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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1Erw pr I s S II 1N1893 J4 i isr if II I t 1 SERIESYOL XIH NO 16 y n- i WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 26 19061 t f O PER L YEAR l 11r ftil f TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTf Office over Havdon k Barber i rfntal wqijk atraasOnabe prices iA1l work guarantee d k SPRINGFIELD KY t J OUR DIRECTORY SptiNGFIEL1 county seat x f Wasldnrton COunty S2niflessoutI1 cast ot ixsxirigton 59 miles from Louisville on Bardstowc branch oi Louisville and Nashville railroad in a analnff and agricultural district TircrBamks telegraph and telephone tines express office flour pills lumber Y yard Population 1100 populatien of iottnty 15000 S Representative in Congress Hon D B femifh Hodgenville Ky Representative in Keutacky Legis lature Hon WD Clay Brooke iReprsclltativein State Senate lion Lancater Lebanon Ky- 4Iarry r County Directory CIRCUIT COURT begins on the fourth f dircnItjCourt ModaIbCUXY May ind Octo 7 IIJ TbnrfianJudge yI Durham A Commonwealth 4bociey JTM Campbell Clerk M G Lac man MastertJommlss Oer j r QUARTERLY COURT 1 Quarterly Court Uheld on the third v i Ijfonday in each mbntb 7 7B I Ltfsey Judge V COUNTY COURT County Ccurt meets on the fourth tfonday in etch mouth 1LitseyJUdge W F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney = George Catlett Jailer Sidney Oebourne Sheriff Sam Anderson H B Powell HerbertEddlemanX Deputiw Ed Masters IJames F Moore County Surveyor p T P OBryaa Assessor W T Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer j M Montgomery Coroner J W Bush Supt of Common Schools P O Springfield ff CITY COURT I ramp R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grlgsby City Attorney JUSTICE CbURT Jnotice Courts are held in January tApril July and October Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH RevG W Lyon Pastor Ser vice8l on the First and Thjrd SuudavsS Ineach month at 11 a m and t SundSch901 err uttday atl0am I i Prayer sneting every Wednesday aght CATHOWCICEURCH f Rev P P HennessaYj Pastor Ser a vices every Sunday at 8 and 10 clock atDDScrvices at StRoee same hours v t 4 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Wir Wai den Fur Sfiii 454cverySuudar PRESBYTERIANOHb CH Rev Ti timer Pastor v Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school every nnday t 10 am Prayer meetin very Thursday evening at 7 oVioQfe BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams phtl Preaching every Sunday at U aim and 745 pm Sunday School every Bundayat9a0 p m Prayer meeting v very Tuesday evening at 745oclock Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGS SpringfleuUodge v 5Wo 50 meets first and third Monday I ei each month Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets on very toarthlMonday KNIGHTS of THE MACASEKS Meet Ii c 1m- t FOLEYSHO- NEYAMDTAfl t e i frmtfs SiHfif limits FrsaaCId1 Remember the nam r Ftkys sty Mi Tar Insist I upon having the genuine T IK bI4s XfC Sl0 SPrid only by Fsffey Omonv Chic Fox site by Red Cross Drug y to v r 1 TsJT c THE News leader NEW uu btf ifotojtitt uu iffi frl ffiffiZ ROUND OF TALK ft I u M M MM An Aprill TrainpI rii j By Adellp Washer- Through meadows rich with spring lng grass SPat brbyn fields waiting for the I vborni Down win ing roads oer brambly paths My fet have vanderedsince the morn j Plump robins e epias I pass And challenge with the same old call So cheery in the early morn So plaintive whejn the shadows fall The woods are faintly blurred with green i Qn maple boughs the buds are red The earth is damp ben ath my feet But warm the sunshine overhead From swampy hollows near and far whitethroatediiinstrelslOfldlySingWhuleweetabove 51 hefthe wild birds music ring Pale blossoms nod a welcome gay Th willowtrees are tinged with gold At every step along my path I see some miracleunfold- Just now I stayedony feet to watch AJjutterfly break from its tomb And try the weak uncertain wngs That grew amid a prison gloom 1 follow up the brown bees flight The gurgling brooks lead meastray Behind me lies all work and care- Before me laughs a holiday RESPONSE1 The citi QUICK of SprJngfield are quick to respond to an appeal for aid and they can always be counted on to do about the right thing The news ot the errible1 disaster at San Francisco had noI sooner spread than itoccurred- to some good citizens of the town to take some action to join the great movement for the releif ofI the suffering victims of the earth quake arid fire which devastated San Francisco and other Cal fornia viowns Mfybr John W Lewis issued a proclamation calling a mass n eeting of the citizens at which a subscription was started which resulted in about 150 being donated This sum while not larks is certainly quite creditable coming as it does voluntarily from a few ofl the citizens of the town there being no attempt at anythirg like a tnvassbeing made i TAT ASHiKGtroif COUNTY GOL 4L1oyThe San Francisco disaster has called attnion the Colony of Washington cQunt toI people who have gone from here to live in and abput the Golden Gate city in reetear Nearly alL of the Wdshingtolcounty folks however have settled at Oakland which is across the bay frpra San Francisco and while suffering to some extent from tile effects p the eartbqu be did not experience much loss of life There waone exception among the ex Sp ingfleld people and for bis safety there are grave f ars Mr George Young the well known old carpenter and contractor went tothe Pacific coast everal years ago and was living in San Fiancisco Mr- Young was knovrn to uwell the heart of the destroyed district of San Francisco and as nothing has been heard from him it is feared bathe m 1yhaeI Vashing1lI pe Oakland are fir JF Rineharti and family Miss Annie Ray bourne Miss Amy Rineharfc James and Leri Edelen Frank Thompson Bdrr Begley and Tom Thompson aral family Arcbi Mays lives at Berkley another suburb and Hugh Ham ilton lleft San Francisco about three weeks beore the disaster for Redwood a short distance away where he1sliJ ing cr OAROE There jis a grati f 4O Ilyingnegro loafer about town llately The word has gone forth among that element that nOmore loaf protl to the tal timber to loaf or has g me to JortThere is now and ofI work for abl bodied men who tare willing ldwor1rFaTn1t la borers areV lways in demand and there ha been employmenttJ for mechanic of all kinds in andl about Springfield for the paste sever alyearSi The city officio s J will do a commendable thing to see to it tliat the law against vagrancy iis strictly enforced Thereis no excuse for loafing in these busy times and every man should be required to give an account of himself Is TDB HOOD Mato Science has pro en that the noon ha an atmosphere which makes liie iu some form possible on1 that satellite but njt for bu man beings whO hfave a hard enough time on thisearthf f ours espncially Chose wn dont know that Electric Bitters cure Hear acbe Billiousness MalarinChm and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Unequalled as a general Tonic and Appetizer fpr weak persons and especially for the aged It induces sound sleep Fuliy guaranteed by C J Haydpn Price only 50c Had A Narrow Escape C C Brown who lives atrLeba non but who has considerable business interests in this country had a narrow escape from dro ivning in iheBgech Fork at Rapiers ford last Frfdiy says the New Haven Echo Be was horseback and attemptse tojcross the ford when his horse stumbled and fell throwing Mr Brown into the waiter Ha and his horse drifted down with the current MrWm Greenwell who lives pear New Haven but who is cultivating some ground in that section saw Mr Browns peiylland rushed to his 4escueHe called to him to swim to some brush wood and to hold toit uriti he could get to him This be did until Mr Greeawel could go into the river and get both rider and horse nit Vfr Brown had lost consciousness and had to5 be worked with some Uraf before he was revived Mr Green wells rare presence of mind came in well and he iis to be congratulated for his heroic work Standard Dont dnur the Hty macb to cure a coiih One MInut Cough Cure cust the mucue drab the iinflammation out of the throat lungs and brbnrbjal tube heals soQthes and Cures A quick cure for croup and whooping cough Its constantly increasing use for many years tells of the fa its absolute uesfulness Sold bytofI Haydon Mr John McChord who has for the past twentyeight years been one of the local attorneys for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company has resigned the position and in the future will not be connected with the railroad i company He his announced that he wilL hereafter devote ail of his time to his general practice Mr McOhord and Maj J Lisle were the local legal representatives if the Xouisvile and Nashville Railroad Company for many years However about one yeai ago Maj W J Lsle resigned and since that timcthe company has been represeted by Mr McChord and Mr VT IV Spaldiog whQ is als t County Attorney of Marion County It jis not known who will be appointed to succeed M Me Chord Enterprise THE TEXAS WONDER Cures al Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 D- rEWHil1 2028 rkMiro oir nt St Louis Sind for Kentucky testimonials FaikdtoEsciieS Miles colored was 11Dve Monday at Woodlawn Sheriff RL Hagan on two felony charges stealing turkeys and chickens from Mesrs SA Humphrey and John R Weakly of Bloomfield Decomber 1905 The two war 1iri rants had been in the hands of Sheriff since the last term of Circuit Court and last Tuesday Deputy Sheriff Hagan was attending a sate at vVcodlawn and white there Miles appeared Be was taken into custody at cnce and was being conveyed iitheii Times the negro loaped through the window of the car which as raised to give air j The train was running about fifteen or twenty miles per hour and the attempted escape in this manner WAS unexpected The prisoner sailed like a bird and landed on his shoulder and head and was whirled over by the motion ofI the train breaking one leg and dislocatng a hip Hfealso suffered j a wound in the left side Wnen the train was stopped and rutfj back Miles was found in anI unconscious condition but he Iwaslanded in jail were his rounds were dressed ard he is now improving Standard Pffat1ll Folevs HOn31 and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar manvimitatlons are offered forth genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse ant sub stuutf 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 prug St re Steve Thompsons Opening Mr S B Thompson and wife opened the Veranda Hotel to the public Monday evening with prbspects of a good business The city administration was present as special guests and the way to the dining room was lead by M yor 0 D Ta inis a com paoitct by Councilmen Ward Ed nnnds S A Npe A Kelly B JJ Mattingly Hush Murrey J T Carter Police Judge John R Thomas City Attorney H S McElroy and City Clerk R D Thornbury followed by twenty seven others While ihe meal was not very elaboratj it w is one of the best prepared it htc ever been our peasure to jJar take of After supper thOse present were shown through the building and miny favorablf comments were heard concerning the excellent furniture und neat appearances of every do partraent Falcon Will Iliiieresl Many Every person should know that good health is impossible if the kin neys are deranged Foley sKidtey Cure wil euue kidney and bladner disease in very form and wil build up and strengthen these organs so they will perforu their functions properly No danger of B tights disease or diabetesit Foldys Kidney Cure is taken in tme Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stcre MOOR SILLE Several of our people took in county court last Monday Messrs Owenand John Ellis visited their sisteri Mrs Tea Hardin at Blcorafleld last Sunday Mr Jeff Smith and GeoIMc Andrew visited near tligh Grove last Saturday and Sunday Mr Sam Yeager a prominent business man of Willisburg and Miss Ollie Yancev of Louisville e emarriEdatthe latter pace llast week and are now visiting the brides parentr Mr and Mrs W H Yancey and her sister irs Bernard Wall at this piace Mr EJ Moore will wind up sawing at Mr Irvin Manns this eek and remove on ihe farm of Jphn A Tucker frP J Cull and family vii ted Mrfand Mrs Jas Cull last SundayIV O Ellis mae his deliveiy of trees last Monday and is now ready to takesale orders SomQi of our farmers lIa commenced plantingcom veI he outlook there