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ESABLISIYED- L I IN 1883 i 4 ic l XIII NO 38 e SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 20 1906 tOO PER YEAR Jl I r 4 i iIR 1Ff TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTIST t Office over Havdon Barber Ppntal work atreasonable prices U work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD countyseat of WasHington County 52 miles sout- h3teut of juexinpton 59 miles from re Louisville oa Bardstowc branch of Louisville and Nashville railroad in farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone tines Express office flourmi11s lumber yanls Popuation 1100 population of LL8S iV county 15000 Representative in Congress BonD I H Smith Hodgenville Ky t Representative in Keutucky Legis Jt ature Hon W D Claybrooke ft t Representative in State Senate lion Harry Lancaster Lebanon Kr County Directory 3 CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth 1Monday in February May and Oct btr IH ThurmanrJudge Durham Commonwealth At fk It oney Robt A Noe Clerk fL G Leachmati Master Commiss liner l QUART11thYCqURT Quarterly Court is held on tie third Monday in each month B it Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT meets on the fourthCtAirtrCounty Monday in each mouth r BLIitsey Judge WF Booker County Clerk rS Mayes County Attorney George CatlettJailerJ t Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Sam MdersOnrHESPowell HerbertEddlenian Deputie i Ed Masters Barnes F Moore County Surveyor Assessorf f T POBryan y WT llitchelI Deputy I aRobert Noe J M Montgomery Coroner Ji W Bush Supt of Common t J Schools P 0 Springfield CITY COURT James RNoe Police Judge John Grace Marshal j l W F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COuRTI Jnotice Courts are held in January April July and October Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser vices on the First and Third Sundays Seach month at 11 a m and73O p iSundaySchool every Sunday atlO am Prayer mteing every Wednesday I aJght CA XJIOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessar Pastor Serf lIces every Sunday at8 and 10 oclock am Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev W T Waldcn Pastor Scivi evey Sunday PRESBYTERIA CHURCH RevT D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am j and at 7 pm Sunday school every nnday at 10 am Prayer mee tIn every Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Win Harrison TVilliansrat Preaching every Sunday at 1J am and7H5 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting evrv Tuesday evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No 50 meets Brst and third Mouday elf ach month Washington R A Chapter No 57 t meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets on very lourthiMpnday KNIGHTS of THE MACASEHS Meet 1 L r CEtbroo FOLEYS + KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not9 beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights DisI cafe or Diabetes t There iis nothing gained by delay endf100 Bottles i IUFV SC fUM T1TUTCS 1lb j RedCUvs Dr i Store l I w r IT 7 E NEWS LEADEk NEW rw j ilW Wi Aj ROUND Of TALK MM i 19 The Path to the Pasture TIe narrow path thatwe used to tread Led straight away from the farm yard gate J Anddownthe lane to ihe pasturelot Where for our cotoing the would wait Between its borders of grass andI weeds Itbore the prints pfour restless fee That stepped so 1ith through the early dews Or lagged along in the pulsing heat Above our heads curved a roof of blue Where oft we saw the ghost of the moon Go drifting by with the suntipped clouds That sailed away to the port of noon From nodding thistle and mullein stalk b The meadow larks through the summer sang And from the stubble qf harvest fields The bob whites qajl through the stillness rang O little path of the long1 a o Ive wandered far from your beaten dust And stumbled oft in my journeys wide And lIdst the key to my childishtrust But now and theh in my waking J dreams i stand qncie moro by thC pasture wall Ad hea again frqm the harvests fields The Cheerful bund of rthe bob whites calL- inome and Farm TOP TOBAdCOUSINGAt a meeting ot the Kentucky Methodist Conference at Win chester last week a report of the AntiSaloon League ws read and endorsed Among other things besides tihe saloons which were denounced by the- eport the use of tpbacco tomes in fora scoring The preachers are especially asked to refrain from its use This llooks to us like the proper thing to do The preachers should by all weans be forbidden toindulge in the injurious and useless habit of tobacco and iftbey dp not obey the orders of their church weare in in favor of the Legislature taking the matter and legislating the preachers out of their tobacco The tobacco habit is bad in its effects on any body and old tobacco users will tell you thatonce the habit of chewing or smoking gets a good hold on one it is as hard to shake off as the whiskey drinking habit VVe have known of men and ministers as well we are sorry to say who have gone out in a temerapnce campaign and have denounced the whiskey drinking evil which is all very well but at the same tme these orators taany of them were in the clutches of the demon the to bacco habit which they were as hepless to shake off as the drunkard JS to rid himself ofr the whiskey thirst By ajll means Jej U3 lave reform in these useless and ibjurous jn dulgencies and of all classes ofI r men who should set the example awell as to give advice too their fellow siriners the preacher stands at the head The rMetho dist Conference should be com mended forj its stand against the whisKey tobaccp and othjer kin dred evils 1 1m YPHpiD The extent of the typhoid feyer epidemic in some cpjiniies in qentral Ken tucky is causing grave alarm In our neighboring county of Mercer there ttre said to be over 200 cases of typhoid and in some other counties tho disease is al most as prevalent There are many cases in our own county considerably more than usual at this time 0f the year It seems to us thatj science and the medi cal profession Would do well to devote more attention to an effort to discover a real preventative II of this terrible disease We occasionally hearqr read some fine spun theories concerning the origin and the spreading of the typhoid germ but the remedies offered are never of any practi cal benefit In fact we doubti exceedingly if the doctors reilly know the source of typhoid fever It breaks out at all sea sons ncat the most unexpectedI points ilt attacks ooth young- and oldalike ani is found as often in the household of the welltodo WhO use every prc caution nstQ cleanliness andI sanitation as it is in abode off squalor typhoid fever has come to be a disease more dread ed than smallpox It is moreS fatal and nearly as contagious or infectious as smallpox besides science has discovered an effect tive preventative against the latter disease while there has been found no way to make one immune against typhoid The latest theory is that the common little house fly is responsible for thespread of the typhoid germs but that rather complicates matters for the problem of managing the fly is one which has baffled housekeepers for generations past and is one which will probabjy qohlinue tobe a puzzle alIIpartscome rep rts of big crops and prosperity to the farmers Kansas is credited with the biggest wheat crop ever grown by any state iin the union and the farmers are said to have so much money that they are worried about what to do with it The banks are overflowing with de posits from the proceeds of the big crops arid we read of ah ac countof one farmer becoming so enthusiastic over his good fortune that he invested 3000 in an automobile and is about toj scare allot the horses off of his tarm with the machine Herev in Kentucky the farmer has every reason to feel jubilant The corn and tobacco crops which are the main money pro l ducing crops are jboth immense this season If prices are kept up the farmer will certainly be in a happy position We believe that things are working around about right for the farmer in that respect too Farmers clubs and kindred organizations toI boost prices are being organized with more or less success allover the country Among hesej the one which promises to bftof more benefit s the American Society of Equity wbich is aI facfor in controlling prices ofI farm products in other states The society has branches or unions in this county and the membership is increasing The Idea of the organization is to obtain an equitable price for all products and the members will organize and hold out for that object v v StarviDir lo Death Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could eat Mrs Mary IL Walters of St Clair St CJJolum bus Owas literally starving to death She writes My stom uselessLdrugs that I could not eat and my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep and not before I was given to die was I induced to try Electric Bitters with the wonderful result that improve ment began at one anti a com plete cure followed Best health Tonic 011earth 50c Guaranteed by C J Haydon druggist Lebanon Locals From the Falcon Mr A H McChbrd has corn menced tearing town the old front to his business house occu pied by himself and partner Mr Charles McChord with shoes and gents furnishings and will erect a handsome new modern frent that will be keep ing with the present excellent interiorThere are quite a number of typhoid fever cases in the coun ty and there have been several deaths Clenliness is said to be the surest agency to ward off this deadly disease and it behooves everybody to keep their premises in a gocd sanitary condition Do not wait until the malady reaches the community before you begin to clean up Rural mil route No 5 has at last been allowed by the Depart ment at Washington and will be put in operation Nov 16 This Iiiis the new route going out the St Rose pike from Lebanon for which the people in that sec tion have been working for many months past The carrier has notyet been appointed Mrs Joe C Phillips was calledI to Louisville Monday on account fof the crif cat illhess of her father Hon Boyd Winchester Sunday night it was thought he was dying Restoratives were used and he was revived and he has slighty improved For tlc past eighteen months he has been suffering from general nervous and physical breakdown Harry Cooper an opimist who is touring tho country on a bicycle called at the Falcon office Tuesday morning He calls himself Raihoad Jack and makes his expenses by speaking on the streets of the towns throughwhich he passes He announces that he will give a prize to any person in the aji dience who can name a public man hi Ute United States with whose history he is not familiar and another prize Jo the one who can detect an errorin his language He lectures on the lives of the men named by the audience He began a tour from Portland Me to Portland Oregon June 9 last and has traveled 1G50 miles on his wheel He says the way he keeps posted is by reading newspapers about four hours a day under the stiade of the old appl tree or some other tree and the only sad experience iih his life was his efforts to collect subscriptions for a newspaper he edited r in Chicago to Breath of Hie SIts a significant fact that the stroneest animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures How to keep the breathing orgbins right organs right should be mans chiefest study Like thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port Williams O has learned how to do this She writes Three bottles of Dr Kings New piscoery stopped ray cough of two years and cured me of what mv friends thought consumption 0 its grand for throat andjung troubles Guaranteed by C J fiaydon druggist Price 50c and 1 Trialbottle free Policeman Charged with Sell ing Liquor A Frankfort Ky special says the grand jury today returned sixtytwo indictments mostly for violation of the liquor laws includiug some violation of the Sunday llaws Among the indictments was one against the Cap tol Square Policeman Wingate Thompson for selling liquor licenseOther indictments were against former Magistrate G e orge Thompsoq for violation of the liquor Jaws The indictments