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T ES1AaLS1LD I iajnnnn I IN 1893 I I ifJiEW SERtES g YOL XIII NO j 9 WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 17 1906 t j i100 PER YEAR I6J tt c I M F TRUSTY e PRACTICAL t JNTISTOStee over Harden Barber jnbi work atreasonable prides tWo1k guarantee 1 SPRINGFIELD KY = OUR DIRECTORY 7 SPWNGFIBLDt county seat of Washington County 52 miles south tolJ4cXinfton 59 miles from IfimiiYlllonBardstown branch of I Htitville and Nashville railroad in t farmieff and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone liaec express office flour mills lumber 4yards Pppuatioo 1100 population of egty1S000 Rtpresentative in Congress Hon D SL Sitl Hodffenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis lator Hon W D Claybrooke aepcesctatiVC in State Senate Hon rryLattcuter Lebanon Kv CUBtjr Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday is February May and Octo l 1 j I H Thurman Judge I f Lf4 Duihara Commonwealth At tapMj 1TM Campbell Clerk JA G LeachmtB Master Compass QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third f Ifpnday in each monthll c I Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT County tknirt meets on the fourthC MTpnday in ech mouth 1314 Litsey Judge t T S Mayes County Attorney George Cat ett Ji1i1erJ t 1 Stdney Oabourne Sheriff Sam Anderson J sHBHer ectdleman Deputies Ed Masters James F Moore County Surveyor TtPOBryan Assessor wl T llitcheli Deputyj i Robert Noe Treasurer J Mi Montgomery Coroner rWBusb 8nptof Common boot P O Springfield p CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal 4w F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jn tice Courts are held in January April July and October C hurch Directory I METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser Ticeston the Firstand Third Sundays Ineach month at 11 a and 730 p ui Sundy School every Sunday atO am Prayer saseting every Wednesday laJgbt 0CATHOLIC CHURCH v Rev P F Bennessar1Pastor Ser vices every Sunday at Sand 10 oclock atJp Services at St Rpsesame hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev W T Walden Pastor Scivi t very Sunday r a 2RESBYTERIAN QHURCH wBeV T D Latinijer Pastor 5 1freachlng every Sundayat 11 am mmdat 7 pm Sunday school every ndsy at 10 am Prayer meetin avery Thursday evenIng at 7 oUock vBA1TIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams tat Preaching every Sunday at IT am and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 9i30 a at Prayer meeting very Tuesday evening at 745 oclock j Fraternal Orders MASONIC LoDGE Springfield lodge No SO meets first and third Moudayy eieachonth Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Sprip field Council o52 meets on yerv ourtbfonday KKiGHt of THE iJACAaKES Meet i 1Hq n in e fl o FOLEYS HONEYiunTAR t flIItfIIUSIUIHFrIaI1i1 Remember the name Hkys iMty Tar Insist 1POD having the genuine vw i M e He si tt oPflJr l only by F4ov hmiNMWonaoe For lab Red rrug Store w c rr j NW WWWiii WitWi I mnsvii WWmitroOOtiW 1 2 tJ OJP TALK jf Kif A Love Poem Sweetheart of the LnfAgo t Time plays many a triqk I trow1 I am sitting in my room tWriting yerseahto whom v Thinking sweetheart till of thee And the land of Was toBe Thinking verses to and of Thee my first and only jlove Talking to my musing self Padding poetry for pelf If the Then were thitth Nowl I am here and where art thou Art thou far away from me Over mountain over sea t Dost remember how eiplapd In the pear trees pleasant shade Dost recall the perfect bliss Of our stolen pristine kiss r And remember how we said We would run away arid wed Need I put in public print That at which I only hint Sweetheart dost remember how Deep we love Where art thou now Longagoand still I care More and more for thee Ah where Where if art atallart thou Answer sweetheart answer nowi Comes a voice Why Im out here In the kitchen cooking 16arn Time plays many a trick I trow Sweetheart the longago Frank P Adams in Womans Home Companionfor May PNOTHER APPE Ail Mr Arch j ibald Stuar President of the Kentucky and Ohio Burley Tobacco Growers ASs oration has made another appeal to the burley tobacco growers to listen to another scheme which he has to suggest for their sol vation Mr Stuart in brief suggests the cutting of the crop of 1906 cihthird or plant one less acreage than was at first cpntemplated Just how this is to be done Mr Stuart in a long address fails to tate He ays among other things It is not too laite it is just the right time to act Had you Agreed upon a move of this kihd in January or February outsid ers who did not raise tobacco would have sown plant beds and planted tobacco ina way that would have made success impossible resulting in a big crop and defeatngthe object Nowthey cat not do it The regular growers control the plant beds and itis too late for outsiders to check mate you In closing Mr Stuart makes this appeal ccrhe regular burley grower has the advantage now Schemes cannot oe concocted to knock you out You are on safe ground you are master of the situation What you say on this subject now goes the trust cannot stoq you Will you grasp the opportunity and rise up with enthusiasm and say yes we will try it Instruct me by letter to call a grand mass meeting at Lexington and decide If I got sufficient encouragement I will actat mice tVe dont imagine that the tobacco growers will be in any great rusvto act- on any more suggestions coming from the Growers Associaticn of which Mr Stuart iis pow pres ident About a year ago the tobacco men acted I1one of these suggestions and it cost them about 25000 Tjiis money was paid in on slock subscrip tiorisiinto the Growers Associa tion and although the tobacco men have never received a dollar of beneOt from it they were coolly inormed by the managers ofI the Association thqt the WouIdlbe I f bacco growers of Kentucky will organize butiit will be on a dif ferent andsafer basisi from that represented by the Burley Asso era ion w D AD PRACTICEWe have JLJ mentioned before in thisi column the bad practice which is jt becoming almostuniyersal among our honest farmers who own land bordering on the public road of fencing in a part of the property of the county We have yet to see a caseand we have notiqed many of a man who replaces hi old frnca with a new one who fans to add more land to his farm at the expen se of the county Inmost cases it is just a very little bit only two or three feet but it fs just that much and the practice is not right We do not imagine for one moment that ond of these farmers who so freely dppropri a e a part of tho County roadl M s J would think for a moment 01 moving a dividing line fence so as to take in a few feet of his neighbors land If he did there would certainly be an uncommon row stirred uPr Yet it is the same thing to impose on the county only he county does not raise any rowabout it The farmers and land owners probab ly do not intend to take in prop erty ijot their own but the trou ble seems to be this In building anewfence along the road it is more convenient in building the fence which is generally of wire to put up the new line before tearing away the old and the land owner also finds it more convenient to place the new one butside of the oidthus encroach ing a little on the turnpike Fences do not last forever and if every now fence is built out side of the old one and never a one builbon the inside it is only a question of time when all the public roads will be enclosed in the farms adjoining It would seem prebby hard for the county authorities to force any of these farmers to move their new fences back but ib seems to us some acbion should be taken aboncft to prevent any more such fencing offences Cr HOULD BE SUPPRESSED A 9negro man and a negro wO- man were each given a heavy fine in the Springfield Police Court for holding a cussing mabch on the streets of Springfield This is all right Such offenders should be punished to the fullest extent of the law but theteis another class of cussers who need suppressing quite as badly We refer to the genteel swearer the fellow who embellish s hi most ordinary conversation with cuss words and to whom profanity seems a necessary adjunct to his speech With some men ordinarily good citizens swearing nas be come such a habit that they use it carelessly and regardless of tie occasion and ib is nowno un common thing for ladies when passing along the streets to have their ears assailed by oaths uttered by some IPan engaged in a discussion with a crowdof his fellows There is no practice more senseless to say nothiug of its wickedness as swearing Tne English language is full of wors certainly forcible enough to express ones Ihoughts and feelings without the necessity of profaning the n metof the Lord Indeed we believe that the jgII norant though wicked negro gets mad and relieves his anger in an old fashioned cussing match is more to be excused than the fellow who uses profanity asa kind of pastime It is possible to obtain relief from chronic indigestion and dyspepsa by the use of Kodolfor Dyspepsia Some of the most hopeless cases of long standing have yielded to it Iff enables you qo digest thcfood eat and ex ercises a corrective influencr building 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 sweet puts the boiler fn deIf digestive disorders and puts Ou i nI shape to do your beet and feel your bests and feel your best Sold by alt druggists Quake Caused Reelfoot Lakej Hickman KyThe New Ma drid earthquake which sujk New Madrid Mo on Dec 17 3811 occurred only miles below Hickman twentyliveI earthquake which sank Reelfoot Lake occurred only about ten miles away The Madrid earthquake was felt several hundred miles ana vibrations occurred at monthIer the Orleans the first boat launched on the Ohio was 01 its way from Pttsburg to New Or le sand was not far from New Madrid when the first shock oc curred It was under the com mand of Captain Nicholas JI Roo evelb the grand uncle of President Roosevelt Those on tlJe boab were in Threat peril Te witers of t e river for several hours were turned upstream ancj the banks caved in for miles the boat beingin great distress Over thejjextent of 3f5 miles froth mouth of the Ohio river ward the ground rose and sank in great undulations The Sur face opened in fissures that trended northwest and southeast and were sometimes more than half a mile longfrom which mud and water were thrown as llgh as the tops of the trees About one year after the New Madrid disaster an earthquake sank a strip of land thirty miles long and seven miles wide in the southern part of Hickman and Pulton counties lying about ten miles below Hickman Ky and that is row known as Reelfoot Lake This Jake is now widely known and every winter hunters from all over the United States visit it there being such quantity of ducks and geese The tops of trees and many stumps still ex ist showing the depth it sank In Arkansas southwest of New Madrid a large wooded territory sank for seyeral miles and has sInce been known as The Sunk en Lands creating a lake the waters of which find an outlet