will be a large Acreage of tobacco put out this time I 4 rand Mrs H C Offutt Mr and Mrs Will Moore of Bpokpr nsited Mr and Mrs W H Roblit last Sunday Miss Etta Mattingly is lying hopelessly ill of lyphoid fever The mumps issll witus every1dayl through with the victims otio1 Dyspepsia i I GHPO Upsts what YGf eatI t RELIEF fUNDJ Springfield Citizens Contrib ute to the Fund for th Earthquake Suf ferers At amass meeting of the citi zens of Springfield Ky j held at the Court House pursuant to a Prccamation of tbe Hon TW Lewis Mayor of the city 4the following resolution was offered and unanimouslyadopted t Wherea j the citizens of Springfield Ky ihave leanied wi h profound sorrow of the tterrible misfortune which his come to the Gitizens of San Francisco and other cities of the Pacific Coast rendering many tbousatd people destitute and homeless and are now suffering for the necessaries of life and wheieas we desire to assist io releiving those unfortutie people it is therefore Res Ived That committee be appointed to secure contribu tions for said purpose and t e committee is directed to have a subscription list left with eac of the Banks in Springfield KyhI that everyone may have an opportunity to contribute to this worthy purpose We tbeundersuned contribute the amounts opposite our names Name Amount John W Lewis 7 5 00 B L Litsey Y 500 WC McOnord 10 00 U J Haydon 500 McE roy Shu tz v 5 00 A Cunninshlm 5 00 Rjbertso Bros iq 00 Hay don DTQr 5 00 G undy Mcjutire 5 00 J1c Simis 5 00 V iP Booker Jt1 5 00 mJok Hayd n 5 00 Conrad Her lein 2 50 McE roy Bros 4 00 Gco E Aiedley 25Q Wells Bros t 2 00 J JG avesvx 250 J W Hgpl- ohnson 2 50 Mccabe 100 John C Shader 1 0- 0CamronTIiowpsn 150 1uaiey Rileyd 5 00 J F GreeneS 1 00 IrvineMcEloyil L 1 00 Ben F Simms 5 00 Miss Mattie Brow 1 50 WA Waters Jr 1 00 tJ Thomas r H j 50 J W Reide 1 00 Robert Noe 1 00 AC Kimballsf 50 W E Selecmn I Od J J McCabe d 100 Drs RoBirdsS Hyatt 2 50 G CWhartonS 5 00 j S McElroy 2 50 W L McClelian t 1 00 Mrs C R McElroy 50 W F Grigsby 1 OQ 5A Ctaucc tor SatlsfactIJn If you ever bought a box of Witch Hazel Salve thot failed to ffive satis faction the chaucea are it did not have the name E C DeWitt Co pribted on the wrapper and pressed in the box The original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve never fails to give satisfaction for burnS sores boils tetter cracked bauds etc For blind bleeding itching and protrtd ing Piles it affords amost immediate relief It stops the pain Sold by CJ Hoydon Strange Pillow With a onehundrdd 1o lar bill for a pillow and bedclothes made of a llarge number of fives tens anl twenties MOrriS DoylP1I h rse trader who li Mill street was sloping the sleep Pale Thin- Nervous Then your blood must be in a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take itAyers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know- what he will say about this grand old family medicine TlIII It the tint question your doctor would mk Are your bowels regular He knows thai action ot the bowels IVbapIuiT actinanddoses of Ayer L- 11lVI b7Ta Ayw OOLown- AlIO tttM ruaoflkoturer or T0rGI J RY PECT- OWLwe J have no secrets Wo publish formulas of all our medicines iTi 5 of the just last night in a hallway on Fifth near plum street when he was suddenly awakened by Patrolmen Lubn and Dwire and hustled off to the firjt District Police Stationto be locked up forsafekeeping The policemen were walking down Fiithstreetwhen theirattention was atracted by strenuous nores that issued from a hallway Dark lanterns were immediately brought intoplay and Doyles sleeping form was quitehelplessthat he Ought to Jiave a warmer bQd for the night While they were endeavoring to awaken him sufficiently to permit his Removal to the palrd that was andlDcaused their eyes to literally pop out of the sockets Bank notes were scattered all aboutj the hallway D yles hpad vsl hJcharmedend lives were used as bedding and a sheet The horse iraderi hud evideatly emptiea his overadeo pockets of bihsof nil denomi nations before retiring The policemen finally awaksutd the sle ping Croesus ard thenj thev crefaly scooped tup his valuable bed Doyle was sent 10 police headpuarters and theie1 Lieutenant Watson counted the sum of 845 most of it being i i in- S 5i and 10 bills the wrapper for whch had evilenty been thl luO note Doyle bad used iii lieu of a pillow Cincinnati rEnquirer Men PESt Sixiyin Danser More than half of mankind over sixty year of age suffer from kidney arid bladder disorders ushallj enlargement of prostate gland To is if bbth painful and dangerous und Foley Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger and it cor recs irregularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney Birnett Rockport Md Vritesil sullered with erilargeO prosate gland and kidnev trouble for yarsand after taking two bottles of Foleyd Kidney Cure If eel better tban I havefor tventy year although am now 9 years old free Trip To Louisvill The Retail Merchants Associa tion of Louisville win refund in cash o one of town cusomers the cost of out round trip tickets based on a one and one third fare on the following datesAril 2nd to 14th May J7th to 19th June 11th to 16th For particulars address J y Beckmann Manager Retail Merchenis Association Urbin Bldg Lpuisyille Ky fqQS for HatchlHq Mrs R A Mcl 1tire Spring held Ky RI DNo 2 ha eggs from pure bred B PHociis and S C Bufff Orpingtps fpr sale at 1 per 15 v33ma v The DarkIn A battle of bulletsoccurred5n the rear of Barnwells saloonial an early hour Wednesday mqro ing between pfflcer J T Mfet tingly and an unknown burglar The officer escaped without injury and so fiyas is known none of the shots Qredbythe officer took effect The police are now working on a clue which they think win ultimately llead to the arr st of the burglar About three oclock Wednes day morning whjlo near the coal office of J W Crume Bro on Depot street Officer Mattingly heard an unusual noise intherearof Barawiils place He listened for a jFew moments and came to the Con JIingbuilding He hurried to Water street and passing yp by the ardiwherThe man was still at work at the window In behind the build ins it was very dark rendering impossible for one to see but a few feet in front of himRe membering that some one usually s ept in the building the officer called out askir g who it wait the window immediately a number of shuts rang out lMrs Ma tingly did not sde the burglar exceptlrom the Hash of his pisto but he returned the fire shooting 5n the direction of Tfh re the man Stood The 0 SUBSCRJ1JON LOOAYlt ItlUflflflliz = SPRINGFIELD If I 5yi7 i ttS RoyI11 aakibf Powder Absolutely 1 Pure h Macfe fromCPare Grape Crew6fTMfi In baking powder Royal is the standtrd ths 1 powder of highest reputation found by t1s United States Government tests of gfrcatcit purityIt v food more healthful and ptkt able and is most economical practical use Housekeepers are sometimes imf brty ned to buy alum powders because they are cheap Yet some of the cheapest made powders are sold tp priceHousekeepers think Is k y chapcesthe questioned Is it economy to spoil your digestion by an alumphosphate or other adultcred ipowdcr to save a few pennies V I c r 0 ROYAL BAKING POWDERcONEW VOHK = p t obbcr escaped running down Tordin tuwafd Depot street Be vas of average height and wore is the officer thought a light u t of clothes He vas unable to state Whether the than was whi e ct colored Two of the iron bars across he window in the rear of the saloon had been taken off by the burglar wbo would in a short time Lave gained an entrance to the buuldingEoterprise Eggs E gs 4 C KimbalL has for sale Wuije Wyandottes White Ply Tjouth Rock Sipgle Comb Brown Leghorn eggs at 75 cents for 15 5 Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of function Jjty KtheJ only company in he State that makes auy claim tl paying its losses iri CuUlyr HAUGHTY CHINL nee Called Ehglsnd arf Obccura Cor ncr In tho Wilderncse In the message sent by the cm ress of China to King George ilL here appears this passage Thc stores of goods at the Ce cstial court are plenteously abunt dant There is nothing but what iir possessed so that there is really no uecdfor the prpdnceof outer bar barians ill order tto balance supply and demand However as the tcaI silk and porcelain produced by the Celestial urt are indispensable ob jets to tliti diirereut states of En rope und to thy kingdomi ior this reuson we have in our grace and Jfonuniscraticm established the fof ign hongs at Macao in order that til daily needs may be duly sup plied and every one shate in our superfluous riches But now thine envoys have made considerable de mands over and above what is pro vided by iixed precedent in such vrsb as to run seriously counter1 to the principle of recognizing the jountjVof the Celestial court to dis tant men and its nurturing care of the different barbarians MoreOver the Celestial court exercises con irplling supcrvision over all countries and is benevolent to each in an equal degree For instance those trading in Canton province 3o riot come from the kingdom of England alone If they were all to come clamoring in the same way arid wmtorily to pester us with r questS in Xssible to concede in this tty1ei hit to be sypposed thatwc could always go out of our way to grant them Komembcriiig however that thy Icingdonioccup5es an obscure cOrner in the distant wUdcrnessand is far removed from usJtvoccan upon eccau also that thou art naturally snvefcrcd in the political etiquette of the Celestial courts we for this ronson commanded our ministers to nakc all this plahfto thine envoys instruct thcr nitride and dismiss them back to their country Buf fearing that thine envoys o their return hqlnc may fail to prfisent iiatters thoroughly to thee we again take up their requests one byone tud prepare these further com ahjb for thy particular instruc- on opining thou vilt be clue JiJ rasp oiir meaning1 4 WilJing taC miss An Vnglislinian a rdinner once ed n tale of a tigerJte had shnF 11Seu t f iiom siiot vi= F gatery nef was astonished but mo one ventured to insinuate a doubt of thetruth of f the story Presently a Scotahaufm fold his tale He had once Cftagki a r fish which he said he was unable to pull in alone managing onlyto laid it at last wif h the aid of six friei s Ifc Was a skate and it covered two acres Silence followed this recital tqrin which the offended Eaghsh man left the table The ho t fol lowed After returaiag Be said to t Scotchman r Sir you Jtave iHT Ithe my friend Yoa must apolp I dinna insoolt him said tthe Scot Yes you did with your two acre fish story You mast apologize tWellsaid the offeoder slowly with the air of one iiakjaga f great concession tell him if he will ttf take tten feet oft that tiger I will see I what I con do withthe fish j Why Sw miMfWHS Fail YoQtry hard to kecpyour MO1ItJ 1t closed but the water soratfeow will find a way fnto your mouth ad jio trils A beginner always draws in his breath jut at the mom Ht he Jstrikes out This iinsures the get ting his mouth and nostrils full otf voter at once and acollap eis iaev ilable If you will remember to tike hrcath between the stroke aHj1 rill be well Quite naturally when tt von draw your knees outward for + he kick you willjnhale aad jwt as urcly as your feet are thrust frwa fouwill you expel the air ftoysar tings Knowledge on the Maaafe acnt of the breath will wHli JthatJ 0 k HeHaP4stLtIt 1 A Lo don bus drivers Mdc 0J tt Igh Obornr says a wriWr iIlEearsohs Weekly till tfce pawE gr on the seat behind kim eWAA JF no longer resist tht te m Utism to make a joke j Excuse mew said the pauusr TBut havent you droWid iethings v T1 sec wot yeureskimf at turned the driver ketly Hbet JitWa mind I shall tit lip wkcii w get to Hoxf oriffcfc Paidsid 5Who is that distiaa le1c1 jug nina asked the ItrDrer t Dot man saved me a fOo4 4iat- of trouble oiicc replied Ths mail on the corner lie imterraysitil Tt nie 4n de ikefa i3Mpc and V HAb I see Ye were at4 E lay something iiMDfsjyttr a dr I f Now I 1 wuz in it iMsie tsiMyi in he wu governor f k tite at H le thncrPhiladelpLer lP lFnthcrir who was home fraai Kheol 5Jt lmust net take Ofeai if Uw Msij ilocs not suit mev I feeltWJIiIf Italents demand a bisdr IeWJtk Thats lucky my oyjtt 1 I credit ez well Yell be tiekldl ive DMP t sa iisai nowthet tectiora of lu U n sa I lit the fences isterei etety f s placell tojAt e wiit if t TSye kin turn la sa hmthi jt hearts coateiit lfi uIItf fraiu llA i1i Did you atr4sconsequence M MMfMi r Iqtured