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AcES7ABLlSllED jf1 j iii HEW SERESVOL XIII NO18 SPRINGFIELD WASHlNaTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 10 1906 IO PER Y I Wiff TRUSTY QrPRACTICAL DENTISTv Office over Harden Barber JVwfctt work atraasonabl prices 4 Tipwk guaranteed d SPRINGFIELD KY r = OUR DIRECTORY fiPRlXGllELfD county seat o- fWiiitgtol Coanty 52 miles south tut 8tJ4cxi1toa 59 miles from LcMtiaJi1le Oft Bardstown branch of Leaivville and Nashville railroad in faring Bd agricultural district 4t Two Basks telegraph and telephone UIUM express office flourmills lumber yards Popuation 1100 population of OKMty 15000 Kepresentativeiu Congress Hon D tllSmith Hoagenville Ky Jtepcesemtatiye in Keutucicy Legis lature H JIW D Claybrooke 4 Jteprecmtative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaiter Lebanon Ky pcuty Directory yocm IT COURT Circuit CourJ begins oa the fouf th- MMd y ii February May and Octo toe t Ii H TharmanTadg L L Durham Commonwealth At 4orm y JT M Campbell Clerk JLG TteachmaD Master ComHiiss I QUARTERLY COURT 4 QuarterlyCourtis held on the third Monday in each month f IsIi Lit ey Judge COUNTY COURT Coanty Cotirt meets on the fourth mouth1IW EBooker County Clerk TS Mayes County Attorney il George CaHett Jailer v Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Sam Anderson HB Powell I Herbert deman 1 Deputies Ed Masters 43 James F Moore County Surveyor T P Of Bryan Assessor TV T Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner 3IBush Supt of Common Jfehooli P O Springfield I CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney- JUSTICECOURT Jntlce Courts are held in January April July and Outober Church Directory METHODIST GHtJRCB Rev G W Lyon LPastor Ser vices 3nthe irstand Third Sundays liteach mbrith at 11 am and730 pm Sunday School fyery SundayatlO am Prayer meeting every Wednesday aight G CATHOLIC CHURCH JRevV P F Hennessavj Pastor Ser rices every Sunday aV and 10 oclock mmDServJces atStRoseSame hours t J CHRISTIAN tlURCHI f Rev WT Walden Faster Sov every Sunday S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev TD Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at pm Sunday school every Tinday at 10 am Prayer meetln every Thursday evening at 7 oclock i L j BAPTIST CHURCH aRev Wm Harris Williams Paht at 17 amPreaching every Snnday and 745pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a nI Prayer meeting very Tuesday evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders t MASONiC LODGE Springfield lodge 4t9 50 meets first and third Mouday I each mqnth- Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets on very lourth Monday KNIGHTS of THB MACAUEKS Meet i VIII1I i 2Def i too FOLEYSp HOHEY wTARF- rtttth Striiw Rnulis tl1Re member FriiaCld- the name f I lisy u Tr IniiIt uPOO having the gen I tf lii EMcby iIf Yorsalebyl Red Drug St ire W w r 1 Ilffi NI3WS=LJADER2 8 1 fi ilfJ Wfi bfi A ROUND OF TALK j LASSITUDE The southern breezes softly sing Of gentle dreamy balmy spring I can not write a single Worth while tbfngII can but sit and idly gaze Across the green clad meadow ways I To where the laUghing brooklet plays Each isle A little gem tocatch the eye Asmurmuring waves go rippling by A tinge of spring is in the asr A thousand songbirds now declare The coming flowers perfumed rare And I I can but sit and grind away At my machine day after dayIFrom early morn till twilight gray And try 7 To keep the oldtime rhyming pave And fill about the same old space This touch of springtime makes me feel Id like to take my rod and reel And to the lake or river steal And fish To t feel again the keen delight Of humming reel and silk line tight As wary bass or trout tobkflighk I wish I did not have this space to fill Id skip out nowand so I will The Commoner IMPRovINGThe ffarmers been ofI sured for their seeming unwil lingn ss to organize Other lines of business have success fully organized and formed com binuiions to promote heir own interests but the farmers haVe persSstently refused to get to gether although iit has been fre quently demonstrated that ori ganization would certainly work tot their good in many waysI T ere is now a campaign of education on along tha Une for the farmer which we belei ve will tiltimately have results The farmers as a rule are beginning to study their Occupation more and are paying more attention tthose conditions that control the market and prices for pro ducts The occupation of firm ing should stand at the head of allI occupations for farming is theI foundation of hundreds of indus tries which are flourishing in this country today There area number of propositions being put befpife the farther now adays lookingl tothe organization of his interests Some are good and others of doubtful merit but all are beneficial in one respect and that is that they serve to put the farmer to thinking We be lei ve that the day is not far dis tan when the farmer will have somethiog to say in regard to fixing prices or farm products instead btt being uttatedtoas he is now by a set of monopolists 4 McGHORD The Louisville Herald is authority for the statement that Thomas Drewry of Louisville will oppose C C McChord of this place for Rail road Commissioner next time The Herald says When Representative Thomas Drewry got out of the way of Swagar Slierley leaving the latter without opposition for tie Democratic nomination for Congress he evidently knew that something good was in store for him for it develops that he will be a candidate for Railroad Commissioner In fact it is learned from a reliable source that a formal announcement of Mr Drewry candidacy may be expected shortly This informa came from one ofMr Drewrys closest friends and is authentic UIr McChord has made no announcement on the subject but we suppose lie will be acandi date to succeed himself and we beleive he will win without any serious inconvenience to himself Mr McOhqrd hag made a fine record in his administration of arelnuchbe turned down tif he wants a return to office ljE NFORCE THEM ALLTheInew city council soue queer and strenuous laws some to which there will be manyI objections but so long as thjjfcare made laws they should Ibeeafprced If they are not to Bienforced they should be reo pealed Here is one if enforced wouldreither cause the residents a Jot 6f trouble or result in busi I1nesstion 184 of the City ordinances reads CA11 owners of property fronting on the streets where there ds a yard gate opening on the sidewalk shall cause the gate to be so constructed that it will open into the s de yard or premises and not outwardly Any person violating this see tion shall upon conviction be fined for each offense one dollar and costs and one dollar for each day such gate may be permitted to remain in violation cf this ordinance And here iis another that is especially inten ded fpr the ladies who attend the play and who may desire to show itheir new hats It reads All personls while attending any per formance or exhibiti n given or held at any hall where such per formanceJ or exhibition is given on a stagefor the amusement or entertainment of an audience shall r move their hats from their heads before suchenter tainment or performance begins and keep the same so removed until such performance or enter tainment has concluded AnyI person failing to comply with this ordinance shall be fined not less than 1 00 nor more than 500 for each offense Postmaster Robbed G W Fouts Postmaster at- Riverton la nealy lost his lifejj and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says ror 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which lei to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned j yellow when my doctor prescri bed Electric Bitters which cured s me and have kept me well for eleven years Sure cure for BiliousneSs Neuralgia Weaknes and all Stomach Liver Kidney t and Bladder derangements ajj wpuderful Tome At CJ Hay dons Drugstore 50cehtse Must Remove PolesI At a called meeting of the City Council last Thursday nignf the Cumberland Telephone Tele graph Company was ordered to remove its telephone poles andI wires from all the streets and alleys of the town The city authorities say the company hac no franchise The actIon taken is the result of a raise in the rate on many telephones from Si- to 165 in private residences The authorities claim that the residence phones can be profit ably furnished at 1 per month and business pht nes at 2in stead 165 and 275 the prices charged at present and that Lebanon Shelby ville aid many other towns of the State are fur nished the 1 and 2 rates and there is no reason why Bards fZwn should not have these rates also Bardstown Standard Waps You canLOt have good health unless your kidneys are sound for the kid neys filter tne blood of itnpuriMes which otherwise act as irritating poisons and break down the delicate organs of the body and cause serious trouble If you have kidney or slbndneyyourself to blame for results as it positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases Sold by Red Cross Drug Store To The Wall t The American Reserve Bond Company of Chicago success ors to the Southern Mutual In vestment Company of Lexing ton was yesterday thrown into the hands of a receivtr through t the action of the Federal Courts At the same time proceedings against the company were slated in the State courts The Coni pans was a 3000000 corpora tion and was formed last fall inI Lexington when the Southern Mutual and the Colonial Invest meat Company and Nbi th Amen elm Investment Company of ptI Louis were merged into the one any known as the Amciian compo Bonn Company large number of Harrods II burg people held stock in the Southern Mutual Company which was still with the Chicago concern It is believed here tbe company will not be able to pay wore than ten cents on the dollar to its creditors which will maki Iit fall heavily on the Harrods burg stockholders Mr A Smith Bowman formerly of this citywas president of the com pany A branch office of the concern was still maintained al Lexington The company has been in bad shape for some time arid a nun ber of suits have been filed agajnst it Three suits are now pending in the Fayette Circuit Court for a receiver for thc company and one suit is pending in the Federal Court at LQUS ville for a receiver These suits Were brought for the purpose of recoverirg the money that has been paid into it by the pe titioners in the suitHartcds burg Herald It iis possible to obtain relief frou chronic indigestion and dyspepsa by the use of Kodol for Dyspepsia Some of the most hopeless cases of long standing have yielded tfo it It ehables you ijo digest the food you eat and ex ercjses a corrective influence build ing up the efficiency of the digestive organs The stomach is the boiler wherein the steam that keeps up your vitality health and strength Kodol digests what you cat Makes the stomach sweetputs the boiler in condition to do the work nature de mands of itgives you relief from digestive disorders and pats you in shape to do yonr best and fepl your best and feel your best Sold by all druggists The only man who evbr arrested al President of the Uni led States is now serving as a jiiror in the District of Qolumbla Criminal Court W H West IS his name and the occurrencethat made him famous happen i in this way Presient Grand was fond of horses and wa fr quentJy seen on the road about Washington driving ipirited animal at a I voly cli WEst was a mounted policeman and was given special intruc ions upon fast driving Am np the first to come