were not made public in order that officers could serve warrants on the parties indicted WANTEDSchool having mo- wattraqtive proposition wishes energetic man or woman to visit towns ini Kentucky Goo 1 sa ary and expenses paul weekly Some knowledge of music pre ferred but not essential JH Moore Plymouth Plajce Ohicago Ill Prohibition Wins in Hardin County An Elizabeth town special rays In the local option election today Hardin county went dry by a majority of 551 votes Consider ble interest hud been shown in the election since the call was issued and for several days both sides had claimed the victory The local option forces waged a thorough speaking campaign ever the county while the liquor people while less quiet were no less active handbillmg ihe County circulating literature and waging strong opposition The election applies only to Elizabethtown and Archers pre cinct these being the only wet pIsces in the county Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Ky the only company in the State that makes any claim paving itsl osses in full 13 r 1 IOWA FARMING A IInteresting Letter proml a Former Washington County Man in Iowa Readiyn IoWa Dear Editor Thinking perhaps some one would like to hear from the far west I will write a few lines to your valuable NewsLeader oujr homepaper for we all con sider it a welcome visitor At present we are all well and en joying good health 1 believe thisis a healthy country you hardly ever hear of any one being sick We have pleasant weather and gocd crops our cornwill make GO bushels per acre We abo have a fine hay crop I think we have put up 100 tons of hay Oar oats were fairly good about 40 bushels to the acre I hear of some oafs making 00 and 70 bushels to the per acre and some corn 90 bush els peracre Every thing see us to be prosperous aDd moving right along the faamers are nearly through spreading mari ureand fall plowing They do their plowing for corn in the summer arid fall for the next years crop The people in this county Breamer are nearly all German but I want to tell you they areI all good farmers They stack all their grain and hay in and around the barn and feed it outI there to stock in the barnyard consequently it accumulates a vast amount of manure in the course of SiX months which they take back and scatter over their farms with spreaders Some Ir ve ic and tOO loads to spread i rather think ih voulu be well for some of Our Kentucky breih ernto adopt that ulan I tellI them if the peope in Kentucky wele to adept that plan they would have as good if not better crops than they do here in Iowa The creamery business is followed by all thefarmeis without a single exception although hogs and cattle are handled very exI Len ively They milk from ten to forty cows and they get their cheeks every month ratjging from 30 to 150 per month ac corning to the number of cows After the milk iarun through the se1eraer they take theI scim milk and butter milk b3ckI home and feed it to the hogs anu young calves The cream cries here in this countrjtre owned and run exclusively by the farmers therefore thly get all there is in it1 Hivethe sec retary and hire a man to runflit Our dreamery makes from 800 to 10CO Ibs of butter every day and get oa anraverigeof 26 to 27 ct3 per pound It takes me about two hours night and morn- ingi to get up 9 cbws and milk them making four hours a day My checks are between 80 and 40 per month besides itis a graat saving in the home especi ally On the women folks in tak- Ingcaroofthe milk and churning The Carman are a pecular people they are a jolly set of fellows they will go to church on sunday morning Lulhbrn church and go bock home and cut hay are doanv other farm work and the youngsters will have a dance that night They have from two to three dances somewhere every Sunday night I want to tell you people in Ken tucky how these dutch celd The Song ofthiHair There are four verses Verse Ayers Hair Vigor stops fallingI hair Verse 2 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow Verse 3 Ayers Hair Vigor cures dandruff Verse 4 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the scalp healthy arid keeps it so It isa regular hairfood this is the real secret of its won derful success Tho boat kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yoarIIIA1tade byJ Co Lowell MuLlAlo mnqcturorOC 11t1lers rff PILLS Lr- brate in their little town Read lyn The town i ijcst three years old This was their third annual celebration or picnic they had large bills struck and posted at various places also had programs for every body the first on the program was a treet parade by business men of the town and a brass band next on the program was a foOtSt i lenItlinkinthat 2 for best runner and Si for next best The next rack was for boys 15 years apd under next 12 years and under next 7 years and under Next was the young ladfes race ont down lIB sameasthe boys The fastest runner got a check for his money as soon as the race was run Next on the program was married ladies race about 12 in that race You aught to htve seen those old sister pulling for that two dollars Next was old mans race 60 years and over there were some in that race over 70 years old next on pro gram was fat mans race which was the best race run Next was hih jumping then board jumping bicycle race and4 ball game They had two large patforms erected covered wnh canvas and two string bands for those who wanted to d ncE and they seemed to enjoy the occis ion fur the whole cjuntry was there six OF eight hundred While this seems to be out of date yet it was a peaceable crowd np trouble of any kind These people are all in good circumstance and have plenty of this worlds goods fine farms well improved and plenty of stock I guess it would seem a little strange toa Kentucky young lady to see a girl hauling milk to the creamery and her father worth a bundred thousand dol lars yet you will see that here in Iowa Tnese people do their own work Hands are scarce good farm hands get from 25 to 35 per month We attended the state fair which was held a t Oesmoines Iowa which is 120 mies south of Breamer county where we now live Ii We took the train at Watterlow and went a south western direction through as fine a scope oi country as you would wish to see The fair was grand tine display of stock of all kinds the fattest cattle I ever saw Think of a four months old calf weighing 800 pounds ctiws 1700 bulls 2600 there was 3200 head of hogs on exhibition and every thing else in prop jrtion I could not telUpf the many fine displays 1saparticularlypoul try art machinery and op down to the flying shipand fire wt ris at night the vast throng of peo pie 60000 on Tuesday lG5OCp on Wednesday No trb bcfa- ny kind the fruits of prohibit ion luwa is a dry state wantto congratulate you peopre Washington Bounty for your decision on the whiskey question We also visited the state capital which was a fine building cost four million doll irs With best wishes to all inquiring friends will clpse zp Leach man Keadlynj la Notice to Farmers Nw is the time to begin tc uSe Bourboti Hog Cholera Remedy ifL you want to keep your hogS free from disease We will sell you a gallon of this remedy you can use itfor thirt days and if it does not keep your hogs in perfect health during this time youneed not pay for tile medicine Isnt this jthe fairest proposition you ever heard of Costs only 5 cts per month for each hog and the extra gain in flesh caused from its use more than pays for the cost of the remedy C JjHaydon Springfield Ivy Taxpayers Notice v Your taxes f6r 1906 are now due andv the penalty will gb on Nov 1 Under the new law which recently went into effect after november 1st your taxes can not be paid to me and a ttux warrant wiU be issued against you by toe county clerk anti ex ecuJed withm ten days thereaff r- makinn additional cost to yoi of 18 per cent Come before Nov lj and save cost of execution and sale J S Osoburne Sheriff of W IfOIID I1E1DTAR j 111 s d Prsvts Pnuarl I i A I SlSCRI1 OjI li lf A YEAR 4t f f SERIESVOL Treasurerr f PUBLIC SALE T1 f Of Blue Grass Land Stock Crop and farming Implenieniy VToup on 1 1 Wednesday October IOl9Mi t On the premises sell to the highest bidder bur hure farrn stock feedand rmingimplementsa I l FARM a i 1f Our farm contains 548 12 aCres and is known as the Glen leSt ck Farmer Sharp place and is located ofrthe Valley Hill and Cartwrijrht Creek Turnpike road about 7 miles from Springfield Ky2 miles from Valley Hillj and V4 mll from Booker both railroad stations The farm will be subdi j thehighestTract No 1 Y j Contains 13085 acres has 25acres of cleared ncwkground and about 20 acres of tine timber balance in culti vation This tract fronts on the Doe Run public road adsas good and fertile piece of land as can well be foum ia tire county in the same number of acres It has on it a god new house small stock barn and new tobacco barn 96x41 feet 20 feet to eve and a good one Tract No 2 Contains 99acres and JFrdnts on the Booker turnpike It iawellwatered and well timbered and is fresh rich JUdF and has good house and small stock barn Will make aC desirable home IfTi iv j ilLiil story brick residence one good tenant house two focd stock barns two extra good tobacco barns all othnc VJ4 cessary outbuildings It has about 100 acres of bottom i land fronts on fine pike and is about as desirable a place as tcan be found anywhere 4tt Tract No4 L r Lies above the railroad contains 137 65 acM frWIi Ji t7 rich landandhassome timber For this tract thw1Ib frlreserved right of way to Valley Hill pike and it will inalcefe J t a very desirable place Practically every acre of this land whether asa whole t or in tracts is first class tobacco land Terms of Land Sale j The sale of land will begin at 9 am 6h the following terms viz One ihird cash balance in 2 and 3 years interest payable annually with lien7 and precipitating clauses Anyone from a ditance desiring to bid oa land please note the the time of sale towit 9 tm I Personal Property f 111- Our I personal property consisting in part of the following rwinkSild immediately following th land on the following terms iowiti15 and umkrl cash over sis six months time notes negotiable and payable in bank 6 pcr ii cent interest and approved security ip HORSES ii 1isplendId1i dayof sale V fOne 3yearold brown mare out of the Jim Cpchran black mare and sired by Mambrino Boy A fine mare well broken Onevery fine 2year old mare sired by Waco Dare 1st dam fine bred mare This animal is a beauty One yearling gelding by Hay view 1st dam Lady flare f One yearling gelding by Chestnut Dare and out of fine saddle mare One yearling gelding by Ben Patch and out of fine Don mare One weanling colt by Chestnut Dare These are all fine colts and surely very Desirable property 10 head of saddle buggy and brood mares of different ages all Ibredl to Jack and containing some extra good ones r j WnJLBs j One pair lagcworknUls 4years old One 2 tr Jabroce rmuleV Two weanling mare mule colts tI One Jenndtt and Jack Colt Jennett siredby Leo fi e Jack of Stipes i Dawson Chaplin Ey 1st dam Jin byGiantjK Jack colt tstred by Powell who was bred by J W Powell Houst nvilieV Ky C7TTL One registered Short HoimABull Fancy Boy 243177 calved t v July 13 1904A siredby Wimples xHerd 202023 1st dam Wilsgrn f J Red Rosemary c 10 head high grade 2year old steers SHqrt J Horn and Polled Angifs 4 head yearling steers same ftiide above 8 head Aberdeen Angus cows and calves J5 hMd A MUU different ages 1 Jersey cow frhad ikngushCif r U SHEEP 50 head extrabreeding ewejandj2 good buCks I HOGS 15 head of stock hogs V P i ltI i I IMPLEMENTS L Onb 2horse power Fairbanks GasolinSe Erigiiie and oBe fl i J- Dirfeed cutter practically new and inVfiflej conditii 0e Me1 f Connick binder One McCormick mower 4Qne Tbomtjliy IUM Two good farm wagons One Ky Disc grain drill One Die H4r row Two cultivatois and many Other farm t6olsl hsrns gesr etc t CROPS 2000 to 2500 bushels corn 2000 bjmlkS ts250 bUshC1- Iwheat 0 acres sorghum etc 1I IParties desiring further iitfotmationor w Wkt- he f f 1 property may apply t the farm or to G L Nikif i t Y Springfield Kj t t t t LCLARKSON J tQ irGAPT Tq EGLISHAtia 4 rlr- i d