the If yiA 4 oi Yesl 2pli 3it lifiett h tercit Ak if had Jfaltie wr ywt wouldnt c1ayIf r l I da ih bist I uli Bttte f said th pthoar maderfrr Itt J three p1ic nien llli Vfsttibden c to gft me into thjwfro wagon I J THE NEWSLEADER PVILID IUY TZUMDAY tlA YEAR IIN ADVANCE A SPIIINGFIELDKY E LDAYISQNiJr Leeftlnor bi fnwk DUce 10 cents per icb subsequent InserUoB Calls candidates and political matter cpei line geb w rk Is done at low rates bot cash fit inii M cfllitjj cTptics AnrtLslg contracts made on liberal er fff tMItiarSes and resolutions of respect f eat perUse unrOOlfnDalfTS Ot itriNdtratM 1350 Ostrie OMees KOO THURSDAY APRIL 26 1906 I f iWeare authorized to Robert N arlnounceI as ia candidate for the of the Washington Circuit Court I Subject to the action of the Demo cratic party VaIJyHiII As farm work hss been pushed yrgorbusly the pas wejEjkv visit log and trading iiVathingi of the past Norval and Leo Hardee cf Louisville are visitinE their grandmother Mrs J M Lair of tbisplace Benedict Janes and wife ofinear here visited M D Reed and wife Saturday and Sunday Harry Derringer and wife visi ted relatives near Mooresville Saturday and Sunday IBB Moran of near Litsey and El Pinkston pent Sunday at Elm Hill 1 WIN Minnie Mattirgly the charming daughter of Mr Bob haltingly of near Springfield accompanied by her brother visited relatives in this section SundyIJ Hj McClure of Springfield recently purchased two tine brood sows from S P Derringer at 50Mrs Marion Strange of Mooresville visitedi relatives in this sec ion Monday Tfie mump scare has subsided in this section and sore ej es are taking its place- Montgomery Co boughtt of BbP Deriingera bunch of hogs at 6c Shipped Saturday rt Mr and Mrs Sabe Hardin attended a birthday feast at Mr Kays near Polin Sunday Mrs Thos Baker and daugh tar of near Willisburg were jn our midst Saturday Edith the little daughter of Bcrtus Pinkston fell on a por tin of a broken bottle Saturday inflicting a very painful wound about an inch and a half Ions in the palm of her hand However it is not considered serious A very valuable cow belong ingto Ed Pinkston die d Friday- irom founder The Hillaboro correspondent seems to welcoae our letter by the flatering rtmark made in the last issqet of which weare justly pr udand in return I wish to say thdt we would be lost 4 without the letter from that place I Mrs John Brady of Covington is visiting relatives in this sec tion this veek- Yankey Co shipped a car load of hogs from this station Saturday Dr Bellbaum and wife of your town were in our midst Sunday viewing the country Miss Pearl Goatley of this place Is teaching school at Maud Miss PtarJ iis a very efficieut in structor and they are llucky in securing her as mistress of their school Owing toalack of ruin the ground in this sectipn is becom ing hard and toe farmers wil be compelled to quit powing until a rain comes which will probably cause farm work to cease is rapid progress Oats that have been Sown lately with grass sfedarealfo needing agood rain to start them to gi ow f UNO G eitRea For SDri Living indcors so much during the stufIfVvatblood and syfleni jrencrally Clean up JlOd get ready for sprirg Take a few Early E hers These famous littlfl plncteansthe liver stomach and bowls and give the blood a cuance to purify itself They relieve head achesallow complexion etc Sold by C jAaydon For Sale t Full leather top rubbed tire buggy in first c1ass condition- Al o set of harness I MWRYAT KILLTHE COUCH J AW CURE THE LUNGS WlTtOrKings wIJjsCOYIIJ fenuMPTItN asfiurn j CMIII aid Ff f TrW f allXEBOAVr UM or3COinrr JL40Z vi 1IN Scru svllle The news of the terrible disaster which has fallen upon the once proud and great city ot San Francisco casts a1 gloom over oui little village as two of our citizens Messrs M vand R J Crouch have a brother John J Crouch there who went fom here several years Also Mrs W M Baker and Mrs ff T Scruggs have a riephew Mcrtdith Crouch who went from Missouri to that city the first of April and they are in great anxietY lest these have fallen victims in this great cal mitt Messrs Jas Hansby and John MatUngfy and Miss Sallie K Uendron isited Miss Mabel Keeling Saturday and Sunday at her home near Chaplin R B Scruggs spent last week in Louisville Ed Yocom and wife apd little daughter Martha of JNIoores ville were guests of Mr R S Hardins family last Saturday Rev Summers of Georgetown was recalled to the pastorate of Rock Bridge again fut another year Mr ndMrs J HJ Gordon were in your town shopping one day last week The little son of Mr and Mrs Hardin is not much improved at this writing Muter Willie Mattingly who bisgrandparentsI Little Miss Nora Trent of JPulliam viiited Miss Ollie Crouch last week f Steve Baker and wife visited the tatters parents nearBrush Grove Saturday and Sunday a T Scruggs was the guest of I M Lyncn of yourlown last jWj E P Beds letter very much last week It was very iustrnctiveas well as interesting as it presented some historical facts MIStLETOE Grow Sron llkw Norhing will relieve Indigestion that is not a thoroughl digestant Kodoll Dyspepsia Cure divests what you eat and allows the tumach to rest recuperate grow strong again A few doses of Kod l after meals will soon restore tbeb mach and digslive organs to a full perjcrm adce af their functions natnrolly and bring health and strength Sold by C J Havdon Mackvllle tAll who like to work have been very busy with their spring work takin advantage of the ieliguttul weather we have had this month Rev Walker is attending the District Conference of the M E church at London Ky this week Mrs Faulkner of Newcastle is spending awhile with her daughter Mrs P Walker who has been quite sick but is now convalescent Mrs Sue Sweeny name home last Friday from Springfield after spending some time with her niece Mrs C Mt Tumey Mr and Mrs G W Camden visited the family of Mr George Shewmaker at Cprmshville last Saturday Jph n Cochran of Dentbn Texasj arrived a few days ago to be present at the bedside of his mother Mrs Susan Mayes who has been seriously ii but at this writing sbe is much better and tbefe are hopes of her recovery Mrs Harriet Bush who has been confined to her bed for several months is now able to be out again Mrs Ben Powell is not very much improvocl at this writing John Harmon is preparing to build a new dwelling on his lot in t1wnDied her home near Battle Mrs Robert Carrier She bad been ill for som time of consumption Celia Raybourn a well known and respected colored woman died at her home near tins place last week Fjmeral service were held at the A M E church at this Pace I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravelor stones with excruciating pain says A ill Thames a well known coal operator pf Buffalo O II I got no relief jfronr mediclne until I begin taking Foleys Kidney Cure tnen the result wjis surprising A few doses started thebrickdust like sub stance and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man gOOd1ooleysjoam of kidney or bladder diseases Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Iiif Mt ZIon Echoes lMrs Jas Hood was in Bloom field Monday hoqping r Mrs R Mr Graham of Louis yule who has 6een visiting her i spendingMrs McKay in Bloomtield j ijISue and Mary Williams who spentSatcrdayparents MrJand Mrs J B Williams of laidway Mrs Maggie Lyddane and children of Mooresville visited her daughter Mrs William Ed dleinan Sunday r Mesdames Russell awl Bonta were called to Harrodsburg by I therserioas illness of their sister Mrs Julia Neff Mr and Mrs G W Sutber Iap4 spent Sunday with tMr Robert Clark and family of Chaplin Fork Mrs Emma Neale entertained her Sunday School class Satur day afternoon THE TATTLERS 0 Docs It do ART GOOd What good does it do you to eat if your stomaCh fails to digest the food None It dose you harm causes belI ching sour stomach etc When DyspepIaiasweet Kodoll is thorough digestant and will afford relief from any disor derdue to imperfect t1gestant or mat assimilation a Sold by C J Haydon Forest View I have seen nothing from this quiet little village for quite awhile and if I were not a resi dent I would think that it tied passed out of existence Miss Dollie Horn who has been visiting iu Marion county has returned to this vicinity and is we learn preparing to go to her home at Joplin Mo in the near future John Hamilton who went to Louisville to engage in business found that city life did not agree with his health has returned home and rented Mr Thoma3 Wests farm and will plow an other season and cultivate to baccoMr Lee Smith and fanily spent Sunday with their aunt Mrs Pius Nally Eddie Osborn had a very fine horse to get badly cut up In a wire fence last wfek The dis temper is raging am ng the horses and mules Several are not exp cted to live To of our blacksmth shops have closed We would be glad to haye one smith that would work at least three months Mr Lee Osbourne has a grist mill just up on Shephards Run and is making fine meal A ec Thompson is in our midst doing excellent work that nor everyone can accomplish We wish him success SPRING CATARRH Red Cross Drug Store Sell Hyomel Under Guarantee of Cure The changeable weather tf Spring is directly responsible for the prevalence of catarrhal troubles in Springfield at the present time As a result The Red cross Drugs Store had a larger sale for Hyomei the past week then ever before in the years that thffy have handled this reliable treatment ft r the cure of ctarrhSUnlik the ordinary remedies that have been used in catarrh troubles there is no stomach dosing with Hyomei It iis breathed throught a neat pocket iinhaler that comes wih every outfit and its balsomic antiseptic healing penenetrates to the most remote cells of the nose throat and lungs killing all citarrhal gei ms healingthe irritatPd mucous membrane and effecting a c mplete and permanent cure If there is a single catarrhal germ iu the system Hyomei will search it out and absolutely destroy completly eradicating the troble The remedy has made so many cures amoiigso many cures among The Red cross Drugs Store customer that itheyofftr to pay for it themselves if it does not benefit even the worst case of catarrh The complete outfit costs only cons sting 6f an inhaler 11 dimne dropper and bottle lof dyomi while exttra bottles for150censdoes not cure as The Red cross Drugs store will return your money Is TUB MaMefl Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere which makes nIP in some form possible huIenough time on this eap6hpf OUTS espncially those wuo ri know th Electric Bitters cure Hen aChe Billiousness Malarin Chill and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Unequalledasa for weak persons and e pecially for the aged It induces sound seep Ful guaranteed by C J Haydon Price only 50c Eggs Egs A C Kimball Jhas for sale Whie VyadtisyIiite Ply mouth Rock Single Gorab Brown leghorn eggs at 7p e bls for 15 ACROSTICS AND ANAGRAMS They Have Been Known Since the Day of the Psalmist We find that the acrostic is the most ancient form of puzzling mankind Acrostic is Greek for a number of verses the first letters of which form a word sometimes a name and sometimes a sentence The final Better may form a word or as Addison tells us the letters will even run down the center of the verses as a seam The Hebrew poets often made their verses run over the entire alphabet Twelve of the psalms are written on tills plan the most notable being the One Hiudred andNiueteenth This has twentytwodi visions or stanzas corresponding to the twent two letters of the Hebrew al eigbtIlet In the stanza original Hebrew begins with the letter aleph the second commences with beth the third withjgimelaiid so on through flhe alphabet The English divisions of the psalms are called rafter the Hebrew let terthat began tile couplets It was also customary to compose verses or sfluved subjects after the fashion of lIe bv acrostics This was done with a vl wto aid memory and such pieces were called abcedarian hymns The riddle is also of ancient origin The Proverbs of the Bible or sayings attributed to Solomon are often in the form of riddles Was It not the queen of Sheba who proposed riddles to Solo mont The Koran the scriptural book of the Mohammedans also contains rid dies as do some books now In exist ence written in Arabic and Persian The ancient Egyptians also propound ed riddles and one of the severr wise men of Greece who lived in the sixth century B C was celebrated for his riddles in verse Homer the Greek poet according to a statement