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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 0 S7ABLSIIED 1 1S1 IN 1883 oo t T1 NEW SER1ESYOL X1IK NO WASHINGTON COUNTY KEtWyCKY NOVEMBER d I 1906 t KOO PER YEAR j c OS th I JM F TRUSTYd fer PRACTICAL i DENTISTOffice over Ha vdon Barber JVnta1 work atreasonable prices 1 1 work guaranteedt SPRINGFIELD KY OUR Ul E TORY1 SPRINQtflEIJ county seat of-r Washington County 2 miles south r asjt of irdxirigion 59 miles from Louisville on Bardstoxyn branch of kouisvillejand Nashville railroad in- i vv fanning and agricultural district f W Two Banks telegraph and telephfane Unes Express office flour mills lumber ranis Pqpuation iWO population of uunty 15000 1Represen ta iveitl Congress Hon D Smith Hodfjenville Ky Representative ihKcutucky Legis ature Hon W D Clay broofce Representative in State Senate Hon I Harry ancaater Lefianon Ky County directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May tnd Octo ber c Ita TiurxnanJudgoS RsI Djurham Commonwealth At drney T Robt A Noc Clerk s fa G eachmany Master Commiss onsr f J QUARTERLY COURT QuarterlyCourt is held on the third Monday in each mouth BL Litsey Judge COUNT COURT j ij County Crt mectfc on the fourth day in e tch mouth B L Litsey JudgeSyv F Booker County Clerk t r T S Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer I SIdney Oebourne Sheriff 78am Anderson HB Powell- HerbertEddleman DeputiCiIi Ed Masters James F Moore County Surveyor j T P OBryan Assessor oW T Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurerll P JM Montgomery Coroner- S Bush Suptof Common fSchopls PO Springfield f 1 =t CITY COURTsJames R Hoe Police JudgesroJtn Grace Marshal m F Grigsby City Attorney J JUSTICE COURT t Jrutice Courts are held in January t April July and October i Church Directory METHODIST CHTIRCIit Rev GT Lyon Pastor Ser t jICC on the First and Third Suadavf in each month at 31 a m an 1730 pm SundaySchool every Sunday atlO am Prayer ming every Wednesday aifiht CTHOLICCHURCIv Rev PF Hennessav Pastor Ser vices wery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a nj Servjccsat St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH I SRv1 fWddn Patoi ciyi ever Sunday PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev 1D JLatimer Pastor Preaciilne avcrz Sunday at 11 nm and at1 pmw Sunday school every Snnday at 10 am Prayer meetin 1 every Thursday evening at 7 oclock 1 f r BAPTIST CHURCH t I 1j Rev Wm Harrison WiI3iani Past- preaching every Sunday at 1 aiu and 745 pm Sunday School every Undayat 930 am Prayer meenp e ry Tuesday evening at 74o oclock rrFraternal Orders I MASONIC IODCE Springfield lodge No50 meets firtaud third Mouday eiiachmonthSWashington R A Chapter No Sf- jncets every second Tuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets onI k very lour hMonday KNIGHTS of TirE MACAHEES tIIII j a it KIIDNEY CURE t j WItL CURE YOU It i ofany case of Kidney or i Bladder disease that is not Beyond the reach of medi 1ciner rtiot risk having Brighfs Dis l i case or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay SOc and 100 BottlesJtE- FUSEPU8STITUTCS Forsale by He 1 CJ sDr r oT THE News leaderI l 44SPRINGFIELD LFOLEYS reo rrow tfi hWro U J I ROUND friWi1j- i OF TALK Itg t S 5CJ H MOO C M SMMMifMMM5i iIOctober cl Theres a heartache in the song j That the robin trills today Andthe blue bird lib jrers long Wherethe dells are turning gray And theres sorrow in his lay t And his lyric holds a tear For the silver of the year That bedecks the autumn way Theres the iei1uIexnofmall In the rhythm of the brook And each leaf becomes thrall Gived in some crfrnsoin nook Theres grumness Jn the loqk 0 Of the opalescent sky 1 Scarlet pages flutter by Out of autumns tragic Took Theres a stillness to theair That bespeaks a time to be t When the winter winds will fare Through the dale and over sea With their songa symphony In 1Sn eerie minor strain As the pallid spectre rain Rides tn5 palegiists fearlessly r LtStacyE Baker BE GROWLER An GX cbangB indulges in the following pertiiment remarks concerning the growler or the fel Icw who is always knocking on his town Chcasionly one will hear the remark I wish I were out of tthis town H and then one feels like saying St7 wish you were frth man who stands on street orners chewing and spitting telling obcene stories cursing the town finding fault with his grandmother be e auesshe was a woman claiming the merchants are a lot of thieves thatthe lawers and news paper men would skin a man to a fioish and a whole lot more is a nuisance and an abomination Anyone pestered with oneS or more such worthies would be justified jIn exercising cowhide authority on the bosom of their pants No o eis obliged Jti live where he is not suited If oie liasnt an encnurinjr wotd oftbp business enterprise aifd institutions of his town he should hOt up and ergo way back and it down If things dont suit you move on to where they will A growler and a sorehead inn tow 1is an enterprise kiner ever time It would pay 4 town tq donate him o and tell him to mow on Xy NSATISFAQTORY We hear of a good deal of compamt 1the1 existing conceruinc the growing of the crop antl not aiew have been heard to express the determination to quit the beenjCorcedthemajh orieJlbeing the in securing efficient difficultyI has been so scar6e and demands fthattberei f the crop at the present prices It seems to us tha1tthe great trouble with tobacco growers re L cently is that they try to grow a biger grop than they can coliivat properly This year especiallyi thousands of pounds of tobacco was allowed to perish ofthjlackin the barn The wet season in terferedseriously with the work ing of the growin crop and life worms damaged a big iot Then tho tobacco was of such heavy and rarik grovth tha when gafheriig time came nearly every farther discovered that be had only about enough bain room to prop 11011 take care of hL crop and comequenca a great quantity frrfs destroyed by house urnl The farmer would doubtfj ss find it more profitable to plant a smaller acreage and cultivate it well than to attempt more than he cap propeJtt atend to He- will realize higHer prfces and get tore mon y in the end rt FTEH THEM They siyi jfyjk that the grand jury lias been getting after the saoon keepers with a sharp stick for alleged violations of the law iji I regard to the sale of whiskey The recent local option agitation in the county which has directed t atention particularly to thejj operations of the saloon men isii tlioi it to b Tempos tbfe fo the severity of the prosecutions and offences whiCjh have herel fore one tinnqticedarei now being investigated The grand jury hast devoted particular at tention to whiskey selling at t fair grounds There is no Jii cense issued for the sale of onlyic61l lTegaily It is claimedl howev that whskey has been sold along witlrthe beer The matter been ovelooktd by theyauthori ties all along until this year when they decided to prosecute and the result vis a large batch of indictments A large number of indimentswere also leturned f f6irsellihgiliquor to minot TAT HAT DOES IT MEAN VLi Among the campaign doc uments which have been floating about during the present can i pagn for nominations before the Democratic State primary the circular which we publish below is the most puzzling Ore came in a plain envelope postmarked Indianopolis and addressed I to the NEWSLEADER We understand there were sever al others received here and the recipients thereof are busyI guessing as to what it meansj Some seem to think it a scheme on the part of Beckbam and prejudlcemhers e other siGelIn any case it is very foolish scheme We will violate the injunction contained iin itto Shotv this to no demo rats and publish it as tollowsJ My Dear Sir4he friends of Gor svSS Tajlor in Kentucky and hull ana beleve it will be to his interest J and to the interests of Chas Fjnle y to have J B McUrepry nominated s hayforr comingdfHnocraticiimary will also be an easy matter to defeat theyarcTaylor and Mr Finley will be safe We owe and the republicans of Kentucky owe that cursed Beckham a debt which we can liquidate in the c primary if you boys tan stand it to work in adeniocratic electioncWe got your name from your party leaders who assured us ion were made af jrooQ stuff Show this to no demo crats and work Yours W Sf TAYLORS FKIEXDS 4 il l LAV The votesinSTocK precincts of the coun ty tare to vote on the question atii the election next Tuesday as to t Whether or1 not stock shall be permitted to run at large There have been several attempt at passing a stock law in certain t districts in the past but the polt PSltIOU failed 10 carry for one reason or anther Sometimes thef question is not understood am i the voter becomes confused and failtivote 1tt as he intends The question as it willappear On th Ctt youtnrunning itt large of cattle in u district No 7 Washington i county Asquarq opposite the word Yes is for those in favor ofsuch a law to vote in while those bThevote on the question Pottville uSpringfieldi fiqld No 10 f Doctors Sam He Wf NolLlyc her Fry Woodruff Pr writes After doctoring for two years with the best physicians in Waynesburg and still getting worse tbe doctor dvipedine ifr had any business attend to 1 had better attend to it toI DflCC il as I could not posfibly live Eammeuidodimmediatelysent my son tc the store for it and after taking tnree bottles hOgan to get better and continue to improve until I was entirely well LebanonLocals From the Falctm- 1Rcv CHPratbrer pastor of Methodist church announces a evival meeting to begin on the jrst Sunday November Rev Dr J H Early of Elizabeth themeetiugDr n revival services and will do j Dlch good The church will in r stall anew furna6e J in themean time and will also supply the church with the new Methodistt Hvmm Book The other minisi ters of tie towi are cordially in vited to attend and bring theirt congregations The servic owill be at 230 in the afternoon II und at 780 in the evening Rev GW Lyon will have charge ofr the music herues d y at noon the residence of Mrs Fannie nays and Mrs B S Bradshaw on Water street VS discovered to be on fire toBIerthe whereabouts of the fire after part1Sment didnt arrive until the flames had gained considerable headway Most of the furniture was taken from the building but some or itwas damaged to a great extent The fire and water almost totally destroyed the hous Mrs Bays had 000 insurance on IIP rr part of the house and Boo on the furniture while Mro Bradshaw had SinO on her half of the dwelling 1MlrS Sarah Hayden and family occuped the Bradshaw side and it is said that the tire originated from adefective flue from this section A TOME McratlO My mother has suddenly been made YoungatTO Twenty years of intense suffering had entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking whichehave completely cured an ll restored i the strength and activityl i she had in the prime l writes Mrs W L Gilpatrjckt of Danforth Me Greatest restora tfeve medicine on the globe Sets f Stomach Liver and KidneysA right purifies the cures Malaria Biliousness and l VVeaknessQS