soUthward through the St Francis river into the Mississippi The tops of the trees are plainly visible fifteen or twenty eet below the surface t Do Not be ImpoSeU Upon Foley Co Chicago originated Honey ant Tar as a throat and lung Remedy and on account of the rclfI Hoileyandfor the genuine ABc for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offeree as noother preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly llaxative It contains no opiates and is safest children and delicate persons For sale by The Fed Crcs Drug Store t Three Stars A number of Kentucky Con gressmen were talking in the lobby of the Riggs House at Washington abou high salaried men from the Bluegrass State UI presume said Representa tive George G Gilbert that not one person in 100 could gupss l who the highest salaried len tuckiinr are John M Harlan and Dan McGann each got 10 OOCa year and I presume they are the Kentuckians who draw the highest salaries paid men from our State Harlan is the nestor of the Supreme Court and McGann i3 a star in the baseball fitmameutMcGann played fir3t base for Harrodsburg when Morgan Cbinn now clerk of theI Court of Appeals at 8000 pitched for HarrodsniygHarl rodsburg free Trip To Louisville The Retail Merchants Associa tion of Louisville will refund in cash to one of town customers the cost of out round trip ticket based on a one and one third fare on the following datesApril 2nd to 14th May 7th to 19th June 11th to 16th t For particularsaddress J V Beckmann M nager Retail t Merchents Association IJrban Bldg Louisville Ky I i A Celebrated Case The celebrated will contest case of R B Lancas ers o ecu torsand S P Lancasters execuc torand others has been redock ii eted in the Circuit Court and wilLi stand for trial at this term This CircuitICourt of the will but was reversed b the Court of Appeals and re raanded for a new trial Tne case will probably be tried at the May term and willconsume about a week of the term The prop erty involved is worth about 60 000 The attorneys for R B Lancasters executors are E J McDermott Louisville John S Kelly Geo S and John fFuII ton and E E McKay of Bards town and for S P Lancasters Nat W ftalsbead Bardstown Frank Straus Louisville John WLewis Springfield and Eli UBrown Frankfort Standard t tealis Igs- A C Kimball Las fcr sale r White Wyah lottes White Ply uoutiRcck Single Comb Brown J eh rPJet gs 1 75 eents for 15 i 3500000 POUNDS Repaesents the Amount of Tobacco Handled by The American Tobacco Co At this Place The American Tobacco has closed another season of buying and handling theBurley tobacco crop at its warehouse at this place and the figures for this sea OI s work show that Wash cropshowsIt is estimated that all of the 1905 crop of tobacco inWashing toricounty has been sold except about 100000 pounds whch still remains in the farmers hands Reliable figures place thetotal number of pounds of tobacco grown in this county at 5OOQ000 j Dunds The American Tobacco Co through iits warehouse here has bought and will handle and ship 3500000 The balance 1500 000 has been either shipped direct by the growers to the Louisville market or has been bought and rehandled by sonic of thes smaller dealers The amount of tobacco hand led by the A T Co llast ear at this place was about 2000000 pounds so this year shows an mcfnase of 900000 pounds It is also said thai there was alarge increase in the amount shipped trythe Louisville breaks sothe total crop grown in Washington county shows a substantial in crease from last year to this The number of crops bought by the compiny this year is 1012J as agam t 625 lust year Th average price paid to theI liners for th ir tobacco deliv predat the warehouse in Springfield was about 8 cents per poundc Mr H M Moss the buyer forI the A T Co says he bought 40I crops at 10 cents and 100 crops priceIt consideringi the Quality than last- ear T ere were a few crop of first class tobacco but the rso bulk of it was of inferior quality Taking 8 cents as a fair average for the tobacco grown by the farmers of the county and 5000000 poundsas the crop we have 1400000 as the value of the 1005 tobacco crop of Washington county Mountain pt Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wisas did one iac box of Eucklens Arnica Ka ye when it completely cured a running sore on her legwhichj had tdrtcred her 23 long years Greatfsfe aniseptic healer of Piles Wounds and Spres 25c at CJ Haydons Drugstore Terror of Earthquakes That there is nothing within the range of human knowledge which possesses greater power to compel sheer terror more psychological than physicall per haps and abjectlyhelpless fear in the mkd of man than a violent volcanic eruption is undeniable But either the exigencies of lifeJ or some peculiarly fatuous men tal characteristic brings back to tie very shadow of the great de structive agency those who fledI in panto fronv tUeir doped b1 tations There is no better ex amoe of tilts curious careless i- sScraggly Do ybu like it Then why be contented with it Have to be Oh no Just put on Ayers Hair Vigor ahd have long thick hair soft even hair But first of nll1 stop your hair from coming out Save what you have Ayers Hair iQgor will not disappoint you It feeds the hairbulbs makes weak hair strong The beat kind of teitimbnlal Sold for over sixty yeaL XaIIe by f ysr Lowell KM Hid mmauaotttrett 9 SARSAPAIILLti C lJeI PECTOWo k J attItude than the town of Terr del Greco four and a half miles from the foot of the mountain which has been verwhelmed no less than soventeentmes In credible as it may seem MartI iqueand St Vincent in the Westj Indies the scenesof un paralelied devastations involvIiug theloss of nearly half dred thousand lives are being repeopled and doubtless as soon asVesuvius metaphorically dropsil the lid of its fiery eye once more retarnIlngto repair by years of work the destruction caused in as many minutes and to again populate the scores of little towns and villagEs trusting to their numer pus patron saints to avert such disasters in the futureE x A good complexion is impossible with the stomach out of order If pa ly sallor people would pay moe attention to their stomachs and escrto the skin on their faces they would have better complexions Kodoll for Dyspepsia will digest what you eat and put your stomach back in right shape to do its own work Kodol re lieves palpitation of the heart flatu lence sont stomach heart burn etc Sold by all drugiats Nw Route The engineers engaged in locating the interurban route be tween Lexington and Winchester practically have completed their report The survey approves a new route which extends along the Richmond pike for about two nfiles from Lexington when it will run in a northeasbcrly di rection to the Todd sMi1l turn pike striking the latter near Walnut Hills and thence by the T dds Mill pike by the nearest route to Winchester The company claims that all rights of way nave been secured and the road will be built tbis summer Some of the farmers on the Todd road placed such heavy damages on the use of their JandI that the company refased to payI and the change was decided on Lexington Observe WarniE You cantiot have good health unless your kidneys are Sound for the kidneys filter the blood of IrjpuriMes which otherwise act as irritating poisons and break down the delicate organs of the bodyand cause serious trouble If you have kidney or bladder trouble and do not use Foleys idney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for results as it positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases Sold by Red Cross Dru Stor- eMarion t Circuit Court During the past week the fol lowing has been done by the courb Jim Huffaker the boy who killed the old man at tbe por farm was convicted of manslaughter and g yen ten years in the penitentiary Charlie Hood was given two years iQthe penitentiary for stealing Walter Burress watch His partner Joe Holfilch was ismissed George Beavon colored was convicted of chicken stealing and sent bo the penitentiary for one year Rowan Sapp was convict d of malicious cutting and fined 60 t and cost The grand jury reported the following indictments Willful trespass 4 shooting on Highway 3 carrying concealed deadly weapon 3 injuring property of another 2 pointing a gun at another 2 nuisance 2 and one each for assault and battery liquor without license chicken stealing gaming breach of the peace and exbqrtion Falcon A Change ofVenue The city of Bardstown has given notice to the defendant in the case of same against Nelson county that it will apply for a change of venue at the next term of court This is the suit brought several years ago to recover about 200 for expenses in main taining a quarantine for a small pox pabienb The case has been tried three times and reversed AppealsIFSartdohn A Fulton defendant NatW Halsbetd and Frank BDaugherty SUndfcrd i j Not a thing harinrul in One Minute coughIquickly cuts tie phlegm Healing aidsothing ltby all druggist J- II i isi h s oe afaiixj i f Of I 1 1iI vU7WAfUUlilu tUllnnnfnnnnnJ The Country Editor lne lithe hardest worked of men Ii chap is he He wields the hatchet or the pen IWith great faculty v y LHe chronicles that Bessie Brown Waif married to William Goode Then tothe woodpile hustles down And splits a lot of wood He writes two columns of advice To cure the peoples ills Then dons his apron hi a trice And prints a hundred bills And if some callers then there are His inky hands heJJ wash And trade a years subscription Ifor A pumpkin or a squash He spates H Biggins bin town Upon a load of rye And takes the upper cases down And fixes up the pi And when the pi is straightened out r The furniture he dusts Thesets a stick or two about The tariff and the trusts His paper cheers us every week It does whateer t can To k0ep the stash off Freedoms peak And save the right of man So come ye freemen of this land And lets be thankful for This bulwark ofthe nation The country editor Tyronto Out Word The Grundy Orphanage A meeting of the Board of Directors the Grundy tPresby te ri in Orphanage was held at the orphanage near here on Thurs day lust forth purpose of con siderjng somimportacb matters A change was made in the di re ctorate by the election of Judge L H Thurman to fill the vacancy made by the resignation qf Judge John Stibes Judge Stitesrfe signed on account of being unable to give the affairs of the orphan age his attention Three members of the board are now residents Springfield The board stands as follows J S LyonLouisvile chairman Dr A S Moffett oft Lebanon John W Lewis 1 ri t Thurman and W A Waters of Springfield Mr Robert Thomp sonthe e some big improvements on the premises The house and out buildings have been newly paint ed and the yud and lawn beautL lied Most of the land has been cleared of thickets and pr para tions are being made to plant a big crop of tcbacco this year Arraugements have been made to bring from tha orphanage at Anchorage a number of boys and place them at the Grundy orphanage and it is thought that the boys cin be nade useful at work on the farm Railroad Rumor i Tumors and reports 