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I TW s s ESTABLISHED g L f Jf THENES LEADER I f iif NEV SERIES vo iiNt 44I SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 8 1906 100 PER YEAR j II 4 1H ft I lft7W F TRUSfY1 W 4fPRACTICALI DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber I ppntalTForkatreasonable prices lJdrk guaranteed r SBRflGPThtD KY iOUR ifiRECTORY I PJEtNGrtflEtfDi county seat of S7iU5hitijton County 52 miles south afJoc Jucxinpton 59 mites froac koulsville on BaY istowu branch o friivlle and Njthvillt railroad T t fafeminff and agricultural district Ttro Banks telegraph and telephone tines express office flour miUs umber rrils Population 1100 populationi of unty 15000pa- r Representative iu Corigre Hoa DI 1 Smith HodfreuvHle Kj J Representative 4ntJ wtucky Les Id attire Ron W 11 Ctaybrcdfci Repr scntaliv6 in State Senate Boi- br vLanc1StcrLef10UKv VCounty directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on tthe f0tirt Slouaay in February 3Iaytnd Octtt er I HThurniCn Judge R L Durham Com bn ea4th At oruey Kobt A FOCI Clerk V Jl GLeacUman Master Comrniw oner r I i rQUARUIfl4YCOU1T ruariorly CqurjtJ held on the third Monday in each intwrth B lLitsrJttfge IItfonday BiLitser Judges r Booker County Cleric TVsiIaycs County Attorney GcorireCatlett Jailer Iof Sidney Osboume heHff wSamAndeTaon H B PaweVag1 IIerbertEdIema11 DQDutib J3d Masters James F Oj COU Bureycr- D p P pBryn Assc3or 1V T MitcheliDeptttv RobdiNoe Treastr J liiMotitgomery QotoBer 31Bush Supt bf Common Schools P O Spriugfieldy CITY COURT 0James RNoe Police Jaige i Jonn M ace iuu npK W F Qrigiby chlV Attorney s 000X1JUSTICE I JiuticcCourts are held injjanuar l i April July and October Church Drectcry METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser vices on the First and Third Sundafvs la each month at 11 a maud 7 W jp rn tSundaySchcOl every Sunday atlO am Prayer aiieing every Wednesday ajght I CATHOIwlCCHURCH Rev P F Hennefsai Pastor Sar Tices tvciy SundaY t8 and 10 oclock a IT Servicelfl MJ5ewune hour CHRISTIAN CHURCH RvIatiu Se i ever Suridar J I PRE BYTERIAli OHTJRCH RreaohlOK 0 every Sunday at 11 aiR and at tpm SQQday eebGoIcver 4 3ti nday ab 10 aml Preycr 1Nftjr- eve Thursday oyeninsrfat 770ck I V BAPTIST CHURCH ReV Wffi HarriBDn WyiJMrr rbtl Jrcaclliing r every Sunday at IT aa 4and 7X5 pm Sunday School even unday at 930 a m Prayer meeting eSry Tocsda evening at 745 oclock Iratcna Orders I Ml crODG1tePrlineld1 lodgiP 3So SO meets firsti d third r eleachmohth ottd1jI Washington R A Chapter en ees every second Tueysda- vSpriupCeld 1CouncU iCIS2 mcetsoz I 1ih CTC1 OK fOLEY JIDNElCUR I WIL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney o Bladder disease that is fBeyond the reaci o medi- cineIM l5Sr Take it at once Do otrisk having Brights Dis J fee or Diabetes There isi 1 gtwMing gained by delayf j59c and 100 Bottles KEFUSC SUBSTITUTES J Tor by J 5 r jw s CftwuU u ucuuVOff ft fioilND w TALK Mf r I jjlMZZwLi The PwoEalIots Alongvenibr 1hen chill ns tbevatbrr Two b11tth te capt tiiI a box tc gettwr Tv b nestled jp cOwrJinJther to brother You rout iiit teilose of tb vote from the otIii n The Prohibition msu mtfpaa ctuttl htrue1 fqJt hucy umlnerdenucingthf- t ut Li h rvr c lraoil iriththe hanle jj tlH waZkitr And late iu thre iiutiian tey voted together f the trnasctioI tan liiH alwaVs Ietpnotd d Ftr figbtie stltwms eceptwni be Toted lie piled 1tra N wih a holy qffctiM 1 edkFkedt 1ll doou the dSiyof eleeti0o The foxy old bVewer was cheerful a41 rneflW jSaiL1 heey admi tt day Betst shoLfttow Iii chtirtb = tirUesuert i r StCtalVs foriQrmhUt vote for the Uj 22K efs IB cW LYtN UPz 0w tax- atirj x Zttj col wsji 3ear nr- tiIigquIte Ji cing ln the racer of cofectl jg taxe It 6 ro longer wa e4fy WAtislir to stind off the sfifr to a more Onvt1iflt8fl1but he taxes s mlltl forth eoiniiig or the forttate and Bounty tajcfe be cam due arid a8JX jjsr sfcenl penalty Loes on aH taxes oot pad before SO 15 aid iTiaddjsftha reent1nterst foroe monthsiXt tfde ATterJftee days it iPittlit theeIirIffto uri Ii IS4 tthe Odidfirk rn- ec dQi ii ti e oty of the oity clerk 10 iiNEeJkg1lr ytof eess Mieh i ui Jebfe ffO anl t ui WtieQAi tJM- Itre Or be pai44 DiritYJ ihe tAJEef 4hpettJ WP t eoa tj the aixper cent li ftterefc t for thoiibut t1 50 cost io hip clerk aid six p yr At additional the Iapplif I eop1eLr CI swuie will ou ttliJM rpv pOpulal JtIlwhJewbl p te eIegt usa tQit T xcs u tttepaid sotufer or iatt r and iifS pen knows that t1elmusb jiidiy a cefialn t 11nwjti accordtng1 efsber1f1t hi8j time jte of iit isy liavn becir very successfula in coile ctirtjir rn- dtbeieisa 1 very ttil itpf Jb Unq e Pbe hew law i iig for tUttsihefiti HS it iakaa his ww micU eaisfe and it is alL a ati1o tht tci paJ tiir as 11 frqaesi1y- V lft C= O tJietecesiyit JYliigoi- r ot fjfcoBj UflUEkinily PbS only fault about tbitew law is hat itrequires t piyJtiit t le made as tgfl UCo4jnjent- ptrjQ4 for the fiintr NQei ll ls it tt4le ekrv sntiit is ffij c wjieD the fiflit ih4 lriH6 lhas soMvsop flat tQbCO nor ba ID iiI d fii Jen bst J JJIorI t6jtt6j r CtlfhJi J a ei t 4prblem fc r SpriegfiId ter on 8tteIn grows hrp up In a sii ifilL vay entF now yeajcL siiii- er1mit pn offtn jwi- uudtT1irid hYe e tieenociti dhr he health aathoriiie to eee hlliheycneoace 10 the public htalth than t ncen sewer atid the a thuri alcmg11tresrd to be dlrecty traceable to tbis nnjsance The town houtifi have a publwsys e i ot sewerage tut 0 itTg jo ibe 1m tnencot it witt proSiWf bo V oni time before it ran be pr vided In themantime it seems nIyvl t and ppr fr tlo LLbOWfsb to use water work lo ftroyide their own private sew rageYs em 1MPRO viNjQ Ifc is gritf yitig to note the good work whfchl is being done on our tunpike r iads in certan s etio s of thE county The rock crusher has be iibrpjght into service and scm good and Jeffectiv work hat been accomplished the rond The heavy rains tins fall alrntst ruined tho turnpikes in certain WOrlPTSifiy J kin makingtho nes ssary iq pirs The introduction of the rock crusher and the rodgrtd- or in the w thing offthe public roads has greatiyvsimpitied the risk of road making and when they become more generally uiod road working will cease tp ltaktngjthat needs prompt and vigorous treatment by our Fiscal Court andthnbis the bridgfs of the county The recent heavy rainsi and floods completely des tioyd a number of bridges on the public highways and damaged ofcherjfso as to render them unsafe rrtVork on these bridges shouW begin and be pushed before the jbad weather sets in V ypfl01 Blood jj- rrhei year 1908 will long be re member d in the nome of F N Tackut off Alliance Ky asa year of blood whch flowed so- jCQPiQtSIV from Mr Tackets death seemed very near life wrhesSej6re hief d ing front tb ludis aip a fright fulcpugh had brought me a deaths jdoor when I begtn- tkiagTht Kfogt NeTove I for Cisulbption with the aston ishing insult i hat after fakitrg fuur bott1 s I wa completely restored imd as the has p ovenI permanently cu1edGUi un teed forj Sore Lung oaghs and Cold at CL Htydon Irfltnttoie Price Ocnt llTrial bottle free uiSburg Delayed Messrs H B Greenwood and John Suttbn of JLoujsviireTisi Ttedfnends and relatives here11 last woek VIKirk wood were guests of Mrs 1SustnOheatham tile fjrst 6Cfthe week Miss Mayma jVIerritb returned home last Wednesday JIOIE Shelbyvilie wherr the has beep the past Mrs Rose Hughesand grand son Stapp visitecfthe family of E E Brown at Wilmorei last veok D B Sutherland of Chapiin usiled the home OfJ TSuth land last week on business iiIf vert Keeling and wife spent Saturdayand Sunday with fela Xives in Anderson cuntyV Mr of M Brown of Louis IVille is with her parents Mr and Mrs A l3WellsV mceredrgJohn Armstrong and jiiVhs visited iin WilUsburg Mrs Mary Mcllvo ibiteIlier-i ie7HT7- ji FdU7zqT- hus cried the hair And a Ikind neighbor came to the res hI Avitfi a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor Thc lIair was saved This was becaus II Ayers Hair Vigor isa regula f hairrnedicine Falling hair iisV caused by a germ and this medicine completely destroys these germs Then the healthy scalp gives rich healthy hair Tho best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yoaipj AMade b7JCAr Co j 1o LownI jt1ljers PILLS J 1 1L IAOiL week John Turner iSfWilh relatives at Mack ville at the prpsent OJCir Mtxllvoy visited hi aunt Mrs Walkorj OfWidler Hiights Saturday and Sund v Brn to tha wife ofFreJ Grider on last Sunday morning a 10 pound boy Work has begun on the bank at ths place the foundatio being laid Ir is expected fco b completed by the last of Novem ber Ma c HapyVr Lif Great h ppinrss can e nt e home ofS0L Blair school super intendent atsLh AlbansW Va when his little daughter was rU s oivd from ulie dreadful poin paint I12 iiatposV HsLts M little daugJiLQr hdSt Vitus Dance which yieded to notivat ment but grev s eadily vorsc until as a last resort we tried Electric Bittern and I rpjoice to say tbree bottles effectfed a Corn pieCe cure Quick sure cure for nervous eouulaints general debility feoiale wcjikmsses im poyerisheJ boo mud milarh Guarantfo by t Jr Hjydons drug storo P iioe 5QcVIib Heavy Damage Suits Attorney S M Paytdnof tli city has brought two suits agahjist the Southern and L N Railroad ir ihe Whitlej county Circuit Courtat Williams burg for heavy damages for in Juries sustained in the dynamite explosion atj Jellico on SeptemI br 21 One of the suits is in behalf of A T Bowfin who was dangerous injured in the ex L plosion the jimount asked for i being 20000 The other suit iis in behalf of the heirs of Johr Ad loins who was killed in the explosion the aniourit prayed for being 40000 Mr Payt nis also employed by several other i clnents who were injared fiV the explosion whose petitions w ill bthIed in the hear future The property and personal injury claims arising from the