Wbnderlul Nerve nic Pri e 50c Guarantee d by C J Haydcffi druggistN Without Funds = j jIPaducahKyApatby among the voters in McCracken countya with both candidate fgr Senator ia the DemocraticState primary hae tried to counteract has ausedsiiicus condiion of affairs which may result in this not participating in the primary al all Only 150 of the 600 asked for the State Committee has been received and the fund has beau augmented by local coritribntions The County Committee of which the Hon W A Berry is chairman is al most hopeless and tomorrow the stuation will be publicly proclaimed The situation in McCracken county Is not cal- cculated to stimulae much in serestOllfe James has no posilion for Congress and aside opbl onlyJthis city in the elec ion of the boards of the General Council the School Board and beCitvJudgefpresent r s are all Republican l In tho eighteen citv precincts entirely new election paraphernalia must be secured for the c primary In the county of course there eing no election at all nobody feels it incumpent on him to put p for the expenses Little hope s entertained of securing volun eel officers forth primary the qommittee haVing ES usualc selected for the oflicors men who need the = d For a tne- Chiidren 1 To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour i age strength How is it with cts the children Are tthey thin pale delicate Do not forgetI Ayers SarsapariUa Youtt know it makes the brood pure and rich and builds up the l general health in every way The children cannot possibly have eoo lhealth tliileit the bowels are In proper condition Cor rect any constipation by giving mall laxative docs of Ayerf rills All yegetablougatcOatel 4e7SEURR0RkL ret e f = a The Lecture Course The Springfield lecture CourSE which TClll be give ali theoperlJ house this winter will open 01 the evening of TUesdaY Nov 13 Hon Chas E Town IIwhenappear in one of his Cele lecuresS EARNEST WHAY ONEAL Earnest vVray Oneal who will fill one oL the dates in the lecture cours lateron is very highly speken of by the press wherever he has appeared The Aurora Ill Express in speaking of him says In Mr Oneal Aurora has one of the most brilliant speakers thaj ever graced a lecture platform His discourse for an hour vas the precipitation from years of read ingandtbought remarkable forts intensity When fairly upon his favorite theme he is a thunderstorm with a torch light procession and pyrotechnic display thrown in did a wan come into urora and in so horta tim- eakch a Kign positorr in the Uction of the people H The sale of sea s will begin at Red Cross Drug Store on ov lstat A M Vhen a Ifcorsc is ovenvorked it Ha Owfl and in other way declares its Inability to o further you would cdn sidqr it criminal to use force Many man of human impulse who would not willingly harm a kittoniis gUilty f cruelly when his own stornrch is concerned Overdriven Overworked when what it need is something that will digest the food eaten and help the stomach to recuperate Soinethinc like Kodol For Dyspepsia that is sold by the Red Cross Drug- Store Land Sale Ie will at my place at Station on BookerI Tnesftay November offer sale my farm containg 300acres Tnisfarm will beoffir i in two tracts one tract on the side of the railroad contains 200 acres a mod groom rick house three tobacco barns one stock Sara and other build injis Contain 60 acr sof timber and good tobacco land TJie other tract has good tenatit- ouse is well watered and and is good productive land The lland will be surveyed to the purchaser TERMS ox LANDOnethird- ash ami balance in one two and three years with lein note bearing interest from dtuO At the same time and place will sell a lot of cattle two good work mares one good work horse 52 sboats 1000 bushels cf oln some opts in bundles some odder farming implements etc Sale will begin at 1C nm J C MANX Notice to Farmers Now is the1 time to tginto use Bourbon 7 Hog Cholera Remedy if you want to lkeep your hogs free from disease We will sell you a gallon of this remedy you can useit for thi it days arid if it does not keep your hogs in perfect health during this time you need not pay for the mcdf cine Isnt this the fairest proposi tion you cter heardof Costs only 5 per month for each hog arid the extra gain in flesh caused frop its use more than pays for thefcost of e remedy C J I1a don Springfield Ky WaIt a Divorce In the Lexington Circuit Court last week Mrs Jean War i Hutchinson filed suit for di fron her husband John- utIinson a leading rnerchanI that city She alleges cruelI J ty and asks for alimony poss essionof her wedding present and a return to her 3 name Mrs Hutchinson was fo ly Miss Jean Warren oW Miiiand is quite well l nown in city where she nas visited Her marriage to Hutchinson last winter wjs oLie oftbe biggest society Vents that ever took place in Danville In J une last when her seperaiiqh became known it caused a ser sation It was said at the time that Hutcbinson abused his wife aol later drove her from her home and she has since been living with her parents in JPanr ville Harrodsburg Demporut A Badly Bnrllc Girl or bcyf man or woman iis quickly out of pain if Bucklens Ar- nica Arnica Salve is applied promptly G J Welch of Tekonsha Midi says 11 use it in my family for cuts sores and all skin injuries and find iit pei feet Quickest Pile cure known Best healingi salve made 25c at Q J Haydons drugstore Given Prison Term Lexington KyAfter thir teen and onehalf hours delib eration the jury which tried Daniel M Adams a former at tendant at die Eastern Kentucky Asylum charged with the mur den of Fred Ketterer formerly patent there returned verdict this afternoon finding Adams guilty of assault and bnttey and fixing his punishment at one years confinement in the county jaili The verdict is criticised ad versely by many people Fred Pharis charged with the Same murder was sentenced to five years in the penitfentiary last week W W Claggett charg edl with the same crime will be tried torrorrow Deate Cannot Bsto by local app1ications as they cannot 1Therei ness anti tba is by constitutional remedies Deafness is Caused by an inflamed condition of the taUcona iin inguf the Eustrcbiaa rub When this tube is inflamed you have a rum tiling sounder imperfect hearinvand wneji is entire closed dgafaesd isJ the result apd nnless tne inflam mation can be taken out and this trbe restored tc its normal condition hearing vrijlj be destroyed forever nine cases o ibyICatarrh which iis nothing hut an inflamed condition fof the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circu lars free F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggists i5cITak Halls Family Pills for con Btipatioti Had a Fortune LuisvilleLouis Mihtz aged 80 years was found dead in his room at 1925 Congress street He lived alone in a squaljroom which life had occupied or past year He was a shoemiker r 4 4 t H 109 4 IJEARII 2 0 I it 1 F s f Jt 8IlkiiiffPowderAAcozaevFure A wholesome cream of tartarr baking powder Makes the finest lightest best flavored biscuits hot cibreadsAlum and alumphosphate rpOiwdersare injurious Do not g pse them Examine the labels f f4c r Sifnv j PQWDEh NEW Jiiu t u and worked generally from dawn neighborspoorman but when hicldtbing was searched in the linings were found certificates of deposit in the Louisville Trust Qamahy andllbondsf them btinggih edge SecreteI a1rutthe house was found 820 in bUs nt1 r coip Ic was a so sh wn frojn memorandum on hi per a tba Miliix owned t oIgot d htiie at T yen l fifth and Mrketstreet UOJl3e IiJDOSfd llDjn Foley Co Chicago orijjinated fJoneyanciTarasa throat and ljk rsrmerit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offe ed for the genuine Aok for Foley Honeyaiid Tar and refuse any subfctV trite afferedas no other pr paratioh xill ff ive the stme satisfaction It is mildly laxative Itojdtains no optr iates and iis safest YorVchildrea and 3ticato1DruS1 I A ray Bullet A speciallfrom Sturg s Kyt says Robert Whitefield iio guard employed at tile shaft btthe West Kentucky Coal COrn P rwas accidently shot and killed after midnight last niglvt j by another guard named Hall i Whitefield had just come watch and was standingi offIeIe the fire at his quarters other guards who were iing for rest when a ball fw through the prepairrrstrikinghim in the and piercing the ch him He lived but a afterward and th body was shipped to his hone at White Plains Ceristiari county tot day J The fatal shot was accidently discharged from d alls gun a Jong distanc front the barracks ashe was emptying the cartrid ges from his rifle and prepairing to go on duty Dont forget we are in the grocery business to stysocoiI l in and let us sell you afrCam Vpbells S 0000000o000 ooooODOO 8 Why Go Away Qtlr r c T From Home 8 To Buy Furniture when you haveright fdl herein your Home Town a 8 Complete Line of fine furniture from which to make a selection It is no idle boast when I say that IIcan sell Furniture to hovme peopleot and give better goods for less money than they can get by going to Louisville or elsewnere Those whot6 tried it will endorse what I sav IIam now gettingus 6 in the biggest stock of f1 jber Furniture Rugs Chairs Etc b i have ever handledand I will make prices that IIibawillW B J BACHMAN a 9 TIlE FURNITURE MA Nc S riOOOOfA oo tL5UBSCRl1JON Public Sale of Land and Stock At my place near Hillsboro church I wiil on V THURSDAY NOVEMBER t9Wv beginning at 10 oclock sell to thejhighest bidder my farm con taining 3C6 acres Has house and two gto3 too burns30 ailfiji Of tihl m Innri If nrkfoAlrt the ffirm wll be offerei fjr rent t Will 1so sell 2 srool work horses one 2 year did hprs6jini r a suckling Colt o ecowsoWantf seven shoats a iwohorse wagon it mower ndabaytdke household and kitchen furniture j1erm made known on dsjfof i ae JOHN SHfiivMAKBji s M1 Campbellf Aucfcioheeiv I Aged Minister Diei QaIIlpbeUsval e Y7O The Rev J L EdringCoJ aft aged and greasy beloved MeiKBT dist rainiitftron the Campbellv Ville circuit died at his home iFsix miles soutewest of thisiplacV t this riorning of paralysis arid come i JtioQa He is suryiyed by a widpwnejB Miss Ferguson v Louisyilld Eyy and a dal hid ACountysTfie deceased was well known I in SpnngfioldI having had charge of the cHurch here t tlkne time V fcc i4- BrFrmThepillejf i HtTheres grave danger lroiljietplague of Coughs and Colds lm that are so prevalent unless you H ake Dr Kings New Discovery it or Consumption Coughs tti it Coldsl Mrs Geo Wallsf fFOJioi est City Me writes It sq1 iGodsend to people living ini ltlfcimates where c mgbsandco1i1st prevail I find it quickly endf t rl them It prevents pneumonia tJcures la grippe gives wonderful i trelief in Asthmaatjd Hay Fever t and makes wakhnigsstr9ng u 4 enough to ward off corisupaptippj iJ it coughs and colds Oc ndlfjfGuaranteed by CL J Haydbrfsrtr drugstore Triall bottlet I free Y J VWhatMac tr ti7 if Au exchange tells a plaiii rff truth in thIs I shionhTta newspaper isi for every ody ndhence must bublisb sbVeS ri for tverj hoiy Ifyo sO t J something that iis of little jibfexi est toyoa remember hit thra rare others and that the