in Plu tarch died of vexation at not being able cto solve a riddle In the middle ages riddlea were encouraged for amusement on winter nights In the baronial hall and also in the monastery In later days some of the most brilliantt men of letters contributed to the list of anagram transposition of the letters In words or sentences way much in vogue In Greece In the olden times The Cabalists or Jewish doctors thought that the anagram always pointed out ambos destiny and if his name written backward or transposed In any way spelled a word with mean lug they firmly believed It a revelation The flatterers of James t of England proved his right to the Brjtlsh mon archy as the descendant of the mythical King Arthur from his name Charles James Stuart which becomo claims Arthurs sent The best ana grams are those which have in the new order of letters soine signification appropriate to that from which they are formed When Pilntensked Quit est vcrltas What is truth1 he prob ably had no idea that his question ati7 swered itself but It did The transposition made It Est vlrqul adest li is the man who is here Anagram were written as early as 2oOB c ant their name comes from the Greek words nun backward and gramma writing r Where the Latlr Wall Going An official of a New England road told the following The ticket agents theRoston ofllcr of our road are greatly troubled by patrons who when wishing to purchase tickets lay down a coin anti neither tell where they lire going not how many tickets tliey wIntfThisne cessitates one or more questions on th part of the patient agent One day n little elderly lady approached the wIn- dow of the oflice placing a large and ly umbrella on the slab and aftci fumbling nervously In her pocketbook pulled out a quarter and laid it doW without a word to the ticket seller Where are you going madam ask ed the ticket agent Oh Im going to the doctor was the tremulous reply An Apt mull A professor who when asked a quos tion was In the habit of saying Thai Is a very good p int indeed Look it uj for yourself was once much disgust ed with a student who had failed U answer IUelJ simple question ilr Jones said he Im surprised thai you who are going to teach cannot answer such an elementary question Why what would you do if one of youi pupils were to ask It Well professor replied the Other If such a thin had happened before I came here In afraid would have said plainly thaf didnt know but now I think Id do just as you do and say Look It up my boy look it up No Procrastination Hthel he whispered will you marry wer 1 dont know Charles she replied coyly Well when you find out he said rising send me word will you shall be at Mabel Hicks until 10 oclock If I dont hear from you by 10 Im going to akk herLondon Tit IBlts SlmpIUltr am convinced both by faith and experience that to maintain oneself on this earth lIs not a hardship but a pastime It we will live simply and wisely as the pursuits of the simpler nations are still the sports of the inor artificial Thoreau I IStCn Rcniionalilc correct garb for a stIr goon about to perform an operationi uA cutaway I suintose Minneapo lis Tribune I will not be concerned at mens not knowing me I wUlbi cpuccrtietl at own want of ability Confucius ITHE BANK Qr ENGLAND Hidden Guards Always Watch Those Who Enter or Leave Thousands swarm past ite portals every week day Jour never suspect ing the presence of two incii who are invisible yet who are so close to the traffic of the street that they might almost arrest the passing pe destrinnsithoutstreteheJhuIH1 These two men ave detective offi cers of the city police and front 0 oclock in the morning till the hank closes they rievdr leave their pots at least not together If one lies occasion to be ahsent for moment the other always remains but gen emily speaking they face each other the whole day lpng Why are they there The explana tion is that there is never any knowing when they may be wanted There is a species of gentry io whom the Bank of England is always prime game Bank note again for various good reasons arc aFways being stopped and there hi never g niQiaenjfc when aJi2ERcJi the new nippedin A different modelfor aach different sort of figure start 100 Sold b- yRobertson Bros flute muy not a shady character When this happensI one of the alert watchers appears in the note room as if by magic As has been already said they are rarely seen until they are want ed In the wall which divides the main entrance into two portals is constructed a sitting box of joinery and glass and here facing each other in constant readiness the two officers sit throughout the day The one with his back toward the street can observe every person who leaves the bank whether on his right and or on his left The other with his face toward the street can similarly see every person who enteri through the gates But neither in oner nor outgocr carji see the two watchers until he comes almost abreast of the box It is when the clock of the Royal Exchange strikes 3 prn heralding the last hour of business that the officers are most alert for it is in flic bustle of the last hour especial yor the last half hour that any liing may happen One rogue may hope to pass a topped note a second may attempt to pass a forgery a third may be looking fpr an opportunity to whip- ff with somebodys cash bag and a fourth may try to loaf unobserved until the doors are closed in the hope of a chance torinakVa haul st Louis GlobeDemocrat 1Ove His Limit t Marshall Field of Chicago was a kIndly man and never intentionally- 3aid anything that would cause pair TroyFiIllesraisiflg Field spoke ill of no one and when his opinionh opinion wits asked ofa person and quaint way that its sting would be quite lost Once at a dinner I the conversational talent ot- a man across the table I said to Mr Field Do you know him r 1 have met him the other unswere Well he jjn clever chap said tTie can talk brilliantly for an hour at a strcteh3 Then when I met Jiim said Mr Field j it niust have been at the beginning of tlie second hous tHow He Won Him Tommy said Mrs Blimbcr to tier eldest hopeful Pass the Itev Mr Todgers a potato Tommy seized the potato between a thumb and linger and before his mother could utter a horrifiedre nonstrance he hind tossed it across the table and squarely into the ood mans lap e Judgihcnl cried Tommy One strikequoth the good nian Tommy leave the table shriek his mQther Madaml said the pastor do sot jwlge hint harshly Sec how tKtimifnlly he put the sphere lover the plate And now there isnt a n10reearJnest worker in all the school than that sumo Master Tom RICHARD BURBAGE iTt n Great Actor and Shake Niicnrvn IrudliiB Star t March 10 1U1S or lOlt CIchnrd Qur nise player died at Shorpdltoh J qn Ion The first of the great English tnigle Hctow urbnge wua In every way worthy to heaxl the lout roll of Eng lands famous players The son of an actor the friend tint companion qf ijhakespenrc it was through hint that ninny of the hcroun ot the drauiaist prut spoke to the eager pinygoers who thronged the Globe theater lie was the original of Uomeo flnmiet Luar Othollo Machcth Shylotk Ulchard III fund ninny other of Shakespeares lending chnnicters and his name stniuls next to that of the great poet In the licenses for acting granted by James I In 1003 to the company of the GloUu thentir Ills powers as an actor were not his only claim to dlstlnctloii for he was ulno trsucftssfitl pnlntor The fsinie his nbllltlis iiold n prmiluiint plnre otI n1lmhlhlihuuorthe eut of the dnyg 1ln ers ieingI written ns late as the tlnicof Chtrlus II pIlk death which was probably the result of purnlyals fuised the iilDeta to turn the thoughts to his successful cjiroer and Itlst fuin the numerous plogc s then written lint most of tlie iUrrmlltl Ion concerning him must Jbe j gnthwred Few phiyers have ever had tile good fortune to bo so ten Hkoil brI the dramatists of their time and nil prnlseil him one even lamenting that his death hnth made u visible eclipse of plnylng A shrewd careful titan In its busi ness affairs Burbage left an estate producing a yearly Income of L300 nt largO sun for a player In those days to bequeath to his heirs Beloved and respected by nil lie survived his great mister by only It few years lila grave bearing the simple expressive epitaph Exit Burbage IoUdoo Saturday ne1ewjTo This Snbiitnncc I Due the Color ing of Vlniita Chlorophyll Is perhaps the most Im portent coloring substance In the world for upon this substance depend the characteristic activity of plants tlio KTUUIWS ot complex couronnrti tmci eJ WB Nuform Crsets are cozy modish and shapely gar ments in which every dictate of fashion is apparent They inflict no strain on abdomen 6r 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 shapeand waist Prices at only praised cnruoii cicnvi a4 vnrerlnrccBt8 tibia wmch the existence of all living things Is ultimately conditioned Only in a very few unimportant forms devoid of qhloro hyll can the synthesis of rom plex from simple compounds or from the elements be accomplished The function of chlorophyll may only be comprehended whjen its chief physical properties are understood These may be best Illustrated by placing a gram of chopped leaves of grass or geranium in a few cubic centimeters of strong alcohol for an hour Such a solution will be of a bright clear green color and when the vessel containing it Is held in such a manner that the sunlight is reflected from the surface of the liquid It will appear blood red due to Its property fluor escence that of changing the wavelength of tin rays of light of the vloei and of the spectrum in such a manner as to make them coincide with those of the red end It Is by examination of light which has passed through a solu tion of chlorophyll however that the greatest insight Into Its physical prop erties may be gained Ifsuch a ray ot light Is passed through n prism and spread out on a screen It may be seen that there are several large Intervals of dark bands in the spectrum The rays of lighT which would have dccu pled these spaces have been absorbed by the chlorophyll anti converted Into heat and other forms of energy This energy Is directly available to the protoplasm containing the chlorophyll and by means of It the synthesis of corn plex substance may bv accomplished According to horsepower A young motorist endeavoring to convince a country innkeeper that the decoy of coaching was more titan compensated for by the spread of motoring as a pastime exclaimed as a flnai ar gument that his carwas of forty horsepower Utbeequalslr of ten relays of coach horses next morning be read In his bill ITbe and stabling 80 shillings asked the landlord for an ex planatlon The charge for osses shilllu a ead sir was the reply That ma chin of yours is equal to forty osses which Is 80 shilllnV London Express Onion Onions are almost the best nervine known No medicine is so useful cases of nervous prostration and there Js nothing else that will so quickly re lieve and tone a wornout system dn Ions are useful In all eases of coughs colds and influenza In consumption Insomnia hydrophobia scurvy gravel and kindred liver complaints Eat l every other day they soon have r clearing and whitening effect on tin cOmplexion Talent The world Is always readyrto receive talent with open arms Very often It does not know what to do with genius Talent Isa docile creature It bows Its lend meekly while the world slips the collar overtbJt backs into the shafts like a lamb Holmes The Paradox Hamand Since Walker Tighs Inher ited 3000000 he JR a paradox Eg Whats the answer Hamaijd Ibcrt Is both the richest and poorest actor on the stage Chicago News 1 An excess of levity Is as Impertinent as an excess of grirltyilazlitt- Great Dreaming A young lady of Philadelphia after partaking heartily of scrapple retired and dreamed that she had presenttroutin the7iibrning she recalled her vivid dream and looking at the place where she could have sworn that goneSitethey making no doubt that it had been stolen reportcdthe matter to the police aid the pawnshops were nighttheagainThisretiring she had hidden the watch in an old shoe in the bottom of a closet Upon arising next morning she recalled the dream and out of Curiosity explored the old shoes iin closet and found the watch Ithe WordI island IherewnIamong wounded young fcllov suffering intensely and making an GenernlI lnrtcrjIji gruff voice asked Whats the matt pointingcd The general said Stop your nrcImen lying around with their heads knockedoff and