSTuesday 1Dr until homeitheir returning Merchant Invitatiors haver HodgeUjj daughter Thursday QUoDiog McHlroy McElroy who Saturday hlcbarge Barretli Jincmj ihey Floating Companjj season Lexington Winchester Th0 pleased operation Lexington infirmary Thursday SATURDAY Upstairs Peoples Knott Thompswii AGreene G 0 Wharton Matt Mayes MisseS Kate Wharton Mary Leavelarid Hadgie Brown The prize ja picture was won by Mrs 01Greene N 0tIce All persons indebted to thb firm of Jar oe Campbell arte requested tsettle same at once Dotfl Get ttUe HabIt Iddlgcstion is ranch of a habit Don i i get the habit Take a little Kocb DyspepsiaCure after eating and yoti will quit belching puffing palpitating and frownldff Kodol digests what you ear and makes the stomarfc sweet Kodol is a thorough digestant and will affoa4 re orderdue to Imperfect digestion or taalasimilation of food Sold by ajl druggists iI free TrljiTo Lolilsville The Ret il Merchants Associl tion of Louisville will refund iin cash to one of town cusomersj the cost of out round trip tic ets based on a one and one third fare on the followjn dates April 2nd to 14th May 7th to 19th June 11th to 16th For particulars address J V RetajiMerchents Bldg Louisville Ky j Tte Best Sare1lTId The best safeguard aijaitfst bed ache constipation and liver trouble Js De Witts Little Early Riser Keep a vial of thess famous little illsih the house and take a dose at tcji time when YOU feel that the stomck and bowels need cleansing Th i dont gripe Sold by all druggists fcotfoi Dy p0Mla Onrd Ugit what y J- hJ I FOR rtirt- iIi I IiI PUre Drui JFr I H A II 4and Medicines of all kinds go to I1 I 1 The Red Cross Drug Stare J SMOCK HAYDON Proprietors 4 Also headquarters for Paints Oils Varnishes tr T OUR PRICES ARE RIGHTS oo ooooo gg- A Magnificent Showing of LadiesWhiteWaists and stsl Underwear We have just xe ceived our Spriag stock of the linei from the East Y6i can depend on the make ani shapeVTher z iis none better thantheEaglt Brand of Underref and iQ Waists Th se two Itemsare made by the same factory Qc and they are all they makenothing but Waists and Un Q derweaf and they are put together right al1dpleuereQ member the p ices are attractive NEW KIMONAS WRAPPERS iNDi g DRESSINji SACKSS M 8 8ar showing the new Spring MOdII jaW x Band Flexibone Corsets These two brandy Sf x Corsets have no superio We have them for m x dium slender or stout figure and extra sizes Ask X r rt I tosee the new styles Just received a nice assortment of ladies Spring site A x Call and letus sbow you V8 ROBERTSON BROS iOOOO ooOH OOO l FI The first National Bank S SPRINGFIELD KY S Gapilal 50OOO iand Undivided Profits 2BOOf tt IISurplus Litsey President John W Lewis VlcePresidet I Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier K K yri lFoster BookKeeper v 1 43 5 DIRECTOR B 14 Litsex J W Lewis Sidney Green F Jl Camp m z bell R H Edelen HM Grundy John OLPolim i IIWe grant every favor consistent with safe bankim Your 1ioooil tUfllllU solicitedness respectfully t V I nxtttty t i 4+4 I MARKS GREEN The old Rcliable ManufacturersS r and Dealers in all Kinds of- t DUMBER LATHS SNGi s 5I j SASH DOORS BLINDS Z t- f We handle the celebrated f= Mixed Canh1Coa1il i f C nt 1W1 j1 We are sole ageutsfOr r IACME CEMENT PLASTER po f The Best on Earth Prices Right t ffji and Yards t = dRailroad StreetsSpringfield KJ iiOffice J li JOH J SHUCK MCELROY MaEroyfr WhartOq wtt Mranee Real Estate Agi lrh itf Fire Life and Tornado 1ltlrcJit Ji ztfF I Laud o1d on oiiitiUiCil r P4ztft Ofice over Peoples Bank 4 j ALESVEGETAaL eJIeJ PIV Why no1stthls ftlllntof yourhiir Atthlsrsteyou- be J 3ooa Without any hair Jusremember that Hans Hair enewjr stops fallinr hjur and makes hair grow UjTOT5Ktrccnr t T LTi Captured in Itxna Entmdij Bif ut at 10 oclock JrBcrdrciivd atelephone Bge fvo C i fQl Police Fofslii fttFijmklif lad that LnreaoYocuwiwhobadbrukenjiiI Iflh her iin Franklin Mr Board aMwercd reqll ting that Yocum be arrested at d he was imioedi 4 aiy placed JB jal On Sunday i after 110011 Mn Board left fur ID S ditar and Ofl mon c a got back i with hiia prisoner who came witbcmt r requisition A Frank hRent1elafl wbo takes the Herald had read ot the jail de lirerj here and put the police on to Yocuma presence atFranklin The ofllyoae of the four men who Jbroke puritan now at large is 5 Bra4tiaw aid it fs believed he will be bfthid the bars in less J tliri a week1Harrpdsburg Her aid 1 r Stat of Ohio City of Toledo L1iCaS County fP J Frank I Cheney makes