entire 4fpaper is not printed especially for you The vry thing that is L ull and uninteresting tojou il t timaybe the best thiqg in the tpaper far some other reader i and other readers have just as good right to be pleased as you have ISIiere are whole pagts f iilHinJtDoulterestller3 A paper whicnliCOtitamn nothing but such mater as wpold terest ony ope or another of tt wonld have a 1iinitednunllt 4 t1 of readers There are many ipeojle of many minds and the t+ tJ ajper shOUlhaiej spmetbigg 4them all f Keep the tow1c oile9Weiycn yc a cold ant use agQ rdyi itnkmbranesi Laxative HqneYl1Ii Tati Jj c0ft 1nd ho opiates more the tbjr 5 irlvca ijut the cojd Itls1Ibldtastes good Sold by the Tsd Cro V g toriL I21TJ iIJT JIfNWSLADlR PVBLJ v cyxcT TMUMDAY IA YJEAPUN ADVANCE I SimiMGFIELD KY J ELDAVISON Jr Local at WB SS notices 10 cents pe acallollhUlulIInsertion GftUs MI ca Uiate s and political matte T Job wrk is elMe at low rates bat casb fi too i jmi r JCff AarertM eestracU made on liberal efp3bLtliITIfB and rQO1t1tlOfl3OfTlSpCt pit 11M 3tOV IOn 1250CMy J OIekW tie KOO THUIWDAY NOV 1 1906 For Congress We are authorized to announce F TM L HEAVBIN of Ohio county as a candidate for Congress from the Fourth Congress lonal district on the Republican ticket Election November 6 1900 We areAuthorized to announce Robert Noe as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court cSabject to the action of the Demo 4 4ratIc party 1ff Tribute To McChord The following tribute to Hon I 3 i C C McChord we take from tie CincinnatiPost r A number of years ago C 0 McChord was a hard working lawyer down in the town oft Springfield Kv He gradually got into politics as most lawyers do and one day capt rd tbe t Democratic nomination for Rail road Commissioner in the Louis Thyule district and was elected JSince theu be has he d the office ad has conducted himself well f It was he who was largely in r struraental in revising the freight tariff rates in this State so fav f orably to the shippers that the vxailroads are preparing bitterly 10 tight the new tariff and inci dentally to ight McChcrd They are making desparatt efforts to defeat him for the Damocratip nomination which is oneof the best evidences that while in office lie served the PEp TE AT LARGE anJ NOT the railroads in P ARTICULAR He has been one of the few Rail road Commissioners in this or or any othertateof whom this could be claimedI4cNow this seems to bea very sticng statement It smacks so strongly of partisani flavor and personal bias that it wJl be nec essary to give the strongest 4basisiortlns claim und here itis Recentlyvi let the State was z visited by a cold snap the coal dealers in Louisville and else where suddenly made avers considerable and seemingly un f calledfor increase in the pries of coal1 Much complaint was mad and some oCthe dealers atterap ed to throw the bame upon the raihoads The Interstate Commerce Corn mission more alert under Roose velt than under any orher Presi dent immediately took cogni zance of tte situation and de er roiLed to probe into iitto find t out whe her the railroads con trolled the ICentucky and Tenn e3 eti coal fields or if npT whether they controlled thedir riiye of coil for the purpose of iLcreasing prices all around Totake charge of thiwork to conduct thecaso to make out a list of vitiesses and lo c oss examine them under oath it Wi s necessary for the 4nte stati Commerce Commissioh to pick out one thoroughly familiar w th ih railr ad situtton in tiJieSlbte jxnd at the same time one who nth opinion of a nonpartUan body was honest und faithful The man cbt sn was C C Mc Chord 1hat is why the presumption oris very strong that he is an honest official 1 hat iis why every goodI iitsz3ni ought to hops the rail roads will nt be able to defeat him The best evidence of bis nsalulnees iis in the railroad op j isiticri and the IiitErsate Com merce Commissions cheesin Jbin f j jtI Blood Pears r Tf suit from chronic constipationr vibjch i14 quickly cured by Dr J- ljKrn New Life Pills P1w remoeuil1 poisonous ge ms from jliefajsem and infuse new life V andvigor ewe sour stomachi Uaufcia headache dizzinsssand i colic without griping or discom fort 25c guaranteed by GJ liKYcOlldrugrt t1- bP i iifJ T IMOOR S71LL1 WR are having some wmtry weather at presents Mfifsrs Tom Truaxand Tames Liotpn of Spencer county ate visiting Mr James Tr ax and family at this place fanhiiyIbfweek with relatives here Jastl Messrs B MC1Jlanl John Ellis attended the box supper at J Stringiown last Friday night All of our iriends that went to Illinois have secured jobs anSI are well pleased in their new home Mr William Sweeny and family Woodlawn attended church aNew Hope last Sunday and dined wrh James CulLand family Mr Frank Janes and Miss Millie Grigsby went to Willis buig last Wednesday and were married by Rev Si trims Corn gathriogiS oing on at ai rapid rate Mr James Cull has returned daughterMrscounty Mrs Maggie Lyddane and daughter Frtiry were in Spring field last Saturday shopping Miss Mary Linton bas return ed toher home ift Spencer county from a weeks visit to her uncle Mr James Truax One of the prettiest rountjry weddings that has happened in these parts for some time was solemnized at the home of Mr and Mrs Ed Yoc last Thurs day when Mr Lr nnie Barker and Miss Myrile Robinson werp united in the holy bonds of mat rimony Rev Williams offlcia Ipresentmany valuable presents WeI wish them all the happiness in the world There was preaching at New Hope last Sunday by Rev Camp bell of Louisville Thfere will oe preaching next Saturday and Sunday Everybody iinvited to attend f Misses Sallie Hendren and Effie Gordon bf Wil iSsburg Annie and Emm Well of Ta tbam Springs Messrs Robert Clark and Will Simmtj of Willis burg attended the Robinson Uarker wedding Mrs Albert WallI spent last week wish her parents Mr and Mrs Rhodes tit podlawn Mr Ben Cull and family of Woodlawn are visiung Mr James Cull and family this week Mr Charlie Settle has r tulnc ed home from a visit to his brother Otis Settle in Lbuis ville Misses Effia Robinson and a Dora Brown from Louisville j attended the wedding of their ister Miss Myrtle Robinson J last Thursday f Miss Ora Carney visited her brother at Fairtield last turra day and Sunday S i Miss Fairy Lyddane fur helo girll visited her parents at Midway llast Saturday and Sunday Mrs T Do Sweeuy visited her brother Mr William Chesser aJ Polin Jast urday Miss Alma Orkies visited her i parents at Springfield from Fri say untilMonday Mrs Robert Hines and daugh rer Miss Mollie were in Spring field last Saturday shopping Mr Lonnie Lipton visited his parents in Spencer county last Saturday and Sun flay Mr Ham Pileamri family of Valley Bill visitei Mr BenMI Pile and family Sunday Can you win You realize that toI win in anything these days requires strength with mind and tody in tune A man or woman with discrlered digestive organs iia not in shape for a days work or a days play How can pspepsiaof a healthy stomach and will put our stomach in shape toperform its important function of supplying the body and brain with strength build iig blood Digests what you eat re lives indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach falpitation of the hart and constipation Sold by the Tied GIOJS DrugStore 1 1Ferest View IRoy Emith and Mi s Alice B unfo d Ed Osborn- r and Miss Ray Blunfbrd Manual Smith rind Hester Blanfrd Fonsy 1M dley and Miss N ra Smih R P Blanfprd and Mis ESe Smith notwithstandingtt1s high wind last Saturday visit d Mm draugbs Hill in search of chestnuts t A pleasant d y is reported toMessrs Wat Oryan and Lee Smith visited Getnsemani to see how the boys were getting on last Saturday and rpported them doing tine f Messrs Pat Hamilton and Rue cpunyTastthey had not returned We visited CJ L Grun dy a few days since at his new home at Valley Hill and found hIm and his ecod lady with smiles all over their faces We do not blame them with their beipt1fpl new house and lovely situation as they have selected fJ The marjtage of Mr jCqlle Eosor and Miss Susia JCeene is announced to take pface in time arjaarj prices IwFrom the lot of lumber hat Is oeing sawed by Mr Waters there will boa good doi of building dove Our turnpike roadsareini an awful condition and no prospect of them being worked we have heard bf no attenion bung jgiven them this year farmers Take Notice Bonrbon Bog Colera Remedy is the yeybesthogremec1y in the world Use it as a preventive lorI if it does not keep your hogs healthy and free from diseases you need not pay us one cent for the remedy Costs you only Scents pter month for each hog and the extra gain in flesh caused from itsuse will more than pay for the medicine CJ Haydon Springfield Ky Valley Hill Mrs John Virgin of Maul ssectionrhursday FridayFrank visitedSplace Friday IMr and V rs W F Moran were fir Springfield Friday on legal busiuess SIP Derringer recently pur f IromWM W Seay sold a bunch of shoats to time local stock traders for 100- Harry Derringer andwi1e Miclw1yfhursday Mr Joe Beaven of Moor es nIle is spending ihe week at Oak Hill doing some carpenter work for M W Seay Mr T B Baker of Hillsboro passed through this section Sun day enroute to Woprtiawn 10 visit Mrs Mack Herpes who is ofdiserses 111dneo lrsT A Tatum spdnt Mon score years Mesdaires Will Guess and R L Goatley soent saturday with MrsqTbosReed Miss Margaret Lair has re turned to her home in Loulsvfille aafter a brief visit to her mother at this1 place t Mr and Mrs S G Reddix spent last week wit W T Sni ier aud wife oc near here Mr anJ Mrs John Janes lave removed from Midway to therhome near SpnngSeld Mr J F Head recently pur I chafed a farm house of Frank Janesat117 Mrs Chas Lewis met with a p inf ol and exciting vet not serious accident one day re cently when she attempted to drive a gentle horse from the yard and as it didnt just suit the animal it suddenly became poses ed with seven devils and iqilictingIing nicely at present and serioas results are feared noI Th 3 Editor drove a nail home when he said few democrats know the respective candidates and it also reminds me of our school election only on roan went to vote and of course elect ed himself That doesnt show ffiuoh interest indeed and a dem ocratic district too Beckham spems to be paining ground slowly but surely as time goes on Possibly the Democrats will not forsake the Boy Gov and give hirn tie victory in the bSenatoral rae Among those who were entor taned to dinner in honor of Mr md Mrs Frrnk Janes nt the home of their father N W Ja e of Springfield on latSaturday were Mesdames T B Baker if Hillsboro J L Moran and children E C lanes and daughter Ben Janes ard children Mr and Mrs J L Misesusie DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Judge Court of Appeals jp POBSON 0 0r eo J For Congress 0- r BEN JOHNSON D For Circuit Clerk ROBT O1 0 ft 4 4ih i DC i ii = s B c F4ACTORIES I r The Styles of Diamond Brand Shoes are Exclusive An officer of our companydesigns our styles and patterns and does nothing else This unusual attention to detail results not only in originality and correctness of style but in