under his notic or exceeding the speed linvt was President Grant although WVstf did cOt know 1t was Grant ontl after he had caught up wiih him and placed him under arrest The President did not reaUzeh wasdriyingatan excessive speed and did not deny the charge but accompanied Wfstto the station where he was quickly released Grant admired West for d ing his duty and they two were gqpj friends for years Everywhere on the streets of Washington West is pointed out as the only man who every arrested a Presi dent A good complexion is impossible with the stomach out of order I pasty sallow people would pay more attention to their stomachs and less t6 the skin on their faces they would have better complexions Kodol fOr Dyspepsia will digest what you eat and put your stomach back in ilight shape to do its own work Kodol re lieves palpitation of the heart ilatt lence SOUl stomach heartburn etc Sold by all druggists Sold for 7500 On Monday Major David Castleman sold his great three yearold saddle stallion The Moor 1907 t Uen Wm J Palmer for 7500 He wilt head General Palmers magnificent stud The Moor was probabry the great st son of the greatde ceased sire Cecil Palmer 933 It will bereinembered that he was the champion two yearold of last year and competent j d eswho have seen the colt this year say he was the sup riorcof any three year old of the breed that eyer lived While the price may seem atj first glance a large one it simply represents the horse1s superlative quality The boise was shipped by er press Monaay afternoon and iii the same car went Africa a 3 year old dugh tf r of Cecil Palmer that was also bought by General Palmer for 700 It would seem that Major Uastlemans claim that greatetIbeing rapidly justified and his deb two years ago is the mcre Ito be regretted In the transplanting of this great son of his C ljradors gain is Kentuckys loss HarrodsDui Het aid Not a thiug hannrulTirtfDne Minute Cough Curr but it relieves a cough quickly cuts the phlegm Healing and soothing Sold by all driggiits Mor Experiences The following are some extracts from a private leiter tc Mai W J Lsle of Lebanon from his son WJ Lisle JrI who is a resident of San Francisco Letter was written five days after the earthquake Thanks to myMaster myselI and wife are alive Last Wed nesday darkness closed on San Francisco a rich beautiful city prosperous in every sense of the wordand with a great future Todej she is a mass of snoul dprmg ruins with a people mourning the loss of property life ruined business sickness tnd poverty Words cau never portray the awful scenes of the past few days Men women ana children were killed in their beds without a chance for a prayer others were maimed mangled aiuLrumed for life A great many people have com mitted suicide 1 saw two sui cides with my osn eyas I saN an old lady impannel herself on a soldiers bayonet I saw u man cut his throat with a razor 1 have seen eighty people pumped into a common grave mangled and torn witn no one to mourn them they were some of the un identified dead On one of the pubiia squares i saw a mother wiib her four little chil dren by her side all cold in death and the father was dragged away by the soldiers a raving maniac Thugs and thieves loot at night and wbei they ai6 caught they are EholI like d gs and a stick stu k in their bodies with a sigr on them rflTbis dog was a tlief1 Some 2ooco or 300000 people are leeJ ingun the ruins a great niiny arp leaving the city with no cnjrtationl in view their one 1ucft1k to get away from this plate of hopror I have sent myI wife to Odkland but I myself am s eeping in the streets in the wind Unu ut aijo ama nervous yreck from the loss of sleppi food and vajier We have opened i temporary offico and I repor ted for duty but being in no con dition for work was sen awayJ Things are a little bett2r to day r got a good meal and washed ray face 4 Mountain otvOoW could not bring as much happinessto Mrs Ltisia VillteI of Caroline Wis as did one i5c box of JTucklens Arnica Ha lye when it completely cured a running sore on her leg which had tortured her 23 long years Great st aniseptic healer of Ptles Wounds and Sores 25c atC J Hay dons Drugstore News Notes Democrats of the Third district Saturday held a double tfpnven tion in the same hall at the same time at Jeffersonville arid made two nominations for Congress Reprt sentative William T Zenor of Cordon wasVenommated by one faction and William E Cox of Jasper was nominated by the other faction T A Wright who had announced himself a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of Tennessee has withdrawn from the contest This leaves Hv Clay Evans late Consul General at London and frmer Pension Commissioner the only candidate for the R publican nomination The Missouri Supreme Court We Tr st- Doctors L If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaus tion you shpuld begin at once vith Ayers Sarsaparifli the Sarsaparllla you have known all your life Your doctor knows it ttoo Ask him about it Unless there Is daily action of the bpeli rollonolll productl ItO ablorbed ache drlpeplla lid thl1- lpronlltlnlt tile SripsilIIa from doing Ui belt work Ayers are ltver plUs Act gen 7 all vegetable rii I A x Ji1flues VlMtrII S We ban ao seereti We publlik the formnUi of our tnediolnt J en blanc Saturday granted a mo lion tiled by Commissioner An thony asking that the ouster suit of the Attorney General against the Standard Oil Com pithy and allied companies be continued to the October tern of court The T P A convention ini ssssion at Paducah Sat red votedl to hold the next convention in Louisville in 1907 Ode hundred dOllars was voted for the reliefn AIyhQSan Francisco disaster Details of t how dummy directors were used m effecting the consolidation of five companies into the Continental Securities Company have been given in sworn statements by the men who actedat the meeting The directors were brought to Lexington Ky from St Louis all expenses paid and given a banquet besides in return for serving as directors of the Southern Mutual Investment Company for four minutes RooseveltyrsterdayiransOJh report of James R Garflelcj Commissioner of Corporations giving the results of his investigaMon of the subject of transportation and freight ratesI in connection with the oil industry In his message the President expresses the view that the report is of capital importauce because of the effort now being made to secure such enlargement the powers of the Interstate Commerce Com mission as will c nfer upon the commission power in some measure adequate to meet the needs of ihe situatton The statement is added that the Department of Justice ill take up the question of instituting prosecutions in at leastcertaip of the cases and the hope is expressed that Congress will enact into Uw the bill Senator Knox to correct thh iinterpretations of theimmunity provision rendered In Judge Humphreys decision For a painful burn there Is nothing like DeWittta Witch Hazel Salve There are a host of imitations fI DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve on the marketbee that you vet the genuine Ask for DeWitts Good too for sunburn cuts bruises and especially recommended for piled Tbt name E C J eWItt O Chicago is on e erC bo Sold by all druggist f The Kentucky DerbyI The thirtysecond Kentucky Derby was run at ChurchilJ Downs Louisville last Wednes day The weather was perfect and the attendance was estima ted at about 25000 Sir Huon was the favoritaand wpn easily with Lady Navarre a comfortable second This is another victory for Kentucky blood and breed ing Sir lluon is tLreeytars old and is owned by George J Long of Ljuisville He was born bred and trained at Basbford Manor Mr Longs country estate in Jef ferson county a few milea from Louisville He is by Falsetto jut of Ignite Thedistance was one and a quarter miles and was run in 208 45 Do Not be Imposed Upbi originatedUoneyand remedy and on account of ihe great uerit and popularity of Poleys Honey sad Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleye Honey sfffti Tar and refuse any sub ititute offeree as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It containsnp opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cross Drug Store free Trip Ti Louisville The Retail MercharitsAssocia tion of Louisville will refund in cash to one of town customers tjiecostof out round trip tick ets based on a one and one third fare on the following dates April 2nd to 14tMay 7th to 19th June 1ith6thF- or particilarsadaiss J V Beckmann Manager Retail Merchents Association Urban Bldg Louisville Iky C S Fir NitckiH- Mrs R A Mclntire Spring field Ky RF D No2 hal eggs from pure bred B P Rocks and S 0Bu ff Orpingtona for sale at 1 per 5 f I OOfi i firoWOOfiNfifi lltiriI J Of LOCAL INTEREST r1I ftrT IVANDAusMome low down malicious scoundrel deliberately committed an act of vandalismi wbichlhejshould punished ifj caught The resident along East Main street have planted shadeIwhich promised in a few years to greatly beautify tre street as well as to add to the comfort ot the residents with toeir protec ting shade On last Friday mOrning citizens who were early astir in that part of the town were astonished to notice that some miscreant had gene along the street and had deliberately mutilated and destroyed nearly all of the young trees along the sidewalk f JY a distance of sever al hundredyards Tbework was evidently none with a bigknife and the trees were bent and hacked off The work was not that of a child for it requit d considerable strength toaccom phsh the feat so that tbef now who committed the wanton ai tI possessed the physical strength of no other attributes gf a man Marshal Grace is working on the case and hinks he has a clew which ra ly lledd to the arrt st of culprit Heshould b6 punished 16 the fullest extent of the law SCHOOL ELEcTIoTie regu lar schcol election for the Springfield Graded School dis irict was held at the school building on last Saturday The terms of two of the Trustees Messrs I H Thurman and G 0 Wbart nhad expired and the election WQS for the purpose filling these vacancies There were four candidates or rather there were four men voted for Judge Thurman it is thought is not eligible and he was in no w se a candidate although he ieceivei several votes Judge Selecmanls name was also used There were 51 votes cast in the election and the 41ieialyote was as followsG C Wharton 47 M1 H Jones 45 L H Thurman 6WE Selecman 3 Messrs Wharton and tones were de clared elected TcfWN HALL It seems that as ftr baekas1878thepeQpe of SpringSeld were indulging in dreams for a Town Hat The Washington County Herald pub lished in that vear contairis the following oWe understandthat the is a lively interest mani fisted amongour citizens for a new town hall to be erectpd by a joint stock company One has aready indicated that he would furnish the building site and three others haye signified a willingness tosubcribe live hun dred dollars each for the ent jr prise Atthis rate with a little exertion a handsome city hall would seem to be alreadyo fixed fact ON LThe Harrodsburg HeValdsays HMr Jeptha Biitbn lot Sullivan Ind Saturday to ba present at the trial 9f his brother Fred nritton for killing Henry Shswmaker some mouths ago Mrs Fred Bntton and two children who have been with relatives In tliis county accom pinied him It is said the case is not as bad as first repotted and thre3 ot the ablest lawyers ia the siaje will defend him Bbjh ritton and Henry Shew maker his victim were formerly of this county acd had moyed frpni here to Illino