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A7rRA8LED IN JIU T T nlpni Y ts 1 i t sE IObf mrw 47 4 SPRlNGFIElip WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 22 1906 LM Fgeygii IrlI t t Jt b fDR I F TRUSTY t j 4 PRACTICAL DENTISTf Oltlce over HardomJG Berber t ntia11fOkatralOftbleprice l I t d Vll work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY ojf jcf MR DIRECTORY i JJ i fIr4n t x IfaBhiafte Ce Htyr52 sUes south tut Si Jiwdsct 591 s frooitLay1lle Oil Bwdttown braBcla ol toityiIe aweS Nashville ralireid ii CfarttiBff a d arricattural district Two Baaks tete jrapk and telephope I taesUptecJAce Aoirll1s1a1ger 4rarIL PopBatio 1100 population of rntirJL5Q9L ere lttUve iu CongreM Hon D I Smith Yeijccriville Ky l Repeatatiye laKeatacky LeKis ai re Him W D Claybrooke J RepreKiitatire in State Senate Hon 3arrT Lancaster LebnoaKT r County Olractsry + CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth I Hollar Ii February May usd Octc bei 4 4 IvH ThBraaan Jadge IL LDRrfaam Commonwealth At iiriey Robt A Noe Clerk 4 M G LeachmtD Master Coamlu aer v J4i115f QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held oo the third onday In each montk II ILltsey Judge t COUNTY COURT ComMty Court meets on the fourth Monday In etch meuth B L latsey Judge W FBooker County CJKrk T S M aye County Attorney GefTg Catlett JailerJ- StoneyOkoanie Sheriff SaraABderson H a Powell t Herbert EddJeman1 Depattet iw fW lia ter I t Tawea F Moore County Surveyor t T P OBryan Assessory17 T Jtitckelh DeputydRobert Noe Treasurer 4 M ji TgtVor6ir J W Iuk itlpt ofC t OIGGIlIP 0 Springfield i CITY COURT TaaieiKTtN6e Police JudgeA John Grace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attormey JUSTICE cOUT ij4 tfnotice Courts are lield 1iJaary Aaril JnlT and October T Church lrect1i METHODIST CHURCH Rev G Wi Lyon Pastor Ser Yice 6 Il the First and Third Suudav r Meach month atll a land 730 p m Sanday School every Sunday atlOaai I Prayer wteing every Wcdesay ibght j CATHOIilCiCHURCH F jfev P F Hennessav Pastor Ser Ticei very Sun4ay at 8 and 10 o clock aw Services at St Rose same hoars t r CHRISTIAN CHURCH p URCVW T Wl rcn Easter Seivi every Sunday PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH f1rtektg every Suidy at ii1a21 aiat PM Sanday school ey ry S m iay 440a i Prayer 33Eet1Z t STkpre4yysaI at7 t BAPTIST CHURCH Rev l jiiiHarriiOH Wi3Hu rutJ dI Preaching eVery Sunday at ii aui r and 745 pm Sunday School every Waday at 930 a m Prayer meeting erry Toe day evening at 745 oclock FrattrnaL Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge So 50 ieets first and third Movday tleach month- Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Taesday Sri ie1d Council o52 aieetson very toarthMonday- I bi SWXGXT5 of Tua KACAUX5 Meet f T rcrchaio IUu1 YUE- s a f WILL CURE YOU t tf offMiyf CMC of Kidney oir BWUter dlMMc that iI notJrs Mlfftfl the reach of zed a 1 riy it t cinft Take it at once Do It t fsk1vingBrights ana if f orDiabetei Tbertk I it acing gained bjr dctys 1It and 100 BottUs w n1VTForSjle tiRed CrossDr Bto e I i 7 W v jw I- flHAEWS41ADERi MH J o lmW ilinwro IW AI ROUND OF TALK I II M ALf 1ValleyHHJ 1 f t He preached we should be satisfied With little here below That wealth we should not strive t6 gain v Twacall an empty show He said the man of proverty Had best cause tb be glad Twasgl6rious to be poor He Two million dollars hadjf ostrearnestly he lectured on Theplain and simple life The joy there was in doing right And keeping out ofstrife He said the loveof fellowman Was all that was worth while All else was naught But daily he Kept adding to his pile He taught in language eloquent The sin there was in greed The follyof possessing more Than what would meet our need To be content with what you have Twas grand to hear him preach And not to seek for more But he Grabbed eyrything iin reach Henry Waldorf Francis NTO PERTILJZEB It Will X doubtless b3 humiliating to tobacco growers who pride them selves dn the greeat importance of their crop to learn that in some parts of t he state