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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 7dj SES7ABLJSIII3D I itf 1N1883 S i ISGss I i F op I Ili L I r NEW SER1ES VOL XIII N k46 SPRINGFIELD COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 15 1906 Jj dOPER YEAR f I fI I PRF1BST pbACT I c I r DENTISTff pAtal work atreasonable prices rworkgulanteed t SPRINGFIELD KYJ v iWR DIRE C TORY Vt SPKiNGriBIp county seat oft Washington r County 52 miles tuqth ssLst of uexin ton 59 miles from fcouisyille on Bardstown branch oi oxxivillc and Nashville railroad in a farming and griuturaf4is ict i1riklite1egraph aiid telephone li 6sfeipr is5 office flour mills lmber ferar y 1 Population 1100 population of ofptV 15CkK KeprnttftivTelu Congress Hon D a Sxnir Hoo1enville Ky SRcpr ntative in Kentucky ICRS 4 a eQnW D laybrooker jitisprescatative in State Senate Hon r Harry tncasteV Lebanon KV Go nty9irectorytJ J CIRCUIT COURT 0 Circuit Court begins on the fouttli- tfonday in February May dud Octo 1 ieJ YJT I HThurman Judge R L Durham Commonwealth At iorney HobtA KoejGlerk JILeacfiman Masterjipnlmiss f I1cr 2 QUART1tRLY J COURT cQuarterlyJ Cpurf is held on the thirdc ondySin each toonttt Litsey Judge BJf 1vCOUNTY COURT County Cuort meets oh the fourth Monday in eich mouth T TfArrei i L WjE Booker Col1ntyCllftII T SMayes County Attorneyi George Qatlett JailerJ Sidney Ofibourne Sheriff Sam Anderson 1lB Powell t i Her ertEddLIeman j Deputie EJd Masters James F Moore County SurvcYor r P OBryan Assessor W TMitcheli Deputy RobrtNoTretfr r ch JM Montgomery Coroner Ji W Bush Sapt of Common Schools PO Springfield Z CITYCOURT James R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal WVitV Jrlgsby City Attorney ft JUSTICE COURT Jntice Courtsare held inJ nuaryf Aril July and October = Church Directory 4 t 1 METEtODIST CHURCH Rev GW Lyon Pastor Ser- viCe9JJ the First and Third Sundays ilnjeachmonthatllamand730 pn School Sunday at0 am4 Sunday every EwTyeV m eingevcry Wednesday lai1hti 4 iCATH IC CHURCH P Pastor Ser Rev F Hennessav yices tvery Sunday at 8 and 10 ocgoc- ki n Seryjccs alt St Rose sank hour J CHRISTIAN CHURCH l RvW TWdldCfl Itc1e- verySundaT Scni- i 7 T FEE3BYTERIAN OHURCHr Proabbing every Sunday tll1am Bdfppm JSunday school every Snndaat 10 am Pi ycr meetir fyeryThurflday evening at7oVMjlJ f a BAPTIST CHURCH SSftiif Rev WnT Harrison wi lit tt Fabt P Ifaching every Snnday at II am- and 745 pm Sunday School ever- unday at 930 a m Prayer meeting Cvry Tuesday evening atA74S oclock- Craternal Orders t MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No SO meets first and third Mbuday- el eaclTmonth JWashingtonR A Chapter No 5 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council tfo52 meets on TerylourthMonday iUncHTS of THE MACASEES Meet irmOt1i 1 FnLEYS KIDNEY CURE evIL CURE YOU ra ycaseQf Kidney or Bia4der disease that is not bcyorkl the reach of medi- ci Take it at once D bvingi3rights DiS 7Diabctes i Plamed by delay I fliONO Bottled rdII1VYti 1 dPWcRe 1 0 r t t 5IIt j r r 1 THE NI3WSLEADER OT 2WKta 2S Sito iil ili WW iiWOO 4ROUNDI or TALK tt g dn nnIUlnn tW tfl7Lldtltft t rr sr r The lKieKer bitit iJij For years he kicked Corruption had been reigning He5QJFe that swiftly day by day Bad jgoveratneat was gaining j AH day alt nightasleepaake Thevikiie Wa snotinR Jj TQn md the usual mistake votfngf Bach day but oriethroqghoutIlcy IBe howled for reform atioidj Election day hed disappear t And cease his d4titationfIHe said wrongs made him sick at heart And filled him with dejedtion Anfl then hed fail to do his part By voting jtm election The Commoner 1i COSACJCO CAMPAIGN A t JL the rjeent tobacco grow ers eonrentluwheld at Winches ter tte tobacco men made plans fora wlitrhvind campaign of th Burtey dstf iet during the next ewWa ksLThe iidea is to geVlhe UilaQ5pgroers inler std and organize 4 for all realize thptI orgiitiatiori is the first essential tto upcess fully con tr oiling prices Hon Hi B Slier aIiona1rOrganizer for the American So cletyof Equity of w1i hthe new Burley Growers Association htobeabrnncbwilli lead the campaigpy and vill be Assisted by iTiiSocs of more of local andI generall oraizrs State or ganizer LrN Robertson from the dark tobacco districts finc s poifa several weeks in the Ur ley counties during tile cam fpaign whiChU is to be of the hcalVand clUtitYf organizers hi the dark lobaccp district will assist with the work jii thjs state andI C bio 4ppo mentslurve been j for meetings at various points uiaTUffitr tlfnrrst of tr e yeuTTbe dateof thefoieeting for Spnng tield Vs fof Nember 26th or Goun y cdVrt day The farmers adjacent to these meeting places fail to be at these Sbeatings and lernof the meetings that the darjc tobacco growers have made so success ffulHewiU show how the IBurlev growers can i winlthe same success with tha same methods The foremost tobacco ir growers of the Burley district have become earnest advocates of the plan and are joining the new organization iapidly r 7 EMAttKABLE fANThe 4S Eli ebel fpwn News which did all in its power against Gov Beckhjam in his last raVeforU S Senator has rihe following to say of him Governor Beck ham is undoubtedly the mot remarkable poiitican Kentu ck y i has ppoflucad in the last quarter of a century He was able to sit iia this seat and take up Judge Paynter who was practically unimown in the State and who could uflt by Us own influence secure a d zen jvoes in the Leg jslajiurei and leci him tq the U S Senate over J C1S Black burr the most popular and con spicious Derac rat in the State Ijast Satorday iied feaad Senator Blackburns boll easr tie Senaj tr McCrearv against who ej record or character nothing could be Ja1fb a handsome maonty ttfth victories aSI tee have hover heretororej ben won Wi any man in Ef n tf1 cky JJtt 1 A True CurioV I W Overs rte present I1fr Gol ItlT Long yesterday a pistol the like of whic has never been seen by any of the people to whoml the weapon has peari shown altnough some of them are eterans of tbe Civil War Thereljsno tte upon iLl rir its maker4s U dlrbur it iii supposed that it was made in Englandas iit is a specimen fI he old fashioned pinfire gun ai d must bo between two and tree linndred years oldlhe- jlinder i s mad t9cary wClve rounds of cartridges and tbe calibre is apou the same as Sthatof the modern thirty iwov fhe weap n nodoubt has an inI tietting history and would iibrjngabg price if offered for sale Danville HgraU o u 0 ZIMarriedat Fourteen t A school girl m short dresses became a bride in this cityi Wed nesday evening when Lulu Den Owens age fourteen years was married to George Stevens a bachelor of thirt five Mrs Henry Owens tho girls mother gave her Consent and witnessed the ceremony Tlial couple who were from the vicinity of Versailles came to Lexington tin the interurban car accm panied by the girls mothek They proceeded to the pfticaofI Magistrate John B Payne who performed the mdrViage cere monyKy Observer Maflec Happy for Life Great hppiness carrento the home ofS Ct Blair school super intendent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was re s ored from the dreadful corn plaint he names He s ysMy little daughter had St Vitusf Dances which yieded to no treatment but reV s eadily worse until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three hollies effected a compete cure Qaick sure cure for nervous complaints general debility female weaknesses im poyerished blood and malaria Guaranteed by C J Haydon drugstore Price 50c Fine Jacks Sold 4 Gfibbs fy Ma kin bought in Nelsoji county recently five good jacks one of which was High Tide one of the best jennet jacks in the State and for which thev paid 1000 They expect Jx head tb eir heed with this jick a H Qooney of McGuffey Ohi bought of E T Shields ot Bloomfid his fine breeding jjennet with a four day 1CJld Dr McChord jack colt by hot side Mr Coon y bought this jjennet at a long price She is tliQ dam of the yearling premium jack Kiug of Nelfpn which tolc first P emi urn at the Lexington lEtir also thedam of the two yearold Branton jack which took sweepstake at the Bards town Fir Standard nll1 S tlOcr a Foe to 1mbIllon jYQU cannot Lccomplish very much ifyour liver is inactiv as you feell dull your eys are heavy an4 slight exertion exhausts you Dri6o Lax atue Fruit Syrup stimulates the liVjcr and bowels arid mates you feel bright and active Qrino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant to take Orino is more effective than pills or ordinary csthaitics Refuse Bubsti tutes Sold by the Red Croaa Drug Stooe Death of Aged Woman Mrs Mary A Deats died lust Monday at her home at Deats vilic in the 78thyear of her age after a long ilnes of para Jvsis Deceased was t1e widow of IL W Dats Sr Esq who died about eight years ago and pioDeersetJJDeat ber of the Mel liodUt church and was Christian woman in every respect rfhe was greatly bj loved by her neighbors and friends and her loss will be deeply felt in the community in Have You a Friend tell him about Ayers IThen Pectoral Tell him coughIit in the house Tell him to ask his doctor about it Doctors use a great deal of it for throat and lung troubles The best kind of a testimonial 1IISold for over sixty years tade byJ o Ayer Co Loe1I- Atio manUbctcrcn cf i AlJePILLSII i hara no aecrettt Wp pnbllik tthe formulas of all ournncdlolaeir Dne of Ayors PIH3rat totttinswn paten recovery 1tttal i 0- f r f which she resided for so many yeas She leaves three SODS Messrs H 0 Deats of Bennett fjtfj of Bardstown She is also sur vived by two brothers and two isters Esquire T A Shawleiri lof Coxs Creek Hon C L Shaw Jer of Lame couoty Mrs Wm tNapper of Boston and Mrs Celeste Burco of Baylis California V Funeral s rvicrs were held at deceaseds late r sid n9 Tues day R4v P ters ot Bardsg officiating Burial followed in New Salem cemetery Standard the best treatment for indigestion and troubles of th stomach is to rest the stomach If can be rested by starvation oa by the use of a good digestant tfhich will digest tbe focd eaten thqs taking the work off the stomach At the proper temperature a single traspoon full of Koddl will wholly digest 3000 grains of fooa It ralieves the prevent annoyauce putd the stomach in shape to satisfactory perform its functions Good for in digestion sour stomah flatqncea palpitotion of the heart and dyspepsia