s FINE COLT The mare Topsej Bpll No 2221 owned by W S Gibbs of Willsurg foaled a very p omising filly by Prince Rupert April 25 h Topsey Bell is the dam of Peaccfck Jrand 1bGibbs thinks this youngster the best lOU she has t ver foale J A Shooter for Policeman Exi Policeman rLuthur Herrob o this city was elected p611bt man of Lancaster Tuesday b thp council of that city Lit week oMcemanPullardof LID cAstervas slatnby a man whom c llS SUBSCRJ7ION 1 I 8 f10D A YE 8 QGG RII Y t3 a I he was endeavoring to trreston a chargelof illegal whiiiky sell l log Determined to suppress the traffic at all hazArds iht i people met and knowing Mr Herron by reputation and believing him to be the man they were looking forythey communicated with him by phone aid invited him over He went and the city council met in extraordinary ses sion and un jmimously elected him policeman We warpi blind lifer people and alt other claa ec of evildoers that they had better 1leeplwhen hejs around or goes aftirvthem He iis the cracJ pistol shot of ths section andbecause of his superb marksmanship with 0 rifle and revolver is ruled out of all Mcareer county turkey shoot lags Ebarrodsburg- A Herald torpid inactive liver caiur3rodsc e more bodily Ills than lmot anything else It is good to clean the system jout occasionally Stir the liver np and get iota shapp generally TW best results are derived train the HM of DeWitta Little Early XiHneli- able effective pkasaat pills with a reputation Never gripe Sold by all druggists Early CandiHates J j Wallace B own fdrtigo terms circuit clerk of Nelson coant has arinuunced himself a adeli date for the Legislature He t J wants to till the place held bj B P Grigsby Mr Brown is a friend of Gov BecJcham and wouldbefor GovBeckham for the United States Senate It is said to be Mr GrigsbYsintentionto run for the State Senate to fill the unexpired tejm of Senator Den Johnson the Bomioee lor f Congress in the Fourth district Mr Grgsby is for Goy Beck t hamalso for the Senatt He will haye Charles M Lewis bt Shelby county to oppose him Vr Lewis belDg thje candidate in Senator McCrearys behalf 1x 4 ts uHOCURE NOPAr 1 i Ji r How The Red Cress qrlii Slare ScJI Hyomel The Giiaraitetd Cure for Caldrrh 4 The Red Cross Drugtorhas aq unusual offer to make to our readers one that willhbe oflbfe greatest value to many For some years the RedCroM Drugstore has been walchintf = the rcsuts from the use of Hyo tnei a treatment for catarrh that cures by breathing medicated air absolutely without aiyr t stomach dosing THe reilte have been so universally iuc ceSsful J that they feel juitiSed lnyJ making a public offer le treat 0 the woE case of catarrh in SprirgQeld with the uadentand t ilug that if Hyotheicloes w t cure IF tthely nothing The regular Hyomei outfit costs only one dollar andcosvfi II tr ists of a neat pocket inhaJMp taat can be carried in tbepur t or vest pocket a medicine dip lper and a bottle of Hyo ei Iff i this is not enpugh for a eiire t extra bottles of Ili omei eaA fee obtained for 50 cents s j jtThe Red Cross Drug 64or pQriti ely guarantees curt if 1 t iiyomeil i r iVusfd in ccordaiic with directions or they will re fund the money rv i WorkB run Oil Golel MiI I The Nelson Salt LiclcCrpldi Mining Co comtocncedwwork 0fi ttheirgoid mine situated8iliM fromfrrtstowDIin Mario iounttf yesterday iBorninf Prom thtssys that have been t wade it w thought that tbi mines will yitW rich fetMrsr I The latest improved aeliittery has been plaoecl aitHe 4 ad work will rapialj pauw Abu Jorty Neikow coialy peo1 pie arejinteret4d m Ihe ty as stockbok1crm a 4 H wiU doubtless be cbe rjtrBS m to 7tr them to know that wetk k a begun in earaeet os MM isIBardstowtt StarfeH r lIjI J t t PXIMIl J WbIt Wjraudottet WbiN Wlf mouth Rock Single Comb Brown Leghorn eggs at 75 cents for 15r A fl 7J 7 THE NEWSLEADER p 4rUL1vZY TKUXSDAY tftil1AY1PIDVANCE 1 L i 5PRIMGF1ELD KY pUJirt = I iII4Ii iri bttae notices 10 cents per irb eqnrntinaertlon CMla oa candidates ana political matte jerllne r I i Job work is dose at low rates but cash Ii t JI to iiIIJ IlyJ ArT rtlsiBg coatmctsmado on liberal er Bin c Obituaries aLd resolutlcns of respect ants per line aty aE1NrJ 1ris il 12tc 50 OatrletO IU0 THURSDAY MAY 10 1906 We are authorized to announce Robert NoeHa a candidate for JJhe office of Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo ctatic party t Reports from San Piaccisco r indicate that normal conditions tare being promptly restored and the citizens of that place arew 2braveJyThe street car service has been put into operation again and water supply has been thl An iei of the size of thereleif TiDevinework who reports that 2200 ca- rr loads ofgoods have been received over the railroads for the releif Os the sufferers Dr Deviriesays that this is nothing like the amou tstillneededi 7 Mil ers urg Ky is having warm time over a local optonf c election according to a dispatch which says The locall option electionl here is causing great excitemejt The church bells 1have been ringing since 5 arrSThe women are holding praTer meeting and songservice the Christian churchyard in front ofr one of the two voting booths Cadets of the military school are parading the streets with drum and bugle and workers on both sides are in evidence Two free whisky joints have been closed bj the officers t A news itenj says that the American Reserve Bond Com J pacys mail has been held up iin the pcstomce at St Luis and i i tae parties composing it haVo- be in cited to appear boore LIEe Postmasthr General to how cau e why a freud order should not be issuedagainst them A f gcod many Springfield investors jnlpiFas well as a number ofI othr defunct investment com p flies would have rejcicedj v had th fraud order been issuedf tseveral years ago r The patrons of the flue insur ance companies which sustained losses at tbe great San Francisco fire will be called on to stand sitieiKssi 25 the companies willI 4make i3i effort to raise their rateial1 erthe country Tj1 Henry Prewitt Kentuckys In suranca Commissioner has an nounced that he will opposE vigsuclii an effortt in thia stae ant S 3ier rf hoping that he may suc deed in preventing it r ouutprfeilers are reported ito Jiave passrd spme bogus coin on j tHe bookmakers at tbe Lou s yule race A bool m iker iis Squoted as saying the juke is on tie counterfeit rs sndvthe pub Icus ipjinel lo r gep vlti imL itp Tneeadly cipa eite Iis slill getting jin its work Sfx persons were killed and a dozen rnrc in jortd by the collapse cf a ciga ret te factory in Havana A dispatch says that the riot iJ iing at Guadaloupe in the French kvesb Indies is something terrible Tuejiv s of al foreign r1are Ihreatenpd t 1 It iHiearedj tbat the recent Cjjld spell has done considerable i1mlge to fruit and crops s rousjhont Kentucky if Chicago is abcutto have anbth y e trik Of the buiidihgi t aJrethreatening to srlkel2 J L jzw Mount Vesuvius iis again showing signs of considerable activity The main crater is dish charging sand arid cinders The bill Providing an appro FriationVersailles passed the Senate TUEsday Ganr sSroBi A81L 1Norhlng will relieve indigestion that iis not a thorough digestant Kbdol Dyspepsia Cure digests what ou eat ard allows the stomach tto rest rCcuperatCTgiow strong again A few do es of Kodol after meals will soon restore th6 btcmach and digestive organs to a full perjrrm adee af their functions nature lly and bring health and strength Sold by O J HaYdon MOOR SIILLE 0 There was a good crowd out to ear Rev Boggis preach at New ope church last Sutdav and they have Called bJm to preach for four months 4 Mr W n Sweeney and wieof Woodlawn attended church at New Hope last Sunday Well our two grand children both girls spent a week with us Elizabeth who is 27 months old weighs 24 lb while Margaret weighsO1bsMiss Lydig Virgin spent a couple of days with berparcnts last wpek She is a studeut of the Nelson Normal School at Bardstown She returned to school last Monday W O Elliswas in Springfield llast Monday on business Owen Ellis spent last Sunday a t Wordlawn Misses OraCarnev and Eunice Weekly visited Miss Nancy Ellis lastl SUtday MrE G Boblit and family of Springfield yisUed Mr James M Wall and family last Sunday B M Cull visited his best girl near Stringtdwn last Sunday ChaplinSunday There wll be Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9 30 oclocn at New Hope Baptist SuperintenIdent secretaryFrost on the morning of May 7 1906 Miss Margaret Lyddan iis visiting in Louisville this week Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in the same ration that the use otDr King New Life Pills kcreas sThefsave you from dancer and bring quick and painless release from consti patlon and the ills growing out ofit Strength and vigor ahvays follow their use Guaranteed by C J baydpn Druggist 25c Try them 11 1 Zion Echoes f We regret that we cannot fur nish a let revery week to the C NC of the dear old NEWS LEADER but our farmers and housewives are very busy at borne and therefore news iis scarce Many of the farmers are through plant ng cornjMrs Frank Neal and children luf uhapin Fork spent Sunday with her mother Mrs R A RUssellIf v John Bayne was in Polin Sat urday aIte noon Mrs Kate Williams and son Thomas iMarshall were guests of Mr and MrSr James Joken lolpher Sunday J Miss Lydia Williams has re tu tied home aftera weeks visit to her friend Miss Lee Coken iolpher ii BJpomfield Mrs R A Russell has returned home from a visit to her site Mrs Neff of Harrpdsbu g wha Ilas been yeryill Mrs Kate Williams ard Miss Nora Bonta attended onfer nee Springfield lastS wek Miss Oraj Pnkston ind Mr atsy Briggs attended a party at Tattiam Saturday nigh jMr John Russell of V nars llalland Messrs Lee and Charles Piker of Harroisburg spen everal days lat week oa Chap lin river ushlng Miss Lydia Williams lefJL Mon day for LoiisiIlwlire she will spend several daj P TIlE TATTLERS fortunate Missourians CCVheoT was a druggist att LyontJ Mo writes T J Dwyer no v of Gfaysville Mo there ofm customers we e permanently cured of consumpthi by Dr Kings New Disco err and are well and strong to day One was trying to sell his property and move tn Arizona but aftsr using New Dfscovery a5bdrt time he found iit unnecessary to do so regard Dr Kina New Disc j very tI e most wonderful me licine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by C 1 Haydon Druggist 50c and Trial botte free- S ams Early Risers F TkaMussMttIsp1N J Valley Hill MAY H SpringWhenthing Join in glad time chorusingi Hall everyIIs life in sea and earth and air And every thing is very fair Arid lovely to see Mr and MrsSGRedCJicks pent last Monday with Mgsv W P Moran Sabe Efardin and wife of tl iis place Visited relatives near Wit lisburg Tuesday Johnni Kays of near Polin visitdJiosister Mrs A B Phkston of ibis place Situr day and Sunday and from there attended church atSt Rose Sun day evening Will ONeal who has teen vis iit Tig relatives in this section for several weeksl returned to his home in Lexington last week Covingtonwife Saturday and Sunday James Moran and Ed Pink ton attend d the aervicesat St Rose Sunday Mrs tioblett of BiQlter Vis i rHarryDeringer ent ecentlypurcIJRsed buggy x Miss Ethel Gary one of Polins iaccompanitdof Polin ereiin our midst Sunday en route to St Rose Hark Shehan pf Science Hall was io our midst Sunday Messrs Walter Goatley and FranK ONeal were in the Maud vicinity Saturday and Sunday As usual we had a good rain and a very severe cool spell on the first Sunday of May Many seem to think the frut has been kiiled however I hopie it is not It