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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r s ES1ABLISlfEDSi i 1N1893 j rt 4I 111SL NEW SER1ESYOL XIII NO 14 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 5 1906 l lI 100 PER YEAR 4qe I 1sd TTbKsppIj I is Jewish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connec e ted directly or indirectly with any other warehouse or ware house company t rWe conduct a Strictly Inde HI 4penaent Tobacco Warehouse Commission business C A BRIDGES Qo Proprietors Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky 4C6tI r OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south tast orwaington 59 miles from i iitisviUe on Bardstown branch of touisville and Nashville railroad in a farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone liiies express office flour mills lumber 9yards Population llOOjpopulation of eottnty 15000 flllRpesentativei Congress Hon D H Smith Hodgenville Ky Kepresentative in Keu tacky Legis tatur Hon WD Claybrooke v X Representative in State Senat Hon JQvttf Lancaster Lebanon K- tyD1rectOrYi Cou CIRCUEr COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth February Mayduf10cto t 1 pondayin J I H Thurman JudgeI AI- tor CommonwealtnR I Durham t ey F M Campbell Clerk M G Leachmad Master ommiss au QUARTERLY COURT Q atterly011rt is held on the third vj pnday in each month BIt Litsey Judge rCOUNTY COURT County Cvirt meets on the fourth ifonday in ech mouth B LLitsey Judg- eVFBooker County Clerk T S May County Attorney George CatfettJailerl Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Sam Anderson H B Powell dleman DePu et Herb rl I Ed Masters I James FMoore County Surveyor T P OBryan Assessor W T Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coronet j W Bush Supt of Common 81 P 0 Springfield CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal WI F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURTl Jnotice Courts are held in January a April July andOctober Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH Revw Lyon Pastor Ser Finland Third Sundays the fiTeacn month at 11 a m and 70 pal t SundaySchoolevery Sunday atlOam prayer mtetintr every Wednesday aght i ATHOLIC CHURCH 4 pastor Ser RevBenn59aj ilceseveryunday at 8 and 10 oclock imDServ5ces at St Rose same bouTs CHRISTIAN CHURCH t RevWT Waldcn Faster ni every Sunday PRESBYTERIAN OHURCH rBeV T D Latimer Pastor preaching every Sunday at 11 am andafr 7 pm Sunday school every nnday at 10 am Prayor meetip every Thursday evening at 7 oclock CHURCHiBAPTIST tI Rev Win Harrison Willi msPa Preaching every Sunday at If am and 745 pm Sunday School evervI Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting very Taesda4 evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No SO meets first and third Monday el eachv month- Washington R A Chapter No ateets every second Tuesday Springfield Council XJo52 meetson rerv ourt Monday KNIGHTS of THK MACASEES Meet tut too FOLEYS 6i IIONEYAlinTAR ltsSlrillIISILIIS FrtmaCtlilI Remember the name Titty s IkNiy Mi Tar Insist 4upon having the genuine Tftr 4zs20 fOc SlOO Pr par d only by Ftoy A Company Chloac Forsale by Red Cross Drug Bt re w i1 =r k V OO A OF M Song Qf The Season The pro g 4re on the maple And the Reacl Is in the bloom And the Wbs and buds are bursting From thewinter guarded tomb farmer boy is whistling the mule upon a boom are planting down in Dixie The corn and sugar cane And turning up the mellows To try th fleece again With brave hearts now they venture On sunshlrre and the rain Too early ydt for whistles And the shady gwimming hole- sTheurhinsof thfe country Ohblessstheir little soulsl Are rioting on the creek banks In search bf fishing poles The green Iis on the brier And the peach is in the red And the handof toil is stronger And the spwlng prayer is said rAnd they siflg the song of plenty Of the barestjust ahead Stanley Va in Home and Farm IX THE NEWS LEADEk ROUND TALK ITbe islmakinkisl for the celebration of Home coming weeltV in rune next and thousands i11e Kentuckians now living m other states are expected to take advantage of the cneap jrailroad rates and visit their oljd Kentucky home Why would jit not be a good idea for the Citizens of Spring field and of ijWashington county to get together and arrange a little celebration as supplemen tary to the jjjouisvile ffairfor the special entertainment of Washington county citizens who have found homes elsewhere There are large numbers of Washington county people now living in IlKiiois Missouri Kansas California and other states many of whom will doubtless cornet Kentucky in June If they come jto Louisville they will of course come Otr to see their folks at their old Washington county b tIleiIt would be a nice thingto1 en the part of Springfield3 and Washington county to get up a little entertainment of some sort in the way of welcome for the visitors This would ba good thing for the Commercial Club if we had one to take up l ftl IX EEP 7 NO ACCOUNTS wetnotice that the Pre the K and P Burley Tobac IOf Co announces that he has not recivedhjsingle response 10 his call for ja detailed itimized statement from tobacco growers of the expenses involved in grow ing crop for the past three yea The tobacco growers either careJtloo little about ac commodatin the GroersCom pany any mpre or they cant furnish tbe information because they have failed to keep such ac counts Tile latter is probably the case jj can hardly be ex pected that the average tobacco tenant will keep a set tof books showing hisj xpenses and receipts suchjas a merchants dOes and very fmy can tell even ap proximately what the expense of raising prop of tobacco isr It is very lifiely that if a tobacco- grower wouI count every item- bf expense in growing a crop including lliis own wages he would often lind that at the- price he rec 3ivesi for his tobacco that he is irking little or nothing and he would consequently demand higher prIC s if all would do the same the result would be that the tobacco buy payIi dising and the successful firmer musttlso lie a sood business man r Is PIlING IhtAtEThC ocal merchants are rejoicing as well as farmers ovtr the open ingof Spring and say that the prospects are fine for a good Spring travel Springfiel mer chants all reported a good busi ness during the year 1905 and tthe presentyear has started out very tavoraiby It speaks well for tie town when its consider edthat t ev business houses are being added to the towns quota pvery now and then and still oMoo g I each cne old and new shows an increase iiin trade 4 B JIG CROP Some idea of the size of the to bacco crop of this county can be gained from the figures of the American Tobacco Co Mr companyatbought kso far this season over three million pounds of tobaccp and expects ttx buy more In ad- ditiOn to this there has been an unusually heavy shipment of the product to the Lcuisville market by the farmers The increase in the size over that of llast year will be at least twenty five percent io A Ttons3ud POnar r1ll of Guod I baye been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for 3 ea s passing gravel or stones with excruciating pain says A H Thurnes a well knovn coal operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine until I befriri taking Foleys Ki4ney Cure tncn tile result was surprising A few doses started the brickdust like sub stance end now I have no pajn across my kidneys and I feel like a new man It has tone me 81000 worth of good Foleys Kidney Cure will cure every loam of kidney or bladder diseases Sold by theRed Cross Drug Store Stanleys Eloquence The eloquent young Kentucky Congressman the Hon Owsley Stanley Las just been given the Botonihns a sample of Ken lU2ky eloquence Kentucky eloquence Kentucky pathos and Kentucky slories all of which are the best in the world He was one of the guests of honor atthe annual Congressibnal l dThner given by the Newton Club at Newtonyille Bcstou last week His Speech was the bit of the evening All th Boston papers yie with each other in paying him tribute and I am glad of this opportunity t10 do hiD justice in this Ieter The serous part of his sperch were satesmanliRe his wit and humor were as bright as the sunlight that flashes on steel his bursts of eloquence were the kind that makes mans nerves tingle and pathetic peroration left not aI dry eye in his audierce as they all joined in sirging TheOdi Kentucky Home Bully for Stanley Itr was tri umphto be proud of Washing ton Cor in Spencer Courier- S Congressman Stanley was once a citizen of Washington county having taught school at Mack ville several years ago fqgs For Hatchinq t Mrs R A Mclntire Spring field Ky1J P D No2ha1g- gsfrorn pure bredBP Rocks and S C Huff Orpingtons for sale atSI per 15 3 3nr Bogus Whisky The practice of the rectifiers in making imitation Kentucky whisky was char cterized in some plain language upon the 5jj MonThybyIspeaking in favor of the one and la half centtax on tthe wine galion asserted that the man or corpo ration engaged in the business of count erfeitinir the genuinp pJlra Kentucky whisky couldI J We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de elhausltion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about it Unlwi there U dally action of the Koireli pplsoiiout products are absorbed causing ache blllouineii nausea d spepsis thul- belltworla1LvegetbleI lrAMade by z c A7er OoToweU as1Also nunuflttturer o f mm LIiiiers 1AGUe1 aW bsv no leereti WI publish the formnltM ofall medicines make so much profit In the opera tion that these rectifiers could stand not only a levy of one and a half cent but rather one dollar a gallon and still be able to cm pete with the genuine distiller uIi would be ashamed to go back to my people sild Sinatot Chinn and tell them ltd voted to reduce tiis tax on this counter f idog business The recifiers may be considered reputable business men by some of the Senators here but as for me I consider that the deception which they are forcing upon the public by labeling thejr new mixtureswhich theycfon make in a few minutes as famous old Kentucky whisky eilit or ten or twelve years old puts these gentlemen in the class of the bunco steerer the green goods Then and the gold brick fellow who are outlawed by the good people of Kentucky The man who sells you a gold brick gilded like it was gold arid which by chemical test shows that it was brass is put into states prison as soon as the law can get hold of him but the man who sells you a bogus whisky gets rich on the trick and becomes an influential citizen If 1hed my wayI ould require them to tell the truth about these mixtures Harrodsburg Herald Men Past Sixty iu Damer IVankindoverIsixty year of age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders ushallyo entarcement of prostate gland Tn Is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should Be taken at thefirst sign of danger and it cor a recs irrejgulafities and has curedJ many old men of this disease Mr Rodney Bjrnett Rockport Mo writes 1 suffered with enlarged prostate glaud and kidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure If eel better than 1 have for twenty years although Iff am now 9 yeaijs old J Not Guilty o r It was curpfeiitly reported here Tuesday that ColiT R Phelps had died a few days ago at Seat tIe Washington where he wa living with his daughter Mrs Brad haw One gentleman tell us that lie tfestt of the