6f new railroads are always interesting especially wben our own town is concerned The Boyle County Herald is responsible for this latest one which we give for what it is worth It says CIA gentleman is well posted in railroad matters tells the Herald that there is a fine opportunity to get the Louisville Nashville Railroad to come in to Danyillo from Springfield on account of that route being 18e miles closer to Kioxville from T Louisville than the present Knox vine division The gentleman also said that he feels confident l that a great deal pf assistance can begotten from Perry villp where a railroad is much needed and graatljr desired He thinks that the matter of getting a national park at Perryville would be ma terially simplified should ar rail road pass through that section The enterprising people of Dan J kville should investigate the proposition and confer with tie railroad people The comingto Danville ofa competing railroad would mean great things for the community Mansfield V i The many friends here of Jcet Mansfield the former Springfield boy wfyo about ttfo years ago mcved to South Carolina with his parents will be inter estcd in the following item from the SD artansburg Daily Herald Messrs S J Nicholls J W Mansfield Ci E Andrews and L yesterday from Columbia where missiOn tothe bar rAil of Spar tinburga delegation passed sue ceasilly into the fi ld ti law1 WIIM 1 t1 11S UBSCllVN I 104 YR sPRINGFIELD tw R0UND My Hair sHsaai o w LOCAL INTEREST busy f superintendenthas who cityI817j AA rq tt No announcement was made public but it was under te04 that of the eighteen whO took the examination Mr Mansfield stood first ana Mr Nicboll third Three of these oungjnen wiir very likely open practice in this city in the near future Council Meets The regular meetiog of he City Council was held tn last Friday evening About the only thing of importance done was to receive the resignation of the City Clerk and the lection of a successor Air P G McElroy resigned thq position on account of being unabld to spare the time from his other work to attend to i the duties of the office Mr C M Icdhord was unanimously r elected to the position Reports of committees were heard and other routine business was trans acted The sidewalk quesbkra was discussed and it is probable that steps will at on cebe tkaa to enforca ordinances for the L construction of sidewalks r Fortunate NissHrtaw tJ tHWhenj Liyonba Mo wrftetT J Dwyer Jt now of Graysvilje Mithereof my customers were tpermanently cured of c6nsq ptio by pi Kings New Discovery and are ell and btrongto day One was trying to sell his f property and move to Arizona but after using New Discovery a short time he fpund it unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery the most wonderful medicine iniexistence Surest tough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healet Guaranteed by CjHaydon Druggist 5ky iiarTrial bottle free A Crahttory Exmagiatrate T p nicks of Bradfordsville vouches for the following story He was oh b illway to Lebanon Monday and was V i passipg tne farm of Mes rs Joe and James Avritt when a bJC k bird alghtedlna swampy place near the pike for the evident purpose of feasting on a crawfish True to its instinct of self prefer vatiou fbirdthe crawfish after tie fiseized the latter by the throat with one bits claws and held en until the bird choked to death Mr Hicks says hei could hardly c realizewhat he sw and left his wagon to take the bird up m his hands The crawfish he fOund stilt clinging to the birds throat and he says it took cOM drable effort on his part to release thot i bird from the crawfishs deathly grip People may be iokslinei l todisbelieye this story tddWffI Mr Hicks but it is as true as J 4 gospeLehsnon Enterpritei Iil A torpid inactiveliver cam pco4 ce more bodily ills tham aloE a y thtiwr J lse ItS good tQ cleaM tbsyitc 5out occaeionallv Stir the liver rtp and 1et into shape generally jt best results are derived Irt UM of DeWittM Little Early KlMrs Ite r liable effective pleasant pill w Ma a freputation Never gripe Ss jfrVV J all druggists M 1 I 7 LmsttoUdaU C f J The Jessamin 0ourtj fiscal f Court has agreed to purehftee Brooklyn bridge irfifcli paas tbi Kentuc1Irivero the Lexinfftoft f tMercerby Col Jack Chinn Dr Py IH packer and Messri FonyUM A Bur inr All that w eid for the purchase to gq iitoeffiha its ratificatioa by th Mer er Pie IIc cal Court T J8ao obt hat the oewrt wilIrss to dJe purchase Tbe uso str acted in 187rata eo olfn000 When it pMiti lateUMt f f gntrolofthe couiUee tJel toll gata lit this seeOoti ot tke Late will be re oted t u Joaraal 1t VH I JJ i 1 T f r t J Mrs L A Mcl tftJ 8prIa fisldKyRRD Ho 1 but frOm p r brd B s4s aDd8C Hot 4upInr f sale 1I1lp r 1 flai Ir w L 1 THE NEWSREADER tf VLUD TJIY1fJrU y tA YKARJH ADVANCE p L5PRINGFIrELI KY B B DAYISON Jrt r flaItt1taeu motlces 10 cents per ak 1IMeiiitnt fnser on usa candtdaLcs and political matte perils Jot wfrk is done at low rates but cash tit b 1850 cflhuj ci puts AnTrtW coatracts made on liberal f eroj oVitvarfe and resolutions of rwspect lRtI per line T wA1OfOtJNrDmNTS cHtrM 1tratesI 250 tYatrfrt OMces Iiroo THURSDAY MAY IT 1906 J We are authorized to announce Robert Noe a t as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Hbdgenville has been selected as the place at which the Fourth i Congressional district convention will be held and July 10th the date The Fourth District Com mittee recently met in Lebanon and directed that all the Repub- licanj County Committees in the district call massconventions in all the precincts of their respec tive counties on Saturday June 33 1906 at 1 oclock p m to eltct delegates to attend the county conventions to meet Mon day July 2 1906 at 1 oclock pm to select delegates to attendt the Congressional district con L vention The basis of represen Ltation is one delegate for each 100 votes cast for President Roosevelt in 1904 Washington county is thus entitled to 14 votes r The Supreme Court oftbe TJnitrd Slates upheld the right Ii L of the Stateto revoke the license aatf any insurance company which asks for the rem valto the Fed eral Courts of any suit originally brought in the State courts The decision also holds that a foreign insurance company is completely undertlie control of the State t and the license may be revoked at any time whether the reason I li a j6od one or not Henry R Prewitt State Insurance Com ft misfoner says the decision is of great importance and meats much to the Stats Riccs1 jIan III thu World 4p fTherichst man in the world can not have his kidneys replaced not live w thcBt them so it is important not t neglect these organs If F leys Kidney Cure ip taken at the first sign pi darigtr the symptoms will disap pear and your health will be restored as it strengthens and builds iip the organs as nothing else vill Oscar Bowman Lebanon Ky writes hive used Foleys Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in stating it cured Jme permanently of kidney disease which certainly would have cost me C jmyiife For sale by Red Cross Drugstore Mt Zion Echoes l + Msol N days and rioghter 4 Burcham were in Bloomfield t shopping Monday Klif ton Taylor who has been t atiending school at B tdstown t has rturnad WhlS home i Miss Lydia Willams who has been visiting her uncle Rev J as t Williams of Beard has returned Mr S A Bayne and Miss Mattie Hayden visited the form ers parents Mr and Mrs John t Hardesty Tuesday Mrs Eliza Mitchell aud sonof Ijitsey pent Saturday and Sun day with ivlr aiu Mrs John Wil liarnrMissesBiancheand Nora Bon- o ta spent Saturday ngLtaud Sun i day in Springfield the giests of ihii siate Mrs S Ef Bishop Mesdames William Eidleman Marj E3dlemanand Ida Williams acd children visited Mrs Guy Dawson at BlocmS ildl t Quite a number from hera at 4 ended Childrens Day exercise oj W at Chaplin Sunday m lit i Mr Clarence Mitchelof Chap Uriwas in our midst buy g stock the first of the week Messrs Wilt Ed alicr Ernest Gray passed through here sun dten route to Chaplin THE TATTT4ERT For a painful burn there nothing like DcWitts Wifch Hazell Salve There are a host of imiutlons of I DeWIfta Witch Hazel SSalve on the w market see that you vet the genuine Afck for De Witts Good too for r wnbHrn cuts bruises and especiallyi r ro meaded for piled The name E 1 I n DeWitt Co Chicago is on ec ery bOx Sold by all drocffJst Cur J Pleasant Hill Miss Anna Royalty arid broth er have returned frpm a visit at the home of Mr Tboa Royalty of Aud They wee Accompanied homeby Miss Athenia Ijtoyalty who will spend several days in this community Mr and Mrs JAl Royalty have returned homeaftqr a visit iat the home of their daughter Mrs HC Vaudivier of Har rodsburg Mrs Bfailie Burns iis onthe sick list Mr Ivan Keeling will teach ihe school at this place Mr Keeling comes highly recom mended as a teacher Mr George Dean was at Bat tie Sunday Mr los Hays and snn have returned from Mt Carmel 111 Mrs Hays will remain at that plate untU fall Miss Sylvia Coulter is visiting in this community Bill Colvin bought a nice mare from Mrs Eliz Derringer for 100 i Misses Athenia Alaud and Maud Royalty spent Thursday at Tathams Springs Mr George Dean was in your town Friday Miss Anna Lee White of Tat ham is visiting in this cdrhmu pity GLADIOLUS Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in the same ration that the use of Dr King New Life Pins increases They saveyou from danger and bringquick and painless releaSe from constipation and the iHs growing out ofiit Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by Cf haydon Druggist 25c Try them ioesVi9w JTimmey Sullivan who ha been Fatl1ersinyears has returned ijo this place and his pleasant appearance is delightful to his ID9DY young friends here J Misses May an l Florence Smith Alma Ofkjes Essie Smith Maggie Hamiton Froney Medley a bevy of young ladies hard to surpass pefat a delight ful day with Miss Mary B Car rico Jjnd kisters at their beauti ful home Woodland Knoll Jast Wednesday We see the posters of Mr Bud Maltinglys sale which will take place in a few days and he immediately will go to Louisville to make his future home As Mr Pius Nally was returning home with a Jadcagon from Springfield lat Friday he- met an engine on the road with two houses hitched toIt which frightened his horses and caused them to break the tongue out of his wagon but with kind assis tance of Mr Will Mullican itwas soon mended and Miv Nally went on his way rejoicing and thankful it was no vrose There should be a heavy fine put On engines for rilming the turnpike oads scaring horses demolish ing culverts and so on Mrs MolliO Williams writing from California to her sisters Miss Lizzie Mock and Mrs Ben Grume of Lebanon gives a graphic account of the great earthquake She was awakened by the bed trembling and calling to Mr Williams bounded out ol bed followed by Mr Williams they reached lhe door jumping out and by so doipg saved their lives for in an instant the chim pJasterfloor below Mr John OBryan lost a very valuable colt one year old Mr iAnI Opportunity touisvilletf from1May7tol9 I The Retail