expos iun will foot up to Haifa m lion dollars The catRitrophe was caused by the exlosicn of 410 cases of dyntaniio which were in a b x car ont Iett i LtN sidetrack and oresplcded by U e etli rn kick itig a CJlofi11 flpigi inn 2l Ihs itt r itIzabethtossn News jYouj if your liver is inactiv as you lcd dull your eye are heavy and slightS exertion exhausts you Orioo Lax ativc Fruit Syrup stimulates the liver and bowels and makes you feel bright and active Urino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripeanil is very pleasant to take OrinoiSi more effective than pills or ordinary ahal tics dfuse substi ttutes Sold by the Red Croas Drug St oeVPublic Sale TliQrsday NoYeiDber 1IS 1906 On theabove date at my farm 5 miles l astof Springfield I will sell to the highest and best bid der the following property Four extra good work mulus one tine brood mare Urn bead pfcatle lorry line ewes big lot of lirtt class stock hcgs 8tO bushels of corn one hundted bushels wheat II u big lot of hay oats and fodder dna new spring wagon one two horse wagon and a lot of farmI- ng implementsV r- T KMS Six months with in teiestlxearing rotes that are bankable Sale to begin at 1 locloclfA JNTy reasons fur offering the above for salVe is that I haesolo my farm and rented mydowerM- ALJSSAt PEYTON VFor years I starved then 1 bought aSk cent bottle of Kudu Uytpepoi jCur and what the bott bcnifittei me all the gold in G orvla cti1d not bay 1 kepton takln4t and intw months I ventback to my work a machinist In three mouths I was at ns will rod heai ty as I ever was I htHl uJe a littla Occasionally allt find it a line blood purifier and a good tonic May cyoulivc kng and pros pcrC N Cornell Rodin g Gat Aug 7 190 Itdc1 is sold tere by SmQck Haydon tmti W IKAHKUFl DEAD Prominent Citizen and Soldier Suddenly Expired in Dallas j Sherman was Shocked lat evening ny the receipt of a mess age announcing the sudden and unexpected death of Cape Will iam T Craycroft which occurred at his home 215 Live Oak street Dallas i ot long after noon from effects cf an abscess on the brain The foil wing rclo tye o de eased is takn from the Dal tisNevsoftodayCapt T Crayon ft didV suddenly early fvesterday ftenodn at his om 215 Live Oak titreet of abscess of the raiir The end iime while m cor VFrsation with friends and his only daughter Mrs John A chofield was with him during his Jast moments In this day few men hve careers more eventful ifran was that of Capt Craycrof f He was born atSpringfield Kyt in 1849 graduated from West Point twenty years later and was in many of the famous Indian tights which added lame to the American army and interest to the history of this Natiob a geq erktion ago As CaptHin or the ofed Seventh Calvary he saw ervice under CustSr Att e irniof the massacre hwas illI andina ho pita but his men wpnt to their death on that memorable day C pv Craycrof came to Dallas rom Kensas City four years ago and embarked in business bore with his brother Hunter A iray croft A hist ry of the life of Capt Craycroft would prove most iJh resting so varied is it with instances of personal brayery dirpiy of wo th of real char ct dnd pathetic incident Those who 1noT him most cosely loved him and it is from such a source tnat many itmsof iinterest are gajhertd of vihe worth of the trulvgood man who has been called to his Ilst re1 s ward who has obdi ntly bowed to the call t come up higher ant rest from the weary Jaborf and sorrows of life Sherman l Register The best treatment for indigestion ahd trduble of th stomach is to rest the stomach It can be rested by- tarvation oa by the use ofa goodl dig stInt rhich will digest thefocd eaten tlitta taking the work off tho stomach At the proper temperature a single triypobn full of Kodal will wholly digest 3000 grains of boa It ralieves the prevent annoyance puts tho stomach in shape to satisfactory perform Its functions Good for in digestion sour stomach ttatuncesv palpitotion of the heart and dyspep i Kodol is made in strict confotmI Itv with the rational Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Smock Hay don yi IVIaokville t Mr M Ferrill and wife of Frankfortara visiting relatives and friends att tinsplace Miss Ennit tVcLirns and ororii r Lloslujof Uirtod4urti passedl through odf villao Saturday nfterroou en rout 4to Pleasant Grove tTvi it relatives EIlCiLAllDSAYS 1 NO ALUM TH FOOD I In England and France thpvSaie of Alum Baking Powder is pro hibited bylaw because of the in I jurious effects that folloiv jts use The law in the District of Columbia also prohibits AJum iftn food You nfayVlive where as yet you have no protection against Ah JDJThe only sure protection against Alum in your Baking PowcH i to I 3aypkilpi4 Ji I ROYAL RYALSTVdeVOm Absolutely pute Cream purelGrtpt 1 IT product Aids digestion adds to the of fixit ft VVRev Lyon of Springfield i conducting a singing ab tL- echurchthiseeIcVlttholist I1iss Elfzibyh bcd OCT VVStgfurgere the gu sts of Mis OriuYancey Sunday afternoon rra D Lake of your townJ was here fluesday on business Miss Eila Cox offL9uisville spent last week with frier ds at this place Mrs W T LeachmaV of Realyn Iowa is aVihe bedside Magge11hornpon ickof typhOid fever but at writing iimprdvinsr thiS1 Mr Leslie Bottom who has lllyphoid fever ife lm ing IIissvisiting Mad Mr JamICregor of Perryvitle the past week Mrs Edd Hiatt old her prop ertyop Villisburg street tp Mr Johnson for i65tV MrJ G HowQli attended the memorial ser ceat Pern villeI last Sunday which was conducted by Rev W T Overstreet t G F Wycoff LLD of Cur Ibleis vi itinghjs pat 1tSi at this place There will baservices held at the Baptist church pn the fifth Sundayin December and Saturday preceding Mrs Effie Back of Illinois is at the Home of ner parents Mr and Mrs Henry GravesV e Mr Phebe Foley who has bVn visiting his sister Mrs J H Wycoff has returned to his home in Sullivan IllV Mr Harrison Wright acd ramiI lj who left here a few weaks agoJ 00000600000 00GOOOQOOOOO g Ij1TiI J To Buy Furniture when you have right here in your Home Town a Complete Line of fine furniture f from which to make a selection It is no iidle boast g 9 when I say that I can sell Furniture to home people and give better goods for less money than they can get by going to Louisville or elsewnere Thosfe who tried it will endorse what IIsay IIam now getting inr the biggest stock of Furniture Rugs Chairs Etc IIhve ever handled and I willmake prices that willmove them GIVE ME ATRIAL W LBACHMAN TIlE FURNITURE MAN QO 000 OOOO oooo4 QOOOCKKK 1 y tttsss1IILsssIsu- iiscRlnoN I i tO9414R I 3UUhllSlLlUh1tv 3 i f Kansas have returned satis tied with the West and expect to make Kentucky their future home Miss Della Campbell of Spring fieH viSited friends here last week NTS Uriah Shewmaker and daughter Mrs Edd BrHtolJ- were in Harrodsburg shopping last Tuesda- yMrBillvlohnsoniifHarrods burg is quiie sick at thebome of Mr and Mrs Si Johnson A beautiful country wedding wa solemnized on last Wednes lay afternoon at 430 ocock itt the home offr and Mrs Will iam Whitehouse when Miss Lillie Whitehouse and Mr Archie Sweeney were unitedinmarriageI- bY the Rv R L PurJomIm Imedil1tfl after the ceremony the wedding party drove 10 the home of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs W JJ Yancey where an elegant eight oclock dinner was serred Their many friends wish them ahappy life + f I THE SMART SET Endorse McChord The fOllowinET vesolulioDs wre unanimously adopted at a meet iLg of the fowling Green BJSJ r46f5s iMcns Protective Associa tiou held in the rooms of said association on October 61006 AVhireas the Bowling Greefc Businss Mens Protective Asso cia ol1 has lerned through the public press that there is a possi of JonCC McChordj of ihe Railroad Com tf Kent CKr having an opponent in his race Jfob the Drmddra ic nomination for re election as Railroad Commission er and ibaLsomeof the interests whose hostility Mr McChord has incurred py the faithful dis charge of bisd ties as Chairman of tho Railrcad Commission are endeavoring to encompass his defeat be itVResolved by the Bowling Green Business M ns Protec4 t ve First That we recognize the ftct that the proper regulation of railroad rates is now the most important question before the people of Kentucky as well as lhe people ofth United States atjarge for discussion tmd ge tlement anJ that it win require the best thought of1 men who have carefully studied the conditions properly to ad just rates so that they shill not be extor ionate and communities shall not be discrinitJ led against Second That tht Bowling Gr n Business ensottive Association recognizes in Hon C C McChord a faithfu1 intelli gent efficient and honest public official who has given graajt cart md s vflo railroad re iton anc who has the cDuraff 1ibe just to the shipper and at the same timejui tQ the railroads TWrd The HlfBowling Gre n 1PIMIiIUrBI Tartara healthfulness Int AssociationV Business lens Protective Asso ciation apprecia e3 t e valuable f sAfvicfsbe has already rendered j lpresentl that if he iis ptrjoitted to coo icontinue in iuch position the f good already accomplished is but a foretaste of the beneStsof jp Railroad Commission which iLs not content to ba a mere sine cure but which undertake to 3Vfaithfully execute the duties re l quired by Jaw Fourth That the Bowling j Green Business Mens Protective Associati n feels t at the people of Kentucky could ill afford to lose the services cf so ablaan- expet tas Hon 0 C McChor4 j just at this time when kheqmts t tion of the r gnalion of railroad L freight is on trial and the people of bis district art ther fcrei4Sisrurged to stand loyally by him inVIbis fight for reelectioi arid the Secretary of the Asociatk i istdirected to transaut to Mr Mc J JH4 Chord a copy df thliIOlu tiotfs with the best wishes of Hrs 0 Association v I Ir AS HWJp VV Q SUM1TEB ti ClS NAHM Ji SAM CRYSTAL IjlT W