Colonels demise in the Willisburg news of the Springfield Leader which I stated that he would be buried there Harrodsburg Herald ff i The gentleman who said he saw the item in the NewsI eade tis mistaken We did not publish it 0n the contrary we under stand that the report of Col Pheps death is erroneous Commissioners Sale h John A Tuckerc PItTjvs Francis Perkins Ac Dfts Bv virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof in the above style cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ONMONDAY APRIL 23 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of one and two years the foHowin described property towit or sufficient thereof to produce iheiJums of money so ordered to be made Two tracts of land situated on the waters of the Big Beech Fork in Washington county Ky and forming one connected body of land The first of said tracts containing 02j acres and described and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in John Reeds line near a gate thence with Said Reed N ti2iE poles toa stone corner to said Reed in John Barbers line thence with said Barber line N 52 E 1201 poles corner to T J Settles thence with said Settles oakIon t of the fence S 22 W 32 poles to a large black oak near the bluff now corner to Basil Hay on and also corner to Henry Offutt now tract No 21n deed filed m petition thence with Offutt 19J E 70 25 poles containing 621 acres as aforesaid The second tract is bounded as fol lows Beginning at a stone Northeast corner of John Reeds stable lot the ce North a straight line to a stone and black oak tree on the bluff in Basil Haydons line thence with bluffIcorner south with said line to a black oak tree in Reeds line corner to first tract thence West to a stone in corner of Reeds lot and the beginning containing 35 acres more or less Amt of note and interest 09411 Costs 445 Total to be raised 73886 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bid ders will be required to confply promptly with these terms J M GLEACHMAN fM C W C C FOR SALE A fresh milk cowJJ B R Grayi Letter From Illinois Brunswick llLDear readers of the News Leader if you willI not consider this tresspassing I will try to jot dowr a few items from our little Village as there area great many Ketituckiaua around heresomejof the de3rold Kentucky readers would enjoy reading a letter from Brunswick Illinois The News Leader is a welcome guest in our home everyone is anxious for it to come it brings us news from our Kentucky home it things us news oj all the marriages deaths and births of Washington county In last weeks issue we read the death of Mr F M Campbell one of the countys most prominent men and one that will be greatly be missed I must say that I regret very much that the Home Coming of the Old Kentuckians is so early inl the season Were it later there would be a great many more that would join the happy bind but I shall celebrate ihafc time whether I be here or there by singing My Old Kentucky Home in the old Southern way Most of our farmers are getting blue over the bid weather and bad roads The roads are worse than they have been for years so bad that the rural man failed to make bh round for three days straight But it wont be long until the sun will shine and the ground will dryand then ne can hear the spring birds and prairie chickens and the merry whistle of the farmer boys he harnesses hIs team and hooks to his gang plow at tIn break of dtyand then turns up the black soil it would make one feel like singing it is good to be here ue black mud is the only fault that anYOne can find with Ilinois but one has so many they9canfford rd not grumble but if we had the haid rodds here it would be almost erfejf KENTUCKY p Dent drur the utymach to cure a ceuh Qne Minut Cough Cure cuts the mucue draws the inflammation out of the throatlIIlungs and bronchial tube3 heals soothes and Ores A quick euro for croup and whooping cough Its constantly increasing use for many years tells oflhefact oi its absolute ucsfulness Sold by U J Haydon Fine Farms Change Hands Two of the largest land deals that have been made in this county for spme time were con summated during past week Mr W F Courts sold his farm of 1G5 acres lying on the Springfield pike about one mile and a half from this city to Mr Len P Alattiingly of Lexington for 14500 Mr Mattingly is a fprI t mer Lebanon boy the son of tHe Fit4hisred early mEt fall has ffenmaking his home in Lexington Possession of the larm is fci be given on or before May 1 at which time Mr and Mrs Mat lolreIlsdellAfter disposing of his farm purchased of Messrs Hughes Hutchins their farm on the Campbeilsvilbpike about two miles from town for 9 000 The place was formerly owned by Mr B Slick MatVingly and contains 100 acres Posession of this place iis to be given on or j anj Altaic of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of Bac Ky He writesTwenty years ago had severe hemoi rages of the lungs and was nean death wben iI begantaking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cujred Kne and I have remained well ever since U It cures Hemorrh ages Cronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis and is ttne only known cure for Weak Lujigs Every bottle guaranteed by 9J Tfialbottle Horrible Death I Last Thursday William Eaas foimerly of Burgin was caught in a wreck while switching c4r iin the CrnH D depot jittICincinnati and was burned toI death both legs being burnrd entirely off The remains wejre brought to the hom of hh grandfather Mr James Eidsat Burgin Saturday night lastt Funeral services were held bj Rev W D Moor after which the remains were iinterred atJ Shawnee Run Attorney E M Qardiu w ntto Cincinnati yeste day to lookiuto the matter Suit may be brought Harrpds bjrg Herald j A WY Powsiress IsMrs Alexander of Cary Ms who has found pro Kings New Life Pills tbe thebst rimi3v she eveu tried for keeping the Stomch Liver and Bwels lip perfect pruer Youll agree with her if you try these painless pur ifiers that infuse new life Guar anteed by OJ Haydon Price5 ft E 2S EsA3C Kimball has for sale Wbite Wyandottes White piy mouth Rock Single Comb Brofo Leghorn eggs at 75 cents for 15 For 10 days only I will make a special in a No country st r gh none that cant b beat C W Hagan i II- t i I I iIWater Coolers ice Cream Freezers Refrigerators Oil Stoves Hose for Sprinkling Grass Scythe Snaths Lawn Mowers Washing Machines i I GARDEN TOOLS f Such as Hoes Shovels Spades Rakes tote pont Ftlt Our Diamond Edgeline of Razors Shears Knives J Axes Etc They are the best tCall and inspect our stockof the above We w want you to see them i McELROY SHULTZI S 00A 4In f t Does your baking powder uponIthe label Use only a powder whose labejl shows it to be made with cream of tartar NOTE Safety lies in buying only the Royal Baking Powder which is the best cream of tartar baking powder that can be had If MAY CALL ANOTHER EX TRA SESSION Actingon advice of lecdins Democratic atorneys Gov Beck ham it isead has about made up his mind tfo call another ex ira session of the legislature for tbe purpose U redistricting the State according f 10 the pro visions of lthe Constitution The fact that theRpublicans in tde B eneral Assembly hive decidecL to test tIe constitutionality of of the redistrCting legislation incted atithe at their reguar essiqn of 1906 and previous Legislatu es has caused a I tiling f uneasiness to come over the Democrits fo eminent attorneys have given their opinion chat4he contention Qf the Rep ablicans will be sustained in the courts raticrepresentativ ffullthat th paesent llaw is unconstitutional They fear tha the question might arise after the November election an djt would t1lsgJoundsoelieve that if the question was raised tn the National HOUSd of Representatives their ssats tfould be f nfeitsd and they are inxious that the defects in the reseat law be remedied The Democratic Congressmen seek reelection it is siid will arso urge the Governor to call the Legislature iin extradrdinnary session Snce the Republican mem ers in the General Assembly oaaae known their inteation tote t tte coiutitationsliry of the redistricting bill the Democrats have found that their position is untenable From eminent au taorities they have learned tht t the Republican p sttion wjjl bs sustained m the courts They have been told that the redistricting legislation enacted at the session ot 1893 and 1906 is clear ly invalid and the Court of Ap peals will wlen the q oestion is submitted to that bodir hold it to be unconstitutional Wh3n the redistricting bill was up for passage at the last S3SS on of the legislature tne Rep ublfcins members warned theI majority that the bill Wosuncon tiiutionaljand that they would nave the courts pass on the mat ter Those threats were not seriously but the action of toe CQnmifcteet of Sena ors and Representatives of which Sen ator A s Bennett w stbe hirmeAi in retaining eminent counsel tit institute proceedings in the courts have caus d the Democrats no little c ncernI Lou Herald WANTED Two men in each county to represent and adve r use Hardware department put ntH sauples of our goods etc Traveling position or office man ager Salary 90 p r month Jcash weekly with all expanse P idlnMvan tv We fOrl ievery thihgi1 THE COLUMBIA 0SE Dept 010 23f 5th Ave II t Chicago HI t t5Insurance 4 Insure in the Farmers Home insurance Company of Junction 1 City Kythe only company iin the State that makes any claim lot paying its losses iin full lyr e litJltas EIirfy lUeara Th fa MttJs t F fCommissioners Sale First National Bank of Springfield P1K J Coleman Stigallv c dfts By virtue of Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February tern 1906 in the above styled cause for the sum of 1000 with Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annual from the uBtilpaWICourt House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY APRIL 23 1908 at 2 o clock pirn or thereabout beia highestbeststid a credit of six months the following ikscjibed property towit or suScieat thereof to produce the sums of raoeey so ordered to be made A tract of land situated in Wash ington county Ky on the Beechland and Lincoln Run turnpike and bounded as follows It is designated as lot No 3 in the case of W T Stigall c TS WaskiagtoftCircult stone and two oaks corner to the late eN35tWsame thence N 421 E 43 poe to Ca small branch corner to same thence su13135poles 1 naeNe2Ssame thence with line of same S 38 E 33 35 poles to K stake at corner of barn lot whence S 501 10 45poles te K a stone in line of dower thence poetoIsaIJ1etbence S2G 12 E 27 i5poIMto county road corner said dower thence With line off QaWr S 151 E 56 34 poles to A aStonIsaid B L Litseys line thence with Ij said line N 49 E 60t polesI to the be ginning cont yiing 58 acres Noteand interest 4103267 Cost r 4325 I Total to be raised fl075 2 For the purchase price the per chaser or purchasers with preved- security or jiureties Ht e ecttte bonds bearing legal interest fra date of sale untl paid and havi fthe force r 11be q jcomplyM 6 L 0MCWCC iiblic RentliiO- FLWf ANDSALEOFPERSONALPtEI1T 4 jAs agEnt nt T M LsD acting under written authority twill on- Friday April 6 f1908 firat oclock pI5at thei res dence of said Laaham abot1 miles west of Springfield Miki public auctkn j Three good br Qi msro in foil by Jack os J f old heifer twp milk e0Wi yearling steer three Mw crtv two good brOOdJlO1fr2t bogS weighing about 103 OaeQ Barlow two hor e planter