not saying awordf His Soft Spot A well known Brooklyn minister has a strong pbjection to the habit purtingtheirday when one of his sons came to the breakfast table he noted that offense was gi en in this respect and inquired rather sarcastically iif parting the hair in the middle was not doijc to concenUthe soft speW at the sides I1Mnybetort But then I guess your sot spot right on top of your hcac1itI Xcr York POt r ifiVi iili i Ji1i kkIi1I SPRING STOCK i 4 3Ca t OF CLOTHING 1 We have just opened a nice line ofr ji Mens Clothing embracing all therf latest Spring i 1 styles t 3 = Ea ISHOEStI 1- I it For Men The latest Jn Oxfords All chthe latest in Shapes k i j l I New Neckwear and White 1 I Ij i andfancy Vests for Men I 1 41 L oi a f We wish to call attention of gur lady customers E fIt 2 to our new line of Fancy Belts Belt Buckles Stocks gv fand Persian Ribbons the newest things for Neok J i swear E 3 Anew line of Dress Goods and Trimmings n Everything in White Goods Ware selling 4 1IHBR GOODS AT A SACBIFICE tJvw f 7JH iI GRDNDY McINTIRE I iEt t i 1 Mf f tt t J OO A T Ii IiGlasses Broke II p ti rti rtS It cast boa and its to uffe Iucrying over spilled milk J t hs simply a bit of vexa i tlion thats all I can re t1 1tpair them while 3 on wait 1 t f My OpticalI Goods ri t H are from the best makers jprove st facory and my best customers are thqsa IITheyhave patronized us longest t In eye glasses we are 1 Theyre a sort of specialty withus j r yesi iIit 1l OOOO oooo oo 1 tit 1 44 x w fL Now Ilsfbe Time t tt f i Aor ToT Buy Youri I rrt r t t d tWater Coolers ice Cream Freezers Refrigerators Oil Stoves I Hose for Sprinkling Grass Snaths Scythesf f ii Washing Machines rs 6 A iI GARDEN TOOLS fi r ISuch as Hoes Shovels Spades Rakes etc 4 J t1ioJ Dontt Forget i W lJrf 1 k i Edge line of Razors ShearsKnives ttOurDiamdnd jijy are the best j k J Call and inspect our stockof the above We U want you to see them 4- McEIiOY V W JD1TTT7I OflULlZl 4 W 1 Have Your vBr r t cJt rjB jIf ji5 f tJ1 t41 1IttMr W C Foley of V rSaiBein e pert carriage painter has rented the Klt tCasey carriage and paint shop piii West Main 4 t Street and desires to inform the publicthaf he lL fis prepared td do allI kinds qf high class 1Fcarriage and V d Buggy Painthig- at l Y the most reasonable prices Satisfaction j J guaranteed He will give you a low price Qnf ft all work Call on Mr Foley at the shop r i f i HALLSIIaIrRellewer ftAlways restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color it used jjI ito have The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dandruff disappears An elegant dressing tftittcSffiSttf N6Y sLeadel nrlDaHyHeraldR iI c TW kJQRJMBDRTONJ RKSIDENT DENTIST l TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN J 1 nK HagML Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY j 4 Aft Dental Work Strictly Firstclass 0qa LAMPTON MUDD o fJri r ilbjJ IDS and Surgeons Offices over Haydon Drugstore t i W1F GRIGSBY ATTORNEY i AT LAW I Once over Peoples Bank t SPRINGFIELD KY r yJ B RoBARDS M W FYAT- TRtBARDS HYATT hysicians l Iud Snrgeons Oftice over McElroy Shultz t DR J H HOPPER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON PHONES Office Over rtOUice 97 Hagans Grocery Residence 71 JOHN Y MAYE3- mEBAL UIHECTOB AND lICEHS O EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY191NIGHi74 SPRINGFIELD KYI J 1p uRal road Schedule iFollowirg is the time schedule fnow in effect on the Birdstowo Sand Spfingliqld branch railroad If No 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 p m Bardstown Junction j 1JJ02 pm Bardsvwn 552 prn arrives at Springbeld 645 p m No 42 Leaves Springfielda 580 am Bandstown 617 a m Brd own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisyille 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm io44Leaves Springfield af120 pm Baidttown 230 pmrBardstown Junotipn 435 pn arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyVLeaves Springfield at 715 amBards twn 8 am Bardstowq Junction is 8454tm arrives at iLpuisville Q35am tNo 91 Sundays onlyLeaves 1Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstown a 753 pm arrives at Springfield t 825 pjn BondGarriagec jJRepir Shop All kinds woodwork and up 4Si hbBtering done Grain Cradles I Jon Land for sale I I have for sale now one new band made buggy new hand I mide spriug wagon and a good I sajond handspring wagon 4 rwill work cheaply for the L motev All work strictly cash r W H BOND Springfield Ky FRESHBREAD v T 1 ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Daily Always good always fresh We It have a new Baker who is an ar I tist at making good things I Six Loaves of Bread for 25c Hertliens Confectionery sc B Leghorns Exclusively 1E1glis for sale 100 for 15 or 150 for 30 r f MRS LN REEl 7 1 RT1 D No3 t AAdm1istrors Notice lr iAll persons having claims Sagainst the estate of Isaiah rather deceased are notified to present sme properly proven 4IiiortO my attorney John f Jy Lewis at his office iin Spring on or before May 10 1906 for gettieinentcT I rather Admirfitrator I fS F tlqtice to Creditors 5 VIperons having claims 1 ikgainstthe estate of Uriah Shew Sgb maker deceased will prsent i jsame properly proven to me or ftb my attorney W F NeiUirk onor before the irst day of irune 1906 Thos E Wilson 4v Admr of Uriah Shewmaker t ona101EnIlOBYAm TAR MUdrj aft r 1 4 L r F w iroW O mni UWriHW I ITO TALocal Happenings of Interest 1I VIThe Freshest end SiS Latest I All i I and Acquaintances1TOPIGS 1 1 MWWWWWMS IW7 MMfc FOR SALETwo sows with1 young pigs Dr John Debo For screen doors and windows go to Leachman the furniture man firstclassmprtisedA screen door hinges etcjt complete for 100 at LeaShmans Come in and let us talk buggy jo you befoie you ouy Hay don Barber The best screen doors and windows can be bad at Leach mans furniture store The best and cheapest screen doors and windows can be found atLeachmans furniture store f STRAYED From my place one mile romSpringfield a Duroc Jer sey red hog a barrow weighting about 8J pounds Finder please notify Dr John Debo jSl Louisville this wepk bjuying a stock of general merchandise for the new st re at Texa Ky run by Wm Murphy also buying some goods for Camp ep grocery If you want td see something nice in the buggy line call and let us show you the contents of our buggy warehouse If y9u arft looking for something upto date we can suit you- Haydon Barber Bud kinder who is employed at the warehouse of the Ameri can TobaccoCo fll cnheedge of a tobacco hogshead Tuesday and sustained fractured rib Dr J C Mudd attended him a M Campbell reports the sale of Thomas L Janes on last Friday as being vi ry well att n ded and everything sold very well Reports county court day as a very good April courb about Q or 60j pattle on the marke yearling fleers selling rom 4 to 4c a iP Und horses ranging in pricp from 25 to 161 Dr J N MqCormick of Bowling Green Secretary of the Kentucky Stat efioard of Health will deliver a lepture at the t Court House in Springfield Tuesday May 15th at 10 oclock m Subject cTie Relation of IJ the Laity to the Physician Everybody cordially invited The Washington Jounty Meuii cal society met in office of Drs RoBards and Hyatt last Monday andelected the following officers UW Hyatt President J N Sheban Vice President J H Hopper Secretary and Treasurer The next regular meeting will beheld at this pace Jfray1 28 at l30pm We publish In our advertising columns this week a statement to McElroy Wharton the llocal agents for the Home Insurance Co which is self explanatory The Home company being one of the largest fire insurance companies in the world naturally sustained a heavy loss in the San Francisco fire but its losses will be paid without troubleand vrill nqt seriously inconvenience the company v Mr Erastus Coulter a young man of the Tatham Springs community came very near losing his life Sunday April 15 He was trying to ricje a mule that hadnt been ridden very much and he ha1 scarcely mounted cert cr r r PAINT Your house with a Cl n V good paiEtit protects the v lumber use a poor paint and iitpeelsbff taking with y it the natural resistent V coating of the wood itself v Use Mastic Paint its best Varnishy C over tthose marred places C 1 on the interior woodwork Surprsin lie difference ir apparance a pint of Sun shine Finish makes Be i ing the best C Iunshilief riish 2Jj looks almost nesp even afterr ayeavs hard wear V fCJHAYDON5 I Corner DrugStore 2 when it threw him off breaking several ribs and bruising him uj considerably They thoughtr for several days there wasnt any chance for him to get wel but at last report he is get ting along as well as could be expected IILevi Spencer and MrsiMaggie Barnett were married at the Clerks office on Monday morn ing by Rev R L Purdom The groom is from a little town in Ohio and the marriage was arranged by correspondence Mrs Barnett had arranged to met her intended in Louisville qn la st Sundays They met iin that city but owing to the difficulty in scuring a license on Sunday they returned to this place and were married as above stated Some of the Washington coun ty people iin California are being heard from by relatives here Mr lE S Mayes has received a letter from his son Archie who is at Berkley Archie escaped without trouble but describes the situation as terrible Mr George Cocanougher received a etter from his sister Mrs Peter Colvin who lives at Santa Rosa She says that Santa Rosa was almost totally destroyed her home and two or three others alone e caping destruction Mr J A Bulware yesterday re ceived a letter from James Ede len who lives at Oakland which place he says suffered lrss than any of the town visited at all by the earthquake and fire Mr Edelen writes that he had a large numbrof customers to suffer in San Francisco and he will con sequently be a heavy loser him self He adds however that he is very thankful to be alive The Relief Fund Mayor John W Lewis yester day forwarded the sum of 137 to Dr Edward P Devine Na tional Treasurer of the Redll Cross Society as Springfields contribution to the Sari Franc- iscO sufferers ThQ following additions were made to the list published on the first page of this issue John I McElroy 5 00 J A Boulware 2 50 K Walls T 1 00 W H Leachman I 2 00 J R Gor SlOO i Notice I will be in Willisburg on Wed nesday May2 prepared to do all kipds of dental work W F TRUSTY Dentist Flowers and Plants I will have a fine lot ot flowers anti plants in front of the Court- House in Springfield Wednes days May 2 Come early I am going to sell them c1ieapIGeo R Mattingly Taken UpeS A jersey cow cameto my place one uiile from Springfield on Jim Town roadabout March 1st Owner can have same by proving property and paying costsSA I TINGJEI Notice It is very necessary that the estate of F W Campbell be settled as soon as possibly Ah persons indebted to the estate are requested to pay the same at once to he undersigned THEO CAMPBELL Admr of F M Campbell PERaUNAW LituCWO Reed has returned from Louisyilje Mrs Woodson Moss was in Louisville Sunday Mr J L Allen was hi Louis yulei Tuesday on business Mr Monfoit of Bardstown visited friends here Tuesday Miss AHie Rives of Lebanon visited frinds here this week Misses Myrtle P essie and Pearl Campbell are visiting in Indian apols Ind Mrs C D Robertson and Mrs Margaret Bettis spent Tuesday in Lebanon Mr Lorenzo Young and bride returneJ from Mejide county Tuesday evening ivllss May Hundley of Huber has returned alter a visit to Miss Elizabeth Leachman Miss Mary Ttiresa Talbott and Miss Mattingly el Bardstowu Visited friends her Tuesday 11I JS Will Pay Promptly Losses from the San Francisco Earthquake The Home to csurance Co McElroy Wharton Agents does ki the Handsome Thing TheollwingJetter AgentwIllOfficeJj r CV V The Home Insurance Co tv New YorK t V VW v2SV V Chicago April 21 19Cp t McElroy Wharton Agents Springfield Ky Of course you are informed as to the awful calamity which has occurred this week at San Francisco California Accordins to prt sent estimates t and same are considered substantially reliable the Fire Insurance Com panics wifl suffer an aggregate loss of not less than One Hundred and Fifty Million Dollars Tim following telegram is just received from Mr E G Snow President of The Home I isurance Company NewYorktJI t Our entire liability uncUr every policy in force on properly in the r f ivhole city of San Francisco is Three and a Half Million Dollars If news paper reports are correct Homes loss will not exceed Two Jiillinnsi Our net surplusisl over Nine