seems to me that iii the Cre ator had intended a nan or wo man to be continually puffing a raak cob pipe or cigarette He would have made them acute lit tIe brick chimney instead of such an empty crown Sabe Hardin who has bpen I engaged in sawing a large bill of lumber for VSY Goodlett hiiawmillof this place Where he will saw thousand feet of lumber Among the many new dwell imgs being erected is a nice one of Mr C L Grundy on his farm overlooking the L N R R and the Bloomfield turnpike Mr J lE Shelby has just corn pleted a wellplanned addition tot blnddinggreatIy paintiI4that g good taste in repairmgdwellings- Mr Ham Pile thebl cal has been obliged to rodierI mill capacity in order hrtnjHisgreat success A certe in Irishman who chanced tobe in business was asked re cently if he knew the scierice of lying to which he replied When a man swears ofil his tax es that is a diplomatic subterfuge and when a cheap mm comps into the store and you tell him the JO suits are the pest made that is a ttactful equiv IetIlowhe cant pay it for six months IIreadilyi i III UNO Piilliarh I Mr YDI Keeling bought alIyear old snare and mule colt 170 foll Owing to the scar iy of 11tAnt i tTo tLouisvillef4fromMay 7 to 19 iThe Retail Merchants Asioci tmemberstt ttWe Are Prepared ip Take Care of r Enormous assortment ofjTailored Suits i from 1475 to 5OOO J IILinen Mull and other Wash Dresses from+ S5OOup JJHandsome Skirts Stripes in YGOOL 750+ 91OOO and up Pretty Lin gerie Waists from 100 to 5000A trip to Louisville INo without a I to this store flH J GUTMAN CO r + 4T1111 = jarco planls we th nk tht tIP wilbeslirtbtuetTrjal buggyfromMr George ArmS tro g and family spent Sunday vith Fd Foster and ramiiy George H end rix bought a horse from WS Jibbs kr 100 Well the new road engiilo and grader is at work here and has done great ioiprovem nt to the dit rDajd running out to Rock Bridge church Lambs are bigeugagedaL 6 Cents for the June market LQuiJiiei this week We are tod that Miss fernma Hyatt wii tteach the Rock Bridge school this session gfiedMondayJudge Thurman and wife were at Tatham Sunday Blaqk and Johnson are doing a good business ith their uittr ket wagon Mr John Sparrpv and wife visited frierdshere Sunday Mr Grant Scott and family visited friends at Jenkinsvitle Sunday + Rmbtst blan III thr Worla The richast man in Uio world can not have his kidneys rcplRceflnot live tiwithoutto neglect these orjjans If Foley Kidney Cure Is taken at the first tfgn ol danger the symptoms will dienp pear and your health v H be restored AS it StrngthcIIsafll iniildsiip iIorgans as nothing else viJl Os Bowman LeLanon Kv writes atIi haIL used Foleys Kidney Cure aiidi take great pleasure iiri tatirig it cured me permanently of kidney disonBe which certainly would havQ cot me my life IFor sale by Red Oros rug Store I IISillsboro Prof W B Bdwnrdsl of Dan yule was in ourinidst iut weekr Doc Camraaclci is quite sicki with sciatica Thps Mdllvoy and wife o rei spending this week with relatives at Tatham Miss lfaud tiiman a popular young lady of Sbndy Giove Iis visiting Mrs Noel al Locust Grove Rev H P Walker the ular young minister of the popii church at Mackyiilo Svas here last week looking after the spirf itual care of soihri ofhis Jlock He will conduct n seriesof meet ings here about the first of July Davis Settles and wife Boo Shewmaker and wife of Pen wick spout Sunday with the family of John Shewmaker We would like to know what has become of our Willisbur writer Shn has boon absent for we6ks and somehow the C N department does not 1J1 pear complute without a latter from that thriying littl ton2 Most of tlio farmers will vintdj up planting uovn this week and a rush vill be made to get thejrj tobacco ground in readiuoss A scarcity of tobacco plantsIsro ported Uutworms tie numerbu doing a lot of damage togirdaas The poenle are very anxiou to havcrlthe new pike built her beforp winter and as there Is only it 1C small mettle to be pck1 on it seeml wu ought to lme too road ready for travel before bad weather We hope to secaie sonic cne to take the contract tJ buihtthe rtond Anyone desniiig5 iuMlipr information call on Prof J T Prll her j ewt Morgan and wtftQ r1Chtpl1nMrs P B Pcather Sftturdti 7 and Sundny C- Tho members of the Chriiiii church ac this place ave empkiv ed Rev JackJ Sims to pretch every second Sundsy in each month for the remaindor of Ib et + + 521 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky You Handsome Lonnie several + iThe Gceaest T VIIKIL Wear xtlzcSouth I t I t i THEW thelnew nippedin waisti A different model difr ferfait sort of Prices start at 10Q tt Sold Qnltj + BrQS j yeitr We learn that they win orgtuiMWaSunday school Rid their work JRumor haittha- e t an effort will be made tt ral money to reptrir the hdui is very much needed If s in lll steps along tls line are flu taken soon wo willtiQ have any chuicb house for it js rL111y- lgcrlngdPWn If we permit the down how lontr Win itbe uriL the graveyard will be tneglected but if wa keep the house well repaired and have regular preaching the srav 1mlbe s pi opeily cared for We hope the good people here will the work and we wish thent Gods sped in every effort put forth to advance ttbft Realise of retigion lit this place or 6lseiJ where LIr4- Ciiiin WHi llY2i1ciInomoredangerus thatsnei lIIot kiilney disirdern Foe tItf fluey C ifo liirre ct ircetjnVrities and has eared many eyereca 0a after other treatment has cured mnttjr ievero sealer otlier tr atM eii hasfaMed It builds up the worn out tIssues and restores health Hl i 4rhI was troubled with IcIdnAjr complaint for about t wo 3oar jrri6s AH Darfas of Sit Sterhnjp Iowa hut two bot tlwof Folejrs Kid tier Curs effete a 1erft1aiIezt cur SolJatthe R l Cro DrUjj StoreppIt bMzikillcf I 4HMisTlky GraYswY ylai jUng her fattat Mr Oumpbcll p5aturday MndSuncLiy it Mrs flaxes bftsn sick i g10W13t Mr Ed Derr acd fjiniily were vtig at Go rniAjivflle Sturdft f jtnyl MrOkey Cloyd and wifei were ijtii Hnrrodsbnrg Chopping Tues dav Jboii1iihorse It Tnce paid laO f The meeting at the Christmif hflichvas iio1oed nntfl the 23rd 111kboro S ie Methodist eli urch ltJ3tiday Mr aris Pijfcer who Las been sick ong te irnprofiijg very sl bly Poslnrxister fibed W lout s Po teams ei at jjiliyerton la ne Jy JosVhis lilet tiudaccording ij his lletter whtch gays TorSCiyo rtIhiKl ejironic ther OO1 ij aIt1trwtlch Jol 3ocli 0 vere case of jaundice that even my fiog iir nails tunieU olIoV when toy doctor preseril bed Electric Jitters Abjet cured me titkd have kept me veTfor eleven years SUr enrj for 13tlIoospa Neuralits Wet1r es tiiid all Smach L4c r Kidnej iiid B Jder derin tcmcins a wonderful lmneAiO J Hay don s Drugstore 50 cents lliii lJii chooHro1Mt Mii5 Aa Cttkanolt near Pnllmmj was flw ple 84nl jrae0t of MUsOillei ParIb Saturdnj ught w ndwr1Unc1fnfl Grove soen4 Sunday wiili Y Goid1Giid Mmity Uev W II WiUiftta dtiiVeiad it WmperLnc4 I a oo r stlldotlmnsa Thftad4Tigbt Liaere as a hig od i uvio lif ar him and ve trust- Rwdoolwatdone Chat l 4BsteI Mrs P W feriy aid step Ii 4E1T iJdO ip p GtMt igththt yri- t eat Tt X5 IMtss Eftift Kimbcrin iis vfeifc tpg lifer sister Mrs 11Jttr net e o f i aek vflje Mt tud Mrc CL Brad t fI t41pa1 Bprinpfteid alirfed ser viees at Jet h heaa SirJtdayI IeWIle the Utile dufffhtor otll Ir and Mrs Levy JINi PetersoniofI Fenwiek were visiting in tni- lXJrt m nity SifrJnrIL B Purdm bouall t of Jai1Hendrix one Ihot r prif e 125 fCIIY5KIDnYmRE II Hakes Kidneys and Bladdsr BfahS 1 T Corsets larc andsha fashion is apparent They inflict no ustalowifullall the pressure of lacing upon the hipsi and hold the figure erect Made with the latest hIgh bust shade and for oach figure b- jRobertson puSh wholms Sumlny cre ktblrclfddY tow6ISturdy yform gar1rnbnts FiNGtWANJ FORKS Never use flf1t when takiiiij a ple c offcread I AToU using SiKJOH for auytbiug that JMWt Ikidt l istry sh afcltlttihwLill a fork lbO ive crem where the proper forkf ar wrvi1 It h penntsrffcte to eat cctcr coiji n t aragUH val ciwnhil LIilILresSktl l snlI witt t1 trLOlive Mltottkt be Ijftetl from tinS dish rIh Guf Mvftotti gfsftoou but should 00 oaua from tH anggni ftiM iirpitr f itl fisb nijtl- iiaMk r Ah IuQa hcahl be tala 1iiIa tie IU JIM tltwvl npIJUi tbo n J J li PtQOpleat ia d4Uat 1Ii lc pttJIe trntfSw erocw Yokk Lftk tCshJtC nUtUUruted HM want oCW coaipjsSt r6nonnjto aXptj Im 1 aikd talnl wljii- U 8ouvf iGft liuiMrtaul to x pfew nisUi Tte iwrvKUe juast lisjw eu aiTaMelI pweiy Ole a t oiue Vine or uolli Ttics artS n1rI1IItienIwayor uIK1litbe for Instauc 0 traislzUiig tbe e n aticjit Ft s 01 5 tlc wen tre teptty iffta ac peisoii who uiaj be rltlier nieUae or fourtlnine lltt lack of iMrtfiStantean wonl to expiW botli asca Tjrithmit gjieclfyiug eiuiei Ikint bQirei r tropte tbe now WaW who ai Iroac t lrftkdrcs with the iuccui Hts Il5ItMLulenseil a friml of mine IMI 0UIIIIIfld JDIttnst It tto tea T Ltrtfilflw TnQiiiele A LOIR tlat runciiian For a cwtffHjr ft probably ioiiWr the rote otthetwst i ri tqrs and y ilIi Itsbtaig has LeV Three wotiLr jiij iLc same coii troction see tqaratott by I 1I1usII yocatfve tiic weoiMl and third lIon inn the Two pertons luteconlPr Jobn Tamos inHlIl uittK hue cDJJie Awl m w tin three names ard all njnnatire Tlireff JftIJUUiI 1m ve came The to iMyiUi can be imitated otherwise juajg by I York limes A SIi1termi OOlnotcirCrC The ht t Iiouiwhil1 was Wthrough lle TMud jvkeIs theinexi morning lWk kept jrwi 00t80 latfei iailht sJie 1Jf1JDUJnlro It va tlx a CBtoit of tOO eatnp lgu IIf itar the Mtwer halt rei liel ivnit tllddL tskethre eirkwteiv fto open ir tlltt And i6fe itapv flnj offetidhig1 articles from hiA iLdjssket mid waved tlieii- before JsLicIetkiud Plehj 1etler rrt1lcJcJl 1is R11i1tJliit osdcseeqdtng lth f I am t1Iiilf fnelng sOus t td WiercJ Fariuer Corntost ailt j Jlp uakyoi Wft gi t tiii rourInnbehIyg1Id to beraH stoiic or- Iwrbcil wiretf W1 ton Star at nlil Stnr- Jf Itil 1bony IrOII1ptIY3 Xo liftiba to Jxs nrveA l ainl tjterwt qd fre r Jjr y 1tIm t the of I gt to Uwt rb4nt wb were Ih ng J j MMCivelaud Plalu jMhr fle Wmls of health Yw we ijB T hlebNiJthJI nd yqt how tte AVMlii It There Is no iray in wbwh we wt isresnl the rufeJ that vompiMt We read for exam pie In uW 4Htc sad in Wl and in the ttirs linitd of wtilUng for lIght and quiet we pit allthiyut work vrlicn vo Ahould tars the day witli excrclae 1Dtihon wthsuW eat lbwly ami invoke Ue iMiw m of diQmtioa we sloHl frow MHp thu 3sns tthat belong to ttat bo wlfH e tw er of tliwl n twp Kvo ae Ufht our gustatory nerres oyor ban Quet w6iH iBlll rr jes could upS grlnit to t1iItIUtIfl EuI Ave drliik duaf 511l- C11inttmetbestorb itiiiei 1kb tmlnfon lire Itd1tiJflrfw te body to m adwhtltl jiJl i dnol we cp nlout Itt w iCr v wie f bzitc oiWeIea to bIaflie und our onsefdlltto iaiiifssUoji OIC CropfJtksi Ml the Xuvd rXee Id one of the moitreriot bind bi this world IIQO tw are tWltuow Tho lsli pfu4W1 one crop tiny aiiI of Ibis Ike tnaRate Uie gwing iad bwrlt3tiiY If ftrtfef VB Lite Clnyi ReMt n tntirt Snlrers Jhnrt itbncf So Hc ry Cky Is mmcnioo jm aaI ttnl crctyrisenf Lt S Hegt pf f thoi eotuucnJ llSh theelTvet tk4ot tMlrl1j hi Iud naesnbhtne A lslw Vfifli tuna told tbia story In the r Soitcjnhop y Sulzierl heftW that there ft an ofcl J aojro buriwr in VZJy1ttOi1 who ijdfyouth hul xliaved llertry Clay IOtltllIIItnIo him SiIIafr dill not afcy ajiy tling for4 bag While expecting tho barker to cay onkthiug aJtaW too re etniibince lVhesa tIieliavo ss hearjc ly over Unit tby out man saftl JUiythlnj Stibscr ooold ptttbaT fUll aiiy longer Ie 4teH eakllbe do Irwnki lyou in auj