truer patterns and better fit This is one reason why Diamond Brand Shoes snug up under the II arch and hold their JK shape so nicely Sho=MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE INTHEMST r t ii L ASK YOUR DEALER FOR DIAMOND BRAND SHOES 1 Willisborff AHreport a most enjoyable day long to be remem bered bv everyone Together with the writer the relative and friends wish the honored guests many such happy days well spent during many proSperous years to come L TJno Maies Hcnioiy WcUflll IiivI- so WOman no matter hoy regular HT features may be can be called yrctty if her complexion is bad Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup aids di gestion and cloars callow blotchcd complexion by stimulating ihe liver ana bowels Orino Laxative Fruit Sup doca not nauseate or gripe and fsiimld and pleasant tdv take Remember the name ORINO and refuse to aecept any substiiute Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Surprised Their Friends Vallev Hill Cor jj On lat VednesUay Mr Frank Janes a we i kno n young farmer of nearslown and Miss Mildred Gngsljyt one of Mt Zions popular young soeie j girls surprised their many friends by driving to Willisburg where the services of Rev Sims were secured and soon they were pronounced husband and wife T3otli the bride and groom are dpserving young people and their many friends wish them rUIUeirpeace happinsand many joys be their lot is the prayer of Uno AUar This is to certify that all druggists eY1ifcough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la ifiippc cough and prevents pncumqmia and consumption Contains no opia teStThe genuine is in a yellow pack ape Refuse substitutes Sod by the Red Cross Drug Store To the Ladies of Washington Iunty Dont sell any more hens or rofstnrs until the turkey season iis over They arc very low now arid we will be able to pay you nt least 2 cents more for them inf ter the season is over Bear this in mind nnd hold them fo us M H Tuues REPUBLICAN TICKEr t For Judge Court of Appeals 0D For Congress AI t HBAVRINh D For Circuit Clerk 0 J j IANOND BRAND JUOlNAKlRS d IarniFor Sale 250 acres well located no acres creek bottom 30 acres in timber 125 acres iin grass land all lays well good dwelling With 7 robins good tenant house two barns 40 by GO both wtbref never failing wlls This pine is subject to division would make two nice place ConVen lent to church school and tail oad sta tionPtice 5400 terras asy For iursher particulars call on McEufo Y WHARTON 5 Real Estate Agents FARM FOR SALE SATURDAY NOV c 1906 At 2 clockP M l yili offer for sale to the high est bidder my farm located tutee quarters of a mile Irom Willis burg 03 the Tatham Springs piku containing 120 acres It has on it plenty of fire wbocl such a mulberry and locust and contains some good tobacco land The laud will be divided if desired in any way ta suit the purchaserI Terms easy and will be announced on day cf sale Will also selll itt the same tim one 8 your old work hor e one moreand a sow and pigs GEORGE COLYIN MIN WANTED Somewhere near Springfield to assist us in sho wing and sell ing properties No experience necessary if willing to let us teach you the real estate business Salary 60 a month to hones man willing to devote part of his time to this business GoOp rdtive Land Co- At rns Cijdg Minnepplis Minn If an article is imitate the origina is always best Think it over end when you go to buy that box of salve to keep around the house get De Wilts Witch Hazel Salve It is the original and thaname is stamped on every box Good for eczema tetter boils cuts and bruises and especially recommended for piles Sold bytbe Red Cross Drug Store SAMPLE BALLOT= PROHIBITION JICKET For Judge Court of jI Appeals 0 0For Congress R H ROE0 0For Circuit Clerkii D EJ I = w AYLORS REPAIR SHOP llMainS i chiPrepired to do Harness Repairing Shoe repairing make picture frames mend guns pis tols sharpen saws and knives furnish sewing machine repairs fix you bicycle md clean and press clothes IMy Work is Guaranteed I Geo B Taylor OUR POISONOUS SNAKES tte Smptwmji That Conic From the Venom of Tliclr Cite Xotwlthstaiitllu Uic fact that there are many poisonous snakes Ih this country case of snake bite are not common They occur frequently enough however to make It vyortli ev ery farmers or country reamers while to familiarize himself with the poison ous effects upon the body of snake venom and the best inorus to overcome those effects The most common of the poisonous snakes lu this country Ire the toral snakes the copperbcad the water orrettlesimkvary soinowbat according to the vari ety of Kiali rtiid also tj thc state of the wcatlior anil the condition which the sna1e Is lu rt tth t tlnntK The pol Oilou3 cfTects r= tunIc markeil the hotter tIt weather at the tnje and the bite tl well toil snake is more harmful than that of one which is fHf1 lag The symptoms of snake bite are both local and general In the case of rat tlesnake Ito the local symptoms con sistin severe pain and vcty great dis coloration about the wound due to the suffusion of blood undor the skin even part becasies niortlfy greatly swollen and ThoI Tlie general symptoms come on quite rapidly Sometimes within ten or twenty minutes of tLe bite there is a rapid and weak pulse the victim Is nauseated often vomits staggers as he walks and suffers from niarkQd n increasing prostration Death may cur directly from the action of ndI venom or It may follow later and due to prostration resulting fromj the gangrene occurring at the site of the bite Recovery which occurs in about Threequarters of the cases of rattle make poisoning even when untreated is very prompt the symptoms of de pression disappearing as rapidly as they cam on when one has been bitten by a poi sonous snake the first thing to do is to prevent the entrance of the polson into the general circulation which Is to be done by tying a cord or a strjp of ilotli as tightly as possible about the limb above the bite then the part bitten shouFd be cut freely with a sharp iuifc with two or three cross cjits so hat It will bleed freely Sucking the wound is goodl for the victim but dangerous for the person whO does it for the poison may be ab orbed through any small abrasion near the mouth The elimination of the poiaoir that nay have been absorbed should be pro moted by the Use of purgatives and wrapping tile victim in blankets with tot bottles to promote perspiration Al cohol is of service lu moderate quautl ties but it should never be taken hr amount sufficient to produce intoxica tion youths Companion iiIci Yeunll Iroraiithe 3IoHlc lroIwithout further ado to the gradual oblivion whiqh overtakes the jojunc in art but Kiifertnuately programme mu jle not merely boras the musc lover It does him a positive injury whicli criticism ought so far as it can to mitigate By its fuse emplursis it dis tract attention front what music cat do supremely to what It can only botch anti bungle bring true masterpieces into discredit with Jlearcrs not sensl tivo or disciplined enough to appre elate them and plunges the simple intoI hopeless aesthetic quagmire Pitia ble Is the frequency of such questions on the Hps of aspiring students as Ought II when I listen to music to J1C iclmc1en rcrIct pictures or a tory fo jutfjre bj the minuteness Jt Its detail tlia art which Iwyond all then la crest by virtue of indullnit- eMcJsfoi and laqpros by appealing o faculties f3r bolow th6 levello In clhictual consctouiucss is t be sadly utcdulhnfel Gregory Jlason In At ntie To ainkr Court Planter WtrIIlitlrtTitc nearly all of tits wntcr by gaatle oat Adi t little spirits of winS to remainder Mult when it has die oltl slsiln it ihrotigh a piece of swrse Vn a The Strained tss wlioiild- ic a stiff jelly whu cool Pirteii the dg28 orn piece of clean silk to a oj lon frame lby mesas of tacks or thraad running the thread through the silk with a needle over the frame and through the silk again and soon until securely fastened Melt the Jolly and apply It to the sill with a clean hair brush spiaadlrig It thinly nun evenly over Ilia entire surface Allow this coat to dry thoroughly then give It a second coating In the same manner When the whole thing has become quite dry apply thrto coats of balsam of Peru This court plaster will be found very pliajjle and will not limit vamoIab1e Colors coloringInhyncllltbbluesgreens jaccjii oilnotr Hl andibe cnwh ou- dKILLTHECOUCH i AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery F PriceF3 100 OLDSFrco Trial Surest andQuickest Cure for all I TJOLOAT and LUNG TEOUB LXS or itOMEY 3AOX r = = LET ME kLYtUr Some of the latest Fin Styles iq SHOESand HATS and GENTS FURNISHINGS HATS have the most correctt shapes IIIhatsThe Hawes 300 ffht LeSds th inall A variety of shapes and quall fy andJull assortm nt to se lect from t IN SHOES f I have the latest styles ttndin the r cvlebtated OR 0 SeSET mle for iIl STYLE AIlD i t l ItoftiCMFQRT I u Also several oiher males in Shoes fOrjdress ocjzajtioDSi for roughwear Come iin and select a r rFall and Winter Stiit made to order from all wool goods at frora165O to i 3r 45 Guaranteed to fit Overcoats made to order and made to fit r i p r 1A11 the fall styles in Neckwear Gloves and Winter t Underwear o W T LEACfJMAN R M 1 Mens Outfitter + P 4lkI J a r r t = oOooo o4G 1 Attentioni HorsemenrlI desire o notify all those who have colts or horses ti break or train that I all prepared to handle 8 tthem The best of attention given while in my hands Horses Trained to Saddle ad tIarnessg 1 Jji Iwill have the Fair Grounds and the trotting track Q 1t f fi 1 6has been rebuilt and put in firstclass conr1ltooo 1 k1I ISQ Breaking Training Buying and Selling g I ifQ Will be my business l 8 L D BAKER 88l J ooooocoooooooooooQ i j tiiiir et fit iiTimeUrr i I J tf y1rtLanoldadage Itabigjump 1 rrQmthetimeof the first clock to now Bridge i ichasm and what have youXT tjThe first clock crude the pneof S t today almost a chronometer Irl iIfAccurate Iii lElegant Jewelry andIis what you find the year J at my jewelry store My k iclHcts n te rg cx crtinclctrg a jewelry toCk TOS t vtjJ m jney buy from me 4 lVI J f t r James J tYrayes fi r M I r l fr 1 r4 h 1 1J L Allen C M Tumey J W Beemaa I r i + 4j Ji t BlueGrass MauracurrngCo i rrriri IManufactors of j Harness and Strap Work nJ t We are especially prepared ito do all kincfs it I t of repairing to Harness Saddles etc v toI f 1 Band Made Harness a Specialty v j 1l J f 1- 1I Wall Street Near the Depott SPtINGFIEIJ KY f7 IraUittfacs iSiSIW kt1 ft I though thei Clocks I I U NIM ftIrtkffiSuJ I4i TW 1 OR JJM BURTON 1HSIDENT DENTIST f SLTEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN f OsTicB Hagan flock up stairs f SPRINGFiELD KY t o All Cental Work Strictly Firstclass IDRfJ CAWDD fv Piywcian and Surgeon v f I v Offices over Bfoydons Drugstore JllLamptnMD I j Office in Opera Uousej o Office Phone No 5 ResIdence No 38 I WF GR1GSBY ATTQRNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Bank i 8PRINGIiJELpIY t Lj B ROBARDS M W FYAT RoBARDSHYATT I Physicians and Snrgeons IJ Office over McElroy Sbultz DR J H HOPPER j PHYSICIAN aandd