one good two vagon ne twohorse ctUvmtt one tyohorse plow ooe doob ihovel one seel Harrow ai iher farming iraptaMtttftr I will at thetihns rs- the farm of the aftM IjutbMfl the Springfield p4 M 1irnpikebot i f ptiniJit iip kJ51School diMrlct Ootfala and excellent dweNbii cK kmgsixoodrooms ten l other suitable ofctbaiWtagf nanner of iaHpg the will be dgnted en tlat saleand reeUD t TERMS Of 8ALIAII- ot1c4uRdercMb All hiexceissof1Ooiasrn e per cea f 1asia- twIl1Pm aMil- Jsi1907aticdet tb- ii to paper ster WNbe drrA tVgiT iJj ip4 tcu ij 1fi iMt in either bank ia 8pri Ky TH0S P PBRf- AsentorT M Lco i i LEADED VXBY THCMDAY EAR IN ADVANCE r SFRIWGJFICLD KY 4 0fc L DAVISON Jr 1 Weiil iw b4Ru2 Tietiees licHik pea ck4lfli InfeMiolJ CM MI ctviiAUauM sid political ramtter epM Mt wericrls deM at lowrmtes bat cash Ht tf tin noj CiJfc A nTeetlI R com tracts ade liberal et J 3iltH rk and lesolutlors of rtsspeci w XoDX4IlXl- MiMa4strat t 250 U MreO ieoo SaTUSDAY APRIL 51906 iTt are authorized to announce rf Robert Noel as acandidate for the offic of Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court Subject to tke action of the Demo cratic party JiIlfHQW dafter serving six 1years in jjail and after taking his case through all of the courts has been placed in the Kentutky penitentiary begin his lifesen tenca for the Goebtl murder f The temperance wave seems to t be sweeping the country In JOhio a victory was scored against the liquor men when the Legis lature passed a law raising sa fo Jtfoott licenses from 300 to 10CO Ie ycfer News comes ihatMay r i W W Rose of Kansas City tender dhis resignation tfecause the t people in elec ion declared f against his policy of licensing HIUOJC joints His resignation wasaccepted t Txas MissEffie Kimberln has re Ut1near Springfield Sf Meters J D and Jacob Peter BOH were ifi Danville Tuesday- E N Kimberliu attended county court at Lebanon Jon day Miss PeatI Claybrooke isi thinw a Spring school at ibis place J MisWilie Wnayne who has been in Lousvuleis visiting hei TW nt8 Cal R E Whayne and WifeMr T C Campbell of Louis yule is visiting reatives here Mr Campbell has just recovered troD an attack of typcoid reVEl and hs many friends are glad to welcome him hare v Otis BrSdshaw who i now it work for tLe telephone company caaae out Monday night Mr Irvifle Wbayne and lam ilyMrs Chas Noe and Mrs Ja ob Peterson were the pleas act gue U of Mrs P C WPel er oD MondaySMr Henry Wilson and wife ol near Spiirgfieldj visited their dajiighter Mrs Clay Brady Sun- 11dy JVL Bottoms was at the home of Mr acd Mrs Jacob Frterson Snnday yourIIs Tnc 1oQ1TlltaMc- d Scence has pro en that the moon has an atmosphere which akes nIP in some form possible on tbatHsatellite but n Jt for bif miin beings who have a hard ough time on this earth of OUTS ipncially those wuu donc know Jhat Electric Biters cute Heac I afcbex BilliousnesF Malarin Chl fcnid Fever Jaundicp DyspJ sia JKrzz n sjjfoTpdi Liver Kdney- plahits General DebllllY UI Ie vveabnesseF Unequalled a m general Tonic and Appetizer or weak persons and epeciilly W the aged It induces sound jeep Fuliy guaranteed by C J rjdon Prco only50c I ANTIOCH flR y DpuglasBryant will tcbftt AnUceh Sunday next 1 OOOiSMr JobnYeager had a grub ji eMonday last 21 men and tit aDemocrrt in the crowd and r 51 ie women had u quilting and artj at night Born to the wife of Mr Edd Co1vlJabovrt Mr tjtvjJ Sweazy and family 4114pent Saturday and Sunday with- ptjter Greensat Chapel srs Lathert and Jam der Bt Gillif liiujvijj owiicmade a flying trip to Bar buigSuraa1 k Cor r1 si- ufrornhm tia W 1reer soon 1r A J Jiloore hipy- gshead of tobacco to 11 I Mtmdifyv 4 M1lr tun1v Mac1d Miis- i r1- jCarrkj WhittikeratWfided SuoI dayShool at Pair View Sn day Get ReiFQr SIthI Living indoors so much inuring tbe winter nonths creates a sort pf stuf fv wast osozon3 condition in the blood and system generally Clean up and get ready for spring Tape a few Early Eisers These famous little plUs cleans the liver stomach and fiowls and give the blood a cnance purify itself They relieve head sallow complexion etc pold by rto I radon PuIIiam L =Ed Foster and wife visited riends at Brooksville last Sun day Tuere is quite a llot of tobacco being shipped rem this vicinity just now v jjjMr J A Johnson has returned from Louisville where he has oeen selecting his Spring stock of goods JH Ash and wifeipent Sun lay at Willisburg Mr jSThojias Scott and Maud Thesser were quietly maraied at the home qf the brideilast Thursday Elisha Keelingsold his crop of tobacco to Terrell and JenkinsI Mrs J A Johnson visited hEr i arents last week Mrs D1C Derripger of Sharpsville visied Mrs S D Royalty and family last week- Mr Ti j C Thompson who has been confined to his bed with la grippe is able to be out agan Mr Thomas Hines who has ieen on the sick list for several days is better at this writing Rev Francis Hill of Lanca tjr passed through our village last Monnay Mr B W Crouch contem plates buying a saw mill and oioying in our midst fill Interestl lany Every person should know that good health Is impossible if the kin neys are deranged Ioleys Kidtey Cure Wil euue kidney and bladner dis ease ta every form and wil build up and Btrengthen these organs so they will perform their functions prop rly No danger of Brighta disease or diabetes it Foleys Kidney Cure is taken in tme Sold by tie Red- Cross Drug Stcre II PIeasnflIjI- IS Durr bought a mare from Daniel Hellard of Cardwell for 60 J M Royalty and family visi ted Silas Bulkhead and wife last weekI 5S familyhavegiving up Mr Hats as he was oe of our best citizens The ladies pi this jcbmmunity ire doing nicely wi hi theif turkeys One of our n ighbo ss urkeys lay so far way they ride to the nest Mr John Durr ofTabitlw was at the hume of his brother fas Durr Sunday The farmers of this vicinity- are glad Yo SEe some Spring- weather as they have plenty of f worktodoS TfblOWostgoThere was some trash swept out of tbe store m which Patis Green was mixed which wits the immediate cause qf their dtathj45S Lenten goods ofttU kinds fish loose or in kits cheaper han ever before A out price in peaches prunes apricots navy beans hominy and rice for the next 10 days at C W Hagans I 7 W J THE IEWe LEAD R Iw i2l SIIUsboro Old blustering March is now a thing of the past No one was sorry to see her go for there was only one bright day during the entire month- The farmers are much behind with their farm work on accountt of the bad weather so now thej will be greatly rushed to each up with all lines of vtork Band are awfuily source andean hardi Jy be found at any pr ice Lee Settles the leading norse trader of Ponyvill has been siokfor the past few days with la g i ippeSMr and Mrs 7 S Thomas oflseyeralofl near TaylorsvilleS Dud Sutherland and Jas Set tIes bought an oak tree f urn Dan Rogers for 25 This tree stinds near Fenwick and is said to be one of the flues and largest oak in the county It measures more than than live feet in diameterI and 70 feet to the smallI limb The buyers will tree up into boards awl It is estimated to make 15000 boardsIJas Sutton and family Fenwick Visited attie home ofI Jim Settles last week Babe Coulter wife and little son Roosevelt spent Sunday with the family oij M Shields atOak GroveSFor four years we have tried tiflnd out why Hillsboro was so named We asked al of our old citizeds but could find outnoth ing definite about it so at last we made known our request to a fortune teller who will give us an answer this week why the place was so called We wUl give the answer in our next let terThos W Sutherland has a pig that is somewhat of a curosjty velopedheadssmaller than the real head It takes nourishment from the large head Mr Sutherland takes ratoch interest in the pig and thinks iilk it lives it would be quite an addition to some side show There is q tea talk just now about the condition of the roads especially the Niirt roads for several of them suKje the heavy raibs are almost iimpassable but anymeannow than ithas been forNtbe past twentylive years but it is only due to the excejlent working ih received last fall urdcr the up er vision of Prof J T1 Prather We believe if there is any mali in the county who understands the road question it is Mr Prather and for that reason we would like to have a letter from him in the NewsLeader on the subject in the near future Iwas our prtveledge to listen toa good sermon Sunday at- M ckviJI preached by the Rev Walker pastor of the M E chlirchat that place His ser RoyWalkerisbut he is more tham an average preacher and the church at Ma kyiJle jsf rtunate enough to have such an eloquent young man Mrs 0 C Chrisy of Sinims accompanied by Miss Sadie Mc Clain visited her sisteri Mrs J S Thomas at this place last weekSW C Dudgeon candidate for deputy marshal of Ponyville shakinSbandsafternoon Be is making a bustling canvass neighborsJohnalty have leased a lot of fine timber near Richmond Va and contemplate moving there in the fxpertslatma a success II S IisI1 many durE dayafter day this nerve racking strengtbsbapplng- K I alltGlasses all distressing pain would vanish WeS 1Ixminel 81isfactionp81 e see andnear with no seams and crack to be t teen when on the facei The Kryptox The Kantseum iS- and The ToricsightSS g wO Grigsb the Optician will m aka his regular trips 8 SpringfieldI 1J APRIL14tiS 8 S I iW1Ctiisby The Optician I JjS BARDSTOWN KY Iu There is another R pubican in the Kelly shop precinct He arrived at the home of Tbos Mc ilvoy s Wednesday night from babyland Dr Thompson was the attending physician Both mother and babe are doing fine and Tom is we3ring a biger smile than Nick Longworth J S Thomas bought a fine bay ware from L D Baker for 110 Dud Sutherland bought some logs from Ballaid Settles at a private price Lee Settes bought a work horse from John Shewmaker for 105 EJd Set tips bought a mare from Mrs Martha Shewmaker for 100 Mr Edd Settles lost a very valuable horse last ieelc Oau e of death unknown- traffic in horse flesh in IThe Ponyville will not be in the future for the pleasant weather will earl III hands to the farm where the will tind any amount of work awaiting them Luc Grow Srong Afam Norhlnff will relieve idigestion that iis not a thorough digestanl Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digest wLat you eat aLd allows the stomach to restrecuperategrow strong again A few doses of Kodol afttr meals will soon restore the bt mach and dig stive organs to a full perjrrm adce af their functions naturally and bring health and strength Sold by OT Havdon Valley Hill Mr Alberlus Pmkuton and wile visit d relatives near Mooresvilte Tuesday and Wed nesday Mrs Thos Bker of Hills bQro accompanied by her charming daughter Mis Bertha were in our midst WednesdayS Mrs Derringer of near Willis bu g visited relatives inl ths section durng the llost few days Rev A G Pinkstoa who his been conducting aseiiesi of meet ijugs in this section fur two weeks left Sunday to till an appoint mentIn Inaiana Several from this Section at tended the show in town lliurs day Dora t Thome seems to have the floqr as a bigtI class play Those who heard Prof Fan flings lecture last week at the Court House declare jpSthe best yet He is an ub e talker Harry Derringer and wife spent afew days Jbstll kattheb- ome of the latter Barents near Mooresville t William perrirge4i Jr has gone to Louis iiiu to accept a position as conductorm the eke trie car service The niany relatives of Mrs