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V v t1- I I57ALILEL1 JN893w i J II JMEW SERES VOL XIII NO 5t WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 19 1906 100 PER YEAR rjj h 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE ATENTS TMADC Uiws Anass S ikeh = eaptlon nay mleklr aeerUlH our treewhctber an Invei is probably patent1 te Coromnnldi tIiii IfflCLl7coiifldenhla 4ANOO on Patenta- lent free uideat agency fnrocartngpateflLs- atetiti taken tliroucli rCO recelre tprcinl notice wlthont cbarca Stietffic flttKrkafc handsomely IThwtnrfed weekly Jjirjrest c r culaUon of tiny cintlCc Journal Terms a rent Tnar iBontln L Sold by all newsdeal- erHRHN ItowYork faec 01Iee Y tWloliltBtoa D C OUR BERING LD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south east of Icxinj ton 59 mites front Louisville on Bardstown branch ol Louisville and Nashville railroad in i farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumberyards Pop tation 1100 populationrof county 15000- Representative in Congress Hon D H Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legislature Hon W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon KY County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Mcjiday in February May tpd Oct- ow IH Thurman Judge R L Durham Commonwealth At toraeyJ5 Campbell Clerk itG Leachmau Master Comn2tss oaer te QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on thethird iondayirieaca month B lit Litsey Judge- COUNTYCOURl- Cpttnty Curt meetsl oa the fourth Monday in ech mouth vB L4 Litsey Judge i Wl F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney eoGeorgeeaUett Jailer Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Sam ABfletBon H B Powell 1IeJbert Edleman Deputies Ed Masters l James F Moore County Surveyor T P OfBryan Assessor mT Mitchell Deputy Koberto Treasurer J M Montgomery CorOner Jt W Bush suptor Common Sohools P O Sprlnsfleld CITY COURT James R NoevPolice Judge John Grace Marshal f wi Grigsby City Attorney t 11USTI COURT Jntice Courtsare held in January April July and October iGhurah Directory METHODIST CHURCH ser1viTin each month at 11 a m and 730 pm Sunday School every Sunday atlOam piayer meting every Wednesday aight THOLICCHURCH L Rev P F BeineSa J Pastor 5c- rYs every Sunday at and lOoclock aim Q ervices at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev W T Walden Pastor F IAJ j every Sunday L2RESBYTERIAN CHURCH TBcV T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sudday school every nnday at 10 am Prayer meetln every Thursday evening at ioclock BAPTIST CHURCH VRcvlVm Harrison WUliams Pa it Preaching every Sunday at 1 am and 746 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 amfPrayer meeting very Tuesday evening at 745 oclock t Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfleid lodge No SO meets first and third Mouday tt each month y 8hinjfton R A Chapter Nc 57 eetsevety second Tuesday SprlnVfield Council o52 meets oh very tourthlMondayv KNIGHTS of TH MACAffEES Meet t H U t IA icltno FOLEYSII- ONEYMDTAR PrtviptsSMlfii FrssuaCiId- 1Remember the name Nl yfs NtMfjr aid Tar Insist itpoii having the genuine TUfM sz 21c Mo sieo f 1t- rJ m w h1oNe fcjL tale blEed CflfDtug Store- i f I I w 7wr s i1ft zEWSLADEJr C iJ j ii t t SPRINGFIELD t r DIRECTORY 8 J Uow s os a i 6 5Jft 1i Wiie fi3 i a t IIJ1OUND OfT1LKI t titian nnin nlUuuuuuUUUUU W M ith When The Mocking Bird Is Singingi ItI i Sweetly neatlrthe summer moon And the breezes Softly bringing Odors of the balmy June Then I dream away the hours For a love I know must be Somewhere hidden iin the flbwers And is waiting eemer Shyly waiting inhe flpwersj Alliojr me tWith the thrill dJf mystic powers Yet t beI I I can feel her haiinting nearnesS In the nestle ofthe boughs And I frame softword of dearness Mingled with eternal vows But J hear her footsteps flying Thro the shade ws as I pass And Ipause with only ighing To the daises iin the grass = And the daises hejar iny sighing As fait And they know ttyat I am crying Form mate Z HE LID I44ONTfle lid is on in Springfield The new fifthclass city council has take charge mid the new town law which hare jjust gone iuto effect are to be rigidly enforced h a QT1Cfs ar quite vblumincus and cover every department relating to the government of a city of the fifth class The laws relating to the public peace and order If enforced strictly will certainly make of Springfield a model town Severe penalties are provided for violatjons of any of thdt laws Uven Jbe small boy reIeives attention and lie is warned to look a little outas the follow ing section provides It reads Any person who shall fly a kite j throwp ball pjay at foot balla base baIJor engage in snow balling plowing herns hallooing or other gameron any street shall be fined not less than one nor more than fijve dollars Sp ye small boy when he feels an inclination to blow his horn or tI fly his kite must hIe to the country The merphant or other persons forbidden to bbstruct the ide walks l1y the following sectionuAny person who shall obstruct any street of sidewalk with boxes barrels wood coal t or other material shall be fined two dollars for jiverjy Six hours the same shall remain on the street after notice from the Marshal to retrieve the sa i meIcjizeris are lIDlIDwintertime by Sec the fol 185 All owners of jiroperty fronting on any pavement shall keep such pavement free from snow any such person who shal fail to remove the snow from the pavement fronting their proper ty within six hours after the snow ceases to fall shall be fined 5 for each offene and 1 for each hour while snow is permitted to remain after said six hours j ARD QN DOGS The mem Zhers of the new city council are evidently no dog f ncies They have putj a tax on dogs which win result almost in the depopulation of the town as to dogs The state law fixes a tax of a dollar a year on all dogs which is reasonable enough but the Springfield ity council must j come along ai4 gpone or two better and fixes a license tax of two dollars on mlle dogs andt three dollars on female dogs Thus the dog fanCIer must IIforlII worthyacti repealed the lat agninsthitching Qn the streets This hitching problem has caused no end of trouble in other towns as well as Springfield The country peo pIe who come town to do husi ess must ba dealt with care fully They will not stand any foolishness and it would be foul ish for the town people to do anything to Inconvenience or anger their country friends If the town authorities object to horses being bitched on the streets they ho ld provide a hitching lot forthem The coun ciI realized that a hornets nest was about to tje dislodged with the antlhitchins ordinance and very wisely repealed it so that nw our conntry frieuda may j drive in and hitch to the City I Hall door if they want tb and can find the City Hall 4 t it cpstssome ICOSTSBUf the government of a fifth class city with all Of iis frills Thesecond section in the long list of ordinances passed read as follows The members of said Council shall each be allowed for their ser vice as such Councilmen the sum of Two 200 for each regular meeting of tile Council which they shall attend There are six Councilmen which means accost to the taxpaj er of 12 for erch regular meeting of the Board The Council at its regu lar meeting last week passed an ordinance fixing the time of meetings on eVery second and fourth Friday nights in each month The statutes of Ken tucky however does not permit the members to draw pay except for regular meetings of the Council and states that regular meeting shall only be held once a moth t Is ifi a Science has proven that moon has an atmosphere 11 makes lil in some form on that satellite but nt for hu man beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours espncially those wup dont know that Electric Bitters cute Heaa ache Billiousness Malaria Chill and Fever Jaundice Dyspesia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Unequalled sa general Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for the aged It iinduces sound sleep Fully guaranteed by C J llaydon Price only 50c Danville and Scottsville R R Announcement was made last night by J Allen of Cincinnati that the building of the Danville and ticotsvill railroad a distance 01 100 miles is a certainty says the CourierJournal The announcement was also made that the work of tho surveying would begin next week The cost ofI 2500IpOOto ihe county seat of Allen county It is understood the company projecting the railroad has secured options or bought the mineral rights outright on land in Casey Adair and Cumber land counties The road will be built bv the Allen Mining Smelting and Refining Company of Atlanta Ga This company is now en gaged in mining in the mountain of Georgia JF Allen is gen eral manager lor tb3 company and is one of ths bestknown mining experts1in the United States Be was at the Gall House last night to meet J G Taylor formerly traffic manager of the Atchison Topeka andl Saniq Fe Railroad Cotvbo will haveJcharge of constructing the tile road nightfcapital and all they asked was tbe right cf way on which to build the road and that this had bee n given While the p3pple of For Thin PoorBlood Yoft can trust a medicine tested 60 years Sixty years of experience think of that Experience with Ayers Sarsaparilla the original Sarsa parilla j the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin bloofl weak nerves general debility But eren thli strand old medicine cannot do UI best work it the liter U inactive and the boweli constipated Yor the beat potttble D lull you tbnnld take laxative doses of Ayert Plus while taking the Sarsaparllla L ui- wdb OAier Co Lowefl Xaei 410 rntnuAoturera of lAIR ers AaU CURl ZI LIWe laTe no icoreti WC publish till fonaute crati oar mediolcei h4 2rr Stanford hayp been pulling for the roadto go there instead of Danville yetit is expected ibat ut will go to Danyille from the fact that it will connect then with the Queen Crescent and Southern railroads At Scotts yule the road will come In con tict with a feeder for the Ia N system A Ttonsand DoIlars Worlh of Uuud I haye been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for jeas passing gravel or tones with excru iating pain says A H Tiiurnes a well known coal operator ot Buffalo O II I got no relief from medicine until I be rin taking Foleys Kidney Cure tncn the result was surprlsiqg A few doses started the brickdust like sub stanccpnd nojv J have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man It has bone me 1000 worth of good Foleys KidneyCure will urJ eVery joam pf kidney or bladder diseases Sold by fhc Red Cross Drug Store STABBING AFFRAY Ed Britton Inflicts a Dnger ous Knife Wound on Osj car Sweeney at Mackville An unfortunate cutting affray occured atMackvilleHundavn- fteJnoon in Which Oscar Sween nn J in the left breast from a knife ir the hands of Ed Britton TOP two men are both well known citizens of Mackville and great regret is expressed over the af fair Mr Sweeneys wound is not regarded as fatal although he had a very narrow escape He was struck a ici us bow with the knife directly over tth heart and it is thougl t that th fact that Swe aney was