SURGEON f I PHONES Office Over v Office 97 HhgansGrocery Residence 71 DiW W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 4J Officeover C W Bagan s grb eery opposite Presbyterian J church Phones Orng 7kJr Residence 172 mm Y 5 MAYS I JUHERAL uilitCTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAYtl9 NIGHT 74 sfRiRGFffiLD KYI teair9ad Schedule f Following is the timaschedolt now ideffect on th Bardstowc indI Springfield braLCh railroad Nd 41i Leaves Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junctioi 502 j m Bardstown 552 pm arrives at ttpringheld 645 pm l 042LeaIes Springfield at 53b a m Bardstown 617 a m 0l3ardsiown Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardfetown Junction g30iiam Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm Ko44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Btlrd town 2BOpm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives ajt Louisville 545 pm 5 1 tiN 0 90 Sundays onlYrLeav SpriI tit ld at 715 am1 Bards town S am Bardstown Junction 815am arrive at Louisville 935am pNo 91 SundaVs only Leaves Lduisville at 6 pm1 Bardstown Tiininn 050 pm Bards town 753 pm arrives Springfield a825pm ToJcbaGCO SiiiDpers t We wish to state to our frfend tbroughcut the tobacco growing f sections that we are not conn ct edfdirectly or jndirtctly with any otter warehouse or ware jiouse company t Wecontlucta Strictly Inue pendent Tobacco Warehqui CommJssTon Business and re l pectfolly soliciti your patronawe OCA BRIDGES Co j Praprw itprr Picket Tobacco Warehouse e Lcfuisville Ky 408 m- oLi FRESH BREADS ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Daffy JAlways good always fresh Wt ihsve a Baker who is zn atI Atista maUinfir good things 5 Six Loaves of Bread for 25c HerJliens Gonfectioneiy j c ttHE IEKAS WONDER f Gpires all Kidnpy Badder ant IRheamatic troubles scld bv rAalTvdrQggiats or two monjhs featmetit by mail frr- ffl Ur 1 EJW Hall 2926 Olive sire- evii Louis Send forltontockJ i lS lf a i Vp5-Wt 1s 1111VC t WOO 1iWifii 1 I1 TOWN r mwro tirlrJWJmwromnrli Lcal Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest i1i 1 AlIAboiit Yourself Friends and Acquaintances n I nnftftnnnIDohtfail sde the displayi of 12 niece tofletb at Leachmans furniture store Iv are sUit lekdingiin the eg business We pay cash all the time at Campbells Jhave for salel one Jersey Jersey13u1 Dinner set of piece decora ted china for 408 at leachmans furniture storet Qdd pieces of uliiiTcan be had at Leachmans furniture stqre a6 half ieir value For 650 you can bny a atteacbmOus FOR EAreg steid years ling Hereford but7 A good iin- dividual g16 Leachman t FOR SALK Four ypung Du roc Jersey boars eligible to registry R C Canary 1 F D No 4 JSpririgeeldyi 5L VL tFOR SAtE Three Black Berk shire male shcats eligible to registration GW RFI1No4W- ANTmDTotrenfii1 FENwick i52 1t 8 or 10 acres of land with in two miles of Springfield k D HILL 1536 18th StVtoujsvjLle Ky Mr C B Jfffiries sold last week his farm on Pleasant Run near Texas to 3Ir Arvine Ar noldrTce SSpOO Cvlnmeftafternoon at 2 oclock Mrs Os Walker llres- 0 Mr 3 C Marin of this county tfes bought of Robert Lyle of Marion county a farm of 600 theRoBingwas 19000 Mr ftjahu adver sf s in this issue of the Nw elofproperty near BooKer Station preparatory to moving to his nejv home Mr Mann is a clevt r gentleman and a wIde awak en terprising citizen and Washington county people will regret to lose himVTheRey TJ Latimer pas tqr of the Presbyterian church for three years past preached his last sermon as r astor of that congregation last Sanbath He resigned the posil ion inV September his regisoation becoming effective the first of November Drl Latimers pastorate i has been marked by extraordinary success mnre members having been receiveciliitp the churcbI during he three years pvi usV tifnein its history There is not k dollar of debt out IsDr Latimers successor will tirid a congregation notJ dead or bleeping but ifullv alive and awake and meeting its bbligati ons of every natuie Dr Lati me is apanOf high ideas neyer shirlchlg his duty as he sees it andi poiforaiiug the lloor of the Loid inr a conscien tious ay that commends him 4ihe people of Hll denomin ati IPS In the chutchwork Dr Latimer has baen ably assisted by IeirYIt1ildt YI ible place in the hearts of the people Miss Annie has rencler ed effective work as a member jf lire choir and her voice will toa a decided loss io the church The best wishes of the chuych and community Willaccompany the family t6 their new 4fV IIQmeI Court Afljdurns- Circuit coiirt adjourned Tues dav lifter a dull session The jury panel was dismissed last POsing1ofThe gracd jury continued its lubpr until TqJay and as a r returned i enslorarl0Uselling liquoir without license 7J breach of pejace l5 housebreak ng 2 seduotioni selling pistol without license pettit larceny drawing pistol on another I i TOPICS i nftnnndlnnnn non the public highway the twenty indictments t saloon keepers eighteen of the number are found against one man Gov Beckham Speaks Gov J CW Beckham spoke here yesterday in the interest of his candidacy for U S Senator The courthouse was crowded to the doors a good portion of the ajidience being made up of Ja shiesGay BecKham held the attention of his audience from begining toend and spoke in a calm dispassionate manner in de fense of his administration against the attacks of his appo nentsVVaHe said that he would rather l a defeated for U S Senator and see his admmistra tion succeeded atFrankfort by Democrats than to ba elect d Senator and see Republican administration get into power Gov Beckham devoted a great part of his speech to Attorney General Hays and defended the administration against the i charges being brought by that genteman Indeed nis speech t in tbat resprct was largely a repetition of the address made t y Judyo Hager here two weeks ago The speech was well rett ceived but failed to Carouse any t enthusiasm the audience appear l ing to be content to listen Quietly and there was no cheeringV 4VKeeneEnsorV Miss Susie Keene dMr JCSEnsor were married yesterday afternoon at 4 o clock in the parlors of St Rose Mr Watt Wheatley and Mr Wyman Keene were the Attendants Miss Keene 1 is daughteribf Mr Prank Keene ard is a popular young lady 9fJ the St Rose neighborhood Mr Ensoris a well known farmer of the county We extend congra tulations Died iin St LouisV jWord has been received bereI of the death of Mrs Martha Clark who died in StV LOUIS Mo on the BOth day of October 1906 Mrs Clark was the widow ofJ T Clark arch the daughter of the late David Spears of thisJ place She was born in Spring field in 1828 and was reared 5nr this place where she was well known to the older citizens Mrs Clark was a sister of the late 1Irs Marratta and of W B Spears of this place and ofI J SvSpears of St Louis andI Mrs M L Ball of Ft Madison l Iowa Mr Clark was one oCc the most beautiful and popular womeu who ever lived in thisI county and the friends of her youth and those who havejj known her in later years will bej greatly grieved to learn of her death Deathof DrWilliam RoBards News of the death pi Dr William Otho RoBards of Hen dersonvHle NV D was receivedj by relatives here at about eleven ockck Monday morning He had been afflicted with stomach and kidne trouble and Had been in declining health sometrap though not considered seriQusly ill until twp dajs before his death His son Dr John B RoBards left here Saturday to visit his parents and found hisJ father ill upon his arrival at Hendersonville On Monday morning he telegraphed the ab Jsent members of the rfamily but their father died soon af er ihe telegrams were sent William Otho RoBards was ID August 1 1830 in re sao county and spent his childh- Ood there He was graduated from ttee Transylvanja Uniyersi tyand began the practice of I medicine at Perry ville where he lived four years removing to g Marion county thence to Boyle t returning to ebanon in 187i In crttcr r CLr Sf6 zDiamonds 0Just a wor dhe i wise Buy yoer diabmonds before the Holiday d badvancePLACE YOUR ORDER 7now for Clulstmas In sure you the finest stones lowest prices and easiest j Ipayments e Il 3 E M Russell g jV 1877 he purchased Lm wood h farm north of Danvillr situated in Boyle and Mercer countie He resided at Linwood until atout eight years ago when his health necessitated change of climate and he dissd of his farm and moved to Henderson ville N 0 On May 8 1855 Dr RoBards married Augusta Burton of Perry ville who survives him 1and also five children Lousiana Hug ey Dr John B Dr Rich ard RobertandEusebia He was a member of the Son tthem Methodist church and belonged to the Masonic fraternity Funeral services were conducted at their howe in Hen elsonville N C Tuesday afternoon Mrs John B RoBards Robert and Dr Rchard Roltards left Monday to attend the funeral IKilled by the Train The north bound pissenger train from Springfield Louis yule rau over and killed Joe Paterson a negro section hand at Shepherdsyille on last Monday morning The accident from all accounts was due to the mans own carelessness He was at work on the track and when he heard the train coming tapped over on the main track in front of the approaching train prob ably laboring under the impression Jhat he was gating out of the way on aside track The train struck the unfortunate and killed him almost instantly The b dy was brought to this place on the train Monday even ing and buried He was well known about Spaingfield having lived here some time ago He as a sister living hero now Birthday Dinner Mrs E S Clements invited all her children and graridchil dr n to be present at the ceeIbration of her seventieth birthday on Saturday November 27 900 They all arrived at the appointed hour and found the old home really Home Sweet Home for the yard was still coyered with its lovely green carpet the veranda draped with vines the house deco rated with white chrysanthe dioingIwho had reached her three score year3 and ten Yeceiviog each guest with her welccme smil and cordial greeting as of old It took only a short time lobejtwarmed andV cheered by the glowing fires and then all were rouped for a picture made by Mr Cox Scon afterward all fijed into the dining room which was beautifully decorated in white chrys authemums and pink rpses and lighted by candles in ten groups of seven candles each The courseslandpalate of each member of the family ranged from sweet pota toes opossum and old fashioned pumpkin pie down to the modern escrlloped oysters turkey and cranberry sauceVThe toasts were given by J W S Clements the oldest sqn and Waiter Clements one of the grandchildren They were both very appropriate and much joyed as was the whole day nI everyoneV VStrayedoSto1cnr October 28 red milk cow fiom niy place near Citsey weihitP00 or lOCO pounds right LiberalIreward for ibformation VG Perkins Sprin Held rfdi Warning Mr T D Wells has been appointed game warden rtihi county and will begin hs work at once and all thoe who are violating the game laws ae giyen warning to stop it at once for he will investigate ill parties found going in the field with