Jerotmi Wohner of Willisburg were alled fom this pace to htr bedside last week owing to her serious illness j Many fnjha this section atten ded tbe temperance meeting at the Court House Sunday night Mr J D Shan delivered his crop of tobacc to the A T Co ThursdayLGrove ias received V lot of American wire fence at Ifais sta tion during tthe past two weeks This prospect is for a few more fenced farms iiij our county V Sam Roddicks gave a wood cbooping one afternoon lust week alter wty ch the boys were treated to all the Old McKenta they could well carry home Messrs Moran and Bradshiw sold their crop of tobtcco to the American Tobacco Co last week at 8 and it respectively The drop eighed 3J3 pounds and was an extra crop according to season The many tobacc raisers of this community are very much behind with their work but ve y few have their beds burned ana plowing iis something unheard of here Trio way the past two weeks have been it seems as though we never wouldl plow dri earth agiin peJ1Sundaywife Will BradhawSso1d a CDJ to Jus Moran for 35 While hauling wire from tlrs station on last Mo day Mr Tnos Baker of Willisburg ael with a very painful but not serious ac cident A park fujlingand would have struck his head had be not caught it with his band in such a nianitr as to driveI large nail in his palm He wac suff riLg grraly when be re turned to his home UNO A Ctapce lor Salisfaciiou If you ever bonght a boxof Witch Hazel Salve thot failed to ffivc satls faction the chances are it did not have the name E C DeWitt Co1 I pribted on the wrapper and pressed In the box The original DcWHts Witch Hazel S4lveSnever falls to give satisfaction for burns sores boils tetter cracked hands etc for blind bleeding itching and protrfd ing Piles it affords amost immediate ralief It stops the pain Sold bj C J Hoydon I MAUD We are certainly gladto w1 come the sun once again If the rain had continued falling much longer think we would had to have gotten us some eordoas and peddled about our little city Ve learn that the weather bu reau has decided lo record the past month as the worst ever known for March 1 ItiiTimetoS t Ii IIIiiWhy Not Let Us furnish Youi With sS Seeds for Sowing iIt i We are county agents for the Chatanooga SNOW OfS none better Our customers who have tfsed this plow will recommend itSNice Line of Buggies are fully prepared this season to show some fWe that will please in Buggies All we ask is 3 that you cand examine our Buggies before buy ing elsewhere Wwill suit you both in pric and quaIitrI SS G D ROBERTSON CO ti4 4i 4 44 PiII 4 4 SI 4 I Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY IIHMDSOME3H0 tyIesI IiThcne 300 Green Duncan of Bloomtield wl1 bjgin hauling forthe bridge cross hti river in about tbrec WeeIsS Mr Erie Cbeatham of Willis burg has been the guestof his aunt Mrs R M Arnold here Misses Lydia and Hallie Hus ton were in your town Saturday- We are glad 1to see Miss Klthri ti Wakefield out again after u twO weeks illnets Mrs Al L Troutrran who has been suffering from asthma is also re pp td better spenrThursiaysit teMrs John Virgin Messrs Richard Arnold nd Mike Troul Plan our two enter prisng merchants attended the meeting in town recently Uno spike last week of being a feeble writer buttne nlytbinp he lacks is grace 5rac Now ifthe writer was only deficient along one line m an efficient writer she would not become so discouraged We notice every week some account of the woman ol dug nd pony fame the last report was hurt sbe had hen arrested- b low New Haven on the chargy 1 We Close at 530 P M 521 The Greatest Wo 1in1 J Combiningilig class Goods Low Prices and the t Newest Exclu t sive Styles t Magnificent Stock of A Tailored Suits C essestSkirts and Summer i Goods I I becoming No Trip To Louis yule Is Complete To This a Visittt Railroad Fares Refunded t from April i2 to 14 Mtmttrt llMrclt4I1IAuod iKj GUTMANCOInc If I Without SHOE tAKIR5 wmt IMANI Sold by P JC Thomas of carrying co coaled weapons Tins is certainly a strange char acter and many re anxious to learn the Itrue o ject of hei travels throughout he country The overseers of tnfe road wit meet Wednesday fbrth purpose of repaiiirg tne bridge across tthe race below Maud It wJll be so repaired as to enable crossing until a new bridge can be con structed The writer had the pleasure of visiting tire little viMiaee of Pollill Saturday We find that its nusliog merchant Mr To J Trent is repairing and enlarging hid store hous It will bo quite a commodious affair when completed If one is to judge from tbe number of horses Hitched ibout the town he is making livtty sales of iiis stock and the place is doing a hustling business Mr Hamilton She an deliver ed twohhe lot of hogs to H DI Stiles at Valley Hiiia eraging 200 and 2501bs at 6 cents Mrs Kate Shewmaker was the isuest of Mrs Troutoian one day the past week- Mrs N Bricken anti Mrs I N Arnold were in Springfield frndpy FRIZZLE BEAD it f liiliiWiWitii M llitiWWlwW UiwwWif f I SPRING STOCK f i 1 r I OF CLOTHINfi ia Wc have just openeda mce line oiE Iot Rjlens Clothing 4 embracing all the Jlatest Spring a 5TlSS E 3 St HOES s i f foa i For Men The latest in Oxfords All Ii the latest in Shapes aLSi t i NOv Neckwear and White j L Meniaj We wish to call attention of our lady customers f itr our new line of Fancy Belts Belt Buckles Stocks 5L J and Persian Ribbons the newest things for Neck lj Wear- r3a = Anew line of Dress Goods and Trimmings IE Everything in White Goods We are selling i WINTER GOODS AT A SACRIFICE tl I taL 3 rom t m m if m ttIf l TMiwmi iW W vltW j CHESTNUT DARE l cC I j One that is not Untried but a great an- dI v S uniform Breeder v Chestnut Dare will make the presenf season aAmySStable near Springfield atS s ifnrS ff 20 To 1Insure a LavingC6lL Chestnut sorrel 6 years old 16 hands one 4nch high r B large haidsine saddle and harness horse ityhsh perf GtCJinf6rm in gaits and in action His size finish hone and SII Sppce mares SSand produce the highest type which the market demands fjqt3 Judges of horseflesh have flattered him Jjy sayinghe 1sSthe best son of his famous sire His produce of two sea Ci have II1j sons secured their share of first money iin closely j I contested rings having met and defeated the progeny of a such sires as Chester Dare 10 Ky Squirrell GblderfGayi Vi tGreatland and others Horsemen pronounced his ring of fe colts of last season Letter than those given by the owners g- pJ of such sires as Montgomery Chief and Highland DennitrkSS f Chestnut Dare was sired by ihe great Chester DareJI fr 1 1st dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chief hey Mrfmbrino s Chief Hi 2d dam by Black Hawk Chief 3d dam by Brink i1r ersDrennonS tConsidering his breeding size style general conf or Jil mation and his uniform show of colts I ask the patronageSof this and idjoining counties t- tv dj LEXiNGTON PRINCE If 1 AlgIG I gIr s greataction and gra eful movements He has a combi E Snation of Denmark and Cabells Lexington blood 5jS i l Lexington Printe iis by Red Erince sire of the chain t f I r Spion saddle horse Thornton rShe by Second Jewel by K Sj- bjCabells j iij under the saddle 2d dam by Lexington tKoroughbrEd Ug t3 This horse comes highly recommended as a breeder fQri3 fancy saddle and high acting horses v ijj g 10 To Insure a Living Colt i iti t r55SAly old well known mule Jack which has proven hiinSS jv fself to be one of the best Ui the count for high prieds mules will stand at 10 tto Insure a LivingCo1tS 5 iAlso GRAY KING a dark gray Jacky 15 hands 1 inch J high very lengthy great weight and bone big feet goodSg head and ear and no better bred Tack for mules HisJife 1 i a large black Jack by Imp Leon was a great muleJfJapki I khis damis a very large and fine aevell j nnefS f 1 INSURE A IliVING COLT fp t tt A cordial invitation is given to all toc ind eeT 1 this stock Season money is p sitivly5due vhen niajrefr are traded olT parted with or bredto other stock B B LEACHMAN 1 g fa RFihNoI 3 SPRINGFIELD KV 4 i srIt r- Qciq42 lii J 5Lgi p EVERYBODYS BUSINESS I 1w tJ1 fv t1S J 1 Is Nobodys Business But out Business i lJi iis to give the public the best workIn m 1 jTinning and Plumbing SSm vJ a the least possible cost GIVE USA CALL y i J w PRITCHARD ki p f or SSPRJNGFIELD YSS JP I It Louisville is Booming DoYoUxiIowS p 1THESE PACTS ABOUT LOUIS VILLE 850000 r DODiSwithli a radius of only 6 miles itieadstheWOLDSIn the manufacturing of Jeans farm wagons sewer pipe wooden boxes and In producing and handling tiskY sole leather c menc tobacco ax handles and pIumbersSupPiieSSLouisTlUa Is the home of the largest orf n factory in the ortd the largest t soap factory In the South and ona of theTarsestl Plow fC tories In the world and has 8 eir1e IMsSurbanllnes LoulSTille Is aciioBEAThSFUL HOMESl its dry jMtJpertyTaJueitoota 200 000000 It has the grandest pent system tn the United States and many 1Mfandnlfcent tll1dln andChurd1 Is the home of the WORLDS LLDtNGcOM- MERCIALSCHOOL EnroU at this hoodo ThOROUGH work and yoisU flesr to want of a good position In a boomI lenllterprlslnc city lilciLouisTiUe NOW Is the time to InYcstiPteCataloc fretSIiIIYUTSTRATTO1thISINESSCO1LEOE LOUISVIL1E KY Se 55S r i T 7 4 DR JJI BDRTOHf- tKSIDCNT DENTIST a TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN 10OI7JCw1l1lpa Block up staIr SPRINGP1ELP KYri All Dental Work Strictly f f I t Firstclass toDtIU IAMPTON DR J O MUD LAMPTON MUD I Pkysicius and Surgeons Officeover Haydons Drugstore J W FGR1GSBY iI i ATTORNEY AT LAW oc over Peoples Ban- kpflGFiELD KY BRoBARDS M WFYATT RtBARDSifiYATT Physicians and Surgeons f Office over McElioy Shultz L L DR J H HOPPER f PHYSICIAN and SDRfjEOH PHONES Office Over i Office 9f Hagans Grocery esiHftcej71 JJIRW F TRUSTY p PRACTICAL PENTIST4Office over Haydon Barber rental work atreasonable prices U work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY JON Y MAYE- S1mm uIflETORv AND LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE 4 bAY 10NIGHT 74 SPHIN6FIELD KY itftairoad Schedule fIt f Following iis the time schedule now In effect on the Eardstown rfnd Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville a 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm4 arrives at Springfield 645 p m No 42 Leafes Springfield at 530 a n4 Bardstgwn 617 am Bards own Junction 705 am rnvesat Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at1 s 780 am Bardstowo Janction1 930 am Bardstown 1115 a m arrives at Springfield 1240 pnd No44Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown n tion 435 pm arrives at Lujsville 545 pm nEjpTfiD Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 amBards 1 t3wn 8 am Bardstown Junction tt45am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6pm Bardstown I Junction 650 pm Bards town 753 pm1 arrives at Springfield 825 pm 41R0a Carriage Repair Slop All kinds wood work and up done Grain CiadlesIItb01stering on hand for sale I I have for sale now one new handmade buggy new hand J made spriug wagon andagood second handspring wagon V rWill work cheaply for the mdnev All work strictly cash W H BOND Springfield Ky t FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES 4jj Biked Daily Always good always fresh We bavea new Baker who is an ar tist at making good things i Six Loaves of Bread for 25c Hertliens CQnfectionery 1sIfa B Leghorns Exclusively rEggs fot sale 1 00 f r 15 or L50ipr30 vV MRS L N REE- DBFDNo3 I ir e For Sale WlLte Plymouth