Kodol is madein strict conform- itY with the rationall Pure Food and Drug Law Sdldbyr Smock t Hay don The Election in Nelson- The election passed off quietly in Nelson county Tuesday The vote was light but the Dmo cratic majority w js unusually large Hon Ben Johnson received 1289 majority in the race for Congress This is the lar gest majority ever received by any candidate in Nelson county and Mr Johnson is to be can gratulated upon the almost un animous vote and the splendid majority received The vote stood Johnson Democrat 1620 Heavrin Republican 331 The primary vote was light but was overwhelming in favor BeckhamJtbelithecjtjididate SlatesSenator The number of votes cast in this race was Beck ham 1245 McCreary 328 giv ing a majcriry of 017 The vote for Governor with one precinct missing iis Hager miEsing1precinct Judgenagersney General Eien rick 554 Carter 318 with one missing precinct For Bchrol Superin tendent Gulion 676 Winfrey 267 and one precinct unreported For Commission of Agri culture Newman 658 Crenshaw 91 one precinct not reported We will give complete official vote next week Standard For yearsItarvcd1 then I bought a SO cent bottle of Kodol Dyspepslz Cure and ylxatthe bcttle benifittcd me all the gold in Georgia could not bny I kept on taking it and in two months I went back to my work as machinist In three months I was as as well and hearty as I ever was I stjll ue a Httla occasionally ai I find it a fine blood purifier and a good tonic t May youlive long and pro- sperC N Cornell Reding Ga bySmock Public Salex Tharsday Novemberr 1IS 1906 On the above date at my farm illrsell to the highest and best bid tier the following property Four extra good work moles one tine olcattlelrorlyclass stock hogs iCO bushels of corn ono hundred bushels wheat a big lot of hay oats and fodder one new spring wagon ore two horse wagon and a lot of farm ing implement TERMS Six months with in tetestbearing notes that ae bankable Sale to begin at 1 oclock My reJsons for offering tin above for sale is that I have sold my farm and rented my dower MALISSA PEYTON Hi tbc N cwpnrc Foot nd Dru Law We are pleasedto announce tbit Foleys Honey and Tar for COU1 and colds and lung troubles is not affect d by the National Pure Food Drug law as it conoains np opiates harmful drugs Jnd we repomr jand it as a safe remedy for children Yptfta1lld it at the Red Cross Dmy Store FARM HANDS Organize Union and Will De mand Better Wages The first regular union of farm hands in the South has become a reality and a strong effort is being made to extend it to all parts of the tobaccogrowing sections of Kentucky An ex planation of yie foregoing is necessary since the organization is in no sense a creature of bad conditions brought about by ttKJlplantrs blonging to the protecste association The leaders otti2P union contend thelExecutiv3Planters Protective A 1aa1 and sand owners are concerned while the old conditions exist for day labore s and tenants The Dark Tobacco District Plan ers Protective J1sspchtion operate over much ofirlhe tobacco SE- Ction including a good portion of the two Sates and since the or gSnization of that assocation there has been a quiet effort on foot among the share workers to reap some benefit from the improved conditions This week it became known that the share croppers nd fdrm laborers hdd launched their movement in Logan county Ky and Robarl son county Tenn the leaders claiming a membership ot sev eral thousand Only those who till the land for a portion of the products and those working for daily or monthly waneS are eligible to membership in the Union Thedemands made upon laud owners are not to take effect untl the first of January 1908 but the commiitse is now pre par ug a long list of items to be presented to tbe landowners that they may ha etime to con sider the matter before the sea son for signing contracts next year In these demands are all the following items Half of all the tobacco anJ corn produced and everything furnished must have two acres of corn to every acre of tobacco half the wljeafc where the cropper furnishes half the seed and fertilizer or one third where the landlord furnishes everything f2 per day for wheat harvest 125 atd dinner per day for threshing hay harvest corn shredding 15 per month anti board on yearly contracts and 19 50 for single month work Croppers must have horse to tend garden all coal and wood furnished ard pasture for enough hogs to supply his meats and cow and horse Manv ccntend that thc new union will amount to nothing but many think it will grow rather than die out and will add to the scarcity of hands during the rush season Domt be troubled longer with catirrh The Red Cross Drug- Store pays that ifal Hypmei outfit tloes not cure you com pietely they will pay for it Valuable Horse KillfiL Mr James Isham a well known merchant at Mackvihe had a valuable horse killed at J IF YOU TOUCH yourtongue t- oALUMin3 Took ia the glass you will see the eBect You cant help puckerihg it makes you pucker to thinkof tasting it By the use ofso called cheap Baking Powders youtake this puckering injurious Alum 1gh into your system you injure digestion lMJfeiui our stomach Sayplainly r rtscwewewl3SUBSGRI7ION 1 IO141l3AR L 2iIifN r WASHINGTON I 1 ItiIr rF QuDAlumbut you have the profit of quality the profit of good healtbJi1y 1 4 Jf Tue depot in this last Friday license were issued upon the ori Heard nd Seen tUn Wash 4 aR rtdtown nad been shipped to him Ijere pclockand will continueuntil j ft jt apd bad brought two wagons a Spring During tIle IongVin President Rc csevil 113s J double and single team Thett ter evenings the best paces for awarded a medalof honor to Ed J 11t tnimal hitched to the onehorse boys areat their own homes in ward Hurry a coniiuctorollt1 Jtlr wagon 6ecame frightened at a steadof leafing abou lithe strrr Pens ivErajarraHrba J1ti who rrik i f train and ran frantically in the slI edhis own fife t6 save thf livEs 1 direction of the doublet am AiiproporJyiheedei of two children Robert an txyl tshaft of the wagon was u to characters Margaret JTj9vvigpJhPittsbuii f into the sida of one off the other Icof the young miriof a few yearn Pa Jon January 22 last f Jfsi t Corses passing almost thrbughlheoce1 f PJ R Hollander of iti tits body eulg d in a few rnoJohnsHopkins University who v jtmeats aunT before anything cculdhas been retried by the JSjlatert be dne to roipvfi himHarD Li partmeot as a sp91tr r agent ti rod barg Democrat r1jor1rm cdnntctio with the settle 1 ment of questions pertaining to f A Year Ot Bloodthe business will be finished the foreign indebtedness J of 1rt The year 1903will long be re About the only thing interest Santo Domingo arrived j1fi embered in the home of F N at the meeting was the payment Washington from Europe ye i Vj sinkingfundtheannutlTacktt ieijday and hid a con rrrcewi h tIIL taxyearAssisantSecrtary ac ttre t copiously from Mr TackeVsII collections to meet the p rent jpectinghV work t lungs that death seemed very lof the Water W rksbondsf The policy hblders dfSanFtri fi p near He writes Severe bleedaisco have appealed to th 5jfte lj ing from the ludgs and a fright Montgomery McElroy and Mr Department to aid them in 1 Itf- ful cough bad brought me a Oliver Kelly Jr willl t ka place forcing a settlement with tKfeeH f 4 t deaths door when I began on WednesSav evening Nov 2P Germant isuran i compltrir k ttaking Dr KingsNewDisCOVerY at 73l pcloclr at the home + ofIand dDe Anst ran Jpany thtt ffor Consumption with the aston the brides patents Mr and rtusdto pay for any of khigt Ishing result thatafter taking Mrs Wallace W McEroy Thee property destroyed by fire ttfour bottles I was completely RevA Moffett pastor of the and earthquake svhichKl images restored and as time hasp oven Second Presbyterian church aggregateabout 14OQOOOc permanently cured u Guaran will be the offi idling clergYP1tmA Panama special says lrr Kelteedman KEbl whom 1903 trd agoandtto gain admisson to thsTfehita drug store Price SOc and 1 the invitations have been limited t 1 intntothe Trial bottle free tton qf hilling MrRoosvelt aA V groom Quite a number of rela andtivesfroui frrtLCIiMl Locals 1NasJut under arreStt Pbysirl the WEalnnI A rL Jv t From beFacon tE4E1Css Wyandotte Ky says will be sent back to Qhili A1o11S5married thinkIStateSDeartmentt and aLfRobert urriuuuus were coum possiblyl ue saveo uc is tne i at the Baptist parsonage this onlyTemecy I have ever used that 2onletenc3 with Secret fr1Otr rtt ofcity1The Ambassador s dth9rw1l 1I yember by Rev A C Graves these wcresosick I tc no change in the San FraticiQs i t theuivith theremedyofdrench but1rcub1eonicerniogtha pxclutThey live in the eastern par1did loose a hog Sold and guaranif tt If Japanese school children1 arPi4the cbunty and their oges are1 tIedby c j Haydon Springfielt and 19 yearn respectively The fe A IihItQ 1j g I II You cannot catch old birds with chaff You cannot snare awearer of Cro stt shoes with fairy taleselts the downright ease the free fun of walking that makee once a Croeeett always a Croesett with men everY- where CROSSETT35o MAKES LIFES WALK EASY HARK If yw Jshi Joes iIkeep th will say aele- fdeewithZSc eNr 1 gI4i st1 py iLiLKWIt A fISETTI KORT1 AIINGTON MASS FOR SALE BY 1 W TLEACHMAN T jtTEjt of age a distant relative of tin famous Daniel Boone didoi organic heart disease esferdaj nthbIbomstorekeeper and gauger in thu city He was one of the oldest employes cf the Government and was a veteran of toe div war in the Union army r Bardstown Nglson cou tyj lIty was the birthpaceof Mr Boone HeT liv d there all bi life until fourteen years age when he remove 1 bishorn0 t Louis villa J3e is survived b his wife Mrs K IS Boone fou sons Messrs WJEJ r E M and J P Boone and a daughter Edith all qt wik n eit dein the city The funerall will tike pacc rom the late residence tomorrcv mornIng The interment wil be in St Louis cernejryrHerIc nmlblllmrJ rt t LI I of So The annual chrvskntheinuni bow of the TJofted State D prf 1ft neat of Agricul ufe opened el Lr erdai The ehibWonwil iieI fini main open fur one ek The feature of the show is the pJit tvariety orpompoms They yre f- rJ r different sizes and 1n wlo firand various shadts qfPIl1kJli 0ttow and red rL cThattbe twelyeincb gun oq4 T nusi at most of the coast lofvlr iations of the United StiV voujl not l lst tiiro fft