HOkAS1 ji AttestV Committ Hi t H DGRAHAM Secy tt VPleasN1HiIi flY r Delayed tin the thaiV As 1 have notn sny news r lfrom this place for some t mi n willagain come bforthpablieI d aPIVIof Brush Grove vilitedreJthi v t in this coraraBnitjr from Friday j until Sunday li liJMarried Sunday Octobei 28 u the home of Rev flatchett Vlr Harvie Thompson and MitVAnna Royalty of Tatham Sprlrgs j Mr Iran Keeling and Mii f Athena Royalty rec the atten ants The bride is the aUricf If tive daughter of Mr and Wn Jf4 Royalty and stands very high in social circlei whileti t roomfj VVJ a promising young farmvcJigti serving of the good maiifPeJ h bbV iThomp5i g ind useful eara togatht jg the tvihof tIle writerV j rf1Mrvltscesi Athenia awi WoriM i of VV Anderson attended theV rWer4 Ban Crouch ill of ypboM fever f t his writing Mr Oscar rotjer is also ill of pnewoesa t L Mr Isaac Johnson of Tatban has returned fro i the city wiUi I lis fall and wiuteigcoda There was a4arg aitMdance It the athatnchrek Rndsy M iand Mrs WjltNMBi William of Sharp vllle eNbe guelte of Mr and Mrs 8 T Htnga Sunday GLADIoLi 1P1Ipt I y r V r w 7T r ThE r EWe LAPP 7 W NEWSLEADER t rVKMUD KVXKY THUMOAT r A YEAR IN ADVANCE PRINGFIHDKY rLOAVISON Jr0 i Local or bIIItthes notices 10 cents per fok lubjeqventinsertion fells candidates aud political matte Job wk Is 4oee at low rates but cash tt b yj drdic tJlvrnC2 ctdtl AmrtrtlsiMf contracts made on liberaterRIi Ihitvarlesand resohtlons ofrJsI ect 1 Pftliaejj f 1906trliTheStatewf v So close that the official count miy be necessary to determineJ whch has won and nh tolh iag clihniog the nomnation MMgpMfe majority the nice for termination for United States iii qe rthe ciosest ever run in tit kySenator McCreary tnomirlatt helas received indicate that hh majority will be about 5000 Or the other hand Gov Beckham ctiims that he has won by a 1piaiidorne4 tgaa 5000 J Hager defeats Hasfor Gov error by between 2000 and JOC9J 1 GIjon wins over Winfrey for 3 iSuperintendent of Public In htrjiciion aid John K Hendrick sjemsito win for Attorney Gen c J eral and Newman defeats Cren+ j shaw for Cdmtnisslpn of Agiv culture Republicans elect Corgress JI nan in the Tdird Ninth ands Eleventh district and the Tenth rfe in doubt ri V Id New York Hughes Repub lican candidate for Governor iwiosover Heaisjt by to COO ma dod Y Nittoeti IrmrssNow is the time to begin to use cIi fto want to keep your hogs free from 4 disease We will sell you a gallon of this remedy you can use itfor tIll t yourhdgatime you need not pay for the medii tcine Isnt this the fairest propos ton you ever heard of Costs only 5 cts per month foreach hog and the extra gain in flesh caused from its use more than pays for the cost of r athe remedy V f C J Haydan Springfield try 1 A 5Jt ZIon Echoes Ii Quite a number from this plHce attended the speaking vofGbv Beckham at SpringSeld st ednSsday All who hear J im were well peased with his tsoelbrhim spPetirRnd they are going 0tt pMrs W Hussoll spent several ill dajs Jast week with friends and relatives near Harrodsbnrg EmmaNealanddaughtEMi r foneMr S R Bayne wife sud Mss Mat ie Eajdon were visi t6rs of Mrs H C Bonta Thurs day Mrs R A Russell is no v visi 1i ijir her daughter Mrs Lillian Z RNeale at Chaplin Fot k f DriW C iGrigsbv and wife of Birdstown Mr Frank Jane jiand wife of near Vallfy Hill spent Sunday with their mother I Mrs Mary Grigsbr A very valuable horse belong ing to Mr Bailey Pmhston died Saturday Cause unknown hterMissBishopinMiss Aria Sutherland spent Sunday at home returileciWeducsCuy Mlves near Halld burg Sbf x a3 arc impaoied by her sis er wT Mrs Semones wl o is to spend- trr seerll W4swilh Mrs Rusell iSMirs rant Hays ssas in yKfr gfield ore day last week j shopping J f1 the5uestr atircay isitingstMrsy Bailey Pinkst n and dal1Jhffr spent Friday with rela + tivei aPnlliam 1ttfVAtii Mill onider wife and t h ildren were guests of Mr and tC SundayLink waslhe tt Unit E ud ytt THE TATTLERS 1I zSaiwU r uuri- A r t Pores View We were surprised yet delightted attjirfronour old and formr negbbor of Valley Hill Mr VViilidm Den ioger last week Mr Mor tie Fox of Danville spent Sunday night with Mr Wat O13yan Mrs Pius Naly visited her sister Mrs George Wheatl y llist Saturday night Mi a Susie accompanied her home to mat aseveial ars stay ngHldiesIa genttemen from a distance WeJlngt theyll ed n em last Sunday night A young min says that hs rival is better looking and smarter than tit isbrt then liei beat him loading a slideIMr Pat BaI who Shelby county last peek has a farm down there and JanuaryHeCarrico for 75 and soldfhim hs We1lutegUd that Smith and his amiable wife are coming so near A puort time ago we read in lhe IewsLeader quite an inter esting adventure a young man with a muskrat so we wish to relae our adventure of last Sat urday night About midnight we were awakened by a tremen dous noise down siairs Think ing our house was attacked by perhips the same oatawS that invaded the quiet precincts pf Mr Ben O Dauiel a short whie 31very31 41wit41 stonecl atwe advanced to the- isttti jandng on the starwiy our search iight was ihrown be owl Oh horrors what a frig i g wonderingazcwindow was a very small Qwl which had gone in the bonnett topfttiedown the flue bringing more soot and giving more work than comrortable us We released he young scrapper and told him to go arid ii pand breath the frc sh air oncc mOre and mind hcse lousehe inadesin the future I State of Ohio fhify of Toledo V ss Lucas jpunty J Jrr rall J Cheney makes oath that beis Reniyr parther of the firm of F j Cheney Co doing business in the ityof Toledo county and state afore thelsueaclv ana 4Tery case oftCatarrh that be cored by HaW CUI eIFrank J Cheney Sworn tQ before me and subscribed iin fHJsGtti icf D b IsaIi I r1nenvr1 ainpmucc us surfaces of tbe system send for testimoViials free F J Cheney Co5Toledo O Sold bal1I dr rgi6U 7oc 4Take Halls Family Pills for onsti nation i isTalliam Springs We are glad to teport Mrs Bessie Phillips out again aftera seriouscaseajtonsllits We are sorry to report Httle Nellie Burkiiead very sick at this writing olveryHe was driving a bJat in the fence with a very large roek and let he rock fall mashing hid ffoot very badly but he is getting along nicely Oscar Foster is out again after a serious cnse of pneumonia Mr Will White and wifeMr James White and family were the guess cf M EUsh White and family Sunday Coulterbought CouJJErbought Fostprboughtgram price unknown J Royalty old a colt to raose Royal tyf r75 Mr Lee Bird and family visited Mr J W Satterly and wife Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Westey Foster visiEd Mrs 1 oh n Coulter the first part of the week Mr Dock Hood j nd family yisited their mother Mrs Rena Thompson and family at this place Saturday night and Sunday Well news is very ecarce and I will content myself wth a very short lettisr this week hoping to write more next timeI will ring tff Hyacinth jKw anilFOuld COmissions teuort Tbe Minnesota Dafry and Food Commission analysis shows that Kennedys Laxativo HJjneY and Tar mid Bees Laxotlve li6ney an Tar contained opiates and crotou oil Opiates are poison andcroton oiliii a violent poisonous purgative Refuse rto acceptany tint Fole s Honey and Tar in a ytliow paokage FoleyV Honey and Tar contajgs no opiates or dangeroTi drugs pml isthe btcough and cold cure At the Red Cross DrugStore f I Maokville Y Mr Frank Parks of Lous vile was the guest of bisiiis tler Mrs Wilt Arnold Saturday 8ndSunpar Dr Barnett and wife have been visiting his mother near Cli apj n fqr several daysf Tue social I giver by Miss HadgieUottomat her home on the e ening of the 2i was largely attended and enjoyed by all Mr A tM Ferrell and wife have returned to their home in v Iisitatrthis paceiMis Minerva RaybDuine has returned me from Harrods burg where she has been nurs- ingi Mr Leslie Graves who has been very ill of typhoid fever Messrs Leo Simm Frank Willett ndPof Hume of Sp ingfield attended the snciE given by Mis Badgie Bottoms off tIle 3d ii s fCoyf Frankfort spent last Wednes day night in ouriowri enroute to Harrodsburg Mr Will Seay and wife cf Danville attended the BatterS Birch wedding last Wednesday No Case OfPPflspaaia on RsurJ We do not kiow of a single instance wcere a cough or cold resulted n pneumonia or consuaptlon when FoleyzsHoney sn1 Tar had been ta ken It cures couRh and colds per fectyso do not akf chances with sonic uuknoAVii prclt ratonhilh may contain opiates which cause consti pAtipn a condition that retards re ctrPrtr rom a rnM Atlr Jor Foley s Honey and Tar aud rehts6 any subj Istitute offered At the Red Oroes Drug Store IiIIJsburg I Mr Chas DI1t ton and chin ifg dugliter Miss Cleric frr r- Eloslon are the prxsnut guests cf W s Gibbs and family Mrs Will Hyatt and daughter Nettle spevt sevcr1 days iin Louisville Jut t week Miss Mae Bell G jobs is at home from Beaumont College suffering with tonsifitis We h peshf may socn recover and be able tto resume her studies Sdm Goodlett ant wife off pringfftid SDent Saturday anc bunday wih WBSliirley iD W W Hyatt Hart Ether ingtor John Reynolds and sev eral other attended c urt at Harrodsburg Monday Mr Ailn Rdnsdnl and daugh Jer Virgie VI Iud relative at Rahon Saturday and Sunday We aresorry to report Mr A Wells very ill at tlrs writing Mrs T J Miler and Miss Lula Earl Merritt were incur t wh shopping lastt Friday Mr Lester GibbS anl Miss Lizzie Shirley attended the pirty given by Miss Hadgie Bottoms last Saturday night Mrs Lizxie iVcMiHah spent last week with relatives near CardRI III tr Mrs Ncra Foster acd Miss M79 iii f Skating Rink To Open fJtJt is at Opera House I fIi1 i5l tflitJl v Tuesday evening November 12 and on tFriday November 16th and to continue iievery Tuesday and Friday afternoonl l tl1 and Rightv j tJ 7S7 tl i J JIWI S I I fI5Jfl Fascinating SportI t1l TheI Rih jsecuuidw th the lafest