wearing an over coat prevented th thrust from reaching a fata spot From all accounts it Seem that the affray arose over a ver trivial matter Sweanpy anr Brittoti with a crowd of otho men were at the post office qor ner on Sunday afternoon whet a discussion came up betw er the two men relative to rertaii horses which they each owned Each had made remarks abou horses owned by thejotber until finally4Svreeneyil is said mad a disparagng remark about th qualities ora certain horse th property of Britton At this thf- lllater became greatly enraged and immediately drew a knife and made a vicious lunge a Sweeney inflicting the wound SB described Bystanders mterfer fred and pIevented Britton from doing further harm Sweeney it is said was unarmec and unprepared for the suddei attack Oscar Sweeney is a popula young citizeu and his many friends trust that his wound may not prove serious Ho ono a few weeks ago was married U Miss ElmaLcachman daughter of Mrs Nannie L achmati ol the Pleisant Grove neighbor hood Mr Britton is a man ol about forty years of age and has a family He is known as a hood peaceable citizen but tick tempered and feailess He is a brother of the ex polite man William Britton who was a principal in the tragedy which occured on the strrts of Harrods burg last fall intwhich Hon Sam Black and Walter I Stotts were killed Britton was placed nu der bond for his appcaance cIiis trialhas not been set free Trip To Louisville The Retail MerchantsAssocia tion ofiJbuisville will refundin cash to one of town cusomers ohe cost of out round trip tick ets based on a one and one third fare on the following dates April 2nd to 14ih Nay 7th to 19th June 11th to 16th For particulars address J V Beckraann Manager Retail Merchants Association Urban Bldg Louisville Ky Eqqs hr Hatchliq- MrarR A Mclntire Spring field Ky R F D No 2 ha eggs from pure bred B P Rockfe and S C Buff Orpingtons for Sile it1 per 15 3 3m bulkIkinds at 0 W Hagans REPORT OF THE CONDITION IOrTHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK St IUNGFIELDv IKY OfKen1tucltvApril 6 1906 No 1767 ssI eESCCre ESLoans and DiscountsS231892 77 Overdrafts secured and un secured 550774 U S Bonds to secure cir culation 5000000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 500000 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 54C97 Due from State banks and bankers 5G07 Due from approved reserv ed agents 2040457 Notes of other National banks 263100 Fractional paper currency nlckles and eent8n 16017 LAWFUL MONEY KESHRVE IN DANK VIZ Specie n 88 1835 Legaltrnder notes 583000 1424835 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation w 250000 Total 33351236 LILIT = OIOOOOQSurplusUndivided profits less exL7rkJ51ljNational 50100000Dne22103DueHankers 389755 subjectto J4684629 Time certificates of deposit 3885334 Notes ind bills rediscounted 609217 Bills payable including cer tificates ot deposit for more borrowed OOQOOO Total e333S1236 OTATP or KENT ccKTcooxtr or UiOTOSS5 xl AC foElro Cashier of the above aainod bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best ofmy knowledge and belief A C McElroy Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before nib tins 12th Jay of April 1906 J A BOUXWARE Notary Public COUUSCT Attest JOHN W LEWIS sDirectorsUfY Old People The L vington Leader boasts That Mr J LLilhrd the veter tn maker cf fine saddles who elebrated his 80th birthday Monday m that city can jump lP and crack bfi heels together fwice befoe ali Lting This is ip King Mr James Crutchfield if this county who is 95 years jf age can do the same thing Be is a veteran of two wars and requetty drives to town in his two horse agoneIn his youn ger days Mr Cruchfield could ap his heels together three lines while in the air While alking about old people Mr MY x They are made to conform toevery possiblei require nient from narrow ltO exreme width and seven different i ptyej such as Freak Cliuel Stand Pat Lobster Hub Niftv Tramp i ANEW 4NT FULL LJNE OP GENES = FU1tNIWJNG i GOODS i isij his wife was Jast week given a quilt known as the fun pattern cut and made by her grand mother Mrs Ann Wolyertoii Mrs Wolvertbn is 89 year of age and this is the third quilt Ishe has made in the last year one each for her grandchildren The quilt is highly prized by Mrs Farnsworth and is a work rkabJyclever especially for one of her age Mrs Wolverton says she is done now and the younger generation4 must make their quilts Harj rodsburg Herald 1j Dont driur the utymacb tocorea couh One Minut Cough Cure cust the mucue draws the inflammation out of the throat lungsand bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick curefor croup and whopping cough Its conaUntlv increasing user oJitsHaydon OLD SPRINGFIELD tNews of the Town Twenty Eight Years Ago from The County Paper A copy of the Washington County Herald dated August 2fy l878 which has peen furnished us by Mrs Margaret Peterp contains some interesting items fftthat day concerning the to vn The 1eii1 waspublished by Mr WaJren q C1n7t1arI who was a brother of Mr An drew Cunnngham the well known marchant ot this place Among the local items we nQtice the following on the railroad question Query Is a railroad fromI Springfield to Lebanon among the possibilities o f the present age WillI theLouisville and Nashville compa riy take the thirty thousand dollars worth of iron that Wash mgpn county has at Lebanon and build the road Rhe routp from this point to Lebanon needs but little grading npa small amount of bridging The cost of construction would b comparatively small If that company desires another profit able feeder to the Knoxville branch here is a chance An order of the Washington Countv Court authorizing thej building of the new Circuit and County Clerks office is pub SPRING STYLES I For WellDressed Men oil It is a amfort and pleasure to i be well dressed I make it my bus Intss to cater ti the wants of i customers in that resptcL l myi ito call especialattention to Spring Styles of ibttelebattd Hawes H2it- ii Jj7 I FULL Y G UARAlfT EP EBF1VJERI o COME AND MAKE A S IEQ7 fIf x TION FROM STOCK tOF Jf lr ROSSETT SHOE5- and II ar l t Wihdy1e achin D r z MENS OUTFITT4Rt 44e 4 + t aSJ Baking Powder II- j Absolutely v 4L Pure f DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF J ir TARTAR BAKING POWDER 1 It does not contain an atorn of phos phatic acid which is the productpf bones digested in sulp uric tidof fah1Jlwhich is onethird sulphuric acidsub Wstances adopted for other baking powders because of their cheapness u J i 11 listied and Assfs Ri Mitchell Thompson W It Casey andW C McObohl are n med as Com missibners to see tb the erection of the new buildings Abou other town improve ments the Hjald saysccMain street is being improved to the rpat joy andl comfort of the people from the country who have to ride over iit A littie rrore tI that kind of improvement about Sfi make the place more attractive in ap pparance and decidedly more n viting to equestrians and pedes trians The sidewalks in front of some of the business houses are so wretchedly out of repair as to render it unsafe for ladies doing their shopping There are a few antiquities of that sort roundabout that ought to be done away with j Among the personal items are the following Mr and Mrs E L Davison have returned from Louisville Hon R J Brown has return ed from his recent visit to Illinois Mr and Mr Join W Lewis are home again from a visit to relatives in Greensburg Mrs JVM Robinson of Lou isvilje is visiting her sister Mrs Miles Sunders near Spring field Mr John S Cozine of Nelson county is Iv6itingi i his sisters Mrs Brown and Mrs Vance of this place Miss Annie Tale of Taylor county pada flying visit to Mrs R F McElroy of this county on last Saturday Mr HCLee of Hehderson is spending a few days recrea tion with friends and relations Springfield Henryis looking Well and se are glad to welcome him back to his q14hpiV- Iggs 1sA C Kimball has for sale White Wyandottes White Ply- gouthRock glCBonLeghorn eggs at 75 cents for 15 I 1 iKUIsboro Misses Jessie Nbel anti Mattie iCrjDok spent Sunday jpith the1 familyof Coroner ifrontgomeny 5 4 LM Clark and ftiipily isited elaiivcs near Tatham Saturday and Sunday The Rev Jack Sims will prejch1 here the fifth Sunday at iloclocki I- Thps W Suthf ran 1 and wife visitrtg1re1 j hfr6 l1d r n county thisiweelc ft R Whitehouss and L ICIJSutliefTardl of Anderson Cftunjy wore here Siltirday oil business Dr J L Cattfmacky a V6tyi nafysupgeonfiQtWardsyille has located here He will make hisa bolnelnln llr and Mrs J p Sutherlend We JwUh the doc tor unlJrnIt dtMis Pearli ickmsJlt leloI Mackville j mist popular yoJng laJiesi ViisitedjpheK irahdmotli v Mrs LuclScfir liKuvoy at Silis plate yhuridiyi J J W Settlw t ieof ouiedi- ng fariers is kuitti SIc1t th heutiI and pueuucibut- Di i Thmpoothiflkie iiiee- ttar at this writing rfet JlItHstays in Jtj tdjiflgtisip igettingup I rm L i r et tIet fandorf IJneVsfOinfI be llacking thii p 11 v yv 5j- fQnie a number from bert ktt tended the Easter service at the M ElI church ia tOwn Sun day and all were delighted with the excellent songs asfUtftift 4 the good sermon which wg ap propriate for the occasion t Gale Set ties bought a Som from COtton Sfttlcs of dow Hollow for 155 VS LetU S sold a ca 1 tGrel 12 J Tobacoplantsarereportesoi ba very scarce owingtotJw mi r dFebruaryil1oti i until late so that the paata w r killed or the seeds rotted iii the ground during the coId March No corn has been planted hee wil tbi ioCMayi got i on in condition for 11Utb1 t Uauds are awfullyacarc jica 1 f not be found at aoy lice io r Avery large flock of wikl geese were seen hare Mveril times last weelc flyiiig a11iJy about as if their leader was JaM or vkilled W6 suppose they were trying to make their way L f hack North j p A certain young man of this r yicinity was often heard to tellr t what he would do should lie ever sde a ghost and oftea ffcai t he expressed himself as aaxteca to meet with a Heavenly vorso on last Snndayni btwbitIwas quietly riding alOtfgI on bisi way home from seeing bis IteM girl and no doubt aMditaUag Oil the many seet thmgt Ib4I hiitold him when suidenly he wa confronted by it visitor from t1 i unseen world which gays kifQ 1II such a shock that be IorgokIpistol jerking his hid oat of his pocket so quick that be lost bis pocket change aod deptaiist H on the swiftness of hi bors to save his life Be tolclLiLaciM next day that it was an awfal i looking object and if W lirW a thousand years h wcwkl Ie vcr L again say anything about Koranxious to see a ghost and Lr after he would bid Jaic1Coft good by jjust as tbeHh goto down so he could get hoes bfore the ghost got out prowiirg about J iWe were glad to se Mistitoi arnontthe C N oJn1uli paper and as heir sfee aiiic case may bel always wnw uinteresting letterwe dO Mis why tbeydoottcQtM8eh week arid in this way tbii paper will bcom interetiag Thi letters we write tte wove will appear im the NewsLfcaiir r and apre widely it will a slwithan increi1Ig 4 mead Uno has joneiiea1a te siajr J nd ifr ma kH11j tluak ihod coon story tiiiwb iseb eclto see who Y igg8tj1I s who GMK write ibmmiAmr 3 ITr k L InsaesOs t IIMMC 1 ini M Parirs s Jtf f Ji1r OO pShD7 j