a unand this will be easy for him to do because he has deputies in all parts of the county whor will help him and it is hoped by all sportsmen and lawabiding citi ens that this law will beenIr cedeAnyinan or boy caught in the field with aguo between noW and the 15th day of Novem = r will be arrested and brough- teforetbeourt i GAMEi CLUB Ij A Soctt Avon KyS ys Bur curedIwould not give fifteen cents for the guarantedby0 trow Are Socr Utducy r Or IlobbtSparaens Pills cure nil kidney ts Sam cS free Ad Icl Hemo fl 1IIrwr i Ii i Its Worth traveling a long distance t tohaveyourteethtixtracted iWithout Pain or Danger z- Ii t All work guaranteed IiWi Ii L G CRUME D D S t 0 i Bardstown Ky 3 3 J t3 t t 1 PERSONAL 1 Mrs John Hagan iis on the sick list this week Mrs T D Wells is convales cing from typhoidfeyer Miss Lue Booker returned from Louisville Tuesday VV Mr Ray Goodin of Lebanon was in town Sunday Mr John McChord of Leba non was uptown Monday Mr and Mrs Dudley Tapp spent Sunday in Bardstown Miss Veola Brown returned from Indianapolis Ind Satur day Misses Myrtle1 Bessie and Pearl Campbell rare in Louis ville Mr riarry ONan of Louis ville visited hrs parents here Sunday Mrs Leo Haydon and little son are visiting relatives at CoxI Creek DlJ B RoBards and Mr Harry bhultzspent Sturday Inf DdnyilIeJ V MIss Nancy Tong is the guest of Miss Jennie Ijeachman near town Mr Wallace Jarboe olLouis ivile is the guest of Mr Len Allen Miss Emma Adam of Mercer county Is s isitibg al Mrs Dannie Leach mans Misses Sarah and Anna Simms are visiting Miss Mattie Roney at bMarys Mr Wathen Simms left Mon day to accept a position on tle railroad at Corbiu VMrville is visiting his parents near town VMrs Simpson Roberts returnI from Covington last Friday after avisit to her mother Mrs I H Thurman left Sat urday for afew weeks treatment for rheumatism at Martiesville Ind Miss Nannie Ray Thurman is Judge TJiurmans during Mrs Thurniana absense Miss Florence Divine of Memphis Tenn is visiting at St CatheihiesV r Mrs Hiram Mclaskey is a guest of her sister Mrs Mary L Durrett Miss Louise Wathen1 of Lebanon was in ton last Friday andSaturday Mrs John Roand of Bards town has returned home after a visit to Mrs J J McCabe Mrs N E Curry of Harrods burg visited the family of Mr Mr E S Mayes Srj last week Mr Nick Ray returned to Louisville Monday after Cspend mg a week wih nis parents Mjss Elizabeth Morris of Fresno California is a guest of Miss Annie McChord Miss Sue Ray arid ProffStithI Thompson attended the foot ball game at Danville Suturday Little Sarah Smock and Valera Tumey are recovering from a severe attack of diptheria Mrs Allen Wright of Dan yule has been visiting her sister Mrs Pol in Edeeh of near town Prof George Colvin Will Waters Ly man and Ollie Barber wentto Danville Friday evening Mrs Theo Campbell entertained the Sdcul Glut Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Annie Latimer + Mis Eraily Russell spent Sat urdayand Sunday whitherpar ents returning td Lopisyille Monday iIMrs SB Thompson of Leb anon was in town several days last week visiting Mrs Theo Campbell Mrs Maym Moore of Leba Sun1dayMartin a 55 J f1V J ANINVITATIOfficffI 7 Is extended to you to come to see to us 1 and when in town to make 2 t t THSBIG STORI CiT S T o Your headquarters We will take great pleasure in showing ycu anything in the tDRY GOODS GENTS FURNISHING CLOTHING and Ladies and CKU WsCLOAKS SUITS and SKIRTS at prices to please you It ii a pleasuretto show ffyou our line in everything because we are proud of it We ire now prepared to f t Iclothe your entire familyl from head to foot at a very reasbnable ncej sVVSEEOURi f Walk Over Shoes A Sign of Quality Wherever the WalkOver mll is displayed the most reliablel satisfactory and trustworthy Shoes The Walk Over Man iS a sign of quality and satis fdctofl i 6V H Fil rr 1Vc3II o 0 h Dr Ireland and wife of Louis yule spent a few days with Mr and Mrs Chas Wells the last of the week Mr and Mrs R L Bodnck and children spent from Sattirfh flH yuntil Monday at Walker Heights Mrs Sallie Shaunty ot Fred erickstown spent a few days of the past week with Mr anfr Mrs iByron Croak Mr Will Young who has had typhoid fever is convalescent His daughters Misses Lnla and jIda are able to be out Mrs E CV Janes has re turned from Cincinnati where she spent two weeks with her- Mson Arihur Vance and his wife Mrs Nancy Crumeof Fred erickstown is at her daughters Mrs Hugh Stiles wb reshe will make her home hereafter Mr J B Robertson lmsJcl tiirnedfro i Louisville where he has been under treatment by a specialist for neryous troubles Mr and Mrs Baker of Nash vie Tenn spent several diys last week with ther children at St Catherines r fr and Mrs George Forsytle irl last week VMt James P Edelen of Oakland Cal is visiting berne folks and others Jfter an absence of seeral years on theI sunny coast MrS Samuel Averitt of Lou isville and Miss Laura Phillip of Lebanon spent last Thurs day with Mrs John W Lewis Mrs Newell McClaskey auo laughter Miss Ethel of Bio m field visited the Misses Brown Mrs M R JVels has returned to her borne in Louisville on ac count of illness but will soon ie turn here where she will con tinue dress making Mr Conrad Herllein left Mon York and sailed I i estate off his mother who recent ly died Mr and Mrs E O Walker spent last Thurday with Miss Lyda Grund vat Valley Hill Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrub Grape Vines Rhubarb Asparagus Srnail Fruits etc is QW ready on We employ np Agents but sell direct to the planter H F SONS Lexington Ky Sak C llurns 4 4 VeH3frAr 4Q + 10 t 4- if1 tr r The Robertson laybro ke o11llO jIjI irlDlece overSonday dagtorlNew Ifromsistersaboutftwo Trees Plants Vines applicaton H1LLENMEYER UWthFr SvrCr1I zV 5OO te ti lY i Our VV Aim Is Io Keep i it i r rY ax tr 1 GOOOf1lt fiGROCERIES fk Both tplh and Fancy l Ou u sfc omers ifcill Jdfindopr goodsr ofa tlrStrictly HIgh Grde fitfr e tFresi fruits and vegetables a ways on hand Prompt i attention all orders McElroy Shader 11f 4 4 rf oo QIt The1 First SPRINGFIELD National KY Bank I IiiibpilalI 5OOOO ISurplus and Undivided Profits 23OOO 1 t KJOFPICEJRSiB IvI itsey President John W Levis VIcePrea4et J A C McJBlroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Oa hlertJt X J Foster BookKeeper II H Purdom AsSt BookKeeper DIRECTORS B L latsey J WH Lewis W D Claybrooke T S V Ma3esR H Edelen H M Grundy John o Polla tV VWe grant every favor consistent with safe banking Yo rber rness respectfully solicited 11 ui i lli MARKS GRENVit 4 4xf nnd Dealers in all Kinds of t t I ltlI5 I We handle tIe celebrated 4 uaMixed panael Coal IIf f r Cant be Beu We are sole ilgentdQrHH ACMECEIMENT PLASTER THo The Best onE rhJ Prices RightS r4 J- W7 ir Office and YarJs i Jocbr and Railroad Streets SjprtflgflC Ky J OOOO ss t 4 f 1S EEEH3JIln rl I HAVE YOU A KODAIII 111 t Let me furnish you withVm ANEASTMANTHE BEST MADE j i in allsizes and prices Also keep a fWI JiM t Kodak and Camera SuppliesS mt3J HaydOnhmrCORNERDItUG STORE 18 EEEBE E EBBJrM t r rT 7 7 118 LE D F 4 c DRAINAGE OF ROADS p MOST lMPORTAttFACTOR IN CON STRVQTIN GOOD HIGHWAYS r Hew a UHderdraia the RoadwaY StaiMBal ef Storm Water Quite ai Imitertant as Locatioa I Grade Vaie of Water Urealist J Drainage Is the essertlai factor and essence of nil gpo l road building says yW R Golt in a paper rtiid betorethe- recent Missouri good rooads conven ton Exercising itrc iroper functions nil roads are food roads metaling of the surface being simply a4iuestlon of hovr much a community can stand and wltbn drainage would be ineffectual and vorthless A study of the topogra hyoftbe region through which the road Js to pass the cnautity of traffic to be served the comfort nnd con venience of those who use It should ternInethe best llocation tor a road and these require the study of one ttaHficd and educated forthe work A lord road is most desirable and 0 ccouomlcal hence one should seek to locate a road go as to obtain the light rot grades as a proper estimate ot gntdes Is one of the most Important parts of tile science of road building Jhe perfectiy 1veJro1Jd Is the best for transportation but it costs less Jo maintain road a slight grade than on a level longitudinal ruts are lie ble Ic be formed and Interfere with the drainage Any etrtb road surface Is greatly ben fited bj having lngitudl ualI drainage and Is not so likely to be comel soft and nniddy In rainy times as- a level road hence the advisability of Introducing slight grades at Intervals for this purpose The gradient of the road will be determined by the amount 3f traffic lto accoirimodated Disposal of storm water Is quite as Important as location and grade and should have the constant consideration of the locating engineer Money ex pended In Intelligent study of location STrfde enid drainage tires more return than any other expenditure drainage Iieiug the most important factor in the construction of roads and thetounI dation of nil road building water being the greatest enemy of dirt roads l rompt and thorough drainage of the water from the road can only be ac cpinplishcd by one who lies made a utijdy of the subject and Is master of thestnatIon Uuderdralnage or longitudinal tiling of 4tho road or roadway lowers the wa terlcrel and maintains a dry subsoil thickening the crust of the surface so as to permit heavier loads and prevents f cettllns of the roadbed also prevents tUe destructive effect of the frost Three to four Inch tile is a suitable hlze and can be laid so as to be carried tbwn titothe side ditches at regular Intervals thus having a free outlet A Hueof three or tour Inch draintile laid along either of both sides of the grndeI f rt sufficient depth to Intercept dejflovrl will effectually lower the I tcr1 levelt and drain the subgrade wnI the road Is located ona slope or side hill the line of tile should be laid on T the upper side of the roadway under Vnnd across the roadway Into the lower Uditch vTlie arrangement of side ditches or ul afahge should bQ such as will ef fecruaily carry away from tile roadway or grade all water from either ditch and preventi tbestonn water t from adjacent lanHs reaching the roadway or grade Wide shallow ditches with long flaring sides toward the road way or grade should obtain the out Bide bank having slope enough to pre a vent caving which will necessarily c have to be changed for the different soils over which the road may pass Toe slope from center or highest point in the ro Jwair Klumuv bo mndo wiiu InO pianeX s y niio IHh ttij the f Jot for six ifot orrch way from the centers then change rn onfc ajid onehalf inch to the foot flail carry this gradient to the outside of either ditch n distance of another six feet Thb will leave enough berm to support the traveled roadway Side ditches should have a uniform grade and free outlet Into some waterway so as to 1mlnthe road quickly Under no conditions should water be allowed fo stand in the side ditches as It filters through and into tse subsoil of the grade Water should not be car rjed long distances In the side ditches nor eoncenntted to avoid a culvert Natural