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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i OO ZqAJI IN 1883 tFtvilMMSGQra + J J I NEW SERIESVOL X IINO 41 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY pNTUCKY OCTOBER 1I1906i 100 YEAR t iiI f F TRUSTY fr t PRACTICAL Ii DENTISTfOfUceover Havdon Barber rental work atraasoiiableprJCeS 11 work guaranteed r SPRINGFIELD KY DIRECTORYOUR SPRINGFIELD cou t1seat of Washington County 52 miles south I jjjtast tL5xinpton 59 miles from iOuisyille on BardstQvrn branch of 0Iouisville and Nashville railroad in- 1vfarming4 and agricultural distrjtt Two Banks telegraph and telephone r lines express office flour mills lumber yards Popcation 1100 population of county 15000- Representative lii Congress Hon D V fl Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative inKeutucky Legis attire Hon W D ClaybrookeF t Represcntative in State Senate Hb6 Harry Lancaster LebanonA County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth iMonday in February May dUd Octo ber IH Thurman Judge y IRIi Durham Commonwealth At If I orney v Bobt A Npe Clerk j Jtt G Leachman Master CommisV Ioner T QUARTERLY COURTBQuarterly Court is held on the third Monday in each month Blljitsey Judge COUNTY COURT County ctrt meets dir tbefonrtb Mondayinfc4ch mouthVf1LLitseyJudge w ir Booker Clerk T S Mayes County AttorneyIf George Catlett Jailer Sidney Oflbourne ShriffInSam AndersonI r HB Powell Herbert Eddlemanj D pnfie Ed Masters t James F Moore yot nty Surveyor T P OBryan Assessor W T Mitchell DeputyDRobert Noe Treasurer it J M Montgomery Coroner r JiBtlsh Supt of Common Ichoola P O Splngfield iI V CITY COURT ram R woe Police Judge Johfi Grace Marshal Vl7 F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COUXTrjn tice Courts are held in January April July and vctoberl i Church Directoryb HtJRcktf METHODIST SertRevs G W Lyon Pastor vices jjnthei First and Third Sundays in each month at 11 a m and 730 pm SundaySchool every Sunday atlOam Prayer mteHng every Wednesday tt aightaCATHOUC CURCHs jfev PF HennessaV Pastor erI jt rics werytSunday at 8 and 10 oclock ia m Services at StRosesamc bouri CHRISTIAN CHURCH V I RJV WTWldcn Fsicr SeiVi fever Sunday JBESBYTERIAN CHURCH tRevPreaching every Sunday at 11 aw ntiat1 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meetin at 7 oclockvery Thursday evening BAPTIST CHURCH Rev W m Harrison wmhIrttat Preaching every Sunday at U am i and 745 pm Sunday School everyI Junday at 930 a m Prayer meeting i t J evry Tuesday evening at 743 oclock fraternal Orders t j IASONICt000E Springfleid lodgE No 50 meets first and third Mouday ei ftach montJ Washington KrA Chapter NoS meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council o52 meets on IverY tourthMonday r KNI Hrs of THE MACAHEHS Meet ff I I ipaCbUl FOLEYS a KIDNEY CUREW- ILL CURE YOU i of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not 1 beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do 1otriskhavingBrihts Disease or Diabetes There iis nothing gained by delayl 50c and f100 Battles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES Frr sal bY R dCroFS Dr Jgct r 1t w i iJr 7 T1TdNEWSLEADER JXi PER ilJ IIROUND gJoysoWinter When the corn Is cribbed 1 nsafetji and ti e ducks are Hying1 high And the dead leaves thickly falling tejls us winter draweth nigh When the stiowclpuds gray and sow bre fly athwart the autumn skIes r Then our mouths begin to water for the mince and pumpkin pies W hen the frost is on the pumpkin and the fodders in the shockiI Its a joy to hear the notice that it- halfptstsix oclock Sijcpmv of course were meaning and we ru h to seize the prize Juicy slabs of mothers pastry good old mince and putapkin pies AlLthe Frenchified concoctions on the high toned bill of fare Well pass up in scorn and leave them to their glory lying there- orat tioineAipon the table is a sight to plqase o iCes nd o rst nl thsfatsand juicy homemade mince and pumpkin pies Old Lucullus history tells us ate his the tongues of nightingales But such rood before mas pastry iinto airy nothing pales And I know that old Lucullus fromI his tomb would fain arise heknew the joys abiding in those mince afajd pompkin pies Course thq first a slice of pumpkin second course g slice of mince hid ahdlourth a repetition noth ing better Ive seen sinc- ereakfastdinner swapper tween times nothing better neath the skies Than these choicest gifts of winter lucious mince and pumpkin pies When theii ce is gently boiling and the ovens piping hot When tide piecrust is made ready and the pumpkins in the pot prepare myself for feasting great est joy before me lies the shape of rich and juicy h meI made mince and pumpkin pies Commoner iX utJES FOR TOTING =Amorg the rules adopteft1by the- emocrtIc State Kxiecutivb Committee for holding tlje Stprimary on November 6th is the following which reads In said election any known Democratj who will 03 a legall voter on the 6th day of November 1906 and who shall have registered ai p Democrat where regisl ration is by law and who shallI have voted forDr Democratic nominee for Congress oiiNover- ner6h19O6shall a be entitled vote in said primary and it shallI e the duty of the jjc1es of elecj i irni at each prechict to propound tOjhevoxer the question Have jtoii voted for tne Demo cratic nominee for Congress ocayVjand if the voter stialj i in the affirmative he shjalli be allowjed to vote but if he ani wers f iin the negative he sia not be Allowed 1to vote in said primary The resolution allowS ing youqgmen who will be legal voters Covers 6th 1907 to vote in iaidi primary is in conict wjtht the statutes and shall be rescin ded It is claimed by some good authorities on such matter battheIe fequicj g the voter to state whether or hot he voted for the Democratic nominee wUl cause trouble inasmuch as iit forces a voteyto rev al how h e votes vJldrhus destroys the ecrecy of the ballot The com nittee made pne mistake in passing a resplutioa al wing youDg i men who will become of age be- tfore November 1907 to vote a the primaryi but it wiselyi reiscindedthat It seems to us that it WQulq be a wise move 10 rescind tbisj other rule OOP ROADS AND MAIL insterested in frEe rural mail ser vice should also take Jan inter est in good rodss announ Willilook t ill g ldeliveryl pres requirement is Roads traversed shall be kept in good condition and be unobstru9ted y gates there must be no un bridged creeks or streams not fordable at any season of the year In many cases residents along proposed routeshae made improvements that enable them toobtaiil rural delivery service but sometimes the efforts i01 k ep up thE pads are relaxed But the government has decided tat unless the roads traveled lj iyj the rrirreproper1v raain mw iroW ii- Of TALK 401 tainedVtheservice C will be with drawn The Postoffice Depart ment now calls on the carriers for reports on the roads and will stop the service where the highways are bad The government does not hesitate to discontinue a mail route if the roads are not kept in good shape and more routes are abandoned for that than any other reason Washington county wil soon have in operation seven rural routes covering a distance of 185 miles on public roads These roads are generally under the supervision of the county authorities but to a great extent individual citizens are re sponsible for their condition Every citizen should lend a help ins hand to food road conditions for the sake of rural routes if for no other reason irEW ENTERPRISES Spring CAVa field is about to enjoy let us hopeaiiew era of new enter prises1 A new creamery to cost 5000 and to finnish a market for thousands of gallons of cream from the farmer anddairymen of the coujtly is an assured thing The mpney has already been subscribed the company organ zed and a suitable site for the building will soon be selected There lS also talk of building a canning factory for the purpose of utilizing the fruits and vege bles grown on the farms of the neighborhood These enterprises are to be built by home capital and managed on the coopera live plan Among other enter prises in which the town stands in need is a home laundry The NEWSLEADER has for a longtime advocated the organizing of la Commercial Club and now that tbeseenterprises ara on foot the necessity of such an organization is empasized more than ever Doctors M He Would Nut Live Peer Fryt Woodruff Prf writes After doctoring for two years with the best physicians in Waynesburg Land still getting worse tbe doctors advised me if I had any business to attend toT had betterattend to It at once as I could not posfibly live an other month as there was no cura for me Fqlcys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend and I immediately sqnt fly Bon to the store for it and after takirg tnree bottles I began to get better and continue ta improve untilI was entirely well Taxpayers Notice Your taxes for 1906 are now due and the penalty will go on Nov V Under the enew law which recently wntinto effect after november 1st your taxes can not be paid to me anda tax warrant will be issued against you by tne county clerk and ex ecutdd within ten days thereafter making an additional cost to you of 18 per cent Come before NQvland save cost execution and sale tJ S O oourne Sheriff of W 0 Lot Faith 0 M Ballard an applicant for postmaster pf Danville left hisV hbnie at Faulconer five months ago and nothing has been beard of him since He was working for N I Bpster the well known farmer and stockman whose farm lies partly in this and Boyle counties One day Mrs Buster remarked that some of her turkeys were missing The fowls had often strayed away before Ballard said that he would take a look for them dinner and he started out illafter shirt sleeves leaving the at the residence The tur keys cane home that night or the next morning but nothing hassfnce been heard of Ballard His belongings are still where he left them five months ago and his coat still Remains at the nsterhome Ballard spent considerable time in agitating the question of calling on Con gtess to enact laws mote favorable to the tobacco raisers and i less favorable to the tobaccoII 1He was a staunch Republican and last winter rode t through the county seeking i signatures to petition request ing President apI point him postmaster ofDanville He got bis signatures out in the county but made no special effort to secure signers in the city After petitition of Ole length had been obtained he forwarded it to Washington Th6 Preident turned down his application und as a result some say he sought a home in Canada are under some other nag than the stars and stripes A repit has also been current to the ef fect that his mind had been affected for several months previous to his disappearance and it is said that ho had once been an inmate of the Lexington la sane Asylum Some of his friends believe that he committed suicide in some out of the way place but the prevailing impressions iis that he lostt confidence in himself and the United States when he was refused the post mastership by the president Ballard announced for ASSESSOI of Boyle county four years ago on the Republican ticket but withdrew He formerly lived in Harrodsburg and worked in a tobacco warehouse and was an expert in bis line Harrods burg HeraldV A Badly Beel GIrl or bey man or woman is quick Jy out of pain if Bucklens Ar nica Arnica Salve isV applied promptly G J Welchl of Tekonshct Micji says 1 use it in my family for cuts Sores and all skin injuries and find it perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healing salve made 25c at C J Haydons drugstore Much Damage Theheavy rains of the pasti week have done an immense amount of damage to the farmers in the western part of this county and in Washington Those live ing along tbe creeks and rivers have suffered the greatest loss A numberofpersons from that sections who were in the city Monday said that the damage wopld ammquut to hundreds of dolars and coming as it did at this time after the crops have been made and ready to be put in the barns made it all the more serious as some who had lost heavily of their corn and tobacco could ill afford the loss In tbe Duncan vicinity Mr C W Sims lost almost his entire crop of tobacco Some of it was washed completely away while the remainder was almost ruined by being covered with mud and water Mr B A lassie of the