oath that- I1e131IOr partner ot the firm oT F JCheaey Co doing btumess in the city of Toledo County and Stat aforesaid ad that said firm will pay te MB tf o banned dollars S1P01 ftreachvai every case ot Catarrh that caot4 csrtd by the use of Hajls Catarrh Cure Frank1 Cheney Swora to b fore ni and Subscribedb iEy pretence this 6th day of Dee e fer A D 1886 A W Gleasor SEAL Notary public jHlls Catarrh Curoie taken intern aly aoJFacti directly od the blood and KJHcaowsaur faces of the system t Semd forlesttmoalals free- F J Okeny Cow Toledo 0 B +ldbyaU druggists 75c jTak Hills Family Pills for co- nsiatIoii r fcWdBJCourt If Appeals i The Court oftAppeals Pharded pnadecilionTuesday revers- eiH 1juf3gBaent of the Nelson Circuit Court in case of J R 3tcdfnons administratrix against the L N Railroad Company The suit was instituted to re caver damages for the running operand killing of J R Redmon by an tL N train in New Benseeral years ago Tbe judgment reversed awarded 2 I I 500 damages to the wile who is rHmioistratrix of deceased The+ Higher Court holds that the do- caaid was a trespasser and that the lower Court should have givena peremptory instruction tp fitd forthe for tho defendant company vwUpdge FlDaughertY Afor neys Hulsterd and Yewell for- plaintiffand Judge John S Kel fey for def sndant Standard Ihttlllif4lfyotare troubled with piles and eaRt find a cure try Witcn Hazal 8alvbut be sure sou get that made by E C DeWitt Co Chicago It- t Is the Original If you have used Switch Hazel Salve witeont being re lieved itla probable that yon got f hqldjol one of the many worthless counterfeits that are sold on the reputation of the genninct De Witt f Witch Hazel salve Sod by all drug glsts tfBITS FROM THE WRITERS 4 Progress Isnt a passing fancy Its th11fe principlecElizabeth Robins 0 jWben we Work becduse we love work then The work Is well done Marie Corelli There can be no journey more pleasant than that which carries us a stage ripen the road to our anibItions Max HfJ mon rYou inustnt mind what other peo pte do it their souls were your soul llt would be different Yon stand and ifall by your own work Rudyaifd Kip rJlt llng Is a curious contradiction that happiness Is the one thing people re- alLy want and that it is the one thing nearly everybody misses Gertrude of honesty that wont actu t ally steal s a kind of foot honesty thats commOn enough but the kiftd tiat keeps a fellers mouth shut Mcn he hadnt ought to talk s nboujbe jecurcesMhing glnE N West ft Parental Parsimony r Everylhjug Is by comparison Said ti irapan recently of a young married J Couple whose families ao counted 9m mensely rlfh Iflny really cannot live pa their Income lt3 shocking to phich asf they mustuejjChy you know JJather only gTyjihlm 10000 o rMgfc He has a salary of 5000 and ShcTias an nlldwahce from her family 1oooOonly2ooo with n ioo Jxl house t01teP VP Itsoutr1geous- l ltbaUthe money therette In those two families Twcnfyflve thousand 4H lars Inceie n d n completely fur paupersfby c t hJl theytoove lterchtu lrundc m e Into one eJr comm fl1ston1Iernti1 lj Railway IJtaAmDnl1ili08e wlto lave been corn iP ftfnluugt the slow ra1lwiys In Italy a comcoercfll traveler who recently iletenlilned that the Milan express should end his lIe Two minutes be i f rtke tralp jrlw dae at a certain sta IWa he laldiliiif stoically across the 1ilil J Atferyitely awaiting the trains- bP5C1I1 il tM Ifty minutea the gentle WM eMteN a to relinquish the iIe tlJf eiso sue the di r8at for lucouv MKe cawed him irjilcli case I s io the railway MrtiwritfM win lMt laPt comtierclaln tr aib Itriltr WHENCE NAMES COME THE REPRISING CHANGES THAT TIME HAS wptOUGHTI r Wke Wa M Tktak Fer iceIThat the Kame TbmB Whether OrlclMllr Im4t ateil TJia Mta at the S4a ef the White gorse Considering thdfemrprislug changes that sunny nanies hav undergone says Miss Laura Alton Payne In the lade pendent the almost universal tack of knowledge concerning their origin is not to be wondered at What is there lin Peter Snooks to suggest to the uninitiated that originally IfI was F- etert the Se uOaks t Chough Thomas Whitehorse suggests the American Indian custom JU names originally it was Thomas at the White- Horse or Thomas at the Sign of the White Horse a tavern Sidney Is a corruption of SfDeuysj SIn lair of St Clair Seymour of St Maui jaueway of Genba Curtis oticourteous Arm tage of hermitage Spark of Sparrow hawk Emerson and America had the tame origin Almeric an old Norman name Amerigo being the