Rock Cockerels Fishel strain 100 each Jplall grown vigorous birds Mrs E T DAVISON IUIMJNnrDtscov WIN Strtly S4tp Tht Cfttfh r 2 I I TOWN rr Local Happenings oT Interest i The Freshest and Latest 1 AboutYourseir Friends I and Acquaintances Onioni Sets at Johnson KMcGabVs y rfI r Seed potatoes at Johnson McCabes r t Salted peanu4at Johnson McCabes f Try Pawnee atsat John son McCabe Kv VanArsdale hominy at Johnson McCabe Ii Royal patent ithe best At Johnson McCabe Garden and l pwer seed of all kinds at Johnson McCabe Fishirg tackleot every de scriptipn at Johnson Mclabe Garden seed q4ii knds bulk and packages onion sets of all kinds at C W Hasans FOR SALEA church chande lier in perfect prder with six lights Inquire of G VV Lyon Special prices f on evaporated peaches pi unes mackerel white fish etc at Johnson McCabe t f If jou want nice country hams or shoulders know that I have them G W Hagan Bring us your bacon hams aod shoulders Highest market price Johnson McCabe Robert E Hopkins will deliver alecture with sterepptican views at the Maud Christian church on the evenings ofAfril6i 7 and 8 Mr A 0 Lake a town far mer has 23 hens in his back yard yard from which he col lected during the mdnh of March 511 eggs Now is the time to turn loose your surpulus bacons it is worth more toaay thanjtmayab tomorrow hams shoulders sides jowlsare what I want Cash i preferoVC w HhganI LOST A sheet of music en tltlek O Lord Have Mercey On Us Finder please return to NewsLeader office Lost on street We dnesdey afternoon A Potato season is here and my supply is complete both in qual ity and prices 1 bought at the right time and it will pay you to call and get my prices before buying C W Hagan Why not bring your produce and at all times get the best nurket price for it Just tliink 2oc per lb for butter tbe higfest market price for eggs cash if prefered C W Hagan Mr Cary Wilson of Marion county has a inijilecOlt sired by L D Bakers Jabk Bill Goebel of this sounty which is 43 inches higiat two weeks old Mr W il sonhas refused 110 for the colt Mr T D VVjlls usained a painful injury tthe forefinger of his left hand Tuesday its catching in the rope of a pulley and breaking tle bone between the second and third joints He is not greeting friends vith both handsroZrIJ The few bright days this week have brought out spring ard summer buyers which very gratifying to aujclasses of raef chants A peep into any of the stores this week has reminded us of a widely advertssd bar gain day in the city Every day ir a bargain daYwith our mer chants and wjiat they set forth in their advertisements is amply justified in their dealings with the people 1t Notice All persons jixdetited to the firm areIGLASS yS 1OK12 TOPICS I IMMlMM t Mrs Jane Logsdon Dead Mrs Jane Logsdon an did and highly respected lady of the county died on last Wednesday night at the home of her sonin law Mr J P Willelt m the Pleasant Grove neighborhood The deceased was TTJ ears of age and was the widow of Frajik P Logsdon for years a prominent citizen of the county who died in 1880 Mrs Logsdcn was a woman of many excellent traits tof character and was greatly loved and respecter by all with whom she came in contact She was a devoted member of the Catholic church and the funeral took place at St Dominic hereon Friday morning The follow ing sons and daughters survive Mrs Logsdon Mrs JR Phelps of pahfornia Mrs Ben Haydon and Mrs T P Willett of this county Messrs Stevecand William Logsdon Miss Add e Logs don and Mrs J R Berry of Missouri She is also survived by threa sisters as follows Mrs Mary A Noe Mrs T L Simms of Louisville and Miss Bettie Smith who is a sister of the Catholic church anu is known as Sister Patricia of Nashville Tenn i Temperance Meeting The mss meeting in theiiiter est of the temperance cause filled the Court House to the doors on last Sunday night and the meeting clearly demonstrated the great interest among the people in cause of temperance The meeting was opened by Judge I H Thurman who in a few remarks declared bhnself to be unequivo ably opposed to the sale of liquor at any and all times Judge Thurman stated that he had been told that for him to take a stand against the liquor traffic meant his political downfall but that he was willing to risk it and could not under any circumstances advocate the sale of whiskey Rev Lyon of the Methedist church made a few remarks on the moral side pf the question and Dr Latimer read from the bible in support of the temperance cause Rev Walden of the Christian church spoke of the question from a practical and business standpoint and presented figures and statistics of the finances and business of towns wher local option exists and compared them with whiskey selling towns Mr Walden argued that the business of a town is becefitted rather than otherwise by Ipcal option Rev W H Williams gave a short talk and said that there is a higher and better reason than all why the whiskey traffic should be voted out and that isthatpro hibitionj stands for God andfcr morals At the close of the meeting the proposition was put requesting all those against whiskey selling in Springfield to stand The entire audience arose as one man and was dismissed with the singing of Praise God from Whom all Blessings wt Fiscal Court Meets The WahingtonCounty Fiscal Court met Tuesday in its regular April session Besides allowing a number of claims the Court has been quite liberal in appro prlations for roads An appro priation ofr 1500 was allowed to assist in building two and a half miles of turnpike road from Mayes Chapel to the Pleasant Run turnpike This road will be of great convenience to the citizens of that end of the county and will also benefit the business of Springfield as it will make it nore convenient lOP the formers to get to Springfield than to Lebanon The road will cost 3 000 the balance of the amount is being raised by private sub oo S Glasses Broke 1ir You cannot make them ofSCast iron and its to ue w crying over spilled milk IDS simply a bit of vexa 8 tion thats all I can reoS pair them while you wait Ii My Optical Goods are from the best makers S They prove sat factory and my best customers are those who have patronized us longest In eye glasses we are leaders Thbyr4 a sort of specialty with us k James J Graves OO WT I I w Display ofBeantifu Millinery I Saturday April 7th i rtt8 IsA complete line of beautiful pattern Hats and Gage 2 taIlored Hats will be displayed ifI t i SA1URDAY APRIL 7th 8 i 4 t at my Store You are cordially invited to come and see I my t tr g tock A pretty line of Hits on sale now tg t Mrs Kate I Williams I oooo v scription the merchants of Springfield donating a liberal share The magstrates also made an allowance of 2600 to build a turnpike road hrough dingIthrough to the Mackville pike The questionof building a bridge across Sulphur creek in the Cardwell neighborhood was con sidered but it was decided not to make the appropriation until next year A communication was read from the committee in charge of arrangements for Home Coming Week at Louisville in which the county was asked for an appropriation of 38 as its share in certain expenses inci dent to the entertainment of the guests The allowance Wits made by the court The court wound up its business yesterday and adjourn Easter Sale of Good Things ito Eat There will be a sale of cakes dressed chickens baked hams pickles and other good things to eat ia the lecture room of the Presbyterian cbjirch on Saturday the 14th Orders given iin advance of the sale wilr be filled for Easter dinner Administrators Sale As administrator of Thomas H Janes Iwill at the he me of the deceased one and a half mi south orFrederickstown on esI road leading to BLufico on Friday April 20th Beginning at 1 oclock sell at public auction the following property One mare and mule colt three milk cows one 2seari Old steer three yearling steers two heifers 100 bushels of corn niowing machine hay rake and various other farming implements A lot of household fur niture Terms wilt be announced on the day of sale s JOHN 1 JANES- Administra or Flowers and Plants I will be in Springfield county court day witha nice lot of how ers and plants and will ship up a big lot the week after Will give date later GEO R MATTNGLY Administrators Notice A persons having claims against the estate 61 Mary J Janesi deceased are hereby notified to present same to me properly proven on or before AprillO 1006 for settlement- J R LINTON Adinr of Mary J Janes Administrators Notice Alll persons having claims against the estate of Isaiah Prather deceased are notified to present same properlyproven- to me qr to my attorney John W Lewis at his office in Spring on or before May 10 1906 for settlement T P Prather Administrator Notice It is very necessary that the estate of F W Campbell settled as soon as possible persons indebted to the estate are requested to pay the s meat once to the undersigned THEO CAMPBELL Admr of F M Campbell Turkey Eggs Forsalq Turkey eggs at250 per dozen from Narrapansette and MBJ stock 7 Mrs C D Miller MM Island Torture is np worse than the terrible case of Piles thatafflicted me 10 years Then I was advised to apply Bucklens Arnica Salve and less than a box permanently cured Nmefwrites L S Napier of Rug lea Ky Heals all wounbs Burns and Sores like magic 25c at C Hayfon f 1E1CNPLM- iss BTadgie Brown is in Lou isville e Miss Lucy Brqjfn is quiteas5ck this week jMr S R Gray is quite sick at his home bear town y Mr Irvine MeElrpy of Lebanon was here Tuesday Hon W D Glaybrooke hasreo turned from Frankfort4 Mr and MrsS C Hendren haye gone to Loretto to livec Miss Myrtle Puce is visiting the Misses Stoker at Bardstown Mr and Mrs Joseph R Clay brooke are visiting relatives here Mr end Mrs John R ivJahon of Lebanon visited bomrolks Sunday Mrs H P McChord visited relatives inLebanon a few dajs this week Mis3 Elise Durrett pfSt Cathrine is wth her sister f x1 a fW days Mrs Carrujthers of Bard town iits visiingi her sister Mrs Dudley Tupp- Mrs riuttDi and daughter Hallie of Maud were here shoj ping Tuesday Hon John W Lewis is attend ing ccurt at Greensburg and isiting his mot ier lr J WLiwi visited her rr ative at Libanoa the latter pj rtri last weev MrEielFoterl spent a few days visirni hit relatives at Salvisa last week Of stock = have = Misses Lizzie and Bertha Hay don visiting Mrs T H Spalding at Bardstown Mrs Theressa Cloyd of Ldu isviile carne Tuesday to visit relrtives at Mackville Mr and Mrs Richard ulark of Lebanon visited Mrs Tuesd ly Mr J Burk Robertson who hasbeen at Rome Ind for health has returned home Mrs Harry Brown of Lebanon was over Tuesday and attended Presbytery at Pleasant Grove Mrs Clements and Miss May Mulvey ere over from Lebanon Tuesday shopping Mi Sin hel McClaskey of Bloomfield her the Misses Brown Saturday and Sunday Miss Miranda Tucker has gone to to be brides maid to her friend Miss Yewell this Mrs Baker and daughter Mrs Lizzie of near rifle were in town shopping Wednesday a Dr George Shaunty of Lous yule is at home on account of Mrs Daisy be ing critically ill Miss Lula Campbell is back at her place behind die counter at Robertson Bros several weeks absence 1J rw115j Mr Lytle Kayes has returned fromthe Marion Soldiers Home of Marion Ind to attend to some business affairs here Misses Sadie Mayes and Ly dia DuLcan Mesdames Charles D Robertson and D Th Lake at ended Presbytery Tuesday Mr W K Robertson returned last