same section also lost a great amount of his to bacco A great deal of fencing has also been destroyed by the tide in the streams Near Kirk land in Washington county tho iron bridge which spans Bcayer Creek between Antioch and Leathers Store was lifted from its abutments and washed a mile down stream l Chaplin river has also been on a tear and serious damage is re- Ported from several Se Harrodsburg Democrat tionsI When a horse Is overworked it Hem down and in other ways declares its inability too further you would cots sider it criminal to use force Many a man of human impulses who would not willinglv harm a kitten is guilty of cruelly when his own stotnrca 1F1 concerned Overdriven Overworkecir whOa whnt it needs is something that will digest the food eaten arid help the stomach to recuperate Something like Kodol For Dyspepsia that is sold byUie Red Cross Drug Store A Negro Shot To Death Hopkins wile Ivy John T Goode a farmer living six miles east of this place shot and instantlykilled Lindsey Leave a negro laborer liying on an ad joining farm Ihis morning Me Goode came here at once and surrendered to the authorities His statement is that the negro Ion yesterday visited his home imade1improper Mrs Goode reported the matter to her husband pn his return at night This morning hie took his gun and found the negro digging potatoes in his garden and told him he had come to killI him Leav ll began ito protest that the oilier nairio was the gQIlly person but Gpode fired toree loads of shot into his body RURAL ROUTE CHANGES Rural Mail Routes Out of Springfield Reorganized An Additional Route Put On Beginning November 16th there will bea reorganization and a change in schedule of the free rural mail service out of Springfield The service is to be greatly improyed and one entire new route which takes in an important territory is to be established The following are the changes to be made Route Number II is to be hang ed to run as follow Beginning at Postoffice the carder will go Northwest to city limits thence 1orlhJ est on Louisville pike to the L F Clements corner thence West to the R L demerits firm one quarter mile and retrace thence Northwest On Lou isville pike Frejderickstown thence Nprlh west to Fredericks town Post Office and return thence Southeast add South to the Mu r phy corner thence North east to the Cecil corner thence South to the St Marys pike thence Northeast to the Post Office TQtal length of route 27 miles Route Number 3 will go as follows Beginning at the Post Office the carrier will go Nor th east to the city limits thence Northeast to the Mackville Post Office thence Southwest to Long Lick ci eek thence Southwest toI the Fizgerald corner thence South to the Springfiald Post Office Leugtj of route 27k miles Number of houses 157 jt will be seen that the carrier viil start out oh this route and go direct to Mackville instead of out the Willisburg road as here tofre4V This aso means the discontinuance of Star Route c rrfer service as the Rural carriers will carry the through wail toIackyilleVThe new rout no 5 will run as follows Beginning at the post office the carrier will go north west to St Rose pike thence southwest to the Cecil corner thence northwest to Thps Wheat leys corner thence north to S T Audersnns corner thence west to the county iDfirmarycor ner thence southwest to Mcln lirepostoffice thence m a west erly direction to Blincb thence southwest to G sburg thence in a easterly direction to the Qs borne corner thence east to Shepherds run thence north to St Marvs pike thence north east to Springfield Total length of route 27k miles number of houses 102VTrue and tried friends of the fam ily DeWitta Little Early Risers Best for results and bct to take Rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes follow the use of these dependable little piUs They do not gripe or sicken Sold bj the Re ss Drug Store Bardstown Telephones I A mass meeting of the citizens of Bard town convened at the courthouse Monday evening and by decisive vote instructed the itsloriginalhe Telephone and Telegraph Company of 125 per month for residence telephones and 225 for business telephones The Cumberland Company made proposition to the Council of f My Hair Ran Away Dont have a falling out with your hair It rnightleave you THen what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home Fasten it tightly to your scalp You can easily do It with Ayers Hair Vigor It is something more than a simple hair dress ing It is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food Tho befit kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years VVLVUS IVV far J Ayer Co LoTrell VMS Also mnnuftioturera AMadIl 9 QPILLS Cl O 125 on residenc telephones and 275 on business telephones and the Council submitted the prop osition tq the massmeeting with the result giyqn above The flrtblrendorseC1the telephone controversy and gave them a vote of confidence in any action they might take inreI gard to the matter iirf the future It has been suggested that the citizens of Bardstown erect a anqltopart lines as rapidly as they are constructed and that other towns in the county do likewise thu3 owning their own Jines being independent of future raising of rates by any company and keeping abut S80CO to 10000 annuallyin Nelson coun ty that is now being paid to a foreign corporation The Independent Long Distance Company proposes to furnish long distance onnections for the tolls and to make connection in sixty i Jays Itis said that the Cumberland Company proposes tore Love its wires and poles as j rapidly as possible and DO doubt some definite action up n1he part of the citizens will be taken in a short timebta dardi Notice to farmers ufeBourbAnyou want to keep your hogs free from lisease We wilt sell you a gallon of this remedy you can use it for thirt lays and if it does Snot keep your hiofs In perfect health during this time yoji need not pay for the medi ine Isnt this the fairest proposi i Lion you ever heard of Costs only cts per month foreach hog and the extra gain in flesh caused from its use more than pays for the cost 6f the remedy C J Haydon Sprin gfieldl Ey H t Allant Such Men A New York emploveit closed a recent lletter to Hapgood the national organization bf brain brokers withj the follow ing description pf men he d sired for several responsible position Men wjio are not for sate men wbo are honest and sound from center to circumferenc rue to the hearts core men who will condemn wrong in friend or foe in themselves as well as others men whose consciences are as steady as the needle tto the pole men who will stand for the right if the heavens totter J land reell men who cans jtell the j truth and look the world and the devil right in th eye men who neither brag nor run men who neither flag nor flinch men who have courage without whistling for it and joy without shouting to bring it men to whom the currentof everlasting life runs still and deep atd strong men who know their place and fill jt men who mind their own busi ness men who will DOC lie men who are willipg to earn what they eat and perform what thy are paidlfrdohig Blood Pison1n 0 results from chronic constipation which is qjiickjy cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all poisonous gennsfrbm the system and ipfuse new life and vigori cure sour stomach aausia headache dizziness and colic withoutgriping oivdiscorail fort 25cJ Guaranteed by aJ j Haydon drnegist still 11000 rj The meeting of the Bo rd of Controrbf tfye State Fair yesterday afternoon which was to havE been the last one found the accounts of the treasurer not inj J condition to be closed and thE final meeting was deferred until next Saturday after the meeting of State Development conyemion at Winchester It developeq that additional receipts had kept pace with the disbursements so that the profitsof the fair willl remain at about 11000 It was requested that therepoit of the treasurer should not be published and although Jacob W Brigman had prepared copies for the newspapers they wq ire I withheld and tne final rep rt will be the oueto seethe light oi publicity The members of the board were so pleased by thesuccj- s of the fair that much of the ss sion was given over to the adop ting resolutions directing that letters of thanks be written tov ihoe who are credited with the success of the enterprise These letters wilt be writtento Mat T Vinn of the Jockey Club thank ing him for bis cdurtesies to John J Tefordof ihe Board of Trade and cbairman of the Trans portation for obtaining such favorable rates to the fair to Lewis Y Johnson chairman of the Publicity and Promotion Committed of the fair for h F excellent work in thatcapacity to Capt Jacobs and the members of the Poice Department fort their services during laIr week The date for the next meeting at which the report will be made to the State Board of Agriculture was fixed by resolution After the next meeting the Board of Control wilt stand adjourned until there is further call fQrits services The following mem bers were presf nbat tbeineeting in the Commercial Club offices UbitVreelandI Hudson anl George L Danforill Courier Journal A Yonnt MotlJr at JO My mother has sMi3denly been made ToungatTO Twenty years of intense sofferirfg had entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric fitters whicfc have completely cured and restored thc strength and activity she had in the prime of life twrites MrsfT jJvL pilpatrick ol Danforth Me Greatest restora tive medicine on the globe Sets Stomach Liver and Kidneys right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weaknesses Wonderlil Nqrve onic Price SOc Guaranteed by C J Havdon druggist An UnjusLI Mr J Mark Wort4ap attor ney of Paducah brought suit against the Register Publishing Co of Paducah in he Living stem circuit court fjr 50000 damages for alleged llib1l After an expensive tralof buttwo weeks Judge Gordon gave per emptory instructions and asked the jury to return verdict of SljOOOagaiLst the Register Pub CoV f V Remember that both of these parties reside in Paducah yefr i under the law it was brought in Livingston county i The libel bill which was before the last legslatura that und rtook to correct this injustice agains newspapers by compelling all such suits to be brought in the countY where the newspape is located But this juist andim portant bill was defQ tecKby one vote Hence 4n this otje Instance the injustice of the law no doubt cost the Register Pulp Co be tween 500 and lOOClmore than it would have cost if the suit had been brought m the county where both parties resieM Y field Messenger WANTEDSchool having new attractive propositioQ wishes energetic man or woman to visit towns in Kentucky God salary and expenses paid weekly pr8lJ H Moor PiymouthPlace t ChicaoIllf IIjrk t t L Brandbnbtfrg Kyf Oc- t3pecial4n 6 unofficiali count pff ilbe local option electioh in Mestde county today gives the wets the scant majority offiye votes out of some 1000 or 14700 eslji i mated to have beWiast Tht wets held jollification meet ings tonight The election was a hot one Women sang on tht streets and during the afternoon the churcli beils were runsr by those fur ihering the tight of the dirys If an article ia imitatee the origina is always best Think itover enc vhen you go tduy that pox of salyjt to keep around the house get De Witta Witch Hazel Salve It is th original and the name is tamped or- Jvery box Good for eczCuiao tett r jotls cuts and bruises and especially ecommended for piles aold by the edCross Drug Stor cjlfoW Tor Z1daV3 7W- II r I t i tiii sl S I11iON 1 I 1004Y4RjG- tflhUhlH1MiniiP 4 A MATTER OflIIALJW itOY4iVI l KI G jAji A Fewdorfroo iASMThEtSTilVN Paiiir4eenT i The news from the tobacco fields is to the effect that th4 leaves are dropping off of the Ualk This is said to be iti In r stances where Pal is green wa used freely to till tobacco worms that preyupon the leaves The trains have washed the poison v down the stilm tp the stalk and its deadly effect is to rot th4 stem from the stalk before t plant matures Itii evident thAt the crop las been dawiag1 s t to a certain extent byatoolibexj jfe Ial use of Paris green many f frrmers j applying it without aniy adulteration or mixing flbTBr iwithiti t V What effects this is intttot jhave on the sale or maretiig j i 4 remains to be seen Farmersiv will in anyeyentbavp to aba don