THEf NEWSLEADERfUB- tlSHED ttI BVERY THURSDAY f A YCAFMN ADVANCES l r 5P1NCFIELDb KY a I IIt L DLVISON1Jr Local or btInes notices 10 gents pe c k subsequent Insertion Culls on candidates auJ political matte Job work Is done at low rates but ClS t b piitci tdhc fC f AflTwtlfllnff contracts made on liberal raiL te 3bItuarIesnd Tfsplutlons of rtisyect sts per line v IDOUNrZKZNrP c atj aKJtratesf 250 OttriatOfflces n 11JO iV j TillRfiDAY SEPT 13 1906 = i For Congress Sire authorized to announce M L HEAVRIN v of Ohio cotraty a a candidate for Congress from the Fourth C j i jilonal district on the Republican ticket Election November 190G = We are authorized to announce Robert Noe I das a candidate for the ofllce of Glcrk of the Washington Circuit Court Sibject to the action of the Demf Jade p 1It Zion Echoes The infant child of Mr Pres bn Moore died anu was Buried 4in the Mt Zion cemetery last Wednesday j Mr Mitchell of Clnplin wap here last week receiving stock whicfe he had bought in thi community MrRod Neae and wife ol Springfield spent Thursday nght at the home of Mrs Emma Neale x Mrs H B Bt nta has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville MrS A Bayne and son t John spent last Thursdayl wit family of Frjinic Neale of Chap lin Fork Several from here are attending State Fair in Louisville Among thenumber aieMisef Ljdia Williams and Oia Pink ston Mr J B Hays ard daugh ter Miss Grant and Messr Gto Bodine and fi B Bonta We are g1a1 to see Frizzle Heids letters even if thpy are rjire Come home often Frizzl Head M ses Nora Blanche am Margiei Bonta spent Saturdayt pwith their sister Mrs S B Bishop in Springfield Mrs Ella Taylor av dinner last Friday tIle follow 4ing Mrriand Mrs Rod Neal oft pring6eIdvMr MUtri N alp and wife of Chaplin Mr J Bj tins and daugnerAl ss Giant and Mr Emma Neae and daughter Miss Clauda Mr Herbert Grumes spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs John Jeffries in An derson SCant some of our correspon tdentsnnd readers kindly prc scribe a remedy fr Uaos worms It seems that he is much troubV d 1hbecause of them that is in ib c tobacco patch We wish w et tcoilddo something for you Uno TilE TATTLERS P No one would buy a sailboat sails that cond not Le reefed Ther is always that possibility of too mucfi wind that makes a cuttious man afroid to go unprovided The think lug man whose stomacj sometimes goes back on him provides for bis stomach by keeping a bottle of Kodoi for dyspepsia Within reach Kodbl ojfjesta wbaii you eat gnd restores the stomach to the condition to propcrlv perform Its functions Sold by the Red Cross Drug store I ForestVicw A tiur Carrico wife and little son of near Shelbyville are up to spend a few days athis par entFfMr Jo i Carrico BineyWneatler mother Mrs Pius Nallr visited Mrs Nanvs brother Mr Boon at Valley Hill last Sundajy Roy Smith and Mis AlicF Banford Willie Vize and Miss Alma Orkpase Charles McClain ad Mss Nora Smith and others we old nor If am composeda party of young people ttiat vsi ttd Tathan Springs last Satur day t We visited Valley Bill last Sunday aid were delighted to eethe now impr vements ince f our last visit down there Mr resIdenceJd1 uponfromCharlie Lee Grundys new hoitu surelyissnggest that he should call it either Oak Dale or OikJnnd X Other improvements in the wayI of tobacco barns and the work pfng of the roads ire a credit to v1fcLat community j 4rrHarniltonrather of eat Himilfpn of this place di j hisvrfetfmq in Marion datIethe n Oe 092 on last mprjBing and was buried in heIfamily lot afcSt Charles tile fot1lb lowing day Iq1 Ben Waters whose saw milll I tFJI CENTS t i 11N some conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a Ififtycent size which is Irenough for arr ordinary tough or cold 6r useful bas a trial for babies and children In other conditions the gain is slower health cannot be built up in a iay In suchctscs Scotts Emulsion must be taken as nourishment a food rather than medicine Its a ffood for tjred and weak digestion I r Send for fmpTe IIStoltChemists Bowne F soc IOO 409415 Pcan St New York MI rul1lsts II iis now near MrJ E SmithviHI soonget hougb there and will move to the farm of Jeff ODaciyl Joseph Rinoy who bas beep sickwith fever is improving tSctonl opened last MonJay in the large brick building at S Rose Cer ainly t113 will give the boys of thii community a chaifce1 to attend a good school tbecoming winter An old colored sister Oar lline savs Dab Acme Poultry 1Fod dtlt I bought nt Mocks down yander JPSS made my tier lay and lay until I fcughtd would lay down and die but dey 2it fa tPr and fatter aII1 de time 1 Clear Coinilffloiinand Brtztt Bs I lUCiost cases a pallovv blotched coirjjlexiou and dull heavy eves ni due to poor digestion and an if active Hycr Orino Laxatjve Fruit Syr aids digestion and stimulates the liver und bowels andmaxes the com plevion smooth f rid clear Urino LaxatlV Fruit Syrup dosnot nanpe ate or jrripe and is niild and pleasant Itotnkc Refuse substitutes Said by the Red Cros Dirup Store liHIsboro i D Sutherland and wife spent Saturday a pd Sunday withI the llatters paVents Hon W C Gam mack at Wa sville and also attended the Omsiead meeting which is in pcogres at that place Ijpcnrast Sunday with relative at- Uprnishville dOur peop1aliavo ben attend ng the 5pi meeting at Willr burg conducted by Revs Young and Pety Eeryone is com pim n ins Rev Pittssei N lions which are clear logicall and WitH ing and bled ful of Gospel tiuth T eYe is talk of getting him to h Id a series ol meetings at this place in the near future i We hop they w 11 3e able to secure his services Mr Grigby and family ofr Sptncer c iuhty visiied the fj fiily of Cbr ner Montgomery Saturday aid Sunday eMrs J S Iiiman and two Jaughter Misses Mud and Eva of Sljidy Grove sper Sunday with Tho gJSutherland and wife at VVafuurHill willftbe held at pur free for ai church Thursday nigh Jim Settles wUl Had the sprvico Everybody js invited to attend Albert Hines and family M Valley Hill were in our raids the tit of tie week visiting relatives l Tatham Litsey lave bough H carrload bf fat cattle in and around thi4 communty during the past wedk at 2f to 3c ttliey are now matting uptJ carload of hogs Bot4 are hust1in traders Und one tHjng sure Wiey art eoing to gjats their part of the stock that iis for sate organJzing a Union Sunday School a t this place but frome are Oppose to the mca if union and p efer a denominational school and those lheiraIJof r way There are goo people in aU churches and ifr we cant work in union here what are we g inglo do when we cross ov the river of Death if we are so fortunate as to get into heaven for there is going to be a union of Gods people over there charmlugmeetiilgINelscu county lat aturday They report a fine meeting m progress prospectsofbuilding f The fanners wilt wind up cutj ling tobacco this week The damagedby andhandsto properly work the crop sonic t hvep id 8 per day for Wethink rtol Ecandepending oa hiring IJCurmgl The this alargef tutway ofv l0nol q Ik r farmers in last Weeks News Leader in regard to paris green lag the sucker crop so as to kill- the worms and in this fay would releive the grower of much work as it would destroy the fly but it is likely that few will heed his timely warning as they are s over rejoiced when the crop is in the tlouse that they never think of the growing sucker crop and in fact manyareaying they are goicg to quit raising it and devoe their time to something lonluntilin some mysterious way their mind mikes a sudcten change There is one thing the farmer can do raise a big turkey crop and art r he cuts hs tobacco Ie6j them p Si through the crop of euckers once or twice a week and there is ra chance f r any mafurityIway you can destroy all the worms and when selling time comes the turkeys will bring you almost as much money as your tobacco crop that will not cost yen jb mucl sweat and hard work and while the turkeys practically ccst you nothIng to raise Ibem ES they pick up their Irving Try it and see if I aint right Polrics is very quie ain ng our good people and we hope it will so continue The Bryu boom for the Preside ncy SIfl he announced his position on the railroad question has begun tlwane and it now looks like Gov Four might be in a good way 1 the place Of course our Goose Creek politicians will have very little to sav in who shall be the nominee for president The Republicans say Judge Taft will be their man The coming pii mary to nominate State officers is being little talked of among our Democrats There is one thing we cent understand about and that is all lie Republicans Sand their leading State piper are fighting Backhani and ag YOlreof Hays tn4iiv Jim Did the lientpgone and called the Administration fo Its at Frankfort a gang of theives and robbers but ltillhe says ft jou conainate ih m I will vote for them instead of a good clean Republican the men calls robbers are better than the YSuchrei cause hisdefe t There are son bad men in both parties ar d lots of good ones and there is very lit le use for one party abusig the other because there are some rascals among them f snra Cure aFilen5 sayH Sam Kendall of Phillips burg KanUjust o erJt over witb Bucklens Arnica Salve and tle Sahe will do the rest Quickest cure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore EyE Only 25c at Q J Haydons drugstore Guaranteed a r Valley HiU Bfyans bOOl 1will be like Russian bomb erel the ore election day blowcd up Prodic ions has it tjiat wti to have ft Republican Coven tr ictOlvdlocal option wash e A press correspondent has more h ml jolts than lilY otherv indiu dual of the county A fallow asks what your p lifeicsy Well in replvIwi1Ii frankly say I am a Democrat but riot a lfanatic in Democracy Mrs Richard Boblitt and daughter Mrs L C Brown of Springfield were in our midst VVjednesdav Rev lyon visited several of his inembars m this section last wed Mrs S G Roddicks visited relatives n ea r MooresvPle Thursday Mrs Palmer Goatley spent Thursday night with Miss imo gene Goailey who is quie ill of 11rrJiIwere in our midst Thursday The photograph recently made of the store house of this pluce the vtyirgood We havedt any apolpg ieS for the many facEsrj Mrs John Virgin of Maid spent last week with her daugh ter Mrs Thos Reel of thiI thIIMr and Mrs John Kays orJ Polin visited relatives at lhisll plase Sunday Edd Pitkston dhomefriends at Polin MfsMattie Clarksori ofScisore Hajj is spending the week with Mvs Maggie GoatleywMisses Tavie Goatfey Bessie Drury and visi ors ed Lhroughroute fGibertto opringSeld lace accompanied by Mis Sue- BifFei Lon of HillsbQro attendedh mjeeting at WilUsburg Sunday iiigKtMr Montgomery Reed ando grand daughter little Miss Fos er of Louisville who has been in this section for sev ral w3elcQ are attending the Kentucky State Fair this week J t rriI You Want I CI iO C T CAnything in d b E Real Estate J H d or ySi i Insurance iC c C Call on e1 BiDiLAKE A f rLrLCCLL rr2 everymfarmer in this section Labc eera cannot i5 had at rfhy price Neither love nor mondy is an inducement rMr J H McClure has pur chesed several hundred feet of fine Walnut timber in this sec ttonv which he haufed away last week Tlie lalest crop report is that tobacco is rotting corn is ripening and frost is coming Many hi this spction are mak ing ready to attend the Kentucky State Fairthis week all contort nate a grancT time As usuali CJnO is left out on all occasions rAs your scrib ii6 an ex butcher h can readily sanction presentmtown on a cash basis It wiil save mon v time worry and brais for hot the owner and purchftseis When you get your hand iiu itayoucal1lsaIemaxm have remembered ere they cOt sented toJiave a telephone fran cbise dWhile r doing some carpenteri work one day lat week Mi r Hughey Goatley suffered a very painful accicLnt by mashing his thumb In answering to Frzze Head s qoety in regard to Unos regards for Mt zIon I wish to speak for myself and believe am qcir rect in stating that it iis for the same reason that she has an Earnest desire to enevitahly speak of the Valley Hill boys Ask her and receive an Earnestt reply Skidox The tobacco crop in this section has proven in most cases Lo be of inferior quality Paris green