Friday from Cincinnati where he went to purchase new goods for the firm off Roberticn Bros Mrs Vf K Robertson has r turned from Lebanon much im proved in health after a months treatment in Dr R C McChord ihfirmary Mrs J y Bush who went to Louisville lust VVednkscJay to theNorton Infirmary for treat ment is doing nicely and will be home in two weeks Messrs TS ess Conrad II Hertieip McChord and others will go to Louisville Fri day to take the fcCDttish Riglt dereeinMasonryhr Rice McElrr y and Mrs D W Brown who have visited relatives here left Wed nesday to visit the WakefieH relations in Nelson county Mesdames Frank Martin Hugh Noe Lizzie Durrett Ida Ularksonl Misses Maty Brown and Francis Martin attended Presbytfrjy at Pleasant Grove Wed n esc ay- R nr Miles Saunderp of Retch el is attenclihg the Presbyte y at PlensBnt Grove and visiting old non s From here he will go to the mountains to spend thej Spring and Summer in mission wojk Lillian Anderson of D nvitle is visiting relatiyes here and incidentally repairing som3 gaps in her of the CJstrio to Europe contest lDadebyMjsEva Bailey and Miss EJughes Lieut W O Reed arrived here from Fort Yellowstone Wyoming Sunday nibt to visit his father Thomas W wfpis critical y ill Li ut says he left Wyom ing the snow was eight feet deep on the ground Mr Lloyd Clarkson is not improving as was anticipated aud hoped The cat was remov J from his wounded leg Tuesday tttt tt r r MILLINERY OPENING ii- I I Saturday April 7ft 1 1 JJIIf Grand Display JI 5 the most attractive ofHats in all styles dress = street tailored hats and jaunty readytowears that we ever shown Wewant you to see them SATURDAY i KNOT MILLINERY CO JI If JI Upstairs in Peoples Bank JI If r tttttt spentla are son Ida Clarkson City bis John yisited aunt Huitonyille week Crow Mack his sister Mudd after May Chas Miss fence Reed Reed when and an examination was made by the doctors who found it necessary to reset the bones The operation was performed by Drs Kelly of Lebanov and Lampton and Mudd of this place Mr Clarkson stood the ordeal as well as could be expected It is probable that the the X Ray will be employed us it is thought possible that the bullettis still in hisiiinb- Commissioners Sale Fannie Keeling Puff vsSSilas Burkhead etc Dft By virtue of a Judgment and order ofF sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1905 and resale ordered at the February term 1900 in the above style cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfielji Ky on MOtiDrAY APRIJJ 23 1906 at 2oclockpmorthereaboutbeing county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit six months the following described property towit A certain tract of land In Washington county Ky and bounded as lot lows Beginning at a stone corner to John C Dean in George Royaltys line thence dqwn the branch tq a stone thence a Southernly course to a fallen Beech thence with Martins line to road thence with the road toio stone corner to Royalty thence with his line4 to the beginning containing 10 acres more or less For the purchase price the chaser or purchasers must purf bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and haying the q force and effect of Judgment Bid ders will be required to comply promptly with these terms- MGLEACHMAN MCWiCC j SIm Dr Weavev Trent lt11tlIta the lood Oerate Hal KfneruUOM FOR 1 Pure Drugs IIand Medicine of all kinds cot- fI 1t I The Rd Cross Drug SiQr 1 SMOCK HAYDON Proprietors 1 f 1 Also headquarters for Paints Oils Varhisfes 6 OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT IS ccsw crQiOOOOOOi8 J A Magnificent g Showing J Ladies White Waist and Muslin Underwear i We have justre ceived our Spring stock of lhineg horn the East You can depend oji the make awl r is none better than theEaglt Brand of Underwear and Waists Th se two items are made by tfce same factory aid they are all they make nothing but Waists and Un derwear and they are put together right and please Jf4memhar the p ices are attractive Q t 0 ig NEW KIMONAS WRAPPERS AND DRESSING SACKS Q 10 We are snowing the new Spring ModieUinW x Band Flexibone Corsets These two brand ofyi x Corsets have no superb We haye them for me dium slender or stout figure extra sizes Ask jto see the new styles Just received a nice assortment of ladies Spring suitm Call andlet us show you g ROBERTSONBRO z OOOo oo ooooOOcxOOOOGO I The first National Bank 8SPRINGFIELD KY S Gapilal 50OOO It I Surplus and Undivided Profits 25QOO 1 S OFPICERS B L Litsey President John W Lewis VIcePresidetS McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier R E 8A Foster BookKeeper t I DIRECTORSB I Littfley X W Lewis Sidney Green F M Cawp bcIlR H Edeleri HVM Grundy JoHn Q Polin rn i We grant every favor consistent with safe banking respectfully solicited Yrt11nessOOooOOOOOOOO ooOOOOooOo L t c444r- tMARKS c GREEN 4pc i The bid Reliable Manufacturers i and Dealers in all Kiids of I v LUMBER rATHS 3mNqLE i SASH DOORS JBLlSBij i A ffWe handle the celebrated v J Miied Cahnel Coed Can1bBetS4 J We are sole for ACME CLIENT P MiTER The Best pnE rth11 PricesRiht Office and Yards J ccUr ardRa9road Streels Sprinfftekt KySb4aww ww f yv v L 1 X Wfc JoaN SBCK WCILEOYG IiT Mtroy Wharton f AgentsiLift and Tornado I lnici f LandJ Sold or ColiIISi Office Peoples Bank ija I Xrillir Want your mOUItEhCOr beard beautiful brownor richblack Use k of g these shape There ig and agents i Fire oVer phne K 4 of your bl Ifor 80 years f BUCK1HAMS D- YEjjjjjjjjjjjjj 4 T STORIES T rUtt Kicked foe after the civil war a efrQf opr ships tooL the the- n1atntb Secretary of the Navy Gus tavus V Fox to Europe to cultivate in ternational friendship writes n corre spondent of the New York Times White In Copenhagen the late King Cbrtetlan Invited Mr Fox and the prlu cpJI oilcers of his fleet to dine Too ct Mh wig incident of the visit was re lated to me by the late Rear Admiral AtexaWer Murray who wns then in command of the monitor Augusta rom uiy seat at dinner I looked out e tbe pleasant lawn tvuere the band rs itatisoed After the principal bus iwjss of the dinner was over at the in J TJTE BAJOaCABTEB OAJIE IN SIGHT Titatlon of King Christian the glasses were filled and all the table being at attention his majesty arose and with dueformality proposed The president of the United States Glasses were raised but the king paused glared over his shoulder and abruptly left the dining hall The guests upon Invitation of an aid reseated themselves 9n a few minutes I saw the bandmaster come hurriedly into sight fol lowed by the king who kicked him across my field of view Shortly after the king returned to the dining hall tosisCfcleJIyace at the head of the table amd tfe guests having risen again pro de The president of the United Jtafe3 Ashe raised his glass the baud struck up The Star er With a satisfied majesty emptied his glass spnngledj Booth Rose IAoever played in his support made her debut with Charlotte Cushinans company Amy Lee Mrs Watkins daugh f tert according to the Saturday Evening Icst tells this story of her mothers first appearance f think the play was Jane Shore Xj mother was obliged to rush upon the stage and at the sight of Miss Cushman start back with a cry of ter Pot On the first night she was so overcome with stage fright that she couldnt utter a sound The scene was Jt failure But contrnry to her ek jetatlon she was not dismissed rTfouwlll do all right tomorrow fat t nose said the star hen on the following evening her made her entrance Miss Cush j mnn caught her by the wrist and jab 4 fKed a hatpin clear through her arm Naturally very naturally mother let out a bloodcurdling shriek The scene was a tremendous success Very good commented Miss Gush man after the curtain calls Now you are in a fair way to become a great actress WASHINGTON LETTER t Special Correspondence ITLe president wns waited upon the Ur Cay by Representative Maynard ofi Virginia and Henry St G Tucker r 4j resident of the Jamestown exposition Oliey told him of the status of the ex position and of their hope that congress 4i woUld see fit to give them what had been asked for We appeared before the committee oil Industrial aria and expositions of 4The house recently said Mr Tucker- S we were given n most cordial hearing I InU before the committee pome of the facts In our plan to Have f1000000 two dollar silver pieces coined forthe exposition I assured tbe corn jaittee that It was not our desire that tkte money should cost the government a jMngle cent We estimate that the SIlver to coin 1000000 two dollar sliver pieces and the cost of the work gener ally would be about 1200000 We are perfectly willing to pay this to the gov firHmcut receiving the Profit bf 800 f WWybr whatever the coins Would bring This would be an enormous help to lie jwd would Insure the complete sue cess of the exposition Outside of this the government is asked for appropria tioeg er bTilldlngs mid exhibits of its jjsrtftrfor the erection of suitable piers ftor the navies of the world that are t- ok1rt In the grand naval demon fon and for other things but not a Kof the amount asked forgoes to p the expaaltioui fWsk1a4 For LlliIatIaouce Ke er j At the reiipejt oru ItgatiUIt of- Axaiidrha pea Ic theiprclde1t declJ a that he woclJ Clre lffic ligMhouHe BTlrc to make Mrs Margaret Grceii Qoa keener of lUejglithout at Jones Olut uctr Aicxfludrht Mrs Green odds husband was the faithful keep of tlig lighthouse for forty years He recently For years before he tiled w rU was really performed by Mrs- 61Ceuwod who understands every feature of the duty The lighthouse of ficials however were about to put In n iMau When the facts were laid be ftr Oe president he laimedlately an GreenwooddStifcUUty to hold the place I I CelebrationI 1lans t OIiItwatomlelCnn In August 1 Gla KUM9 they call It thebatJile of AugTb7h Uf r cak than any time in KanJUe40 invite him to be presant on the loa but Ibe president was corn to decline wM ilfGeJtl I Alaska recentIpttol aj WashingtonJM ul1 1I11esUrQadv p ivreonif and Joslln made the V xSisikfSo Valaw JuI tbs 1MJU nf 77TETtr lmn H4ir s over tan lei pn sleds They Say that the ivas the coldest In many years mnteI Mr Parsons snYIJ tha tneoutput of gold from the gold fields 4round banks during the presenttYeilr between 12000000 and Fn1rjjj The export of gold last year to 7000000 newer Per the SabBrb The diLlelon of public buildings and groundsel the war department of which jol nel Charles So Bromwell is the hend has decided to plant flower beds In certain parkings and vacant tracts belonging to the government in the suburbs Heretofore the iaivlsjon of public buildings and grounds has attended to the annual Improvement and planting of flower beds In the parsand grounds within the city proper but as a result largely of petitions from suburban res Idents and also of the fact that the di vision Is ntpresent1n a position to cx theI2COOCOO plants in addition to the res ular stock it has been definitely decid ed to give some attention to the sub orbs Extenshe GreenbOases JThe gardens and greenhouses ofthe division are so wf stocked that there is nlwnys an exes ot flowers After supplying the White House with enor mous quantities oC flowers there are still e tire greenhouses filled wIth lilies of the valley azaleas etc awaiting the iext great official function Colonel Bromwell will hive nn enor mous flower bed iin the middle of the newly reclaimed Potomac flats Borders of flowering and