Italianized formNames like things are not always what they seem Beers and Berry are not beers and berry but d corrup tion of borough often written bury and bery lu the beginning a single personal name sufficed Per awhile no two persons bore the same name but as a stock of names accumulated repeti tions became common and as the pop ulation of the world increased distinctive names became necessary hence we read of John the Baptist and John the Disciple Darius Hystaspls and Al exander the Great Joshua sou of Nun and Simon Barjonas Simon son of JonasSurnames were first used in France becoming general there during the lat tar part of the tenth or the fore part of the eleventh century They were used hereditarily to some extent howpver prfor to that time They were Introduced into England at the Norman conquest In the year lOGG but it required two or three centuries to estab fish the body of oir nomenclature on a fixed basis During that time sur names became gentrmi throughout the British isles except in Wales In some parts of which they ore unknown to this day Surnames are now general lu all civilized countries 1 believe except Turkey In England alone there are from 40000 to 50000 existing surnames Surnames have been drawn from ev ery available source ers Jlat names location occupation deeds of prowess mentalt moral and physical attributes terms of relationship the human body farm and household articles buildings foods and drinks modes of gravel na tions and laws customs and religions geographical terms weather and sea sons months and days measures and values the Joys and ills of life the animal mineral and vegetable king dom and even froni the kingdotb of heaven The use of nicknames and compound terms gave an almost exhaustible source Even oaths became embodied as in PJardoe from par Diets In most countries It is customary for the wife to take her husbands name but in some European countries it Is not unusual for the busbanil to append the wifes name particularlyt wheirltJs more honorable than his own Hyphenated names and the wifes retention of her maiden name for a middle name are customs grqw li 3 In far In the United tates Great Britain cndI Among thejearllest names l found Serl Dby the conquest were Bryce Harvey Arnold crn eagle l Albred now Known as Albert and All bright Almeric Ingelram Ebrardus Everard Warm Guerin now Vfgr rca Ivo Hamon Hammond jytd Payn originally Pagap After their adoption as surnames the most of these became obsolete as personal names The most popular personal names since the Domesday Book recorded them have been John add William but their derivatives are too numerous to mention here Roger Robert and Rich ard took a double nickname in II and D hence Hedge and Dodge Hobbs and Dobbs lllcks and Dicks with the rougher forms of the last Higgs and DIggs and even Hitch glvfps rise to Dickens Hitchcock and Hlggluson Diminutive and othef affixes served an important part in the origin of sur names from personal names The An gloSaxon kin and cock and Ing are represented In Jenkins little John Hitchcock little Richard and Browning little Brown the Gorman ot and et In EJIot little Elms and Emmet little Emma sometimes lot and Jet Hamlet little Hamon the Trench on and en In Marion and Dickens Many prefixes were used The Celtic Mac or M of the Scotch Me o- fte Irish Map Ap or P of the Welsh and the Norman Fttz Latin Bus signify son or son of and the Irish 0 grandson oft A fair knowledge of English nomenclature deejdes JiBS Payne gives a fair knowiedeof Ensrilsh history so t tfl hhrYr CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inside IaymptomsDa fThe aid of scientific inventions Is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can beI readily noted by anyone of average in telhgence There is no disease known that gives ao many pkin warnings of its approach U consu ptioat and no serious disease that checkedIconsumptionqlt tGenunSyrupare givenin the cough that wont quit andtheexpectorationqsut yourcoughGeraiaaSyrup appreat1jhoptietlNew trial bottle 25c ZVZIC z 7H 44iLdnIZik S w Haydonpf = iir VWPr Ti Th PEOPLE OF THE DAY The StaHdnrd Oil Imvemtlgmilon As a result of a recent decision of the supreme court of Missouri It Is be- Lieved by Attorney General Herbert S Hadley that the New York supreme court will order H H Rogers to an swer certain questions put to him by Mr Hadley at the recent oil hearings lu New York city when Rogers declin ed to answer on advice of counsel The decision of the Missouri