t Js Vt Oily KyM tb Qirfjr oompaaj to t- jJjbetu7 elsJ opuiIngItm1ossesinfuil fr uyiiimnNvs Ud 1H 4 A 4 1L7W I ffll NEWSLEADER pntpyftUJNDA Y j 41yThADVANCE jt PRIrtGJFIELD KY T J A ft L DAVISON Jr I- eiLor bi Ut1O 10k aI bbcqentInPJ1XE CrittiM cMUt ti political matter jitr nJia tt I Job w fs 4orat4ew ratts bat cash ic U ne u i fCipi f f ArTrtUl ff eo trie 8 ctoineraie- ra Whilulti REd rIeIuttoisef r pec- ttprUah Aovx4az- 11stts 25C LJ1trLetI V iric 1rt THURSDAY APRIL 19 1906 We are authorized to announce f Robert Noe as a candidate for the office of Clerk of th ewJjinton girtuit Court Subject to the action of the Democratic party J f j Th 8Djteries of the Louis ville districto both the North era and Southern Presbyterian a church are in session in Jeffer sot county The Rev W R Andersonpf Pardstown was elected moderator of tIle South k em Presbytery and the Rev j1 Peyton H Hogeof theN them t INTERESTING VISIT r t 0Our North Bend Correspon L i dent Writes of a Recent f Visit to Danville Recently ii visited mv little r bog Earnest who is attending lhe4Dand D at Danville Ky which is to my mind one of the rtNt schoois in the United being p estded over ty bites E Rogers A Magerileoianl of whonrallJECfiDJUlCfey feels Iu3tlyjwpett7pr The Legis Kentucky did the right thing in giving to this school the entireappropriation 23500 asked for by the Boyle yourScorrespondent desires to take off his bat and pay homage to Representatives Chinn Alverson and Senator Hubble ll of whom gave their efforts to the meas 7 ure Your correspondent was shownmany beautiful scenes in and around Danvillp especially the iinstitutes of learning of which the city iis famous and froin whose walls have gone forth such distinguished men as I W OP Breckinridge John M flarlan and our own John W Yerkes and thousand of other grcat men who have made their mark passing fre m these sacred Iralls We visited the cemetry bythp silent city in Kentucky In the south eastern section you be hold some 201 beautiful gray slabsI marking the graves of Confederate sodiers JustY north of these graves lie the Union soldiers whose graves are marked with white marble stabs furever attesting the af ffcti n of those who fell at Per ryville Oct 8th 1862 As we approached the extreme northI erq part of the cemetry we were confronted by an iimproving scene it being the monument of 1 qiOnumentillI which is thejigure of an eagle which seems 10 be guarding the grave of him who once as a little- upothein the woods and parks of Boyle county p aced upon the campus ii of old Cen re College and after sitting at the feet of her great educators went forth to defend J fie darling principles of his her the perpetuity oftbeUimn The irasedy which I made the name of Speed S Fry famous took place on that rainy Sunday morning at Mill Springs Palaski county Ky when Gen Fry in company with several soldiers approached some sol diers whom he totk to bj Union i soldiers but among whom be quickly recognized to be Gan Felix K Zollicoffere ex Con gressm tn from Teontss e and a min noted for his daring bold 4 F nefs and bravery Quicker than It takes to recall it each gpnfirar 7 went for his pis ol aid a hand to hand engagement COOK place and the public knows t the result I have beenl inform d from reliable sources that 4en HVv never liked to discuss toe affair because Zollicofferj jjSiil killed in a hand to band battle1tmore about what I have written fiX1 yon visiting M T Long Sup rvisor of tue Colored De HtttmentOft the Deaf and Dumb I isi ute at Danville Ky be hold in Mr Lorgs museum V the oeaajy weapon tthat killed t 4ei Zollicoffer Thn pistol i wiIVL Mr Long by Speed S 4 KyrJr where itbas since been omettoiiij j 4 i Tirh sotoifr who divided Zol JJcpWir c itViEg and effects if v ruli d1lii blWf prpented 10 hii- belefti wb k withktaw ttie bftodf of Jat e WhiUen Iwbo Ixlvol tO the illh Ky L Catv of volunteers and who afterward gave the book to Richard Hurigate who resides in Nelson county not fur from the Washington county line Mr Hungate says he values the book very highlyoni account of its ayet unwrit en jilstory EPDED A Gtacc torl8at tftin If you ever bought a box of Witch Hazel Salve thot failed to fflve satIs faction the chfcoces are it did not have the nane HECDeWitt Coj prihted on the wrapper and pressed Jn the box The original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvfc never fails to 19iVe satisfaction for burns sores boils tetter racked handsetc For blind bleeding it hintand protrtd lag Piles it affords amqst immediate relief It stops the pain Sold by G J Hoydon V IIy1III 7We are glad to say that the sick of this section are convalescent Harry Derringer and w revisited relatives near Mooresville sunday Mr ThoR Baker of near Wil day lisburg was in our 1idst Satur Mrs E CJ D sand daughter visited relative near Willisburg Saturday and Sunday Shelton L wg who is engaged with Harry Derringer for the year visited relatives near Polin last week Mrs Chas Lewis and charm ing daughter were in Poortown FridaytJas B Goatley aod son tra ded afine jack to Thos Hamil ton f ra good mrand 50 Sabe Hardin f sowing a large bill of lumber fop W S Y Good lett near Polin also M W Seay and George Tupker of this place are preparing to have a set R L GoafcleyI sold several cows to Wf T Clements Bros last week Price nbt stated Most all the farmers are sov ing oats in this section and the prospects are fpr an exceptional crop Several cattlein this commun ity have died froip efftblaok legr Q sp several horses have been out of working order from the effects of lung fever A valuable horse belonging to J D Piles caught bi fOOL in a partition of the barn and cams near ruining that member one night last week Quite a crowd of young people of this community attended Eas tr seryicps at the various churches on last Sunday- Yourcorrespondent had the pleasute of visiting Poortown the flourishing little village on the banks of the placid Little Beech one day recently and found that town apicture 6f pros perity The inhabitants seems well contented as the birds io Mav and a go4word is all that is said of OOR auother The genial merchant js always busy manybargingo to find the best value for lleast money and I must say that theirs ts an enterprising village UNO WIll Ipt rest Many Every person should know that good health islimpossible If the kin neys are deranged Fol eysKidLey Cure wil euue kidney and bladner dis ease in every Iorzn and will build up and strengthen these organsso they will perforu their functions properly No danger of B fights disease or diabetes It Folejjs Kidney Cure is taken in tme Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stce + Nf Zion Echoes rSeveral ft dm this community Chaplin John Bavne spent Sunday with his grardfather Mr John Hardesty of Hardesty Miss Nora Bodta spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Bessie Cokendolphcr at Chap lin Misses Lizzie and Aria Suth erland were in Bloomfield shop ping one day last week Mrs C M Williams visited the family of Mr J N Hays Saturday night Grace Sutherland has return ed from several days visit to her cousins the Misses Gray oft Hardesty Mr WB Morgan of Law jrenceburg visited Mr1S A 33ayne the first of the week Mrs Ella Taylor and little Miss Marv spent Saturday andI Sunday with Clifton Taylor in Bardstown The Tattlers PLEASANT GROVE Mrs S B Thompson Jr who pas been quite sickl is slowly improvingMessrs Wallace and Clarence Litsey and T Conway of Leb anon visited at the home of B L Litsey Sunday Mrs Robert Tholnpsdn off Grundy Orphanage spent sever al days with Mrs N P Thomp son last week Mr Fred VanAarsdall allend ed church at St Rose Sunday Misses Larnna Conner and Nannie Thompson attended the LeachmanEdelenwedding Wed nesday Miss Elizabeth Shirley of Wil lisburg is yisiting Mrs H HI Tatum Mr Lloyd Colvin made a flying tijip to Lexington last week Miss Sara Reed is visiting her sister Mrs Dan Kelley of near Springfield Miss Elizabeth Mao Gregory visited at Beams Station Fri day and Saturday Mr and rsH R Thomp son visited Mrs Steve Thompson Jr Sunday Mr Louis Kelly of St Mar MygatbomeiedTT The Two Pllallni ro1s HOll37 and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated lIoney and Tar as a throat and remedy t and on account of the great merit and popularity Foley a Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offerea 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 Store ANTIOCH Rev Douglas Bryant failed to till his appointment on account of no audience Mrs Bet Hahn and little niece spent the day with her brother H H Gibbs and family Saturday Mr Gabe Wharton of your town passed through our little village Siiturday Rev J M Johnson of Johns vi lie will preach tit Fairview the fifth Sunday in April Mr A J Moore sold 5 barrels of born toG W Barcett andI two barrels to Luther Darnell a t 52 50 a barrel MEssrs Granville B own Stanley Maddoiand James Snyder attended church at Chaplin Fork last Sunday Master Clyde Sweazy of Greens Chipel is visiting his brother this ceek t Mr John Anderson and family spent Sunday with Mr John R Roa and wife of Sharpsville Mr Evan Phillips eloped with the young daughter of Mr James Keeling who lives near Tathaiu T The NeW Job Lot Store i Inthe Opera House Building jis nwII open andready for Business afulilineo- fClothing Boots Shoes and Furnishing Goods We buy in Job Lots and Samples andwepay Cash a4d consequently can sell r Low For Cash We have come to Springfield to itay and to do business and respectfully solicit a triaL Big Sales and Small Proffts Is Our Motto We uivite the people of Springfield and Wash l ington county to give us a c- alLShrader Bros J I y Springs 10 Stinnitt Ky 1 hey were married by the Rev J M Johnson Tnursday night Mr Keeling had gone to Louisville and they took advantage of his papersfromsentea to County Clerk Booker who issued the license last Wed nesdav Elder C C Allen failed to tin his appointment at Fairview church Sunday on account of sickness but they had a large Sunday School Nevs has reached here that Mrs Jane Brown widow of the late F G Brown whose home is near Sharpsville is seriously ill with complication of disease and is net expected to live many days 1Grow srOng Aalli Norhlng will relieve fndigestion that is not a thorough digestant Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat ard allows the stomach to rest recuperate grow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meals andrdig stive organs to a full yerjcrm adce af their functions naturally and bring health and strength Soldr by 0 J Havdoh 1Tatliani Springs There has been a gieat many sick folks in this commutiity but we are glad to report most of them better Master Roland the little son of Mr Richard Pinkstcn visitedl his grandfather Mr George Shirley last week Mr Henry Vandivi r and wife of Harrodsburg were the guests of the latters parents at Pleas ant Hill Saturday night and Sun day Miss Susie Kays was the guest of your correspondent last Sunday Mr Ivan Phillips son of Mr Abraham Phillips and Miss Bts sie Keeling daughter of M l Jas Keeling eloped to Johnsonville and were married Ilastt iCh11 p1gttday extpectto start to Illinois to visit her son Joe Mr Alfred Snider and wile