IInI Bith lOtwSl dt ilBortlon p i1ts1tnted f viijtoiitn T 1r ntJst I t 0 r H sah p r lr t 1 hcJ I r l z5z v Ii IIJIIWI4IUUI I i Are what we are offering to our men customers just tp now antiwe are prepared to fit you out tfrom Head to Foot Ii I L E rW have an especially Eo 4attractive line of Shirts at Eii c l I k I Buy one of our new style g negligee Shirts with Collars 1and Cuffs attached fc i fe Gentlemens half hose in all styles and mens Ox tifords in patent leather tan and calf E EII WHITE AND FANCY VEStS j Genuine Panama Hats at 5 and 10 If you I are 1going on a trip let us sell you a nice Suit case 1I GRUNDY fi MclNTIRE iWtJ fflfIqtItflitM qM E I Time FliesIr Is an old adage Its a big jump though from the time of the thechasinyuThtoday almost a chronometer OfII Accurate Clocks Elegant Jewelry aridItA is what you find the year at mv Jewelry store Mv g stoi k reflects my being expert in selecting a jewelry fl mon J buy from me It i1j fi James J Ura StOCkJjTOsa t1 t l it 4 j I Now is the Time it 1 TToBuy Your 1 t Water Coolers ice Cream FreezersIcs r Refrigerators Oil Stoves r Hose for Sprinkling Grass Scythes Snaths Lawn Mowers f ffc Washing Machines v + J t icJttJ GARDEN TOOES to r trrSuch as Hoes Shovels Spades RakeeJ etc v tl tItI d Dont Forget 1 t Our Diamond Edge line of Zorsi Shears Knives 3t Axes Etc They are the bestrCall and inspect our stock of theaboved We 1 want you to see them W JiJicELROy SIIIILTZIIn J1 ftV t J iZ IlfrI MVe Your k f i f L P J Buq g Panfectif J Mr W C Foley of VersaIlles Jnexpert carriage painter has rented the Kit Casey carriage and paint shop on West Malrf Street and desires to inform the publicthnth is prepared to do allI kinds of high class arri g and 1 BwgijrJPaintingt attrje most reasonable pric ssatjSf ctron- t guaranteed He will give you a low price orii 1 all work Calll on Mr Foley at the shop ii HALLS from75centsto15OTo VEGETABLE SICILIAN 0 flafrRener J Ahighclass prepiration IorthehfirKeepstthehgJrsoft sad glossy and prevents splitting at the endS Cures dandruff and always restores color to traY hairII Ar IrtA- t DR J I BURTON RRSIDENT DENTIST 4 TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OVriCK Hagma Block up stairs 4 SPRINGFIELD ITX J All Dental Work Strictly Firstclass t DrJH LAMPTON DR J C MCDI t f JI1 AMPTONMUDD pjicians and Surgeons Offices over Haydons Drugstor It r WF J GRIGSBY XTTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Bank SR1GFJELD KY tJ B EOBABDS M W 1Y T1 RoBARDS HYATT f j Physicians and Surgeons Office over McEltoy Shultz DRJH HOPPER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON PHONES Office Over Office 97- Residence Hagans Grocery 1 71 JON 1 MAYES i fUHERAl uiKECTOB rW iiUCESSEDEMSALMEIl rTELEPHONE = DAyagtNIGHT74 4 SPRINGFIELD KY Rairoad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown and Springlield biacch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville at 410 p m Bardstown Junction pmiarrives at JSpringneld 645 p jI No 42 Leaves Springfield at 6l30am Bardstown 617vam B rdf own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am cNo 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 prr No 44 Leaves Springfield a t 120 pm BaJd town 230 pm Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm Nta 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards tSwnSam Bardstown Junction 845am arrives at Louisville 835 am4 1 No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards town 753 prn arrives at Springfield 825 pm Bollds Carriage Repair Shop f upfIhplstering done Grain Cradles o1 4 and for sale 1 have for sale now one new hand made buggy new hand made spriug wagon and a good second haud spring wagon I Iwill work cheaply for the rnonW All work strictly cash ir WH BOND Springfield Ky FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES i Paked Daily jJ Always good always fresh We z havea new Eaker who is an ar isi at leaking good things c SiX Loives of Bread for 25c Hertlie Confectionery ii C B Leghorns r Exclusively Eggs for sale 100 for 15 101 7 t5 for 80 4 MRcl L N REED i RPD No3 JrAdministrators NotiGf All persons having claims t Against the estate of Isaiah Eraheri deceased are notified fi ll present same properly proven f1 to me or to my attorney John W4jewis at his office in Spring 1i fOji tirTefjore May 10 1906 for f s tt1ement- tfPrather Administrator jJI Notice ft to CreditorsII tA1 peisons having claimsi 4 againstthe estate of Uriah Shew j naker Deceased will presentt il mep1opedY J r wen t9 tne or Mb my attorney W F Ndikirk i40nor befor tLe Irt dat of Juoe lOO Thos E Wilsonk Adrnr of Uriah Shewmaker JOIETSHONET TAS to ftti rim f f 1fafH r v IIoUfr mWlW WW mwro Happenings of Interest Freshest and Latest I AllAbout Yourself Friends and Acquaintances iioo Fresh bread daily at Johnsoi It priceson ill molasses at John oh McCabes t Fresh bread at Campbell every Saturday Strawberries Friday evening at Johnson McCabe For screefo rsandindoWs go to Leach manithe furniture f man i If your buggy needs painting call on W C Fblev at his shop mSprngfieldt t tDr W C Gijigsby at the Val ton Hotel the second Saturday of each month i See our 10ij counter Its loaded with ahepp goods at Othpbeli Good wOr1ipaint put on to stay and look well guaranteed by W a Foley Armours best mince meat at 5c package never sold for less than lOo at Campbells j A firatclass uiortjsed screen door hinges etc complete for 100 at Leachmans 1 If you will try one pound bf our 17Ac coffee ybu vfttl never buy any other at Campbells Wait for Dr Grigsby the Eye Tester and Glass Fitter at the Walton Hotel lay 12th We still selfl you furniture cheaper than anvbojdy 16omem and get prices at Campbellsl WANTBI D One qini1g1ooni Sirl at thefVYallon JIpteL WOODSON Moss Come invund llet 6stalk buggy to you befoie 500 ony Hiydon Barber The best screen d ors and windows can bliidtat Leach mans furniture store t FOR SALEA good gentle pony and pony trap Jpim F SIMMS Sbbus Friday evening fcr- fresh spring f getables Jolipson McCabe The best and cheapest screen dos and windos can be found at Leachman furniture store f f Second hand buggie and car riages bought and sold on com mission WCFoley Spring field Ky i New beans peas tomatoes cauliflower cucumbers fpie apples hew potatoes etc Ftfday at 5ohnsoh cCabes Eaite your Eyes tested and Glasses fitted by Dr W C Grigsby at the Walton Hotel Saturday May 12tl1 Ask to see the new Invisible Bifocal Glass jiJssjefar and neat with Fitted bJ Dr Gi igsby th Optician of Bardstown Col Georg W Bain is onGbf the best lecturerjS before the public Set on sale Monday rrhursdanightor next week If you want to see something nice in the buggy line call and llet us show you the contents of our buggy Warehouse If you are loorking for sojtnething upto date we can suit ybu Haydon Barber 6Co r crLC PAINTbt reIVj eIeI it the natural rcsistent Cj- V coating of th0 wood itself v l Use Mastic Paintits best vr- f VafliishI l p over those n arred places jj on the interior woodwork i Surprising th difference in t appearance puL of Sun t 1tH lag tbi best Sunshine Finish llooks almost tie v even after I d JL yeLsiiard1wear YA t fcJHAYDONlC Corner Drug Store X i JI cJ4 J4J flJ TQPICS Ii Try our milk bread at Johnson McCabe Mr Charley Logsdon has the foundation for a small residence on bis lot on Lebanon streetII Just received a new line canned peachEs pearsjaIr cot Jetc at Johnson McCabes All kinds of carriage repair ing trimming eic by C Foley in old Casey Shop on Main streett Mr George D Robertson is t16 have a handsome new plate class front put into his store building on Main street The Work has been Itt to Contractor Osso B Stanley W C Foley formerly of the Seller Carriage Co offVersailles has charge of the carriage paint ing shop at the old Casey stand M r Foley is an expert workman n4his work is guaranteed Mrs Kate Williams has just received anew line of trimmed and untrimmed hats in Leghorn Tuscan and other styles tnat will be closed out at very close figures regard less of profits Therewill be services as usual at the Presbyterian church on- iixtSunday Rev T D Latii teer who has been at Stanford conducting a revival meeting returned home last evening TRAYEDraen up on myji place asow and 6 pigswhich owner gn have by proving property snid paying for keep and fo1 this advertisement 4JE WHEATLEY TheSpringfield Fair this year will be held oh August 15 16 17 and 18 The date has been se ipcted so as not to conflict with aiiyoftbneighboring towns It follows Harrodsburg and pre cedes Lawrenceburg and Bards town Dogs got into Mr Luther Burns flock of sheep Tuesday night and killed five and badly crippled several others Mr Burns announces thathe will hereafter kill all dogs found on hispace Thegame adver4edIorJast Friday between the High School team of this pla e and the St Marys College baseball club failed to materialize owing to the fact that the St Marys boys failed to show up The local team is anxious for a game as soon as they can scare upta worthy opponent IThe committee on interior ren ovation of the Baptist church has ordered ahandsome Moquet car pet sf Robertson Brothers aLdl before it arrived the wals of tie church will be frescoed or paper edacd the pews and all the woodwork varnished and paint edy making the church one of the most attractive jn town t Rev Pierce jof Danville Is eonductiug a revival meeting at the M E church assisted by the pastor RevG WLyori Mr Pierce is a minister of excellent qualifications t spiritually and mentally and the people of this community are fortunate in having him b The services will continue about two weeks Mr J I Martin of Pleasant Grovr probably lIas the record for selling the hJghcst priced mule colt his year He has a mule colt only two weeks old T which he has sold to Mr John Gore of Bloomfield for 11Q tto Ibfe taken at weaning time The colt is by Mr B B Leachmans jack The Springfield friends of Miss Lillian Anderspnare taking a livei IIY interest iin that ladjs raca in the Courier Journals Tourto Europe contest There is a close race in her district the sixteenth Yesterday Miss Anderson jumped ahead of all competitors turning in ov er 18000 votes her vote yesterfay standing 148983 Miss Anders is a nieceof Mrs H M ONan und Mr WH MeEt roy of this rlaceISM Campbell reports Couriiy i Court atHarrodsburg as being tut125f1C rifromf ri fcr 3795 or about 405 per Lunched potni Borse sold r m Z2S toJ3 1 er head 011 a Ir oo Eyes Tested Have fitted hundreds of others i 5 and can fit you Names and J Prescriptions on file come and I see for yourself Give your IIrightIbutImodern kinds and styles of iilenses Bifocals of every de 3 scription c ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS I a Specialty Graduate Optician always on 5 hand to make test Satisfac a tion guaranteed IIB M Russell Ic lflM cQq- buggiesanci harness very plentiful and hard to sell at auy old prce Mr Ed M Russelll is having a new residence erected in the place of his cId one on Lebanon street Tf e work of tearing down the old house has already b gun and a handsome new residence will be built by QontractdiF Pettus The Russell home is one of the oldest houses in Springfield it having been built about seventyfive ye rsaeo Mr Pettus has bought of Mr Rjissell a nice buildfng lot south of his house and will erect there this summer one or two nice residencesi lDr J 1L McCorraacV Secretary of the State Board of Health will give a lecture at the courthouse here on next Tuesday morning May 15that 10 oclock Dr McCormack is giving a cdurse of Ilectures u der the auspices of the