was used too excessively and caused the leaves to decay at the base and fall from the stalk while worms and lust figured greatly in doing damage When a fellow says a press correspondent has nothing to- aldoto get up a half column of what would beliis ida spent a whole week chas few items over a 12 mile square and sit up almost a hal a night condensing them in order to matte a presentable appear a nee in type And then have t bet very careful or will hut sOmeones tendet feelings by leaving them out or putting them jn when they didnt svant it to appear and tberi have a dozen criics censure your letter because its not worth rfading or not composed properly Or something else gone wrong Its impossible to please everybody and it easy yes dead easy jiii you dont do it Uno In these days of rush and burr courtesy is often gorjjotten In the inul pell mell rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather ramained undone A hastily ez ten meal and its resultant headache Say csuse Ds socialor ftoaiiclal loss The vise man or woman Is the one who relieves Jidtle ills of this sort by o little dose of Kodal for Dyupep sia It digests what you eat and puts yourstouiach bade into shapel Sold By the Red Cross Drugstore l Thorn 111111 Mr and Mrs G W Feriwick were in LebancmJ11onday on business The spelling contest given by Miss Ida Haydon between Mayes school and Thornbill was well attended Miss Al ey vVhitehouse won the honor of oing the best speller Mr and Mrs Oscar Bottoms spent Sunday with J D Barker Mr and Mrs Loyd Fenwick and little son spent one day last eek with Me Jim Anderson t farm ebanon MrGeorge where FenWicIiWi1leavef t uturehome pJ Mr Oscar Bottom returned i from Louisville yesterday where e purchased his fall and winter goods tS As news is sc LrC3 will ring ff wishiog the Leader success Forgetmenot DppepsiaurJrlO I Glgwts wkaft ytu sat I iI1IsburgI We are glad to report thatthe cases of typhoid fever are slowly improving The protracted mreting Is still in progress There were eight converts baptized Monday night Four f the children of Mr Tom Miller are on the sick list this week We hope they may soon n cover Mr J W Trout and wif are toin Louisville this week buying their stock of fall and winter goods j Wj MrS B Yeager and wif t- ItendedNigers grandmother Mrs Hen dren at Antioch Wednesday Mrs Liwrence Tren has be n very ill forseve al das out isI some better at this writing Mrs J W Burton has return ed borne from a weeks stay ia Louisville Misses Lula Merritt and Mat tie B ron aie attending tha State fair this week Miss Mary McIlvoy spent lat veelj with leer ssler Mrsol Lzi Fizgerald at Siiriu ofCwith Miss MamiErMerritt Farmers in this section are about through cutting tobacc W S IGibbs is in Lawrence burg on business this week Messrs Litsey and Tatum are in our midst buyins cattle They report a good business Mrs Lena Sutton Miss Lola Colvin Mrs Taylor Ferrell and three children of D KalbI I are visiting relatives at this place DrFfflDTsTestiinonY immM Dr Thonis Finn of Boonsboro- ito who has practiced nredlcine for j 32 years says he has Used ever pres cnption known to the profession for treatment of kieney and bladder dis eases and says lie has never found anvtninp so effective in both hronic and acute kidney and bladder trou pshirregularities and builds tip the whole system Sold by the Red Cress Drug Store Talliam Springs Smce our last writing the ifMrl f ifJ took there from a little girl ba twoyearthought 10 be tho cause of death The famiy hive itsI sympathy off the Mr Joe Flumes communityI Mr Joe Gordon from 111 are visiting in this community merryWeltcad Ctyu nw for the beef acm panies have commencee butcher ing There are two companies here but I dont know how about drinking anything stronger than water for yOu know therE cant very much be had toTlrink in a local option counties but that is alright for water is the best anyway Mr Henry Varidiver and wife of Barrodsburg visited their parents here Sunday Mr Will Gordon and wire went to Bloopafleld to visit their RubyfSaturday Mr Silas Hurkhesd bought a illoIvanKceHngta bunch of cattle to Mr Hays at 3c per pound tCuttmg tobacco Vaeems to be- the order of the day but f onv the way the tobacco melt are gooidealworms from eating iit up before a patchithe trouble by your self just cheer up and work on Whatt has become ofa11 the correspondents Why dont you all write There is several places that hasnt been r presented ic our paper for months Irthe rorrespoodents have moved or in any way cant send iti a letter let some one else take their place and make theNews Leader more interesting every Hyacintbl1When vostronJ men come to lit 1Ilitwill look better and feel better in short order Bc sure you get fe Witts Qood for everything a alva is used for including piles Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store llardcsiy Sclioollioiis Miss Texie Barlow has gone Ita Green county to spend a few j weeks with relatives Misses May and Hatie Cur rv of Springfield spent fnm Fridiy until Mondajwith tHeir aunt Mrs Sallie G odlett hatefmeeting Willisburg Revs Petty and Young are conduct meetingI wife and little Mackville were MitchellIMr James MoranJr was in afternoonlchil- ren spent Thursday with Mrs Lucy Sales I c TwT iiii1Wi j t t Ii NEW FFALLSTYLESIiN- OW jl I READY TO Snp11 j 1 f ReadytoWear to25 overcoats Raincoats iWeare m kirigJllens 1 a Special Feature of dui tt business this a compete 1ineahd prIces fthat t ttwill make them go t 1 I t Grundy Mclntire i fl 4i d J ttt H a I An arti t passed through neighborhood Saturday thili IdencesSam Goodlett andif of faunJyoffI1Ir M V Sales and wifeI spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs Will Snider of Valley islNOTICE rf Thejindersigued firm lang disolved partnership all persons knoWing thems Jives indebted tr g PIOIDPtje j J firm can be found at Robert pn J Ulaybrpokes office Resp 5 BrotherstWhen you hayea cold tis well be very careful about using anything thatvill cause constipation Be J particularly Careful about preparat I KnInedysfarilWhicbsfoJitthe bowles Sod by the Red Cross Drug Store Free Trip to LouiSYille 11 l The Retail Merchants Asso ciathn of Louisville will OUdflfl in Cish your roundtrip farerr based on exduraion rate on the following dates t September 17 to October 13 November 5 to November 17 December 3to December 15 For furlher particulars apply tojj jV BECICMANN Manager Retail Merchants rrAs scciation 807 Urban Bldg Louisville Ky Kentucky Fair Date5 1t c Lox ngton SPIt 17 C days Sebree Septpl1tbor185 diy Henderson Sept 25i day t Falmouth Sept 204 days Pembroke Scpt17 3 days 1QwetfboroOctober 25 days 4 day Eskton October 34 days 4 MEN WANTED Somewhere near Springfield to assist us in showing andsehlj ino properties No experience necessary if willing to Ictus teach you the real estate business th foSaInryflOal man wUlirigto dtvote p4rt oIlf hs line to this busin ss4 of CoOperative Land Co- maA Ihits B dg Minneapolis Minn pijls SuM KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS W1T Dr Kings Vt New Discovery the New FOR CONSUMPTION Surest Quickest aIFBiTHROAT LUNG ati Fins Fall Cloth ing for Men and Young Men ready for your inspection You are cordially invited The same cOur- teous service whether you come lookor buy Suits 5 I 5 to 20- IT 10 to 20 t iaClothing Fall and have i i SOc Freo IS lOOdid and Cure for and LES or now to j t Price TBO I t i I I Time flies JI tthoughto jJA 1te crude of t t flAccuratefl Elegant Jewelry It is what jewelry j i reflects my being expert inselecting a jewelry stock Tesaye II Luy from me S if f James J Grave t sII t n = t r EE ErElEK sa i HEADQUARTERS FOR IIii I School SvPpIies P T it 7 jrit 1 Depository of the State Adoption for Jq L4q books for the publip schools 1 A HHYDONS = t a CORNER DRUGSTORE 111- c r E E E i iis4 11j1j- I WE flA VB TO INV13ST I FOR CLIENTS tS75OrOOO T04S1OOOQ good Electric or Steam Railway Manufacturing Bank or Trust Gpmpany propositions 7rltLM WE BUY Nr 9ELL tin Buy anlsehIentire issues or inunidpal I and corportion bonds lqdare prepared to Tart capita I for an7merit J proposition Have money tot k an on any A Nol t44 proposition 1i W GZDMORE 4fe GO l1 lrLm 3iUrLDflC OTnSV1jIE KY J r A bath cleansesthc skin and pores of refuse A bath mi kas r better fellowship arie citizenship ot only should the outside of the body be clcanacdinjt occasional use alaxalivaor catharic open tho bpvlcs and clears system of offeto Beat far this are DeWitts Little ffiarly Risers Pleasant iiil1 do gripe or stricken by tlieRcdrosDgSro V1oliTry1llb W Brown the popular pension attorney of Pittsfieldj says Nf5ct to it peoitfq brst thirg bo get is King s LifcPilJsHei writesr they keep family in spUm health Quick cure Car Beaduche G ntipatipu and s25c Guaract ed C L Haycloa drugstore 4i SII t first clock nowC Bridge the f chasm and what have you first clock one i 1 find year round at my store Mv new ock mont V r Wi 4 r r I 2 it i4h 1 rions j ride the tter that riot WclI Hi Dr my 1 the you the in I Notice Ii My bocksba o been put jQ Jj the andsof A Gi Iim aILAll f no are OAing acconts willb ph usa cail ard sqttie 6 I J EXYIT McOA i j P 3dbJ lor the cough removec tJel lj cough the cause of the c iIifcrfK Thats the york ofKennediLaxa tie Honey and atthc otJgttX laxatiiVO cdiigh syrup ContailHs leJ r PpIatcsT Salt iyvti RedCria fUragStoVd c V 41 J Iteett urF1ilpe linel tirt J mfiimumii tu1l got irice tCatppboJsI f r = Row 11C1 ldNev54 1Itajc 0 V DR J M BURTON 4 RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED I WITHOUT PAIN ovicHagan Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY 1 l Dental Work StriptJj Firstclass 7 Tr JHLrAiTPTON DR J C MffDD LAMPTON MUDD T Phjaild Surgeons Aces over Haydons Drugstore d WFSGRIGSBY tATTORNEY AT LAW t Qfflce over Feoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY S B RoBARDS M W FYATTi f t HYATT ROBARDS Physicians and Surgeons t Office over McElroy Shultz It DR J H HOPPER 3TOCIAH and SURGEON EHOfJES Office 97- ResidencetJ 71 Office Over Hagans Grocery ti rwwtiy tr PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office o erC W Hagans gro Icery opppsite Presbyterian church 4 Phones t Office 175 r if Residerice 172 JiNY1MAYtS TfUIJERflL jiiKtCTpR i AND LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE J PAYJ19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY Kaipoad Scfiedulc Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown and Springlield branch railroad v No 41 Leayes Louisville at 4 410 p m Bardstown Junction I 5 02 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Sprfngheld b45 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 630 a m Bardstown 617 am Bard own Junction 7zO5am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstowu Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 PnJ oNo 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm BardE town 753 ptn arrives at Springfield 825 m- micarriajt Repair Shop rAll kinds wood work and up I hostering done Grain Cradles on band for sale I havefor sale now one 11ew handmade buggy new hand made spring wagon and a good j second handspring wagon n I will work cheaply for the money All work strictly cash K WH BOND Springfield Ky FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Daily Always good always fresh We have a Baker who is an ar tist at making good things- SiLLoavesf Bread for 2c Hertliens Confectionery = lTHE EXAS WONDER I Cures all Kidney Bladder und IjEtheqmatic troubles scld by SaU druggists or two months itreatment by mail fur 1 D- rmWHaU 2926 Olive street f f1Stj Louis Send for Kentucky testimonials t iNoticetSfvvjfAl1 persons knowing themsel frrItyes indebted to the fim of McEl P Toy Bros are required to call and i settle at once as the firm hasicfctchanged hands and all old busi Ifes must be ctl3dip v1EtROYk enas- i l = IOJXSIIOHEYmTAR cM4drn isle Jf r A cLi TOWN i wy w rrtftffctfiZWraffaWWfl fi Hfi Local Happenings oT Interest the Freshest end Latest i 1 I AllAbout Yourself Friends II and Acquaintances tLq 9 qJ IT 0Nice new hon y for sale at P J f Thomas r We still pay dish for eggs and chickens at Campbells New Macaroni just receiyed at McElroy Shaders Ei Donelly sold