were the pe sant guests of li r sister Mrs Tatham of11hlS place last Thursday itSALES Mr Isaac Johnson sold a colt to Wll Nichols of Tablow foJ S75 and sold a mare to Mr Hughes for 100 Mr Georg Shirley soil a cow to HIH Graham for 30 Mrs 1Bird bought a ov from Jas Durr for 30 Mr J W Sit terly bought a bunch of calves from Elisha White at SD 50 a ByacinlhIDeus It doo AnY GOM I What good does it do you to eat Iif your stomach fajls to digest the food None It dose you harm causey bet ching sour stomach etc When the stomach falls a a little Kodol Dyspep sia Cure after each meal will digest what yyu eat ane makes the stomach sweet Kodol iis a thorough digestant and will afford relief from any disorder due to imperfect digestant or mal assimilation by C J Hayd 4 MAUI Here I am back again after a short absence The dear old NewsrLeader could well boastof its name last week for it contain ed so much news that it requir ed an pxtra sheet If all its would be contributors wonld con tribute each week it would al ways be thus Some one will be telling me to Practice what you preach tJ but I am sure I1 put forth my best efforts to do so Mrs Edith Duncan of Bloom field and sister Miss Maytie Anderson were the pleasant guests of Miss Anna Jpne last week Miss Roxye VVakeSeJd of St CatherinRs spent Easter with Roxyoisyear and isin cnusua Lybrght young lf1dyjt Mr John Virgin and wife visited the latters brother Mr StringtownSMiss Anna J nesW1S in Bloomfield Friday last Miss Kathryn Settles of Strirgtown is the gue t oif her parents Mr nod MrsBF Sot ties here Mis Nancy Shehan and Mr Clyde Brown haye retp nedltoIschoil at Bardstown after a visit to their respective paf e its here Miss Flora Stallard who formerly taught school b re1 and who has recently bee n at tending schoolat Bowling Green is nov teaching a mission col ege in the eastern part ef the state She is one of the faculy andwasseJectedfrom Bowling Green This is quite an honor for Miss Stallard and her many friends here will beI forItuneinteresting sermon at the New Hope church Sunday morning on the text Come unto me all ye ihat laden and are laden and I will givei you heavYI All the ladies of the church are requested to meet at the church on Thursday morning before theI first Sunday in next month for the purpose of putting down the new carpet for which they have worked go faUfafully Sunday I fI I Sold by school will be re organized on next hrst Sunday morning at 10 oclock services same morning at 11 oclock Mr Albert Shehan and niece Miss Dolly Virgin were in Springfieid Tuesday Prospects are very favoriibhf In this scctipn for a wheat also for a large acreage ofI tobacco iif the number of beds that a eto be seen count forr anythirg rWe are glad to report the sick in this community to bet able to be out again Sunny weather has been better medicine than any given by the physici ans H T YrSIn again soughtt shelter from alLmental clouds att the Pine Grove Sunday Mr r E Goatley visited friends here Sunday scription school here Monday Miss Pearl is a very intelligent t instructor and one to whom both parents and pupils become attached We are very sory to learn off the illness of ou rt rust that he rn iv soon regain his former strength and health Mr Barnard Wall and wire were guests of the fo mt j pirentsat Moorsville Sunday Mr Mit Leacoman of P eas aut Grove has been isiting friends near heart Messrs Joseph DJwnstoJ t Bloomfield and Robert Suther land of Chaplin paid their us ual respects to two of the belles of Maud Sanday afternoon Mr Matt Truax of Springfield was here Thursday- H T Virgin is erecting a C Mansion on the farm lately purchased of Mr Bon McMackin Frizzle Heaa Get ReayForSDriDii Living indoors so much during the winter months creates a sort of stuf Eva want osozona condition in the blood and system generally Clean up and get ready for spring Take a few Early Eiscrs These famous stomachland bowls and give the blood a cnance to purify itself They relieve headI aches sallow complexion etc Sold byt CJtaydon Joel Fesler and M CClay of Mt Sterling have sold to JasL Gay of Woodford county their fine Red Cloud gelding The Commander for HI OOOJ This horse is a very fine gaited sad le galding and will be shown in Gay Bros string at the horse shows this fall At the tludson BrOs horse sale held at their stables in Lousvillev iast week abdut400 horses were soldat an average of about 200 The top price was 700 The sale u as pronounced quite a successful one Good Horses brought good prices but the in ferior oneswere slow sale as usual WANTEDTwo men in each county to represent and adven tiso Hardware department pS out suples of our goods etc Traveling pasition or office man ager Salary 9L pr month cash weekly wiL 1all expeflses paid in advance We furnish everything THE COLUMBIA HOUSE D pt 010 234 5th Ave Chicago Ill Notice HAH persons indebted to the I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble forbears passing gravelor stores with excruciating pain says A H Thames a well known coal operator of Buffalo 0 doses started the brickdust like sUb- stance and now T have no pain across kidneys and I feel like i new man II11Y has lone me 1000 worth of good everIjoampf kidney or bladder diseases Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store not bring your produce and at all times get the bestJ market price for it Just tlink 25c per lb for butter the higest market price for eggs cash if prefered C W Hagan i i WOES uform4 1Corsets are cozy modish and shapely gar menu in which every dictate of fashion is apparent They inflict no strain on abdomen or bust allow full freedom to the lungs place all the pressure of lacing upon the hips and hold the figure erect Made with the latest high bust shape and diftferentonly Robertson Bros ValleyHiJl aretl nntl1I IwilY ASTQEYOFWEBSTEja ONE OCCASION WHEN DANIEL WAS l DEEPLY HUMILIATED An Incident Which Shocked and Sur pitied Him Into arTie Admi fration the Loyalty and the Gencr oslty of IIU Circle of Friend The following Incident In the life ofP Dniiiel Webster was related to thq wrSter by thelatc Joshua Seward Mn Seward came to Woburn from Boston in the early severities and bOJ1ht1 farm where he lived until 3his death in 1SS5 He waj a native of the New Ilauipshhe Peace City froni which place he cauieto liostou in early manhood and later eujratjeJ In theHv ery busljiQiW Off School savptv He was n genial social active young man and In a short time many of the business and professional ineii of the city were his friends anti patrons Daniel Web ster then iii the fullness of his mas terly manhood was his partfculnj1 friend and most favored patron One year Webster early engaged to deliver the Fourth of July oration in the cIty A public procession was then an Im portant feavnre of the celebration and the orator of the day scs the chief person of distinction In thb parade In IJq r vehicles for convenience or for pleasure A chaise was the proper arrlnge for gentlemen to use Webster was popular nnd proud ds popular He saw no chaise in thd eity as good as he de sired to appear In on that Important occasion and therefore lie ordered ont to be built by the principal carriage maker of the city Sargent I think Ito wasl to be ready for use on that day In the morning of the Fourth he ap peared at Howards stable office and requested Seward 1o go to the carriage shop and get the chaise he had ordered Seward harnessed a horse and went to the carriage shop us directed and told the proprietor he hail come for Mr Websters chaise The proprietor In firm and measured tones that could not be misunderstood naked Did Mr Webster send the money to pay for the chaise V In relating this to ine Seward said I was never so astonished hi my life I should have been less surprised ilf he lund raised his fist and knocked me down I had no thought that there was n than Jiving who had ever heard pf the great Webster the godlike Daniel who would or who could have denied him any request It was possible to graiit I could only say lie sent nc money by me Then said the pro prietor tell him he cnn have the chaise when hesends the money to pay forlt and not till then Seward said he was never in uch a dilemma lu all his life ne could not go back and tell that great man whom lhe adored that he could not have the chaise till he paid for It And yet he must go back and tell him something But what could he tell him Finally after much thought and study It occurred to him that he had g new chaise which he would otter to Webster and tell him that the var notIurd at the door when he returned and before Webster could ask a question Seward was telling him the story he lund invented ou the way home Web ster made no reply but accepted Sew ards statement as true and rode in his chaise that duyJIOOut a week later Webster came again aud said toScwurd I think the varnish ou that chaise is hard now and you may go down nntlsetJt Seward said With a heavy heart I harnessed a horse and went again to the shop I knew I should not get the chaiseiand I was not disappointed In the santa manner I was asked the saml question ps before I could not invent another story that w9uld be crcdiBlu tutu was therefore compelled to go back and tell him the truth Webster was Impatiently a valtlng Howards ro turn and when in hailing distance he called to Seward Where is the chaise What is the trouble Seward approached him more closely and tones so low tlrit no one could over hear him replied lIe told me to tell you that you could have the chaise whonyou sent the money to pay fof it and nof before Webster stood silent an Instant and then with voice trem bling with emotion exclaimed My Goo Joshua did he say that and sank Into a nearby chair and cried as would a deeply aggrieved child of six summersIt known that Webster would incur debt apparently with nothought there were two parties to a con trnctn creditor and a debtor and that their moral obligations were ico equal Consequently his creditors so multiplied dud lila indebtedness so In creased as to Interfere With his litical plans If not indeed threaten his political future At this time his friends came to his aid and It is raid raised the sum ot 40000 to cancel his Indebtedness and relieve him from the further annoyance and pressure of lite creditors When we realize that 40 000 was ti larger sum to raise then for any purpose than would be 200000 today we have some measure of the admiration and the loyalty of ihls lcndsII C Hall in Boston Tran icrlpt Just So J1 thought you said you could live without me sneered the girl So I did answered the man Yet you living No Im not Just boarding thats nil Louisville CourierJournal John Hunter the famous anatomist once said that the femlnlno lovoof con verso tlon was a consequence of up cullnrlry In brain tissue iWi iOi jjifjiliMdjJ jja JViII iWWi lW f i SPRING STQCK a t I OF CLOTHING I fifJweave just opened a nice line of Mens Clothing r embracing all the latest Spring fstyles t Eo 3 4 a SHOES t fl1 f 1 I Iv 4For Men TKe Iktest Ii InvOxfo Is jf 1U1I tlatest in Shapes E flew Neckwear and White f and fancy Vests fort Men I We wish to call attention of our lady customers to our new line of Fancy Belts Belt Buckles Stocks 3 and Persian Ribbons