State Medical Society anuthe lecture will be free and of general interest to the business and profrssional men and to the ladies who are especially invited The subject A 1 For I il to oo of the lecture will be Things About Doctors Doctors and Other People to Know Dr McCormack is an attractive and those who attend will be well entertained The last of the of lectures to be given by the Springfield Lecture Course will be giv en at the Opera House her on next Wednesday evening May lGat George W Bain will the orator Owing to the fact that neatly all of the seats have been sold j advanqe for Wednesday night Col Bain lias been engaged to another lecture on Thursday the 17th on a different Col Bain the most enterv taming lecturers on the palform and duriogbis long career has appeared before some of the largest and most intelligent au in the country will be on the Red Cross store on Moday morning when seats Thursday nights lectut m y be secured Veris Mudd MudclSOfl of Mr C B died on last Thursday at the home of his aunt Mrs Mon roe Qacil from tha effects of fever Young who had beeu making home in Louisville was convalescing1 from a long spell tvphod fever when he was sent out here and to the home of Mr and Mrs Cecil The trip was evidently too for strength and he suffeied a le lapse and died after weeks The deceased was years of age and was ayoung man fine was employed as in a railroad office in Louisyille at the time he taken iiI Tle remains were buried at St lose on Friday mOlDIng Notice DrW1F Trnsty the wilt at Willisburg on Wednes May 16th to do all dental work =Died in the r placrf Department at Washington this week inf rming him the death of his brother B ker Cant in the Phillipines he as in the service the U S army Malarial fever is given as the t causeof his occurred on March 29th Baker Canter 27 years or age and was a son of Mrs Kate Canter who until a few months ago had been a resident of Springfield Young Canter had been in the army three years had been away from Springfield however feix years he having en in the army froni a point in Illinois where he hid been making his home was a SixthIuplaceIbeing made to have shipped at once FERQONAU j courtjthe first of the week Mr Will is at home from Louisville this week Dr John Shaunty is visiting his wife at Danville this weekj Hon WD JClaybrooke is in Frankfort this week Mr Conreid Hirtlein andwife in Danilie Sunday 11ILcuiSV I Mrs J N Shehan of Maud was in town Tuesday shopping Dr Spencer Wright of pp rdtto was in town TuesdayI Mr Presley speent Sunday i at Budsto n Mr and Mrs Louis Rogers were in Louisville Saturday IJ U i Fresh New Hats Friday and aturday 0 9 In Dress ReadytoWcar and- y I I Childrens Hats Something f fsuit all III 11-1- iiI Knott Millinery Co ts OO V which Ought speaker series be in deliver evening subject isone of diences Seats aleat drug choice for Deathof Vfris Mudd typhoid Mudd his of taken much his about time 21 of character He stenographer was dentist be day hinds of Phillipines of where of death which was r about He about listed He theta Medley were Wells IM Joe R Olaybrooke of J Louisville visited his parents here Sunday Mr Byron Park will visit Mr i Alex Hinkles family at Bloomfield f SundayiMrs Elizabeth Hord has been appointed Assistanti matron at Crab Orchard Springs- MrTKorntoh Leavell of Pan ama is with his sister Mrs Matt Mayes for a short visit Mr T MLanham left this morning for aVisit to his brotheC Miles at4uburn Ill Dr ard Mrs S J SrIockand children are Visitingt relatives at HarOins Creek Dr Mclntyre pf Wooilawn is visiting friends and relatives in this county this week Mr Thomas King bar gone to St Marys where he is at work on a new college building Mrs Fanny Leahey of Louisville v sited hr daughter MrsI W E Leachman the past week leftWed1Ilesday convention at Chattaliooga Tenn Mr Carlisle T Cleland ofI Middlesboro will visit at the horne of Mr J F Gregory Sun day MY Charles Henderson of Harrodsburgvisitcdat home of Mr Jiime F Gregory last Sunday Dr John Spaulding has re turned from Louisville where l1eII has been attending the Kentucky Universi y- Dinwiddie Lampton returned to Louisville Monday after a weeks visit at home with his parents Bluford Smith has returned from Xllinoi where he ba3 heen spending a few weeks wish relative Mr anlMr Will Ne tnd son John E cf Harrodsbnrg- visited T W Smith Saturday and Sunday Messr Doone T erringer ant SI 1 100 Bushels GERMAN MILLETT 1Will sell Cheaper than anybody PUMPKIN SEED tIn any quantity v 04IHeadquarters for LAWN MOWERS All sizes and the best kind The Old Reliable Firm HAYDON BARBER atlAlfred Dehoney of Leb non tended Masonic meeting be e Tuesday evening t Dr and Mrs J Hopper went to Perry ville last Thursdayto visit the Doctors p irents 1 he doctor returned Saturday Mr J T Craycrcft who has b2eq visiting relatives here the past month returned to his home in Chicago Saturday Mr Rucker Fiiliatreau of Blinco was in town on business last Friday and paid hisrepects to the NewsLeader office Prof J T C Nue of Lexing ton came Friday to see his mother Mru Margaret Noewhp isi in a citical condition wii heat t trouble Watceri Simms accompanied byDl J C Mudd went to Lou isville Mondiy to have an opera tion performpd fornasil tiouble- He is at St Joseph Infirmary Mr Miller Meyer of Honey Gr velrpex now a stud nt at Bryant t Stratton college Louis yule spent Sunday with his elatives the family of Mr F M Martin Mr and Mrs John Offutt of Bloomfield came here to visit relatives llast waek and were de tained here on account of Mr Offutts illness He will not re turn until next week Mrs Kale Canter of LOU f ule caoteout Tuesday evening to consul Attorney JW Lewis and Lieitj W O Reed in legard britigiHg the remains ot heron fiskervfrpm the Phillipine- Mi J1 W Lewis spent a few days iin Louisville last week the guest of Mrs Samuel Averitt and Mrs Fred Manget Mrs Mangel rtturned home with her mother and will remain here for a weeks visit fWhy I take a dozen things to cure that pough Kennedys Laxatiyp Honey and Tar allays the congestion S stops that tickling drives the cold out S through your bowels Sold by Cruggists alII LETTER LIST I t i List of letters remaining un called for iin the Springfield Ky pl Owek ending May 9C 08- r1iss Clara Boswelt Chatsy Collins Mager Crumys Horace Edelen Miss Cbloe Hykp Pope Giobs Lasie Jacksoo Mrs I Patison W C Robinson Miss Annie E Thompson Mrs Mary Thompson col John Henry Smith Miss Mary Sutton Mrs Warren Zuhars Persons cy lung ror theseletters will please say advertised and give date of list j WAWatersP M Turkey Eggs For sale Turkey eggs at 256 per dozen from Narra ansette and M B stock Mrs C D Miller voj Taken Dp A jersey cOw came to my place = one mile from Springfield on Jim Town road about March 1st Owner can have ame by proving pjoperty and paying costs SAM TINGLE Insurance I Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction city Kythe oply company in the State that makes any claim of paying its Josses in full lyr t For SalE Full leather top rubbed tird j buggy in first class condition1jj Also setof harne s MS Wi HYATT IE ECTRIC UTTERS TEBEST FOItJJ ILIOtraNESS AND KIDNEYS r Dont Put Off Your Spring Pamtingt IS expensive Your house IIDelay right nOW against sumWB and slow decay It also needs brightening up in appearahce Ybucan js Itiyyoand at the same time benutify its appear J ance by using MOUND CITY I Horse Shoe Paint IIts absolutely purethe kind of Paint you mak yourself if you wanted WEAR ECONOMY and a I fine finish Use HORSE SHOE PAINT and painting will be a pleasure insteadof a bother GET IT AT L RED GROSS DRUG STORE r o QO roc R1BBONI J s LB 9 8 Fridayy Md Saturday fao 40 All Silk Taffeta Ribbon lOc o6o All Silk Taffeta Ribbon 12 l2c Comes in all Colors S This price only for the two days mentioned We have bautifulI ne of Fancy Girdlel and Stock 9 t Ribbons X We will offer at th2 same time a lot of ready tomake Lawn Waists at a Special Priciv Thy come in nicely Patterns and are very stylish g 9Special Prices on t QI Ladies Muslin Underwear Q1It lNew Stock of Ladies Silk Shirt Waist just re Jceived We are constantly receiving new things L fresh frmthe Eastern markets Are always glad Qrto show same 1 ROBERTSON BR- OSffooo g 1 sssIOOOO ii i The first National Barik lSPRINGFIELD KY J Capital 5OOOO Surplus and Undivided Profits 25OOO t OFFICERS B LLitsey President JohnW Lewis VicePresLclei- tp C McElroy Qaahier L B Cam Assistant Cashier R E Foster BookKeeper H H Pqrdom Asst BookKeeper DIRECTORS sf I Litsey 1 W lewis Sidney Green P M Caia g bell R H Edelen H M GrudtTJohn O Polin IWegrant every favor consistent with safe banking Xour bwi ness resj ctfully solicited Is OOOO lt 4 4+4 r MARKS 6 GREEN ytThe old Rchliblel Manufacturers and Dearer in all Kinds of I 1 itcLUMBER LATHS SHINGLES SASH DOORS v PYNDSPp Jo i J 01 We handle the celebrated ii Mixedl Gane190 rf i tJiI iCJet be Bef f tSWe are sole agents for t PLASTER tACME CtMENl The Best on Earth Prices Bight ptIJ Office and Yards Joctor and Railroad Street3Springfield 1rlM tI I oJifJ iOoJ O ii opJ fJt t Iti tI EVERYBODYS BUSINESS taiI1tr llf1 f1 l Is1 Nobodys Business But obrssinpss ftli jlls to give the public the best work m T V iP1ii fiifIi 7 li W- ittheIeast possible cost GIVE US ALCAnt W aW PRITCHARD t j l SPRINGFIELD K 1 2t 2 C c2 tit2 JIIid1II b tst h fOLEftIlP4Ni 0141 PM4INSOSI7 w Dl KiNGsfWDISCOVtITyjiI r kivSTOPPED 11111313 WITHSHAKiUN Mvt fcnUji Maktets ItId Iff lirjkr ii Make Ik Pisrge fSTOL w1PlEtWEI6IIT fc flaMM Td cfct It Was the Real flSf MNT Gave Up Net Oaly What J i Me IMflkM but Sixty Ceiti e Jtsi Owi M ey Hiss Evelyn and Louise Dobson two fcanusorafe young women of Brooklyn ilvlag at 135 Keins0n street not only made a littrglar give up his booty but backed lIpbyashampistol they forced the trembling wret h to surrender cmt of lila own money Thin was sot discovered until he had xmde J118esenpe while the young wo JOe 1 jrere deliberating over the advisa blUtyW calling a policeman Th Misses Dobson were told by a aafd that a burglar was In the parlor kolp4sl himself to everything In sight- initerdofyeIIIng for the police and giving the burglar aa opportunity tc get away with his booty MIss Evelyn went to her room and picked up a pa perwtfht Hia le Iu the form of a pis tol TW this weapon in her hand sho aM ber sister wenix down to the parlor opened the door nad leveling the sup po lat the biirglar ordered him to throw vp his hands The burglar did as requested and the women noticed that buttoned in his eoatfco bad ft fine onyx clock which he bad taken Put that back where you g tltcor3innnded Miss Evelyn Without hesitating tlie burglar placed the clock on the mantel and then plead ed with fhe woman not to shoot Whntelse haveyou taken V asked the women Oh Just a few things but Ill teturn them answered the burglar trOltfi of yoirMid woman the bur glar obeyed He took out of his spacious pockets jewels brIerabrnc and other onuC soents and placed them on the floor When thewomen made certain that he PUT THAT SACK YOU GOT IT bad given up everything he had taken they coolly informed him that they would have him arrested Please dont lockrne Up f he pl a- ddre got an old mother who Jsn cripple at wife who tIs In the hospital and three chlldren to support I would Dot have done this It I hadnt been IIdriven to It really I wouldnt They told the burglarto step out Into the hallway while they discussed the I question of sending for the police The moil walked into theha11 and as the uromen were discussing the proper gtfeps to take he suddenly shoved one of them