Millions npt including capital Will com onence adjusting and paying losses as soon as we get on the ground v The Homes surplus as to policy holders as per statenient JaI ary v 1st amounted to over Eleven Millions of Dollars You may very safely call the Homes1 surplus today as to policy holders an amount exceeding Twelve Millions The Company is thoroughly reliable and able not only to promptly meet the San Francisco claims but allOtherclaims that are at all likely to arise H H WALKER Secretary Mr rvi J Mattingly of Louis yule was at the home of Mr J F Simms Sunday Mrs W T McElroy and Mrs HP McChord were in Lebanon Monday Mr Paul SOuthof Frankfort wasa visitor here the latter part of last week 1 Mr Phil Mc hOrd spent Sun day and Monday liere with his wife abdsonc Mr Jlem Hill und Mrs Rives of Lebanon were over Wednes day afternoon Miss Elizabeth Lead man spent Sunday at Hubers lie guest of Miss Suad ey Mr apd Mrs Harry Shader left Wednesday fJI Louisville where they will reside hereafter Mrs Amanda CokendoJpher rldaughterMr and Mrs Hugh Noe are moving into the Harry Shader house on Doctor street today Ladies NEW HATS FOR YOU t s i Friday and Saturday S complete new N Children will Saturday Come 8 in inspect our stock t 1 i Knott Millinery 1 9 Upstairs in Building S oo oo SGibbs and Missl Shirley of Willisburey town shopping Wednesday Mrs Daniel and daughter of Louisyile ate guests of Mrs JV Bush Mr Theo Campbelband wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S B atThompson LebanonI Mrs Charles Howard ot Hod genville is thb guest of sister Mrs J Qpre Miss CatharineF Russell has from a visit to sister Miss Emily at Louisville Mrs P G and daughter Whitney returned from Cincinnati Monday even ng Wallace Duucan who been VW i ro iirldJ I Eyes j I Have litted hundreds of others and can lit you Names and Prescriptions llle come and Ssec1 for your I eyes the attention at the right I time and place Nothing but a graae goods All the I mbdern iuds and styles of a lenses Bifocals of every df scription fASTIGMATIC t a Specialty Graduate Optician always on hand to make test Satisfac a ill E M Qc- Russell work for the L N at lat is at home this week r M s Huggins who was guest of her sister Mrs Moss last week to Louisville Sunday Mis Mattie McDowell returned to Danyille after a weeks visit here and at Bloomfield wtth relatives trwtessrrNoeaJidJ W- v Reidel areatI Tatlaam this week angling for the finny tribe Miss Mami Allen visited her cousin Mr Edw Boshart grauJ mother Mrs Epperson SIf of the weeklfthPfi Kate Green wbQ has been with her dHught r Mrs Handy at Sherman Texas the past s1citter arrived home llast week Miss KUie Hertlein Mrs Pet UP Margaret Russell Ellen Waters and Mr Toe of Mt fciteilng went to Hunters Station fishing yesterday Attention 1I i f I A line of Hats for Ladies Misses and t be shown Friday and 5 and 8 Co 1- s t w Peoples Bank t MrsV Bong her Rogers returned short her McElroy has dW liUWW i Tested yourself Give high tion guaranteed MM Junction the returned arid Taylor to1Slardordwill conduct a two weeks re vival meeting for the pastor of thatiplace Rt v Fathar Valleley Pribr of St Rose banquatted the St Rose choir at tbe residence of Mrs Eliza Cain yesterday even tegMessrs W M and Evan Ha- ganChas Haydon Ruel Poster Frank Wells Will Cambron Hood Cunningham and Scott McCabe were in Louisville Sun day t Mr JI R Durret the well known insurance agent of Bloomfield was in town Mopday and called at the NewsLeader office to renew his subscriptiom Mr Durrett has invested in a Wash ingtoni bounty farmbut says that he willcontinue to devote all of his time to his insurance busi ness Turkey Eggs For sale Turkey eggs at 250 per dozen from Narragansette and M B stock Mrs C D Miller DBYfli Island Torture is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Then Iwas advised to apply Buoklens Arnica S live and less than a bOJ permanently cured mewritvs iL S Napier of Rug les Ky Heals all wounbs Burn and Sores like magic 25c at C J Haydons cUJIFJe J 5 I Seed Gora i Hand Shelled Extra Fine too Bushels ia GERMAN MILLET Will sell Cheaper than anybody PUMPKIN SEED In any quantity The Old Reliable Firm HAYDON BARBER Reappointed It was forecasted in The Palcou two weeks ago that Mr E T Conway would be reappointed postmasterS of Lebanon Monday President Roosevelt sent his nomination to the Senate and of couse that means an appointment in this case Mr Conway was appointed over a good raau Mr 0 R Vanmeter anti hiss many rinds ae congfatu lating him over the honor That Mr Conway is popular and deserving was evidenced by the strong petitition se1 ttWashington in his behalf It contained the names of all the business men in Lebanon hup dreds of names of good people in the county everyone patrons ofr his officeand letters of recomendation from a big mejority of the prominent Republican politicians in tHe State His easy walk over in the contest is due to many loyal finds who were anxious about his welfare but the most 1mpor tant1fa tor in the immcdate reap pointment pf Mr Conway was his high record with the Postoffice Department at Washington for it has been said on excellent authotity that no oflioial was more perfect in efficiencyFalcon A tflclnr PosiksifEss is Mrs Alexander of Gary Me who has found Dr Kings New Life Pills tb be the bst remidy she ever tried pr kleeping the Stomach Liveraand Bowels in erfect order Youll agree with her if you try these painless pur ifiers that infuse new life Guor anteed by C J Haydon Price 25 WANTEDTWO men in each county to represent and adver tise Hardware department put out sauples of our goods etc Traveling pasition or office man ager Salary 90 per month cash weeklyiwttb all expenses paid in advance We furnish everything jy THE COLUMBIA HQ JSE Dept 610 23 5th Ave Chicago 111 J J J EJ 1 FOR sljlj I Pure Drugs fi and Medicines of all lands go toQ1i j The Red Cross Drug Store SMOCK VHAYDDN Proprietors S Also headquarters for Paints Oils Varnishes J s r t 14fpUR PRICES ARE RIGHT 4 f S OOOOooOO i GoOQ 00c coO QOoOQGoo- oI 8 rI psaIejIEMBROIDERIES j f Friday and Saturday We have an unusually large stock of Embroid t leries ofall kinds which we Bought at very low prices arid for 2 days we are going them to our customers at a Special Bargain Figure They ar i v divided into 11 3 LotsI8 t J Lot No 1 consists of 2 to 4 incV width lin both SwsVantl Jacmietat4c j j Lot No2 consists of 4 to 6 inch width Iii bothSs and fp Jacon ts at 0c Q il Lot N6 Sjcbnsists of 6 to J Linchi widths in botbSwiss and A v tr 4 Jaconets at 12c X rtIi 8 1ALL IN EXTRA NICE PATTERNS oThese goods are worth nearly double the price we 9 ak Remember these prices are only for Friday and QrtSaturday next tt f We show alo a large assortment of finer Embroid cries ranging from 25c to 150 jper yard on which we will SIgive a reduct n on the days named above ggR0BERIg0N BRO81 4 j 0000600 ooOOO OOOOC I The first National Bank 1t tSPRINGFIELD KY i I iapilalI 30000Ii Surplus and Undivided Profits 23OOO J r I 1OFFICERSB rLitsey President JohnW Lewis VicePresWeat t A C McElrpy Cashier L B Cain Assistant CashIer R Foster BookKeeper H H Purdom Asiit BookKeeper S S DIRECTORS B L Litaey Xl W Lewis Sidney Gr en F KcaEI ti bell R H Edelen H1tI Grundy John O Polls SI IIWe grant every favor consistent with safe banking Your W 8 ness respectfully solicited 11 t kw O t1 t1 MARKS GRIF1N L t 45It i1The old Rclialife ManufaCiurersj t jandDealers in all kijda of JeLi LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES F M t t SASH DOORS BLINDS r T F y55 i i We hande the celebratedS lj t Mixed Cannel toal 11+ Cantt b Beatt 6 iWe are sole agents for 1 ACME CEMENT PLASTER l f ti tThe Best on E rth Prices Ritht IVrt t Office and Yards I Doctor and Railroad StreetsSpringfield Ky r C 4S + Syir 7 jrFjJ J Oj oJO oJOj jJ0j31JI 4i 1W 1 EVERYBODYS BUSINESS s2 tJ mj it i Is Nobodys Business But our B MMMM jL 1Iiis to give the public the best work in r1t1e 1 l I Tinning and Plumbing mf5t at thejleast possible cost GIVE USA CALLj JS a IS SJ W PRITCHARD 1 x Ifc tv V M SPRINGFJELB KKv h j C- WWAXDTj4KI 1 rflW DISCOWTSJIeU PveatJi WUJSure 5t TG S Ii5t rrTC- 4 BY DAY L jSPORT BYNKIII- TOiarf3ZaWeekIt JIe4WkhNeYrk Swri Set k I F03ED ASl MILUONAIRiiI TMtfCfl Enrtfe la tFwiy Hereepawfi l Arttmtfclte wi WM tke lIearLfI r ExSJtIS IMikter J He Is k JA jlie ClitIol1stjiu strnnse dual life followed Uleroeeat arrest iu Now York city of John Whiner rartlno man about toWu and the friend anti entertainer of noted society people both lu this country and abroad Back of the arrest of Martlne lies o rcinarkftblQ story of a dual life suc cessfully leJ for the past five years In the orkJulfh ursletween 9 oclock fa the uiorjifug and 5 In the aftemoois V Martjiie was tile affable and expert e seller of turns furnishings to the fash Ii louable custoiuers of W A McLaugh llnat aw FIfth Avenue In tlie e t hours he woVc a plain business suit of blue not In the least suggestive of an Income greater than the 32 per week that was paid him by the firm The dailY trausforpiatfon occurred when lie iad reached the exclusive apartment house at 3IT WCt Eighty seveuth street where he occupied two rooms of a large suit belonging to friends There he Would take per umdd baths and emerge sartorlajly Immaculate in the most expensive clothins to attend the social function to which he vas constantly bidden jWheu Martine was arrested an Invl tatlou was found Ifi his pocket to the BaerSchley vreddhlg Mrs Baer Is the 3daughter of Grant 75 Sohley the mil jllonalre bauker nnd broker at SO Broad street jilartlne was also Invifedto the wUUUlUIi fnstnt 0 further Investigation showed that many otheif lpersons of social proml nencc wQTje on Marlines calling lIst Martini vlalmed the friendship of john D lloxikefellcr whose socks ties and yuderclothes hd said he always selected In his room Vas found a photograph pf the beaitlful daughter of for nier Unttefl States Sesafor William E Mitsonpt Illinois Senator Mason or bu1g iuestioned iidpiitted that Mar 1 tliio hfi4 Lech engafcedto Miss Buth t It was with conBlderabfe surprlsG Jiliatilartines employers learned last COXSTAJTTLV BIDDEN TO SOCIAL FDNCTION8 summer that their thirtytwo dollar aI week clerk proposed to take a Euro pcau trip of two months But Mar tines fashionable friends took it as aj matter of course that he should tour tUJrough Europe In a 10000 automo bile which he told his friends he had bought Wan Figure at Monte Carlo II o was seen at Monte Carlo and oth er gambling resorts and everywhere was in the company of a woman of fas cinating beauty and social distinction vho Is known to both Fifth avenue rind Belgravla AYliile In London he stopped at Clar Jdges and was regarded as an Amen can millionaire while renting superb npartments at the Contincnlal hotel In Paris He has frequently exhibited photographs taken abroad In which be appears seated with a beautiful womI un In a huge forty horsepower touring car Vhlch he purchased on his arrival on the continent Detectives searching Martliics ward robe found among other things sixty neckties six pairs of silk pajamas a dozen silk vests five dozen monogram Handkerchiefs a dozen silk shirts a dozenlress shirts a dozen fancy shirts ten suits of silk underwear five dozens ik socks six dozen finest linen col larsl two pairs of dancing shoes five pairs of walking boots five Imported topJiats ana derblosl two evening suit a dinner suit a frock suit an English walking suitn fur lined astrakhan k overcoat and a paddock coat There Is consternation among n num ber otwoll kno ni young men of the upper west slHe over the tartthat they have been buying expensive Items if npnr weariiig aRparol from Martine 1t1r t t 5t which rv sold tJ them tiaalf the price they would have lljeetj cocjpelled to pay aV u storeIfi Tiie Wore Slnvc i ITiewonl slayp which Is happily tised seldom unless metaphorically lIn tlils cpuntry Is a word of brilliant hlsi torlcal hutecedents Its original the oltussian slava means glorioiu and Is the title of that race which sub same the Russian people But when tho Germans reduced hosts of the Shiv to servitude their name from mallco or ncclilent as Gibbon says became Hynonymous with servile It retains 110 more8ug5cstion of Its racial origin MOW titan does ogre which Is really HJillgarlan from a confusion of the Magyars with the Huns and of both with the terrible Tlrt Dtlat1rc nrsIDelaware has been called the Dia 1 mood State for though small in size it formerly was of great political 1m pDrtancc It