the newest things for Neck rJIIIIs li 3 Anew line of Dress Goods and Trimmings Everything in White Goods We are selling tMm GOODS AT A SACRIFIia Ji1 GRDNDY a McINTIBE IJ w Mt tf f 1 t f O t f OTfi tt f If G oooo t SSWWGlasses iit GLAS5ES You cannot 1I1ft e them of ott onH t n u e crying ovei spilled milks Its simply a bit of vex t tion thats all I can re IL pair them while you wait My Optical Gobd l aTe frqnthebest makers They prove sbsfacory and my est cus mers are those who have patronjzeil us longest In eye glass s we are leaders Theyre a sort of specialty with us i James J Graves tsM M c I Now is thee Time I 1 T9 Buy Yourttf ttjj X Water Coolers ice ream Freezers X Refrigerators OU Stoves Hose for Sprinkling jGrass Scythes t t sWaShing Machines Lawn Mowers l GARDEN TOOLS 11Sucha Hoes Shovels Spades Rakes etc fjjy Our Dontt Forget 4 j Diamond Edge line of Razors Shears Knives t Axes Etc They are the best a 4 I Call and inspect our stock of the above We X want you to see themr v I f MELROY SHIILTHIe 4 444 444 ENGAGEMENTEXTRAORDINARYThursday The Powerful Scenic Succefcs A Royal1 Slave Bestt Dramatic Event of Season Se the Great Tophal Palm 1sland bj Moon ighlTbG Gorge KPalace of the KingThe Great Volcano iin tae of Eruption i JMb i Bawildering Display of J Ei belHshmiBntsl Oar JjtKd of S enery Effects CastoTTwentyArtists 4 A Thrilling Story of Lo e Hate Passion j V 1 Intrigue Revenge i DevoJonando J Heroic Daring t 1 i Pritss 25 35 50 and a feWSeats 75c 1f 1 rOn Sle t Red Gwxi Druj Stof Dfi J I BURTON MDNY DNTI5T TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OmevKagMi Block up stairs SPRINGFiELD KY t OJ4llentl Work Strictly Firstclassv rSS iMMPTOir DH J C MUD LAIPTWL MUDD Jftjsfeiiis nd Surgeons Qfficerovef Haydons Drugstore Pi iWFGRIGSBY ATORNE YAT LAW QtIIce ov rPeoples Bank- 8PKINOFJELD KY if JB KoBABDS M W FYXT e RtBABDS HYATT ljsic IDS Iud Surgeons Office over McElroy Shullz = lRJ H HOPPER PHySICIANindiSDRCEON PHONES Office Over Office 97 Hagans Grocery RsW erc e71 R1 F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber rental work atraasonable prices yi work guaranteed SPEINGFTBLD IY 4 JOHNYIMAYS fUHERIlL uiHtCTOR m lICEiSEO EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY Ralroad Schedulej Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Eardstown and Springtield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville a 410 pm Bardstofarn Junction 602 pm Bardstojwn 552 pm arrives at Springtield 645 p m No 42Leaves ISpringfield at 530 am Bardstpwn 617 am Bards own unction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am rhiNo43Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bard town 230 pm Bardstown Ju notion 435 pm- S arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bard town 8 am BardstownJunction 4 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstown 753 p m arrives at Springfield 825 pm Bd1s Carriage Repair Shop All kinds wood work and up hblstering done Grain Cradles f t pnband for sale J Ltbave for sale now one new bind made buggy new hand made spriug wagon and a good second handspring wagon J will work cheaply for the money All work strictly cash t i V WH BOND Springfield Ky p FRESH BREAD iRLLSAND CAKES v Baked Daily 5 Always good always fresh We Y fhaye a new Baker who is an ar I tlst at making good things v i Six Leaves of Bread for 25c V Hcrdiens Confectionery w JH1tB1eohoros IJI Iy + ggs for sale 100 for 15 ci- 415Ofor3O ff MRS L N REED RFP No 3 Odscstratrs NtlCf f AU persons having claims t tl gainst the estate of Isaiah 4 3Rnilherr deceased are notified 1J preaent sma properly proven t Jqhnil4morteomM8y 10 1906 for aettleaient t P rathr A mini ire tor y r SSSHftWHKSeSWW tfWmi iniWOO SrtW mwro I TLoc1 Happenings of Interest ii- ii I I W N IIr The Fres esjand Latest 1 i AH About Yourself Friends THDIPQj II and Acquaintances BM I IlUU M WMi MM MW fishing tackle atJonnson McCabe SFresh bread daily atJohtison McCabe Fine county hcneat Johnson McCabe 1II11 Fresh spring vegetables at Johnson Mccabec tSeed potatoes and garden seed atJohnson JMcGa e Frying chickens arc high ajfc Campbels Bring them in Wanted lard bacophams- etc at Johnson McGabe GC Carpenter sold itO C W Hagan a black geld I g or85 Jut received a fink line of fresh candies at Johnsoq Mc Cabe forIseed i Eight bars good laundry soap fpr55c cash at JOhn on Me Cabe sweetp3tatoes brazilians ISeed and jersey retls at Campbells Johnson McCabethave for sale seed sweet potatoes all Varieties t Grigsby the optician is at the Walton hotel the second Saturday of each month New beans beet lettoce rhubarb asparagus etc Friday eve at Johnson McCabe See Qur line of furniture chairs and rockers before you ouy Campbells Grocery If you want nice country minis or shouldeis knblv that I have them C W tlagan 12 piece decorated toilet sets from 350 to 85K JDont rail to see them before buying at Lachmaris tI Rev W H Willi PtI iis an nounced to speak a Texas on the night bf April 25ih His subject will Temperance Dudley Wells and Gilbert Carp Iiter went to Danvilte Monday and Mr Wells sold his gray mare to Mi Matt Weissiger for 300 Mri Conrad Hertlein has a fine mute colt wiiicl measures 44jnche The dolt ssired by rMr Sylvester Smiths jack Black Boy The Sunday School Institute at the Baptist church vill corn menceFriday nightat 745 All interested in Suiiday School work are urged to be present Mr Jacob Kim1Jr1Jnrequests us to annonnce that he will have gIft3JdgI court day They wijl consist of calves yearling tland two year olqs STRAYED On my place 3 mitos from Springfield on the Lincoln Run turip1eabout ten ddys ago a red male hog weighing about 90 pounds Owner can have same by proving property and plying for this Advertisement j MHall In Mexico is only one of the numerous song hit in ARoyal Save which will be seep at the PAINT P Your house with a V good paint itprotects the v 5 lumber use a poor paint v Lnd it peels off taking with y 7 it the atural resistent t V coating of the wood itself v 5 Use Mastic Paint its best 5 II Varnish1 H over those mired ptaces i t n on the interior woodwork H Surprising the difference in i appearance pint of Sun H shine Finish makesl Be C i ing the best 3 1SunshiU Finish Ilooks almost Ww even alter 5 a years hard wear y ICJHAYDONI Corner Drug Store I a opera House Thursday night I April 19 Perhaps no better idea of the rich pulsing nature of Mexidan lifecoulu be had than by hearing those splendid melo dies characteristic of the people and the time CWIFOR EETFlat above Hagans store Desirable for family or offices Apply to C W Hagan FOR SATiEAboUt 25060 feet ofoak and ash lumber sawed to suit the purchaser John A Tucker Mr C MRice who isi to run the new hotel and restaurant owned by Tobin Boblitt came in yesterday and is preparing to open The furniture is not yet all in and it will be several days yet before the new hotel is ready for business Mr Rice has been inthe restaurant business for a number of ers and is thorough ly experienced Annet the Castillian dancing girl in Gordon Benn tis pro ductionof A Royal Slave whichf comes to the Opera House this Thursday evening wears a different costume m each act and each is a resplendent mass of spangles in harmonious color keeping with the body of land gown The effect on the brilliantly lighted stage is trulY magnificent S M Campbell reports Dan vine court as being a very dull Aprl court only a few cattle on the market and very common Ptus horses selling on the street from 20 to 65 iHe also raports the public sale of Mrs Mary Isham on Tuesday April 17 was very well attended and stock brought good prices but h use hold goods sold very low Messrs P J and Mike Shana han havebought the John Buck man farm consistingof 176 acres situated three miles southeast of town The price paid was 26 per acre The farm was sold at Commissioners sale about a year ago to Mr B B Waters who failed to comply with the terns df the sale and the farm passed into the control of Messrs Ben Haydon and Robt Canary as bondsmen These gentlemen sold the farm at the price at which they took it The remains of Mrs Abbie Ross who died in Umoinnati lat week were brought to this place and hurried 4 at Pleasant Grove on Saturday The dio eased was the widow of Mr Granvil Ross a former citizen of Jhis cpuoty who was killed by accidentally falling from the roofof a barn at Samuels about four years ago Since the death of her husband Mrs Ross had been living in Cincinnati whre she has two sons She was62 years of age Death of WT Ash i Mr W T Ash aged 64 years died at his home on Pleasant Run last Wednesday night of a complication of diseases Mr Ash was a good hard workingman and was a tenant on Mr Abe Canary s farm He leaves tt wife and one grown son Mr Ash carne to this county from Bullitt county where his mother who is said to be over 100 years old still lives Mr Ash was a veteran of the Union armyand only a fewdays before hs death drew a pension for the first time including a large amount of back I pay He was buried Thursday afternoon at the Hinton buryingi grounds near Mackville Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Uriah Shew maker deceased will present same properly proven to me or to my attorney Wv JF Neikirk on or before the Jarst day oft June 1906 TWos E Wilson Admr of Uriah Shewmaker Notice It is very necessary that the estate of F rW Campbell be settled as soon as possible All persons Indebted to the estate are requested to pay the same at once to the undersigned THEO CAMPBELLt Admr of F M Campbell Potato season is here andmy supply jii complete both in qUll ity and prices I bought at the right time and it will pay you to call and get my prices before buyi g C W Hagan Fr1 yy EdelenLeachmanThe Florence Anna Edelen to 14r William T Leacbman was solemnized at St Rose church by the Rev Father Yilletey Priy of St Rose Wednesday at 430 pm in the presence ot a large audience The church was beautiful in its decoration of potted plants and cut flowers that formed a fitting background for the hand some gowns of the bride and her maid and the sombre black suits of the groom and attendants The day was as radiantly fair as theIravs lentilthehand ofIIHim that giyeth in marriage can bestow upon such events The groom preceded by the timbers entered the church lith his best man Mr Louis Cain The bride followed with her sister Miss Pearl Edelen as bridesmaid and met the groom at the altar where Father Val leley impressively pronounced the ceremony Them bride was beautifully gowned in cream silk yoie trimmed in Bitby Irish lace and wore a white hat ot the same lace trimmed in white plumes and carried a largeboquet of ascension lilies Miss Pearl Edelen maid of honor wore white batiste wJth Leghorn bat trimmed in pink roses and carried Catharine Mer met roses r As the bridal parbr marched to the altar Miss WiPa Knott clearIthe ceremony Miss Katie Jain played Meditation After the ceremony the party left the church to the strains of Mendels sohns Wedd ing March The ushers were Jams C Clements Irvine McElroy Arthur Miidd and Wathen Simms After the wedding the bridall party Father Valleley and a few immediate relatives and friends of the bride and groom drove to the home of the