aside and opening the door fled down the street The women gave cbasebut the burglar was too fleet for them and escaped After returning to the house the wo men found that besides leaving behind everything he had stolen the burglar In his haste to dlsgorgQ also Iliad left cents at Tils own jtnoney j Be b Was a Bull Pup George Sdioculcli a police detective took to the bureau of combustibles from the New York American office a package Which was supposed to con tain a bomb It was about ten inches 0long one uud a half hicbcs in dIameter and cylindrical In shape it was ad dressed to WHHam fRsiudolph Hearst orNew York Americ4t and Advertiser New York City TIle outer cover was of stIr cardboard tlporge E Murray superintendent opened it An inner wrapper proved to be a portion of one nndwh4t rior of the cylinder with a pair of pinch ws he found It to be the body of a imall bull pup White with black spots wilt f 1 reC Tnrkey Barley and corn soaked or boiled for a shortxtiinei constitute the major per lion cf the ration nseJ In fattening turkeys at the Minnesota cxperimetitf- itatioQ Excelleht results have been obtained front the use of these grains iii this manner It has also been found that It the turkeys are kept In a slightly dQrlccnca room and fed heavily for Tabout three week the quality of the Jlesh will be very much Improved and the will generally pay for the feed In xtra weight Michigan Farnicr WIt Winter Cklcks Die ITIle English poultry expert E Brown i after severall seasons of experiment luui conclnded ttIat the broiler chicks daysjtramifecdi Instead of wet feeds and making the chickeM scratchfor what they eat tke deaths were reduced to a small number t e iitreToo jIg a pasture Is a bad thing A ftell divided Jato ecU swlth good grazing la eaCiilsthe best way to liaiidle sheep They run the flesh oft jttheLasture IIs very large Have iltitiH fieldor hurdle and change pf tcn Ijth English plan farmers JLds T cafe Il Fat tItJlB fattewng fowli for aarket do sot N tinue the proceM 1oigprjhag twelve jlfourteea days That to u long as 4tewls can staad t ceteM1ar and con 4tliiilug longer hr done at a low lawa Mate Itegister aDd Farmer 1 vw WEIRD COMPACT WITH CANNIBAL St Given by Savage CkUf BMa Misil nary to Rtmtmbtt Borneo By the acceptance of tbq skull of a savad Torn a wild Borneo tribal king DrW L J2 Luering Is pledged upon his honor to return to the land of the savage and resume his missionary work or send a substitute Dr Luer Ing a Methodist missionary has been among the cannibals of north Borneo for the past ten mouths and being called to a new held be notified the Ihlef of the jlllrigc The chkf was crz sorry to parjt with Dr Luering not that he had Intentions preserving him for o feast but because lie had become a converts to the white mans reJlglonFWhen the missionary stated that IfI he did not return he would see that another missionary vas sent in his THECJUOOBAIi GAVE A SKULL place the cannibal took from his choice IeItJl1Jpact cannibal chief further stipulated that the new missionary should be known by the sign of this skull1 which he must bring with him asa fulfillment of the pledge As Dr Luering cjaunot return he asked the missionary board to send a substitute who will carry with him this relic of barbarism and thus redeem Jr Luerings pledge of honor Dr Luering visited the wildest see tions of north Borneo being the first white man to do so and return His knowledge of medicine brpught him tb the notice of the chief who finally gaye him perniissiou to preach to the natives which resulted in Jhe conver sion of many including ills sable majesty The savages build their huts in trees as a protection against beasts reptiles and neighboring tribes jA Wonderful Pagoda Tbe great Buddhist shrine the Shway Dagon at lianguu is no tern pIe but agrat pagoda rising from Its platform to a height of 3CS feet and all completely covered witty gold leaf This platform with t perimeter of nearly 1400 feetIs the place of wor ship The pagoda IItself has no Interior It U a solid stupa of brick raised over a relic chamber A cutting maCe into its center ht3revcilej tbe fact that the original pagoda had seven casings added toit before It attained Its present proportions The shapeof the pa goda is that of an elongated cone It is divided by Burmese convention Into twelve parts First the base surround ed bn great number of small page das then the three terraces called Plchayas next the Bell the Inverted Thabelk or begging bowl the Baung ylt or twisted turban the Kyalan orJ Jimmental lotus flower the Plantain Bud the brass plate orthe Htl or umbrella tho flU the Seln bin or ar ificial flowers the vane and last of ill the Sciubu or bud of diamonds The Silken East byC Scott OConnor Prices Poi ButtcrClca Butterfly collectors are seldom able ID estimate llnny canfidcface the value of their collectionsi since the prices Jor Specimens so constantly va ry A case lit point Is that of the blue butterfly of Brazil specimens of which were originally sold for from 30 to 73 Afterward some collectors who supplied the London market Tan Into a perfect swarm of these butterflies and shipped to England such quantities that better specimens than the original insects sold for each It not Infre fluently happens that two or three specimens of a certain faiully ore discovered by collectors who encouraged liy the high prices received for tljei finds are tempted to prosecute iheh earcli for this particular variety with out result for several years Suddenly they or some other collector finds t1H iustcts grown plentiful nnJ the cher isLed varieties otthe cabinet liecomi among the commonest specimens Chi n It If a Cow gave Butter mankind would have to invent milk Milk Is Natures emulsion butter put in shape for diges tion Cod liver oil is extremely nourishing bul it has to be erptilsifiec before we can digest itJ Scotts Emulsion combines trie best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion Lithe most strengthening nourishing fooil medi cine in theworld Send for free sample SC0TT BOWNE Chemists 4094 SPearl Street New York SOc and 100 Alt druggists piw IA FOOLISH PLAN TIs joy to 9ttwelcome my dinner hour Because I rout indlgeslioa with August Flower indigestionbiliousness selfpoisoning anemia emaciation uric acid neuralgia in various parts of the system catarrhal inflammation of the in testinal canal and numerous other ail meats that rob life of its pleasures if they do not finally rob you of life itself Ita bound in the bowels is a corn persistinmon expression qf people who look mis What a foolish pTanj when nature could AugustPlowerconstipation and all stomach ills August Flower gives hew life to the liver and insures healthy stools s Two aCs2ic and 750 All druggist t PEOPLE OF THE DAY CaIaI a CoatrlbatloB Cornellu k Bliss who hns come to unpleasant notoriety In conuecticin with the political contributions of the IsAW York Life Insurance company ir one of New Yorks successful mer chants For many years be has been prominent In national polItIes and duP lug the last four presidential cam palgns has been treasurer of the Re1 publican national committee It Is alleged that Mr Bliss received contributions from the New York Life through George W Perkins former vice president of the company Mr Perkins arrest charged with granc larceny is a late development of tin CPBN LIUS N BLISS matter The warrant on which Mr Perkins was arrested charged grand larceny of 1870250 from tht Ifunds ot the New York Life This was the sum which Mr Perkins told thelArm strong committee be had receivld as reimbursement for money paid bi him on behalf pf the company to Coraelliis N Bliss freasurerpf the Republican national committee In the campaign of 1004 f Mr Bliss Is a native of Massachu setts and Is seventythree years old He was secretary of the InterThr In President McKInleys first cabinet JFlneWork i They were having a hearing on the metijc system before the house com mittqe on coinage weights and measures Tell mesnld Representative dish mauj f Washington to a witness train the bureau of standards could on of you men take the little end of nothing and whittle it down to such a fine point that lh conld then take the hair of a mouse push out the pith and use the cavity for a tube Sure said the witness enthusias tically That would be coarse work for us notall and Wholesale The mileage otGeneral Leonard Wood was before the senate commit tee on military affairs Wood was originally a doctor re marked Secretary Tuft who was testi fying And now hes a soldier said Sena torScott Yes put In Senator Pettus he has goneout of the retail business of kill lug people Into the wholesale Nelv York World The Lafd Offlce Fraada Rcpresjtiitntlve linger Hermann of Oregon hohns just been called to trial on an indIctment charging him with conspiring to defraud tthe United States government out qf a portion of Us public lands is now serving his eighth term In congress More than a year ago he was Jointly Indicted with Senator John II Mitchell who was foiind guilty on trial and who died shortly after his convlcJHon From lStT- to 1003 lUring an Interim In his Sressionnl career Mr Hermann was commissioner of the general lland otllccJ J I3IPOEU nEBrt2iNI and It was while serving In that capac Uy that the nlle Irregularities took place I1Ir Hermann Is said to have secured his reelection to congresS by a shrewd campaign devirp Essx rafcW1 HWVHWHtiiViWiHH HI CHESTNUT DARE I iiOsethatisI uniform ROt Untried Breeder jut a tat awl 1 Chestnut Dare willlmake the present season at my near Springfield at iIIstable I 20 To Insure a Living Colt Chestnut sorrel 6 years old 16 hands one Inch high a llarge handsome saddle and harness horse Stylish perfect iilInform in gaith and in action His sfee finish bone substance are such that will cross on jur smallest andjj I and produce the highest type which the market Judges of horseflesh have flattered himi by saying he is t the best son of his famous sire His produce of two sea Ii sons have secured their share of first money in closely 1- 1I contested rings having met and defeated the progeny offI such sires as Chester Dare 10 Ky Squirrel Golden Gay Greatland and 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 the great Chester Dare 1st dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chief he by Mamarino Chief 11 2d dam by Black Hawk Chief 3d dam by Brink ers Drennon tConsidering his breeding size style general confor t gmation and his uniform show of colts I ask the patronage e of this and adjoining cQunties eii I LEXINGTON PRINCE I I Lexington Prince is 151 hands high sorrel with fine imane and tail a heavy and cpmpact horse He is not fancy saddle bred but is also an extra saddle horse onlyIIgreat action and graceful movements He has a of Denmark and Gabells Lexington blood 11nadon Prince is by Bed Prince sire of the cham = horse Thornton Star he by Second Jewel by i Washington Denmark His first dam by Von Mpltke by Cabells Lexington was a large bay handsome show mare und r the saddle 2d dam by Lexington thoroughbred Tills horse comes highly recommended as a breeder for fancy saddle and high acting horses f10 To Insure a Living Colt IlIy old well known mule Jack which has proven him self to be one of the best In the county for high priced mules will stand at 10 tp Insure a Living Colttt Also GRAY KING a dark gray Jack 15 hands 1 Inch ip high very lengthy great weight and bone big feet good S head and ear and no better bred Jack for mules His sire g a large black Jack by Imp Leon was a great mule Jack = his dam is a very