theqse ofthis ftufi to the future and diacovernsome cb rf way of cbping with the woraasi to if the labor cannot fae bt1W catchjthtnx fr There is one other sure and iL much cheaper remfedf hictj i farmers neglect at the proper f time because the neceasitj lbrf x prompt and cooperative aetio1tl is overlooked ortlot forced pr on them Why cannot plamttrfi ras they are now organized axree o take uniforai action ndQJcobalt inathe spring to dewtroy the fly or miller that I4ej1fsi c LfTbt scarce Jhe p stfew yean bj iI winf4landij tdestroying the crj ilis in tteji f rj eartI i t This fall the earth will bii literally U d with JIlaturedoE r bacco wbrme farmed into crjii U Us tocome out in showers olilieW4 next spripg unless the ida irous farmers fallow their lafcdj t t rthng up the crysilie ki VeM destroyed by the winter froaiteipf t This however is not toWde jri pended uponand the sur wayt iis toorgauize for war 6y tt t the use ofcobalt Sve Jip3cR Its ed mike rich beds or rpwiff ttibir qui k growth and ystenl r jtically killi the fiiesKy ObK server j SA dold is much pore ea ily eed 1 when the bowelsI are opsi XMMljr f1 Laxative o eyaDd T r 1t f Q4tPltIVsystemr 1 Thirty Dollars X IVMr aiMrs David tv bfliY who live near Bradfordiville f leturned Wednesday from Mb J cer county where they ape tr- I week With relatives WhUe eavhijr the triiol at HarroisVurf f tile day ftblitardvalUettI Mrs Wright fo ther jJockMpVkT i which cqntaitl thirty doUarf 1f She did otrIber1OM kr ibput fiy0 miniate i when a ill llent search was made lor tie d reaisure which is y tab has f failed to idb4 lNl1ittrace of 1 fhe toes worriejd Mri Wrijrht j greatly who 4eclsre she woull lever again carry money tl1pocketbook swinging from IMJT j trm Mr Wrightwbo bad jjMt enough cbange left to giiSCk ii A Leban9n on pnnAOl tf Kw byjapaying there was llQMeerllll v V over spilfcinHfc EntpcLa r 4 ft Inu ncfInsure in tha Fanaeri ltMtf Inur nceC11J oi Junction Jitj Cy the only tompnj in he State that niakea any claim ofptyingiUi ii It TJIE NEWSLEADER PUIUSRXD JJVEKT THURSDAY al A YEAR IN ADVANCE I SPRINGFIELD KY I E X DAVISON Jr a T oeftt or Tn lness notices 10 cents per ach ubequenUnsernon Cells on candidate Aud political matto Job work Is done at low rates but cash t b iHidtn delicti til AoTertlsiBg contracts made on liberal ICR Obitvftrfmi ant resolutions oCr spect- tf atiperllaA- XXOV1WIZNT5 ccMy ifeftf strata Jt 250 OtetrlctGMHces 1000 t r rTHURSD Y OCT 4 1906 For Congress We are authorized to announce M L HEAVRIN of Ohio county as a candidate for Congress from the Fourth C jagressfg ionai district on the Republican ticket KTectioni i November 6 1900 We are authorized to announce Robert Noe j as acandidate for thejofflce of Clerk of the Washington Circuit court Subject to the action of the Den cratic party1 One of the most scurrilous attacks we have ever read was that made by W P Walton in t the State Journal on Editor Reed 33mbryof the Danville News on account of some political differences Embry dame back at the fiery editor ot the Frankfort L machine organ in terms a little more choice out equally as severe lGov Beckhams home county of Nelson is tile only one but of fifteen or twenty that has voed on the County Unit law ita vote t4 wet Governor Beckhatm who i f professes such iLtelest In the law showed his insincerity by not even going home to vote By their fruits ye shall huow t them ETown News Hardesiy Schoolhouse As I have been absert from columns of your paper for sqme time Iwilltrv and write a few iitems that will interest the I readers Miss Dnie Parish spent Sat urday and Sunday the pleasant iuest of Miss Lettie Bishop Mrs SaiKe Goodlett and littJe daughter Ola spent baturday and Sunday with her mother Mr Wells of Antioch Mr Russell Hardin and sister lyjissBell spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ivan sate i of poMackville ofMr W S Y Gnodlett and ohlit Ie danghtes1 Valeria iand Jennie spent Sunday with SamIi Goodlett of near Springfield j The farmers of our section sre about through cutting and hous jag their tobacco and I guess most all other farmers are too So I guess Uno willnotbe fcbtheredwith tobacco orm aDY longer Mr John Reed u d Miss Mar ba Tucker of near Fredericks burg were the pleisant gupsts at tUnhomp ot Mr J H Grays Monday night J Foot DC JImposed UDuU Folpy Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat andtnlf remedy and on account of the greatt jii rit and popularity of F61eyrs Hou ey and Tar many j 2 itations are offer edforthe gfenuine Ask for Foley Honey and Tar and refuse any substi tote affered as no other preparation y will ffive the Stifle satisfaction It iie mildly laxative It codtains no opi ates and fis Bfest for children ftnd dalicato persons fcolp by Red Cross Drug Store AThon THil1 a i Miss Ella TobingKho las been r visiting relatives at Baidstown returned hom Sunday accompa nipd by Miss Lzzie Handrahan 1 Miss Ida Hav don was the fUtt of Mrs Leo Haydori of- Spiingpeld6prday fl Miss Adray Canary TVUS the guest of Miss Jennie Haydoi Monday nrgot Misses Tiois and Elizabeth Jormston visited 1iss Annie Barrtih SundaVand Monday Mr R C Canary and Miss 14IIIIrIlor were the Quests off SundayIMi hiidiMrs Oscar Bottoms vp j thc gie1e of jfllT r Jim Jiallr v J unday jiTitvvhs has been j I 6sorne Ui nc h s 1eturned home here te Iteills to spend ike winter FOIiCETMENOT c gtetv the b3wleVopen when jou iwYeaculd aai ureagood remedy to Vailays the inflammation of the uinpous mkrobrants The blst is Kennedys r Laxative Honey and Tar It con j tinno opiate moves the bowels drives ofttjtbecoid It Is reliable rfnd ttMtNloc1 Sold by the Zed Cross- Jrvf Stcre t34i w = l nO Cola anffHnotnOf The seasort first cold may be slight may yield to early treatment bule next cold wrli hang bar longer at will be more troublesome too Un necessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a as well as a preventiveI I COTT3 EmUlSION when colds bound and youll hrfVe n9 cold Takeit ben the cold is contracted t and it checks inflamma Lion liealsjtbfe membranes of the throat and lungs and d rives the cold oirt Send for free sample SCQTT nOV E Qheiists XC94I5 Pearl SireetSew York SOc and 100 a Ml drntste WHiisbuEg 1- rMrs Maria Bailey wp has been the guestQC her sister Mrs Mary Hughes has return ed to her homepn Louisville Misses Elizabeth and Blanch Shit ley attended churchat Freedom Sunday Fred Sutherland was in Chap last Friday on business MrT F Reynolds was in Harrodsburg last week Mrs Allen RansdaMl and chilj dre have returned from a visit to friends and relatives at Bp hon Mrs Lena Suttpn of DeKalb Ill has returned after a three weeks visit fto tier daughter Mrs Sims Jf Mesdaines M Grume and J If Welspei1t l llt Wednesday atBirch wood J Lester Gibbs who has been ill of typhoid fever for several weeks past iis able to be put again Miss Klattid Lee Brnwn and tittle brother Harold1of Louis yule are visiting their grand mother Mrj3 A B Wells John Turn4r and Mrs1 Bailey visited at Tabjow few days llast week f Mr TJ Miller has gone to Louisville to be gone two weeHs Misses Maeiud Milla Coivin vho have had fever arc much reproved and we hope they may sobn De able ito be out again Mr William Baker and family have moved to Danville where they will make tbeir future home Mr L W Jenkins and family left last Thursday for Moures vllle Ind where Mr Jenkjns will engage in business Dr S M Uruma and wife will occupy Bourns in the Hyatt property Dr Grume will prac tire his professionr here Mr ChasJBlantun and daugh ter Miss Miry were gnesls of W S Gibes and family list w e1rfj jj Mrs Thomas Wilson has returned from two weeks visit to Louisville Born to the i wife of W Harlcw on last Sun av a boy Mrs Lize McMillan and lit lie son Donavon are guests of Mrs Tom foe ir JMr Unfits FstiwalI nxive bis family to Springfield Wed nesday of this week Mrs WS JGHbbs will leave Friday for Xioijisville where she wpeksMri ife spent Sunday with friends at Litsey r Mr John Turner spnt Sunday and Monday at Rose Hll rvIr S M Crume visited Mrs Opera House iatarday i Oct 13IjOne flight Only 11TheFaQ1 US Brothers Royer Ie In The Newf NEXT DOOR The Great est Trick Acro Ibratl Farce ComeJy Sdqctiicuar in the World 1 h3 eapty Chorus SEEc 5he Mavvejous Acrobats i IjIjhe Wonderful Deavilo t 2he GreatlrickScenery- kntbeoriginalI ROVER BROTHERS IfIOarlotd ectsfDoni ioing Show of the Season Prices 25 665 and 50IO Centf t- I Seats on sale at Red Cros Dru Sore r 1 I dI JJ A Sharp from Thursday till SundnyAILeoGibbs who is attending school in Springfield spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents b refM essrs Joe Thompson and Walter Humes of Mackville werfiin our town Sunday after noon Hartwell Etberingtonsprnt several days last week in lIar rodsburg on busines v Mrs Lida Reynolds is visitibg her mother Mrs L H Hardin who has beQii quite ill Mr S R Yeager was in BloonifieldMonday Mrs Otta Yea gei visited her parents ut Mooresville the first of the week Mrs T J Miller was SpringBed shopping Mondays inI A convention of the Sunday School wi 1 be lheld at the Chri tian church at tlvs place Saturday October 13 be ginuin ai oclock aIll Bfill1 Prom Tile PI8ll8 Theres grave danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unlessvou take Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and For1stGodsend to people living in dimates where coughs and colds prevail L find it quickly ends tnemr It prevents pneumonia cures la grippe gives wondprfal relief in Asthma and Hay Fever n icr makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off consumption coughs and colds 506 and 1 Guar nted by C J Haydpirs drujj store Trial botile free Valley Hill Mrs John Kays and daughter of Polin rein oui midst Wed nesday 1 Miss B ttie Mock who assist ed Mrs VF Moran during her recent Illness her honfe ax the returnedroI Mr Henry Crouch Bridge ws in our miustWednes day Misiscs Susie and Bar tha El gertpn accnnpanied by their motier of Hillsboro visited rel atives in this section Tuesday Mrs Rose Montgomery whQ has been with Mrs S T Hardin of this ptace for several months returned to her homo near town Thursday onaccount of illness Mr Sabe Hardin who iis saw ing a large bill of lumber for the Grundy Orphanag f spent Saturday and Sunday with his fami ly at this place JD B and S G Redd ix were in PolinTuesdav land dealing Mr William Guess and wife spent Tuesday in Polin for the purpose of purchasing Lana Mr and Mrs R L Goatley visited rejatives in Springfield Thursday aW attended the shQW Mrs Susie McElroy of Leb anon attended the funeral of the infant child of Mr and Mrs Drye of that pace here Wea nes day Mrs Thomas Baker of near HillsborOj was in our nrdst Friday Miss Susie EdgeTton of Wit lisburg jis visitirg for uncle Mr E S Jane of this place Misses Mable and Louie- Tdckrtnd little brothe who are attending school at prng field visited their patents ui this placef Saturday aid Sunday Mis imoxene Goatley who has been seriouslyilt of typhoid fever is cOlateccntat this writing It seems that a first class thirf struct our seciion last yik A large patcd of grQen beans and tomatoes belonging tj Mrs Bur gess Pinkston was raided arid Mrst3 TvHurdin hdaack of clothing WhICh had betti pre pvred for washing stolen on Monday while ftfV B DuI lurd lost two good bracas aid a couple of bits As usual the circus foyer struck our section last week and everyone xvas wild in a sense to attend the Old Vitgibin Show iin towr Thursday However work was of such a nature that many were compelled to stay at home and e joy them selves with a days labor while those that did a tend enjoyed themselves to the fullest event The wedding festivities re sulted in a cutting affray last Saturday nght in whih flem Catsingar and Palmer Cheathom partIcipated Cuisingercut Mr Cheathatus throat and the ash came n ar reaching vital organs Mr Jbeathjirn is doing nicely after having his wounds attend ed by Dr Snehan of Maud who found it necessary to take seven stitches in order to close and Sleddingprevent Misses Midgj and Bessie Lair of Louisville are visiting their mpthesp at this place this week- S G Rddix and wife dined at Elm Hill Sunday Mr T Jir Hnydpn1 who has been visiting his daughter for the pnst few weeks has returned tEhp Hil- lHarry Derringer and Slamuel Grigsby visited neat Chaplin Sunday Mr Ab frpnes and Miss Arl Chapltnleiyed byfriends here SattirdayI evening