brides parents Mr ahd Mrs i P Edelen where they were served with dinner at 6 oclock Mr and Mrs Leachman are at home to their friends at their residence on the Lebanon road Flowers and Plants J will be in Springfield OUt ty court day with a nice lot of flow ers and plants and will ship up a big lot the week after Will give date later GEO R MATTINGLY p FCNAL Lieut W O Reeds in Loris yule this weck t j JDrJ an n was here Friday y Mrs Kate Williams is in Lou isville this weekr I Mr Harry ONan spent Sun day with his parents i Mr J Chas Green iis visiting friendc at Addison Ky Mr C D Robertso was lin lAuisviUe last Thursday Mr W E Leacnman was in Louisville last Tuesday LMrs W E Selecm nit con valescing after a severe illness Dr W T Barnett and wife of Mackville were in town Mon day r Mr L Of Woford of Chaplin was in town yesterday on busi noss Mrs Mattie McDowell of Din yule was here the latter part of last week 1 Mr Charles Thompson of jduisville visited relatives here last week Messrs John F and Ben F Simms were jn Bardstown yes terday Mr Conrad Hertlein and Miss Kattie Hertlein spent the first of the wek in Louisville Mr R T McCartybf Henry county visited his sonjiere Sal- Uiday and Sunday vMrs Huggic of Louisville isvisiting her sister Mrs Gear gia Moss at the Walton Miss Nellie Green who is at tending school at Nazareth was at howe to spend Easter Mr and Mrs I L Lay of Salvisa were guests of Mrs Amanda Foster last week Mr Thomas Leayell of Wile more visited his daughter Mrs Matt Mayes last Thursday Miss Mary Hundley of Huber Staiion is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Leachman this week Mrs E Carl Litsey cf hebv i 1iiWWWi Eyes Rested I i Have fitted hundreds of others and can fit you JNpmes and e Prescriptions on file come and 1 see for yourself Give your eyes the attention at the right 2 time and place Nothing but 1 high grade goods All the g I modern kinds and styles of g lenses Bifocals of every de a scription 4 i ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS ji a Specialty i Graduate Optician always on a hand to make test Satisfac I 1 tion guaranteed i E M Russell 1I1IOO MIIM non is visiting her parents Judge and Mrs W ESelecinan IMrand Mrs J B Hill of Lebanon attended the Edelen Leachman wedding here j ester dayst Miss Jennie Redding spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs John Brown at Leb anon Mr an3 Mrs James Allenof Bloomfield vsited Mr and Mrs Palmer Giundy the first of the week Misses Elizabeth Waters Mary Lampton and Mr Willie Waters were in Louisville Saturday ard Sunday I Mr E S Mayes wife and daughter Miss Annie are yisit iug at Mr Richard Durhams this week Mr James Ulaybrooke has returned from Bloomfield whet shevvisited her daughter Mrs JohnOffitt Mr and Mrs C C McChprdl have returned from Frankfort af er an absnce of six weeks from home rwlrs Hiram McClaskey and d ifgher and Mr John Darren and wife are guests of Mrs Lizzie Durett Sor W D Claybrook was in Louisvi le Saturday and visited lib sise Mrs John Offatt at B cornfield Sunday Mr Henry Lie and Miss Lydia McElroy returt efl last Wedues day from a tluee weeks visit with friends in Texas and Indiftn Terri ory Mrs T ArSpalding and chil then ot Birdstown are visiting her pirents Mr andMrs Ben EJuydon Mrr Spalding spew Sunday hee Dr Walter C Grigsby and wife of Bardstown combined pleasure with a business trip herethe latter parts of last week and visited friends Misses Lilly and Je elia Simms who have beeu absent from the telephone exchange on account of an attack of eripand tonsil itis are able to be out again Mr Samuel Gregory of Alton HI and Mr and Mrs John brucepf Edinburg Ind are at the bedside of their mother Mrs Ellen Moore who is critically ill at her homeat Beams station Mrs MOore is the mother of Messrs Lucien and James 0rpg ory of this county IMr Will Leacbman former IJ of tfiis county but whohas re cently become a citizen of Read lyne Iowa was here tthis week forthe p rposeof accompanying his wife to their new ham Will says that his father and mother Mr and Mrs ZickP Leachmau are well pleased with Iowa Mrs Margaret Poore who has been with her daughters Ales dames W1 K Robertson and P G McElroy almost a sear left Sunday morning for Amelia Ohio where she will make her home with her daughter Mrs Roberts Mrs P G McElroy and daughter Whitney accom panied her to Amelia Turkey Eggs For s lie Turkey eggs at 250 per dozen from Narragansette and M B stock Mrs CD Miller For Sale PUll leather top rubbed tire buggy m first cass condition Ahoset of harness M W HYATT DCYll Island Tortnrc is no worse than the terrible case of Pilesthatafflictedme10yars Then I was advised to apply Buoklens Arnica Silve and ess than a box permanently cured mewrites L S Ndpier of Rug les Ky Heals all wounbslBjiln and Sores like magic 25c t CJ Haidons IJ Dr Weayev1 Treatment 1ruppuxfltthe bloodCer hal Ua emotion 1 L Commissioners Sale John A Tu ker clt Puts vs Francis Perkins cDfts t By virtue of a Judgment aneUorde of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1906 in the above style cause theCourtSrjngfield ON MONDAY APRIL 23 1906 at 2 oclock pm of thereabout being county court dayto the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of one and two yearsthe following described property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the 3ums ofmoney 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 621 acres and described and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in John Re ds line near a gate thence with said Reed N 621 E 80 poles to a stone corner to said Reed in John Barbers line thence w ith said Bar ber line N 5J E 120 poles corner to T J Settles thence with said Settles line N 76 W 81 poles to a long pin oak Qn the side of a hill thence with the old fence 84 poles to a large oak S 60 W 23 25 poles to a stake at the angle largeblackoakto Basil Hay Son and also corner to Henry Offutt now tract No 2in deed filed in petition thence with Offutt 19l E 76 25 poles containing 62i acres as aforesaid The second tract is bounded as fol lows Beginning at astone Northeast corner of John Reeds stable lot thence North a straight line to a stone and black oak tree on the bluff in BarfiJ Haydons line thence with Haydons line East and with the bluff to corner of Tract No1 thence south with said line to a black oak tree in Reeds line corner to first tract thence West to a stone in cornered ReedsJot and the beginning contain ing 15 acres more or less Amt of note and interest 369411 Costs 4475 Total llto be raised 73386 l For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from ddte of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa Judgment A lien will be retainedxm land for which bond is executed Bidders will be require to comply promptly with thesetern M Go LEACHMAN M0 W CC Men Past Sixlyin DaDier More than half of mankind ave nxty years of age suffer from kidne iud bladder disorders ushallx nlarement of prostate gland This it loth painful and dangerous nnc Foleys Kidney Cure should be taKei at the first sign of danger and it cor recs irregularities and Vas curet many old men of tbis disease Mr Rodney Birnett Rockport Mo ritcsII suffered with enlargec prostate glanh and kidney trouble foi years and after taking two bottles of Foleyd Kidney Cure If lei bettpr than i have for tenty year although am now 9 yearsold Commissioners Sale t Fannie Keeling Vhf vs Silas Burkhead etC Dft By virtus of a Judgment and drdei of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term UJ05sand resale ordered at the February term 1906 in the above style cause I shall proceed to offei for sale at the Court House door ii Springfield Ky on tt MONDAY APRIL 21 1906 at 2oclqck pm or thereabout being 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 Washing ton county Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone corner to John C Dean in George Royalty line thence down the branch to tstone thence a Southernly course tc a fallen Beech thence with Martins line to road thence with the road tc stone corner to Royalty thence With his line to the beginning containing 10 acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers must executt bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bid dera will be required to compl promptly wJth these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C A LlleY POIffliSIfSS- is Mrs Alexander of Cary M6 who has lound Dr Kings Neu Life Pills t be the best remid she ever tried for keeping tU tom ch Liver and Bowels ii erfect order Youll agree vitl her if you try these painless pur ifiers that infuse new life Guor anteed by C J Haydon Pr- iceWiit r 8AL y num nhaalin9alvelrl tho world LE TTER LIST List of letters remaining un called for in the Springfield Kj P 0 weak ending Apr 19 John King Nicolancelc Loniarro Dee Mitchell W A Orr Cavanaugh Pinkston J I Robinson Bronlstam Oszajcowa MIS W R Thur nan Ollie William Mist Sarah 13 nder wood Persons caning tortueseletters- will please say advertised am give date oflist W A Waters P M KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew FPriceFOROUGHSI LDSFrn Trial Surest and Quickest Cue for all THBOAT and LUNG TEOTJ2 LES or MONEY BACK FOR IIIIPute Drugs v i10 I and Medicines of all kinds foto The Red Cross p gJtt T 1jj SMOCK HAYDCN Proprietors J i i i5 Also headquarters JrPaints Oils VarniiKe J 4 s ttt U OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT OOOO sccI OOOOOQ OOQQCKb QOQKX O9OOCK H I1 Special Sale FF- EMBflOfflERIEJ Fc Friday and Saturdayy I We have an unusually large stock of Embroid 4eries ofall kinds which we bought at very low prices and for 2 days we are going them to our customers at a Special Bargain Figure They are divided into 4vLotY 11I Ltlfo1 consists of 2 to t jnch width in both Swiss amd f QLotJacon tsat 9c Q tN03 consists of 6 to 10 incbidthS in bothSwiss and Jaconets at 12Jc Xl I tS ALL IN EXTRA NICEPATTERNS t4r These good are worth nearly doibij price wiQ ask Reember these prices areonlyforFriday a495 Saturday next yJaf- i t f We show alo a large assortment of finer Embroid 9 eries ranging from 25c to 150 per yardon whiche will T give a reduction on the days named above S J ROBERTSON BROS Ii g 00000600 OofroooooOO OOOOD The first National Bank JJSPRINGFIELD KY 1 1 Gap Jl1 50OOO j Surplus and Undivided Profits 23OOO jd j OFFICERSB LLitscy President John W Lewis VIcePre8tde A C McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier Ri JL 4 Foster BookKeeper H H Purdom Asst BookKeeper 1 DIRECTORS B L Litsey J W Lewis Sidney Green F M Cap Ibell R H Edelen H M Grundy John 0 Polin J j 9 We grant every favOr consistent with safe banking YoHrlMi4 j ness respectfully solicited f OOOO t A rt MARKS GREEN The old Reliable Manufacturers I J V and Dealers In all hiids of it LuMBER LATHS SHINGLES SASH DOORS t LINsi t J TWe handle the celebrated j Mixed Carinell Goall i Cant be Beat tiC nIi We ire sole agcnts for f t t ACME CEMENT JFLASpTEirV VTheBestf on Earth u Pries Kigiifc tr tt Office and Y rds Doctor and Railroad Streets Springfield Ky t 4 g IlSEVERWDYS BUSINESS I illi If jf Is Nobodys Business Butpiiir l m if bto give the public the best work i I it ftl 4 C IWumtiifiIt 5- Watth g f least