unproved balle f baringiSkates Admission 10 andtI5cents 1- 0celtsfr mi rent cf Skates Saf11d N W A1nJI Kelly Manager t tb W tv I ir DIAMOND BRAND SHOES iI FOR EVERYBODY Recently we stated thatwe made DiamondBrand shoes in all grades for everybodyat all prices and for every purpose showing that this resulted in benefit to the wearer because it saves all waste But we make more fine shoes I than any other house inthe West Diamond Brand shoes are soW jiq the largest citiesof this country The Style are correct the workmanship of the highest grade and the leather specially selected ADI4JIONDWE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THiN ANY OTHER HOUSE INTHE WEST tm LEAF 3 717 East Water St Cincinnafi Ohio W A BRADFORD CO W A Bradford Tandy Quisenberry Does strictly commission business Interest of patrons cre fuJy guarded months free storage We give to all persS150 per Logshcad for all tobacco consigned to us an equalize freight with Louisville We respectfully solicit your busin Phono Main 2681 Myrtle Tatett of Sp ingfield spent last Wednesday evening a the the home of Mrs Rue Mer ritt Mrs Hellen Crouch left Tues day for Illinois where she will visit her daughter In a few lays Ill b3 well3 said Mrs Johnson when she bought a SOc boxof Miona stomach tablets at the Red Cross Drug Store And shewas MOOR S71LL 1Mr William Boblitt anti fami ly urn Mr GforgG Grigsby and son Sam have returned from a visit in Hard in coon y Mrsr1 D Sweenoy and grand rlaugoier Eizaha h Mr W Of Ellis and daughter Miss Nancy v sited Mr Will sdweenov utt family at WoodlaVn last Tbur day iVr Her ry Wells visited hs parents last Saturday ami Son lay and was accpmpinod liorna hv his sister Missi Verna Mrs Tames WaU anl rtaffch ter Mss Arda wer hf Spriiv field last Saturcay shopping Mr Edd yorum ajd family Mr and Mr Jonn Gar den at Pulliam last Sat urcldyfcwd I Sunday Mrs Maggie Lvdclnne rindI Eltwoan ISusio HiIJof Midway visi ted Mr and Mrs Arthur JSddG man last Sunday Good for cverylklog a alv fjis used for and Pspuelally recemra d rt for piles Tbat iis what w say cf DC Witts Witch Uazll Salve fn VIInVI Pure Bred Mammoth Bronze Tur keys Per Sale Headed by a 32 yound Tom at six months Ha prize winner and from the best prize winning yards of Kentucky Can rur nish gobblers and henstoaUin at aeasonable prices Mrs R A Mclntire RFDNo2ISpringfield Ky reckii ida e My first attempt to write a lletter Iwill jot down afew iilemr Born to t he wife of Mr lEd Sagracy a girl Wednvudav th 81 Mr Ed Hamby has moved to he house vacated by Mr Wil Homan Mr Henry Skinimerhorn sold hij farm to Cuisinger Bros for 700 ppsessi n givan first off January Jiand 0 w Boman attend utbeJlandsMr Jodie Anderson went to Harrodsburg last Thursday and bought a 140 rubber tire buggy guess he will make the grls hearts ache now Mr Henry Royalty is teaching the Breckinridge school this year and is giving general satis factionICi W Homan and family visit d his parents Saturday anISunday Wheat sowing iis almost over nd corn gathering seems to be the order of the dayIMr Tom HtU11by is having ill of lumber cut to build a barnJ Hurrah for Willisburg she iV soon going to have n rew batik I BRAND e JiIouieII BUCKEYE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INDEPENDENT a Three ship visited I am a schoollboy and this is 35mv1rstlettershort letter I hive been a reader of the NewsLeader for a few ears and I think the letters are very interesting BRECKINRIDGE SCHOOL BOY Straud or Stolen October 23rid milk cow from my place near Litsey weight 000 or 1000 pounds right horn slightly drooped Liberall reward for information W G PerkinsdSpringfield rfdl Noeddo good cathartic A pill is best Say a pill hko DoWitf Little Barly KUers About the mot re Jable on the market Sold Ijy Smock li Ha don THE HORSE A COWARD rUe Laliorw For ti DvrauNe We Uke II Uu nnd lie Petir to Rebel Imprimis the horse is n coward na ture nuul him sou unreasoning coward lit fears everything with which he la unfamiliar nothing how over horrible which association has nccustjihert him a creature given over to sudden arid uncontrollable j nnlcs mid in their paroxysms stopping at no Injury to self rto those who cherish him Ills overpowering instinct in HUch cases Is light frequently but not always associated l with a deterrnlna tion to clear himself from any ham poring surroundings lIe has no feel liiga of revenge Unless trained to cun ning by the abuse or the mistakes of mankind ODd when these prevail he rarely wreakn his vengeance upon any particular individual but upon humanity in general with no regard for age or sex The sentiment of revenge Js so usual fy associated with cowardice that It may almost be classed as n phase of Instinct Cowardice manifests It 1tlJftt In equine connection In many ways 101 one it Is terror of the dark which will make him kick his stall all nIght doing hImself possibly serious Injury yet In nine cases out often a light ileft in the Stable will so com pletely reassure him that he win not lift a toot Another is alarmed nt blowing paper yet stands yawning while cannon lire tiredl In his face ItIs this very attribute of cowardice which enables iis to handle the ml we do to train hJm to our will udIr for our purpose which makes him once he Is thoroughly deceived and InI tluildated the iweful servant we find hint not a willing slave but pup who fears ngnln to tcurpt reprisals which havo ahvuys proved effective and WbOI labors for us because he hos been ninde to do 83 furl tears to rebel Ive to the most docile the Idea that he Hilly successfully disobey mid presto you Hlnll itliMcover another attribute of tile coward for your steed forthwith becomes n bully and q very dangerous out since ouch little net of rebellion which suecceirH awakens him to the inca that he need not obey and that hI Iqrtbwill l Outing Magazine j Cnn You Pronounce Tlienif He had just returned from England where lie hud hobuobbed he claimed with the KobilMy J have here he said gbookI j Hsh names that aro not pronounced as thsy are spelled This list will surprise fyou You wltt see from it that allsyour life you have pronounced wrong such iialups as Levcson Cower Glamls t PonteICnlCtlIe then read off the following odd list giving first the words themselves and second their right pronunciation I Bartlc PomCretInnlInsKurVerneySarneyBerkolcy PoleCarew PoloCarejr Jqrvls Jarvis ISt Leger StlIeg crIPC1sDalzelt1la Vms Mannerlns Ifordcn Beauchampl Eeecham ieelyStalways knew he concluded that Cholmoudeley was Chnmley nnd Derby Darby but who would ever have imagined that Carew wits Carey CIa rala Gliwms or Tontofract romfref TAYLORSI I REPAIR SHOP Main S reet next to Leach mans Furniture Store IPrepued to do Harnsss Repairing repairing make picture frames mend guns pis Lois share en saws and knives furnish sewing machine repairs fix your bicycle And clean and press clothes My Work is Guaranteed GeoB Taylor Eleven Memorable Dare The eleven days from Sept 3to 13 Inclusive arc memorable for Laving once been entirely omitted from tho calendar of the AngloSaxon world adoptedIons after most other nations of the civilized world had conformed to It In that year an act of parliament pre scribed that the next year 1752 should begin on Jan instead of on March 2J5 as had previously been the rule and that in the fallowing September these eleven days should be dropped from the calendar the day following Sept 2 belli known as Sept 14 Stlr ring tlmea those were too In which days were not lightly to be spared ronia year with Olive conquering India nail Wnshiuevon beslnnins the conquest of the Ohio valley But the precession of the equinoxes took no 1note of trifles like these which could 1be accomplished as well under one calcndarial style nsanotherIt maybe observed that while Gregory drop ped only ten days from 1582 eleven days had to go from 1752 and Russia would have to drop thirteen now to square her dates with the rest of the world New York Tribune Shopping In Brazil Shopping In Brazil Is difficult The merchants block their own doorways In aoverweening desire to see what btb er people are doing If you Insist on shopkeepertnkesbO business or his own In reply to your Inquiry for an article he Is quite likely t l to say he hasnt got it although it may be plainly In sight And should yon point it out he will smile and elevate perlyou perhaps if you ask for a particular t he will direct you to the case or rawer where it ought to be and leave you to search for it yourself while he hurries back to the street gazing and gossiping Xo matter how much or how frequently you buy there is never any discount and If you object to an extor ttionate price the merchant smiles po Utey shrugs his shoulders ami turns his entire attention tcFtJ cliraretfe lit fens all the time iJepzi smokilig As if Vflri to get rid ofytton any terms Vrnp Fop Small Maiden A smart little coat of dark red broad cloth with collar cuffs and belt of vel vetstill darker la sketched as i sug liH KT LITTLE COAT gestlon for the small maidens new wnfp The box plaits in front and bac1cI not only add flare to the skirt but lend the wearer a robust appearance which Is most becoming v Juiuiicr Style The so called Jumper and pina f fIJpulardrover arc to continue their vogue both for extra waists and whole gown mod c 111llim kro trapped in various ways are among 1 Koine oCthc most desirahje modes cx 1though here Is always a certain differ lice auntie to suit the iudlrhlual t Lonerj areItuiil almostImperceptibly lengthening especially for morning wear The tailor made ojwillrIwlU8leljnl8 p KILLrHECOUCH a II AND CURE THE LUNGS 1New1 FOR cONSUMPTION Soc prfcll jTBBOAj LES or MONEY BACK LET Illii S OWOU1 1r lJ I Some of the latest Fall Styles in SHOES and HATS and GENTS FURNISHINGS 1j HATS I have the most correct shapes iin hats The Hawes 300 flAt Leadstbinalh A variety of shapes and quali ty ard full