By reqirst ff Mr Harry Dar rcringer I wsh to correct the I htatement in regard to the tire that orijrindted in his barn 1at week He says it is positively untrue Incessant rains during the p st two weeks have caused many farm rs to have hs blue Much tobacco has been ruined in the patch and corn is rotting Not being heavy enough to turn downward the water ran into the buck and rotted it the base of the ear iT wouldpresentthe editor with a dozen ears of the dn st corn heI has ever yet seen ifI had it Mr J E Shelby sold during the past week from his ex ra hfiuof Do roc Jerseys some of the finest hogs we have seen To Mr Tom Snider of Chaplin two females and one male Price S12per head Also two gilt tr Mr Wil Snider at 12 Me Will Hays of Bloomfield pu r chased one male shoat at SlO- Th se nre the finest stock hogs eyec owned iin this If at first you sectionItry try the News The railroa1 company is up hAvlItry Chord It is much easier tor de feat W J Bryan Town fover has struckour section Illinois fever Moores yule scarlet fever Maijd circus fever Springfield and political fever the stato in general If Mr Noe was a Republican it Would be equally as hard to find a man who would pit against him Quito interesting indeed to know that your humble scribeis compared toU Porjiei menot Tor I assure you when he measures you bv his halt bushel its correct or mpre so than con ceivable notwithstanding the fact that Thorn Hill isnt represented excessively in our columns it is very enterprising They sell anything you want even expert swimmers who swim the creek everftime it rises just to show the girls how green they are I guess Fo get me not goes along and car ries the clothes Uno Blok PflisoDiDS results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all poisonous germs from the sysem and infuse new life and vigor cure sour stomach nausia headache dizziness and colic withoutgriping or discomfort 25c Guaranteed by C J Haydon dru zgist MOORi S7I LEj Born on Tuesday Ocober 2d to the wife of Speed L wis a 32 lb son We are having some settled weather which is favorable to the farmers There will be some wheat sown this week Sorghum making is tthe order of the day Married at Midway by Rev W H Yuncev Mr Albert Janes 10 Miss Haljie Shehan tten dants Mr John Jeans and Miss Nettle Bobhtt After which they repaired to the home Tof the brides mother Mrs Ida Cheatham where they took dinner The ceremony was performed at highj noon Mr Dode Chesser and wife re turned toi their home at Mon mouth Illinois last Tuesday Mr W B Walls sale was well attended las Savnrdny Every tbinir broughtfair prices J N Buys and R Mv Arnold each had V car load of coal shjpped to Booker lastweek Several of our bojs were over to Vobdlawn htt Saturday night Lookout for another wedding ore long Thee has been no pastor called to the New Hope Baptist church as yet Miss Ardie Wall is qj its sick with tin oat iroube Mr Jas WVIlen of Bloomfitld with his wife passed through here last Sundav en route to Mr Palmer Grunds There was prayer meeting and Sunday Sdbool at New Hope church last SundarJj Those who dined with Mr and Mrs T D Sweeny ilast Sunday were MI at d Mrs DodeChesser of Illinois Mr P H Moore Mooresville Mr C A F Wall and family Robert Sweeny and family Choplin Win Sweeny and family WoodlawiijMr Ham Swc nev and family Ilinois Mr Ed Y cum and faintLy l1 MooPesyille All enjoyeda good time It iU reported that a fight OCt curred last Saturday night in which Palmer Chtatbams ihroat waS put but the particulilis have rioi learned 9tt Zion Echoes t 1Ias1tprare at home with her mother fQr a two weeks stay Mr and Mrs Bailey Pinkston spent Sunday with Mrs Mattie j Briggs of near Polin Mr H B Bonta and wife spout Sunday and Monday with the latters niece Mrs Nannie1 Crume Mrs S R Bayne and Miss Mattie Haydon visited at Polin one day last week Mr J B Hayes and son James were in Springfield Mohl day on business 4 1 J LrMrs R A Russel and daugh II1nfIIhaveII to relatve at Ha rdsburgIMiss Fannie Dawson who has rI been spending jew days whither sister Mrs Ohas Williams returned to her home Sunoay accompanied by her sister The Tattlrr Talham Springs We are slad to report little Clarence Carpenter Jetter aftP a serious case ofpnemonia but are sorry to learn that Asa Fos ter is very sick with typhoid lever Thp proracted meptmg cJoed tthis nlace last Wednesfav Oct 3 We are glad to say we had a great meeting under the the management of our pastor Rv Hatctiett as istPd by Riv Boothof Taylor yil1e There were thirty add d to the church 25 biotized and n by letter Everyone was woli pleased w Rev Booth and all were sonto bid him farewell bur they paidhim the nat little sum of inIwanted to come Mr Charles Burkhend ad wife of Brush Grovp were the nnddaughterSilasBurkhead Wednesday Mr Matt Royalty And wife of Ashbrooke vrthe wplcomp sruoRts of his brothers John and Shep Royalty nt this place Sat ur Jay night and Sunday MCS Flosa Durr of TaWow visited her uncl Npwt Dennis and family the first of the week The singing school that was taught by Prof Sanders of Fairview clbsod list Sunday night with good attendance orIBrush Grove werp thejguess of Mr Joe Burkhead and family last Tuesday There are several frrtrrf tthis place contemplating at eorling the unday School convention at Willisburg 0 t13 Well t will close hoping to SOP S grpat many places reprosentpd in the good old N ysL af pr this week Come again We Two YOu are always welcome Hyacirithi FnJll lon JUnta Urlglit yellow gloves are a new fan cyTbey nre thought particularly chic with Mack tailor frocks Quite the smartest rainy tiny coat If a black and white checked silk era venetted of ourse trimmed1 with black satin collar and cuffs and Wg white pearl buttons For Feminine Comfort Charming effects In negligees can be realized with the daintily figured chnl Us and Inejcpetislvo silks not to mini tlon the many pretty washing fabrics of which no one need deny herself sQII pleasing accessory The sack shown IUj l a few tucks at the neck front a fnuclful collar which may be imulo very attractive with lace or rH bon and long short or llowlng sloeros Thu girdle around tthe waist may be ouilt It a loose flowing amek 1ll ItIIi fled Sntlii In rIIs greatly In cvhlenea as n fabric anti in combination dull luster cloths aid sjlks likewise satin surfaced weaves of various lortH for entire costumes t this by way of contrast triniuiod tth dull fuced cloths or velvet 8urjj Jtlrii JweIrT The predominant pattern In jewelry liOTf being sold Is the bjrd which ap pears In brqochos ornaments for the ar bolts bucklos andl Jhairpins j IXlt Icrrlnc 0 ucvraimpcr says Washington surely has picked up a lively ball player in Nig Perriue of Kan aB City He is a real star It his habits do not get tim worM of him PoiTliie has been guilty of Idbklug on the wine st uurciwouKUlc hours since he came Into his fortune and tooruiuou money may be his ruin Daclmll Iirjnrlcn Injuripi liavw l1151 s fryiuent this season that only fourteen players In the entires American league circuit have bcoinjlo tto participate In every t ga2K that lrs been played by their re spective ubi The Atblotlcs anti St I jub hare boon the luckiest In CIeeI dow from InjurIesI StahlIJIauagcr Armour of Detroit has many kind worth for Sake Staht saying that he hail th 2 rough edges knQCkcd oft tIngtonclub t It would be foolish to drop him Just at t u time when he was getting to know nil 7w J=i1 q 1ICUITS I 44ELDMANMAKL r4 We are Mens a of our J this Fall and have a line and that c sft will make them hf lr d J I Hr t4 J At J I I st te c o or C I 1r tL rtL r rIFree Trip tq The Retail Merchants As3o Elation of Louisville will refund in C ish your round trip fare based on excursion rate on the following October 13 51o November 17 December 3 to Per further particulars apply to- T V BECKMAN Manager Retail Mercbanti As sociation 307 Urban W woow s II I Htted hundreds of oUters i1 can fit ym Names and g Prescriptions on tile come and g see for so relfGhc your I eyes the Attention at the rIght S thnf and place Nothinjjj but high grade goods AH the I modern kinds and styles of lenses Bifocals of every de g- scriptlon i Specialty Graduate Optician always on hand to make test Sat Sofac don guaranteed i I E M I I MEN WANTED Somewhere near assist us In showing and selling properties No necessary if willing to let us teach you thareal estate business Salary 60 month to honest nan willing to devote part of iisjiiLe tolhis business1 liand At drus Bidg Minn Co 1 Fine ReadytoWear Fall Clojth ing for Men and Young Men now ready for your inspection jfcu are cordially invited The same courteous service whether you come to look or buy fj its5 to 25 5 j r 10 t j J c making Clothing Special Feature business complete prices gori CCrundyr ndY 1CC nt re1tlf RfYou Wj1An- ytliingin 0YReal Estate rCJ l l Insurance jIc t Louisville dntes- SeptemberJ7to November December Bld- gJnnisvillTv Eves Tested Il1a e s g e i 6 ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS a Russell Springfield- to experience l a CoOperative Minneapolis FIII j IiOvercoats to420 Raincoats l2 IJ 4w BIG FACTORIES If BLACK 1rjDIAMOND 1 fJ jf d SHOES 4 rEveryDayWeaiII t iJ t I If you dont want to pay l Ieov r 250 for a mans goodneat long wearing shoe our Black Dia mond willf suit you to a T v fThe BIdck Diamond is our pacemaker and its superiority over other shoes jat the price is a sure indication of the excellence hoesIw200 8ii tSIweClIJtjJ =JtkuWE MAKE JORE FiH SHOES TnWJWYaTHEHOUS lHTliEmr Fi1rlPI DIAMOND BRAND SHOES f E r EEEiEE t f m i HAVE YOU A KODAKmtr1I fI 1iie fJI 1 Let mefurnish you with i 14 AN EASTMAN I t j THE BEST MADE Jt jj k t in all sizes a dpricSAho keep a full line of M j Kodak rnd Camera Supplies IC V 7 A Fr- W ii11 O J4wdonIi c j 1m CORNER DRUG STORE g EEE E E EE== = f1 k reflects my being expert itnsel 18J money buy from me 5 J 1f n 1 t t Time Flies Is an old adage Its a 6igjunVp though frqni the time of he lirat clqcic ttf now Bridge the chasm and what have y The first clock crude the one Accurate today almost a Clocks Chronometer u1II Elegafit Jewelry Is what you JThd1ie year round at my jjewelry store My ne- wetina jjewelry stock To savel i 1L1j JOHN SuucKMcELRoY G C Wunroi McEroy 6 Wf arton Insurance Real Estate Agents I Fire tLirlandd Toro liiswriic r rJ- t1 LandSold oiloiSsi1 tiOffice CYCrPeoplcs Btnkr FhDne4 r6 I r RJJ MBURTON RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED i i WITHOUT PAIN OFFICE Hagan Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY r 17 All Dental Work StrictI y 77t I Firstclass t nRJ c AL1 TtDD t 4 Bjfician and Surgeon r Offices over Haydoris Drugstore v WF GRIGSBY- ATTORNEYAT LAW i Office over Peoples Bank- SPRINGFIELD KYV V M JB BOBARDSMW FYAtT RpBARDS HYATT I and Surgeons LPhysicialls1 Office over McElroy Shultz I t c DR J H HOPPER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON tt PHONES Office Over Office 97- Residence Hagans Grocery Ia 71 DrWWRay- I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over 0 W Hagans grd j cery opposite Presbyterian Schurch Phones Office 175 f Residence 172 te JQiflNY MAYS FUNERAL ulHECTUn y AND mm mmfI J TELEPHONEtt DAY 19 NIGHT 74 V SPRINGFIELD KYe Rairoad Schedule afInow ir effect on the Bardstown and Springbeld branch railroad I No 41 Leave konisville at 410 pm Bavdstown Junction o i 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm vrrivesat Springbeld 645 pm No 4Leaves Springfield att630 am Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am I arrives at Louisyille 755 amar No 43Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 111 5 am arrives Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a t 120 pm Bardstown 230 pmhBardstown Jpotion1 435 pmro 1arrIves at Louisville 45 pm f ONo 90 Sundays onlyr eaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 a m Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville w 935 am No 91 Sundays only=Leaves tLouisyi11e at 6 pm Bardstown JunctiOD 650 pm Bardstown 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm To Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends tbrbughoutj the tobacco growing sections that we are net connect ed directly or indirectly wi- tbotnnV other warehouse or ware house company 0Weconduct a Strictly Jnde pendent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business and res pectfully solicit your patronage C A