possible cot GIVE WS J AJ- tJ wePRiTCU4RD4 1 mt SPRINGFIELD KY J I d1 o riIriDjet w iy K2 st fINo cgMr al f fe JJ I L if I JteeJ Estate Deals tjCt trai entiacky Real Ofthisj city has pur r cbs Jtafttaejft hundred sores 4 ofIownMTiteELMi4 stat evJc for abou 40nb This is Ge of the tines bodies of land IB this section ot the ILteCOHiliiof400acres of lead in a good state of culti yatton aDd 700 acres is virgin th Qtt kaudaoae rsi y LieJaNe os bis property the Mitel home and what is known tM8bert lley Club house now ucpidbythethnlyofMrJWSteiis I pviCbase the company has sold to 4h Themes E Briwn goo acr Nj south of the railroad in t iing about 100 acres of the tiaudi j fcjfte 01 ab bouse for f12500 ad the lllles home wibn 200 acres to Mr White foe 13tSOO LebanoFalipn vll q eIftnIftau JSttS j pStrollgY riii MiuIcwiLcri Readers can LcTS =tjVIIIC r IrIla orgt7I eaklingisJi barfly knowliti JaplnTbE laprlllrecit wir his Seen the marvel of LIt cations t Both men andt wooden itare wellj happy and vtiThe reason for this so cafe iBVektigators tell us is thai the Japanese from childhood up- i know how to keep well through cafe of the digestive system If they have trouble with Indig st ion JisartbDrn wind of the stom ach lloi of appetite sleepless fenea headaches rheumatic pains backaches or any of the weakitIst scbtheytret themselvest whh one of the principal reme dies that compose Miona a stbfDach remedy that has alead3 a JIpge sale in Springtield at the Rd Cross Drug store So eunifprjmly successful has tbe remedy been in curing all stomach troubles where it is ute m accordance with the siMple directions giiven with eihbox that the Red Cross Dug tore gives a signed guran tejfr wjttievery 50c package to irend the if Miona fails to be 4 tie at Theyjakeairthe risk If you hfoiijehweakusfarf nervous or fjjar JJitsome article of fi pd will cause trouble and ijjdigeslToYi heres the oppottun Ity to get well witbout risking a c onalare able to eat anything digest 4l1e without Jear of ill results 4t Crop Report TheAprj1 crop report was is sued Friday by Commissioner reejd aesays iiCheiprospects are for U full planting jofcor1The wheat 4CltPIS lookiiig well On thr tooamuch floodMito promise v ell The Spring oat sowing is very backward On account of tin bad father in March which will cut acreage short of an average j crop Tue condition of rye If i fairly good L JAbpuLonfisfourlh of the 1905 crop remains unsold Meadows Hbd if clover has lost a few points fch in condition since March r port The acreage of clovei averagefTre potatocrop willbe about the unu2i1rip Home damage is rtpor ed in cer Jainlocalitipsto the peach ands berr1 crop ttIam dEIo d iaaI kt ttArtale of hbrror wia told bv Mtrksjof human blood in the liomecf J W Willidms Jt well f kno n merchant of BacKy 11 Writes wenty years ago ot had severe hemoi rages of the t Tiifigs and was nean abwhen lbeJan takinsDr Kings New fr iiscoverivlt completely cured me and I have remain d well ever s1ince11 Jfc cures Hemorrh je Gronic Coughs Setted Qold and Bronchii Zi andis the 7mb known cure for Weak Lung Every boitlie gtttranteed by 0 Ji F Hijdun 50c antlLOOtTrial L ttlefrea lRA ItJt7Tt t it Why Jl ling your produ- ceiaali ties gtthe best pioefoe jiL Just think tie big as t m ep1ee ior eggs csh if prelered 0 W Htgan w WRECKED SAILORS WALK TO SHORE j k Stilli k Swm MIrdks I1c ss- LaaMqitdi Steered by dead reckoning and thirty ftillRg out of her course the Norwegian fruit steamship Bodo hurdled a sandbar south of Oak Island ort the Long Island coast on a recent stormy night and settled dowu forn rest that bids fair to be an extended one Usually a sand bar does not allow a steamer to trifle with It In this way wjth Impunity but this happened to be TitEr WAtKED A8HOIU5 DKT SHOD a mushy sort of std bar that had not attained its full growth and tho steamer went over It without even suffering sprajn More than this the scud bar with an apparent desire to carry hospitality to the limit heaped Itself around the ship so that the crew at daylight walked ashore dry shod The feelings of the Qak Island nnd Fire Island life savers who were rous ed from a souud sleep by Coston lights and rockets Jto rush down their surf boats and prepare td shoot lines to the supposed imperiled crew are said to have been expressed In language that Is unfit for polite usage when they saw the steamer fully 200 feet from the Water At daylight they made other uncmpUmentaryremarks It was not until Captain Berger N Larsen and his crow of twentytwo men approached them in person to return thanks that the life savers were appeased and boarded the Bodo to sample her ba nana cargo and what other refresh ments were set ouby a grateful command r SOCIETY WOMAN KEPT A RESORT Uder k FuklMakk st LeVIs Cbwch- UwHisked ta Divorce Cert With tears streaming down her face and pleading vainly that she be per mitted to shield her daughter Mrs Florence Knecht wife of Samuel Knecht of the Laclede Gas Light company of St Louis was compelled In the circuit court before Jpdge Taylor to drop the mantle of respectability which she had worn for years and reveal herself us the owner of one of the most notorious resorts In the city The revelation came as a terrible shock to the social set In which Mrs Kuecht moved So perfectly had the woman kept up her dudl role that none of her friends suspected she was any thing but what she pretended to be until she was compelled to admit her dual life on the witness stand In the suit for divorce which she brought against her husband After the direct examination It loot ed as though Mrs Knecht would obJ tain her divorce Her story of her husbands cruelty had additional weight because she bad prefaced it with a list of the charitable Institutions to wbjch she bslonged Her lawyer made her dwell at length on her re ligious devotion The first question asked In cross ex amination was Were you ever known as Florence OsborneT SPEDS Jiff 11 7Thats what a prominent lr tig gist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time go As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials n addressing the public mt the above remark and iirnilari expressions are nade so often jin connec ion with Scotts Emulsion hat they are worthy of ccasional note From nfancy to old age Scotts Cmulsion offers a reliable neans of remedythg im roper and weak develop nent restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing vaste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no noreofa secret than the composition of the Emul iion itself What it does it does through nourish n ntthet kind of nourish nent that cannot be ob ained in ordinary food Mo system is too weak or lelicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will ieai you a sample fre- B rare that thl picturt te ti form ol a libel U on theWtiyytj ofevrybtt1t of EmtitiUn y to JM SCOTT OWIEC 4 1Wfst Sk aM 1 aX VVrV STRANGLADVICLbr to his pUt humanitarian contract 4In our Almanac for many years past we kve given unusual advice to thon afilic ted with coughs colds throat or lung troubles or consumption We have tolfi them if they did not receive any special benefit after the use of one 75cent size bottle of German Syrup to consult their doctor SJWe did not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles as is the case im the advertising of many other remedies Our confidence in German Syrup makes it possible for us to give such advice Sjwe know by the experience of over 3S years that one 7Cent- bottlebf German Syrup will speedIly re lieve or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or mug troubles and that even iri bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup wilt work vondec8 IfNew trial bottles asc reg ular size 750 At all druggists 4 Airs Kiiecnz turned pale ana sola layCI In a shakingvoice Are you the owner of a louse In Lucas avenue between Twentysecond and Twentythird streets asked tho lawyer It is true butT never lived In the house the witness replied t The spectators pricked up their ears at this admission for the street In which the house Iii situated Is the most notorious In the city Save you ever been arrested on any charge was the next question Before the lawyer could ask another question Mrs Knecht burst Into tears and turning toward the court said rOb please dont Jet him question me auy more I can5t stand this expo sure I am educating my daughter in a convent and she will be disgraced for ever My daughter Is eighteen years old and it will be terrible when she finds out how her mother got the money with which to educate ber After Mrs Knecht1 finished Judge Taylor said There Is no use hearing further tes- tImony in this case The bill Is dig missed Tlilrtccntk Birthday Fatal Hoodoo Within an hour after she had mallet Invitations to her thirteenth birthday party little Edith Ridge of McKees port Pa died of heart disease brought on the physicians say by the excite ment of tlif occasion i ROYAL EPICURES MoHarcb Who Were Famoa For Their Culinary Le rnIng Royalty In times past has had many an accoinpllshed epicure as learned ill culinary llore as In the practice of the cuisine It was Henry de Valos who brought into fashion aromatic sauces and yarlous spice dainties Inheriting his taste for cooking from Catherine de Medici who Introduced into France not only ices but much of the culinary art from Italy Louis XIV was devoted to gastronomy and for his use liquors were In vented In hfs old age wben it IIs said be could scarcely endtite existence without a succession of artificial stim ulauts But the pertinacity with which Charles V of Spain gratified his appetite under all circumstances rival ed even that of Frederick the Great Before rising In the morning potted capons were usually served to him prepared with sugar milk and spices iced beer being ueor his favorite drinks Fish too of every kind was to rhisytasto eels frogs and oysters occupying a prominent place in the royal bill of fare Frederick the Great was fond of highly seasoned meats and had a strong predilection for Italian or French made duties Itwas his habit during dinner to make pencil marks against the different items of the bill of fare to which he referred when conversing afterward with the maitre dhoteL When the Due dEscars and his royal master Louis XVIII were closeted together to talk over a dish the ministers were kept waiting in the antechamber and the next day this notice regularly appeared in the official Journals M ic Due dEscars a trdvalllc dims Ie cab- Inet It may be added that Louis XVIII had Invented the truffles a In puree ddrtolans and reluctant to preparedassisted by tho duke Another epicu rean of the first order was the Polish King Stanislaus Leszlnskl who invent ed many a new dish and vastly im proved the style of cooking astonish lug the Lorralnew among other things by having served up at his table dishes of meat with fruits both of which had been cooked tcgether Geese which bad been plucked when alive then whipped to death and inarinccs were set down In hIS bill of fare as foreign birds and after a somewhat similar fashion turkeys were transformed into coqs tie bruyeres and were served at the table buried under the strong smelling herbs of Lorraine One year