p black calf to E S Mayes for 20 chickensWe still buy e gs and for cash at Campbells Salt rising and creanr bread received daily sHagan Bfqs Seecur grana e ware iu front window at lOcoCampben Just received a full supply of Oriole Cocoanut McElroy Shader Chase iSanb me coffees are the best McElroy Shader agents Dont fail to take a peep at our great bargains on our 1Cc cpunter at Campbells I f Try cUll sweet mixed pickes inbulk the ftnesimadeIoMc l roy Shader Vf For cots spriogs ichairs rockers bed room suits and etc Gekpricss at Campbells We have a few ladies jackets at and below cost for sale at Campbells Call to see them Ladies Club Tea is something good Try a package and be convinced McElroy Shader WANTED To buy old gold silver and old fashion cameo Ed ltf Russell j FOR bushels of firstl SALEIfave250fOY sale 1 We keep for sle suphur cop perasV turpentire axle grease nails horse shoes atd nails at Campbells Marriage licenses were issued during the past week to the 101I lowing ycwng people L BrPurdon and Miss Sallie Hays J O Sallie and lilary SuttJnIi j I buy the bestidnd sell the best ata reasonable price This im portant 12ct adds to the offers and makes the firm to buy from jPJJ Thomas Mr C M Tumey has sold his interest in the firm of Tumey Bishop to Boblett fc Brown and the two firms Will consolidate the business and continue using the stable on Will Street If you are thinking of haying a public salel and desire the services of S M Campbell as auctioneer iti would be well to see him before you have your bills printed so as ncjt to come in contact with any other sale L D Bakef has bought of Owen Gainspif Jmpbellsvill the celebrated sjtallion Red Bird for which be raid a Stiff price Theliorseis fine breeder arid was once owned by B B Leach man of this county tt Klonday coutity court day is the day for great bargains a saving of 20 to 50 per cent on shoes pants notions Must at a great sacrifice make room for new poods Come in and ilse- eYouare welcome jf you dont spend a cent jP J Thomas1 i MrEverett iteeling and Miss Myrtle Su herland two papular young people Willisburg were quietly married1 in the parlors o- fte Walton Hotell here oh last Thursday and left immediately on the train for a bridal trip The ceremonywns performed bv Rev W H Williams of the Baptist church The groom is the popular carrier on rural route no 1 Willisburg and is the son of Mr W L Keeling ofIa a friends j Mrs Kate C Hood widow of DrHood and daughter of the late Clelland Gunnlngham one of the pioneer tt iZ90S of springf- ield dredlastTiursday night at KyIftterwas born and reared s atthis place and was a sister of Mr Andrew Cunningham who was with her when she died The funeral TOPICS I toOk place at Cynthiana on Slit urday and was attended by Mr Cunningham and Mr and Mrs IH B McElroy of this pace r Mr Clem Hamilton agied 92 years and a relative of theHam iltqns of this county died at his home near Loretto on last Fri day morning and was buried on Saturday at St CharJes The deceased was about the oldest man in Marion county He leaves five sons and daugbtes two of whom Mr Pat Hamilton and Mrs Josie Newton live in this county A Chapter of the Daughters- of the Confederacy has been organized here by Mrs Edmoni Roberts of Bardstown with the following members Mrs E 0 Walker President Mrs C C McChord First VicePresdent Mrs T D Wells Second Vice Presiden Miss Annie McChord Corresponding and Recording Secretary Mrs Georgia MOSS Treasurer Mrs M WV Hyatt Historian M Uses Sadie Mayes and Annie McChord were ap pointed delegates to represent this chapter at Pewee Valley October 2- 1MEIroyAtchison Invitations to the marriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth Atchison to ErnmettFied McElroy September 25th in Kansas City Mo have been received by the relatiyes and friends of Mr Mc Ejroy t After a monthslirip in SoUthwest and in Mexico Mr andMrs McElroy will be at home at 1017 East wenty ninth Street Kansas City In Memory of Elisha White Sr It is with sadness that I peri these Jew lines in memory of my great grandfather Mr Elisha White Srwjic died Friday Sept 14 1jJti at his home near Tatham Springs He had been in bad health for several years and lingered along getting weaker and weaker until Friday night at U oclock the death angel took him wayHe was 78 years old and had been a member of tin Baptist church for 45 years He wits ulso a Mason and was buried by that order He leaves one son Air William White and four daugh teas Mesdames Jane Keeiing Elizabeth Satteily Sarah Coul ter and Nannie Foster He also leaves one brother and two sisters and a number of grandchildren and great grand chil dren to inourn his death His wife preceded him to the grave mrny years ago His funeral services were conducted byRev Hatchett after which his body was laidlto rest in the Rock bridge cemelery to await the resurrection morning A R Sad Death Valley Hill Cor MrBtirges Pinkston a well known young farmer of thissec tipn died Tuesday morning at 450 olclock after a lingering illness of typhoid fever In the eaily summer he contracted a spell of malaria that lingered until more fatal results followed with typhoid Mr Pinkston was born and reared in this county near Polin and when in youth theearly kindness ofa loving mother and dutitul father persuaded him to give himself up to the Savior and followjnhis footsteps He became a devout member of the Christian church at1 Willisburg Soon after he wasUnited in the holy bonds of matrimony with Miss Mattie Kays whibh marri age proved to be a very happy one until death has blighted all hopes of the young Wife and mother He was 25 yeaisof age just in the bloom of lifwleriGod saw cause to cxll fourth the boon his 1 r rr r rclrc DiamondsJ C Just a word to the v wise Buy your dia- mondsg before the Holiday advance 9 C PLACE YOUR ORDER now for Christmas In Csure you the fineststones lowest prices and easiest payments E M Russell C JIJ4 J4J Tt loVe had given and in response to his Masters call we loose a kind father a dutiful husband a loving brother and an obedient son After suffering intense agony for several days he wes coin pen ed to succomb to the sickle of theGrim reaper Death Is hojv ever he died peacefully willingly and calmly bearing forth test I I mony to the sustaining and sav ing grace of a Heaveny Fdtber brothersIscores of other friends anJ rel atives to mourn his loss We extend heartfelt asmpathy to all bereaved latives and In voke the blessings of our Hea venly Father upon the poor heaatbroken mother and info cerise of an orphan daughter PE iScNAL Miss Mary Gleasonv has returned fromliouisville v Mrs P G McElroy entertain ed a few friends at eighthand flinch dst Friday afternoon in hpnor Miss Laura Peter und Miss Jennie Craycroft Mrs M W Hyatt and Mrs Joseph S Claybrooke received their friends at Mrs Hyatts residence yesterday afternoon from four to six ocock Mrs Tom S Wright ad little daughter Elizabeth of West Point Ky are isiting Judge and Mrs I H Thurman Mr John Hord of St Louis is visiting his mother Mrs Elizabeth Hord Mrs W F Trusty is visiting her parents at New Hope Rev W H Williams pastor of the Baptist church filled the pulpit of the McFeaan Memorial church in Louisville last Sun day Key Gearge Hamilton preached for the flap ist con gregation here Mrs Nannie Patterson aferii two weeks visit with her daugh ter Mrs Will Hagan returned 10 her home at Adairvillo Tucs day Mrs Wallace Brown ofBdrds town spgueet of Mrs Harry- B Thompson this week Mr E G Schweitzer and SOD EdwardLee of LouIsville are visiting rand lfrJ A f Boulware Misses Kat ie Hrrtloin anqoJ Mary Lee Epperson are visiting friends at Wincbqslerand attending the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington Mr and Mrs JC WcElroy took their little son James to Louisville last Thursday to con suitl a specialist about hU health They were assured by the physia clans that the home doctors were doing all thatcould be done and that the child was suffering from maaria i Miss Laura Peter left Sunday for her home at Almstcad after several weeks visit with relatives and friends here Mr Matt WycojT of bhoMack yule neighborhood has rented i the old McKcnua property on Main Street and will shortly move his family to town Mr J Rogers Gore ard family were in Hodgeuvillc last week Mr Q D Duncan has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati 7 Mr Jr S Caybrooke attended the St4te Fair yesterday and today IJudge B L Litsey is attend- ingi State Fair in Louisville MissIselecting goods for the ralland wintec trade of Grundy McIn tire Mrs Theo C Campbell and children spent the iirst of the week in Lebanon with Mr and Mrs S B Thompson Hen V D Claybrooke was in Campbellsville the first of the week Mr and Mrs Andrew Cun ningham Mr and Mrs H B McElroy were me Cynthiana this week on account of the death and funeral of Mrs IKate Hood Missi Minnie cGlcllan has re turned from Louisville where she has been fariiiliarizing her self with the latest styles of Millinery and getting up the stock for Mrs Williams open ing display of hats LebanonI t of the week Mr F M Martin has been quite sick the past week Mr1 C W tailings is carrying the mail on route no8 Mrs JohnClements and sister Miss Mary Mulvev of Lebanonij were in town one day last week Y bprngueld and vicinity should know tbatywe are 9 in all of Staple and Fancy Groceries leadersgg Produce Telephone orders prvmptly filled 8 McElroy g OOO OO XKXXKKKKXXK 8 Miss Nellie Green who has been on the sick list for the past week is able to be out again Mrs Nannie Simms and Mrss Elizi Mulligan have returned from a few days stay at Tatham Mr C W Uagan and Dr John Spaulding were entertait- etLatsix oclo k dinner at Leba non Sunday by Misses Katherine and Nan y Spalding J Mr Ben Medley is convales ClOg from an attack of typhoid fever Mr Alex Blanfoi3 of Louis yilltj spent Saturday with his mother neartown Mr Harry Smith spent Sunday in Louisville Messrs Gfeorge Robertson and Harry Shultz were in Bards lown Sundayt Mrs Uohn Hagan is visiting friends in Lebanon this w ekI Scott McCabe has returned from Winchester where hotf visit ed his aunt Mrs M M Scott Miss Fannie Wbalen of Lou isvlle is thc guest of Mrs John Simms and family Miss May McGill of Lehman is theguestcf Mr and MrI Steve McGill and fiimijy- Mr Wallace Duncan who has- aposilion with the L N Th R at Bardstown Junction is at be me for a few daysstajr Messrs Charles AlcWiqrter aiil Tluoot ampbell were in- ounonL SatUidiy f Allss Sue c3wr chey of Louis vi le is the guest of friends at Plcagant G rove 1lr8J RoBards has re turneii Iomc after a visit to friends at Burgin Miss Ida JJcChireof High GroVe arrived Monday to attend tho Springfield High School Mr John D Roberts left Suo day for Louisville where ha ill- ttend school t Misses Lizzie Waters and An nie Larimer Messrs Chas Green and Will Claybrboke were inXebanon Monday Mrs Wathejn Qf Bardstown function is with her daughter Mrs ClianniQdooper Mr George Medley is spond iDg a few days at Ins home hero lhssr Lillian Anderson of Danville is visiting her aunt Mrs H M ONUU Mr tlarry ONan of Louisville is at home on a visit t Mr Newell McCIaskcy and son Looker were guests of the Misses Drown Saturday and Sunday 4S For Cash I will from now on coriupt a strictly cash business No meat will be sold on credit Pleasel dont ask it I will continue to keep on hand choice fresh and salted moats Fresh beef pork lamb veal and sausage Now stand next the Pqoples Deposit Bunk G F Carpenter A good second hand lheating stove for sale cheap at camp Cells Eyes Stdlj Jlaveltte1 hundreds of others 1 t and cnn lit you Names and g Prescriptions on file come and g sqe for yourself Give your ecs tlc attention at the right I time and place Nothing but g high grade goods All the t e modern kinds and styles of lenses Bifocals of every de g i IASTIGMATIC I1 a Specialty Graduate Optician always on g hand to make test Satisfaction guaranteed IiLE M Russell gl- qz ecc-J I 00 oooooooo Good li Housekeepers 8 Are careful to keep Their Pantries Supplied 8with good groceries An4 the housekeepers of Q kinds Shadeg OOOOOCH w jj Jjjj jjj to have yourteethextracted jj w u Without Pain or Danger to All work guaranteed = w