also enjcys the nickname 4 of the Blue Hen State this having been bestowed acCQfJ nt of a gentle- mant named CaUircIl who made the state famonB Jill prtlng annals by the qnalItyjrfW jMtoecocks which he al lU JrcI je em of n blue hen bel Ihils was the best color ikemtmtr of a pJ1 Pcocfc A IY ilS 4J5 w EGYPTIAN CIVILIZATION Its Origin One of th3UticolvodEnigrflaa- of tim World The origin of Egyptian civjliza tion has been the enigma of the world for the past twentyfive ccn tunes Presenting ijo historic or even tnythic infancy it appears before the world at once asa highly I Civilized and organic community centuries before Moses was a boy Upon this subject Renan say Egypt has no archaic epoch but suddenly takts its place in the world Inagniticencewithout and as clean apart from all evolu tion as if it had dropped from the unknown heavens Would not an explanation at least feasible be reIccivedsource TO longer existing the Hrat historic figure in its long lint of dynasties the out1ine oi whoso personality Iqom up wavering indefinite but grandly impressive ngainst the deep mythic background of prehistoric story at least 4500 BC conceived ani executed en terprises extorting the warmest ad miration from the best engineers of the twentieth century Did he not alter the course of tile XiI by vast embankments togain stable founda tions other than the shifting sands for his sacred city of Memphis and construct the artificial lake of Moe ris 450 miles ii pircumferencc and 350 feet deep as a reservoir for the waters of the Nile Look too at the colossal achieve ments of his sUqcessirs in architec ture squlptuje engineering astronomical politicly medical social and military science to say nothing of navigation and theology Wit ness the ruins of the Labyrinth recorded by Herodotus which had 3000 chambers h ilf of them above ground and half below a combination of courts chnmbcrs colonr nades statues and pyramids Wty ness the wonders pf the magnificent temple of Karnak which still awakens our admrqtipn a temple as Dcnon says wjierein the Cathe dral of Notre Dame in Paris could be set inside one 6f jits halls and yet not fouch ihe wdlls Witness the sublime pyramids originally built in honor of the sun god Ba and for use in Astronomical observatories the splendors of Memphis Thebes and Heliopolis of the sphinx and the obelisks the statuary and the numerous temples with the ruinsof which the lane iis still fihledEx change The Bevitra Tooth No cnrpenteisliisc1can do more outIyens tooth This is the principal tool with which these patient clever baildcrs construct their dams The outer surface of the tooth is a scale QL very hard enamel while the body of it is of softet dentine As the softer substance wears away in use the end of the tooth takes a chisel like bevel leaving a thin slightly projecting edge of hard enamel l as sharp as any tui JUUKJI o tool fresh from the oilstone The thin scale of enamel giv keenness the softer dentine supplies strength and thU3 the combination forms a formidable toolwhich actually sharpens itself by use Reassured A learned professor noted for his power of concentration and for his absorption in the matter at hand eainchome one night says a writer in the Philadelphia Ledger still concentrated on the thought of the evening He had scarcely pulled the bedcovers over himself when lie heard n slight noise some one there lie asked IIs lprofessor replied the intruder under the bed knowing his peculiarity there is no one hereI The professor gavq a sigh 6f reef and turned over fo sleep I Arns Jiirioit certain I had heard some one he1 remarked to himself lIFEIS Thats whtai prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions remade so often in connec ScettsEnluIsionthat occasional note From infancy tto qid age Scotts Emulsion oTis a reliable means df remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh aricl tlntand repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret tlian the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does through nourish ment tfyekind of nourishment that cannot be ob ttamed in ordinary fbod No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good frnm Hr We will send you sample titt- Bt aI run that thli pleturrln ths form of a Ubcl U on the wnfftt TINTSCOTT BOWNEhm1sts 4o Pearl St NY- 5 uIJ aU FI+ TRANCE ADVICE I JjvDr C G Green gives alert personal attentlos to his great humanitarian contract In our Almanac for many years past we have given unusual advice to tho afflic ted with coughs colds throat or lung troubles or consumption We have told specialbenefitbqttle of German Syrup to consult their doctor CWe did not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles as is the case in the advertising of many other remedies Par confidence in Ger man Syrup makes it possible for us to give such advice CWe know by the experience of over 35 years that one 75cent bottle of German Syrup will speedily re iE eor cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troublesand that eonsumptiononelarge wonders New trial bottles 250 regular size 75c At air druggist 4 JACKSNS FANCY The General Liked Him Better Than a 8piritedHorsea Stonewall Jackson was as pic turesque in the saddle as he was on foot says the Washington Star The grim old Presbyterian elder had rid den in his youth in West Virginia jn races for an uncle of whiclj act in liter years he was not proud At the beginning of the civil war or thereabouts some of his admirers presented him with a war charger suitable for a man of growing fame and bright military future lie Jiad been i1ing up to that date a rather undersized sorrel gelding of very meek appearance which was one of a carload captured by his cQmmand at some point on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad and consigned t6 Washington This particular ani malithc general gave the name of Fancy although from all accounts of Confederate soldiers it fell far short of the title in equine at tributes except in one respect he hadr fancy whenever the command halted1 for lying down and rolling t like a dog What the general licd most about him aside from his quiet manners was his gait which he himself described as being as easy as a cradle Evidentlythe animal was of the hobby horse species The mount selected for Jackson was quite another animal in blood disposition and spirit On a certain review the general dressed in a new grayhefield mounted on his blooded char fHailf I burst into loud cheers the horse bolted threw Old J kand trail- edi thp new uniform in tho dust Fancy was never thereafter dis placed iIi his affectionate esteem lie rode him in his valley and penin sular campaigns and was on his on the evening of May 2 backII Chancellorsvillc when he the woundwhich resulted iin his un timely death For a long time Fan entbutatd soldier and subsequently given a home in thin family of Jacksons fa therinlaw Dr Jlarr son Lincoln county NO Fancy lived to a most in718S8HISattached to the Smithsonian insti tution and is at the Confederate Soldiers home Richmond Ya f ITomand as every one knew then Keene used a rubber bag inflated with air to form a hump when playing Rich ard III On tho night in question ats he stepped forth from the wings 1bag1 caped Keene went on the stage as straight as an Indian He screwed IShis face upin every imaginable grimace but without avail and the audience gave him the laugh Finally I he was on to the trick and after substituting pjclibasket for a hump he went on lith the play but the supe did not get out ofbed for nearly a week Two Mistakes An Irish merchant who had more money in his pocket than his ap pearance denoted took a seat in a lirst class carriage A dandy fe low passenger was much apnoyedat pats presence and missing his handkerchief taxed him with law ing picked his pocket After re covering his handkerchief which h6 laid put in his hat he made a lame apology but Pat stopped him with this remark Make yourself easy durlint Dont bother about the matter You took me for a thafe I took you for a gentleman We were both of us mistaken thats ullme honey Not a Matter of Arithmetic I hear youre very good at arith metic Bobby said the visitor plcnsI antly Sure returned Bobby without looking up from his play IHWell if I should tell you when your papa and your mamma were born could you tell me how old they are asked the visitor Hlcauld tell you how old pap isIanswered the boy And not how old your mother iisPi The boy shook his head Arithmetic hasnt anything to do with that hesaid f How Indeed A speaker at a meeting referring to the m4sriagelaws remarked that 1 vis not generally known that a = iud4tul IJ 8r w 2i 1 U iiliOO uj1 ush iWii w rli1ir 6 CHESTNUT DARE i I One that is not Untried butt a great and- f uniform Breeder i Chestnut Dare will make the present season at my I table near Springfield at I 20 To Insure a Living Colt Chestnut sorrel yeans old 10 hands one inch high a larre handsome saddle andharnessliorse stylish perfect iif in form in gaits and in action His sfize finish bone and substance arc such that will cross on our smallest mares and liroduce the highest type whicli the market emam Tudffdsof horseflesh have Mattered him by saying he iis f the bflst son of h1 famous sire ills produce of two sea t soft have secured their share of lirst money in closely contested rings having met and defeated the progeny of i such litres as Chester Dare 10 Ky Squirrell GoldenGaj Greatland add others Horsemen pronounced his ring of colts of last season better than those given by the owners of such sires as Montgomery Chief and Highland Denmark Chestnut Dare was sired by flic great Chester Dare 1st dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chief he by Mambrino Chief 11 2d dam by Black Hawk Chief dam ly Brink ters Drennon Considering his breeding size style general confer mation and his uniform show of colts I ask the patronage I Iof this and adjoining countIes IILEXINGTON PRINCE Lexington Prince is 151 hands high sorrel with fine a i mane and tail a heavy and compact horse He is not only fomfY saddle bred but is also an extra saddle horse vitlt g great action and graceful movements He has a combi nation of Denmark1 and Gabells Lexington blood Lexington Prince is by TIed Prince sire of the gham pion saddle horse Thornton Star he by Second Jewell by Washington Denmark His firstdam by Von Mottke by f jCabells Lexington was a large bay handsome showmare under saddle 2d dam by Lexington thorQughbred m ThIs horse comes highly recommended asa breeder for fancy saddle and high acting horses S lO To Insure a Living Colt rI My old well known mule Jack which has proven him iself to be one of the best in the coiuityfor high priced mules will stand at S 10 to Insure a Living Colt 1II Also GRAY KING a dark gray Jack 15 hands 1 inch high very lengthy great weightand bone big feet good headand ear and no better bred Jackfor mules Hisisire a large black Jack by Imp Leon was a great mule Jack hisdam is a very arge and fine Revelle jennet 8TC INSURE A LIVING COLT 1 seeiii A cordial invitation iis given to all to call and g this stock Season money IS positively due when mare s f are traded ofT parted with or bred to othej stock iB B LEACHMAN I R F D No 3 SPRINGFIELD KY MM v irtrIroMM coux H v iuo s cisier you incuu corrected one of the audience Xo replied the speaker I ineaiv widows cousin I tell you said the i terruperIthnt a lilnn may- lharry his widowsi cousin but not his widows sister 1 suggest that you should xamino the tables of af iinitv But persisted the speaker how can a man marry any one when his wit a widow j07 Joy Is the nnlnsprhig In the whole ro uid of everlasting nature joy moves the ivheels of tho great timepiece of the world she It Is that loosens flowers frota their buds suns from their firmament rolling spheres In distant eprvco seen not by the glass of the astrqno nier chiLler Too Smooth The Fiancee Theres Just one thins that worries me t little The Fiance lYhat li that ihe Fittii etrTlicre teras to be no opposition on the part of any of our relatives Confession Often confession Is owning up when you are sure to be caught Saturday veulng Post VILLAGE FIREMEN Some Funrr Stories Told of AmAteul Blare Fighters especiallyinliavc often afforded material for ConipaniOn1ud Sliakospearcsdpy lish literature might have been en riched by the portrait of some rustic fire duet fit to pass lawn to iin jMortality with those of the country watchmen und ju Itices we know so well T E LaAvlro1 has rcficntly reJ corded some sugtistivc