Merchants Association of which we are members 6will refund your railroad fare K 1i We Are Prepared to f Take Care of You t ofte fromff to otherIi 500 up Handsome Skirts iin J- t ChekS Plaids Stripes and Solid Colors tI GOO 3750 t jtandttgerie Lin Waists V iifrom 100 to 95000 + Tjio trip tp Louisville 4complete without a visit to this store til NJ GUTMAN CO 4t 4+ 4i i I WatOBfyan also lost n vry fine young colt John Hamilton bought of Mr Em Ballard a nice horse for 5123 KING B OF THE WOODS THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street St LouisSenqfor Kentucky testimonials L Willisburi Mrs Katherine Wilhaia of Louisville has been visiting berI niece Mrs WS Gibbs MrsTL Searcy ajid daugh ter spent last week with Mrs rl W Reed and family They will leave for their home in the west on the 14th We regret to see them leave hut we wish Mr Searcyand lamily health wealth and happiness 1Mr F B Mitchell and wife of Lawrenceburg antI Mrs TM Brown and son of Louisville were called to the home of Mr W T Wells and family oh last Friday on account of the death of their littl son Willie He hail been confined to his room frseven weeks with u complication of diseases Mrs Sallie Sutherland and son spent spent several days with relatives and friends at Harrods burg and Rose Hill last week Dr Mark Sutherland of Rose Hill was called to the home of 11J Mi Her on last Friday to see his little son Lewis who is ill with pneumonia We are glad to report all those solongarebetter streets again Mrs Allen Ransdell and two children spent the past WeeK at BohonJgate attend the entertainment at Springfield Friday night Walter Brawley of Ashbrook was iri our town Saturday and Sunday Dr L T Cheatham of Louis mothErMrsDecoration Day will be observ ed at this place Saturday 25 We will trv to put in our ap pearance hereafter Sickness prevented us riting but weave glad to know that out poor let tersr are a source of pleasure to our readers From another Correspondent The farmers of tlrs vicinity are all about through planting corn and aIe busy preparing their tobacco ground and the women folks are house cleaning and attending to chickens Mr Leter Gibbs who has been ill fo some tinie is abieMo be out asrain Death visited the home of Mr and Mrs W T Wells last Thurs day night and took from them their little fouryear old son Willie We extend our sympa thy to the bereaved ones Mr Richard Pinkston and wife visiTed Mr M iller Birch andiwjfe last Saturday night and Sunday The Decoration at this plate willbe Saturday Ma 26 in the afternoon thisplace3 rEerettr a buggy from J W Shirley Mr Fred Griddr wife and little daughter Myrtie visiud Mr J W Grider atd family last Sunday Mr MiitonGrider wife and daughter Alma visited W P Scruggs Sunday last ISNOdM r 521 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky 4 4+ id6 The + Greatest WomensA iStorei tile 5 South i title o m iiLL7rjii The seasons first cold may be slight ijiay yield to early treatment but the next cold will liang on longer it will Be more troublesome top U n necessary to take chances on that second tme Scotts Emulsion isa preventive as well as a cure Take SCOTIS EJIIULSION when colds abound and youll have no cold Take it when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma tiOihcals the membranes ltu1gsiand ISn for BOWiYB free stntpie Cliomists 409416 Pearl StroflUXtiyVerk and 100 drHBBistC LValley Hills MISS Annie ijink ton accpm paniefi by lawson Nfo re of near MnoresviHe spent last jSunclay wLthMr itn4 Mrs E G Rcddix of this place- HarryDcrringer and wife visitAd- rdlatLvesnear Midway Saturday and Sunday Claronce Boul tt of your town visitad roltttivoR in this section last week Eliza Mitclicll of cear ll1J1S was in our njjffst Friday Joseph Mariner of St Louis vfsited relatives inj this section last week From there she went tot the scene of the great calamity tit Sap Fraucisco Several from heie attended theDerby in Louisville Miss Grace Lair is at home after a short visit rehttiyosiii Louisville t DB Reddix orthiSplAce visited relatiyes noftr town Sat urday and Suaday DrT Ni Shehan and family of Maud spent Sunday at Oak Hill this pld ce Messrs HtncrRtr and lklgat Goatiey spent SuwaiywithWfl Norman ac Elm Htl Miss Pearl Boidirs Qf Louis vil e visited relakres in this sec tion llast week Miss Ad die Le Pile has boon visiting her grandmother Mivs SE Pile for the past two weeks fw T Beam and mother sptnt last Sunday with Mr and Mrs J L lloriJjnearLits y Born on last Friday a tan pound boy to the wiPeoIM W oeay Miss Nannie Ptnton is visiti ng her brotbor at Lltsey this week Mr Brerly Brown of your town visittd frieads in this sc tion Sunday Gilberti Donoh06 visitedi i friends jttHillaboro Sunday It L Goatiey and wife visited relativcsnenr li re Suntlav MI1and Mrs tB Grayiof near M idwaj visited Uer jtrnnil son at Oak thiS Sunday Cfy de GoaUej visitedi fronds near Chaplin Saturday and Sunday Miss Imoiene Goatiey accotp panifkl by narJc Sbdiau vrsHed friends at Scietto Hall Sunday The many friends of Bako- Cantersegre seriously to leara PhhppinesMr Thos llt1qf nelr WH li burg was Hi oiJiwklst Sunday Miss Siibe Hardiri visited her njMondayOwing tIt to tb4 sack pf niioUio Korfl that hits been ptaaiiedss well as nil small grain is suffer ing severely IhOte who have noV lpHht d are hiviusf si hard time preparing their ground as it is lird and iiry JGrigsby Bros df his place can bOiLS of liavmg the liaosv prospect for both wheJit and IIe of any farmer in ajiid around this community aud if the chinch tftiifs or rust does liptjstrike theta their yieUV vili be abundant ijeVeral of this communitj1 et peciully thIS voungiten are aox ibus fur the bridge at Salosfom which is now under constructlpn as it fford many cjnvenicncfs Mr J 11 ONeal suffre great loss last week by the death of his ins nyim for which hj was offered IJSBo only a CW days previous tIter death dhe was one arncng the llnest blooded an ditals in tins country and his lois- fsegirttedseroasiy by hiSIIa frieods nfj Messrs Unsell feJnnnof Leb PfttiitingW T Beam a this place whichf when jcomploted will add gitalyl4 to 1tsapioaranceS KLrHECOUCHAND wriii drliKings New Discovery F PricoF10- 0OLDSFrc Trial Surest and Quickest Ouro for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK 1 t r4 3 W ii MARKS 6 GREEN The old Rciinble Manufacturers 44 anti Deofers in all Kiids of 8 4LUMBER LATHS sriiN 4- SASH i DOORS BLINDS r 4 44 4 4 Wa iandle the celebrated V I 4 Mixed CaririeU Goal1 4 4 Cantbet Beat 4 6 f ewreACME CLMENT PLASTER The 13eton Jfefth Prices Right Ii Onke find YarJs Uoctor and Railroad StIeCtSSpringlield KY 4 44444444 44 44 44444 ANOTHER lETTER Shows Little IImprovement in the situation at Santa Rosa California Mr1Cllg CO tioughrh recetvoiiJ another letter from his 5isttivMrs Cplvin who l ai riss ident Qf SantA Rofiij Cal whicli was ulnfost totally destroyed by the eftrtllqaake According ffo Mrs Colvin there is but little iifiprovcinenVini tljo situntionir thnt town Among other thhigs Mrs olin writes 1h1more Iseuj otthe ifeasie Hi m1 e helpicssltnd hopeless it SEems yc cant realize what a town Qf II tXX people seeins Ifke to iotlavea single business of any kind Every day hs been a holiday siie thu 18th Sonic of the county oftlcersdhave setup tents to go to work when the canrtiibuse shall be cleared away IItpltpeisIItpl oscopod the building and they hftelbo begin at itrotoinnd Work down One four story ha Fmstelesaoped oewbues fpll and burned besides all the rooming houses Dentists doctors oJerks lawyers oflices blfltcksiniths harness i4irbers roeery1drygone We aro a collflction of houses wiUra litllo post olfic I1roI1 are gong up in yardr getting- rac1ytogo to businO831tltin AI shoe sfcorejopcned in a tent today Men heavy shoes onlv In Ui ref weeks goods will arrive trorn the out and wa will lie some tWng to spend mvjn y for Just nQHVOtt coukl not sperffla dollar if you haditl i Proisions are jfeiifc jiiffUJ be tlistributetramli the tow i W itill Vcinjf fcd because uo groceries hae yet arrived Some will so6n arrive froth Pot t land If Situ JirRt eco could only liatCOd but wecan got noilihig from there and it takes a long tin to come from the est Los A geleji l arlkiKl and S lktle ii pplrSanl ptitlsco uiid we being a smalif pilfce Have b wait pur turn Pe pIe will notj5tarve Manjr t jgeiLhat Ubear were were uecUo hot all j will get along some Ifow rPepplaare suhti1ius Ha so hl a number of shocks since the- lIHthtO real sttynjic Ones and Uoifew luve gone llMck to their holies rue shoclc did more damage here thaa in San Fran CIBCO bat hjfe raged then for three days Rod tboy were Jpower- less for their water maiMs broke drat thing Most jwopla lost aveiif thing but jjasi what they ooinld carry in their hands whie OJW houses were znostIyspard in aoroa condition loud Our cUth s snd furniture 1 C 4ountesen big two story boosts iirlOIJl Utighborliood tba aw utterly Sft olished Same way alt over tovraCbitnneys are beylnuiog to- soup J People wbo s Wlt say the atitiiraisedi up like waves iri thej gen flhe houses roSe hkp Jbipjs at sea JJurniUir joll d ka nmrbies o ery thing broika ble broke and many tbouvlitjt gerely was t IG Judgment trnoln l bIg We go ujp town and bee hJ 11rased to the ground aud coniho ne dtfd cant comprehend that Santa R sa is uo more OarS j tP made of stotte and sat with steel i od s a foot apart was the only thing to stand ncl Klis lop Telll from thaC f Grundy Orphanage Open j I ii The Trustees of l thoGrtsndy Orphans HOUIQ e5iWan hounciilmt tbo Ijomo is how in eal ness for tho reception of o pbansi HriefLy stated the USanl conditions under wlilch thvy wi 1be rdceived areas follows Rule 1Full Orphans and half orphans whose father is dead miy le admitted tto the Home R le2NoorpJ1an shall be admitted under four or over- erghtQenyears of age norsb all- anybc admitted who have ade qllteJneans of support Rule aNo orphan unsoundI in mind or body will be admitted Rule 4 Orphans to be admitted must be of fegitimate par enfcrfge i Rule Applidhnt3 received under misrepresentation by par cuts or those having Item in charge shall be returned at the expense of such peraons- Rulo H All applicants whey accepted must bqdehivered to the JIone free of any expense to the institution Rule 7 TheBpird of Tructods declines to dfgsutrffe legal respon sibility for t e children in the way of adoption but lprovides the sheltering cate and protec tion of a Chris tiaii llQmpt PrefOihree4lbeiven to or phans residing Washington county theiv tbd e resding iin adjoining counties and then out in the state generally Further land more detailed information tUllY l5e had frcin anyof the undersign d Trustees J S Lyons Lpuisyile A SMcffdtt Lebanon John W Lewis Springfield W A Vateii1Springlield I H Tiiuraian Springfield Fceilliitr VOUIIK PIrt For young llIg It is refv nWesssarj hint milk iMn put of tip ration ayp AinorlrTM AtrHtultiirlst lu coiuiectioi Vrttb flemnilk Rtoaail luMk utts torn u1 wlujt Iau be Jixt to cxexh ut ad vnuiiuav rtarti1l with It small propor Hun At first suit iaareislji f thix as the uulittal Kroir laier I riug