jtfifc s f geehf Of oh tH e le1fK1J that would elL ilif i1rt rne the Jiidizig yt t oiM L Sleet would come Wlthintltange until tlelustvessel would oass bejoud the raugeof tleS m3 is the st temtint made y rJrrgadier General William JQiqy tjf I er Chief of OrJaancc whoifi i nn al report was made ptitc ithi War DepartraBh AellrJay I at lt k lOR toaiacn twwteia to ciii1 irn FirMcIose 1jfaranteecl by Tb Cr is 1Nr ii 4 TflE NEWSLEADER PU3LIZZD Ynm1SDAY AYIAINADVANO- 3SPRIHGFIELD KY t EIi DAVISON Jr Locallor b tneunot1ceSt 10 cents per ach cwbsoquenttnerrnr Calls on candiaat3 lIand political matte batcishIf 1AjermWtaaries and resolutions of respect atrperHne UXP1JNCmonS tbIJirtsf2rO trtet CMHaes KOO t c + THURSDAY NOV IS 1906 14 Scrusv1Ife We are glad to reports Mrs v spa Hardia better this week Mrs HeHenCiouch ltft Tues day f r Bluemound in where sh9 will visit her children Miss Ollie Parish Ethel Carey and Sallie Hendren were the j gii ss of Miss Litie Bishop Jasc Monday Mrs Mary ickelson visited relatives at Wilisburg last weekMrs Dora Tr2ntiis cn th sick list this week Mr Johnny Hay of yoir 110wn is viitingJM JiCrouch andjilithis veek MfSyrtTUarney of Fairfield v nfsthe guest of Mrs Pearl Hinothers last week P Mn Bill Ca teat left last week for iilinjois where he will make his future home JTher will be a pie supper atr- f WUisbarg next Saturday night r for the benefit of the church Everybody s invited to come j v PANSY Fo Tara PaeDiDODia Oil Record We do not ktOW of a single instance worfr4 a cough or cold resulted in pneumonia or consun ption when Fofeys Honey snd Tar had beeu ta ken It cures coughs and colds per fcLjYi 80 do not take chances with eogie unknown preparation which may contain opiates which cause consji pation a condition tbat retard re t coveryrum a cold Ask for Foleyf- VjjHpney and Tar aud retuse Nany stitute offered At the Red ubl Drug Store It t Canary ijt As our little village has peen minus so long I will give a few items of the past R C Canary and his cbum J e A Jotmson made a flying trip to Lebanon Saturday Bettie Canary is visiting rela tives Mackvilie this week I Oscir Bottom bought of diff erent parties 25 barrels of corn tI 50 per barrel- S Mrs Lena B ttonH and son Ji ire ybitingi her parents in Fen wicl this weeki 4 Mr John Logsdon is no better j at tLji writing J A Johnson and wife spent taturdiy night and Sunday with R C Canary tmBarker is in Mackville on business this week t A Canary has gone to Louis vylle to spend a few days Win Haoley from Aliceten wns the gne t of Oscar BOltom 8id wife Sunday L lanY iM Md emissions toort Tbe Minneselta ralrjr and Food Commissions analyfis sbowa that JCennetT8Laxativo Honey and far aud Bas Laxotlye Honey ani tAr contained opiates and crptoa oil Opiates ara poison and crot n oil is a viulcnt poisonous purgative Refuse f to accept any butFole a Honey and Gar in ay low package Foleytj Bones and Tar contains no opiates or dangerous diugg and isthe best coigh anl cold cure Athe Red Cross Drug Store b Talliam Springs c t The sick in this community f are all improving except Mrs Ada Royalty whowear sorry t toreportnobetterS L Mr Ben Keeling is building hll ne dAeJlmg house near here The sawmill belonging to Couch Cioidon is row on tVfe larm btl ngiug o EJisha White He is hiving Jum1l r sawed ti tiutld a tenant house Mrs Matty Ruby and little tsoi njuurd Burton of Bloom 1 lied spent let wefkwith her pa ents Mr and Mrs William Gordon of this place I Rsv Hollis Summers will treaThat this place next rSuiir day nghtiov 18 eerybody IS iuvit d to attend i Mr Enb h Burkhead and 1 v fomVytfbt BiUsh Groves yisited J eFt ve at Pleasant Hi from 3urd y until SuLda- yf t M Vitnie Kays and family iijjni isavuiday night with Mr Ind1Mrs J S R lyalty If Sallie Whitinghill of 3 rfOjasbaig js visiting relati 5 II thisJ community this wecdi y ji MrElishWhite and ftnim Henry Hcott and Jrmify Murrey 7 GOrttt n and fHmily Frank Hart dm and famiy and Oharloy Ruby and family were the guests of Mr aid Mis U ill Gordon bunday Mrs J c5 Royaltv sod 2 turkeys brdughli 9030 Mrs j M Royalty syld 31 turkeys brought 14835 The turkeys are selling at lOc perpund Jas parr bought ahorslfrom Mrs Willfora 165 J f5 Royalty b tuglit tome corn from Eid Jenkins at 32 par birrel l delivered spentSaturdayPinkstoo Miss Ethel Rogers spent Sat urday and Sunday with her parebts atj Fenwiek MrssilW Satterlv and wife were the guests of Isaiah Coul ter anti wife Sunday Mr Ivaii Phillips and wife are preparingto go to housekeeping tbft latter part of this week- We haVe been having4 some very pretty weather very dry but fine weather to work Some of the farmers are wishing for rain while others are not guite supposeh4ycOI C3I Hyacinth State of Ohio City of Toledo sSS pLucis County J Frank J Cheney makes oath that be is fteniyr partner of the firm of F thelCltvSUIR Of ONE HUNDRED DOIIAKS tor each ana every Case f Catarrh that cahnut be cUred by Jails Cutej Frank Jr Cheney Sworn to before mz and sUbscrih in my prelsencjhjgfit h da gTTrgceni- iv1 AjjW Glcason sea Notary public Halls Calarh Cure is taken inter nelly and acts directly ob tde blood anpmucus2urfacs of the system send for testimonials free- FJ Cheney CoToledb 9 Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for const patipc T i Maofcville H 1P VissEmmaAdamQgOf Har fodsburg returned home Satur ay after a pleasant visit with friends and relatives at Pleasant Grove Mrs FjinnieSweeney of Stan fordvs visiting her mother Mrs Sam Deny who has be n quite ill for several days Mrs Sam Cull of Harrods burg his teen visiting friends here for several days Miss Margarite Isham who is altendiog school atHarroJsburg was at home Saturday and Sup day Mr George Lear and family pf Indisna are visiting his father Mrr Wm Lear near tuwn Mr Wilson and family of1 Nicholasville were visiting his sister Mrs Urialj Shewhuker lastweekl II napoisIndWbrother Mr J P Peters last week J Mi On as Rcbertson of Springfield and Mr and Mrs SteyeThonTpson of Lltsey 3t tenJed the Shewmaker Ray burn wedding last Wed nesdiy Mr Ilfcir Arnold and family of Maud visited relatives here the first of The week G B Burhans Testifies After j four Years G B Borbaus of Carlidle Center N Yj frites About four ears ago I rote you stating that I had been entirely cukdofa severe kidney Irouqle bv taking less than twv bottles of Fyleys Kidney CureJt en tirely stopped the brick dnst sediment hineyjiseasav thjia I never hart r return of any of those symptoms during the four years lat have elapsed nd I a evluentlytcurcd to s av cured and heartily recommend Poleyi5 Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kid ney or pladdei trouble Sold by the ed Crojp Drug Store Breckliiridge = Mr and Mrsib tnmtn Tr James lemon and wafe vjsited coutySatuciC Mrs Torn Hamby visited the widow Hamby fcunday Mr W H Owen of Tathim Springs visited Mr J tHo man Friday night Mf John Waldridg of Nel son county has moved in the houe with Lonzo Inmifn until he can gethis house built Mr W P Merritt is having umber cutsto build a tenant house Mr JD Duncanand1wlr- CbarleyHarjin of this place swopped horses Saturday Mr George Keeling basal most completed his new houseI Mr Mike Fitsgerald of Hills borp visited M r Decatur Dragoo Sunday Mrs Tom Baker and two dau ghters and Mrs Jlfeniy Reed and daughters visited Decatur D agoo Wednesday MrsI Mr L M EToman and wife visited Mr Westley Moore Thursday and Friday Miss Zslpha Chesspt visited Miss Rebie Wells Sunday Mr and MrsA O Anderson attended the opera in vour town Tuesday night As I have nothing more V write I will ring off Breckinridge School Boy NotFceta farmPrs Now is the time to begin to use ourbon Hog Cholera Remedy if ou want to keep your hogs free from disease We will sell you a gallon of this remedy you can use it for tlfrf days and if it does nJepyourh- og in perfect he during this time you need n1Gyfor the meii cine lso4ttjris the fairest propos- ijunouever 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 the remedy C J aydon Springfield Ky vWillisburi Mrs Otte Yeager and Mrs Ida Wells were in Mackvile last Friday afternoon Jphn and Carl Sims of Har Todsburg spent Saturday and Sunday with J A Sims and familv y Mr and Mrs T J Miller w Fridaytahnwith his mother Dr S M Cr mel and wife have rented rooms from Dr W Hyatt and will take posession this weeV We are glad to haye them In our midst Mr and Mrs John Reynolds have been spending the last ffew weeks with L H Hardin and family Mrs Hardin hS been confined to her room with ty phoid fever- Mesdames F H Ash and J K Wells vjsiled lrand Mrs Kent Rogers at Fen wick a Yew days last week Miss Clarke Blanton who has been vsiting rela ives here has returned to her home at Boston Mrs Sue Merritt and Lula M ritt spent several days last week with Mrs A M Shields atChapJin Mr Will Yancey of Moores vi Is spent Sa urday nU ht wIth his daughter Mirs Otta Yea ger We are glad to report Dr J T SutherHid improving afW several days confinement He was walking nearsome brick in his yard and slipped upon a plank and fell He suffered very severely for several days Rev Lower OffR cbmond will deliver a lecture at f the Christian church at this pace rtext 4th Sunday Miss Bessie Pnkiais is abe to be out again after an attack of grIp Messrs Wilhart and Reed of Danville were guests cf WA S Gibbs last week Mr McGinnis of Indiana visited EnglewoodHhe homo of W S Gibbs last It1ridnyr r There will be a suoper given by heJadi sof tOe Christian church at thspace Saturday nght Nov 17 We extent an invitation to the pubic Mr and Mrs George Robertson of Antioch spont Saturday and Sunday with Mr EtB Wells We are srry to n port Mr Wells no bettor Dr W W Hyatt was called to Mackvilie to sej Mr Yancey who is very ill Mr and Mrs W S Gibbs at iJ Skating Rink Now Openfiffi I 5lf q aOperaVfc House fn i lt flTI lv 1t W Tuesday evening November 12 andon Friday November 16th andgfcp continue every Tuesd and fli1IDf Splendid Exercise 1SFcinatingSport fll1 The Rinlfi is equipped with the latest improved ball iJ 5 bearing Ska1es Admission 10 and 15 cents JO tkJ- aits for r kt Skates rS5-o II I John N Kelly manager l J g1fJ tiii BIG FACXORTES A DMMOMD BRAND CUSHION If INSOLE HO 1 FELT CWHION INNER sOLE B5Ty WATER PROOF GQRK fUfff hHluimjnJ tI QUTCff 050C Womens 350 Mens 350 to 500 hem st comfortable shoe for tender feet that it