L G CRUME D D S Bardstown Ky Ii u3 33 3 d 3333333 3 Business House FOP Sale iI win offer for Sale at public outcry on lolitlay September 24 county court day my busi ness hue on Mam Streat now occupied by C Hag ns grccdry This is one of the most Desirable pieces of icaJ state in Sprii gficld Besdes a commodious store room and cold storage on the ground floor it con tains a luicasuite of rooms or the second floor desirable foi cfficcs pr fur light housekeepng the place isat present yielding a good inccme frbm rentals and is a gcod investment FIIANK WALTL Try one pcunJ off our 15c Host roast c ffe aj Campbells Moving I have rentel the Cunninghamj building fpimerly uiedas butcher shop ou Main troat1 and will next week move my fe pair shop into it I can be f unq there at all times prepared to dQ harn ssandshoe repairing up bolstering bicycle repairingand so forth Iaso handle sewingf machinQs and supplies GEO B TvLon- Ior farmers Take Oticej Bourbon not Cobra Remedy is ti4 very best hog remed in the world Use it as a preventive and if it does not keep your hogs healthy and free from diseases you need not pay us one cent forthe remedy Costs you only 5 cents per month for each hog ind thc extra rain in ilesh caused from its use will inoiC than pay for the medicine C J Ha3 don Springfield Ky DA Urge second hand kilcheii1 safelor salocheipat Campbey s Publici Sale Having decided to quit the horse trading business I will at my place about one mile from Sprirgfield on what is lknown as the W F Booker pike on Saturday September 22 beginning at 2 oclock sell the following property The home place consisting of a good 4 room dwelling a large sock barn two wells a pond a nice orchard and all necessary outbuildings The place contains about 12 acnes of ground and lies on the pike and known as the Kit B One property Thiwillmake a dIsirable little home foi anyone StockLive J will also at the same time and place offer for sale the tot lowing desirable stock My fine jack Black Boy known as the George Cqcauougher jack which has proven himself to be one of the best breeders in the county Four good farm mares all in foal two good threeyearold horses J ne tine 3yearold mate by Nuncio and out of u Blood Chief mare one 2year oldolhorse by Fancy Boy ttwo suckling colts and one suckling horse mule colt one sow and pig Also a buggy and harness a Frazier break cart and harness as goodhs new and a few IarnF ingimplements two stack Qf millett 100 bushels of new corn Terms made known on day cjf sale SYLVESTER SMITHS M Campbell Auctioneer 7W Jw WE ARE NOW IReceiving and opening bur llarge Fall Purchases of iIDr Goods 1 Dress Goodsii if Silks and Trimmings x 4 What you see here you can rely on as being 4 the correct style and worth the mote we ask r J tIi t 1 t1- at Outing Cloths Flannelettes Dres Ginghams Galata Coths Apron Ginghams SheJetings Bed Ticking fl1tt iLinens T wels Napkins Crashes Bankete Cond forts cHosiery Gloves Underwear Knit Skirt Fascinators c 4i We expect to receive our ttt2i w J t Cloaks Suits and RainCoats Ii iin arLw days They are now being made for us with orders TO RUSH Dont buy anything in this line Itycu see ours You will be well paid for waiting 4 0 untltt j Our mens pafittingDepartnient iis beterhan j We handle the best brands of CLOTHING and I everiito be found We will app eci te a call The Robertson laJb OokeCcii r iNCORPORATEDhh 44 41 11w t ITS PROFITABLE AND PLEASANT TO h Yit h 1mmt ftad t ii ore using on jrolut always baa and always wiUjfiyA aczl isfcicion MOUND CITYIIORZ1 HOl t PAINT hasbeefethc highMt tfrdd of Paint onthemarket fortha t1iiiJ eCO There nothing in ifBut Zinc t ltrpentineJqcmdrier erallS1rict1yPureMOUND HO andhitthradPAINl hathe highest possitle prMervh quaUM and gives th hanchOmea tfini li1fhat pan be obtained Ue itfor 4rcthIibforcconorr andfor fine app rc1n4r GET IT At 1 THE RED CROSS DRUG STOREjJJcoj t Jak t i its s VGOO Qt riz the National Bank 1 SPRINGFIELD KYIit Capital 550OOO V tt t Surplus and i Undivided Profits 25OOJO tIt OFFICERS B L Litsey President John W Lewis VicePresident g A C McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Oashier R E j lL g Foste Boo Keeper IL H Purdom Asst ttg DIRECTORS BLLitaeyfcJ V Lewis W D Claybrookle T S U W Mdyes R H EdelntIIhI Grundy John O Poll i tfl IItt fl We grant every favor consistent with safe banking i1r bul nessrcspectfU1vJoliCited T 0 8 OOOO swf it is s fli r MARKS e GREE SJ c ij ThOld Reliable Manufacturers Jt Ij and Dealers in all Kiidstrf t3 4 I 4 LUMBER LATHS SASH bOORSBLINPSf We handle the celebrated 4 Mixed Canne1Coa111I Canttbe Beatti We are sole agents for r c ACME CLMfiNT PLASTER 4 5 The Best on ErthPrices Rightr t i Office and Yards Doctor and Railroad Streets I r Ky aI IJJ OO ij- J r it 2R 2t tb1 I EVERYBODYS MINKS 1 rt jjnft Is Nobody sj Business But oUr Bm4 v ktl to give thepub1iche fccfst work i AI t m Y 1 Tinning and Numbing v- Jl i f5fe J 4 the least possible costtJ GIVE US A CALL r 61 f1 V V 1JW I ITPHA31D z lfr L SPRINGFIELD KY 2 Ji l 1 LECJE BITTERS PAINT KirePmifctlKot first BookKeeper SHINGLEIS 1z9ILIOUSNESS s Sprintfiefy rt TrapTIi Louisville Times j p The jury in the Corouers in quest this morisnngf into the I deth of Robert Harry Cox who met dteftlh in the fire which dam aged th4 Caperton building at J Fovrtii and Cbesnut streets earl j Suaday morning Septem bee 2 rendered the following yerdict We the jury find that the clUe of the death of Robert Harry Cox was suffocation from smoke aud not having arty min of escape other then the liall which was burning The inquest was held by Msg istrate Edward OConner who 1Lacting Coroner at the time ofthe fire at the request of the relatives of the deceased A suit for damages for the death of Mr Cox will be filed on the grounds that the building did not have the necessary exit3 and firetscapes required by law Harry Brown Assistant City Inspector of Weights and Meas ures Maj Fillmore Tyson Chief of the fire department Capt Joe Martin of No 1 Hook and Ladder Company Capt William Selvage and Ladderman Thomas Callahan of No 5 Hooks and Ladder Company and John Huffman who occupies a room in j the illfated building give evi dence to the effect that the building is a Jfire trap They testlfiecTfchat there is no tire es capes that the hallways and stairways are not over four feet wide and that Coxjhad no means of escape the retreat down the steps being cut off by the flames r y iat Mixtnfl Damer More than half of mankind QVCT sbctyyears of age suffat from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlarge mentvdf prostrate gland This is bothwpainful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger as it cor rectf irregularities and has cured many old men of tbis disease Mr Rodney burpett Rockport Mo write I saffered with enlarged proitate gland audkidney trouble for years and aftertaking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure k feel better than I have for twenty years aIthoug I am noW 91 years old Sold at the led Cross Drug store Will Make Fight 0Preperation is being made by the Kentucky Rairoad Commis sion for a vigorous defense in thEf suits brought by local roads to permanently enjoin the com mission from enforcing its order reducing rates on freight in this State made Juue 19 last The Federal Court has granted a temporary restraining order and at itsnext sessfon will be asked by the roads to grant a permanent injunctionj against the commission It is claimed by the railroads that the new rates amount to a confiscation of 0prperty This the commission maintains cannot be proven the rates having been made ojily after long and careful considar Stion Many shippers throughoutthe State ire complaining at the re fusal of the roads to obey the J order and are eager to know whethet in case the Federal4 Court sustains the commission it will be possible to recover the difference in rates charged since the order was promulgated The commission tidy ises shippers to retain all freight bills and re 0qipts for freight in order that claims mav be made and xe J coyery obtained providing a1 favorable verdict is given Herald t a t Hprsef Drops Dead Tuesday afternoon while driv INDIGESTIONS RECORD faIdIgesUo recordtis a causeof sudden deaths It is beat ing heartfailure in its ghastly harvest fYoa red in the papers doily of appar jntlv Wealthy and even robust men being Kidoenly attacked with acute indigestion alter eajoyisg a hearty meal and of their Ajfaf a many cases before a physician e Wb called ia tfTlu abo M be a warning to you who tuMtr irftfc Mfalar or periodical attacks t of ia reation If these unfortunate vice tiMeX acute indigestion had taken a small dote of Greens August Flower be i fore or after their meals they would not ha c fallen a prey to such sudden seifures fA fiMtflowe5Xprevents indigestion by t erateagfood digestion It also regulates updMfTwa saO 25c u3 750 All druggist f 1TI T c i Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discov ery represents the natural Juices of diges tion as they eclst tna healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not Only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetenIng and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr SS Ban of RaYtsirood W Vsuays was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years Kodol cured ma wo ire now using It in milk for baby Koiol Digests What Yoa Eat Bottles only 100 Size ht Idine2 times the trial size which sellsfor cents Prepared by E DcWITT CO CHIOAQO Spld by Red Cross Drug Store ing onthe Lexington pike two miles from town Mr Sam Van arsdall who lives near Oaklaiida church met an so frightened tho horse that tte animal reared up and fell back dead It is said that Mr George Gf Hall the East Tennessee Telephone magnate of Louisville Was in thq machine and was on his way to Lexington We are told tbat Mr Vanarsdall cam to town and learned the mtrneoI the auto people telegraphed to Lexington asking that they be arrested but we do not know whether it was done or not Harrodsbur Heraldl Ift teIOriJroJal Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar asa throat and lung remedy and ou account of the great m I rit and populnritr of Foleys Hou iey and Tar manriS itations are offer edfor thergcnuine Ask for Foleys Honey anti Tar and refuse any substi tute affered itn9 other preparation will ffive the stme satisfaction tiemildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and dslicato persons Solp by Red Cross Drugstore Warm Reception At no other place has Senator McQreary received so warm a courageIment where he addressed home SOC persons In the courthouseyard At the station be was met by a large crowd and after ah infor- ma reception was driven to a hotel preceded by a band where he was entertained by the exConf derat s of the county rllndrll were conspicuous on from which he spoke He was introducea byCnasvC Spalding Senator IcCrreas given tthe closest attention throughout his speech which made a fineim pressiou and was frequently ap plauded Lebanon Special re llas TbiS1 r We ofFor one hundred dollars reward fo any qase of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney CoTolcdop We the undersigned have known F yearsdnd finatljeiaJlyj addkinKjnqan Marvin qHalIsally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tile spsten testimcnalsi sent free Pried 7cc per bottle SoKlby 11drrg giats on1sUpationI j Big Damage Suit Filed II i JIIOne of the largest damage suits that hiib been filed in the Marion circuit court for sometime was instituted during the past week by Joseph Walshj of this countvy against tho Louis ville and Nia hville Railroad Co He seelcs to recover the sum of 40000 for the loss of his legs which he clajims was the result Pheparto1the petition recites that while IThe as a switchman in the yards at South Louisville last Mayhe was directed to make a coupling of some freight cars standing on a siding Because of tim rusty condition of the coupler and its defectiveness the coupling was difficult to make and it was necessary for him to go under thrf cars This he did with tile understanding that no onlthethe work jWhjle under the train a cut qf cars were shoved in on the Sime siding striking tHose he