tha enrfy wiinitu rH pxxV pnj tura sor eeei4I lMiortanre whew ffrMig1EjIIduel l 14it1As x u au le ratn te fwiiiwl the Itd will JenmWMlil itdown nua will O ui UIt J1 IJJ1iott Itmltt 1ir qwhJ rr OUl Ituliu pTOVJiU KllRilt fdt JdtcIIJ Jtr thv Hiitotate Olts have iwoss ti linisb lot aIi tilt lbettor an tthc hiuh not i1tftii1heM hsdti1mt ok rtuuHy fw tmlblltoT the latter Iikj- wcttery fur ke thonasel- t4ean Dnir3 titiingetnaeiit r The WIu of animal Imnistvy scut makingI11pwiiictlunof itfhr herds sajrs D w Itgltty ly NatlMal StoHcmtiu Two iMiuilnsl 1VtUll intiy ot tliesc kept no rw mK mil a llarger ntunbor ot them tiki not fcnWVliat Ito t to ftei1 t1ht1 nr lit re ll lie grentest dtywbaok in Utlry work The farmer keepss lkJt of cIWsft41 does not know wttnt it eotte to feed JOOI nor what ilwy liHllrldml produce HlWWe Imagine a man te another Business iineepeIIng wtk vKi methods or n of aujrf A Cw of the fundn inutnl firKlclptec jjrnrtliaUIy sppftetll to our 4al 7 wotk1s thegnat cttleeklertUortJta dy Tltq lfna 9 p rnfor Thi ciiief Qeto6 to tlK hand 4eji nrntor nre iIts fiwit sst ami tst llahor bf 041101 thai useeiiut nil IItunlilW cmlder that the LamcreMI Itroriwt lIttl Own the aavlujr In of tat lu kha pUk skaeo over H e Jof ether meUKXU of ir amlnjr to jiuy- HWblir of Its other lula itap HHijountK to firtlm 3 J 10 iw year foe ee t 00 It ill be itut tiLit tme sJtratnr will soon fiay rotdr The la lior of vfjfrfwpilMi Ii phio u KtMiH ijw l WtiOa tbln conipire with 11winIu of wsshIa thutssibi reqnirtJ Orth the shQlo or t1etp reiti9iJ b h IL TnjlBr OutaCo StftUon TfGieWi nd61hJ wilt a vkfr 10 KWiiriH data relrttlre totllt co tot dfiorf Turks ffive upwly IJMitcfted Plil dttcLu nt the Utah sta tle e Ici tsr Itl1 Vs h Jrl ture of snvaotl friim and khu itnilk In the form of It mash with out bones tOO a ttJ4 irre n nhalfa Tjie grain nsttltldor titan rtjorts wliwit ron roUed Onts andi thweoa JUt1 in varyiu IroIswdonst tbc close of tthe iriod tilt thws i4 made a total gain of 2T8 i ouuds Sacij pdund of ashh re t1iiredl 2 polHMlf grain a like nawHint it Bkiin milk Jrtwl U10 poiwd moat scrap thn eo 4 betnjr 393 cents Jd iiJ Poililfr Corn pary fnrtiwm hould jilan to rnlSej Iag iropa at corn for fo Tei pw Hi rose tiiore should bo a light crop qt hay tlHr will be ibid tuost oscoll nt sab r1itii totTt hft Ck lifHjii iliiliiliiliWili ill ili iliili illili 1 Cool Clothes E f P r 1LAto our men customers just E Jl rnow and we are prepared L J 4 to fit you out er 2i 1 ts f From Head to Foot S ifi tL 11 elt r We have an especially = J attractive line of Shirrs at erJf t jtt from7centsto15O T jr r S v 1l To Keep CrtzoI1 3t fff iI f lvBuylt negligee Shirts with Collars 4t and Cuffs attached ifi ftf JLf Gentlemen half hose in rall styles and Mens Ox 1 Ci fords In patenfleather1 tan l iand calf et t iJ v h WHITE AND FANCY VESTS Jc Genuine Panamajfiats at5and 10 IIf ypu are ltJ Si going on a triplet ussell you a nice Suit case 1f i I GRDNDY Sf MelTIRE I f f HM tf g ff tf f= l i Jim i Flies OO jj- Is 1 Ji nit old adage Its a big jjump f i though from tile time of the I if 1 first clock to now Bridge tie irchasm and what have you The first clock irude the one of fvJL todayalroost a chronometer ItV Accurate Clocks a rElegant Jejyelry dlis what you find the year f at my jewelry store Mr ttstock reflects my being expert in selecting a jewelry stock To save 1 H money buy from me- 1 g James J Graves I t L 4 IM 8 8 ft t == L5 IfM I Now isthe Time I i sJ 1h 4 TTo Buy Your 4- I w r kt ri 1 3 IW 1i v t JrjaCv Irj7frX Water Coolers t Ice Cream Freezers juW i Refrigerators p Oil Stoves 4 4t 1fit1 iS Hose for Sprinkling Grass Scythes 4 f Snaths Lawn Mowerss If S Washing Machines yv t tTflrtlAfs i Such as Hoes Shovels Spades Rakes etc V t I Jil 4 44 Dont Forget 44t ti Our 9iam nd Edge line of Razors Shears Knives f i 4 Axes Etc They are the best it t IW r 7 Call and inspect oUr stock of thETaboye I We X vant you to seethem l 4 i McELRQY SIIULTZi t 9444 x + 444 44 44444444 TheMinupthe rr1 Ladder thatMasUci only pure ingrc11c151t3 that long llife iJ asmired any building protected from sun wind land weather with Mastic Mixed Paint ThIindThaLat jSprodaqcareciating the rtftol of 1cclO11cntlinnU cli juatoo ToornS pool ccalo or ckrJlc oft when nppIiCtt Jiccordin to Oircctipno t1aUa paint saves topoir billf 1v Manufactured by PEASLEEGAULBERT CO INC1SoUcvrLt In J coItoALcilY oj HAYIDON 6RKlN6iW it r Ee FOLEYBO TAR Will Sure Stop That Couth i1Prs Palllnnp tt A Ji DR H BURTON ir RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED 4 I WITHOUT PAIN ii OKcHagaB Black pst hs 1 SPRINGFIELD KY = fAll Dental Work Strictly Y Firstclass J H 1AMPTON DB J C MODD 1Dr IMPTONY MUDD t i i iljvfciaDS an4 Surgeons offices over Haydons Drugstore 4W FGRIG S BY TTQRNE AT LAW = Ofllc8 over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY JyB R BARDS M W FYATT RoBARDS HVATTni Physicians andd Surgeons p Office over McEltoy Shultz ItDR J H HOPPER PHJSJGM and SURGEON at i r PHONES Office Over Office 97- Residence Hogani Grocery J 71rJio I JJHNY MAVfSfie EWNERAl ulUfCTORIi AND UCENSEBE1DALMEB TELEPHONE VDAVU9 NIGHT 74 I SPMNGFELD KT by Rkiroad Schedule Following is the time schedule noV in effect On the Bardstown call and SpringLieldbranchraUroadin j Nq 41 Lea yes Louisville at I 410 p m Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown d52 p mat arrives at Springfield 645 p mt No 42Leaves Springfield at V 630anr Bafdstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am r Wives at LouisyilleT am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930m Bardst wn HI 5 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm j N644rLeaves Springfield a 120 pm Bard town 230 pmW Bardstown Junction 435 pm a arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 a m Bards t wn8 aYtn Bardstown Juifction i 845 am arrives at Louisville j 935 am M l No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards town J753pm arrivesat Springfield 825prui1 M1t1s Carriage I h e Repair Slop It iin All kinds wood work and up holstering done Grain Cradles onjaand for sale ifl have for sale now one new jhand made buggy new handmade spriug wagon and a good second baud spring wagon rt will work cheaply lot the money All work strictly cash Iw H BOND- SpringfieldT Ky FRESH BREAD r ROLLS AND CAKES tr Baked Daily frAhias goodlI always fresh We haea new jBaker who is an ar tistiatnaing good things Six Loaves of Bread for25c 1 6 t Her iens Confectionery 1 II 1- 5pCJ Leghorns Exclusively I L Eggs for sale 100 forVtf or l 150 for 30 j MRS L IIR11 I y r YEARSrPATENTS TRADE MARK DESIGNS r i COPYRIGHTS ticIAnronoseniJIiiB a sketch and description mar 4lnIckI ascertain our cjilnlon free wbcllier an isprohnfolrrntentaMe Commnnlcn- tloitnarictlrcoiiUrtenUal onlatenta- jeenl free Oldest nuenrr Xorsecnrlngpatonts Talent taken through ilunn k Co receive xpteial notice iril liout cbnrce In the Scientific Himricatt ATinnrttomdf IllnntnUnd weekly Tireest clr ctilaiimt t Onr nclenUUc journal Tcrnn U a ypnr nurraontb tl Soklbyail ncwidealer I rMLJUN CO3d12T0y New York 1 Branch F St YuhlnKton C J Why take a dozen things to cure r Tthat cougb Kennedys Laxa Uvft tiiiHotleyand Tar allays the congestion 4stOps that ticklIng dr ves the oId lout through Jour Imela Sold by al1l ruggistst mwroww Z- iIJIOWN 11 i VJ1dr Jlj iJ niiIl Local Mappenns of Interest The Freshest and Latest I AHAboutAYourseir Friends and Acquaintances Pqutrfbrget our nice mince S- cpiesat r ont rampbells- sourlJI furillturpoomelinl I We arestili paying cash forI eggs chickens und bibf Jhides at Campbells f J I FOR SALEvA gooti gentle pony and pony trap JOHN F TMMS Qcfme in and select 91 i from our lOc counter hipgI things Campbells The bet screen doors and windows can be ball at Leach mans furniture stQIet The best and cheapesfc screen doors and windows can be found Lachmansfurniust re Second hand buggies and car bought and sold on com mission W1 C Foley SPl 11gI Ky I WANTJDOn dining room irl a the Walton Hotel- WqotfSON L Moss A first jlass vmortised screen Topr hinges etc complete ford 00 Leachmais Goddsvorkpaiput On to stay and look well guaranteed WC Foley If your buggy ne ds painting on iV C oley at hisshop Spi ngfieldj fi For screen doors andl windows to Letchnrtii the furniture nan J H Two baseball gaines are an lounced to take plJce on the grounds of the Graded School This Thursday aftcrrnoon the ocal team will cross bats with a earn from Bardstown and Friday afternoon the Lebanon club some over to try issues Judge IH Thurman has ought of the Stark heirs their inter st in the property knownl nsth McKenna property on lain street Miss Bettie Cray ft still retains her interest in the property but has broken up- i lousekeeping and has gone to joard itllM rs Gain The McKenna place is for rent LoST On the fad between T Tat lIns residence and Denbo Creek a ladies black leather hand brig containing a pair of glasses ome professional carjils and 14 money Finder vill please lClye at postoffice and receiver wald M1SSM C MOIAKlTY A temperance ijieetmg is to takeplace Willisbjrg Saturday afttrnoon at3 oqloclvl A meet ingofthe local option advocates has also been called for at the opera house in Springfield on Sunday afternoon for the purpose of organizing anAntiSaloon League Hon CrL Collins Sec avof the Statel Anti Saloon League will speate S bI GampbelLreports county court day at Bardstown Monday as being well attended and he 1rogcsj I I I made tthe following sales IVc sows iuid 11 Pgs 88 2 soWS ap ill ilioabs 51 2 sows and 18 shcrnte 7tk 1 rW and calf 2550 1 cow itrid calf 8l lsfcrjpper cow 25O 1 shipper cow 1B Plug hdrji at the usuallprice from t1o 55 No good horsess on the nmiicet Lots old sarrejs and buRH atifroin 15 Vp Mr Richard Eiltfty jurho carrIeS the niall bttw en SpringBeld and Willisbarfr and who has n farm Hour the latter place suffered a serious lusstfonday tiiglit by havinj f his tfock of sheep iaided by dogs Mr Riley says the dogs killed s vn sheep outrhjflit and severely wpondll81X others sOnic or whichl Ul die The- coqntrvaroid has becji arcl ed for the guilty dofcs but wii tii put resultsa Thefinnua picnicofthe Spiiiig field Graded School took iplacel on thebaitks of the Big Beech at Fredeiickstown on last Tries dgy andl was part cipated in b betweeri two and three hundred children on1 grown rolshoh- eartily enjoyed heJselves Ten big rar m wagons besides a Clumber of other vehicles vrer4 required to convey the erowjj and two wagons were employed to Haul the grub to the grounds kilt only one wftgoh wasi required tP bring beck the empty biskete audit contained a very light 1ba1 The children appear ed to thoroughly enjoy them selves and spent the dRY in tsh 111INotice JQ Contractr 4 Notice is hereby given U tweI are ready to receive bidfi for grading and macadaariizing a turnpike from ths 3nr1hg1Iek- linidPetrytniL1e turnpike to the Marion county Hoe over what is now county road No 65 Renown as the Gordon road distance1 of about 2i iniles Persons de siring to contract for same will be furnished with specification lan full information