is pQssible to make Our Easy Feet shoe is made in softest i Kid and Calf Leathers in neat styles by our specia1 process witha Mattres Insole of Jdownf J foot and remains springy and I fL PoIANOHJ D4SVIlD13 LC SfWEMAKtRS WE MIME MORE FINE SHOZ THAN ANY oThee HOUSE If TIlE WEST flf tended church Ptt Ivlackville SunS day We mIss the bright cheery IjBttefs from Lilac so much We would like to hear from him through oar column for we are sure wherever he may be he is a subscriber to the oear old News Leader ZENO Good for everything a salvo fs used for and especially recommended for piles That is wbat wd say of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve On the market for yours and standly in thousands of families Get Dc Witts Sold by Smock llaydon Pure Bred Mammoth Bronze Tur key s for Sale f Headeff by a 32 ypund Tom at six months oM a prIze winner and from the bast prize innint yprts of Kentucky Can fur nish gobblers and liens io akin at aeasonabTe prices MrSjR A Mclntire R F iDNo 2 Springfield Ky PUBLIC SALE At my place four mies from Springfield on the Springfield and Willisburg turnpike und about a miland a half baqk from the road I will on Friday Noyeniber 303 1906 offer for sale the following two brood work mares one aged work horse one buggy horse one yearling filly two milk cows one cow and calf three yearling calyes one Jersey beifer22 slleepone or two fat hog about 500 bushels of corn tJo buggies two sets of harness one two horse wagon mower and binder and other farming implements and housholu and Kitchen furniture Also about seven dozen pura bred white leghorn bets and a few cocks and cockrd TEltlsAhl sums under 10 cash over that amount on a credit of six months 2t MRS NANNIE LEACHMANf IGhc children n remedy v thn pleasant taste Dont force nnpleas ant cdfctltdown their throats Kennedy Luxutivc containing Hiiney and Tar is most pleasant to take Cnildren like it aDdasa relief for colds coughs etc there nOthing better No opiates Conforms t National Pure Food and Drug LawSold by Smock Uajdon Immigrants for the South Kentucky has leen too busy listening to Nopoleon Bonaparte Hiys and Samuel Wilbur Huger exchanging epithe s todb as other Southern States have been wise ly doin stretcning out hands for white immigrants of tne the right 0 sort There landed f ir ietancoi at Charleston S C 500 immigrants brought out by the eood tihip Vittekind This event the Atlanta Constitu tion ranks as one of the most im portant in Southern history since dglctborye set in i mo ionr the forces which have developed a commercial l empire from the trackless foretsSIt is not the number of inrni grants that counts There were fewer to found Jamesotq Quebecki dr the Plymmdth col- Ony The fJgLiticancei Of tIll new movement lies in the fa- cbatt hits begun The i h room everywhere m ihe Scuth for just ttfe class of iimmigrants as the Whittkiidianed ti CnarlfcStoa Ti ee were we 4ui derstand carefully scleaitd b a con mssiocer sent diiectr from South Carolina t i Europ Well sas the Mpmphi o mercial Appeal Everl here is felt t le tt41i rationi tfo do tvua f BUTCHER SHOP FOR SALE Having decided to leave Springfield I wish to sell my outcher shop ircludin the tools furniture and business good will This is a good opportunity for anyone with a small capital to embark in a GOODPAYING BUSINESS I wilt sell at a bargain as J have arranged to goelsewhere G F CARPENTER dre to undertake and to accom plish Tli spirit is upon us But with all its incitement to activity there isa hindrance The full tide of our power the complete consummation of pro gressive tlijught Is held in abeyance y the scarcity of labor H The farmer has not field hands enough to work his plantation the manufacturer not help sufficient to man his plant The cry all over tin South iis for more help Go about supply inc this crying want we should calmly and contrucivly taking the right means as Souh Caro lina Virginia and other Southern States are doing to direct the right classl and character ol immigration to the South Herald Need a good cathartic A piil is best Say a pill like DOWittS Little Early Risers About the most re- Liable on the market Sold by Smock Hitydon Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Ky the only company in the State that makes any claim of paying its losses in full jyr Fi11z Strip Brers The raosi ftmous strike break ers in tho land are Dr 1fog5 Nev Lift Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quick ly settle the trouble andJ the purifying work gees right on Best cure for constipation head ache and dizziness 25c at C J Hay dons druggists Farm For Sale a 250 acres well located 60 acres creek bottom 30 acres in timber 125 acres in grass land all lays wel good welling with 7 ro ms good tenant house two barns lO by GO both new three never failing wtls This place is subject to division would make two nice place Conven ient to church school and rail tOad station Pri e 5tlOO terms easy For further par ticulars call on- MCELROY WHAKTO Real Estate Agents Here is our condensed opinion cf the Oripional Lazativ Cousb Syrup Ncari all otqer cough syrups are ilonsMpating especially those con taming opiates Kennedy Laxative containing Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no cplates Joufprms to the National Pure Fcod nd Drug Law Sold by Smock Havdpnt Frees Vinesii Dtrf general tilogue of Frut anl Ornatrental Trees Evci gns Sb iGrape Vnc tRkibarb VAspiragu Smail Fru r etcli3j now reaay on i Ifcilo We employ no Agent r but selll direct to le planter V H F UlLLE MlYR SON- SLfiington Ky SI TAYLORSS REPAIR SHOP Main Street next to Leach mans Furniture Store Prepired to do Harass Re pairing Shoe repairing make picture frames mend guns phlj tpls sharpen saws and knives 1fixpress clothes MyWork is Guaranteed I t TaYIolbJ Ij GOOD ROADS AND AUTOS IJIjf Knetorn In I utnre RconomipK it Say Eilunnl licwltt Inside ot six yeirs uiul ten at the most we will have roads that IId make the commercial automobile one of the biggest factors in the economic question of the day ays Kilward Hew itt in the New York World The saving in freight rnter nllconse iiuent saving to iJje consumer that will come Through good roads for commer cial autbr3 tIc trahsporrnloii are bound t make the ri question one that will havii tto be vox ccl by eg slatures A state commission vUliaa anpro iriation sufficient to Interlace the rmfds of this state and Jersey with freight ant roads would he one of the most commendable of all the coimnissldns that we couhMiave at present Long Island lies only one road that leads to Long Island City that Is worth the name That should not be The freight hauling Of Long laland could even now be done Oj automo bibs with great saving to the cO- nsumer if thee were roads that adr mittedof it France Germany and Switzerland have been using the freight autoinoftile for years and yet we think we are a progressive l1atlonIThe pleasure car must give way as a factor of manufacture to the coin mercial enl and as soon as the men who control the bigoutput of cars realize that then the movement toward the kind of roads we must have must begin to take shape and It is Doming In the very near future Just as SDon as the big controllers in the manufacturing market see that their future and big profit lie In time freight motor car and that they need good roads for tlso same thpy will be able to get the newspapers to start an agitation sufficiently great to see that they get the fclnd of legislation they need forthe same ROAD BREAKING IN WINTER Value of a Sow Holler nndIIow to IMake One In sections where heavy snowfall persists throughout the winter the snow roller is one of the most ceo uoinlcar devices that can be used for road breaking says the American Agriculturist Great success has attended the use of this tool in Maine and Vermont where the problem of UeepUijrfiie roads passable during the coM winter months ispartleulnrly dir flcult of solution A road roller con Ists of two seer tlonsslx to eight feet in diameter each SN3W 1Orbt It sectioii niant tire feet lonr built about a central axle Iliis roller may be made of two Inch hnrd wood of any sort which Is heavy andl durable A roller competed of two Qvefoot sec tions preferable since n roadway tenet wide Is quite sulCcJcut aud by having the roller In sections it Is more mnims CltJ Large heay land rollers may be lued for this purpose but roll crt especially designed for newly rail en SUDW zany be constructed at com paratively smallcost In scct1oiiWbre thee rollers have iteen used four nix or eight horse arc hitched according to tIme depth of the snowfall nudithc weigl4 ot the roller Where deep drifts exist they will sometimes have to be spread with the shovel to allow horses ta wade through UcguUlr rolling Is necessary where snowfall Ix frequent as the roadbed must be kept thoroughly packed This continued rolling ot each successive Kuawfall produces a hard compact roadbed which Is sulfablo for all kinds of winter trutlic In sections where these rollers have been adopted by the road supervisor the region is divided into districts for each of which a toiler Is provided After n hOary suovfall the roller is drawn over the rodd at once by the person In charge who Is held respon slIde for his particular section ot the highway Altogether this is a very economical method of road breaking since the cost Is small In one section of Maine 100 miles of country road were broken aLa cost of 100 A well made roller will notcost Over 75 and during the winter season tennis and drivers are available at moderate cost KILLHECOUCHAND T Dr Kings New Discovery IFOR ONSUMPTiON OlfiHS tnd OLDS PrIce 50c 1100Free Trial BurNt and Quickest Cure for all T3EBOAT and LUNG TEOUB U8 orJCOJTET BAp tV l T n Ooooocf4o oo aQO XXoq r g g ll- 8t i Big Stri t ig J c r ZZtt vt Q Q t 9Q flIf a l ol FUrni1 tfregIg I jFrcm fivhicb to make 8jIi1ef i Rockers Tables Bed Room S its Dj ssers it rT Q 8 Fiiw1gs Q- Rugs r t ol t 99Come all sizes arid qna itiy ifrcapi 1T3 cants up Q and see my fine jardineres and pedefctaflk j 2j2g r8 Anythingi in the iurDit lr lia3youWantIctn turqtTh0 g and saye you money Ii itg IJt it 8 Trade at Home g l 84 AnI Save Meny S t J E i J E L3ACI1h4Pii f 8 THE FURNITURE MAN8t8t O Q X I BUCKEYE LEAF TOBACCO wARElliF1S 717 East Water St Cincinnati Ohio WA1BRADFORDCO I t W AL Bradford Tandy