arge and fine ReveTle jennet aTO INSURE A LIVING COLT A cordial l invitation is given to all to call and eeii I this stock Season money is positively due when mares 1 iLEACHMANi are traded oil parted with or bred to other stock j R r D No3 SPRINGFIELD KY o WfiI MM MM jitm n TTcaicrn trip In Mny t1U ho made a halt at Salem Ore and was photographed on the platform of his private car The president was not aware that Mr Hermann was standing near him when the artist snapped tl e shutter The resulting pic ture was scattered broadcast and Is sold to hare turned the tide of victory In Mr Hermanns favor It has al ways been understood that President Roosevelt was incensed at the trick played upon him f flue toe tact that It Is notoverfastjdi ous as to whac it feeds on Tons of choice eels for the London market arf taken from streams that are not cn siilcuously free from sewage lIla FIt JaUmaUlDow did you find out you could drnwr inquired the admirer of the cel ebr ted Illustrator By the marcs I received In school for the excellence and fidelity oftnjT Work replied the eminent one My work was a caricature of my beloved teacher on the blackboard and the marks came from the teachers cane Cleveland I Iain Dealer A leisislit Dont be too nOxious to get a bus band said the wise mattQtw Dnnt go around hunting for one ThInk I should just sit Jrou and wait fpr one ehV replied the maiden Yes for youll sit up and wait for ode often enough after yduve got lilm Quit atRraL Husband What did you think when you heard the chandelier fall last 1011tnc1blwere getting upstairs us quletVV as you could f Lobkinv Forward rapLYes Indeed In tbe year 8000 oivo jlghtulug will have to get a move oa If M wants to be considered fast Lucky Patienta Did you evp make any mistakes doctor Well Ive had several patients ttt well that I exported would th- eWNkiWdllu MM In Itl- iswaHe tj Kifajr atf- iliMf TrHMee Kidney trpublc preys upon the mind discounnres and lessens ambition lbeauty bottles vigor cheerfull disappear when kidneys of order or easedKidiieytroubie become so prevalent it is uncom child to be born afflicted Avcak kidneys If diild urinates topoften if urine flesh or if wIzen child scaMsI age when it should be able passage it is yet afflictedJiJitU bedwet ting depend upon it thccaksc of difficulty is kidney trouble land the first step shiouldbe towards treatment of these innwrtantorgans This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and to a habit as most people suppose Women as yell as are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and beth need same great remedy The mild immediate effect of SwampRoot is realized It sold druggists m fifty cent and onedollar size You may have a sample bottle by mail free also a and ness soon the life out die bas that not molt for a with the the the the tp the thd the not men the and the soon js by pamphlet telling all about SwampRoot including many df the thousands of testi monial letteYs received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Yt be sure and mention this paper Dont make anymistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Biughamton N Y on every bottle 0 THE MUSSULMAN Ilia Devotion Intense a II Is Proail of IIU Religion- A traveler in Africa writes This If a laud of religion The Mussulmans devotion Is Intense ever present und nlI pervading being not an accessory tncked on as it were to his life to be Uractlctfl more or less surreptitiously but an essential part wherewith and wherein he lives at all times A Mus sulman prays openly and publicly in uoWIS afraid to be seen Every man wears his string of beads whereon he records the number of his daily pray era Notwithstanding Its to us un inviting appearance the religion has made and still U making great strides In Africa oath one can only attribute this to the fact that here at last Is a religion of which its adherents are In no way nshrflned It offers to the faithful absolute assurance of salvo tion and engenders that blind unhesi toting faith therein which Is so cow forting to the native mind Seeing u crow J of pilgrims bound for Mecca patiently nay with pleasure enduring the worst treatment that one could iuiaglnc meted out to herds of driven slaves one envies the excess of faith that can engender such a die position Though robbed slain story ed herded with pestilence and subject to countless hardships and an noyances yet year after year they come from far cud near thousands and tens of thousands strong on this the most wonderful and far reaching of lat ter day pilgrimages At Jcdda one sees pilgrims from subjectsshiploads from ludla and Farther la dla Russian subjects from all parts of the great empire French subjects trtun AlgIers from Morocco and dusky negroes who have tramped for months from the western shores of Africa Through many lands and midst many tongues they come all to meet at this thronged center of the maelstrom of ftie Mussulman faith GREEK ATHLETES The Way They Ran mid the Style at Track They Vied In the toot races of the ancteut Greeks says a writer the shape of the stadium caused a great difference since It was not circular but long and harrow with one or both ends semicir cular Consequently the runners had to take a sharp turn at the end of each lap while except at the turn they were running a straight bourse Evidently this turn needed much practice for the pictures on the old vases show athletes practicing tills one part of the race us a kind of drill taking each movement separately In early times when all the runner turned round the same post the turn gave opportunities for foul play and there are stories of one competitor tripping another at the post or seizing him by the hair to prevent his winning But later In tile shorter distances at least each runner had his own track and post to turn round and probably the separate courses were roped off In much the same way as they are now In sprint races For the start elaborate arrangements were made and at Olym pIn the stone slabs are still to be seen with the grooves at regular Intervals that had to be toed at starting Greek long dlstaifce men ran in the most approved style of the present day But the sprinters apparently em ployed a considerable amount of arm action and took very long steps rising well on to the toes Then there was the race in armor an event highly praised by several of the Greek writers as a valuable preparation for war and which is supposed to explain the fa mous running charge of the Athenians at Marathon Force of Habit now many times hiss your husband ecu under the knife Dear rod I dont know but hes be tome so accustomed to it that he lies Imvji to he operated on every time he new a doctor Chicago ittconMlcr h t OneD4YiI I sw bs 4rI2 Thk 1ipIt e- Trees Plants Vines For the spring of 1906 the Blue Grass Nurseries bt Lexington Ky offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees Evergreen Shrubs Straw berries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus etc We employ no Strawberry and AgentSI I logues on application to- HFH1LLENMEYER4SQNS II A BALL OF FIRE Prank ef ThwMievfc lt IIt Xnse la Farli- Camllle Flammarion Jn his book Thunder and Lightning describe some of tile phenomena of electrical torms Of the actions of a ball of fire In Paris be says It was In the Rue Bt Jacques near theVal de Grace The Ore ball burst Into the room from the chimney knocking over the paper guard In front of the fireplace In ap pearance it suggested a young cat gath ered up In a ball as It were and mov lug along without using Its paws It approached the tailors legs as If to play with them The tailor moved thgra away to avoid the contact of which be naturally was in terror After some seconds the globe of Ore roe vertically to the height of the mans face as he sat and he to save himself leaned quickly back and tell over The fire ball continued to rise and made Its way toward n hole which had been made at the tOIot the chim lucy for the insertion of a stovepipe bi the viuter but which as the tailor put It afterward the fire ball couldnt we because It was closed up with paper The ball stripped off the paper nest 1y entered the chimney quite quletlj and haying risen to the summit produced a tremendous explosion which tost the chimney pot flying and scat tered It In bits ajlorer the neighboring courtyard and aunwmdlng roofs LIFES LITTLE THINGS they Co a Very Long Way Tawara Making the World Happy A wild birds song Is n little thing bet In the deeps of a frowning sky IJd yet as It falls oa a listening ear and leaves its message of melody earths green seems brighter and life hi sweeter all through an autumn day The coo of a babe Is A little thing meaningless sound front a vacant mind But tis tho only sound that all na- tIons heedthe one clear language that all races know A mothers love Is a little thing top soon alas forgot But It typifies to blind humankind the love and trust and hope divine that bear with patience calm and sweet the willful wrongs in theseJ1csot ours A passing smile Is a little thing lost In a world of toll and care And yet the soul with gloom oppress ed and the life grown wearied with burdens hard will happier be in the afterglow of a smite that Is warmly kind A kindly word Is a little thingi I breath that goes and a sound that dies But the heart that gives and the heart that bears may know that It sings and sings and sings till at last It blends with the wild birds song and the Coo of babes In what men callthe celcsUal choir Milwaukee Journal aaer U la tile Highland JL Scottish correspondent writes of funnrals In the highlands There are iio undertakers here A carpenter fiakes the simple coffin relatives and freud8 carry It bill high to Its lastt resting place which Is dug when the end of the journey Is reached and haying walked perhaps six miles to the chosen klrkyard they take a re frcshmeat of sandwiches and whtaky and walk home again The rlgoroM absence of pomp Is maintained but there Is the added embellishment of pipe music Gi Near 4 TJutin An English druggist gives the follow lag list of blunders made by ills poorer customers Catch an eel tot cochi neal prosperous paste for phospho rus paste grease it for creosote fishy water for vichy water guitar for catarrh everlasting for efferve clnrt i Ordered MothersWhy have you taken an f ii the chairs out of the parlor dear Daughter Because George li to fearfully bashful 1ni not progiessuig at all Now there Is nothing left In tin room but a tcteatote and hea got to sit near me Detroit Free Press Her Pallare- Tess He sn1A you seem to dislike him Jess Oh did be say that Then all my labor amounts to nothing I tried to make him realize that my dlsllkt was more than mere seeming Cathp lie Standard and Times Couldnt Taderataa It Do you know said the good man that you are on the downward pathr Tbah queer the other answered trying to think I cant get m feet tip high nough to keep from bumpla agln thlagnh OLicage R cordHer aid Spur StomachNo appetIte loss of strength OMVMM nest headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new dtac y ery represents the natural Juices of diges tion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dye pepsla Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthsainf the mucous membranes lining the s4oin ch Mr S Ml of RiTtnawood W Vs iinwas troubled with awr ttonwch for twisty ynKotol cured me aadws trs sow tutor It ta ik tar baby K M MfMta iflM Yin Eat etIH air tOO sbMi2J4tkass trW alM which sells tsr oeMa Pre srsjl by L 0 DeWITT A 00 OWOAMf 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