by pfying to either T W Gordoti Pires Springfield Kyr or dlareacc Ohristy Jec Lebanoti Ky Dr McCprmackLecfcHre IiDr J M McCk raaajBk Sigfcii tary of tUe Boardl of Health of Kentueky delivered a lecture to a small audience at the Court HouiJe here on Tuesdaymorning whith was enter kJtinui arid full of practical suggestions and in formfttion Br McUormaek has been toVring iw tate giving leptiiies rot tje benefit 9f both physician and laymen He iIa- stronitIvote of organisation niideo ojItti0ntinong members of the it edical profossiou arid urgos the formation of local so cieties lot the purpose of study ing medical se enco and becoii jug more proficient He ays thatlfc tits log beena weafeies among physicians to saY unkind tbi isof one ariopier and this practic should be broken up y je61IWh valuable suggestions as tp the EE HAMMOCKS m a z i have them A complete assor entAU grades and prices can sell Hamnrocks ilpI 40 PefCCent Cheaperrrn- m h than they were ever sidIil1 Springfield f ij before r v L t IICeilts I to 500 j VI1tBuysc f c t r E LEACHMAN Q ITHE FURNITURE MAN B u J I Its Worth n S tiwelitig a long distancie j t J i miliJ Ii l All wo rjt guaranteed I mi Ii J 1LG CRIJMEDD S g mI Bardstown Ky e a33 a a3 e3 i3 prevention of the spread of such diseases IS typhoid ever and I consuihption which he declare are contagious He declare1i that if the people w uI lony take certain sunitary precautions that it vould be possible to totally exterminfttft certain dUSI eases from 1 any coinmuriitiy He predicted that in a ft w yoars the practice of the physician will bo confined to surgery aid the pro tlonolSenses i Dr Mc CoVmack took a shot atjmteut medicinesi whicn aromdoup olfl cheap whiskey arid injurious drugs He told of deaths which had occurred frpm the use lofr iioadachc powders And cases of delirium tromchs lresulting from the continued use of Perinin Hostettors Bitters L dia Pink 1mm s compound and other widelv advertisedl compounds Graded School Tournament i In the Graded School Ton ma rnent which ist ttiko place at iarrodsburg May 24th to ih Springfield will be well repre sent having entries in aboutj i ttwc1vtof the contest for prizes Quitea large delegntion from the school will attend besides hOe who will strietp win both nddfiU and honors in the various jonteste Miss Mary Haydon isr mtered in toe Derntorycon- et for girls while Lyman Bur b r will strive for tliavlionor in the contest for ticjs T- In T the musical cbBJeste the r Springfteld schooll wiN be iopreI elltedts follows Vocal nale William Waters Jiv OJaI solo female Miss Maiy E Tocal duet Misses Lotnse Medley ind Francis Martiri Charles Hungate Is entered in the contest f6r proteiericy in nttIiin tics while Lynn Buslj AiU represent the school in jmiriniar John Sh st4r McElrby mill be therepreanaihinthe 9jvmposijtion and Fri liah Liaare contests i Ill athletics the ischeol will laVe the followine eatarijts 11101 OtVytird dnsh Joint hoek Mc ElIt by and Harry Slslte 50 yard run Frank McQabe duch in crest is oanilteclin the chances of the ball tern to in t dinilit1Jt TU ofs aje ill nftcticing hard und spfeci to in liU by the the gong ouiids for the stirfc Mrs Susan Keen Dead Mrs Susa M lee OIWor the oldest and most rr spRMei fladies of the county I died at Iher iomethr e miles north of Sprilhg led on last Thuriy May 10 ittea Ml ess of plty3o few hours of an attack pf acute indi gestion I The deceased was the widow of Mr RicTjaril Keene a promi nent farmer of the county who dieqin 1874 Her maklen name was rfusan Moran arid she the daughterof William Moran a pioneeri citizen who came from Loudon county lrginia to this county in the tarly days of cofti ty s scttlemeni Mrs Kcen was a woman of man lovable chkiacteristicsi JKindjChiritabre mot elly she was never happier thafv when extending the hospit ality of her beaatiful home friends She wns a devoted mem Ixjr Of the Pleasant Grove Pres byterian church and had ccom pUshed a worthy wcJvk in life thatxjf rearing a fainity of sons aud daughters to bo good and useful men and women The loss of her Godly influence and pres 1 ence will be felt ionjYO in own family bubfii tlie entir community and her memory be cherished for i ours to come Mrs i Keene was the mother Dlt eight sons arid daughttrs ofrf whom are still living and i dentsof this county One har1es1died ill 1805 td the re inaiuiiigoncs are Mosgrs Frank Milton Henry and Bruce Keeue and Misses Mary Letititt and Mat tie Keene IJThe fureml tOok place at Pleasant Grove PresUyteriai 1 churcb and wastfonducteHi by the regular l l1StorRoVT Ovprstreet assisted by Dr TD Latimer of the Springfield Pre tl1tJndJUlThi The many sor i t J i fvii1d v Lu folh vrd t P past earthly rnujain of tbis o0i j jAtoman to theirlast iehtin r pb jill the beautiful little eemetry t Pleasant Grove bore a slight re timony of theirfocdneas fur nflj Closing Exercises nThe clostwjgf exeici es of the Springfield Gradedchootl1bih took place at tbe Opera House on last Friday eenmg 8 trlfcted acrowded aonaeind the program rendered was pleasing toall RIPar lieu hrJ attractive feauiic the entphtainmenS was the music gwll1ch and consisted vocal of solos piano lologI quaitettaand choruses by pupils hofthe stJhool The vjiJedieto- iaddressof John S McMroy Jr entitled Does it Pay w pro J nounced Qua of the ffnesb orafcori cal efforts over heard here und reat things are predicted for that young mifin his college career and in any profession 1 jinay Chose naftrlire t C FEFRCN A 1 Miss SiKlie May s is v fii Miss May BodnoatM4i1 w Mr Frank Wells was iriBhadij field Sundayr T Mr and Mrs John OffuU iafirj Tuesday t Dr WW Hyatt6f WiJiisbuag was in towh Tuesd y J WatherfSimms was in Lapis vile yesto Jay Mr B D Lake xasrii n Taylqra it yiHo Monday and Tuesday Mrs J6PhiilipsQf Lebkpn il is visiting Mrs J B lloBtrdf Mrs ByroriCroake and Mrs Effie Woilsaje in Louisville Miss Sara May of Bloomfiald is a guest of Mrs Lizzie Durrett- Mr h jrregory Eielen isveryi ill with blood poisoning in toe hand f Mr Theo Campb3U w sj Vi Barrd slo n andNax ireth Tuesday J r1jona3NaU1 r1 kon- cpunty was iii town yesterday J vV Sble orts of Lous vi1leishretiweek1sitl his znttz 1 Mir aiulF Mrs Wnieheel n E3hrH jfie fNMeOVer from Le ioon IntSd AtbHl of Uoluiiibia 1tIK1 iS Stti Ray or LebAnon were here I sclay- M ls JjleiiWtberln Mrs 0 Ali Cooper pent Sind7Ia f biton1 Mr BamJlfcan Robertson of r Bards ton ye visiting MJcSG D 1berLfpu Mr B YMcTDlrcy QctebijI1- lnon T itod relatives berfchf fiist of the week d MiM Pearl Connor of Freder ickiowu is v feu ing her siser Mrs Kate Williams t Dr RO McChordof I bntton attended Dr McCormftck jec peMr mid Mrs J U rnh3J1S plJ Lebanon visited Mr and Mrs J Rirttedge Wharton f Lten W 9Ieddeitvesthi j week to return to his Jp6t duty at Ft Yellowstone QII M s101u1 Brown arid 11 larry Browiv spntVc1 tlwitb Mrs CD Robertson Miss Ethel McClaskey of Blopmfield visited Mrss YeUa Brown tBe last of the week f MISSes Nora and Blanche Don ba visiMed their sister Mrs S B Bishop Saturday and Sunday sM r and Mrs John Diirrett ot Bloomfielcl are visiting atlMr Jamss H Clavbrookes hotSTe- M f Robert Rbbards of Hen tj isViJtiugbIlIbrother Dr John qs I B DLakepenttb6ftrstIMrs of weedk witli berIitUer Jrl t1V Tbpmp69n a P as o Gr ve oMrs Fon i Rickl n q daughter Sliss Done t4Le POD are visiting Ifs 0 B tdbftII Whorter Miss Koxie Wakelleld t StU Gatharines visited Ms lUple I Durrett tAie latter parto ol Wie II 1r Bertba Hadon urued 1illngA Afiss Lydia McTlioj spent BJd1i51n51 Mrs J A I3endei ion a form er resident oC this place uow eft Lslelto is visiting relatrvesndf- rionds here this weekt J MrHiridinan oZbe revtuue service at Lebanon J and eTOonway Lebanon1 postmaster Avere here Tuesday Jr Mrs W F McClurerbftFdir held came up for the commence ment and spent a few d JSw th Mrs J IT Mi riiro a J JuJaJ I Eii sted i fletudeofother I = and can fit you Kaibes and PrccripUs on die come and see for tfourself ftlv your 11 eyes the attention at the I high tine grade and place ood Nothing All rightII modern kinds and style of 3 j lenses Bifocals of every de t J cription ASTIGMATie CQRRC IONSI a SJ1plty = i Graduate Optician always on I hand to make test 4atisfac itioii jjMatrainteed I Russell 1 LEM v Mrs W TBarjjeU and istcr 04 Mis8 ISfBe Kirabirlin of Mack nIle spoLitTuL1y with Mrs I JjI MoJSlrpy t II Mia C W S1limigs his re ilrned rl ddt a ils1t tip the honif r of brfaiber Mr oR Harmon n Marion coun4ytv yWFI Witihim returned I ueflday eveniifg 3rom Chalta iooga Tennyf wanei Jlia attended t11 Soa1 rn BaplltiGonveritioD Wso Mattie McElroy of ebanon and Miss Louise Me Elroy have retoriied fromTa ham after several weeks stay Miss Jennie Redding liaaret arned to Lebanon afker having uccos foily taught the Ofch grade a tIifigliShooieiast term t ustelostd v Miss Bette Gruyprcft has loved frotri hQf1lhometheM- eKeI1napJoP t Mis Slixa Cain4 wheriieie will board ifweattciv js Mrs R U M11oy and Mr I D ornit sttt unia t lathafa with 1115 p McElfoy hoe healthl jisl jsownqwliat ira roitI i Mr Fred I1ilcitathok st reside lUs of iift0piintr a nd highly repectd cliiaeri asti- e point af jdeaiA Aj his home at FredericksfcowB Dr William fithem cf Lpuisdp8t b dtynigh eeame profesaiia1ly tosee J u Barbers lM iiow son whvis much bet er y MtsSB ThOuOrkbf Lob Ion dil4r ieec Oiappbell Iud Children are nitn 7r- saom1jhieiati fft till DCur f sin Lcnsvilfe f Mrs H D Rodspnof Shelby aunty came oVfEJor the com Bnceweut exeissises Friday evcn1IJgn4rt n unvH Mon ay vsiih her shter UrsI H Tb1rJIuu f NilI Jar es A aiof Kew inoe lIL has reWraecli ttQ his hornet fttey a yisli to J mojher att lio ofrwick this soatit Mr Si i1t t1t11 Mainsleftyierday to jon h is brother at JCiiiie t Drv A Y flIcbet and Dr ci Irosby Of Tia 74 cfii4fDrs Bar g ett ant ThOEdSOfl of lYacte t vUle and DrWW Hyatt of t g WiUi9borgwe i to hearlr t M eCommaucks I8ItVS Mond- yIusFcr t J Iii t t Rent i s t Ago five towai house on est ideoJt Wall si reetabove Tumey Riley s stable JOA rent Apply to T W Swnms 1 r IIIIiJf iikpai1c IJ no metre drffigetpu than to net lcctt idlJeydi loJeAK duty ire eorrects irregularities and red mny Wrete cs4e s after hasI teataMttali cured mViiy cuesaftec other treaUneu t Jtu failed It buikls up the trotta but ttoaue anti rctorejn health 4flI gorIi was compJaintfortbout iof Alt Bterltng TOWS bnt two boti leswf Fol fV i1i v Curt effected rlerma tI CIL1ZbH id 8llh Red DwS tor i ICrOS Notice to Creditors t AU peraoris having ciiims anisttho oetate 61 UrHih Shew IDiKker decied will preset ame proper134t rren to the or oo jnyattOrmy V F- Neikirk ouot he ore tile fllSt day ofj JU el908 V boVE Wilson1 Uriav ShewnaakeV I 1rQI PlStpS Rhtt1 jf 5WT Fonfe BsttM stert mt liverton la iisalylothis lifej t iud was rob d f of ajl comtort t fccoriHng feo lila Itter whichIJ saysfor 20 yeursl had chronic Iliver complaint which led to such a severe case of jauiiclice lat eenIDyffinger naUs turned yfellow wIld n toy dtoctor prescitivr r bed Electrt Bi tersi which ne ad hate kept me well eleven years Sure cure for- tt jJiiiausness Neuralgiai Wea1qsi- id l all Stomach