supreme court Is sweeping in its nature In HERBERT 8 HADLEY substance the court says that when cor poratlons come Into Missouri to do business they implledly agree to obey the l ws of the state and they must obey them lu his conduct of the Standard Oil investigation Mr Hndley who Is but tulrtjtfpur years of age has shown himself to be q man of great force and abUity Bet re his election to the office of attorney general of Missouri he practiced law In Kansas CityIf Xante That Dont Fit There are twp men In congress ono in the senate and the other in the house who might be pardoned for go- Ing Int6 court and asking to have their names changed They are Senator Dick of Ohio and Representative Schneebeli of Pennsylvania Dick is not thick his name says but on the contrary nsII Is very thin Mr Schneebelis signifies a little beak that Is a minutive nose Schneebeli is the affec tionate diminutive of Ute word mean ing beak so the name was not given his ancestors In a mean spirit His nose is one of the large ones to be found among members of the house Senator Long of Kansas fits his name but Representative Kline of Pennsyl vania the only Democrat from the commonwealth Is not little his name to the contrary notwithstanding Pitts burg Dispatch Anecdote of King JMnnio Many were the stories told of King Alfonsos childhood One shows so much the characteristic determination of his later years that it is worth repeating While child In the nurs ery ks gov Stli11pke him for put ting his knife mouth Gentlemen never eat like that she said But lam a king remarked the child Kings still less put knives In their mouths said the governess Tljls king does was thereply j Mutual Life Iirreatlgratlon- Stuy vesaht Fish president of the Illi nois Central railroad who was forced off the board of trustees of the Mutual Life Insurance Company because he insisted oil a thorough Investigation of ita affairs has reentered the fight as lleader of a protective committee of Mutual Life policy holders which will represent this country Canada Great Britain France and Germany Thepurpose of the International committee is to drive from power the pres nSIn 8TOTVESAUT FISH bring suits against every one of the trustees and officers of the company who was Involved In tbe McCurdy scandals and who escaped exposure and punishment by reason of the ob etructlve tactics employed while Stuy vesant Fish was a member of the Truesdale At least Investigating eight suits committeeI Involving a total Of Instituted as soon as the International committee gets Into working shape at A not far distant date It is tile pur pose to move swiftly and without re gnrd for tho prominence of the men who have enriched themselves at tho expense of the policy holders Stuyvesant Fish Is a sou of IlamlUou Fish who was secretary of state In Grants cabinet Ills wifei a leader in New York society anti Is noted for the splendor and originality of her entertainments Trembles Like tin Aspen Why docs the aspen leaf tremble There Is an old legend tht It trembles for shame because the cross on which Christ was crucified was made of that wood but ofcourse that Is only fanci ful The trembling is due to a per fectly natural cause Tho leaf Is broad and the stalk that supports it is Iqiig and flexible The upper part of the stalk is flat and as the leaf liaiigs at right angles with 4t the least breath of air will make It tremblei The Coldest ana the Hotteat What a nice summer resort Wercho jansk Siberia must be It is said that the lowest temperature ever recorded on tho earth was taken there in Jauu ary 1885 a little In excess of 00 dc gfeM below zero Surely one could ffiomplalu of the heat at such a And what a nice winter esor- tAjtiIa must be for tha highest ten rature on nicord watt taken there In 87rt 124 decrees above zero cEILToRITTLII 1 amr iu = y t ii OO 11i = uIA Louisville Daily Paper Bind The Nws IIiijj gLoaderL d ffor 2200O 0 1 r For a limled irne we are able to offer the reading public h e very best opportunity to secure awipef 1 4 awake daily newspaper published In Louisville at a price so low that it is actually less than the white 1 paper on which it is printed If you are taking the Newsreader you can renew your suSGr4iion and I get he ad van age OT this offer Ir f The Subscription Price of the LOUISYIlle Daily Herald is 3300 ii Subscription Price of the fleisLeader IS I 00igThe t U Ve wiff send you both Papers for jffhe Year for 2yOOI The LouiiIe 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