wps under He was injuredthatamputated Attorney S JIPeyojijJ qif Elizabethtown broughMe puit Lebanon EnIterprisef FOLEYMfODTAR Cures CGlds Prevents Pneumonia I r IJf7000000 Trust CompanyFaiIure The Real Estate Trust Company of Philadelphia one of fhVlargest finn cial Institutions In that city and which because of its supposed sound ness wns the principal depository for the funds of the Presbyterian church closed its doors with an admIttdI shortage of 7000000 or m IIAd lph SegaL was four day i after the suddent death of Frank IL nipple presl deut of the company and rumor became current that Efipples death was due to self administered poison The crash w a a brought about principally b3 spec ulations arid loans In favor of Adolph Segal a promoter of various enter- prIses Semi alone owes the Trust 3300000 and the liabilities arc approximately 10000 with real assets of about 3500000 Otf petition of John M Converse one of the board of directors which con tains many eminent names George IL Earle Jr was appointed receiver The deposits Included savings of many Presbyterian clergymen and 1100000 of the general assemblys funds be- sIdes funds of many Individual SegalIan that he gave 9000000 security butt the latter Is regarded as of questionable value The bank held also 175 000 belonging 4o the State of vaniaPresident peonsYl1 nipple used method of a double list of bogus and one real The Wera kept posted on the dIrectorsI which contained only gilt Th6 bogus list corresponded in amount to the real loans which nipple was J making 31 dit was not until the ac counts were examined after his death that the Theta came to the surface Receiver Earle said that tueftrust com pant Woiild be saved and ill deposits mnde good by the voluntary action of a number cif wealthy jjlrtctors pos sessing a high scnfce of their obliga tions Wharton Hippie only son of the dead president was mobbed by a crowd of Indignant depositors as he alterIthe crash Segals principal source of fortune building Was to erect factories in lines where trusts wfro seeking monopoly and then sell utQ the trust Two Cent Fares In Ohio On and after Oct lthe Pennsyl vaula lines wet of Plttsburg will charge only 2 cents a mile within the thatIat the two cent rate only at the line On the same diy the 01110I and Ohio and the Western will Issue 1000 mile transferable tick ets for 20 good for any number of per sons Worldwide Match Trust San Frauclsco hears that the Din mond Match company has entered into a compact with the Japanese govern ment for the purpose of controlling the entire match trade of the world Insurance Rebates CutOff The first decision rendered by ex President Grover Cleveland as referee for the BigThree life Insurance cox phnies will prevent English policy holders from continuing to get rt reduc tion on account of the Income tax law and will result in a big saving to the companies According to the English law those who were subject to the payment of the Income tax are allowed to deduct the amount pald by them for life Insurance premiums on English policies but not on American policies Consequently the American companies have been In the habit of absorbing this tax by granting a rebate Mr Clove tam holds that this can no longer be alone under the new rebate law One effect will be to curtail the amount of foreign business Oil Trust to Make Whisky At PeorIa ill one of time leading whIsky manufacturing centers it said that the Standard Oil company has decided to buy all of the big distil ferlcsln the United States In order to meet the conditions under the free alcohol law The Standards experts Jlnd that although alcohol will notbe a serious competitor of gasoline nevertheless it can be used in the inumt facture of mercerized cotton and will be a profitable product to cont- rolIINDU5TRIAL New Railroad Speed Record A Peniwylvjuiln mall train broke nil records on Hint Iin6 by the run from IlarrlBbmg to Altoona 132 miles In 119 minutes Earthquakes Affecting Oil Flcids SInce the latest big earthquake on AmerIcasfields of Texas have been noticed which are attributed to the aelsinlc dlslurbHuces ow subterranean chum ucla have llaen opened and the wells 100 miles ira the coast are not expect llto last long Also the quality of the oil Img changed In some places a very Jlpht oil having replaced the crude Effect of Industrial Combination A ijow census bulletin shows that a iflimber of inanufacturlng establish mouth In this country Increased only per cent from 1900 to lOOt vIlUo the capital Increased 41 per cent Au In toreetng Comparison Is maaa Dctwccn the Iron industry In this country and England Although England has 302 furnaces at work and the United States 323 still almost half as much more product Is credited to the Amer- Ican industry Another economic ef feet Is said to be thq steadying of prices Apples Rotting on Trees Throughout the big apple producing sections of Illinois the long continued damp and hot weather has produced an alarming amount of bitter rot Ho role efforts are being madb to stamp It out by picking the rotten fruit Crocs Continent Auto Record The recent automobile trip made by L Ij Whitman from San Francisco to New York over a 4200 mile route was completed In 15 days 12 Lllmrs and 2i minutes at nn expeuse to the company of 8000 During tho Journey relnysI of men kepkjiaco with the car by rail hut they were not needed Also a com plete outfit for repair was sent along by rail from point to point Including a complete running gear and dupli cates of every part But no part of ootIaU mnslwn 1I1 r r at unneaur on lie unto oorder flu gasoline used averaged a gallon to fifteen miles Whitman received 2COO for his services Steam Plowing by Night Out on the big prairie ranches ofr western Kansas and Nebraska farmers are now lu such haste to get their fall plowing finished that they are running big steam plows at night with head lights on the motor engines Minis they are able to turn over sixty acres of land In twentyfour hours with only two men working In shifts Two men worklng In the old way could only plow about sIx acres a day Within the past year 250 steam plows have been sold ILABOR Postal Clerks Form Union Postofflce employees from Chicago Milwaukee Louisville Nashville Salt Lake and San Francisco have taken steps toward the organization of tho National Federation of PostofHce Clerks tobe affiliated with the Amcrl can Federation of Labor It is the first time that postal employees have organized and Is in apparent defiance of the presidents order forbidding fed oral employees from voicing their grievances through the chief of a department Strike Breakers For Frisco The electric street railway system of Sau Francisco was completely tied up through thp strike of the motormen andI conductors fqr a 3 day of eight hours The strikers appeared to have much public sympathy The Company nn uounccd Its Intention of breaking tho strike by the employment of nonunion men and a tralq load of strike break ers started from New York under th4 leadership of James Farley the pro fesslonal strike breaker I5CIENTiiiICPro- fessor SellS Wireless Airship At Brautford Canada last week In the presence of a group of scientists the wireless aeroplane Invented by Professor Alexander Graham Bell had professor Alexander Graham Bell Its initial test and gave prom lsd of success This machine Is operated by wireless elec trlcal energy from electric dy namos on the ground thii force thus be lug transmitted to the propel lers The ship navigated b y Captain Angle mare oCChI cago rose to a height of 200 feet and was brought back to the starting point aft er turning a complete circle wlthdbt mishapINew Balloon Steering Device Dr Julian P Thomiis the New York amateur aeronaut has scored agaiii by the application of a new steering levice InJiiH recent voyage ou the balloon Nirvana from New York city to Oakland Valley X Y lIe had adjust id a bicycle triune and pedals to the tinsket so that by pedaling he coqld evolve a propeller ut different anglts lie found that li could steer before the wind at any desired shunt and that J e could raise or lower the balloon without throwing out ballast This de- Ice worked well however only up to i height of 500 j feet as beyond that iclght the rarcficd air made the work jf pedaling too exhausting upon Dr Thomas lungs During the voyage he tested another yew device for deter mining the direction In a fog by setting Joosq n number of toy balloons A Defender of Horse Meat Professor WILBrowerof the Sheffield Scientific school addressing the nation il convention of veterinary surgeons mid he wanted to see the time come lIen horso meat will be freely eaten Jill that thieve was less chance of dis ease in its use New Volcanic Island Visited Olllcers of the revenue cutter wore jiblc to explore on July seniceI Bogosl9l1lOnlOC vas still very hot from the action of the volcano which threw ft up ten days prior to that A great column bf smoke ind steam continued to rise over this r new born Isle At the northern end- the lund rises abruptly to 400 feet and on tne west to n height of feet Notwithstanding that the surface was still warm and soft the explorers as fcmltfd to time summit A Study of the Negro Brain Dr Ilobcrt B Bean In an elaborate article ort C September Century says that the brain of the bUick rates ISi deficient in both white and gray mat ter and less developed In the frontal region where reside the powers oft Judgment Mud eelf control Ills con dusion Is bused upon the examination of the brains of various classes of negroes EDUCATIQNAL 1 Boom For Simplified Jljng Close oil the heels of President Roosevelts oiliclal Indorsement 6f the reformed spelling favored by the simplified spelling board It was an nounced that the Itev Dr Walter W Skeat the noted AngloSaxon scholar of Cambridge England and Dr James A Murray editor of the Oxford Eng lish Dictionary bad joined the ranks nt spelling reform Andrew Carnegie who o niontrr r J 7Ti2 tk of t Doarar expressed delight but not surprise at the presidents attitude and thought that this would settle the adop hon bf spelling reform by the majority of the English speaking racd Tho IImassII ProfcssofMat thews Nevertheless theiofpress and Largely Englandl l county has fiujed immprclfully the presidents action President EliotIof Harvard said pew style did not appeal to him andlhe thought It wouJdIbe a long time be beIQolleWannraaUor has adopfpq ttilt new spelling for his advertising audI like l wise Y4S Plaut Co of Newark and the editors of a nulnber of newspapers Professor Brander Matthews calls at tention to the fact that the board does not attempt such radical changes as articles would as 11theyl = WNKI is Well is MM Arc iiie- l We ly KWteYMI BWfeTmlle Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages an4 lessensambition beauty n onedollar hv cheerfulness soon disappear jyhen tie kidneys are put of order or diseased Kidney trouble has prevalentthat mon for a child to be born afflicted kidneys if the child urinatestoooften if theunne scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depcnd upon jt thecause ArtA 2nr cnlty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble both need the same great remedy The mild and the itnmediateeffe t of- cwamnRoOt is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty cent ami size bottles You may have a sample bottle mail free also a vigor and with- weak treatment and lIome of SnooL pamphlet telling all about SwampRoot including many of the thousands of tests monial letters received from sufferers pared In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make anymIstake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Y on every bottle IItors Smith of the Century Dictionary and Funk of the Standard and the ed itor of Websters are all members of the simplified spelling board The College Bred Farmer Professor L II Bailey director of the Cornell University College of Agri culture In the third of his series of articles for the Century gives a result of his Inquiry among Ills students as to what practical use they expect to put their education Of the 170 replies re calved seventyeight were those of students reared on the farm Of thesb sixtyeight