Livetidn r find Badder db1tngeitats a xrondorful Tontcv AtC J Pay dti ri Ip p rTM ITO PAINT OtV l ji J Get aIlyo1 anfry 1ie LJJ1 Paine inveisTJirifenlf Use the Paint thats the bep prIt servaUivs hsPainU hct wears the long est the Paint bhi1 looks the bestWOUND C1TYHORS SHOE PAINT 1IJ It may cosU tiTev cents more gallbribui1i covers more erII yards to the gallon andyou w have Uo It 1ua1Jxl 1 GET IT AT I I It 6I RED CROSS DRUG W EI A flj Ii = = + lnnnQQ06 Qrqcj OOn ir y TOT T if youcanfe 4 t come inperJp L 8 TELEPHONEg e Q Your Wants iifancUive S vili deliver the goods Satisfaction guaranteed f OjJ0 D9nt you need ani J AWNING or 4I- 1ADE kk- Weinake 8 of a speciltyI these gOQt1s forgg 4 i will put them up yoa Let us make you g II an estimate of the J cost We can show Q t yoii a large variety of g 1 AWNING g i 1 goods foI select fr D1Q f Q Special prices on all Carpets Wall Paper Rugst i Mattings and Linoleums Justr ceived hew lineJJLace Curtains ROBERTSONO BROS- oocooOO A oooc2 A V 00000oo LJ S r sVvVVUiX0 0 tva a liS The first National sank J ftt5- t SPRINGFIELD Ky t iapilnl 5QOOO I F Surplus and UudlVldcdPlal S2OOOO- FFItTRSP 8Ft I Litacy resident John W rewi VibePresldenC A C rci1roy Cashier r4B Catnslstant Cashier J j t Foster DookKeeper lL It Purdoiii Asst BookKieper EIIII f DIUECTORu r LitseyJ W LCris Sidney Green FlsjCa P tif bell R11 Edelen II M Qtjindyirqhn O Pqlin I I 1 f t We grant every favor consistent with safe banking Your busit ness respect Ul1 solicited ll = S S ooooJ = Tve7 YourIi W S 1 Jr I a i 2 B Pinfedf puqqy 2r 1 b Mr W C1FoleyI iJf Versaijies q an I expert carriage painter has rented the KitjI J Cagey cariiage and paint shop on WesfeMain 1 Street and desires to inform the publicthathe r is prepared to do all kinds of ihigh clas v v T Carriage and fc Buggy Pamt1llg1J1 r I atthe most reasonable Prices Saisaction- guaranteed J t He will give you a low price oii all wonk Call on Mr FoleFat the shop i f 1 EERYBOPYS 9 s BUSINESS 1IiJ I 4 1prj 1 i r r t 1 SCNbbodYsBusi1essBut utatfi i j W1fifi ihebe3tworkinktheg 3 tOg1ve public aSTinningnd Plumbing mtLe m Jtr rlat theleast possible cost GIVE US AOCM4 B Lva iT n r PRITCHAREl tlHJ JeW tfI t SPRINGFlELDVY 4tn t Nr J t Ft fJ nr Ts iBrak Leaks wio is hero o his fi Tbst nde rmaI usually OClldpsllis eltEars that Hsterilo gossip areas f ilty as the tongue that tells it A maR can a1isethel JooJistjwiss orit 1ter the deed is ol1i fce wore children a man has the tew he knows toutl how to raIthem The man whp undertakesi ttI fif ht e devill with JJre shouid Ure s ia a suit of asbestos Every man ie stbat if I tBSe were hereditary his chiliren would be unusually ca I pabie f Ths maD who taclcies bis work M if it were a pleasure is soon bleiotakE his plesui4rwithout workiag V Thoaly lQ an whobattiothicg to regret lai the man who never lickil IQ accomplish sJe hing irerth while So fct jan la caught turning 4 4 Hr kteklk he is very apt to Complain shout yellow journal iaaSofoe jpepple work harder trv land an excuse Spy theirinati Wrong doings tb xk they w cfnld have to wor1 if tftejdi di right The Ctfin who keejjs IMS eyes gL tfci ground n ay n0c stum ljjr fcuHie mises flJ sy things worth stubbing liis toe forjt i A lotof m n wfco believe they are lP ngQ1widhaven because ineir wreeav religiousl are go ihg t j qsadly djcelived e day you ate forty oueSot lo order If you ppeaj a okItoropr children as yourf ther 4M to yiqn when he wnsorioprI f funnneri st S RlfclHd 1 fi WJ ouPostmaster at RiVerton Iip nealy lost his life I Mdrobbed of alf comfort according to his letter which agE For 20 years 1 had chronic Uv r complaint which led to Such severe case ofjaundfcef th t c en ray fipger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescri bed Electric Bitters which cured me and have kept me well for eleven years Sure cila for Biliousness Neuralgia Weaknes and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Badder derangements a wonderful Tonic AtC J Ray I dons Drngstore 50 cents I Odd Bits of Information Tlfere are i259 ruial libraries in North Carorfina t Th Transvaal l mineS yielded lnfOOb000 prth of gold in the vyeai1905 t 4i A writer in the Westminster Gazette recently prod ucedv the fv1 owing The footmRde the monosyllabic reply of sicken1 ing1 r The right tiandalthough more aenative to tpe touch than the lcftMs less sensHtfe than the litteip the l effJct of heat or cold f Chinafollpwrng Japans exam plsendiig large numbers of studft to Great Britain and th e continent of Europe They 5goto tIe chief industrial centers The Chiaese detectiveforce is I at secret body and the best organized in tne world Its mem ber keep an eye on every mar l w r woman and child and in addi I tion watchaoother Miss Belle ivJcTyreT of Chesterfield Va recently killed a large eagle winch had ben feast- Ing for some time on Iher chick en The eagle measured 5 feet 7 incher from wiog towing Japans mortuary list in the late war numbers 8073d made up of 47152 killed in action Hi 124 died from wdtonds and 21802 from sickness Tihe total included 213 officers 76O8 non comm ssioned officers and men iid 1357 noncombatants 4 WAITlORNUN r p- 1GOod OruSfcreaftv franMppetlle Any pbysicikn wilieU you uplessonelsrtaJlyi i btter to miss a meal than 6 eat without appetite 1But do not lake a tonic stim makeyouhungry DrugStoreway create an ppatite is to restore hloarreJiablsold with the best of satijaf action When Mioua is used the irritation aud inflfitasiatibn of the stomach coating will be soothed the gastric follicles will be streDgterjed so that they will pour outv the natural digestive fluids with regularity and the food you eat wiDba perfectly afjted without distress tt large box of Mipna tom ch tablets is sold for 50 cents by the Red Cross Drug toie audIt is so successful and relia ble in curing indigestion and other stomach troubles lwilhthe exception of cancer oftbe tm- ach that the Red Cross Drug- Store sells it under a guarantee that the money will ba ref ned unlessit does all that claimed forit Doesnt Care I would appreciate the kind ness the governor would extend should he pardon me of course but I cannot honestly say that I would care to avail myself ofitI I have no home and no money I cannOtNlive more than a few months and 1 would probablydie just as happy or live as long in a p nall iinstitution sI woud anywhere else said John Bro gatwho is under a charge of burglary at Kokomo Brogan was an agent for a Bi ble coiicern4but his health failed aud hd had to quit work He entered the home of Lee Kerlnf and took a small sum of monEY When arrested be made no attempt to deny his guilt but said he was forced to it by his actual needs He has consumption He is27 years old and has borne an excellent reputation until the present trouble He is willing to plead guilty to thp charge in order to procure a place in which to pass his last days without ezi ertion J t Gr wSronp Aam Norhlng will reliev indigestion that iis not a thorough digestant Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat atd allows the stomach to- restrecupcrategrow strqpg again fewdoses of Kodol after meals tfilll goon restore the btomach and digvSlive organs to a full perrrm adee af their functfbna naturally and bring health and strength Sold by O J Havdon r ici IIwii AOIE 7w J r y JoJ LL= INetwre Great IIvt1idoa On d bana Sbde Amazon far a4jy ta1 l WharDt Green Ah picked dose iltaAugustF101ftrallOd1sdayjI Aa aldo lie fAugust Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulant that has been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal condition and assistkig natures processes of digestion separation end ab sorptinCor building andJ itebuilding by preventing AW irregular or unnatural pelfeettinal indigestion cataijrhal affections causing appendicitis stoppage of the unhealthyfoodsBtipation and other o mplaints such at colic biliousness jaraidice etc i August Flower is natures intended reg lUator Two sizes ac 750 All drnggistn Neil s Long Fast Earsley Po are a negro who killed his fatherinJaw Thomas Mitchera in New AlbanyOct 7 1905 died in the county jail atI Jeffersonville to which ho vas transferred January 8 1906 the case haying been venued to Clark county- A weak ago Foure began to manifest signs of mental depres sion He refused to et and for five days fasted Monday he asked for something to eat and on account of his fast was given only milk and crackers the jail physician Dr Marshall Varble thinking he was not in condition to stand more substantial food He gained strength and was ap patently improving Late Tues day night he grew worse and DC O Graham in the absence of Dr Varble was cal d Everything possible was done ito save his life but he passed away duemainly itis thought to a nervous col lapse following the conyiction of William Tucker his cellmate who was sent to the Indiana Re forma tory to serve from two to fourteen years for sbootiu with intent to kill America Bashaw Immediately alter the conviction of Tucker Foure becamo de spondent Herald Champions The Ladies +The GrandJury of the Franklin Circuit Court in its report last week comes lo the support of the ladies who are addicted to shuffling the cards in the State capital Weare convinced that yourhonor was not only juttbut wise in that you charged us not to waste time in the investigation of progressive euchre as indulg ed in by som ladies We have discovered that gamblers and promoters and beneficiaries of gajmbling all desire that such m yfiangation be made and iindict purposeisused to embarrass and humiliate ladies who engage in such innp gent amusement then a senti mantis created among good peo pIe against the enforcement of the law against gaming and game bling pla es Officers of the I wand Grand Juries should not per rait themselves to be used for any such purpose Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction Gity KYJ the only company in tile State that makes any claim of pajing its losses in full Jyr i EEia tr a JF r A Shoft Time OnI- M Ei We have contracted for a limited number of m yearly subscriptions m I The American FarmerIw1 fBt1 Jiis AbsolutelyI Free Jwithieach4new subscription or each renewal to NEWSLEA DEFf for ne year We will also for I Ir I 4 t Two Dollars fBtQiiiOrdfrs in egfly to yourIIt t I 61 E L DAVISpN J rmPub NewsLeader Springfield Ky EePSB Bav I TORTuREDINI I MEXICAN JAIL Aaerlcai Bectrkiai la Solitary Ciifiiemeit Eleyei Years For OYerlMfliig a Wire HE ALMOST WENT CRAZY t KrQt HiEelf SaDe by Running Imaginary Trains Made of Cigarettes Across the Dirt Floor of His CellCould 1Only Crawl When Freed rIBroken in health John Humphries Is enjoying the comforts ofa clean cot lu Urn American hospital at El Paso Tex after eleven years of solitary couflue ment In a Mexican prison Humphries is a Texan by birth and tan electrician by trade He was In charge of the power house at Torreon Mexico and in order to load a battery the turned on a voltage of 0000into the oltage11toavrnltlng trial for a year he was seu teheed to eleven years In a solitary Kell TwIce In eleven years he left his cell rThese two occasions