Quifenberr iND PEN DENT j f Does a strictly commission VusJcess Intorcssf patrons c iiJ fully guarded Three months flee storage lYf give to air shI pers 150 per hogshead for all tobacco consigned to us ar equalize freight with Lgtu syille We respedtfolly solqVt von busine Phone Main 2681 v oo V Time Flies Is an old adage Itsabig jump though front the tinicof the first clock to now Bridge the chasm and what have you The first clock crude ithe one of today almost achronomeEer i Accurate Clocks ndi Elegant Jewelry is whatyou flail the year round at my jewelry store My nerd 1ock r tfccts uy Lergrit ite1ctig a jewelry itcik 10f money buy from me t James OOOO J Gra v- esti Vil t c if J J L Allen C M Tumey JJ W lejemu l ioi3 tipS Blue Grass r Manufacturifipit ManUrattur rlor iHal l HifiSS StpaPrT pPkI I J00 J I We are especiallyi preparedi6 tp Jidte i 11 AJtin dY 1 ys j of repairingtoHessSadI etc f rc IW t r uauarTnnrl Made Harness a1cialtyp Wall Street Near tthe Depot SPRINGFIELD KY i ri r t I r ts tr JJ4 i RAVE YOTIAO JODAl 111 f fAlLet me furnish you with 11 AN EASTMAN J JITHE BEST MADE JN tin allsizesl and prices Alsoke P a f I11inefK- odak iW and Camera Supplies JJJ j t t O TJ iw4bhjl m tmEE EEE E I 1 11sviIIeisBoming1iiIIi rtdius of ohly 6 miles Jt leads the WORLD 1 etir a tIIJ in tha manufacturins of Jsans faraiiraeons 44 sewer plpe vrootfenos and la t coduclriff t l 1 f and bandltasr whisky solo lleathetocmenc tqbacco uhandiss and umbers supplies Lc19b DIe ilLoulsiUs th home ot the larfest orp t f G f factoO In the WoridtMIIiWsoPlaaory bOt 1ntheSOuthand ol liesfplofac iV toriaSlnuworwandb asa tlecb Ic Inter L burtanLtne iUlsatyotBEAUTlt TUL HOMES Us oity BWM valuation is Ij1 j y 990Out h5 tM crand st ekU es Yma Ud d nttIttiJZlilfttl1M SLDI CO th tr lo11fOROU OH workanci toll yer ka tl1antof 6d ri LIII1JP2C1LJ 100 TilTLTRAflNIU1JNEULESS LOU ILLE XV J t URJJ Md BURTQlf 4 f SKSIDENT DENTIST 1 i t J TEETH EXTRACTED R PAIN44WITHOUTj f k 6jriricKHagan Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD ri lr Dental Work Strictly r tC Firstclass pIRJt CAWDD Physician and Surgeon Offices over Haydons Drugstore c Sf Jf flLamptnMD Office in Opera House OfiicefPhonfc o NO5- Residence lt t No 38 ti J WFGR1GSBY t f i ATTORNEY AT LAW rI iK feif Qmce over Peoples Bank tJ s SPRINGFIELD KY tfI =E i l LaB ROBARDS M W FYATT r 1 iii ROBARDS HYATT Physicians and Snrgeons P fc McEiirciy SbuItz l ttOffic over iI Iy yDR J H HOPPER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON PHONES Office OVer OUice 97 Hasans Grqcery Residenc r71 lI Dr WT wr Ray V PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONj o Office over 0 W Hagan s gro eery opposite Presbyterian church 41 Phones tOffice 175i z t 1 Residence 17f JWY MAYS lUNEdECILE ANDltCENSED EMBALMER r TELEPHONEI DAYJ19 NIGHT 74 a SPRINGFIELD O j Rairpad Schedule r FoIlowing is tbe time schecluh now in effect on the Bardstowij and pr1ngUold bracch rairroad v No 41 Leaves Louisville at I 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm BardstowOi 552 pm- S arrives at Springfield 645 pm To 42 Leaves Springfield at 530am Bardstown 617 am t iJards own Junction 705 am Arrives atJjouisyille 755am W No4SLeavcs Louisville at 730 am Bardlown Janctitn 930 am Bardstown 1115amoW rJt i arrives at Springfield liJ40pro Ko44 Leaves Springfield a I 120 pm Bard town x230 pm 1 Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at LousviHej545 pm u ONo 90 Sundays on1yLe VSpringfield at715 a m Bards 3 town 8 am Bardstown junction 48jiHam arrives at Louisville Jt5S5 am v D No 91 Sundays onlyleaves Lo naville at 6 pm Bard town V Junction 650 pm Bards own 758 p m arrives at Springfield 1 825t pm iu Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not corinect edf directly or indrrt ctly with any other warehouse or ware house company t Jr We conduct a Strictly Inde pendent Tobacco Warehouse 11Cbjnrniion Bus ness and res Ipecfuli Xqlipityour patronage I 11 AJ3II1DGES Co yProprie- drsr Picket Tobacco Warehouse LGuIsvU1e Ky 406 mo 10 rTFRESH t BREAD iltOLtS AND CAKES Baked Daily t A1wtys good always fresh We 5aJ13ave a Baker who is an ar- titatpakinggUod things DSJx tdaycs of Bread for 25c Hertlieni Confectionery 94cKZ t fi fT1lE iTlXAS WONDER LQiires rfll Kilnfy Bladder and c MRhiEluinatic troutles scld by itlj drughsts or two mpnth3 fekttneet by roa k f r 1 DP W Hall 5926 Olive streeL tLoui SenJ f r Rcn ucVy icVirncltiilI = = =iI rout UonYAMTAR fbi idrss safe sure No opiates It iei i TOWN r tLocal Happenings oT Interest The Freshest and Latest 8 AJIAboutYourselF Friends and Acquaintances uu sunItDia + ryT pressedY1 Gpp B TAYLOR AllttJe daughter arrived at The home of Mr and Mrs Oscar Curry Saturday night Odd pieces of China eanbb i had at LeachrnaVs furniture store at hsLCtUeir value For 6 Oyou can bay a handsome 12 piece toilet setat Le chmaus3 furniture store Dont fail to see the display otl 2 piecet6ilett iat at Lea man s jurniture stor4r Dinner set oC 56 piece decora ted china for 98 at leachraans furniture store j Messrs1Dickacres oflland for R A iMcIntire Price pivate 1 rDr W W Ray Ijas mov d hia office from the Rinebart build- ingi to offices QverBaydons drug store f J R Glayibrooko J rJ sold last week Jo Wattr OBryan for shipment 17 head of catbleThev averaged doOTppunds Mrs William MS offering all priceTrimmed wears in all the popular styles All go at half jprice Tin turkey crop judging from the number driven in to the poultry house this week iis an unusually large one Ten cents thiS1we i 4to y Osboerne 10 acres TSStT srr acre Kdnt Smith and Charlie fontgomry sold to WI1 lam Elead 110 acrep for 3500 Qharles fines sold toiGabe Keightly 104 acres at 83 Jet acre Mr R H McElroy had the ous fonune to fall out Qf the hayloft ast week landing on the ground head foremost He was confined to his b d several days as a re jhj t Winteris here upon us but jjpu will not feel ilie cold if you have one of those pretty fur reck pieces io wear Ladies misses and clildlencan bs fitted ctt m jderae cost from the stock jf frs at Mrs Williams maTRAYED From my plue about toUr jbiJes from Spring field on ast Wddesdaynight a yellow iron muley cow left front titcut with a wire Any information lead in to her re coverywili e r Warded I by Scott Johnson r fd no 4 RcEli y JWharti real es tnto dealefsirep rt the following sales iii reall estate this week Sold for Wjalter JanesOt acres to Mis LUtiie Kelly for 2400 for Steve Wheatley to C1erneetfBros 00 acres foii 1otson Virginia Avdnuefor John Parro t to Dr Smock fbjr 650tft tojJolntoj eEmIal aIdll Tour Springfield plaj prs took place an tlif Walton Hotel poolrooms Thursday evening The game was close ar4tl fxcting11 Itbraugboutf re suiting Undly in viptory for the home team byIhe narrow main of four join s The Lebanbn boys are to give a iv turn m Jch iiii that pL ce orr Frilaynight Mr Jthn Logsdon aged about 5j years and a well known citi zkiLot the county died at his Jibme in the Cary neighbor Hood last Sunday The deceased had been a jinmate of the Insane Asylum for about 15 years and was prought hcme only last eekj Cdnsumption was the cause of his death A wife and icveral l children survive S M Catnpbell reports county court at Bjrditown Monday as being wel attended Fox hunters frcim all overVihe country being there with afull supply of dogs About 15 or 2- 0cattleon tfie market all selli 1ntj head Plug orse sollhar any wbera from 15ti5 TOprICS i uuWlNUUf I special rom Danville says dldlAL Calduell the most widely i bfimorning at his stock farm near this city He was known to every stock man in this county He was one of the directors of the recent State Fair and was judge in many rings He was in his fiftheth year He was the son of former County Judge LW L Oaldwell and was arnem beroff oneof the Statas oldest famaliestDeceased was knoWP in this county being rela ed toMrs A 0 McElroy and Major J L Wharton LogsdonEdelen Miss Lena Logsdon and Mr James Ray EdeJeu will be married at St Domonics church November 28th at four oclock LOSIIdonLogsdon and is an attractive- youg1ady Mr Edelen is a s nof Mr Jji P Edeled near town1 and iisa hustling young farmer Bowling Alley Open Thanew fowling alleyunder the management of L D and located in the BakerI tnerly occupied by the factory rear the depot has open ed under very favorable circum stances and is doing good business The alley is one of the best equipped ones in the state Having new balls new pins and Ja fine smoothalley Everybody is invited to rome and inspect the alley The Ja dies and gentlemans club will play once a week t A Good Man Gone MrTl C VSLPetersori one of the countyJs oiist re spectedv citizens and business men died at his home in Texas this county on last Friday after ran illnesjuof seyeral weeks of a complication of troubles Mr Peterson was born in Copen hagen Dtrimark in 18S5 and came to this country when quite yonng man He first located ja Wisconsin frfom which point he enlisted in the Unioa army as a cavalrvman After serving through the war he lived at Mil waukee for severa1 years from which p ace he moved to this county where he has since resided and where he has provtri himself a valuable citizen In- 1873he married Miss I is Golden and to that union five sons all grown and marriedi survive as follows Jacob Henry William Thomas and John The widow alo survives Mr Peterson had been a merchant at the little town of Texas for the past 35 years and gained a reputfatic for uprightness and fair dealings with eve ybody Mr Peterson hd an honorable record sa soldier although lhewith charac teristic modesty rarely spoke of it Flereeivedaprinatentinj- ury during his service as caval jryman but until four or five years ago could not be induced to apply for a pension on that finallyapplyjand atlis very proud The letter is one of commendation and is signed by Abraham Lincoln The funeral took place at Be hlehcm church and was eon dfcctdd by Rev Purdom r TRIBUTE PROM A FRIEND P C W Peterson whose death occurred at hia home in Texas this county last Friday nigh I dT I 7 iliw itliwilililiWi iWiiWiWiliwlltJi iMWi EjONMllLINERYiH fow Now is your time to get genuine bargains iin E trimmed Hats Also readytowears for 50 and f5 75 Cents Bargains in all hats in the house at 1 Miss Willa Knottj Itt Jt1f m fI f m f il iwas a man who possessed many admirable traits of character He was