desired to go Into practical farming and eight Into teaching or ex pcrlmcntal work 0f the sixtynine students reared In town or city forty four wish to go Into practical farming fourteen Into teaching elgbt Into land scape gardening and the rest undp womenstuIJIJdents two want to become practical farracrp arid twelve teachers of natuxe study and agriculture Of the elghteet foreign students fifteen wish to return to the farm and tnree to enter experi mental work Professor Bailey says that the agricultural college is now teaching from thelarm rather than from the academic point of view MISCELLANEOUS 1 Decline of the Ministry The Rev Dr W F English of East Windsor Conn who has been collect Ing statistics from Congregational clergymen throughput the country says that salaries and wages In every occupation have increased substantially In tho last ten years except In the ministry where there has been an average cut of 10 per cent He says there are now 2000 Congregational clergymen without regular positions and that the unemployed Increase Reciprocity With Spain The state department has madq pubs lie the new commercial agreement about to be consummated between tb United States and Spain which with signed by the American minister at Madrid Aug L The arrangement will become effective In both countries Sept 1 Autos For Mall Collection The postofflce department has de- cIded to test at Baltimore the use of automobiles in the collection of mall If successful this system will be ex tended to all the larger cities Two automobiles have been constructed which are capable of doing the work of four horsedrawn vehicles Presidents Appeal For Chile President Roosevelt has Issued I proclamation as follows dreadful calamity has befallen our sister republic of Chile In the de struction by earthquake of Valparaiso and other localities Ve of this nation at this moment see the city of San Francisco struggling upward from the ruins In which like catastrophe over whelmed her last spring We keep keenly in mind the thankful apprecla tlon we then felt for the way In which the people of Europe Asia and both Americas came forward with generous offers of assistance rejmbJhtheir abundance now strive to do to another as others last spring did to us Thin National Red Cross association has already taken measures to collect stay subscriptions that may be offered for this purpose and I trust that there will be a generous response AU Assurnptio Bllggins says he believes in the sup viral of the fittest said the mutual friend He flatters himself nejolned Miss Cayenne Washington Star Never Touched Him Qoodlcy Poor fellow Ills story was very affecting was ItHardartYcs hut it didnt affect ntf Pock book New York Life Turn ttrnnd Old Man Ed Oecra at seventy continues to be clrcoltIneceflay whOse total value was 13001 snd frequent has been his success that bottom hesitate to put money against horses when lho holds the reins It has been the custom tp call golf the old mans game but Gcers record In dlcates that the pcaOeful diversion of piloting blooded horses through furious finishes Is much less taxing than the intense excitement of the game of the 1nfci Woman Boat Won fThV Jewel owned by MrsE 8 Uqrke of Cleveland 0 with a Hand icap of nineteen minutes won the handicap motor boatrace at Frontenac N Y recently and secured the first leg on the Commodores cup presented to the Frontenac Yacht club by C G Emery of New York The winners time for twcntygno mIles was 6Q minutes 4JJ 8eco ds Tftt IlLIseconds i A FiremanBall Player The Milwaukee club has signed new twirler Leo Sage who for the four years has been working on 1last railroad as a fireman running out of Von du Lao REAL ESTATE FOR SALII BY MCELROY WHARTQT J SPRINGFIELD KY J n No 65 170 acre farm located 5 miles from Springfield right on pike good dwelling and barns 50 a tes in Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price 8000 No 06 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new barn nIl necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fenced and in good state of cultivation Price 0000 No 67 120 acre farm 8 miles North of Springfield good 5 room dwelling land4qlcres welllocatedtrightweIr improved Pricc 35 per acre riPrlceSI600No 70 145 acre farm well located and lies well good house and smalll barn mostly in grass well fenced Price 5000 i 1 No 71 230 acre farm we1l1llocate and well improved lies Sveirand is a good as the best Price 60 f No 72 210 acre farm well locateti good farm and lies well and mostlyin grass right on the pike nice 7 rpom dwelling house 2 tenant houses good stock bain anl tobacco barn plenty ofobacco land 10 acres good timber Price 50 per acre No 73 385 acre farm well located right on pike and railroad This farjn is subject to division 2 good dwellings and barn fine body of timber plenty of tobacco rand Price 35 per acrje No 74 160 acre farm 6 miles nor li nl55Jacresnl and fenced Price per acre 25 No 75 125 acre farm located near ro9mhouseacres of tobacco fence all good Price 20 per acre No 76 50 acre farm situated i2 mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn and all necessary T SeveR to a Ulah New and ROUND TRIP to many West v card for F W D A MMNKW taken internally rids the blood Ute poisonous matter and acids which are the direct causes of these diseases AppUed externally it affords almost in Hant relief from pain while apermanent van is being effected by purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous sub MUM sad removing it from the Ot Brewta1 Q wrltMl nr but t SBWo lid Hb om tlnn In my arm aad Ican4 lri d cli Uutlgttkiftnm msdiesi workf sid alto noisier thai gii rUt obtained from 105055 I pta prescribe in sad kiadrod disuse If you are snfferlnj with rearalgia Kidney Trouble or any kin 4ftdisease w ne to us for a trial bottle of alcohol laudanum and other similar 5BK9P8 800 sia tlee SWAKION MEIMATM SURE C01PAIY sept 8e lit Lake Street Chicago evensm3 Is Jrc1Ann re4cit of lje iII jct L4em tie ola tatoueat of V fn fctevo iai of tile scr oC the Vnlvoi lty ct the faculty pf the niavorsit teed2d to place hiiofl the Ulpch llit for tin other Oil istevonsoa U clfeiblo to re cnpr the but tla ffC Uyt de1res reduce tUo given athletics at that and has jJskjm this method If the through this season It will bo a hard blow to the teamS chances this yelir 4s Is the backbone of the football team Ilg d he mid bcmcn counted upon nsf an factor against the Wolyer Bnes In the gamf between Pep and this year J No 77 210 acre faijm 150 of bdl halls and porch2 good barns 2 mea house buggy house milk farm well watered anti fenced V A farm onehalf mile tho every wanu8room two tenant hoses good stock and tobacco barn This farm nearly all lies well ifnd is in a high one to buy a nice home l right and terms easy Price 50 We also have for sale a 330 acre farm located 3j4 miles from field Ky Tie improvements on this place are excellent the being a brick six rooms hans and porches located in a beau tifully shaded yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbQild ings There is on tie farm agood orchard and plenty of small fruit plenty of land and some No 78 80 acre farm located in Marion county good 5room and church Price 2500 No 79 75acre farm well located good improvements of every kind new house and barn all lies well close to good school and a chUrches Price S3750 82 75 acre farm 2 pitIes east of Polin on pike good dwelling and barn Prfbe S30 jar acre 83 100 acres located 2 miles north of Fenwick good and to bacco barn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco land 84 90 acre farm located 4 miles east of Springfield Ky good im rr To Cure told in One Bromo Tablets MSBon tores sold in paSt2 months This Signature FOLLOW THE FLAG Cheap QolonistsBats Oregon Washington Montana Britsh Columb Neyadi Wyoming Mexicp Arizona Colorado CalifornianPoints Home Seekers Excursion points Droppostal particulars GREENE P CIJIES RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATICA lIEURILSllandKIDIIEY sys- LeDRDILAND lsaass5eforannberoIyser- ia remt OOUJUI- LSdwihasumbrotths beipbyiZ5anibotoUnd myDrtdIo- stoersomiMi FREEBbeumstls 1ouraeJrI ITorBalekyBninUti WashlnTtoa raribiii rcjasylvnna unlvewtily proailnoneo institution disbarment holdsraod StQrcnson Importaut Michigan PlacePrl bdlCUlticribsI firstclass thopikflwelling thoI ribete strictlyaThfprIce Spring dwelling twostory tobacco atelcdPricedwelling mlan Willisburg1 dwelling PriceS2600 E 5Ig A 4provemont4 racrei j r lnorlhl barn land all lies well welt fenced and watered Price 35 per acre 80 50 acje farm 6 mlles of Spring field small dwelling good barn land all lies well and mostly in grass Price 3000 87 210 acre farm near Maud KyIGood farm AH good land Gooditimprovement of every kind wenffenced and watered rights on thepike Price right and terms easy ftI 88 65 acre farm located 2 J miles ftom Springfield riglit tjpik89 135 acre farm one mile from Springfield Price 4500 JIt90 125 14 miles South 6f Lou isvilIe Ky nice place wdllfrnproved H she well one mile from railroad j a H 99 leOxicre farm located H miles from Springfield Ky right on the Jpike all lies well Good small house good bdra and place well watered 25 per acre ti100 100 ae arn2j miles from Mackville good new 6 room dwelling if stock and tobacco barn 60x40 well j and cistern good orchard and all tl j Prbottomj dofield1proved dwelling1 2 tenant houses 2 YPriceY fromSpringfield Istation r I of land Price 7 104 250 iere farm well 50ff all lies well mid in grass pike 2 mils from Springfield Ky Per acre 40 a Day Laxative Quinine f 1We 1 JJT f JJ J 1 IiLhIIfriaoe lJ = tWe offer below an attractive clubing list which includes f pSubscribersnearly all the city papers and leading jAllnW I J NEVSDEADER i year 1v CourierJournal daily u 6 4Qi 1 rTimes ctalyJ 5pb Louisville Herald dajly3i 09 j Gpurer Journal weekly fw i Louisville Herald weekly v v h jJ S Home and Farm i tJ 25f V l 1 Farmers Home Journal ii f nst v f i f Cincinnati ommerCla ITl111pe tAnfCincinnati Enquirer i lL1 6Q Country Gentleman 7 v 2OQ Breeders Gazette X rOij f Interstate PoultrymanvVVJi a130 tI OhioFarmer15tL X ndepeodentrf t 0Wr JTheCommonerk3O t k St Louis Globe QefIlocrat Jj5St Nicholas C 85av v The Delineator J tVvi l55 J Womans Home CompanIOn 11 Jf i Ajusiuto o Magazine i ifiJ 7J HarpersMagazine425 V vhr i jHarpersBazar4j t Amerman Agriculturist l35fvy i iSpecial Jate given oi many other public jtionsnot mentioned Itcve which wilUbe made known on application 7 i0 E L DAVISON Jr tt fNEWS LEADER Sprngfiera Ky r t Jt JOHN SnucK MCELROY co YR Hr McCroy r Wharton YV 1 Insurancee S Real E tateJAgentgl Fire Life and Tornado insurant I pLandt i rirOffice Over Peoples Bank Pkon AZf 1 H r Louisville isBoo ining AME Ueal j5 p nice acre r THESZ PACTS fneonie within radius of rtJy 6 miles It leads the WORLD in tharoanufactarinc of jeans turn wagoac seTetpipe boxe and in prdducfac and handling whisky solttieather cement tobaccoTix bandies and prrbers suppttM Louisville is the borne of thejargest organ factory in the world the Jarittst sop factory th the South arid one of largest plow tsar lories in the world and lhas 8 tirtxinlines LouIsville BEA UTl FULHOMES1 itscity property Valuation Is 200000000 it has tM erandastTark system In the United States and many IMC nificent public buildings and churches and Is the home of the WORLDS LEaDING COM MERCIAL SCHOOL InroH iIt this scholl do THOROUGH work tad youll nvnr b in want ofa good position in aboomSigsn termfrislnt city likLoukvi NOW Jc tima toinrestirtU CalaloctMfrM 8RYANTSTRATTONIUSIkESSCOLLEE KY ti 1i H CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH Cflk t TaD I Long distance lines and telephone of this Company enabJyoU to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indlana Southrn Illinois Kentucky T0nn ss e Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In qUIol and satisfactory communication the people ofthlgiat section of the country We solicit your patronage Rate ressen able Equipments and mM passedV Sv CALDWILL President t station bottom ABOUT a wooden elsetrtcintw s IkCOJtl with LCLANerMNHt noyoulcNow LOUI- SVlLLE35aOOO 1OUiSViLLE 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