was remarkable for the entire failure of the fruit crop but Stanislaus would not be deprived of his dessert for turning his attention to confectionery be substituted compositions of sugared vegetables especially of turnips Lon don Standard CASUAL PHILOSOPHY What one gona Itrto debt for ulnft times out of ten Is a luxury A man always making excuses leaves himself no time to make anything else Business based upon friendship threatens both friendship bused upon business strengthens both That man can best Igncre the enmity of those who dont understand him docsJfor mens souls than to pour balm luto their wounds not to mention that 1t costs less 5jIThe supreme court has not yet declipl is the weaker mail he who Is not able to sqs his oWn weakness or be who has mo faith in himself Fronr ait Intellectual point of view thai time of ones life is most wasted whcuhc tries in a spirit of dumb loy nlfy to admire all those things that are popularly considered ailiulrable iuc ccsiV n 31 w IfNiatIeWHf o VIT TIayy nwro PWii 1 = VCHESTNUT DARE L 1 r ODe tth9tt is nott Untried but a great and- 1 i uniform Ereeder J1 SChestnutDare will make the present season at my 33stnearSprinirfield at m 20 To Insure a Living Colt Chestnut sorrel 8 years old 16 hands one inch high a 1 large handsome saddle and harness horse stylish perfect in form in gaits and in action His size finish bone and I substance are such that will cross on our smallest mares Jproduce the highest type which the market demand IIJU dges of horseflesh have flattered him by saying he iis jest son of his famous sire His produce of two sea 11the have secured their share of first money in closely rings having met and defeated the progenyof g Isuch sires as Chester Dare 10 Ky Squirrel GoldjenGdy iGreatland and other Horsemen pronounced his ring of colts of last season bfetter than those given by the qvmers of such sires as Montgomery Chiefi and Highland Denmark VChestnut Dare was fired by the great Chester Dare i1st dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chief he by Mambrino Chief 11 2d dam by Black Hawk Chief 3d dam byBrink I DrennonVers 5 Consllering his breeding size style general confor matlon and his uniform show of colts I ask the patronage pf this and adjoining counties i iSi LEXINGTON PRINCEi Lexington Prince is 15i hands high sorrel with fine tmarie andtail a heavy and compact horse He is not only ggnation of Denmark and Cabells Lexington blood iiLexiIJgton Prince is by Red Prince sire of the cham e Thornton Star he by Second Jewel by Washington Denmark His first dam by Von Moltke by ICabells Lexington was a large bay handsome show mare inunder the saddle 2d dam by Lexington thoroughbred This horse comes highly recommended aSa breeder for fancy saddle and high acting horses f I IIToinsure a Living Colt My old well known mule Jack which has proven him self to beone of the best in the county for high priced mules willi l stand at 510 to Insure a Living Colt I g Also GRAY KING a dark gray Jack 15 hands 1 inch Ihigh very lengthy great weight and bone big feet good S headand ear and no better bred Jack for mules His sire a large blackJack by Imp Leon was a great mule Jack ii his dam is a very arge and fine Revelle jennet 8 TO g INSDRE A LIVING COLT I A cordial invitation is given to all to call and see gthisstock Season money is positively due when mares are traded oil parteawith or bred to other stock i iI y B B LEACHMANf R F D No 3 SPRINGFIELD KY iccw f 9 OOM qqqJJ TELESCOPES Vlie Difference netvrccn Reflecting Dud RefrnulltiK Kinds j A very pretty littli experiment which Jilustratos the two methods of forming corIollaJYtelescopes mIY be performed by any one who possesses a reading glass ant a magnifying hand micror In a room that is not too brightly Illuminated pin a sheet of white paper on the wall op posite to a window that by preference should face the north or away from the position of the sun Taking first the reading glass hold it between the win dow and the wall parallel to the sheet- S paper and a foot or more distant from the latter By moving it to null fro a little you will he able to findl a distance corresponding to the focal length of the uisnt which a picture of the window is formed on the paper This picture or Image will be upside down because the rays of light cross at the ocusBy moving the glass a little closer to the wall you will cause the picture of the window tb become Indistinct while a beautiful Image of the houses trees or othr objects cf the outdoor world beyond will be formed upon the paper We thus IcaVu that the distance of the image from the lens rles with the distance of the object whose image ICToriutMl In precisely a similar manner an linage Is formed at the focus of the object glass of a re fractlng telescope Take next your magnifying or concave mirror and detaching the sheet of paper from the wall hold It nearly in front of the mirror between the lat ter and the window When you have adjusted the Distance to the focal length of the mirror you will see an Image of the window projected on the paper By varying the distance as be lore you will be able to produce lit will pictures of nearer or more remote objects It Is in this waythaHnia ire formed at the focus of the mirror of reflecting telescope SUBMERGED GUNS The Experiment of Flrlnc n Cannon UnrJrd Under Water The most curious cx criment ever made with a piece of ordnance wan at Portsmouth England A stage woo eroded lu tie harbor within the tide mark On this an Armstrong gun of the 110 pound pattern was mounted The gun was then loaded null carefully aimed at a target all this of course during the time of low tide A few hpnnrlator when the gun and the tar get were both covered with water to a depth of six feet the gun was fired by t means or electricity We said ulineill at aMarget but the fIlets Ire that there were two targets hut only one was erected for this special experiment the other being the hull of an old yes sel the Griper which lay directly be hind the target and In rangeof the boll The target Itself was placedl only twcii tyflve feet from the muzzle of tlie gull It was composed of oak IIKUIW ami planks and was twentyone Inches thick In order to make the old Griper In threeI l orIbpllcritatesfeet of tho shot from the submerged linn was really startling Tho wooden target was piercedl throughmid ithrqHgbi and the boiler Iron target wa broken lntoplcce nUll driven Into JtT bnckIngMhe bull posing right ou through both sides of the vessel mak ing a huge bole through which the wa tter poured In torrents Taken altogeth er the experiment was mi entire sue cess demonstrating as It did the feasibility of placing submerged guns In harbors In time of war null doing great damage to tile vessels which nn enemy might dispatch to such points far tho aamb v g t u ou Commissioners Sale First PuffSvs Coleman Stigall c dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order CircuitCourt1000 in the above styled cause for the sum of flQOO with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the paidIshallproeedCourt House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY APRIL 23 1906 beingcountybest bidder atpublic auction upon a credit of six months the following described property towit or sufficient thereof moneyso Washingtonand Lincoln Run turnpike and bounded NoJinvsTCircuit Court Beginning at A a lateq35wsame thence N 421 E43 poles to C a thencedown sameinNo2v 2Ssame thence with line of same S 38 ofharnltoKtlencewithtQsameD a stake in the county road corner to said dower sameSJ i ne said B L LIt lS line thence withsaid Ijne N 48 E OOj poles to the be ginning containing 58 acres Note and interest 1C3267 Cost 4325 Totaltol be raised 107512 purIchai executeboudsbearingl of aleuntil paid and having the force willlJerequlrel1cOIplM G LEACHMAN M C W C C Tlie Snored Uo Tree On the nlsJil or Oct 7 1S87 the tree worshipers of Ceylon met with an Ir rdprtnible eiUamJty During one of the worst storing that ever niged oh the land thulc snered bo tree was thrown tlllscrIptiont ClJhlusI Itrb1Killb1 217i yours old when tilt storm umied j Its career on till date mentioned above SMftliiK tlxe flame It Is tlie custom or thu iKhoudd lu tha Madras presidency to otTer a buffalo lu sacriflce li sulistltutioi for the hu man victim but in doing so tiey make long apologies to the deity explaining thatt they themselves would wllllugly make the customary sacrifice but are prevented by the British government on whose fiend they pray that any lin ger nt their neglect of duty may bo visited Calcutta Englishman Vlir He Quit Did you read my novel CrltlcU3I Well I rend as far tthe chapter where tho hero was shot and then quitSbtttthieherorecOversin the nextOl rliateiawas nfraU he would4 Thats why a VSw r r saISHI N 0 t greatRtdE Goddard of Harrodsburg Ky qotowned in Springfield will make the season of 19 6 in charge of LD Baker the owner at the Fair Ground stables at 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Sunshine is a beautiful horse and can step a 30 shot with grace style i plctureshow horse that ever wore harness His breeding is superb by the championShowleading sire of high class road horsed and teams Sunshine is a full brother to Glorious Sunrise and Glorious Sunset the greatest pair in Kentucky His first darn byStitwooddam of Wilwood which sold for 3000 his second dam ib Balrosa by Balrosa Chief lIe by Mambrino Chief third dam Maggie Yantes by King Almont by Mambrino King and out of AlmOnt 4 dam Rolling mare 221 Harro1stusays in past His dam is the am of my sorrel pair that I sold lor 3750 and she is a very fine mare r10 hands high Besides this sorrel pair I sold another gelding out of her in a team for S300D To in ii Tbts A m wery SeveII1 soW 1pst bmotbs YC 10L25C FOLLOW THE FLAG Ch6 ap Colonists Hi tea lp Oregon Wasbington Montana British Columbia Nevada Uiah Wyoming New Mexico Arizona Colorado and California Points RQUND TRIP Home Setlcrs Exrurslo to many pgintsWcst Drop postal card for particulars PW GREENE D P A Wasbash R R Lcuisvlle Ky 1HOWES1 j 0gicjI v1MoCM tIJ- J4LASSZL Something New and entirely different from hold tyle Made in regular rQad inpr glasses and in near sightij d and far sighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old sty c uperior in every way We Guarantee them dad will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye trouble write usmentioning his paperand well tell you how to get a pair of Toricold Glasses that will relieve your rouble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky Trees Vines For the spring of 1906 the Blue Grass Nurseries t Lexing ton Ky ffera ML stock pf Fruit and Ornamentall treesj ISvergreen Shrubs Straiv berries Grape Vines Small Fiults JRhubarb Asparagus etc We employ no Agents Strawberry and General Cata logues on app ca ion t F UllLENMEER SONS I Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervoub ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discov cVgestloncombined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys pepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing pirifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the 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