assortment to se lect from j INrSUOESi1 t I havlt1 the latest styles and in the k celebrated G R CTS SETrfmhefortlj STYLE AND 1 MIFORTff iAlso eeraoher rnakesin shoes for dress occasions fend t for rough weaiSi1 l ThSCome in end select aS 1 Fall and Winter Suit made to order from all wpol goods at tram 16SQ fo f f 345 Guaranteed to fit Overcoats made ttp order Jand made to fit J 0 t All the falli styles in Neckwear Gloves andWinter Underwear t 4YY4 Mens Outfitter t ik If1 J t JI 00 1 it IJlmefhesjIK lIs an old adage Its a big jump though from the time ef the first clock to now Bridge the chasm and what have you The first clock dude the one of today almost a chronometer Accurate Clocks and Elegant Jewelry is what yod find the year round trat my jewelry store Mynew n rt ockr cfccts my I erg cxicrtinsel ctirga jewelry stock To i money buy from me S tJames J Graves cVIi OOOOOOOO OOOO S = tII I i r L1J L Allen CMTumCy iWkgei tl iiBluei Grass f Manufacturingt fc 11 Itt JManufactu ers ofV t Harness audd Strap Woorkk i 4 J H I ps f r We are especially pwparcdtcioa11 kins fIof repairing to Harness Saddles tct fltI t Hand Made Harness a SpecialTtyc JJ Wall Street Near the Depot SPRINGFIELD y 8 i 1f i it f I IE E EE 8CDDiE I HAVE YOU A KODAKm mL Let me furnish you with I AN EASTMANTHE BEST MADES S P5in1 lfLt tKodak and Camera Suppli v JJj J 0 J Hridtnl t ttifi CORNER DRUGSTORE bf IE iiIEE frl r t r t 4 m JJMBURTOkI- DENTDENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OncHagan Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work StrictI Firstclass ttJt DR J CMUDDPh- jsiciatt and Surgeon Offices over Haydbns Drugstore 1a JIHamptn MD1 t Office in Opera Jousc 0 Office Phone No5 tI Residence No 38 W F GR1CSBY ATTORNEYATLAW 1 Office over Peoples Bank- SPRINGFIELD KY t i= rFJB EoBABDS M W FYATT 1 9 RoBARDS HYATT til Pljsicians and Surgeons 1 Office over McElroy Shultz 1 T i DR Jj H HOPPERP- HYSICIWandSllRGEOH PrtONES Office 97 Residence 711 Office Over Hasans Grocer J dJ I t pro W W Ray v PHYSICIAN MD SURGEON f Office over C W Hagans grc cery opposite Piesbyterian church T rPhones TOflice 175 L J Residence 172 JOfHN Y 5MA YrS L FUNERAL uiBtCTOR AND LICENSED EM8ALMR TELEPHONE DAYI19 NIGHT 74 1 SPRINGFIELD HI Ralroad Schedule Follo irg is the tim stheduk now in effect on the Bafdstowi and Springlield bratch railroad jNo 41 Leayes Louisville at 1 410 pm Bardstown Junctiot 502 pm Bardstown552 pm arrives at tSpringneld 645 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at Y3O ani Bardstown 617 am Bard 10wn Junction 705 araj arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville an 730 am Bardstown Junctione 930 am Bardstovnn 1115 am arrives Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm i 6 No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 a m Bards town 8 am Bardst wn Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville f 935 am DN6 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pmvj Bard town TnnctioD 650 pm Bardtown 753 prurarrivesat Springfield 825 pm t 0 ToTobacco Shippers i We wish to state to our friends tbroljghq the tobacco growing sections that we are not conn ct ed directly or indirtclly with anvv other warehouse pr ware rh01JSe company We cond ct a Strictly Inde pendent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business and res pectfully SO1iit your patronage f C A BRIDGES Co Proprie tbrp Picket Tobacco Warehouse Louisville i Ky 408 mo i FRESH BREAD f ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Daily Always good always fresh We bave a Baker who is an ar ittist at making good things t Six Loaves of Breadfor 25c S feV t Hertliens Cbnfectipnery j 7 JTHE VEXAS WONDER f i f jlwes all Kidney Bladder andj f It4 gheumatic troubles scld by j1 druggists or two months ftreratment by mail fCr1 lriI WHall 2926 Olive streetU ifti Louis Send for Kentucky a s rmon auf311ODYAM TAR ftIi1iren afeutre Ato opiate T W hi TOWN r It Local Happenings of Interest it The Freshest and Latest I AllAboutYourself Friends i and Acquaintances innnnnnn nnnnft nn nftn Pdd pieces of China can be had at Leacfhmaas furniture store at half their value Fo65Oyoucan bny n handsome 12 piece tjilet set atII Lsachmaus furniture store Dont fail to see the display of 12 piece toiiet at Leachraans furirituie store IDmner sot elf 50 piece decora ted china foii 98 at lleachmans faroiture store STRAD From tnj11 place a blek stoercalf with tag in right ear Any innnfitton ileading to iFs recovery will be rewarded E S MAYES jElsewhei e iiii this issue will bq found the notice pf the opening of a skating rink Tuesday night in thn Upera House Mr John N Kelley is the promqtoiv Byron Croake andRe Offutt base purchased the J C Mann farm coniting of 200 acres paying 650 foriit Mr Offutt will tjke posessdii of the farm the Jjrat of Jahcarvi NOTICE There will be a con- regationa meeting held at 11 oclock Sun at the Presbyterian cKur6h to cdnsidec calling a pasti r A full attendance of theI membership iis desired The Uni ed JOaqghteas of th- eOfloicym1 atth valton ou laib Friday evening and elect ed MrsTennieWillett Honorary NanmaSimm Mrs WilHnius has jut rereiv ca a nw JineIhat J trimmings and new fhapefe that Will be sold a V6ry low prico This i your opportunity to get stylish millinery for very reasdnabe prces TRAYEPFrOth ray place about four miles from Spring field on Jasb Wednesday night a yellow brown muley cow left front titcut with a wire Any information leadin to her recovery will be rewarded by Scott Johnson r f lOt 4 Th U file DigIters ijof the Conederacjt are arraiig ingr for i entertanroen to be Kivtm at tie Qper Boue her en tre night of Thflnk4rlvltlgNov 29 Seme allradfyo features will bo given Ltd te enterUinmant will ubtless prove interesting The proceeds are to be applied to a cha liable cause Three bunches of extra fine fat cattle were shipped fromi here on1 Saturday Brother Anthonv ofilie St Rose farm furnished 22 head that aVeraged 1500 pounds and for which was Jpaid 5 cent per pound W C Rogers shipped 18 head that averageJ1rSO pounds and Graves of Marion county fur inched a car load that weighedj 1 175 pounds j t The marriage of Miss Martha Shewmaker to Mr Jack Rav rbournet Mackvillo yesterday at 430 pm in the Christian church Rev W H Williams performing the ceremony Miss Shewmaker is lf daughter of Mr and Mrs M Br Shewmaker and is an attractive4 7 and popular young adyii ri Raybourne is a bustling farmer aud business man of Meckville u Visits Old Battle Grounds reltt lpom iajft w here be went to 7Hut tie old bat tie jgrounds mill also to look up a brother vhrin Jit liftd llest sight of for 25 years HrJdieih says hatie found hsjbrolbar who is Stephen Isham fc god inliusineas at Lookcut Mountain and found bim in gcod et1jQYed9fE it LookoofcVloimttiin and Mif sio liryRidgwhre he pRrtcipated in jKjme stiritg scenes with hi regiment the Tetth Kentucky Union army under command of Coi W HHajs Heuays be- rticOgnizi1Itr theppdV a5 Mission I3yaarsflgljhim He sys his visit to the place on thiebccakOn was muG IItbosedays10II Kofifol Dyspepsia Gund I Wiest baf yo crt 4 TOPICS I IInnnnnnnnnnnn ftftftft Oo Entertainment at the Opera House JThe United Daughters of the Confederacy will giv an en tertainment at the opera house Thanksgiving evening The Society has secured Miss Bettie Lewis of Louisville an elocu tionist and impersonator of un usual ability as the principal at traction MissLewls has receiv ed unusually flattering press notices in the various towns and cities where she has given entertainments FERQjONAU Mr Alex Barber spent Sun Inay in Bardstown J Mrs Walter E Leachman is visit pg relatives in Louisville Mrs Walter Leachman is visiting relatives in Louisville Mr T D BJa ford of Staight Creek is visiting relatives here Mr andMrs vV K Robertson have gore tto Cincinnati on busi ness Miss FamiieMcEroy has re lturned from a visit to Miss Wil lIam of LOuisville Mrs W H Sweeney is visit ilug her sister Mrs Alice Thompson Mr John Heed and Miss Mattie Tucker leave to day to uisit relatives in St Louis Miss Mamie Donnelly and Miss Mattie Lannon have gone to St Catharine to attend school vzZiUi-I 11 IIust Received i 1 bejshdwni1 fj I day atv f Ii MISS WILLA KNOllS t Ii tcwvccMr from l Frankfort last week and was on lhand to vote last Tuesday Mr Howard Moss and Miss Susie Pehn ha e returned from Urab Orchard Mrs Mary E Durrett and son Joseph are visiting rela tives Bloomtit Id and Louisville MisgMira Weils of Louisville is visaing atre home pf her brother Mr TD Wells Hon C C McChord and wife came home Monday and returned ta Louisvill Tuesday Mrs John Brown and Mrs Harry Brown pf Lebanon spent list Friday with Mrs Fred Raga i I Mrs Alice Tl omj on and son Nathave returned from a visit with friends in Greens burg Mr Lytle Kaves and UG dcrofjhariu pf Mercer county spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here Mrs Thomas Medley and chilj dren have returned to Owens boro after a pleasant VIsit to Mrs iGeorge Medley Mr George Medley came home from Owens oFo to voie and Fpend a few days with his family Mr and Mrs William H Sal llee of Danville were guests at the home ofMr and Mrs A C McE roy Sunday IM r and Mrs Frederick Man get spent the latter part of the week with Mr and Mrs John John W Le1h 3 f Miss Nora Bonta of Mapl Hill spent Saturday nnd Sun SgtjMiss EJzibetn Lsacbm in an r Mr James Edelen were guests rr CY ll Diamonds r Just a word to the wise Buy ypcr diamonds i before the Holiday advance PLACE YOUR ORDER q now for Christmas In xxsure you the finest stones lowest payments prices and easiest E M Russell f II C LJ j r ii 7 tof Miss Julia Copper at Lebii non last Frldy preJ B RoBards ttpd Mrs RoBards returned from Hender sonville Tuesday Vhere tho were caned by the death of Ur twoo RoBards IlIr and Mrs Will H Leach man Miss Elizabeth L achman land Mr James Edelen spent Sunday as guests of Miss