BRIDGES Co I Proprie tors Picket Tobacco Warehouse h Louisville Ky 408 mo I IFRESH BREAD JFLOLLS AND CAKES tfV Baked Daily ivraVgood aKtiys fresh We IVQ J JBaker who is an ar stfet making good things iixLoaves of Bread for 25c Hertliens Confectionery 1 I IITHE fEXAS WONDER t roures itl1 Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by 4 all druggists or two months bCreatmeot by mail for 1 Dr EW Hall1 2926 Olive street 1Louis Send for Kentucky I i estimonials Notice All persons knowing themsel jjyes indebted to the fim of McEl roy Bros arc required to call and t settle at once as the firm ha s I changed hands and all old busi Csmust le 1M1tRoYI PnosI fOLIYSlIom ThR ihr cMldrenj aft tare No f latA6 01 l iWW I i TOWN lIiIAtl1itif iiir Local Happenings oT Interest The Freshest end Latest i AH AboutYourself Friends and Acquaintances M k1ctc 1 New furs neck scarfs and I muffs at Mrs Williams A special sale pf music atlOc a copy at Ed M Russell Salt rising and cream bread received daily Hagan Bros SEED WHEATfI have for sale 200 bushels of good seed wheat 1 vJL Parrott- WATEDTo buy old gold silver and old fiashjon cameos f ffEiJ K Russelli FoRsALIhae25O bu shels of firstclass seca wheat for sale 0SYGoodlett I have for s leone Jersey regiteredJerseyBuns FOR SADETTO good sec nU hand surreys IJ SWhaito1 Tapp FOR sALEAfirstclasssecond- hand J pheatori goad as new Will seUcheapj jG9f What tin ii New pattern hats and street hate received every week Come in and see them at f Mrs Williamsll Hi James Pi Walker of the f Pleasant Run neighborhood sold a mule colt to Mr James Epper t son for JOO d1fne mule was one I IofThe Koyer Bros in their spec t tacular trick acrobatic farcef comedy Next Dc or will appear I at the Opera House on Saturday night It is one of the best on he road f tMcElroy Wharton the realI tate agents sold this week for- tGeo H Ballar4 bs farm of 131 cres in thee Pleasant Grove Neighborhood to Qbarles Marks bury for 4OOO jj LOSTI will pity 2 50 for the return of mv gold rimmed specT tic es which 1 lost about two weeks ago on the road between Len Montgomerys oltheLebs LValleyMr James Moore a wellknown citizen of the Mopresville neigh b rhQ5fddi3jt very suddenly at is horiteai about 10 oclock Tuesday ftigh of heart trouble He was atiout 70 years of age and leaves a family contesiing of a wife and two childrenC Nannie Tucker Drye infant ofe Mr and Mrs tWolford Drye of Lebanon died last Tuesday and was brought to Valley Hill Wea nesday and interrejl at iDet Grove the family burial ground j of the Tuckers Death wasI caused by whooping cough Mr DfB ijiake thereat estate man t p tsjthe following salesI tbis week Sj H Bishops farm containing OOj acres to L EtRoss for 2000 T Will Simms and W A Wheatley farm of 49I acres to J LiMudd price pri vate Tom Cecils farm at Cecillj l yule to J 1j Mudd for 1025 The farm contains 61 acres LOSTTwdbav borsesand a mule disappeared from stable near Simmsjbn Monday night Horses are about 9 years old mid the mule Is a roan I will pay for any information leading to their I ecoyery JL TnoiPsONl l t U Simms Ky JJohn N ISelly has rented the ue of the fr Springfield prall douse for tlie season and will oncR or about November 1st open a first class skating rink A large number of ball bearing rubber cushion skates of the verylatest pattern have been ordered and r the rink will bs fitted ot with alt conveniences Johnny Kelly is a popular rand deserving youn g man and his many friends pre diet for him success in his new jUndertakingl The big hind and stock sale of Clarksom Haydon was well attended ye jterday The farm whichwas1 divided into four tracts wafjf upld as i The old homestead place ccnii taining 183 jacres was sold to Mr T Scolt Mayes at 6615t per J acre Tract designated as no 1 and no 4 in the catalogues and cxmtainitffcj 10 and 137 acres were sold to Jylr John R Bar ber bt 401 ind S3r per acre Mr Bj rh Croak beme the j TOPICS the purchaser of the reaming tract of 96 acres at 27 per acre Remarkable Cow Mr Gi W Clements is the owner of a cow with a remarka able record The cow is only six years old and yet has just given birth to her seventh calf Allof the calves are fine and healthy In her second and third year tie cow gave birth to twins A remarkable feature about the seventh calf is that it has the mark of the figure seven nits forehead that being the only white spot on it Mr Clements prfzss his cow very highly Curtsinger Cuts Clem Curtsinger who is not unknown in the local courts used his knife on Palmer Cheatham on last Saturday night at awed ding celebration atthe home of Mr Ed Oheatham near Moores ville The particulars of the affair could not be learned butt is said that Cheatham w s acting as peacemaker in a genII eral raw when he received lhis wound The wound was a very close call for the mans life as it laid bare the large arteries Dr Shehan attended the wounded man and took several stitches in the wound Medical l Society Meets A yery iinterestingi meeting of the Washington County Medical Society was held at the Court Housq this place on Monday The entire meeting was devoted o a discussion of typhoid fever Dr P S Barb ur of Louisville read a paper on Typhoid in- nfants JJ Dr Thornton of Leba on presented an able paper on Prevention of Typhoid and Dr Crume spoke on the treat ment A discussion of the subject followed which was joined in by Dr Hopper of Perryyille DrdRay Smock and other he meeting was the most enjoyable in the history oftbe society t ecture Course t The citizens of the town andi vicinity are to have a rare musi cat and literary treat this winter Mr Theo CaYapbell and Prof George Colvin have made Arrangements with some of the best lecturers and impersonators oefore the public to entertain ur people with what has charmed the elect of the leading cities and towns in the country Among the entertainers who will appear at the opera house at dates that will later be advertised are Hon Cnarles A Towne va lawyer of National reputation Congressman from Duluth Minn styled by our neighbor J Proctor Knott the zenith city of the insalt ed seas Earnest Wray ONeal a brilliant lecturer comes with the best recommendations as a platform speak9randentertain notalstrangerly delivSredtwo llectures in the opera house wining the hearty appreciation his audinences each time The musical loving public has been provided for by securing the Elma B Smith Company composed of Miss Elma Smith imitator children birds and animals supported by Miss Merle Tallotson contralto singer Mr Cecil Burleigh vio libits and Miss Agnes Ambrose pianist The first entertain mentwill be given sometime in November the date to begiven later Season tickets can be se ured at2 Death of Irvine Wayne Mr Irvine Wayne a former esident of Springfield and who married Miss Alice Noe daughter of Mr 9W Noe of this pla- ceCCCrror ri Diamonds h- I I iI- C Just a word to the v wise Buy yoar dia 9 g mpnds before the Holiday v advance t V 5 PLAtE YOUR JJ- f now for iJRDERII T sure you the and easiestlowest JJ1 J- Upayments E1fri Russell 5 V I I t T OOOQOOOOOOC OOOOOO oQoo 0 go NEW HATS Q Q 6Fi6 A Choice Assoftment of La g dies and Childr Hats Re rceiyed every week at X ijVY f mmIl Miss Wiila Khottsv 8 r J L g 00000006900 OOOooOo jiied at the home of his father iin Lebanon Tuesday afternoon The deceased had been a sufferer from a complication of diseases for several year and bis death was not unexpected He was a quiet gentlemanly voung man and of industrious habits Mr Wayne was about 32 years old About six years ago he was married to Miss Alice Noe who with one child survives him The funeral takes place at Leba non thjs morning See Bright Before You Slip Accidents and sjckness come like the theif nt an unexpectEd time Be prepared for them with a policy in the General Ac cident Insurance1 Coof Philadelphia It will cost you onlY One Dollar a month J I BRIGHT tF RCNAL Dr Price W Wels was a visitor in town Saturday Messrs C F Bosley and Con rad Hertlein left yesterday to attend the State Development Convention in session at Win Chester Mr Oscar Waters returned to Woodbine Tuesday after spending a few days with relatives here Mr Nim Buster of Burgin is visiting Dr and Mrs J B Ro Bards Miss Ellen Waters has returned from Louisville where she spent the summer to attend school Mrs Minims of Catlettsburg after a weeks visit ithhr brotherinlaw is at The Walton to remain several weeks Mrs A Hr IVJcChord of Leba non spent a portion of last week as guest of MrsL H Tburman Mrs M W Hya t spent last Thursday in Louisville Misses Myrtle Bessie and Pearl Campbell returned from Hendersonville N C last Friday Mrs W Y Davis and Mss Margaret McDowell off Perry ville visited their aunt Mrs A C McElroy the firstof the week Misses Annie Latimer and Lizzie Waters spent last Thurs day in LOuisville at the Horse Show v Miss Adelaide Kelly of Ores certHill visited Miss Althaire Medley last week IMiss Bessie Leachman iis visiting hersisters in Louisville Mr C C Huguely brotherin law of Dr J B RoBa1C1s died suddenly at his home in Hender sonville N C Monday of heart failure Mr Huguely was formerly a citizen of Danville but went to HendersonVille to livc several years ago for the benefit of his health Mrs Dudley WQllsisilli with typhoid lever Miss Nannie Ray Tlmrman ofr Lebanonis nt TUc Walton If Miss Sallfe Carrico m oh the sick Jist this week Mrs C A Epperson has returned home after a visit to Mrs W A Colvin of Bardstown Misses Julia Stocker and Ada Wood Messrs Ferd and John Spaldmg of Bardstown spent Sunday with the Missesi Price Miss Mabel Thompson of Pleasant Grove is visiting frieqds in Lebanon Mr and Mrs ff S Towler and little daughter Lillian have returned home after a visit to relatives at Henderson Miss Lula Waters has re turned from Louisville Miss Mary Gleason returned from Louisville Monday after after several da srViSlt to friends Mrs E F Wathen is visiting her son at Bards own Junction a Mrs C cL McChord is at home after spending several weeks in Louisville Mr W C McChnrd is attend ling court at Le non this week Mrs George Medle was in Lou isville one day last week Miss Nell Putman and Mr Hamilton Hardesty uf Lebanon were in town one day last week Miss Althair Medley has re turned home after a pleasant visit to friends iin Louisville Messrs Harrold Hurst and Tom Stoker of H rdstown spent Sunday in town returnedto Miss Jennie Spalding at Bartdstown Mr II M ONan is attending Presbyterian Synod at Render son as delegate frQm the Presby t dnehurch Mr A C McElroy attended the Bankers Convention at Louisville yesterday r Mr and Mrs John R Mahon visited Mr and Mrs E S Mayeslist Sunday Mrs Winchester Phillips and Mrs Spalding of Lebanon were in town shopping Tuesday Miss Sara Sfmms iis visiting Mrs Henry Edelen in Bars town VMr in Bardstown Wednesday M ssra C WJJagan and ivu 3l Foster were in Lebanon Sunday h Mr Sylvester Russell and son Sylvester Jr of Lebanon were here Sunday panillA C McElroy Miss Annie McQhord returned from Louisville Tuesda after spending two weeks with Miss fary Field Rev T D Latimer is attend ing Presbyterian Synod ata Henderson Mrs Woodson Moss has returned from Sulliv nJnd tPublic Sale Having sold our farm we win at the place one half mile west of St Rose on St Rbseand Lo retto turnpike sell allstock and other property to the highest bidder on r Weonesday October Wtfi beginning at 1 pm sell the lot lowing 10 mule colts one 3year old mare mule G yearling horse colts well bred good shape one 3 year old road horse a 6year old farm mare in foal one wean ling colt by County Member 10 firstclass steer calves 2 milk cows mind calves by their side one red Short Korp bull 8 shouts weighing about ISO Ibs one first class broodsow The grass will be rented for grazirfg to Tanuary 1st 1907 Terms made known on day of sale SIMMS WHEATLEY S M Campbell Auctioneer MOVED 1 have rented the Cunriingam building formerly used as a meat shop on Main street and have moved my repair shop into it I can be found there at Ian times prepaired to do harness and shoe repairing Uphpster ing bicycle repairing vand so forth GEO B TAYLOR KILLTME COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Wlnl DrB Kings I New Discovery IFoil o c ONSUMPTION OlGHS and OLDS ISOc Surest and Quickest Cure for nil THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK I iuii LP krEEfi- Ii 1 i i 8i Ii 0Its WorthIi g traveling