an honorable intelligent gentleman modest kindhearted and pleasant He put into prac tice all his life the great princi plo of the Golden Rule and of the three graces He pa Fiih and Cnapitv He beleiyed as the Lord beleived that the greatest of themlwasCharity He was never kn wn to refuse to lend a helping band to those who needed help Most of his life was spent in the little village where hedied and among all of his neighbors and among all of the inhabitants of the rugged hills in the rastern part of this county wlo have been trading with him ever since he opened up his little store years ago I have never heard aught again his honor and I believe that the Recording Angel has but a very mall adcount against him but on the credit book of life records I believe that there are many rod deeds to his credit In this age when mankind is trampling under f9t all con scientious scruples in the mad rush for the almiglvy dollar it was a pleasure to come in con tact with a man of Mr Peter sons make up twho absolutely at all times refused to counte nmce anything that savored of dishonor A great poet and philcsopher made himself im mortal by saying that An hon est man is the noblest work of GodJ Such g man was P 0 W Pet rsp H MM nI Mr Joa Price was in Lebanon Saturday Mr William Croaker Js ill with pneumonia Mr C C McGil of Lebanon spent Monday in town Mr George Medley left Mon day for a business trip East Miss Sadie Mayes is visiting friends at BJrd ton this week Miss Rose Mackin of Lebanon is visiting Miss Margaret Hagan Marshal John Grace is at BardstDwn chasing the wily lox Mss May Bodine of Maud spent Saturday with Miss Sadie Mayes Mr Robert RoBards has re turned from Hendersonville NC Miss Bertha Haydon and Mr George Robertson spent Sunday in Lebanon 4MrsJ J McCaba and daughter Jennie are yisiiing friends in Louisville this week Mr J L Allen Mrs Allen and dauhhter Miss Mamie spent Sunday in Louisville Mr Wallace Duncan his returned to Birdstown Junction after a visit to his parens here Mrs William Sweeney of Louisville has returned home after a visit to Mr Henrv Leach man and Mrs Aice Thompson Miss Catherine Spalding of Lebanon spent a few clays the first of the week with Mss Ber tha Hay don Miss Nellie Lee Greene enter tained a few ofher friends Sun day at a birthday dinner Miss Mira Wells has returned to her home in Louisville after fr AGOOD lBUSINESSJ llall i IIiII it i 15I have for sale my business here which I will sell and sell II ig right Anyone thinking of going into business will do t IirK well to call and sae me llVi lILts is nno of the best stands in town nd the man rj I thatgets It will surely do Weu f a C VK HAGAN i Ii SPRINGFIELD KY IiSWorth jjj traveling a long distance jjj to have your teeth extracted I Without Pallor Danger Ii tIiw Ii jIi L G CRUME D D S WIiIfIik3 33 3 tJtJJ 333J 3 3333 a visit Wher brother MrT D- Wells Mrs Mary Durrelt and little son Joe have returned home after a visit to relatives in Bloomfield and Louisville Mjs3 Annie Mayes has return ed home from Lebanon where she visited her sister Mrs J R Mahon Mr Leslie Hayes has return ed to his home in Harrjodsburg after a visit to relatives here Miss Louse Writhen of Lebanon has returned tome after at r it to Miss Louise Medley I DahoDPjofLebI lastIweek Mr William Dinwiddie has returned to hiJ home ip Leitch field after a visit to Mrs J H Lampton Miss Elizabeth Leachman has M1rned from Huber Station v hrfre s1i9 vii it2d Miss Mary Hundley Mr Nina Buster oTSftujgiDt visited Dr and Mrs J EP Bards this week Dr M W Hyatt went to Lou isville with Mr Isaac Curry Tuesday to consuita specialist in regard to Mr Currys health Mr James Moore is ill with typhoid fever at Mr Logan Walkers home Mr Arch Hayes of Louisville visited his mother Mrs M K Hayes here this week Miss Elizibeih Morris who has been a guest of Miss kunie Mc Chord to weeks left Monday to visit relatives in Paris before returning to lher home in San Francisco Cal Dr JH Hopper and Mrs Hopper were called to Perry viller last week by the death of Pey Wm Wallace iBrue HopperJastFr turned Monday Judge I H Thurmbn spent several days at Martinsville Indthe past week and returned with Mrs Toutman Monday evenin Mrs A C McElroy and Miss be tie Irvine spent the llatter part of last week in Louisville Mr Forest CeciJof Mead county is visiting relatives and friends here this week Mrs J B RoBards Mrs IL Shultz Miss Susie Penn and Mr Hv M Moss attended the matinee racps at Lebanon Tues day afternoon Rev George Hamilton and family wilt leave to day for Hillsboro Ohio where Mr Hamilton hasaccepted a callto the Baptist church Mr Will F Simms attended the fox hunters meeting at Birdstown Monday and Tuesday Miss Pearl Elelen visied friends in Louisville Sunday and MoLday Mr J B Robertson returned to Louisville last weelro continue treatment under a speculi l bamgJgrfatlybenefitted Mrs Tbeo Campbell and chit dren are visiting Mr and Mr S B Thompson m Lebanon Mr James H Edelen who has been visiting friends and relatives here the past month leit for his home at Oakland Cal MonaIMr George Lear formerly of I7 ttt t i BIG INDUCEMENTS L = Are being offered at the BIG STO RE We want your trade L 1 and if Large Selection High Class goods and low prIces 4are any attractton we should have your business We In large quantities direct from lie manl7 fbuyfacturerand importer and can save you f tnoney A special effort on Ladies 3 ilI Cloaks Suitsandni Dress Goods IIIi i Is being made by us this season and we can say our t trade was inever better We would likeio have you call and see this line TI stock tOurLadies f Readyto wear gar fments isthe any be X town in the X State We handleonly t Garments that fit and give satis- factionX idress Stylish skirts silk petti N coats mer X ceo rized pet ticoats mus i lins under wear wrap pers kim 9 i i rias dres Sing sac ques out ing gowns srrl r Q I z t 1untvbu who has bee v livingfor some toe veR au irieds- Th is visiting rela the county thiseki Col Jackl Chin Iof Harrotfg burg with six favorite hounds l Bardstowu Fe was a guest of the Springfield Hotel while herel Mr Theo Campbell and Joe Pettus ire hunting in G r rard county and visitjng Mr Pettus fa her at Preachers ville Mesdames J R Mahon Jamps Gilkerson and Harry Brown spout last Friday with Mrs E S Mayes Sr Mr Will C Wbartjn and Mss Kate Wharton attended the fun eial of their relative Mr William Caldwell at Danville Wed nesday Mrs Walter Lea hinan re turned from Louisville Monday after a visit of two weeks with relatives Miss Minnie McClellan spent Tuesday in Lebanon visiting her sister Miss Mary McClellan Mrs T D Latimer Miss Annie and Moffett left this morning for Rives Tenn where they will visit relatives Dr Lattmer will remain here a few days longer to superintend packp fora visit before locating permanently To the Ladies of Waiihingtoh- Coj ntyIeoi Dont sell any more hens or roosters until the turkey season iis over They are very low now and we will be able to pay you at least 2 cents more for them at ter the season is over Bear this in mind and hold them to us M H Joues Pabic Sale Notice Having sold our grocery t store with harness and furniture stock not included and to givej posesslOn on or before the 2st chairs bed room suits bee matresses tots etc at Can pbells grocery c y Q r 4 f1MeffJJ derwrand Onyx HosieryJOIf f iI jibesji soldonly I l by usinthis CIty Sth J t f warmf1eeced and dw ersatspecial I 6w 4 25c 3 1 I each it t ii iIjj i z r I rc ooT I t f jThe RobertsonCl ybroo Co11ll a len andIuttin i mitI rIi W liw dltfllIII111 tl li wv IJII Our Aim ITo Keep t r GOOD Ftr GROCERIES ii itt l108 ple and Fancy urustomers s will 4 fin cjgods Strictly1 IIjghJ ide H a FresS fruits and vegetalles always onliand Prompt tattention to allordcrs McElroy Shader = Ifvt If I t jH Hl I rj Thefirst SPRINGFIELD National KY Ii1IJ JSurplusl J 1 1 OFFICERSB L Litsey President JohnW liewLs TlcePreaideati i F 2 A C MeElroy Cash er I413Cain Assfatdpt OasTiiel r XiE Foster bbokrKeeper UV Jaminlom Asst 3ookKeeper I fJ DIR CTORS1 Litsey J1V tiewis W D Olaybrooke T S Mayes R H Edelen n1o Grundy John O P 1blrr V We grant everyjavorCOIislSteflt with safe banking Yo buslv t ness respectfully solicited dit Ssee at1 SSt9S MARKS GREN The old R IiSb Manlifacurers j and Dealers In all KMds I t LUMBER tATHS SHINGLES SASHIDOORS v a tj 5tt7 t c We handle the celebrated t Mixed Ganheliaklf 11tot 5 E5t Ir e J wearesoleagifor Wt ACME GLMpN- VThe ILASTE Best on EajsbhV PrlcciRiht r- f Office jjill 1s Doctor and Streets Sptti ffTsM r FiiiwTHE DOG TAX c A a tIIMd by I d1- p 11i p t j ngpr We thcjMeppIe w uldJlk to fek Why ttr dogs the regular v ry ifiriMQf poll tax They value sheep at atcM 1250 per iwmtf Atibis cute iit will take forty ibp to Teaci 100 YDe Thi at the regular rate l wjllcoftt abontSD cents Ux tItle norafchin 3j cent per Ilead XB Ittttior poor felloW must tJlenbis head One farm r t J tw pay hat sheep Some1 irfayb killed by dog while1 11f11 lambs aro lulled by foxes rfhe foxes are not so fiiendlf in 1 a fiild where foxhounds a f PtSo you see the steep wiser get as much bore ti1 from from tha dog as well as A the poultry raiser who Icoses g r4f CHoetimes nearly all ihe fowls I has myjrifjghborYI J 1o14 neary all the hens and tur tky we had by foxes I lost about SOhens and three turkeys roy trick ol breeding stock 1 the year Mf neighbors fart IfI A hetteiThe foxes came 0 the house and took the chickens tf in daylight I got a pair tf fox hogads Since then we have IOtIl err few bens Take our sdog waYlnd the same thipjr t will occur agan What does bel Jt NJfer us to protect our fowls They will say Pay the taxi sy tnikeep yoor dogs Then j Wjsay Tax teshep1 each i jpay t sfor our fowls W1 i legislate in fvor of one Jiaagsinstthe other Mfrny of ipur be t cit zlS keep dogs jt Many keep foxhounds and much p V jt their ide tme is spent in hecbase By the way it is Sfine port ff t ose who like itl and iuitoasgcOdas any oth r r sports Those who know the nature of younsr people under tnnd what it is to bcve amuse menfcor iheni at b6neUnder Vlhe oftf law the owner of a dog had to pay for sheep killed 4 bis dog and tbe dog might tyII rl killed by civil officer This Qught to satisfy most people I clmi1 hs saj that the discrinrna f II t on against the dog that m kes d ofdishamerbr which there is no ex case i and i ill