Mary Hundley At HubertII Miss Annie McChr and guest Mits Elizabeth Morris Miss PITuesday Mrs Robert C McChord at Lebanon Adrimal C T Force formerly of the U S Navy now retired of Pitsbur P a andMr and Mrs C B Force of Newport Ky are also guests of their daughter Mrs R F Sqt ton Rev David Sweets of Shelby ville preached two interesting sermons at the Presbyterian church last Sebbath While here he was a guest of his kins j people Mr and Mrs W A Waters and the Mfsseo Lee Rev W H Williams has re turned from Bethlehem church where he has been assisting thefj pastor Rev Purdom in a reviIval meeting There were eleven accessions to the church Thett t meeting closed TuesdayrMr and Mrs R A Mclroy Mrs R F McElroy Mr and Mrs Richard Durham Mr A C McElroy Mr E S Mayes Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Jr Mrs Robert F McElroy and Miss Kate Mayes attendpd the l funeral of Mr Paul McElroy at LebanonjSunday j- if r e sdames Ro F McElroy E t S J Mayos Jr Ida Clarkson R Q McElroy and MISS Annie Mayes attended the missionary meeting Lit Lebliuon aturday to hear thelecjture of Mrs Stuart who has seceutly returned from China where she and her hUS- band wereengaged in the mission ary yorkERev Geo F Hamilton has accepted p a call to jbhe pastorate of the Baptist church Hi1Isboro O and preached his first s rmon as pastor of that church last Sun day He will retufn here the latter pirt o2 the week to re move hs family to Hillsboro That coogregition is to be con gratulated upi n securing the services of Rev Hamilton I FarmFor Sale l 250 acres well located 60 acres creek bottom 30 acres inl 1timberall lays wellgood dwelling with 7 rosins good tenant house two barns 40 by 60 both new three never failing wells This place is division i subject to would make two nice places ConvenJ ient to church school and rail bad station Price 5400 terms asyFor furiher particulars call pn- MCELROY WHARTON iReal Estate Agents Land Sale I ill at my place at Booker Station on Tuesday November 20th offer sale my farm containg 300 acres This farmwill be offer ed in twP tracts one tract on the south side of the railroad con tains 200 acres a good 8room brick house three tobacco barns one stock barn and other buildings Contains 60 acres of tim ber and good tobacco land The other tract has good tenant house is well watered and fenced and is good productive land The land will be surveyed to tbe purchaser TERMS ON LANDOnethird- cash and balance in one two and three years with lein note bearing inter st from date r IAt thu same time and pace I will sell a lot of cattle two gpcd work mares one good woik hprse 32 shoats 1000 bushels of corn some oats in bundles some fodder farming implements etc Sale will begin at 1C am- af C MANN Mup Strllee Breate The most famous strike brealIj ers hi the land are Dr KirgV New Life Pills When lliver and bowels go pn strike they quick ly settle the trouble and the purifying work goes right on Best cure fpr cpnstipatiqn Leid ache and dizziness 25c at C J Haydons druggists FOIEWBONET TAH r A11drit taft 0 If Its Worth it- traveling a long distance ito have your teeth extracted II With out Pain tr All DalgrrII IiiWWiWWiWL h CRUMEDD S I w Wi Bardstown KyIiiI 333 3 3 t THE ELECTION Ben Johnson Carries The County by a Handsome Majority Primary Results The election passed off quietly in thie county last Tuesday only a fair sized vote being out In the general election thore w only one contest and that cannot be termed a contest Ben Johnson the Democratic nominee fiirly ran away from M L Heavrin the man Who accepted the Republican nomination and then made no effort at making a ace But for the tact that Mr Heavrin name appeared on the ballot there would perhaps have been no one to know of his candidacy Johnsons majority was 504 The advocates of the stock law scored a victory and the law carried In all three of the voting precincts in which the vote wasI taken Precincts Frederi kstown 100 35 Mooresville 74 444 Wilhsburg 69 7- 1North37 80 Hendren 40 53 Mackvilfe 12y ottsville f A 105 62 Springfield No 8 129 40 Springfield No 9125 28 Springfield No 10 133 53 K1yhb p 78 25c iuih Grove 2h 50 To Majority air 110Llr4 t Hobson fqr Judge of Court of Appeals received lOiS wte ROP Prohibition candidate for Congress received 20 votes LThuPotts lle 46 votes Springfield No 0 10 votes Springfield No 18 votes 1 PRIMARY VOTE The following is the totall vote in the county in the Democratic primary United States Senator McCreary490Beckham McCreary majority 27 Governor Hayes 458 flager 394 Hays mijj rity 54 Attorney General Cafter 233 Hendrick294Carters Supt Public Instructiod Winfrey 28d U 004 U Gullion1 00 226 Winfreys majority 63 Commissioner of Agriculture Newman 290 Crenshaw171Nawmans Lieutenant Goverror Trimble aol Auditor Bosworth 347 Secretary of State VreelandS 865 State Treasurer Laffoon 310 Clerk Court of Appeals Chenaolt 246 BUTCHER SHOP FOR SALE Having decided to leave Springfield I wish to sell my outcher shbp Including thelools furniture and business good will This is a good opportunity for anyone with a smaU capital to embark in a QOOD PAYING B JSINESS will sell at a bargain as I have arranged to g elsewhere G F CARPENTER If you yant to be cured pff catarrh get a Hypmei from The RedOrou Drug oi4fitI Price fj Money back ifiIf ti11j tQ cure t 4AW4 4 i BIG ANNOUNCEMENTS t t Are being offered at the BIG STORE We want your tradeI I pricesfare f 1f1 f Jmp er can save you X money A special effort on Ladies I and Childrens It JflodsvVJ 1f t Is being made by us this season arid we can say our traotti wai i 2 never better We wouldliketo have you call and see this i I ffOurLadie- lReadyto stock i ear gar rnent lithe best to be seen in any town in the State We handfeonly Garments that tit and live satis i faction tyisi h 4 dreu skirt- scsilk petti coats mer- cerizedpet i hcoatsmuslihs wear wrap per kimo i nas dres sing sac ques out iing gown i VIiI w PUBLIC SALE At mv placefour miles froni Springfield on tbe Sprin field and Wini burg turnpike and about ajnile and ahaif back from the road I will on Friday Member 30 1906 f offer for sale the following two brood work mares one aged work horse one buggy hors r one yearling filly two milk cows one cow and calf three yearling calves one Jersey heifer 22 sheep one or two fat hogs about 500 bushels off corn tJ o Duffgies two set of harness one two horse wagon mower and binder and other farming implements and houshold and kitchen furniture Also about seven doz n purebred white leghorn hens aqd a few cocks and cockrtls TERMSAll sums under 10 cash over that amount on a credit of six months 2t MRS NANNIE LEACHMAN To the Ladies of Washington County Dont sell any more bens or rosters until the turkey season is over They are very low now and we will beable to pay you a least 2cents more for them af tel the season is over Bear this in mind and hold the m 10 U3 M H Joues Insurance Inrore in the Farmer Home Insurance Company of Junction City Kythe only company in the State that makes any claim of paying its losses in full iyr Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrub Grape Vmss Rhubarb Asparagus Small FrUiti etc is now ready on applICI0Db We employ po Af enU but sell direct to tthe plmntra SONS Lexingfcpri Ky bOfft itW- ultk 1 i MroJtEKjiitUa taDdt Hosesry fr t 1IeiWnTWa beet u1sSsoW ji fcitJf I warm eel and LiIJ IclalI PICSt1S y25c ecJi j 1II- The Robertson Clay rooke Co1llCj i 1LLtENMEYER iI Our Aim jWTo kkJKeep kIkk t II GOOD iSS GROCERIESSfA a Both Staple aad ancyii Our icustomeri will find out gods Ii Strictlj ofa Hijlii Grids 4I i I tt Fresh fruits and vegetables aways pn hand Pro pt J i3 attention tp all orders It- McElroy ii 3 Shade n Iws L If i Irn1UaUUm1bLLI I Gapia1l 50OOO lI Surplus and Undivided PraWU SiQO lk T OFFICERSB L Ltt8ey President JdhnWlLeirfc VIcePrirti t AC Mcfjlroy Cashier L B Caib AwtaUMt OftsUer K 1 Foster BookKeeper H H Purdom Asst okKeeper DIRECTORS B Ti Lltaey J W Lewis7 WD Claybreoke T So r Mayes R H Edekn H M Grundy Jokm O Pella We grant every favor consistent with safe bamkiaf Yr Intel ness respectfully solicited ies IssIwliirniii tr cc OO ssscsMARKS GREEN The old Reliable Masutacurers Yt 5andDealers in all ki 14r I t 5 LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES 4 SASHnCORS BLINDS 5 We handle the celebrated j Mixed Cfinfiel 1 Weareaolesgeitsfoc rJ l 5 ACME CEMENT PLASTER The Btt pa-rE rau3i Prfct lUgki a Y tKatoM1itreY A ff3T r TJi2 tTA IAN IDEA OF SPORT The Italfnns G the most featlezs w1nuners In Europe Tia tact Is due II fri Tfart tptheli extensive seacoast At the leading resorts aquatic sports or t alt ldnds avt1y popular During the last season diving while mounted on a trheel wsJFa feature at some of the bay or Naples resorts wa t How to Gie Farming iiu Die i TQoMar tCoint NeYs 8pnkfr f rhng fo1jfr t tlhtl lbnrgJ tcoin e rural Wdustby H i cventualy comefjft mflaiODtlLdbt1Ie1d tlJnC aicw of our1IbcT- Otd i s uba move 4oik1fnot f ut ff s a a blsngttLbtiurii1 tbe ii SLte l 1 r cOgi1 JO cf tLkWOthOf f Ugrate3Vnunbr an1 t ikonet1yeL JIS1f helu 1spo tri1ke p sf aij iinvirIubeiifu darnenti1 prin I cIpkMlapOR wt41urzveJn iirsts fHonelt ce untrrmen back1tLie riit Ji e Otest lIol lowihe mountains dotted over the millions i f slopes arid d turbmg alliival soil of tle- mtf Keatn rtldtnif ciufuture lio lightening ands ou r real onh is stehdily pressing Jtii way tf tUese rpf Tayjiable tjn Irue ivbrth misi and yijlbre1W c q r Here is our coudensdkcu tnrsm o tile OrlKlonalJnzative Cough Syrpr r iezrJya11 otqer cough syrups art CpnB ipatlnfr especially ihqso Ooii xdining opiates Kennedy I axati e Ibntaioioffji Honey and Tar raoyet rte wW ont ns lio cpiates Conforms to the National Pure Fux and Drug jaw Sold by Smpcl A f fi 1 Havdonj J t r y I First Claim t- f Sunday night Mr W T HaLtS 119 ouT8b pilci OJc g on1iisiftrm It Nn o n thi Burgin pike Under abcco