a long distance jj to have your teeth extracted t1iWithout Pain or Danger Ii All work guaranteed t L G CRUME D D S Ii KyU1ia 3 33 333 3333 3 3 Agricuitprni Motorj In the early months of 1902 what cll gasolinetcsthijij atnearly allot the great agr cultural competitions of the Reason lQ England and carrying off the gold medals foin the horse In every contest Plowing proved to be the first phase of farm labor to which the agricultui al motor was introduced and at which fur years ngo it made Its initial repj tation For plowing test araon horses steam power unit the gasolln motor two and threequarter acres ot very heavy claysoil were selected It was a condition that the furrows were to be nine Inches wide and six luche deep In doing the work nhie horses three 1o a plow with three drivers anti three boys did the work at a totalVcs of S S or at the rate Jof 368 per acre By steam power the total cOst of plowing the seine area amounted to l total of 008 or 40S per acre nni with the gasoline motor the cost to taled S444 or at 117 per acre For plowing purposes a three fnrrowc plow Is In variably used except in heavy clay soils where fr couple 0 t furrows prove sufficient Technical World Magazine For EczemA of Ilorncii First give a physlcrono ounce cacti of aloes soda anti powdered ginger Dissolve these in onehalf pint of boll lug water add onehalf pint of cob water and give the whole as a dreacl After the physic has operated have ready four ounces each of pulverized saltpeter andl copperas divide lute twentyfour powders and give que powder In a small bran mash morning and night Wasli the affected portions ot the skin with a solution of one ouiW of carbonate of potash in one quart of Avater rub It well In and then wasl it with wnrQI water keeping the animal waMn until dry Fo the itqji ingwash the parts affected with n solution of onehalf ounce of sugar of lead and two ounces of laudanum in OlieqnnrtoI water You may alsi give as a tonic if it appears to be nee essary one ounce of lJowlerssQtution of arsenic once dully In a bran mash and cOntinue for several weeks At lanta Constitution Feeding the Poultry Never overfeed any of your poultry Au excess of feeding Is next to starvation in injurious results When poul try are overfed they become uselessly fat nail unatle to inove about as they should These conditions producevert- igo aefd death Many fowls drop from the roost at night from the effects or being overfed Internal fat produces heart trouble and kills as well When a hen Is too fat she should go Into the pot for the family table Yet all poultry should be kept In good strong rig orous condition with sufficient food to make them thrifty rind attractive Feather Coat andHeaulia of Araennte Spray As a result of spraying experiments at the Illinois experiment station It 0foutiti that four times spraying with arsenate of lend at a cost of 17 cents a tree increased the yield of the tipple orchard about onehalf and thE average size of the fruit about one fifth and sb Improved the quality of the apples that they were worth two and a lhalf to three times as much as If the orchard had not been sprayed Orchards In the section lidicated are much Infested with the apple curculu and the spraylnjvas successful In de stroying these ICcep Only th Beat Stock Every farmer should constantly endeavor to keep his stock up to the best possible standard of excellence and value by getting rid of every unprofit able animal and supplying its place with another that Is better If this Practice 4s closely followed and contin ued efforts made for improvement the farmer will soon find tI most per Mjptible advance Jsbel made Keep he boat of whatever L ed or kind for the arID The flog Homef Farrowing pens should be supplied with the fenders which present the sow crushing the pigs and should be built so that the attendant may Jlend assistance If necessary both with con rcnlence and safety By having all the hogs under one roof handling Ijc comes simpler anti in case of bad iveather much more onvcnlentj Deep IlorvJnsr Laud should be broken from eight to twelve iichc4 Such as has not hcit well broken should be broken cy cry year one or twpInchos deeper un III you got to the maximum which I consider to be twelve Inches with six nchcs beyond as subsoil D Dlckln sonJn Southern Cultivator Rcmovlnor Stumpr In burning out stumps dig a large hole at and under the windward side of the stump and fill the hole with dry wood straw anti chips Set on fire and cover with sods and soil fleaving a small opening close to the stump as n rhimncr Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornament L Trees Evergreens Shrubv Grape Vmas Rhubarb Asparagus Small FruIts etc inow reaay on ipplication We employ tic Agents b tsell direct to the planter HFHILLENHEYER tSOi Lexington Kj j c1 = 4A il r rr- It LAEI5Ir r i w t T e Please remember that we carry a vry ii completeI tock of f ReadToWear Garments lcan be fitted uphere on short notice iYou c 1 4IIIW 1Cloaks Skirts Etci 4ISuits Separate Skirts Rain Coats Silkand Satine Petticoots ReadyMade Wrappers Kimonas Dress ing Sacques Outing Gowns Muslin Undeiear 4Knit Underwear Knit Skirts Corsets aIoieryi 1 Gloves etc We also show a very z tts line of Childrens and Infants Furnishings factor Boys Clothing 4fEvery motbtr should se ourstock of Boys Suits Over l oats and SeparateBPant8 b tore making their piircli We show a superior Tina of boys and Virjs Shoa and t Hosiery I s v L It will be worth your while to visit bur Store We cordially invite you to come 1I I The Robert onQlayb ook Co 7 INCORPORATED foJ tl bi oStop That Cold Head Off PneumOnia j J1 td- i f Ll I We have4he remedy in the 4 J Red CrosOoldGnre ji II Ig A Sure Cure for Coughs Colds Grip and Pneu monia w We also handle all the old Standard Redic5i for Coughs which we can recommead fl rJ J THE RED CROSS DRUGSTORE t00 The Place for Pure Drugs H Ci 1 IrTh tNational Bank lit jl1 t SPRINGFIELD KY j Gapilal t f t S50QOO Ir I j g f Surplus qnd UndvidodProhts 25000 t Jru h OFFICERSB LLitseYJ reSident J bn wLeWl CkePr A C McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier sidentIf t Foster BookKeeper II H Purdom Asst BookKeeper t t DIRECTORS L LItsey J w tes W D O1aybrooke T s t Iayes 1 RHEdeIenHMGrundyJohnOPolinI Ig We grant every favor consistent banking ilSness respectfully solicited t G 1 HItt I Il0 Hr U MARKS a GREEN I ii The old Rcliabl Manufacturers rl 01 and Dealers tn all Kinos of 1 LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES 44Jt + SASHrlJOQR BLINDS itf Iitt We handleitbe cCl J bratetf tpMixed Gannel Coal JI I I JIj aTheBct oh Bplh Prices Right Office and Yards I xJoctor and Railroad Streets Spt nfffcftf Ky 1 t1flZr rW fe tt4 444 inI WEllA VB TO INVEST FORCLrETS tLPS- 750000 70 t TQ S10000-0t r in good Electric or Steam Railway Mamrfactw E X Batik or Trust Company prooltlona N k Wrt t 4 WE BuY AND SELL f t Buy und sell entireissUes 0f municipaland rpor Ci1if1if 1ifJ1 bonds and are preparedlip iurnish capital for any m m proposition Hay mQneyto loikii pm jiny jA IjTo 1 jt t ItItrions t w ria10R CQ ff PWSYILLE YREtLER BtJILDLNO jWlf Vjl r wwww TY f T r 7 r l Lkiion totals 1f itbeFacrni 0iMr Josejpli Rafiy djedsidden 1 Jy in thisj city yesterday He came 16toWn in the forenoon in teapparentgobct health and went to the Brmton House for his I dinner While at the table e came very ill and flleiI over in thE1 ifoqr and Expired In a very few minutes s The remains were removed Tip JBosley Han 3 un t dertaking establishment and from there were taken to hr bpmenear Calvary The fuiter al will be conducted from the Catholic church at that place this mornings Mr Rally was f 76 yeirs old anti is survived by r 4three children Messrs John and JJouiS and Miss Mary Joe Raily Sandone Mr Sam t stepson Spalding If the ordinance making itt unlawful for minorstentet a saloon passed some time ago wasenforcedjt would be better Thepirtiesconfwbtteverand never ditH By the gfand fry has finished its work it will havec fixed the saloon men Id the tune of moie than 1000 forsellingto minors i The Farmers Institute tbcf was to have beenneld here Fri dnyand Saturday was at the las moment postponed indefi nity on account ofhe horse sale f and trie circus here on those days Mr Vreeland said the meeting was to important tt i naVe anything detract the ircr ertof the farmer from itant that he woud announce a later t dateas soon as proper arrange 1 ments could be made 4 Miss Mattie Farmer daughter of Mr James Farmer of the 1 j NewMarket neighborhood died Sunday aftea a weeks illnes with typhc id fever The funeral services were held at the Mul 0 drangh Hill church Monday morning by Rev Farmer and t the remains were laid to rest in I the New Market cemetery De ceased was about 30 years 6l age and was highly esteemed in her community Mr Frank Mulvey and sister Miss May and Mrs Julia P Ad kins were on their way to the horseshow in Louisville Wed nesday night when a fO tpfid 3grabbed a purse containing about 175 worth of diamonds cand 35 in cash from the latter Mr Mulvey gave chase for a distance of three squares but tie man proved an expert run ncr and mide his escape Mr and Miss Mulvey are brother 1 and sister of Mrs John Clements of this city J MeSHciDBiy Vorj Pretty No woman no matter how rogulai h r features may be can be called 4yretty if her complexion is bad i bOrino Laxative Fruit Svrup aids di gestion and cleats sallo v blotched implexion by stimulating thq Jiver ana bowels brino Laxative Frui Syrup does nofnauseatetfr gripe am is mild and pleaaant to take R member the name ORINO and refust to accept any substiiute Sold by o the Red Cross Drug Store A Slick Thief r 1t MrJ Parker Morton who con- ductsr a restaurant on Court street came very near Josicg a It nice Bum of money Monday In the morning a well dressed r stranger entered bis place oi business and ieprescnting iw se f as being an agent qff be oj the large tobacco facto riel en gaged Mr Morton in cjonver a tiooi He dispayed an etgan 1gold watch and diamond ring h the coarse ot the coflversati 45 and later on ame back and told 1 Mr Morton he had lost somt inmey the night before iin ilutt DO oJ IT TODAY I St And to think that ten months ago I looked f td this Jewe itte German Syrup libttThe timeirora iQJnnction Never off tfl tbmorrbTf what Can do rjday is now generally presented in thit form i Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that S3ackingcough or demeralizing cold with 1 which you have been struggling fdr scv I eral days perhaps weeks flTa1e some- r 3 reliable remedy for it TODAY and f that remedy be Dr Boschees letI 1 SyruP which has been in use for 1 thirtyfive years A few doses of it undoubtedly relieve your cough or overI and its continued use for a few days YOU 0mplete1Y4INo matter v Jj dtejHteated your cough even if hOVij coM iaptio has attacked your i l Gnetan Syrup will curely effect acure 1 J 4 it has done before in thousands of ap par ntly topeless cases of lung trouble 4New trial bottles 250 regular liuecf 25C AUdIugigL I rr f wrr UJ h Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomacharc all due to indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new dlscoy digesiioncombined with the greatest known ton1 and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does nott only cure indigestion and dyspepsia butl this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purlfylog sweetexng and strengtheninSI the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball of ftavenswood W Va says yearsKoSolfprbaby Kodol lestsWhat You Eat Bottles only SIOO SUe holdlne 2M times the trial size whlcHselts for 50 cents Prepared far CDeWITT CO CHICAGO Sold bv Red Cross Drug StoreS Tinteresting game poker and asked Mortoiv 10 advancQ him ttwiyyrfive dtilarson the watch and ring Miv Morton gladly consented andl 3wthe nan place the watch and Ting In an envelope The next morning in ex amrag the watch he found it to be of the brassy sort and im mediately went in pursuit of the smooth individual He boarded a train for iliexington and the second man he saw after arriving there Was the thief He at once jumped on lhim and demanded his money he man turced it over to him and then put up such a pitiful tUe that Mr Mcr ton aid not have the heart to prose ute him and so letbirn go Anderson News 1ialillOLBby Cpil they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There