certain enterprising men have inaugurated a plan and have iinvented machibe to convert part of the Bnrjley crop into fertilizer Just to think of it ye toilers who haye labored faithfully with the growing crop and have had dreams of fifteen and twenty cents per pound for it when put iJJHtbe market What a come down Prom growing crop to i ltlrpm 75 to 100 per acre t 7 lbt6f stuff fit only for fer tilizer wor h from 30 to 40 a ton Sb much of the crcp this ear in particular has been- amage4 so as to be totally un fjtf r market and it is proposed to utilize this damaged portion by pulverizingi it and convert ing it into fertilizer Thd move mentto reduce this damaged part of tie tobacco Crop to ler iilizer iIs entered into in the hopes that many others will follbWi this example and rf move from the market this undesirable product and thereby enhance the value of the remaining part of the crop and also piotect the consurnerIrpm the use of in ferior goods J r1 i YTf HE REASON One is brought fJ Z to realize fully to what a great extend the business inter tllof Springfield depend on the tobacco crop of the county when something happens to delay OF interfere with the market iing of the crop During the past few weeks there has been a general cpmplaint amongjftbe localmerchantsl of slowness of collections indicating a scarcity of money in the country This is accounted for by the fact that there has been no tobacco jnar keted from the county this year af yet and consequently the usual supply ot funds in the farmers hands from that source l is lacking JDp until the pre cut time the weather has not been favorable for the handling of tobacco but the recent rains and damp weather ias caused tobacco to come in case and all hands are hard at work pre parine the crop for the market Tbera has not been enough 10 bacco changed bands as vt to establish a price but the indica tions are that the farmers will fare well as regards prices this season Good tobacco will biding a good pricef said a buyer the other day Bno the trouble is there is not much of the good and the mean kind is very mean STlte bis treatm Bt for indigestio 4 trophies of th stomach is to rest the ftao It can be rested by- taryation u by the use of a good digWtaot whIch will digest the toed atcn thw taking the work off the ato1l1ackAt the proper temperature single teaspoon full of Koddl will wholly iigeit 3000 grains of fooa It relieves the prevent annoyance put the atoaack in ape to satisfactory perform its fnsctions Good for ini fIatancesJpaJpitotloa i i conformjJhandI DnI Law Sold by Smock Hay don hatyourlcorrespon4 itrme arrived for the makeup of lour letter wefailnd to communi cate last week however we observe that ouvacancy was well filled andpfcbyrse our absense not marked yet we shall en- deavOr to flU our spaqe hence forth The fine weather durirg the past eek enabled the farmers to doa greab deal of necessary work that will tend tc adJ greatly to the farm prog res in the Spring v We are informed tnat Mr Marion Strange of vlooresvillp will fill the vacancy of Mr Piles as iur smith Wt regret to loose Mr Piles yet welcome Mr Strange who is an unex- celled workman Mrs J L vsijedherIsister Mrs T D D Baker of ne ar VVillfsburg Thurad Yi night and Friday R bert ana Herbert Morar accompaied by their little sis ter Margaret attanded a birthday party given by theircousin Dee Edgerton at his home near Hi Isboro lust Thursday night Mr Billie Hardiolot Polin was in our midst Friday A weeding tvphoori seems to have ma e a strike in this county recently Who will be next Mrs T B Baker arid charm iing daughter of Willisburg were in our midst last we tc Mr Jas Guess of Chcago visited relatives in this section last week Miss Bessie Roberts o f Springfield is the charming guest of Miss Pearl Goatley Mr Wclford Diy3 and famHv- of Lebanon visited relatives I ere Saturday and Sunday Mrs Thos Reed accompanitdi by Miss G rage Shehan visited relatives near Maud Saturday and Sunday Mr Harry Derringer and wife have removed from this place to the home of the latters par