ftaxl i j I atndcur of the fun1Thucra r y JoMng shttop at fvi hanls of curs are to be paid at netippiaised aI111 of heshesp TneJur killed foV Mr Jrfdjirta ls1tYaXDCjti prraisjfdi at j anti Jljriiit5i fied Ills plainti fur this ajnJBunfc The lax jn ppjc d upon rlie dogsflthudt be colectel 01rl whibhj r Hannia will bc m pI1atai urvii ihatt1rneo- cvJ frbslos Mr Irt MCrolcf vriho Dyes OIhaibWor l fv nig11 siucc and ifiniSStidi fkr ill a sotitilei a stmUar Iiro iarrodsl u ir Democrat llhaaatJLJ C dan 1rpernItio ifovibgi the rtmoval of ma F ucr sargea my h from ay daughte 3l1ip sa prevented by the app ha- tionuf Bucklens Arnica Silvr says AGi Siick of Miletus V7v Va Persistenti use of be Salve completely ci red it H Liiaes Cuts Burns and injuries 5uatC Jriavddn dniggist J J Gorge ShauntyE ts Pie The Louisville Post Jllst week eontsi nod the following aqcouiu 5 anaccider t to Dv George- htrfktiy M tfliie raiticaling a cabt J1ra t pie While in tU e cfc of ealing a pjrece of i9IflC Uft t jvettday not te noo tiofir n George J Shauntf f 7iL West Jeffe4n street brpM off two ttt eli at d swallowed onr p them A rdfct txth came jn tJbntcli with 1P spiv he av pieosqf 5ruit uplbrokei whilj sa of5dni lrow3s sh tttored ho h3 carr e orn on Ui e first Ht managed to catch One if hi I krTHEIR i4 Washington county farms haye always sold low Jn t with those of surrounding counties This fact the public is gradually realizing and Steidy buying cK i fc mand ttnd consequent advance in yalues Instances are by means rare of farms lfl this county doubling I five years + ij t 1 JfTlffrexcqUerit rogtas throughout the to ty hfclHrad iq lhe yariou stations along the Louisville Nash t v vilJe iailroad afford the farmerof the county easy facilities Jfor their produce and their live stock to the markets t Iand here is 1prdly a point in the county that is Dot withjn easy access ofaiaUroad station or a good store Often The Kidneys Are Weakened Jbrb Onporiu Unhealthy Kidneys MakeImpurj4loo Ji It used to be consideredi 4lmtonljr urinary arid bladder troabletfAverc1to be yourkmneys understand dutIyou extraordinary SwampRoot wonderintcnrcs- of distressing dniggistsin fiftycent and onedollar Mumlc traced to kidneY but modern science that nearlyall diseases have their beginning the disorder these most important organs The kiucyt1 filter and purify uieulpo that is their work Therefore when veau or out order you can how iiiicklv your entire body is affected an l how every organ seems to fail to do its are sick or feel badly begin taking the greet kHney remedy Dr Kilniers SwrauipRoot because as soon is your kicfneys are wen they will ielp all the other organs to hcalth Af trial will convince anyone If jott are sick you can make no misj take by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the effect of Dr Kilmers the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest for its the most cases andJssold Ion its merit by all t size bottles You may- ahRI bottle th now proves in of are of TTnmnrSW1IInlloot TV liiail fredniso a pamphlet telling you hmv to find out if you have kidney or p1per11ohcaDr Iminers SwampRoottmd the ad- dre Binghamton NY on cvcr bottle teitb Wlriethe other went down his throai By nd the dlsSsuratlun ac corapanyitrg t e k ssof th frJljp- t uVwhic he bad rjocdiItautistfLcIay pl Ufi tay d dn V uft tLo 1EiotlJ9f1lip ns di 11nie4i1te enson exa t G B Burha s Testifies Aflr four Years 4 G U Burbans4 of fearlidTe vCentor N Yt writes About four vear ago twrote you stating that T hajt bfen entirely cured of a severe kidney irouqle bv taking less tban twv bot tlesof Fyleys KidneyCure It enJ ttrely stopped the brick dnstsedimcht tiid pain and epmptoins of Kidney Ciseabe dissapeared iam gld to say thia I never ha l r r lbrnof anIof those symptoms during the four years that have eapsed nd I am sviueptlyi cured t j sav cured tdI heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to any one suffering froin kid- Sn crplad leI troi 1eSIli lby tk 0 Ived Cross Drug Soc J f II 1owI Burley Growers 4 iL A dispatclvfrlim WtnchsVcr OlaccollGtOelirowd iincluding qniE1ate3- wli arrived this Tnorninf vas thall9obaccoconChe enthusiasm remains at high pitch aud those here get ui djj termined t effect somfe plan 1ly means tf which the producrs of = = barley tobacco tn iY luve a yoke in uctllTwenty tuckare represeht din addition tn rlafarrafns frothOl4jtnditfltLtrillcf and Wtstot counties was cilftd this monrng nda deleiae from each re spmded Thefo was determi UaliODshownto sand bv the present organiza it3n Managers tare sanguine hat at Itaisl e git per cent f t Irs jears pfuJuct will be peoled wtETTvhe brganizji ton and tlathQit1qL9I having one seller to meet the one buye is the keynote orccesl H C She min o t Greens burg Iud the Natonal Oiga i IZT of the Soce y of Equity is presiding ieday M6tof ih morning was occupied inc ding the ro 1 of counties heariig re poris fioin thesame and gppoin tiogn man in each county o effect ii locaf org n z JOn This afrorneon tbeGonstitu lion apd bylaws which wre adopted by the prlnffry orgahi ti ni at NTdci CitU ssh1 bj pre sented land discussed Last night t e Commercial C ub of this city entertained the vsilinsr delegates at a suiobe Speeches were made by ex Mifvorr IGarneJbflhis c ty W C IChord of Springfield arid ex Senator VVm Lindsay The latter emphasized the fact that Uie growers mut depend upun themselves for rel of and not fur legislative euactmepts Give children a remejy wih If plaasant taste Oont force orpp aii medicine down their asj ICnnedj Lax iiye whitainin H mey and Tar is most pleasant to ttke Cnildrxn lUte it Und as a reIlItef for colds cougbs etc therels Tothinff better No opiates Con firms t National Pure Food and Drug LttSo11 by Smock Hayden IIOXT tO tiVL v miUit5 Cou IllI Uia witft U1l1 for s cousli tnd in n3t latitxas of coKjJi theriy wore C3Uth 5 Uwa iis nces snrtf ttly Rulrwv the narjxne of tIlL ttmjyh c tn ramcTc oiTemllnj ma tkrklL trim ofloiin eoiiIt1on will tlfilp one mill r lic ooTialiing In nit iiii stances while hi the inlider wises It may stojlha coifli Altogether after little perseverance Wlttii tempoJvfo oughi take a deep brIt tilling If fa siblc every ah cell bottling It until the warming soothing oTeot cotnos or so long as Is roflSDaaWe and mark the riiiollifyins TOJtiltjoir limcoiigb wbl even Avlieu t11w hitter Sems unavoUl able will often br1J uhder control Tlie Hornex Inferno Paris ht the inferno of hors s is very old npiiorlsni Ireueh cabtBent anti carters have In piuem1l very rUle love for tu horse Many consider fils wretched quadru ttl asu simple tool a motor with four feet rather than nil a precious servant worthy of regard 8eil1Ilnrevolting brntalty often coupled wjlI oal stun dltv Iaris Eclair It t z f1rif ff l t 80KEf j Real Estatet t Dealer0 1 1jj 1 4 f tJ andinsurance Agent1 1I ft JIjff attentioni of farmers tobacco growers stock raisers and investors iiIS1 I Being directed to WASHINGTON COUNTY FARMS for several reasons CHEAPNESS comparison there a Ino rat inaluepuing ACCESSIBILiTY I shipping turnpike uuquxxIeic n a C 4- rTH IR FERTILITY Thereare few gectionsofthe country thou produces 3 Xdoes1plO1 season Corn wheat cats and other small grains grow in abundnreand it is tlientun1 horne ofthe bhib grass clover and other grasses which grow and afford abundant pasturage V for stocK of all kinds iSOCIETY SCHOOLS ETC t 4ra one Considerations of a man of family iis the quesionof churches scloo s and Waslihgtoni x tlIton public free schools are of tLybes andhyqple rajrexftf a social standard r c mht 5IfYoullava I IJ Jftf Iff I P I4 Fr i I V I have a listof Fariris which I will gladly furnishanyone and will take pleasure in showing property at anyi ittn toan3ie desiring a location HUI oiS 1 if l Correspondence Solicited J e i oTLKIE5I 1 4q I DI HYt TFeReaJ Esiete MaP lc 0 4 I 1eRING 1 IErD KY 1t Ifi PPr v v yv 4 Y 1 Consumption fj There is no specific ffor consumption Fresh air exercise nourishing foodand Scotts Emulsion willcome pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Mil lion of people throughout the world are living and in good health on one lung qJ From tinie immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for onsumption Of course the patient could n9t take ih in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTS EMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There 5no oilnot excepting butter so easily digested and absorbed by the system as cod liver oil in the form of Scot 5 Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous CJ We will send you a sample free q Be sure that tliii picture in the form of Sa label is on the per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York socari41 lra jj iiti NEW SHORT STORIES Proof of His Skill Krnuli Miles Day the well known nreJjlfrct ami essayist or hllmlelphtn 0te11gOf itsH green and old roe tp another TUT ot rich blue for ttile polished tlooi betWea was tlarlt null smooth anil fcllpptry like Ice Kntlier a Rood pollsh there think said Vr Days host n resident of jilt tnnli6i e pqunnj nom ulmbl good Indeed titih1 Mr Day Tlio litjust then slipped and nearly reiiivMl the architect with u laugh wanton friendf of inlue has beniilif Goats anti the other duy sent for a tloor tolislicr I want those floors polished he irtur to the limn as he led him about WN ftIDfl lCOUi ULiaJUW ths liouse They tie you ifcreclru HIM ui3 Ibey ought to coiuc out us hi lran i rotQvood DOyOu think youre cHwible ofdolng tliem justice i OrVfe JUt some proof of your thorough rowiiotelicc Tiiati easily done sir the ipolish er rtfi IM YtbU jiwt Koantl ask Colo 01ilmy varl llclltftUt ye Why gw etttor On the prtlllied floor of Colonel Snows liiitii room nlone live persons i gut broken Hnibi sKyIntor while two ladles HpiieJ dinvH thc graiul stair T xpxi during the Eitster voek hall dud one dinloentdl her ijlp while the oth