iin only otie way to cure deafness and tba is by coiistitutional l remedies Deafness is Caused by an inflamed ccndition of the mucous lin iing of the Eustrcbian Tube When this tube is ininedvou have a rumbling souud or imperfect hearinpand vnen it is cn1itehclosedl dgafness is thereSul ahd nnless tnc Inflammation cin be taken out and this trbe njneariIJGnj Catarrh which iis nothing but anIiuflained condition of the mu surfaces We will give One HndredD ll rs for any csedf deafness csused by catarrE that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circu lars free Fijm Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggists 76c Tak9 Halls Family Pills for con etlpationt 40000 Acres For One Wheat Farm Houston Itexas Grant Robinson of StF Paul Minn has purchased 4OOO acres of land in Presidio Count which he will devote o the culture of macaronii wheat on a scale the largest orcl attempted in the world Extensive preparations are now going forward for the consummation of the plans of the capitalist Seed for planting will be brought to this coudt try from the Volga region of Russia The field vi11Ibe cultivated on the very latest and most improved method of wheat farming Mojnster stpke plows willoa ultjlized iin Breaking up tfieland in fact alltte latest types of farmingmdcbineiy will be used on the plantationJ Mr Robihson proposes to have the argeannd best managed wtieat farm in the world He will build ja system of tenant houses anajjiuppiy tile wants of his labordkc men from a dom missary A school will be built for the children of the labni ing tSwell as ohurchps etc The farm iis near iul n tine accessible to tho railroad and has woven under tests to be admirably adapted 1o the culture of macaroni whcj i Can you win You realize that to yin in arivhinfr these dtys requires strength wth mind and Lody in tunc A man or woman uith disordered iigestiveopraus is not in shape for a days work oV a days play How can rpepsiila healthy iltoineh and will put Iof stozi1a in shape to perform its UteIbuildJig you liovcs indigestion dyspcpsaj spur stpmach falpitition of the heart and canstipatJoa Sold by tue Red CroaS Drugstore Example of Thrift An effort iis being maele by some oT thelciti eusof the liust ling little city of Brudfardsville to form s tb ck company for ihe purpose of es ablishing tin overaM proIs lllaIDODnthatthe full amount jjo j ssaryI about 8000 will sopnTjp raised Mr RL Teath rford wM lave rlwr1i tJ chnfje of llu1 pant IF it is estab i lisbed I IdA similar factory fit Bradfbrdsville a year cr two 1bgO and from the first proved successful The business in creased so rapidly that the com panv found it necessary to en placetgreater and a few mtniths aso j he factory was removed to Win I ih2stcr Enterprise A Cart Thisis to certify That all druggists are authorizcdtOrefuud your mono y if Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cole It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la yiippe cough and prevents pneumomia and consumptIon Contains no Opiates Tbe genuine is in a yellow pack ape Refuse oobstitutes Sold by the Red Cross Drug3tore J PUBLIC SALE OF LAND ONII Saturday Oct 2006 At 2 oclock p m at the resi aeiice of the lath T H Ja nes in Washington coutity Ky about 24 raUer TrpTn Prederickstown dn tlie road leading to Blinco offer for sale aboUt 200 Acres Of Laqdl tP be surveyed aud sold by the a rerhefarin contains some fine tmber and tobacco land Prospective buyers Avill be shown the place by applying at said place or totheiundersigned f JAtj the said tine and place Ji will offer for sale about SoO or 300 bushels of corn J Terms made known on day of sale JOHN I tANES Agent M Cam pbell Auctioneer IS EVhZ fJ Saitr 20 PisniEi r SOiC2a Enemies Meet Dan Divine a westender usedaknife onWhliam GilJthe painter ilL JHpwsers Monday An old grudge exis ttd between the men and when they met both opened their knives Tt is said Andy Divine of Washington county threw his arms about Gill and prevent I bis using his knife while Dan Divine cut him sevural times abqut the JECC and henxl inflictingl painful wounds Some months aeo Garfield Divine son ofDan and Gill fought a bAttle royal oi i College street dnd this engen TheyIwill be tried Saturday Harrods burg Herajd Farmers Take Notice Bourbon lipjf Cobra IRemedy is the very best hog remedy in the world Use it as a preventive and if it does not keep your hogs henTlhy antI free frbni diseasesyyou nued not pay us one cent fqrthe remedy Costs yoi only 5 cents per month for each hog and the extra gain in ileSht caused from its use viljore than pay for the medicine CJffaydon StingfieW K f Dreaded Cow Tick Glasgow Ky Quitp a serious problem confronts the farmers and stock raisers of Cumberland county and the same state off affairs is fearect will extat in this county in o short time as this ic- one i of the boidetingcounlieAt ip Cumberland Tho tow tick which has been doing sucb dAdly work in Tennessee hut made its appearance in Cumber lland county and the situation is by no means a pleasant one attI this lime govern9en1inspectors and notins the existence qf coy tick among cattle havei quarantined the county and placed a restriction on owners toj sellor remove infested stock suchIcontiscated and the owners sub jject to alieavytije The tick wa brougbtinto the county on cattle from Tennessee and fInknockout to the cattle trade from that section Despite the quarantine and all other precautions which are being taken it Is greatly feared that the adjoining counties will be jaded with these pests from the fac that iin the dying of one ron tick is but the breeding of hundreds of jiew ones Cattle thus ravaged afp thrown into Texas fever whicn is coniag ious and much Dreaded by cattle raisers FOIEYSUDNIYcuRI glnkca Kidneys an d Didder flIght fri tvv NEW SHORT STORIES nI1dIstratlon Secretary of State Gresham called at the White House fcrcompa uled by a young man who had been ap pointed consul at Trlest on the recom mendation of the secretary The ap pointee had made a visit to the capItol to thank the president In person foi the honor and to Inform him that he desired to decllne the appointment lIe had so Informed the secretary of state who said tohlm- z You must make known your declination to the presl dent and I will take you over to the White House When the secretary presented the young man to the president the np polntee thanked the president and tendered his resignation Mr Secretary saId the president thls is quite unusual I dont know HOW DID YOU LIKE THE PLACE when such an lIncIdent has come to my notice Have you any other candidates like tliis5 The secretary said he had no expla nation to make us the young man had simply said be dill not wish to accept Yomig man said the president ad dressing the secretary friend ac cept your resignation as consul to Trlest and aIPOlflt you consul general to St Petersburg The announcement staggered the young man and the secretary as well Mr President said the secretary this gentleman did not expect another tender after his declination of your first I dont suppose he did the presi dent replied and thijt Is why I make the second appointment I want to re turn the surprise The second tendqf however was de dined j A few years afterward when Cleve land was in pfivatc life the man whom he had twicel honored met him at a dinner In New York When the repast was over anti thin guests were being presented to the expresident the young IDlulu question reminded Cleve 1Illud that he had honored him with an appointment How did you like the place asked Mr Cleveland I did not accept was the reply and then you gave men second ap pointment Ah and haw Ilk you like that H1 also decllnetl llr President was the reply Let me shake your hand again said Cleveland I have a recollection ot some Democrats who declined once ibut Ido hot recall Just now that any one ever did it twjeeSew Yori Tribune 1nlll u Vote Were El evrhrp During the canvass of his state In ISOO to gather votes enough to send film to the lower house of congress Nicholas Longworth went fo the west arn end or his county to become nc quaintetl and to capture votes Now the town of Harrison partly In In JlHim null partly In Ohio the center of the main thoroujchfarq being the dlvld ing liuf Going to a store Mr LOng ivortli made hlinsolf very agreeable vlth the proprietor thought cigars for the crowd Jollied every one and then l1llcd If they were all going to vote for hi iiu There was a long Joud laugh and when It wits over the Ohioan ask ed iWhatissofuunyr Olr uot hl remarked the proprle or except that you are on the Indi tan silo of the street Your Ohio vot jrs are acrdss the way Mr Lojunrorth was heardito mum ito a stricture on towns that are on tile dividing line xt the dime time makIng qulcb JMinp Iwck Into Ohio iitts jnrg Pres 4 licndlicnd J1irancls Wilson was talking at the flayers club about the ignorance of fliaaiat1c lUcnitiire that tao preva Rnt in Aiucritit according to n writer In the SprliipfleUl Mo Republican Why wild Mr 111401100 com puny wvs phylimg Plie Stoops to Con quer Inn miajl western town last wlu tee whwi a ihaii without any money wishing to sea the low stepped up to the hon otliceuiid snld 4r iis me In please The box oflice man gave a loud harsh Inn 1t Puss o1li1 What for he niked Time applicant drew himself upland answered Iwushtlly Wliat for Why because 1 auf Oliver Gfllilftfilth author of the PluS cOhoI l og your pardon slrrjilknl the other In a shocked voice as he hurriedly wrote omit an order for n Iop Wliat tt IMnc to Sleep What is stated to be the most elab orate bodfctoad over produced In Blr uiiughani has just been turned out to the order of an Indian rajtili The Jityje is what Is known as the crown canopy and of the host brass throiigliout It stands to the height of fifteen feet Is eight feet long and six feet vide mind will cost close upon four figures Surmounting each of the up rJglH pillars Is a bird with open wings iind proJeetium from the sides are brackets srryiug brunze figures sym ucHeaTof the seafions Oicrtliebead- of the bell is a bronze figure bearing a white metal circular plaque with em J05 lportraits of time king and queen time Prince and Prlnces of Wales and Prince Edward of Wales On another plaque pf bronzed brass are photo graphs of Lord Beacousfleld Mr Glad stone Lord Salisbury Lord Rosebery Mr Balfour and Mr Chamberlain At the foot of the bed are a clock and a barometer and beneath them a bronze Inscription plate bearing the tItle of tJu uoteRt for wham arid j v b aworn is Well as Men Are Mada Miserable by Kidney and Bladder TrOuble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessensanibition beauty 4 l51lgor and cheerful ness soon disappear when the kidneys are uhI4rtLfrF = out of order or dis easedKidneytrtmble ham become so prevalent that it is not uncom lIon for a child to be = born afflicted withl veak kidneys If the child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to contibltluS passage it is yet afflicted ting depend upon it thecause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatnent of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition r the kidneys and bladder and not to habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and time immediate effect pf SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists ia fifty fTW cent and onedollar size bottles You may j have a sample bottle by mail free also a Home of SwampRoot pamphlet telling allaoout SVam n Root including ninny of time thousands of testimonial letters reeeied from sufferers- cured In writing Ir 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 wliose special isCiictIonitbidadI r has been Advertiser A Large Connection jt A Chinese cook In one of the homes across the bay from San Francisco was terribly worried about his cousins who were in the burning town Slrfg knew that Chinatown had been de stroyed He had tried 1o go acroSs to rescue his relatives butnobOdy was al lowed to land IlIe went about his duties with lag glng footsteps and rndurnful face For two days be ate nothing and the sym pathy of the entire family was extend ed tohim In his trouble At last he appeared one morning at breakfast time with a face wreathed In smiles Me found cousins be announced Joyfully On being questioned he said that they were lodged In the two rooms wbl h he rented for his own use In the lower