drainage conditions should be followed as nearly as possible and whenever the floV of water In a draw or waterway is obstructed by Interpos ing a dam in the shape of a rod grade the natural conditions should be re stored by supplying an outlet In the shape of an adequate culvert across or through the road grade to the lower ditchDrainage of the surface of a road Is largely determined by Its maintenance It the depressions and ruts are filled- by some device or machine so as tto leave a smooth even surface which Is easily and quick accomplished the roadbed will remain dry and solid On long steep grades tuaukyoumarms or water breaks shold be constructed at frequent Intervals to force the storm walferjnto the side ditches Construct these In a broad angle extending from an ap x In the center of the road down and out to either ditchjhe steeper the grade the sharper the angle hould be They should also be made at the top or summit of every hill to Intercept storm water and divert it to the side ditches III conclusion let me recommend the Employment of a competent engineer to plan all drainage and make and contour maps He will profilesI properly the line of drains and Ibe constructed His contour map should show the acreage of drainage areas that shed water to each culvert and his profiles should show grades cuts and fills and estimate quantity of yardage oC4acli or1toiTjEthScn cf tiie LA A knowledge of chemistry Is not th only lesson to be learned In the labo tt ry i knavr of no other prrt of tin high school oV collcj e that develops tt 89 grout a tlDgres certain valuable qualr ities sud habits Cleanliness accuracy f Jf rcilrnco asfl coiisldcratlon far tlH rl Iits of others iany bs called the cirjlaal vlrtacsfof the kborntoiy Tli observant nfudcnt learns SDOU irrtpxhi Initiation Into tha mysterle nf tio bora tarycr perhaps only af- tart fsw failure that nmcli of hb rsrc has been uuinccesiJftii because Uir has not let tliiugs loan Every thlnT about Us desk jnnd his locker nust be spotless anti always In order this by the way 131 ilUc opportunity far tho boy that has never hind to do anything for himself The student next Iqarns that absolute accuracy is the royul Toad to success His notes must be carefully taken and later must be as carefully cxtendedt with special attention to systematic aiTarigemcut Directions must be fol lowed at let until the stu ileiit cxactly had experIence sufficient to Justify his makW Original expert cicnts School Jpurnaj ilancullnc Ilalment Until the laSt cdutury in varlet and magnificence the human male Jowed the rule of the lower animals that thu male shall predominate in brilliance No woman has ever ruled througl rure modishness There has n2vem lren t feminine coiinternart ofj Beat Bnimrael All varictio1 of extiulsltt ftc male whcurr dinnv tu nri ut i I for 1 r EHEIR CHEAPNESS c4 Washington county farms have always sold low in comparison with those of Surrounding This fact the I puBlic is gradually realizing and there is a steady buying de p t mand and a consequent advance in values Instances are by no means rare of farms in this county doubling in value during thepast fie yea- rstIccEssIATY 4 Ij The excellent turn pike roaas throughout the county xshic1i lrad to the various stations along the Louisville Nash villa lailrbad afford the farmer of the county easy facilities tfq shipping their and their live stock to the makets and there is hardly a point in the county that is not within 4 easy accrss of a lailroad station or a good storeII Thousands Have KidneyI Trouble and Never Suspect it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your vrnter and let it stand twentyfgur hours a elmeltorscl t j itliiigindipntesau a unhealthy con b dition ofhIc kid ff I neys if it stnins your linen it isI evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it orpain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so that 3r Kilmersoft yi expressed SwampRoot tIre great kidney remedy fulfills every wish n curlngrhcuIilatlSnl pawiinjthc back Sidneysi liver bladder and every part ofj1the urinary passng It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad cflects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that tfhpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to Jo often during the layand to get up many times duriii the night The mild and tIle e2traorifluaryeffect of Swamp Root is ooiii realized Jt stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing casts If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a Ixxjk that tells all fZf L aboutit both sent free = by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Biug hamtbnjN Y When Home of swampRoot this paper and dont ke but remember the iITitinlmention SwampRoot and N Y t J = tTna iiu uecarso tucy are excep fleas to the general rule of sobriety but Because of 1 superior originality dlstingulshcdlexpresslon sauce tliero lies never l een until the lost century any difference between male and female costume The Duke jot Brickugharn took twentyseven suits of clothes to Paris In 1C23 one of whjfo3jnut velvet set all over with litamoiuls worth 14000 He also wore adamondetl feather ODd diamond hlUttolls and earrlns A curious ash orzaIVelvet rlblx ii also of placing iroso behind view the car Lonton Saturday Re j The net Tlilnrr He SaId An entertainer and humorist one af t cnioon rtcjfltly hInd jnst made Ills bow null was about to begin Wllen a rot walked In and sat down oa the stage t With quick wit he said severely You t cutn1ttic best lilt of his entertainment Christian U ii terIIOnce Upon n Tliiic In France There was a time In Franco when a foolish actress who was aaibltlous enough to want a decoration and so III advised as to make application for it to one of the ministers was punished by implsomnout It was during the reign of Louis XV and tho first gun itleman la waiting of his majesty wrote this to tIC governor of the Fort i 1Eveque prison Dear Sir Having been Informed that Mile 1n Iron has had tho Insolence and has been mad enough to solicit oho of tho kings decorations to which neither her nor her profession entitles her II write you this letter In the nase or tho Icing Ton art to lock her up lit your good prlslp of Ie Fort TEvecae tuid isrJtc tliingi u lcnt1yuncomrorla lo for heri to teach hiijr a lesson Svery evening liowoycr 010 of your men will havs to conduct her to the Comcdlo Frr jicalsw 111Irc1cr that thepubUe shall not tdepriv li cf the plcarurc cf applauding the tel i nt cf this indiscreet wQman CHOICE MISCELLANY AVnn Paid 1001 a Word At the Franklin Inn a literary club ot PhllHdelplila a young poet licking his lips said that Conan Doyle was paid SI a word That Is nothing said a railroad nIl vertising man know of a case where a mnn WaS paUl 1000 a word Our line used to have at Its grade cross hugs a very long and complicated sign that began Beware of the Engine and Gars anti then this sign wont 01wlthI n lot of Injunctions and warnings tJmtI would have taken live minutes to read In n number of occIdent cases the claimants for damages declared that our long xlgns were not clear warnings Therefore the line decided at last to get a new grade crossing sign t1HlI Judge Tassoti was engaged to one The sign thrt Judge Paxson wrote cost lroo n word but It was a classic It remain a classic It lias heCIl oPiN everywhere It Is as well known riong IM as Father I cannot tell a lie or England exportst every ml1utoI do Ills duty The sign thht cost 1000 a word or GOOi In nil vstlie famous Railroad Listen 1XeI t 3Zoi1en Concnlencr Almost every large hotel In New Yosk now has n makeup room The wanieti call em dressing rooms cause Unit name lees lot savor of cos laetics jmste and the likehThc abso solute candor which women put on while making rp before each other In the hotel dressing rooms Is amazing saId a hotelr clerk Three onf of every four women who come lrr after a walk or ride or before entering tile cafe dab their faces plentifully with powdoiv touch up their lips then ask the maid to bring a Iwx of rouge kept in ute Cignjrcttesn soothing puff or two of tobacco after dinner Of course the hotels guaran tee all the grease and powder The imaid shows the uninitiated woman who wants a wholesome complexion how to apply the coloring matter and declares that it Is harmless arid not the kind which wickerf cosmetic makers rre accused of selling and which doc tors soy cause physical bUrg Dlspctclu brcnkdown11PIU Father Wont Wok In Guam Uncle Sams island ofGuam Is the subject of a letter from Agaua the capital to the Charlotte XC Chron- Icle Guam has an area of 200 square miles on which are 9000 people Sta ttatlcs give eighteen schools and state that ninetenths of tho Islander can t rend mud write Yet the letter says 1lmt the people will not work The shipments of merchandise from theJ States to Guam amounted In value to In 1004 and only CIO In 1005 1101000 forming implement used Infi s n liCe used like the hoc In the States Guam Is sCnfillni woojied well watered anti duclng tropical fruits abundantly There Is a good Harbor The article concludes that if the Anferlcan peo pIe wish to help Gnu in they can do Iti quickly IBId efliclcntly by teaching people Improvedi agriculture r ieiiclt Wealth on bovra Grade dill around iiatlous arc increasing their wealth while we are beginning to descend the downward grade Itlval powers progress while we remain sta tloiiari Private Initiative has shown what It can do when powerfully sup ported but unfortunately the French government takes no interest In the commercial anti industrial prosperity of the country Paris Gaulols V B D171 LAKEj 2 e IIReal Estate Dealer r 1 flii AgentIf is being directed WASHINGTON COUNTY FARMS several reasons t Bounties produce == THEIR FERTILITY tatdoesproducers of Barley tobacco it b ing no un common thing to haye land thaa been bought fo r 60 per a Ue t groa tto tseasolabundance and iti jis the natural ho me of the bh w grass clover and other grasses vhich giOW1 I afford ahun dunt pasturage forstock of all kinds SOCIETY SCHOOLS ETC I In selecting a home one of the first jousiderations of a man of family Is the esuicIn of churches scl o Is and congenial as ociat s for he tIdmtcrsor his famil r Washing ton county is well provided with churches of all d aioninations her public free schools are of ttio best and her pe op 6 are of a high social standard If You Have a Farm tp SelllWrnfindYouI a Buyer L i fi If You Want to Buy IIHave Some Good Bargains to hOWD1 1 I have list of Farms which I willgladly furnish and will takeanyone pleasur e in showing pro pejrty at anyi time tonone desiring a location f JJi 4rtCorrespondence Solicited 4vt i i v y Bt Dt LTUCE x I 4 fThe Real Estate Man V SPRlNGFIEiiD ft KYi 41c444444 y w 444 e 44 q44x 4c W v x b 1 t 1 OeO Cold an RROlkeit The seasons first cold may be slightmqy yield to early treatment butthe next cold will hang on longer it will JDBl more troublesome too Unnecessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SGDIrSEWUlSIDJ when colds abound and of youll have no cold Takeit when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma tion heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send for free Jgmple SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street w York SOc and 100 Alldnifttstt Things Were Going All Kieht As I rode lip to the shanty of a Ne braska pioneer and helloed to brlng Home ope to the door thc man came from around tim corner of tile house with a shotgun in his hands I asked for a drink of water and got It and then asked frolkK gone away or sick No Expect trouble that you have that gun handy Slay be trouble but I scassly think Aron you putting in any new tilLs year cropsIIII Not yet- I tool auotkcijjook aground and then L started to ride away but he halted me and sold Stranger tjiluga may look a little blue to you around here but they are going all right The old woman has gone to town to sue a feller who sold her a snide Kew ug machine My son Joe has gone with her to kuc a wldder voman wilD promised to marry hint 1nml then throwed him dotvu My daughter Mary tins gone with inn and Toe to sue n feller for bre cli of prom ise and Im stU ill homej to pop tile sheriff It he comes along jto foreclose t mortgage on the farm We are all right and old Nebraska Is all right anti tlje only thing Im klckin about la that we are too goldurued happy as a family Chicago Daily News A IVcll JnUccd Pun One of the judges of ncity courtwbo likes n pun anti also likes to potter tile house busying himselfaround was with n ItoWe of gold paint and a brush11 gilding various articles of furniture under lila wifes direction Wliat about this little chair he asked pausing before one of those highly ornamental but useless pieces of parlor decoration Do you want mo to give It a rub Ills wife hesitated n moment because sTie was thinking of painting it- S light green tint as that color seemed so cool t3 her for summer and she did notanswer Como hurry uprurged the judge poising the brush In a judicial manner What do you say guilty or not guilty Judges Magazine of Fun Santi You em to forget sir that on of ficeholdcr Is merely theiservant of his people And you seem to forget sir that the servants genernly run the whole she iMing rhlladci hla Tress Appreciative I understand your wife lectured you for an hour last Iilght1 Yes uswercj Mr Meekton Site told me nlMjut a rew of my faults Dhlnt It annoy you hln8 way You see when a woman of llwnrlettas glfls condescendH to ipiken ittIt it toes seem It slutmc to a t HldlcnccVash Zxcu4e Put it Tjiey that grit deal of tsHour wo buy Impure Not so Il nd liont let niwte hear you Sled use tilt story ItS an excuse for the awful IIftflll she makes Clevulniid Plain lienler it Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion s Kodol cures Indigestion This new d1scovI try represents the natural Juices of diges tlpnas they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive proprtles Kodol Dyi pepsi a Cure does hot only cure indigestion s and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening apd strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomachs Mr S S Bill of Rareniwood W vs saJsIs was troubled with lour stomach for twenty KoJol cured ma and we are now using It milki or baby IKoll Digests What You tI BoJtles only 3100 Size holdlne 2H times the trial size which sells for 50 cents Prf ard by E 0 OaWrjT it CO CHICAGO Sold by Red Cros Drug Store I I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY McELROY WHARTON t it t i SPRINGFIELD KY i J No 65 170 acre farm located 5 miles from Springfield right on pike good dwelling and barns 50 acres in Blue Grass wfell fenced and watered Price 0000 No 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new ham all necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom laud farmjtvell fenced and in good state ofi cultivation Price SGjpOO Npr67 120 ajre farm 8 miles North Springfield go9d 5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 INoright on pike well fenced and well improved Pricc 35 per acre l No 69 sqacre farm well located Price 1600 No 70 145 acre farm well located and lies well good house and smalIij barn mostly in grass well fenced Price 5000 No 71 230 acre Latin well located and well improved lies well and is as good as the best Price 60 No 72 210 acre farm well located good farm and lies well and mostly in grass right oh the pike nice 7 roor dwelling house 2 tenant houses good Stock barn and tobacco barn plenty Jof tobacco land 10 acres good timber Price 50 per acre No 73 335 acre farm Wen located right on pike and railroad This farm is ubject to divLsion2 good dwellings and bath fine body of timber II oftobaeco land Price 35 per acre No 74 160acfefarm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwelling and ban acres of bottomland well watered 155 fenced Price per acr S25 No 75 125 acre farm located near town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to house si acres of toftacco fence all good Price 20 per acres No 76 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn and all necessary 80 75acre tarinl llocated at Mack yule first class new improvements oIevery kind all good land all lies we nt andmostly in grass Price 5Q 96 121 acre farm good tlwellin barns and all other outbuildings good tenant house place well fenced and watered Price 35 05 210 acre farm 150 acres ihi grass 50 acres tobucco land 20 acres of timber good 5 room house nei fbarn 40x42 eight miles South a Springfield Price J800It 81 68 acres located 5 miles from Spr ngfield on the pike good dwell ing and barn place ingood state oif cultivation Price 2500 97 50 acre farm 3 miles from Springfield good small house an d outbuilding strictly a nice piac Price 5000 THE WORLD AND A LIVING Do Vot Be un Inornate anEnemY o2 Civilisation A fifteenyearold bell boy was nr rested in Cleveland for stealing S When asked In court why he jlto1c be mid Beeapse the world owes inc nI living Xo doubt the youth had heard Ibis many tJiues from older lip A vast number of people seem to Uiluk that God anil thj world are un 2ur great obligations to them cud that the world oWes them a living without rny return service from them Not toug ago I heard a young woman say hut she tId not consider that she owed tbe world anything tbat she was thrust Into It without being consulted tbat the proposed to getout of It what she otild With as Ittlo effort rs possible tilt that she did not feel under the jighteat to the past Bt did you never think my kilo friend what you really owe the world r r the privilege of living In It Did ru ever think that all the civilIzatIons nf the globe have been working for r3U through ell the ages tp to the pres ent moment and that you are reaping the harvest of all the hard working acrlficlng suffering lrudglu sowers that have precededIYOl1 Can you look the workers of the world in the face and tell lcm that you intend to have n the beuellts Of their labor to en nil the good things of the world without tlolujr anything to compensate frr them Everything tiathag gone before you enters into your life and time You rnjojMhe sum of all the post everv mo ment of your life Think of the untold thousands who have laid down their hives to make poiHIe the comforter the blessings and the luirrunUIes you now Think of tlc rivers jot blood that have been spilt of the thou sands who have perished or lived In the misery of prison nail dungeon tt pur chase the liberties of speech anti free dom of action which you enjoy today How many lives have been lived In solitude anti misery In order to develop sciences which are today beaeonllghts of the world Jf nIl the workers and all the wcoHh of tho world today had been for thousands of years for your special benefit to prepare for your reception upon the earth they could not have provided a tithe of time comforts the conveniences the facilities the im munities the emancipation from druOg cry the luxuries which you foinid wait lug for you when you were born and for which you gave not a penny or a thought and yet you say that the world owes you tills and the other and that you owe it nothing Who are you tbat you claim a living from time world when perhaps you have not earned the clothing you have on your back or the shelter which covers your head Why should tons of thousands of people do drudgery cud endure hardship and privations to produce all of the useful Witlou Wile thrusts his arm Into tile great worlds storehouse pulling out nil the good things he wishes and refusing to out anything back in excbangc tPrIcet oflbottomcultivated every year good improver nts pf every kiPd 7 room dwelling halls and porch 2 good barns 2 cribs J nieathouse buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced i A firstclass farm onehalf mile from Mackville Kyt right on the i pike This farm is well improved In every way new 8 room dwelling house two tenant houses good stock and tobacco barnsr cribs etc This farm I nearly all lies well arid is iri a high state of cultivation This iis strictly a nice place and a chance for someone to bun a nice home The price is right and terms easy Price 501IiWe also have for sale a 330 acre ttfarmloeated 33 mhz from Spring iJ improvements on this place are excellent the dwelling being a twostory brick six rooms hails and porches located in a beau tifully shaded yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbuild goodIiplenty of tobacco plenty land and some timber is well fenced and watered Price S40 per acre INo 78 80 acre farm located in Marion county good 5rpom dwelling good barn well fenced and watered all lies well and convenient toschool anti church Price S2500 oJlNo9 75acre farm well located of every kind new house and barn all hes welli fhurcIn s U 82 7 acre farm 2 miles east of j Polin on Willishurg pike gopd dwell ling and barn Price 30 per acre 83 100 acres located 2 miles north tolXbacco barn mostly In grass plenty of tobacco land Price 2600 84 96 acre farm located 4 miles east of Springfield Ky good 1m pfovement of every kind Land all lies welt new place Price 50 per acre batn36x40gPrice 1000 05 60 acr fan good new dwell ilug t small barn all good land Price 2000 j1 106 50 acre farm good box house fwclt new barn plenty of tobacco land right on the railroad Price l6oo m10 140 acres located 3i mites from Springfield good dwelling and barn all good land Price45 per acre 108 60acres land all lies well small houseand barn Price 2400 improveements of every kind farm mostly n I Tate Laxative itI- rTJIJRJffl Thk eujay luxulrlc1 neari 4 x 85 191 acre farm Jocaiel S miles north iofSpringfieJdV Dwelling and iIlandl all lies well welll fenced and watered Prjce 35 peracre 0 jfieldJand all lies well and mcfetjy in gras Price 3000 S 1 87 210 acre farm near Maud Ky Good farmAUi g6oi land Good5t improvjKnctt oft even1 kind welli I fenced and wateredright on the 4pike l v 88 65 frretttcI ftom Springfield Ky right on the ipike Price S200 s 89 135 acre farm one mile from Springfield Price S4500 90 125 acre 14 miles South of Lou isvillef Ky nice place well hnprovedlsHe station well one mile from railroad 1 19 160 acre farm located li miles 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