had the means or 5Ih support of tbe people whop jp dogs I would light to the Yftkr end I believe this law is1 f ontrary to the Constitution 1 J owing to4t fining upoll taxn tad rrfr a pjopprfcy tax The Istight tId tax is not disputed bu I b e manner iIF They say too thatff we alow Kry dog on our premlssfe whether it be ours I r Ii6t wt mut pay a tax on t Anybody cans e this is all bosh jVjioevtrthat Jn a free country Mutli go out hen I sen a dog on my place ard phase him off Do they want me loshowibght every time a dpg llooits upon the hori in3 n Why certainl I must or ffelghborlwho pays tthe lIamay send his doir over to my henhome amthave him to stick4 every egg andI jbrtak up all of our setting hens turkeys or jaese and I must do Irm nohurt but keep lally of depredations and get pay if I11tbC Think of a sane man site j tang in gunshot of his henhouse watching some taxed dog tear ing up his bend nesi and eating the eggs1he law of course does notprovide for these things but it suggest thidlIor you do htm hurt no matter YImust he Ecierprise doesT T JBin IlI3d ate Gall IIA dangerous sbr icil opera tion invoVving the removal of a malignant ujcer as large as my hand from rty daoghtes hip was prevented by twe appica lion of Bucklens 4ruLctSa1v asaysW Va Persistent use oft tElt redit1CUJrsi25cat CJ daydoiiruggitt Kentucky Game Laws rJ f Now that the season for the hunter is fast ap rcaCb newspaper offices are ingthefI with iinformation aito the ftaJelawsof Kentucky 1 fltjujireJfcscted by the act of 1904 which maUes it unlawfalio kill them between Sepmber 15th and November 15th The Kentucky laws especially ana11rltho t II13i and which undetio circum sances may be caught or kill dI l orlsnlfpexcept beginning taitb Uovem ber 15th for the jrest of the year They art protected between 1 January Istand NoV mJer 15tJlI Tbe woodccck is protected ho tween February 1st and Juue 20f Wild gpese and wild ducks be J ween April latand August 15th 1 t75 THEIR v t j county farms have always sold low mT r with those of UH counties This fact iis realizing and there is d iteady buying d F aMiaBd a advance in yalues Instances are by tJ five years f t r j villa iftilroad uffprd the farmers of the county easy facijites their produce ahd their live stock to the markets a point in the county that is not within Of a railroad station or a good store e The Cause of tSuddenThere is a disease prc niling in this country most dangerous because so decei i tive Many sudden L J deaths are caused by it heart dis i case lpiietiniouiaf ii heart failure or J c iii apoplexy are often the result of kid il ney disease If L kidney trouble is nl1ow toadvance ed blood Will at taclc the viftl cffgans causing catarrh of the bladder or the kidneys themselves break down anti waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles aluiost always result from a derangetnent of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatiijcnt of the kidneys If you are fcel ingjadly yon can make no mistake by aking Dr ICihiicrs SwampRoot the great kidncylivcr ami Madder It corrects inability to hold urine aultI s ucaldingconies that unpleasant necessity pf Ixrfiig compelled to go often through the day nUll to get np mauy limw ilurhi Ihc night The inifilaiitl the extraonlitmrv effect of SwamjvRoot is soon realized ltstands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwTiinpRoot iis pleasant to take awl isi sold by nJ drlWllists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You limy lInen sample bottle of this wonderful nmv dis cbvery andn1l00k that tells all nbout it both sent free by until AddrcssDr Kil incr Co X Y When MTitin ineution reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake1 but reinein1 er the name Swamp Root Dr Kiln rs SwatnprJ oot nail the address Biiighauiton NPfl every bottle Sl Tfce dcve is l between 1st and Augu t 1st JTha thrush meadow lark swallow wood picker oriole red Vrd bite bfid and all oth r song birds nd birds that destroy insects are except where they shalll be the fruit or grain crops Tbe penalties provided ftr Violating the game laws arclfrom 510 50 according to the offense Carrett p Weathers Avon JiyI says my hogs were so badly diseased with chclesa I did not think medical ain could possibly save them I gave them Bourbon Hog Colera Remedy and it cured them without a iflglilos It theonly remedy I i ever used that would cure hog cholera Sold snd guarontead by C J Ky ULJ moKtaI StrlL Because the postiil administrates imposei a duty of 5 pfennigs in of 2 on postal cards Intended far delivery the citizens of Hanover Inaugurated a singular strike n alnst the postal authorities Instead of writing postal cards they all writ letters and not satisfied with Jindlsis their effusions in an envelope they fil It with newspaper so a3 to bring tIweight of the letter to tins maximum of 230 grams As the envelopes they now use are of the maximum size tolIorated It Is easy to obstruct a letter box with only a doson of sucli folls shcs The pa5inl autharitie t lItl od at this obstruction r t e It htlt RCr Ice mJ It tJftt tk felmer tnrlffIJf Itr nnlgR n P8t111 ctrstrill have ro rocstablished z WASHINGTON rSl1rI1 Corrponamei t The horse Is still doIn b slnc3S ab continuo tints earning his oats for some years to come derplte the coiqpctiUon ot the auto In otter bn nesses saidII Asslstnht Chief igner time outlier lay They are auto fire steamers and this rlnvor flre fighting apparatus may he installed fir several cities permanently but do notrecall nny at present The fact that thd horse tlll obtains InNen York 1lillndclphln Boston Chicago and other large cities where they have unlimited money at coirirnand to snake cbcpcrlmcuts which we cannotr undertake In Jthls city by reason otU limited appropriation would tend to siliow that the old flro liotse will remain with us for awhile e of the picturesque and most poptt llar features of UcqulreilIllcnvj IIcrPH As flrtrjioraos riMpnud to alnrms on- t hard frllop tfep aspltiilt pavements are found to he very fiovere upon their front feet and It Is here that our horses tfirst show signs of gluing out for flro purposes We 1uivfte very henvy hoisea as our apparatus Is hOllY and there are svcrtl steqp hlll4J In the city otherwise we would he more than jrJlul- to use lighter twysis It It often tin horses fwi woljht tylilsh largely con tributes ts1 his ultimate coatloiuuntion o wing to time force with which his tore Ipzg strike tile pavements Lire of n FlreIInrice We average about ISO horses the JPllurouuc in the department and till llife of the average tire horse Is from three and ahnlf to fniv years Some horses last only six morth and will do excellent duty f jr years thmenI of our horses weIgh frin lftOO to 11500 pounds and are not Icfs than five years old at the time of pn chase it will be j een that we have a lot dt goad soHd horseflesh Jn our deiiartjnont We ac cept any solid xolor but prefer tho jjray btirriug spotted or circus Jiorees As they arc picked animals In time first instance tlh y take kindly to the preliminary training they receive as a rule and very quickly catch on td what is deininded of them some show liiig suri rlslng Intelllgeiice stud nptltudo in learning the duties whfch they later perform with such precision and regu IlaccH In nearer Home It would be i cold aiid unfceliUK wo man who could look with composure untlugcd by jewioijsy Upon thfc pink rat tan furniture that AUuihtil andMrbinvey recently received froin one of tlie formpr officers on the Olyiiipla who has been cruising nrouudl the Axorcs This furniture is as deljcute In color as a seashell and the effect if pome thintf unknown among American mak ers Of willow ware The adniinil has fittedt up a porch of his Uhodc Island avenue home In Washington with this furniture and has put some den Mrs Dewey who is larly partial to this shade of added pale pink silk rugs the gift of a foruior Turkish minister to Washing ton A few pink silk cushions and pink flowers hiake up time remainder of iOils roy lined pire Every person who sacs it says the pink rcltlou nnd seem t dC thO utars- ueeer1 nUN orl lu1 nurumuSecretrJ Viion or u deparlineut 4ieuuture id1eeti tlm r hat ronow b siels of iurttai wh at illfie thriuhwl hI thim couufry titK Il r Tu a rktilfiin dophrtmont ii tiWucwtl UUHUI wbmt b thc Tufted States Jlvo ywats hgo TTI ilJ known Ias macaroni whjut UtisiKffC of Us val fn the i annfact re of macnnjui l I Ir kDm ILAKE W 4Ra1tSTateI De8Ierv I IL andinsurance Agent attention of farmers tobacco growers raisers and investors I I is king directed to WASHINGTON COUNTY FARMS for several reasons 1 CHEAPNESS Wjsisterfigton comparison rounding the- 3Sublic gradually consequent duringfc11thepast f countyhichiOrShlPiig hardly Many Deatjis 1I tliekidiicypoison reiiiedyI lihiglmmtpn protected February 3iuchmaitin proctected destructive HaydoniSpringtield 1111S hrnhle LETTER department mantifacturlug larityIlulc i11hlsI ieito 1 J H 1 The stock THEIR FERTILITY t There are few sections of the country that produces a great variety of piofitablo crop and more abundantly than does Washington county It has become ont of the foremost producers of Burley tobacco it being iio uncommon thing to baye land that has been bought for 60 per acre ti grow a tQc tbacco which will reaJiz9 for the oiier SlrQ per acre in one seasqm CorP wheat cats and other mall grains grow in CIOVCIIandIInselecting a home one of the first considerations of a man of family is the question of churches schools and congenial associat s for the members of his family Washing 5Zheri high social standurdI tjrYU Have a Farm to Sell IIwmfind You a Buyerr 11- cHi If You Want to BuyII Have Some Good Bargains toShow I I have a list bf Farms which 1 will gladly furnish anyone and will take pleasurin showing property at any utlfle to anyone desiring a location 1 4S1 r i Correspondence Solicited S r B DL7KEThe Real Estate Man SPRINGFIELD KY f+ 4444 f I IEvery1 t Two Minutes r Physicians tell us that all healthyhuman the heart once in every two minutes Ifthis action be comes irregular the whole body suffers JPoor health follows poor blood Scotts Emu sion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood If is partly di gested beforeit enters the stomach a double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatestamount of good witlt the