part of the town They were all well Sand he a8elty happy He took forty pounds of rice to them that they might not bebungry But Sing how many cousins have you Forty pounds seems a great deal IIe smiled his charming oriental smile and spread his bandsMe eighty couples V noire Rnachca of Mexico Ranches in Mexico are of no mean size1 ExGovernor Terrazas of Chihua hua has 17000000 acres The Zuloagn family Is said to hold C000000 Prop erties of 1000000 and 2000000 acres mire not uncommon Among the Amen cans who hoe large ranches may be mentioned Fleming Ross tbe River side Cattle company with 2000000 acres and a tine herd of Herefords Phoebe Hearst of California wbo has a magnificent place west of Mlnaca the Millers and the three Mormon col onies Gordon Ironsides Ferris a Canadian company has 1000000 acres Lord Beresford a relative of the admi ral has a large ranch where he raises flue horses another Englishman nam propertyksmallcfr pward are numerous The price of land now runs from to 75 cents gold per acre with a strong tendency to rise Modern Mexico Picture Induces Slay Fever In Paris there Is Just now proceeding a discussion on hay fever concerning which an amusing Instance of the en pricious nature of the infection Isre hated A lady was quite proof against catching the sneezings of bay fever from either hay or any other flower or plant except ono The mere sight of a rose used to set her sneezing violently Knowing her weakness she carefully avoided these flowers But one day she carelessly stopped before a still life painting representing a basket of roses Almost instantly she was seized with a sneezing fit Clearly imagina tion isis Its part In the cmsLondorm Globe HiiKlUh Remark on let The great fault which Americans have to find with England when they come over here for a visit in the sum mer Is the absence of leo In tie states Ice Is a cult Wlitorover the traveler may b even If he Is lu the backwoods be finds Ice BuJ In England the thing Is looked upon ira an almost unobtainable luxury Ob no sir says the English purveyor of drink with an amused smile were got no Ice But you will find it nice and cool Nice and cool means that an egg would not actually boll In It No wonder Amen runs saythmnt England cuts no ice London Globe Decline of fleer Drlnklnjr Local patriots In Munich mire dejected It the latest statistics concerning the tonsumptlou of their famous beer tvlthlu their own borders Only a few years agi tinny proudly boasted that the annual consumption per bead of the population was llu gallons Tins has now sunk to the mere bagatelle of nlxtyfive gallons The shrinkage Is attributed to the gradual spread of tem perance principles to the antlbeer prop aganda in public schools and to the fact that employer of labor are ceas lug to give free beer to their work peo Ijle1London Telegraph Enforcing a Sanitary Ordinance The other day the subdlvls ual mug istrate of G ddn Soutbal pergunnas whipped a respectable Marwarl gen tleman for allowing filthy water to accumulate In front of his house La bore Tribune Carlisle Begins Football Practice Time Carlisle Indian football team began practice recently Glen Warner Cornells coach has arrived at Car lisle and Is the first of the array of football specialists who will advise Indian Coaches Pier and Hudson Warner was former Indian coach Tara Ho e owi Critic For turning tbe hose upon Joseph Cummings a spotting writer Del Mason the Baltimore baseball club pitcher was fined 50 Mason claimed he was Justified because Curnmlnra wrote a story not complimentary to him 7 w wrj J J 1 ftt REAL ESTATEEFOR SALE I BY MCELROY WHARTON SPRINGFIELDI I K Yl l JNo65cre farm located 5 miles from Springfield right on pike good dwelling ana barns 50 acres in Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price 6000 No 66 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new barn all necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fenced and in good state of cultivation Price 6000 No 67 120 acre farm 8 miles North of Springfield good 5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 acres in grass Price 82750 No 68 118 acre farm well located right on pike well fenced and well improved Price 835 per acre No 69 50 acre farm well located Price 1600 No 70 145 acre farm well located ansi lies well good house and mall barn mostly in grass well fenced Price 0000 No 71 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies well and is as good as the best Price 60 Np 72 210 acre farm well located good farm and lies well and mostly In grass right onthe pike nice 7 room dwelling hn Ve 2 tenant houses good stock ba nan tobacco barn plenty of tobacc Lod10 acres good timber Price 50 per acre No 73 385 acre farm well11located J r ght onpike add railroad rbis farm is subject to diViSiOP and barn fine body of gOoddwellingSj of tobaecoland Price No 74 160 are farm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwelling and barn 55 acres of bottomland well watered and fenced Pride per acre 25 N075 125 acre farm located near town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to house six acres of tobacco fence all good Price 20 per acre No 76 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springfield well improved Inice dwelling barn and all necessary 80 75acre farm located at Mack vile first class new improvements of wellrand mostly in grass Price 50 dwellingbartoutbuIldings1good and watered Price 35 95210 acre farm 150 acres in grass 50 acres tobncco lajid 20 acres of timber good 5 room house new barn 40x42 eight miles South of Springfield Price 1800 81 68 acres located 5 miles from Spr ngfield on the pike good dwell ing and barn place in good state of cultivation Price 2500 97 50 acre farm 3 miles from Springfield godd small house and outbuilding strictly a nice place Price 5000 I kc For Schoolgirl A very trig Httloloutflt for the school girl is shown here winch Is well suite to home construction The coat ma be made of brqwn broadcloth or obey lot with n collar of velvet in a darke shade Tire buttons which close and trim the sleeves should be of th cloth or velvet The skirt is a stralgh gathered one the most practical styli ATrnAcrrvE COSTUME omis for general wear The brettjlica are of the material of time skirt nutt Intended to be worn over shirt waist of another material They fasten on to the belt ill front and Lack and being all lIn one piece they do not slip oil the shoulder The dross Is a becoming one and very sensible Tine skirt should be1 untrlmmejl ujilesa for a row of braid velvet ribbon or a fold of the matprual about the edge while the bre tclles may ho adorned similarly Fancy Belt Fancy belts are mantle of soft lloath er or ofsiikt Those of plnlu kid are sometimes shaped at the back or or nameuted wfth tiny gilt buttons time buckle or clasp being also of gilt Belts of silk webbing studded with steel beads rite closed with Jeweled buckles anti slides and are equally smart in blacJ whIte ahd colored Japanese leather Is greatly favored and rompadonr and Dresden silks pro duce charming results Concerning Sa lCR Empire reception anti house gowns have long rlbliou orals hoatlug from under the short waists amid high belts both at front nUll back These and many of tine sashes have a soft knot tied near the end of the streamers Sometimes another llnthivise loop or end Is set la s6 that It to be tied and giving vrclsht to the ribbons postPrIce1000No 77 210 acre farm 150 acres of bottom land all good land can be cultivated every year good improve1 meats of every kind 7 foom dwelling halls and porch 2 gqod barns 2 cribs bOUseIJJrA fir tc1ass farm onehalf mie diepikeevery way new 8 room dwelling hpuse aqdltobacconearly all lies well and is idahi farjoI h state of cultivation This is strictly a nice place and a chance for some lIdrigbtWe also have for sale a 330 acre farm loeated 3Jf miles from Spriclg field Ky The improvements on this place are excellent the dwelling being a twostory brick six rooms halls and pQrches located in a beau tifully shaded yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbuild ings There is on the farm a good orchard and plenty of small fruit plenty of tobacco land and some timber is well fenced and watered Price S40 pei acre No 78 80 acre farm located in Marion county good 5room dwelling good barn well fenced and watered all lies well and convenient to school and church Price S2500 No 79 75acre farm well located good improvements of every kind new hoqse and barn all iietWeil close to good school and all churches Price 3750i82 75 acre farm 2 miles east of Polin on WillLsburg pike good dWell lug and barn Price 530 per acre 83 100 acres located miles north of kgood dwelling and tobacco barn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco land Price 32600 84 96 acre farm located 4 miles least of Springfield ygood Im provement of every kind Land all lies well new place Price S5Q per acre 1 98 50 acres land w l1locatedjnearII Mt Zion church all land good 4 room dwelling barn 36x40 place well watered good arch Pric 1000 ard1 dWe1Ijlng100 5qacre farm good boxiouse topaccoland1600 frqmSpringfieldall good land Price45 peracrfe 108 60aeres land all lies well small house and barn Price2400 109 140 acre farm new improve ments of every kind farm mostly n no ron 1 l J barn land all lies well well fenced t and watered PriceS35 per acre 86 50 acr farm 6m Ies of Spring held nice smalt tiwelhinig good barni fPrIce3OOO f JGood87210 acre farm near Mau t Ky t improvement of every kind welfj fenced and watered right oh fhei I pike Priceright arid terms easy 88 65 acre farm located 2f miles ftom Springfield Ky right on the pike Price 2 000 V 190 125 acre 14 miles South of Lou f isville Kynnicer place well imprbvedv sUe yell one mile from railroad fjt station v 99 160 acre farm located H milejs from Springfleldr Kysrightfn thetif pike all lies well o6dsmaIl1 ouse good barn and place well watered 25 per acre 100 100 acre fanri 2J miles from v Mac cviUe good new G rpom dweUingistock and tObacco barn f rkIpdsofbottom Priee 30 peracre Springfield 4barnspikePrice Ir miesfromSpringfield station all good land mostly in grass acres of credo bottom good house and barn well at house and one barn Price 3200 103 140 acre farm gqpd improve ments of every kind both stock amd tobacco and barn all in grass 8 acres of bottom land Price 750jj if 104 250 iqre farm well Improved Iall lies weiland in grass right on the J KyPeracre404a f grass right on pike Price 830 pera hacre n TI Town Irpperty rr l1itrl lu r ritJuA 7 room dwelling1 on MainSi Street in perfect repair Everything new and clean h A well equipped two story dwelling on Covington Avenue just completed nicely furnished modern equipped with liglit and water Price 275U Four room dwelling on Virginia i IModern 7 room dwelling located oix water anb lights tiice lot good stable and other out baildings Price 3500 tiroad f Z11I1r 1rJil Lbcesl2 JWIsipabIre ajipftars Jnorth ySpringfield Pricc3400 fll Ii p II THESB DOYOUKNOW TACTS LouisviltoisBoomingI ABOUT LOUISA rVIIXE 350000 people within a r crdiusofonly6rnllesl It leads the WORLD it In the manufacturing Jeans farm wagons ti sewer pipe wooden oozes and in producing L4Sand handling whisky sole leather cement rir az handles andphanbtrs supplies rt LouiSTille is the home of the largest organ l 0 G factory in the world the Iwest soap factory 1 rcso fnth4southandoneofthsMrgesrplowfac toriesin the world and has 8 electric inter urban lines Lonlsiille is dty of BEAUTY FUL HOMESl Its city property valuatJen te 5cSj ssoooooooo It has the grsiideat park fbsystem In the United States and many 5a niecentpubflcbmUdnrrsaxtchurches pnd 2i iaeV thehomeoftheW0RtDSLLDINGCOM- i t Y MERCIALSCHOOU Enroll at this school do THOROUGH work and youQ never be STSW in want of a Rood position ln a booming nr t terprisinr city like Louisville NOW is las ttoetolnTasCBate Catalogue free MTilTiSmTTOiMtlKlSCtlLEtg LOUISVILLE KY 1 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH ycCO QKOItPOKATSO Long distance Ilnes and telephones or this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Isslselppl and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people ofthl great section of the country We solicit yoitr patronage Rats ron able Equipments and facilities unsur passed jf11tJ J lAMES E CALWtLLSLELAPID 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