bits from villagesjat an alarm of fire a menibf of a newly formed fire com pany was seen stanc ling on ft cornbr gaping in a dazed w jy at a Jbrisk fire in progress tomc d Btance Jown tie street At last lie was ovcrJieard muT muring to hims elf A proper blaze itsure hen proper blaze A in nat go home stud put on my unifonia Yes it be a blaze worth getting on my new boots tor tight though err bcf At another fire company as Rem blot1 hastily in in unlightcd viI alage lane had no interns and in a darkness deepened by a thick smoke liclJilesslyand where to iitalcttlicirt attack Suddenly a jtonjrive of flickering snioidcringbuilding fhout prepared in turn the hose npqn it TJie captain grabbed the fighteiF and jerked him Incnrcstfirc lie was directing vidi U Ere you lurked lie shouted a Old Jnnl If JOu wasnt gout to put out the iioaly light weve got- toavc thC ttn At the uHiiug of a lill J barn another viilagO chief was so ritont on pcrFonnflly getting but the jve stock that he left the conduct of the fight against the tIre en ircly mdlyIlnmonstrafcd with he declared exoit edly Drat the did barn Let her bnrnY Shes half gone anywa jf But crit parkIf you dont look out tilL beall rii niJbadyscr you mind thr firx mon Turn ti ndIaidoitVieTpl r a j dNE OF NATURES TOOLS how Tcaaela Are Lneil In Fini blxig DI1 rent Clutlm Growing by illti wayside you will of ten see that stately spiny looking plant the tOazel but wonder how many know that it has helped to finish ninny a piece of cloth thor tear We are apt to think of a tool as souicthiiig of mans make yet herO Ja one of natures own and nothing base cr been manufactured to successul ly talJe its place For ages the teazel lias been used for fulliug cloth that is raising the uapaml the manu facturers refer tp1p goods thus treated as gigged When ripe the dried spike heads are gathered packed carefully in bundles anti shipped In nil directions to facto ries The variety mostly used have the extreme end of the spikes hooked or curved backward This Is calleJ fullers teasel The e heads form a sort of brush Ud are attached to a wheel or cylinder which revolves ngaiust the surface of tile cloth and these curved spiked catch part of the threads and pull them up tanking n fuzzy nap Tills Is trimmed down and leaves thai soft velvety finish to the rloth The spikes have strength enough and elasticity but when they come lu Oct with a rough place In the cloth thuyNbronk and so avoid tearing the nattWnl Try ns they ma3 no one has vec bceiiialilc to Invent a tooll fug nil of these qualities the teazel rtuuds unrivaled for that nil Tin plant as wo see It growing wild looks perhaps at first glance somewhat like u thistle lint It really has n dignity anti character all Its own The heads in flower ore covered with a fluffy down lavender or white anti ns the blossoms Mop spikes appear until lat er it fairly bristles The lleaves laltrt cil antI Klkcd shooting out each side of the stem meet nt the base nUll form a little basin Jn which Is usually wa ter So we have thin name of the plant froni the Groel dlpsaciis weaning thirstyt nUll many other fanciful ones such as Venus cup Venus Oatli wool or church brooms gypsy combs cloth lets brush ctcSt Nicholas ODDITIES Beef never tore up honey where It if lightf Tlie moth has n fur Jacket aud the butterfly none A squirrel comes down a tree heid Jlrst and n cat tall first Leaves will attract dew vIicaboardu sticks and stones will uot Vni on the ear JJs ni erfouiui with aji luieyen number of lOSt The dragon tly can devour Its owa hotly mid the head still lire horsefly will live for hours after the head luis beau pinched off FJsh Hies and caterpillars may bo frozen solid anti still retain life A horse always gets up fore parts first and u cow direct the opposite Some tiles thrust their eggs into the bodies of caterpllton but always lu amcia parts of th body that when till larvae tire feeding on the flesh of the foster parent they will not eat lute auy vital Part ImiM on 1eotilea Names A little while ago u popular form of cudul amusement was fOund In pun Tfajt on peoples names AYby did So aui6eOi Becadse Suchamtsuch Ihe game ran riot for a time and edJo of It urc still heard in tile outer iBUlmrUa Beore those echoes die away A conresponcreiit suggests that wo ahotllfl put It on record that the orig iuntor ol the fashion was no less note tile a person than the Quaker poet Jdmi jGreenieaf Whlttler On an anti Blayciy lecturer named Mary Grow ylsitinjr Boston In 1S71 Whittier wrote a poeril Ilpjft Mary 01rew each stan za undhiff W Variation 1ot the pun Thowarl vrcn rate If bt n few CdJW y9f In taCt us oral Crow 131 Aurta fl L1 COL JOHN I t Dark bay 153 hands fine style speed anl action Three years oM This colt is a son of the tfreai Onward Silver formerly owned by J L Druien of Bar tOnand winner of the Transylvania stakes at Lexingtoiiand with a record of a mile in 205 tf and two miles m 428 Onward Silver was sold for2lOOQandiwas taken to Italy iOnward Silver is a son of Onward 1411 record 225tf and the sire of nine performers with records offrom205l to 210 and the sire of the dams of ii with records of 214 and Ditter Onward is a son of Geoige Wilkes 222 aidout of Sylvian Maid by Aberdeen sire of Kentucky Union 207 COL TOHN 1rs j fluntiheysfirstVRteWVictoriaat M ferransr sale t Second dam Nelly Anderson dam 6f Worry 228 by Gills Vermont sire 9fBo 1i1ernoy 223 iand dams of iVitii f 230 or better alsoslve of the dam of lambetta Wiikes 219 sire of Eyelet 208 5 Gulnetteai little viorin 205 i aucl seventyfive others better than 230 1 Third dam fiiss Anderson by Garrard Chief X J ij COL JOHN JJwill make the present season at c P15 tot IInsure a Living CoWv1 t t VI i IIwall also stand at the same place my fine stallion BLACKBIRD atgt fjiym av Colt to Stand arid Suck Have also two fine Jacks whichwilli stand at8 toIInsuieax Living Colt T f Parties having mares to breed arc invited to call at my tables one wile southwest SprmgflVd i on the Spriiisfield and St Marys pike and seemy sleek Care will be taken to avoid kccidents but t will not be nsi leshould moneydueelsewbere JStrIvester Smith L r To Cure a Cold in One Day rr- Td Laxative Bromo Qiini e raiets A JjJevsr t l Seven Moabc soWpMt12outJas This upaturet9 JWIr FOLLOW THE FLAG totOreg9nMontana British Columbia Nevada Utah Wjomig New Mexico Arizona Colorado and Ca1ifurniaPoints tf ROUND TRIB Home Sellers Exrurtsid ttoi Drop postal card fr part culars F w GREENE D P AJ Wasbash R R Lctist U1cky oWES tp QgIcQihj Something New and entirely d fferect frrm tB old style Made In regular read ing glasses and in near sishtrd and far sighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style upericr in every way IWe Guarantee them and will promptly refund monfy iif they falll to give perfect satisfaction 1C you have any eye trouble write usmentioning- his papbraud well tell you t owte get a pair of Tprfcold Glasses that will relieve your rcuble if its not Incurable T JJHowe CO Opticians LaOuisvIIIe Ky 6O VEARSt EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADE MARKS icC Anyone tending a sketch and deceripUonin qnlcklr ascertain our cjMulon free wfifctlier an liiTentlnn Is probably rwtentabl Cofnrnnnlen iloiudtrfcllyconnuontUl HANDMOCon Patents tent free Oldest opener for ecnrtnirpatcnu 1atenu taken tlirouch Munn a Co recelra tptdi notice wttIout ebarse izrthe SckWlm Jfmerkatt handsomely IUnttnte4 weekly Largest dr cnUtluii of any a Tent narmontbi iL ao4uJMUNN CO31tlrtHwa New York Uranch Offlc Ch F BU Washington D e aNot In Any County Tlio city of St Luulx Is not In tiny comity It Is 11 hiJejicudoat muiilcl polity oaulpjMjd with all Hie machinery of county atitl city jioyp anient at has Its own circuit nul crlirlial courts Ii own ffniTjd Jury jail etc lie cir cult attorney la thy prosecuting otilcoi oeSteIouls Until Jiti St Louis wJJf tim county scat of St Louljj cavity eOnJ111IhIIy of the city Is now till caurtboUac taw of St Louis county SU Louis lljpub lie The Jcr ey Cow The Jersey cbw Itn smal aiilnial and therefore her innlntonanco wtiloi Is small while a relatively larin pur of her food gets t profit Sla1 Is persistent tnllUor othii a porpttiw niHUer nod ordinarily not dry mon titan filror cbrht weeks Inn ytrtr SIA has an etrenn y long period iSfuse fulness in the dairy Five yonra cove tlicprofltnbli work of tilt i iri IoltIto twentyone year ofigeF4riiien The Other TVay Arent yon afraid that horse wll run away with Homebody IIrltnd salt Broiiclu Bobhit alni uothln in Crimson gulch for ajliosa tt run away with a man Its jwhen a man tries to run away wltbf a boss that theres duner Wuhlustoir Star L oitSorrow nusbnndt dirinj tile spatAnywayI Iu not iifnill Is w y what thlnlc1 AVIfpXo I uuppov not hut you ought to be nshauwl to Petnlt Tribune lubbiog List for 1906 We offer below ari attractive clulbing listt which includes nearly all the city papers and leading magazines All iiew 3cah f sUbcribers Qnd all who pay up and rew will begiven tIie1Ew t DEADER and any of the papers bt4ow for one par t Courier Journal daily i v 640 ojII Times duly 7 ii 500 Luivi1le HraJd daily ld itg = GourerJournal weekly v 350SLouisville Herajd weekly n i2Q7 Homeand Frri iojL i Farmers Home Journal v nfo iTo If GSncionati Commercial Tribune jjjffiJI i Cincinnati Enquirer e4165j r r tCountry Gentleman2p00a Bre dersGazetter vlv i 2rJ J Interstate poultryman A 1B9 Ohio Farmer v JU50 o1 Independent s u50 The Cjommoner VAl 16 0i 1 Kfc L6u s Globe Democrat j 175 o St NlchoJast fti 350 iJThe Delineator VC Vii J Iv85 tWornalis Home Companions l 60 McClures Magazine 017aHarpers Magazine A 25 Harpers weekly L A 14 25 J Harpers Bazar tf425American Agriculturist tBa t ipecidl l rates given oq many Qther publications thntichedi abpyej hich willlleimadeknowln on afpplicatibni E L ZAVIS5W Jrfi fNEWS LEADER Sprngfield Kyp i JOHN SHUCK MCELROY G C W11TtrON it McEroy fr Wharton F Insurancee S Real Estate Age tSiit Fire Life arid Tornado Insuranciv II Land Sold on SommissiCD a is I C r Office over Peoples Bank i Ph elFp1 Louisville isBoomingLTI 1 radius of only 6 milesi leads this WORLD 3S jinz In thftmanuacturing of j anslann wagons iS sewer trood en ooxes andlnproducin t e7 J and bandlnir Whisky sola leather ccnlCrt- Stobzo ax bandies and pan bers supplies t Louisville is tho hOme ot the largest orcati 7 0 A factory In the vrorld tho lircest soap factory urbanliries LouisviuejsncltycfBEAUTL- 3ii1 FULIOMES its dty property va1uatorts F 200000000 It has the grandest park t IS i- Pi4 fY 7 MERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll atthischooi do THOROUGH work aect yuIl naverbet it iwantofaocdposaucn1rifteoonr en NOWisaie tw time to inycailgate CtaloCT free I taHYiHTlSTBiTTOIIi lSIMESSCtlllEiCLOUSVILLCfKY Jts q CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO Ji 3nrCOJUOZATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you tp talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern F Illinois Kentucky Tennessee1 MississippiS L and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reasonS j able Equipments and facilities unsur JAMES C CALDWELL passed LE1ND HUME T D WCM j Prldeat a GealJlauler c7a atGel Mgr Trsiare i Trees Plants Vines 1 For the spring of 1906 the Blue Grass Nurseries t Lexing ton Ky offer a full stock oil tr IEvergreenzbelt ie Grape Vines SmallI Fiuits Rhubarb Asparagus1 etc We employ no Agents Strawberry and General Cata logues on application to It f nLENMEYER SONS Why not bring your produce and at all times get tire best m irlret price for Just thililr 25c per Ib for butter te higes- m3sketpricG p for eggs cash if prefered C W Hagan tA tJSour h 2Stomach f fJJ No appetite loi of strenf th MnMI ness headache conctlpation bad WtMttk general debility sour ttelng and turk of the stomach ars due loipdifestloiu Kodol cures IndlgesUog This ne4 discov ery represents the natural juicrQf41c eatlon as they exist in a healthy sloinach combined with the greatest known ioniei and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyi pepsja Cure does not only c indigestion and dYMepstaut this famous remedy cures all ttamch troubles y clMMbif purifying sweetening arid stnflgtMnlnft 4MrlwasrpufcW h scyr stomach or twmty yittt Kodol ctni 1M awt we are ansi value ta nMct forbbr r KMiI 1Ii WMt Ys Kat1tles oalj SIOO Size hoWtnc 25Hlm t tiW ate which sells Wr 50 ceMl Piyariit by 1 0BtWlTT JB CrtteMifV Sold byOJJ Elayapn t = J Nolieoj4U persons indebted to tb firm of Jarloe GampbellaT requested tP settle same nt once f