Ieqstpos- sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even fore you expect it beI We vnlfiend you a sample free Be lure that this picture In the form of wraphEmuliionyou buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl StJ NY 5ocentandiOOhdrugIiti o unti pnts Triiuat mm cannot raised in the winter The department hOW proposes the secretary says TJ try hybrldlKliig the wheat with the best winter wkont of this country eeori1hng tp the ilcpurtment of asri culture macaroni business of lute Unltetl Statdjit should Increase ia im pOismlCO firilnnbw on nnd tIle Stupor tation of uiataroul from Italy largely lecrease The dunmi wheat is the class from which the finest Italian macaroni is luitde The MIiilNtcr from Salvador OSc Kosu Incas the new ISenorT the United States tram Sal vador and41ondurns Is well known Iu W118hla toll having lived here for several nionUisrfslOOJ whim he was servsmmg n lie repreit1V4 ot Sllhn time eumnmuisio r tv Hon of time clalnr Of the Sate suor Com iucrci rcoinpiity n California corpora tion asaiust the Salvadorean sovent mcnL lIe also rep escuted his govern laent at the recent conference on th United Suites cruiser Marblehead for the settlement of time war Iu which luatcicnln Honduras rtnd Salvador were Involved Mr Incas was niin ister of ttrI9rlll Salvador before isis appointment to the irisslon in Wnsh ingtou The Japancne Kmba r 1 Time ambassador from Japan Viscount Apki has leased time large white marble residence facing Franklin square built twelve year ago by the late Senator Sherman and afterward occupied by Representative and Mrs SIbley 4apnn has for years owned tu modest residence In N street which answered all official nnd social require ments usn legation when the mikados representative was administer imdii tnlnlng a bachelor cMtoiHaluncitt jiud here the otllcss of Un lew embassy will be continued at mst for pros 1iit Time ambassnr and VisconutcRa Aokl will take pwvwlon of their new home luimwllatpjy As tha nmbossn mr taken tills property imrelyns a re4dnet It 1c wipjn Hint h and his Knrernitu wife xlll cii rtnlu ex it iwtrrtj hi tho ennmr rsHI CitT WnIpJI rr JoiUr ThcrtRru pcoote who make n boast of ttheir timidity ami Mrs Stzipi ton Id ataciiir the number fhI was horn so she announced with pUUntlw jirMc to n coaiparatlrof stathsrr one day I Inherit it from myhmother She was afraid of almost oli nuitnnli Sue never traveled and sho nms in absolute terror of thunder fhowcra and of hgU winds and ot stotmsi trylub1It1lci I mebt wild tlndtll one pensively She dUIiit mind her uflTbriugs sn much If they were only understood 2nd shcftlUhVt couciil them Now I rfci in abject fear of spiders and do you know rt a place I visited sin summer a great spider was crawi 4J up skirt and one ot my friends 10k It T anU flung It sway Avitlmnt wjrlug cue word to me If I hadnt itpifnotl to turn quickly I houUl never Lave knoxvn there hind been ipitler uccr tact u IIbid hbr when 1Irocovorcil f D3i my liTcteries Ihhaa have tIsougIt she would have Inmowta be tar ntl lihe was well aware thatispiierj always make me fahit nut 1 think filell never do such a thinj igaixtIj SouriStomachNo appetite loss of strength nenroa ness headache consUpation1 bad breath general debility sour risings and atarrh IndrgsUonKodolcures dlgC3etioncombined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol DysIpepsia 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 tthe stomach e2rLIyersKoJolmilkrorbab1Korfoi DfeMts Wfc t Y Eat Bottles only trWmofrprW br Eoo OWITT A CO CHICAGO toM bv Ted Cross Prug StOl J J REAL ESTATE FORSALE BY MCELROY T jiXh WHAfTFC l r t t j 11SPRINGFIELDKYI L t 1 t t r No 65acre farm located 5 miles from Springfield right on pike good dwelling and barns 50 acres in Blue Grass well fenced arid watered 1No1 good dWellngnew barn all neces4aEy outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fenced and in good state of cultivation Price J0000 No 67 120 acref jirm 8 mtl Northof Springfield goodl 5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 acres in gras Price 2750 No 68118 acre farm well Ipcated right on pike well fenced and well improved Price 35 per acre No 69 50 acre farm well located Price 1600 No 70 145 acre farm well located l and lies well good house and small barn mostly in grass well fenced Price 0000 Nd 71 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies well and iis as good as the best Price S60 No 72 210 acre farm well located good farm and lies well and mdstly in grass right on thepike nice 7 room dwelling hOuse 2 tenant houses good stock barn and tobacco barn plenty of tobacco land 10 acres jfood timber Price 50 per acre No 73 0185 acre farm well located righton pike and railroad This farm is subject to division 2 good and barn fine body of dwellingsI of tobaeco land Price P5 t No 74 160 acre farm 0 miles north of Springfield good dwelling and barn 55 acres of bottom land well watered B25I near town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to house six goodPriceNo 76 50 acre farm situated 12t mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn and all necessary 80 75acre iann located at Mack l of1eVeof1 llIngbarns IandslofofS81 68 acres located 5 miles from Spr ngfield on the pike good dwelll Iiiing and barn in c 1ultivationt fromSprlGKtbuilding strictly a nice place Price 5000 Seven Ion sold This origin of the Olympic Cimci Each tribe wished for itself the ered U cf having established time festival which drew to Olympia the strength beauty and Intelligence of all Greece Some that Zeus established the fostivaT ij eaiuuicmorate his success la the coatMi with Cronus for the soy crclgnry of heaven n myth which seems to point tj a Pelasgie origin of the gmes The imrimcamms coveted tho honor their AJreus ftnd Strabo for the EtolIniiB Jlore widely credited was the l clef that the games were es tablished by the Cretan Hercules 11 play chaKeitged his brothers to rn- a race and to crown the victor with a branch of wild olive To tho interest of the Dorians wusthe myth of outrunning flanum And re9But sucli niyllu do not nccoasarlly Imply a remote antiquity for tile events to which they gvc a poetic coloring s more to tho point that Homer de scribes soroml of time cputests roprjj in the great national pamei nut that rome of them may even he found hi pgypdan wall paint ings of the second and third millcnnl urns before Chrtett llorrllde Ilt iTcri Io3b oct rld the farmer eons prealug his nostrlli frith forcDnscr and There1 skuufc cabbage growing ibt the cab image i itb rM finally wbeu It was possible to the formic said T SUtiuk eaUjRso aro not tc only foul smelling plants so much liko cnrrSon that bluebottle Hies oftaa lay tlioir ojjn on them mIstaking tho thick for dead birth or fdeconi OJcd kittens The niillcsln of Sumntra smells so tlmt It Is alvipgB enveloped iu a lrjclugl cloud of filei It J3 n giant fowtfl st jarl ii dfainotcr amid Its odnr makes you thlak t glue factorfc gem baro converting plants anti fertilizer woik I v Fhc Cnctus anti the Te dnra footida sro tiaplccl flowers of so n smci that the former kills nll other gsvths wltlilu ten yarts oft anti ly loiter with ono11I111 gives n humrnl n headache cIShoe StIci Pointed tooj arc oil hcujj for bcs hoes rumps did not win favor ns expected The bluoher cut has retain rd the affections of the wearer of low shoes The Cumu heel still holds Its own flax tocfe nun dull Uutlrors or else nil shiny colts skin are for tthe winter Pins shod So gtvat is the craz for plaids that even footwear has sncctimoed toolt and now In addition to plaid stQckTrfga and very pretty ones at that shoes with leather vamp and plaid cloth up ier ate worn Vnl troatM tho wnlstcont 8o be much of u feature of trent stilts th reason na lust TI o tchdoncy this fai v towainl walstojits of velvet io met h fhts1ir Or Qf caoeic1 vflirt jostsPricel000 ofIf t bottom land al good land can cltivated every3ear good improve dwel1inghallsineat house bugJrhouse milk house farm well watered and fenced A firstclass farm onehalf mile from Xlackville Ky right on the pike This farm is welt improved in every way new 8 toom Dwelling house two tenant houses good stock and tobacco barns cribs qtc Thi farm highstate tlyasome one to buv a nice home The price is 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per acre I0380acres land all lies well smallhouse and barn Price 2400- IQDi J4lacre farm new improve meats of every kind farm mostly n I Tike I boxes in pest 12 Moaths elnlwiHl for hero who Apollo timing there strung terrible cing Popular t 85 191 acrefarm locate 5 miles i4jj north of Springfield Dweiing and barn land all lies well well Tfenced t1fifIj land all lies well amid mestly in grass J Pride 33000 i87 210 acre irninear JdaudKy Good f in 1 tQdddEmproytnieLL J fenced on the i pike Prfee right arid tern easy jrlI 88 JJ5 acre farm ipcatci 2J mjles iI the t tttpike Price 2000 fremSpringfie90 125 acre 14 miles South of Lou isville KYI i placewell improved she well one mIte from railroad station v SSffroml f on pike all Iiciwel1 Good small hptise irood barn and place well watered F25 per acre I fromMackville Jstock and tobacco Tarn 1iand cistern good orchard armdahl kinds of maillfrtit JO acres creekbottom Pre 30per acre J 1 Springleldproved dwelling tenant houses 2 pikePJfromSpringfieldstation all good land xtosify in grass 20 acreso creek bottom good house and barn well at house and one atbarn Price 32ud 13 HO acre farm good inwrove mente of every kind botjx stock aud tobacco and barn all ingtasf S acres of bottom land Price 750 104 i50 ere farm well improved 4 1piJtePer acre 840 f j fcrass right on pike perjtf 1acre Town j l f ii A b aptiftml7 Ltin Street in perfcct repair Everything i iJ new and clean Price 3430 t 4weJlhgonf11nice1ywjithi light and water Price S275a t J tIn 11fGrundy avenue water and Iiglts nice lot good stable and rr jiibaildiDgs jlFOroad Price 3750 r Cure 75- t a Gold in teD 1 j J LI Laxative Dromo Quinine StnatnrC Tablets seiitcdjitcrward TtejMtaatosotl bronjliorreey Stup9hlnnsmuell tioahyfiowera jjrrtilflmi improvements andwateredtright ftomSpringfield yfJaltOl1 Kyright dwelbngi tifer Pr6jperrt rvoQfdwc4ingori To rJiL y t t Stjl iiiiwi ltjit J li iij IIW iJf f tgS v 750000 TO SipQO acjj jiJn good Electric or Steam Railway 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