tr fractured tlnfec rK 3 YQU aylic Cplo iel Snow sir I polished that thoorand- lint there staircase of hlsu ritrrnut rroNiicct- S ncrlnteucit C Hrcuunii of the rtrtttntcer life 4tvng corj i said ora froHldsh iuvpition for life Riving The muii whd tried lo nvo life with Jiat thing would have it pleasant pros eet before hIm Kvofj minute or two t end r ulclllc boirjd to Hiioji qr i pul icy woud be hound to break The poor nrp fflfl wnml h1 0SourStomachNo appetite loss of strength nervow ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to IndIgestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discov ery represents the natural Juices of diges tion as they eclst in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys pepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach MrS seaIJ of Ray ntwood W VtA1 was troubled with sour stomach for twenty tri KoJol cured ma and we are now uslne It milk to baby N Jc 4ol Digests Wk t Yow Eat JM Gl 100 Size holdfnr VA times this trial size which sells for 50 ceat- LPrprd by 0 DeWITT ft GO OHIOAQO Sold by Red Cross Dru bore t REAL STAT FOR SiLB j BY MCELROY W H AH00 jftQifi Cf fSPRINGFiELD K f J f No 65 170 aero farm located 5 miles from Springfield riht on pike good dwelling and barns 50 acres in Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price 6000 No 125 acrefaitj well llocated good dwelling new barn all necessary outbuildings 30 across bottom llan farm well fenced and in good state of cultivation Price 6f 00 l No Of 120 acre farm 8 miles North of Springfield good 5 rooni dwellinjp good barn U acres timberland io acres ingrass Price 12750 No 63 118 acre farm jwfcll ocated right on pike well fenced jroid well improved Price 35 per acre No 69 50 acre farm well located Price 1600 No 70 145 acre furzXjvehl4Iocatcti- and lies well good houSe and small barn mostly Mn grass weir fenced Price 5000 No 71 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies well and is as good as the best Price 00 No 72 210 acre farm vcli located gpcd farm and lies well and mostly in grass right on the pike pice 7 room dwelling house 2 tenant houses good flofi No 7iJ is5 acre jaru ivthl located right on pike and railroad This farm is subject to divlslonhgoc dwellings1 and barp fine body of timber plenty of tobaeco land Price 35 per nacre No 74 160 acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield g06d dwcilinf and barn 55 acres of ottnJand gsvell watered and fenced Price per are 825 No 75 125 acre farm located near town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to house six acres of tobacco fence all Price 20 per acre a gool No 76 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springfield well Improved nice dwelling barn and all necessary 80 75acre farm located at Alack viller first class new improvements of every kind all good land all lies well and mostly in grass Price wcmngbarnsangood tenant house place well fenced and watered Price 35 k 95 210 acre farm 150 acres in grass 50 acres tobiccp land 20 acr slof timber good 5 room house barn 40x42 eight miles South pf 0Springfield81 68 acres located 5 miles from Spr ngfield on the pike goo dwell ing and barp place in good state Of cultivation Price 2500 97 50acrfarm 3 miles from Springfield good small house and Price outbuilding 5000 strictly a tice placeI 1 in Take BrOmO I months This Jpature nn wnifnehcenneua or mm qsa memx of mint had last spring on a trout fish lug trip My friend went trout fishing In 1lkv county got board nt o a lay at a small wooden farmhouse near a good stream 0ArrivIng lute at night his first inealj at Iils farmhouse was breakfast and when my ret came downstairs Ute next morning breakfast was fcpread onr the kitchen table It was n apluuuhl April morning TIu sun luau just risen behind the mountain toiw Tlc dew sparkled ou the grass Blrdy snug The air was sliHrp aud sweet My friend vrs trcmeudonsy hm gry but bo Jcould not help1 smiling when he saw six bullet csssanged la a row beside his plate Come CJP rnttlnm he dld to the faimtrs vrlfeI l Admit Ive a good appetite but yen rosily shouldnt hno boiled all thosa cssa Two BlHuililMmvo been eaouyh Wnal sJtt t11the woman ye uioutj IS well try then six lust an If tber- 118111tl3 gorul Qtal alnong cia Ill boil ve hlf a doJtou more Xcw York i friu Scrll1n CaniidIio 5rlondMiln CeiJcrnI StitmwuR w paclty for loy ably to li8 olJ saWfurs ra so oxi uiKive ttlt Ineindcil thrt oJHJren One of these Mra Iotftte MorgKn Srll Author of the pemjhi Stp or Shade relntea di1It death of their fvrHttry Generil Morgnn 1Ia iralth In srttHng the lAttirs cs pinto sonic Information vtas noed scplllyl tlut tithe the pJMornl was jvliig in row Yuk nail was being Mexilzed lally lie ps nut n yaui r man imJ the wear anl tear df socir rwinlre inontfl was more or lews burdensome siii then a young girl wrato htmn Lurriedly for thb Information neodcvl- and reply rninoby the HOT t maiL It rive the full details faqnjaKll and cuVirctl two sheets oC note jxipt r In It the general stated tint he hail jiRf relumed from a dinner party and lliniFh It was after mlilnlght be wrote nt ihttt hour In oAlerto prpnlbtp ttliohi teries of the children of life favortt genom1 Mdrpnn Swltjli J Ittthey hail been ilia children of one of uk favorite soldiers were Iw it le uv It would bayajiefj rib UmsKtRutb Sherman HiirporV Viikly nca1 tH MVhnfs the t cfLlo itt IiE0 mit r oi1 the kliul laiuhJ ifMHJtjT I ran awny to play lujuiiv soblxid the Joy In tijobIg Ilao Rwoater You did oh AUtl do you feel anything t like areiliUlu5 I shonjd iIlyto When wngptj through boxing me my waaa redT os n beet PidiileLn A vri a auinff Vine Uoau King Leopold of Belgium Is having llio prajccied automobile road along the wlfole lielshin coast Jlnlsheil at hts4 expemfenfl he has dmwh on hj jf privy pmve tQ the c rBntbf lftoooWQV francs for tbt purpose A tluirt of the rngit1fleent uy lC Ostn1 hits hcaot completed 1- 4 I barn potsPric1ttJtJNoi721j acre farm 150 acres of bottoui land all good land can be cultivated every year good improve d1cUingImeat house buggy house milk house atm w hlnatered l tIfrethv l1iaCKiJlc hl t right on the pike This farm is fell improved in evtTy way new 8 room dwelling house dltobacconearly all lies well and is in a high state ol cultivation This is strictly a nice place and a chance for some islri0We also have for sale a 330 acre farm located 3f mites from Spriugf fleldKy The improvements on this place are excellent tfie dweUing being a twostory brick six rooms halls and porches located in a beau tifully shaded lard The barns are firstclass asare all other outbuild iings 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 540 per acre No 78 80 acre farm oafd in Marion county good 5room dwelhing goodbarn well fenced and watered schoolIand church rrice2500 INo 70 75acre farm well located goo improvements of every kind new house and barn all lies well close to good schooll and aU churches Price S3750 82 15 acre farm 2 miles east of Palm on Willisburg pike good dwelling arid barn Price 3O per acre norjbofbacco barn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco land Price 200- 084vji acre farm located miles east of Springfield Ky good im provement of every kind Land all iles well new place Price 50 pey acre 50 acres land well teJneir tMt Zion church all good tobacco and good 4 rOOm weJbngtbarn fk4Q iflace well watered ig ood orchard PrIce 1000 dnejlingtl 52000 Facre farm good box house eUr new barn plenty of tobacco land right on the raikoad Price aiooo roIJlSpall goo Jand Price 15 per acre 103 60acres land all lies well small house and barn Price S24CO ion 140 acre farmj new improve ments of every kind farm mostly n 1 Tablets Sevea Mi1io foes sold in past 13 lie 1ks his skin lAMES E PresIdent M CCA l ffcr l t 8 191 acre farin locate 5 miles nerth of SprfngfieJtiDvcling anti 1 tarjij Janiia1J 14es yij wdl fenccd f nad wate d Priceg5pracre SG 50 a re farm 6 buies ot Sung 1Jandl j tPrjc87e210acre farm near Maud Ky Good farinm AH gupd land Good 1improrcat it of every fcind well- f ticed and jfeitercdr rfgUi Sn thepike Price rffhti atid tctibsi easy 88 65 acre farm laca od 1j miles 1pikeP1 IISD 135 acre farm ella mile frcra Springpeld Prjicp 5460 ti toIi KyV nice place wen impEoyyid sHe wen onfe mile frnm railroadstation it Hi 160 acre farm located lt miles afrom Springfield Ky right on the 0 pike all lies weLL Good small house dVt25100 100 ace farm 2f miles from v 1i Mackville good new 6 rjom dwelling stock and uchacco batn 1anOpncds of smay fruit 10 acres creek Pridt JO per lcft101 a3 sfcrc 5j miles from Spring field lands all 1e ft lAtravbarns located IjPricettoj ISpringfieldrtation all good land mostly in grass iandi medts ftobacftofbottoptl Jfaj l tpUceIf 4zrae4 acre I iI i A beautifu1 Toom dwellibgonI Main fStreet in perfect reIir Everything new and clean Price SSiOO A well equipped two story dwetlUtg onCovungton Arcnue just completed nicely furnished modcsrn equipped with light and water Price rtM IPour room dwelling on Yirgialai Avenue t lii4room dweilinoa Grundy v Inue lot 70 ft front KKfcf deep M oBenl7 roam dwelling 10 atedIlI Grundy avenue water and lliglts y nice lot good stabl and other out baildings Price 3500 JFour hice cottages located on jail 1roatJj iJ ii roC a Cold One Day Laxative Quinine TownProperty u c = 0EcwO1f It 1 1J4ljIIj eiicii Jibiii ufj i ltiki VW tll i WB HAVE TO INVEST- v f s tj Q 1 OR CLII KTS t750OOO TO giOQO g- illg good Electric or Steam Railway Manufacturingi rV tBank or Trust Company propositions f f ij1 f W13 BTW AND SELL ani sell issues of municipal and cdrpprstion tbonds and are prepared to furpislj capital Ioi any inente ttt IOUS proposition Have money ijo loan on anyA Notproposition V f 3 s w GILMORE eov V io IIICEALET flUILDIO LouIvJLLE Y If fIlf 1f m i t1 jajtl t P distance lines arid 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