ornaniental plants will also be planted extensively on the flats The honeysuckle plants for the em ankmentor the npproachto the new Highway bridge are to be planted as soon us the weather will permit President flas 3Tetr honor President Ito05evelthas had a new and unexpected honpr conferred upon him It Is the naming of a new Varlet of Indian gpurtl the Boosevelt gourd A specimen of this fragrant vegetable was given to him a few days ago and the president expressed the same pleasure at r ecelvlng Jt as If It had been of much greater Intrinsic value The presentation was made by llev H H Lobkablil of Baltimore whose father Alfred Lookablll of Crawfordsvll e Ind Is the greatest gourd raiser In the world The elder Lookablll desired the president to Lave the first specimen of this new variety produced by him The gourd Is known as the sugar bowl variety by reason of tile fact that It Is about the same shape and size as a sugar bowl It has four nrullike projections upon which spoons can be hung The present was to say the least vn novelty Pie grower of gourds has produced nqre varieties than ever known and makes a business of experimenting In that direction ICARLN SCpOFIELD OYSTER rav Cm Tell lt1ty the tinea om the Hluse of the Slifcll In some ways an oyster is smarter than the man who eats him but In one respect the constimer ho his victim beater In the matter 6C wisdom The oonsuraer has learned the art of making ip to conceal his age the oyster has not Any one whci wishes to do so can find out just hOw old an oyster is The lines In thq groove of hinge of the shell tell the whole theI ry Thes lines are a true Index to the number or layers omposlug the shell being in fact nothing else than their attenuated tails One of these layers grows each year and no matter how hard tile sensitive oyster nay try to keep It from showing it Is bound to overlap its predecessor and leave ridge which no doubt is just as aInoylng to the oyster tribe as an nual wrinkle would be to the to the time of an oysters matu rlty these layers are arranged with reg ularlty but after that thy fairly pile over cachiothcr just as if the little uponeachhave time to spread out one new plate before another was rhbt at his heels An oyster comes of age when he Is four years old Coming of age in the oyster kingdom means that he Is old- enough to take care of u family and- go to market Going to market Is a Iallyold oyster Is particularly palatable and people do not hesitate to pay a pretty good price for a pint or a quart of him By this It must not be Inferred that after nn oyster has passed the four layer period and has five ten or even a dozen wrinkles on his shell he is a back number and fit for nothing but to keep on accumulating wrinkles until be dies of old age In deed there are records of oysters be lug eaten just after celebrating their thirtieth birthday and in most cases they formed quite a delicious meal This Is an unusual age for an oyster to attain because few of them are giv en an opportunity to live so long It left to enjoy life In bis own quiet wayS It is quite probable that the oyster would live to become an octogenarian or even a centenarian New York Press CONSUMPTIONS WARNING InsIde facts soon become evident in ontsidc ptomsDa C C GR IISJThe aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can be readily noted by anyone of average intelligence knownthatgiveslOmany consumption and no serious disease that can be w quickly reached and checked if thenaicine used is Dr Boschees German Syrup which is made to cure consumption tIt is in the early stages that German Syrup showld be taken when warnings qwtthethe gradual weakening of the lungs ac compassed by frequent expectoration 4But no matter how deepseated your cough even if dread consumption has already attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble ti1u7CSold by C J Haydqn wSSsJwee HEW LAIII J i FACTS IN FEW LINES The highest structure in the world Is the Eiffel tpwer In Paris nearly j 1000 feet In height A business in Australia Is that of lending engagement rings and vedj ulng trousseaux t I t The entire collection of the diplomat- Ic letters of Pope Plus VII has been stolen frtin the achlv s of the Vatican For the saving of woiild be suicides tbe municipality of Rome has decided to employ police motor boats on the Tiber Europe bas a population of about 393000000 or about onefourth of that of the whole world Belgium has the densest population A French explorer has found In the Interior of Borneo a singular and grew some wedding gift It was the skull of a NegrtoPapou carved by the Dynks It Is said that the tdwn of Palta in Peru has not had a drop of rain In thirteen years The common Joke about Palta Is that people never die there They simply get tired out LucchenI the assassin of Empress Elizabeth of Austria according to tile Paris Matin ila giving his Jailers a great deal of trouble He Is either Ini s4ne or pretemls to be and has made several attempts to kill his guards London barbershops now provide ac commodations for and welcome vthe many men who prefer to shave them selves among other things keeping their shaving utensils In order They also teach the Inexperienced who want to learn bow to sheave themselves prop erly London is undoubtedly leading the world In the matter of womens clubs Twentyone years ago there was not a single Institution of the kind now there are thirty with a total member ship of over 20000 There are also several mixed clubs of which the wo men members number about 1000 In China an odd way of taking the census prevails The cities and towns are arranged in groups pf ten houses TIm oldest man in each group visits the nine houses which with his own make up the group counts the members of every family and sends his report to the Imperial census bureau A Jurydn Lindsey Lincolnshire Eng land after being out some time on a case of alleged false pretenses returned to court and said We cant bring him In guilty and dont like to say he is not guilty They were sent back and in fifteen minutes reached this ver diet We find bjm guilty but riot with Intent The grlsoner was die charged When J Hennlker Heaton M P de dined to accept the honor or knight hood recently on the retirement of the Balfour cabinet he declined for the third time The title was offered him in recognition of his services In carry- Ing the imperial penny postage scheme In 1898 and Introducing telegraphic money orders in the United Kingdom and the parcel post in France A Lubec Me genius has made a violin from material taken from the cabin floors of the old frigate Minnesota which was towed to Eastport nUll burned In 1902 The Instrument Is said to have a very fair tone and the workmanship is good considering that It was all accomplished with the aid of a pocketknife and onother with a curved blade school department of Gardiner IThe has got d conscience fund Su Turner received a letter Inclosing 125 from a woman who says that years ago as a little girl she made collection In the schools of the city for some purpose TIer temptation came in the form of a yearning for candy and she embezzled the above amount from the funds in her hands the efforts of Admiral Mc IThrough tablet has been placed occupied by the chaplain at Mare Island navy yard announcing that the house was occupied by Farm jut 185458 while he was the first commandant of the yard A newspaper man who entered a telegraph station In a small Maine ham let the other day presented n dispatch to be sent to his paper He was somewhat taken aback when asked by the operator if he wished It to go that day When he was able he explained sarcastically that he wanted It to go by freight along next week Thats why I came to a telegraph office he said 1Mrs Ellen It Weston or Springfield Vt a dance card which was used la 1814 The back is painted to resem ble the ten of diamonds The face reads as follows Social Ball The company of Miss Betsey Parker is respectfully solicited at the assembling room of J Parker of Rockl ham on the Otb of December next at 2 oclock p m J Boynfon H Albee J Walker J Parker managers Dee 17th 1814 The father of CampbellBannermau the new prime minister of England laid the foundation of his fortune in Glasgow by abolishing in his place of business the system then known as prlgglngi To prig was to bargain and bent down the price of goods Mr Campbell star ted marking all his goods In plain figures from which his salesmen were allowed to make no reduction His success was immediate and great He ro4to be lord provost of Glasgow and was knighted by Victoria The German admiralty has resolved upon furnishing ships of war with means for recognizing each others identity at distances too great for reed Ing the name of the vessel This is to be effected by the use of rings or bands on the chimney stack differing In numb r and color The colors used will be black white red and yellow Accord ting to several liberal German Journals the ships ot thpj opposing squadrons frequently mistook a friend for an enemy during the recent maneuvers owing to the absence of any means of Indeuti- flcatioii Slope For the Indian There ice fair prospect that the In dlan will keep his place in the proces sion The Carlisle schools football players have recently beaten West Point and they have often defeated bnHIteam of full Indian girls front the Fort Shaw Mont reservation school have In playing that game tak en a long string of feminine scalps from the girls of white universities in the west The educated red man Is Ills playing a camaraderie fluId an adapta bility to the new conditions which promise success to him in civilizations struggle One or more of them will represent their end of the coming state of Oklahoma In congress This Is right He Is to the manner born The real F F As are the Indians Some of them In the coming time will sit in Roosevelts chalrC M Harvey In At ianticSBff American Cities The Greater Plttsburg bill has been BignedTby the governor In a shape that Is probably constitution proof and will makePtttsburg and Allegheny one of 9 S4Ii Urtf Cttteg te g = zy t TBDOt Lent toe union by beJ separate vote but Ilf her people have any sense of hard ship In thb they failed to make it known Allegheny politicians are reI duced In relative importance by merger and that Is why sonic of thett so steadfastly ought it The union otI tbe two cities Is natural and logical There are two othercities in the Union larger than Philadelphia but no other state than Pennsylvania has so large a WillibeWhat Is regarded as tile greatest of all illustrated books has just been corn pleted Only lOOtoples have been print ed which have r een sent to American and foreign museums to the kaiser the czar the mikado the emperor of Chi ua Queen WHuelralmi and the Prince of Wimles The book is a catalogue of 1IJcqnehtheum It contains 150 full pug water UthoIgrnphsThe text was contributed by thirty writers renowned in scientific mill art circles and the illustrations are by Japanese and Chinese artists The book cost 100000 to produce A Rojrnl Prinoner For yearsthe sultan has not been outside of the palace grounds at YIII dix except when he attends public prayers at a mosque built just outside the palace gates Even then he Is oI guarded and hemmed in by soldiers that not oi a spectator can get within rods of Iilia The palace Is n fortress In Itself Vast barrackssurround it and surround a park into vhich no stranger may