were during the i PLATEi THI3 GAME FOB HOC153 period wheel the Torreon state prison was being Ycsnoved from its old quar tees to HE iev Tverty0 mr years of age alert nnO keen uiindrd known as a first class lediiclnu whim be was guilty of tli erroc which co rt him the best years ol Ills Jifo HiitcVhrles oday Is broken and tottering a physical wreck am none too c1eacmentaly And yet belt only tblrtyflw years of age Po four yi arsof the eleven year of lay term 1 lay ou my back on tin tilrt floor of ny cell racked with suf fferlnjf from nn aggro ated complaint of thi kidney V says Humphries prayed for d ath and It would not come but after fwir years had passed the disease nppareutlj left me My health nevertheless was gone Alter the clot ties wjilch I wore whexr 1 eatered tin yrlsou were worn out was gJven uo others The rags of mv forme gurnjfints were the only cloth 53 I had Visitors sometimes came to see the lrison and they would drop a few peuaes through the hole In it y door and 1 would give them to the Mexican soldiers who guarded the prleou and they wOuld bring me to bacdo sad cig arette papers I was not allowed to epeak to any one and hrfn I tried to place my cause before those who came near me I was speed 31y silenced iHears Spaf ctled Banner At last the peel yeur wereond- ed and I was told i was to He mad tree wns provldeit with a pair of overalls and u jumper llarge euougL Icr a boy of lifteen I vrts thin und was able to et Into them Aided b5 twp Hexieaia crnoJdl from my cell weak and emtclated Musicians Tyert layng nea ihe door of the prison ns 1i went out tOl ether wltli several hUll lred Mexicans who were released tbf same day As I pnosed the baud the musician It straagely happened struck up the3tar Jipaugled Banner It was the happlesv moment of inv life I wonder 1 did not become hwnne The only ret son my mind wnJuot completely shytttsretl Is I believe be cause I deliberately set about keeping It as clear us iiosIble I had no books to read no earth with which to aiuuse myself but I had cigarettes and matches I arranged the cigarettes In rows and then pulled n match along them as though It wire u train back tug It from biH rolo another switchIng It forward here and over there and stopping n the uet of eaoli cigarette call lilt lamP of a station UirIt lifter some dtv i hnd knovH bsIkeisands Have Kidney Troible and Never Suspect it flow To find Out Fill a lK tllo or emotuon tflarfS with your water and let it stiiid twentyfour hours f I tuihcalthy con 1 iitioiuf itlickid f f ncvs if it stains Iyour linen it is I evidence of kidl ney trouble too fretjnent desirer lo PISS it ori niil in the lack is also convincing progf that the kidneys anti Jladderare out of order what To Do There is cfbinfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmer SwampRoot the great kidneyi remedyl fulfills every wish III curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to kohl water aiid scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up ninny times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing eases If you need a medicine you should have time best SoRl by druggists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all fSffl abontitbotlisentfrce by mail Address Dr Kilmer 8 Co Thug hamton NY When nomootfiwawpjioot writing mention this paper anti dont snake nay mistake but remember time name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address JJinghamton N Y n 5rtIIppuv lj amt lJ3 the bow When Humphries reached El Pnso lie staggered Into Ihp p lIe statjbn nnd fell fainting tcrjthp floor Then revivel lie begged fqFa glass of water and a place to spend the utght He was eared for and that night he slept under a blanket for the first time Ia eleven years The next mol dng ho was taken to the county hospital where he Is gradually regaining some pf his lost streirgih The state department at Washington nan been asked to look into Humphries cqP EARED CHftOIiEIr WITH HOT IRONS aiicago Tots Tell In PollCs Court of Almost Incredible Crfielty of Their Parents Almost incredible was the story of Inhumanity toward their chUdreaf jlfel tj Jnuobzek were arraigned ou a charge of assault The children Alary six years old and Annie four years old shrank in terror before their parents during the court proceedings For more thana halt hour Alary lold of the crueltIes to which she and her sister had been subjected She said that the mother had twisted broom handles In their hair until it was pulled out by the roots and that one day when she Alary lost 10 cenib her fu ther broke her arm by striking her with aelub- One day mamma skid tthat I bit my sisters Linger Mary sold and papa kicked me He lkicked me many timW and he also struck me with his fKlf Then he locked uie iind Annie in the coal bos in the back of the boseB made us stny there for two days tfflfi gave us places of bread to eat When Ire cried that we were hungry he toot a redhot pOker and burned our becks andjrms The girls showed their arms and backs whIch were found covered with blisters and deep sores Neighbors also were in court and told of the many cruelties which tho parents had practiced on their children One of the neighbors finally was un able to bear the shouts of the little girls any longer n informed the police The arrest of the parents fol lowed Justicp Mayor held the prisoners In 10000 ball each for the grand jury This Is the most horrible affair over known In Chicago he said to them You are both Inhuman monsters No punishment could be devised by map to fit the crimes you have coumnt ted iou Mrs Jnn ssel should it whipped until you drop I ctmot bpar to look upon those childrenf I boi c you will both be sent to prison forever s TOOKMUCILAGfe INSTEAD Op POISON Mistake of Would Be Suicide Effectually Seals His Jaws Until Forgiving Wife Pries Them Open After n wordy tiunrrel l with his wife Richard Jones fl funur atHoj Rut W Va concluded to end his lite and going Into a clipboard where some poi sou was kept fielzod n bottle and took a generous drill k ftIIe contents fore its consistency causedl him to his ryes and look et the bottle hII He saw the label und hurled the tie from him It was good old fa Loued guiii arable mucilage which fill11 liB TOOK A OCKBliOtm tHINK his utouth situ clutched Itt his throat mucilage clUng tuhis throat and iioarly utfocated him Mrs Jonys lwMId the commotion ami ran Into iooiu Jones tried to rate tier fill hit ton uein nt to tin root of his mouth amid cltmvetl ttort He shut his ttetli with a vlcioim smtrJc rind found lite Jaws stuck fast INl i rtmvulswl withJones ws nearly laugh ter When she couM control herself site wuiit about to uiiHtlci i her hunimnd Jones anjrer Hianxfil to prut Undo its Ills wire worked over him SIte poicu ed up his Jaws and got his tongne un lImbered so that lie could utter a souls what tlcVytlmuk SirupifniJ Vlvcn ami Children The nljiacd fact thMt two nnhi tattled wives was lirojiglit to light In Paua by the ariwt of JJ il Mosby for Infidelity tn Jfflrcli 21 It Is mid Mo ly traixl itis wlf nsrd twoittl t one yoars nltlt on child to Kretl iHckman of st Louis for JaeUraans wire nml live children nnd since that tlme they Imvobpcn living together oininoi law hushiuida sad cnnnnoti law wives Hoth women nssdmitod to tilt chante ItJs asserted andf lon traetR for separation niiil common law mnrrlagcH were ira wnup find filgupil y tlietcbntractin partle Horac Klcctroontifi tllmxplf An Alton III horse cnnimitlod sui ride in his stable by chewing up an In Cindcscent light Iml The shook nnd hums front the coil of KOWHK live wire UK swallowlns ot broken glncs anclThc tall to the stable fioorwchr followed the shoik Injured time IlJlhnf fatally and It lId n few minutrx art Ie or the owjicr Clinrles Lnffc found It VIntlgnlls oil lInrzcNll Wlndgqlla are enusdil by traltiscand tltej can In removed by Muring timea following Mix two dennis biijlodhle ofp mercury with three canoes lard Uu on n little once a week mid continuo It for several weaks D Mclntosh V t p In American t gllcultllristi VcKotnlilc Cutter j A piece of Old handsaw riveted to n shovel hnnille with braea muako4anB excellent tool for rapt cuttlni forrnt tie Jlp Plot of saw Is of coiu e rround to nu cJjo TUJ cost Is only a few ceste J r r DayIc 1 ium I Seven Million bozes sold in past 12 mofls TWt sgnMure1 i Trees Plaftts Vines For the spring of boo the Blue Grass Nurseries at LeXingv ton Ky offer u llstock oft OlnnmentalltreestEyergreen beries Grape Vhies Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus t etc We employ no Agents Strawberry and General Cata pogu s Oft npplictionto ti II tIiLLENMEYER SONS = r FOLLOW THE FLAG Cheap Colonists Rates to Oregon Washington Montana British Columbia Nevada Ulah Wyoming New Mexico Arizona Colorado and California Points 7ROUND LRi Horns Seekers ursJo tomanypo ne West Drop postal card for particulars F w GREENE D PA Wasbash R R Louisville Ky V a I fr- rcUxs iI RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SOUTIU NEURAL nd 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i f CHESTNUT DARE One that is not Untried but a great and unifem feeder Cheitnut Dare will make the present season tJi1rtab hear3prin field at tII r20l TQ Insure a lWiri Colt J 4Ohtstn ts Tei iands b 1argetsuchthatproduce highest tyfeJwpfch the market demands Judges of Horseflesh have fiatteredtthim by saying he is thebest son of his famous sire His produceof two seasons have secured their share of first money in closelycontested Chester rings having met and defeated the progeny of such sites 0Jj andothers ii rmg Easonbetter 1than those given the randHlghlandDChestnut Dare Was sired by the great Chester Dare 1st dam J by cRedo Chief he by Clark Chief he Dr Mambriho Chief U 2d dam tT y Black Hawk Chief 3d dam by Brinkers Drennon I Considering his breeding size style general conformation and his unfoIIl show of colts I ask the patronage of this and adjoin ling counties a I i I LEXINGTON PRINCE j Lexington Prince is 15J hands high sorrel With fine mane taijj a heavy and compact horse He is not only fanqy saddle andffbut Isalso an extra saddle horse with grcat action arid Lexington J t Lexington Prince is by Red Prili esire of the champion saddle fnorse Thornton Star he by Second Sewel by Washington D mark HiS first dam by Von MoltKe by Cabells Lexington was nJlarge bay handsome show mare under the saddle 2d dam by fi1breederSToInsure a Living Colt My old well known mule Jack which has proven himself to be one of the best lathe county for high priced mules will stand atJ10 to Insure a Living Colt f j 1Jengthi ffbettff PVING COL1j tI I Pt A corcj fjrrii ion is given td all to call and see this stock jSeason mono fs S t4ely due when mares are traded off parted with or bred t ottref k B LEACHMAN lRr D No3 SPRINGFIELD KY i i Clnbbing List for 1906- i We offer below an attractive clubbing list which jncndesi lnearly all the city papers and leading magazines AllI new cash rsubscribers and all who pay up and renew will be given the NEWS lIEWVDER and any of the papers blow for 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