enter while oT Dolonhi Baghtche oil the Bosporus two periaUyachts He always at anchor one of whltli has steam up day and night Spies patroll the city lurk In the public tlmliesruin To Damn Lake Erie It Is proposed to build a darn at the foot of Lake Eric In order to supply a wore constant volume of water for Niagara falls Such a darn would be of great benefit to time iectrcpover plants about thefalls andan important alil to commerce moving between the four5 upper lakes and the St I iwrence river fit run ic The best spellers are often puzzled by the combination of the letter el or le They Isbto write a word In which the combination occurs and they cannot remember whether the e or the coines ilrst But there Is a very simple rule that may be relied upon to remove all doubtt El should follow Jue consonants c anti s as In receive seize etc and le should fol low all other consonants as In thief belief etc There are twO exceptions however that should be borne In miucS the words sieve and siege CHOICE MISCELLANY GOld the EnrUi Gets flack Gold reverts to tilt earth In many ways Treasure troves are Lplng un earthed constantly especially In for eign countries and In romantic coun tries such as Mexico the Indies and South America where passions and riches run like the tides high and low Isnt it natural that a lovelorn Mexi can should bury his treasure rather than think his rival might get it treasures have been Inirled In the desert and u lone rider at dead of night might be seen In the old days digging up the gold he needed from time to time The secret was his amid his alone If he should chance to moot death suddenly secrett tiled with IdOl The excavations that are being muncie In Greece and Egypt show gold ti limited ornaments Jewelry und pre lions stones that have mum for centu ries beneath cities whose struggle for gold has1 contrasted strangely with fheI calni wealth lying just below them These treasure troves which come toI the surface every year probably rep resent burn small part of that which shinIpounds tqtininion Coo kl lip Notes A teaspoonful of lemon Juice to a quart of water will make rice very white and keep the grains separate when boiledSWhen maklnjr a steamed or- boiu AH Run Down mHIS is a common e prep sion we hear on every side Unless there isI some organic trouble the con dition can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with all kinds of advertisedremedies get his opinion Morelhan likely you need a concentrated Fat food to enrich your blood and tone up tnesystem Scotts Emulsion Cod Liver Oil I IOr is just such a food in its best form It will buildup the weakened and wasted body when all other foods fail ttq nourish you are run down or emaciated give it a trial it cannot hurt you It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale anaemic girls ttWe will send you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label It on Jbe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Purl Street New York u LALi15tWi SourdStomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings fend catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new dlscov cry represents the natural Juices off digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic andreconstructive properties Kodol Dys pepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S mIl RaTenasreod W Vs AS was troubled with sour stomach for twentyyears Kodol cured ma and we are now using it milk for baby Ko4ol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 3100 Size holdInr2K times the trial size which sells for 50 cents Prepared by E DeWITT CO CHICAGO ijuaurug1 put n piait m me ciom ac tue top to allow for the pudding to swell A bit of codfish added to salsify or vegetable oyster gives that delicate vegetable a ihivor that heightens the resemblance to the bivalve WOMAN AND FASHION In Shirt Waist Style The dross made in shirt waist style Is one of time most important that the wardrobe contains nUll especially so during the spring and tlw summer Here is a model thdt Isadaptable td al most every suitable material that Is simple In time extreme at the same time HANDSOME COSTUME that It Is smart dud altogether to be desired In the illustration It Is made ot the new listen poplin and Is soft gray lir color but while time poplin Is new and attractive there are a great ninny other linen fabrics which fire much to be desired and also a long list of cotton ones while for immediate wear and for the between seasons time nothing is better thhncashmere Henri etta veiling or taffeta The waist is tucked after a jiiost becoming manner and includes sleeves of the latest sort that arc finished with novel tucked culTs The skirt Is nine gored and laid in backward turning plaits that are stitched tInt at their upper portions anti f flarebecomingly below their stltchiugs Scarf In Vogue Fashion time scarf habit Never were so many beautiful filmy scarfs seen Prettiest of nil are the printed chiffon affairs Roses violets and soft tinted llowers like hydrangeas are the favorites and with them are mingled pompadour loops mind ends of ribbon printed in pale tints Spangled scarfs ire also much In evidence The vogue of gold and silver tinsel extends to these decorative pieces and Syrian scarfs thickly sewn with gold and sll Tcr bends and sequins are the most popular of the collection lace popular Tli rairor narrow valcnclcnnes lace line filled up time summer dresses and bubbled pver on th hunts and par asols Wide nilllcs of chiffon nUll lace will not be seen on parasols this year Instead they will be trliiimel with row after row of val gathered on to form frothy looking bands As on the waists embroidery may be added This is ajsafe bit of fancy work to In dulge In between now and summer r Shirt Waists The plain shirt waist of the spring has gone back to tnllor made simplic Ito New models In linen and flannel are cut wide on the shoulders and made wiy Inverted plaits pcrhapslield by buttons Such n shirt bMplnln legomutton sleeves and Is worn with a high stock and n white linen collar Mimic Coot and Skirt The Jacket wilt has Vomo to be an accepted costume for girls from twelve to sixteen as It Is for their cluers and some very charming and attractive models are shown This neis quite sulliclcutljf simple to be really girlIsh w JACKET tIt in effect while it Is absolutely smart and suits almost every seasonable ma terial In the Illustration lg made of ruby red chiffon brmtdcloth with trimming of banding but with the coming spring such lighter colors as blue In Its varying shades green gray and the lovely tail and champagne shades uia3 be looked fpf while again there are mixtures galore that are per maps a bt more youthful than the plain iloth J T5SCOL JOHN II- t tt iDark bay 153hands fine style speed ani action Three years oTd This colt jja son of thf gmeat Onward Silver formerly owned by J L Druiett of Bardstown and winner of the Transylvanial stakes attXexington and rJtwith a record of a mlle in205 and twjo miles in 428 Onward Silver was sold for 2l 000 and was taken to Italy C Onward Silver is a son of Onward I411j record 225U and the sire of nine performer with records of from 205w ti iriouttjt Hundleysfirst t ifVictorial Second darn Nelly Anderson dam df Worry 228 by Gills Vermont sire of Conner Boy 22 and dam4 of 13 ia t230 or better also sire of the dam of ambetta Wilkes 219jiirevof Eyelet 206 Guinette i264j Ixttie LorW 205J aud sevenryfive others better than 230 l f J i rcThird dam Miss Anderson by Garr4rd Chief j to 1 iS kAo7i COL THN Iwill make the present sfeasbn atS t v I 15 to Insure a Liviiig Colt d I Will also stand at thes uhplace my fine stallion BJLAQK BIRD att 8 to Insure a tl Colt to Stand and Suck HaVe also two fine Jacks whIchWIll stand at 8 to Insure aI Living Colt V ii Parties having maies to breed are invited to call at my5 tables one mile southwest Springfield on the Springfield and St Marys pike and see my Stock Care will be taken to avoid accidents but moneyduei Bylvester Smith II To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TaYets SeveR Mo bciea sOW ill pMt1211tOt1tM ThiI signatme e CIe J4J I v Reduced l 9 i i S v t It will pay youtot Phone A me at tbe depot if you Have hauling to d9Try and see A 1 Old RUbe r i is not ready to retire from A business 2 J L Allen C If s- V PHONE 22 jj e rcr ce IHWES g 1 Otn GLSSE Something New and entirely dfferfLt ftfm tb old style Made in regular reading glasses and in near sightedi lassescombineCl1Cost uperior in every way We Guarantee them and will promptly refund money if they failto give perfec satisfaction If you have any eye trouble write us mentioning his paperand well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that wilt relieve your- rouble if its not incur bIe- rJr JJ Howe Co Opticians LiOiiisvHIe Ky J CHARLIES Draft horse iron grey 16 t hands high weighing about 1230 pounds will ma I season at my place one mile from Valley Hill on the Springfield nd Bloomfield pike at 10 To IInsure a Living Colt Money is duewhen colt is foaled mare parted with or bred elsewhere Lien retained on all cols to secure payment of ser vice fee SAM G TUCKER R F D Nol Spihgfield Ky Trees Plants Vines For the spring of 1906 the BlueGrass Nuraeries at Lexington Ky offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees Evergreens Shrubs Sttaw berries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus etc We employ no Agents Stiawberry and General Cata logues on applcation to H F H1LLENMEYER SONS 60 YEARSI I PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNSl l Anyone nmMng a ketch and treeCoLber aninicklr Mcerulu our opinion lnunUou II probably pntentable laniVtrletlyeonndeiitrnl HANDIM on Patents iota free Ollett fmertarffeattttttfMMU Intenu taken tbroucb ilinn 0 ped4i notice wII00tCbII5O In the ScKiiUfic flmcncnn largest cirhendomel7IUfltl1WeektTJournal Terns 3 acnlUtln tit sny year our month II Soidbyall nswsdeaier- LMUNN CoY New York- Brcfc ItWaIastOa N wsb 1fiba zJ T E1EiSFHEg aa EaGERMAN COACH HORSE I t4 IADCOD S f V av rdJWill make the present season at the firof J R M and G L Wharton one anda half miles north ofif Springfield at 1 i 20 To Insure a Living Colt Mt imported German Coach Horse m fcj registere lin Germany and in this country He has been brdught to Washington county at a great yj pense by a party of gentlemen who seek to exmm the character of the horse tok by introducing l l f heavier type horse iis 16 14 hands highand weigh mmThis acion He is perfect in form and style and td m The usual rules and terms for stallions apply 1tWASHINGTON COUNTY BREEDERS ASSOCIATION = la rLII 1IUBIlJ Clubbing List for 1906r We offer below an attractive clubbing list which includes nearly all the city papers and leading magazines All new cahr subscribers and all who pay up and renew wilt be given t eNEwsJl the papers below for one year Post daily3 V t UltUltDERandanYO Journaf daily 6 40 daly H 5 OQV Herald dailyyj L CourerJournal weekly M 5O l Louisville Herald weekly l 25 t j Home and Farm y p ojI2 Farmers Home Journal l fviP tstt Cincinnati Commercial Tribune 14r Cincinnati Enquirer f qj Country Gentleman 1 t 00 Breeders GazetteOi Interstate Boultryman 1 30- qtho Farmerl1ndepe- nden X i ti 5Q TheCommonei5s 6Qr 1 Bt Lous Globe Democrat 16 75g kT 1ThWomans Home Companion J QQ t1clures Magazine I fr 75 JIt42i Harper sMajiazine H Harps weekly 4 2 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