ents at Midway where they will reside the ensuing year A coal famine is just about as bad as having no woed Mr J T Haydon iis visUing his daughter Mrs T a Tatum this week Mr Ham Piles is repairing the shop Mooresville to vhich place he Will soon remove Mr Piles is afgopd smith and the citizens should brwell pleased at securing his service 4i Mr H T Virgin tl o IdLl butcher from Maud wits in our midst Saturday He iis in a friendly row when a frientl play fully yet harshly punched nm one in the side fracturing a slat I Our village was blessed with the presence of another lOc show recently in which the spectators were carried throngh the vivid scenes of the late wars and landed safely at home lOc the looser Theres iis a tIne in each year That we all love so dear Although ve know not why However jf it be at all must be in the fall IItWhen we can have pumkinpiel My Hail ist- kvtraLpnq Feed your hair nourish it j give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is The only genuine hairfood you can buy It gives new life to the hairbulbs You save what hair you have and jjet more too And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy Tho best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years 1ur1JJJcJ1Md Co Lowell r4U JUse in auaoturera ijes Daniel Been Dead iIr Daniel Boon died at his home id Bardstown last Friday of typhoid lever ageJ about forty years He is survived by hi wife aud six ohiltfren three boysand three girls Deceased was a native of Washington county but remoted here some time ago arid was empojed s warehouseman at the Mattingly Moore distillery near town ho was bon stand industrious avd had many friends The funerjttJUtQOKr place at Stbeph s church last Sunday Interrnci- in tJh Oa tholfccemeter f Ptan dard F A EstessiWyandotte Ky sajs Bourbon Hog dholera Remedy cured ome hogs for me that I did not think could possibly be saVed It1s tb Lfwillthese hogs were so sick I had to drench them with the remedy but I did not loose a lhog Sold ad guaranteed by C J Haydon Springfield Ky REPORT OF THE CONDITION tT1 THE FIRST NCTONE BANK AtSpringQeld the Stale of Ken tucky at jLbo close of biisindss Noember le 1905 I No 17G7 Loans and Discounts 18232134 9 7 Overdrafts secured and tin secured 98441 15 US Bonds to secure cir foulatiph 5900000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 500000 Due from State bank antI bankers 478304t Due from apprdved roaerv 1241JnSNotesbanlla 52500 Fractional paper currency nicklesand cents ttlOOi LAWFUL MoNEY KBSItRVB IN BANK VIZ tSpecie 8941205 7435001fSSnOiITrensiirer 5 per cent of circnlationM o snnwl 1 Total fitinjoH L Jit eiz=xm Capital stook paid in f 000000 Surplus fund 2500000 Undivided profits loss ox pensesaua tuxes paid 7503 0 National Bank nots out standing 5000000 Due to other National banks 6400 51 Due to State Banks and Bankers 180544 Individual deposits subject to check 14201022 Time cortificatea ot deposit 4401345 Bills payable including cer tificatcs of deposit for money borrowed 5000 00 70180Liabiiitiesabov stated1 j OStHr I Total SJ3J1487fr or1V IfnSToN1A C MeElrey Cashier1 of Ue ably named bank do solemnly swe r that Ute abovo staWtneHt in true to thu best of my- kiuw ledge and bollef A C McElror CHsblor Subscribed and sworn to before hie tbi Iflth lay of November 1906 J A BOUIWAKH Notary Public CoKKsCTAt4Lt JOHN W LKW13 H ICRUWUY Directors B L LITSBY To Settle Old Claim Judge GeOrg d DuRelle of Louisville was here the first O f this week taking depos ions in thecasRof the First Preubvter ian church against the United States Government Judge Dii t rene reprsentod te govern inent while the churcVs inter ests were looked after by At torney HenryS McElrciy The claiw is for 6lOO damn ges done to the bulding during civil war bv the Union army and is one of long st indng Aftfr he had finished taking the testitn ny Judge DuUele stated that it was his opinion that at least a part of the caim if not till of it woud surey be allowed The matter will a once be submitted tothe United States Pourt of Claims sdhe and it is more than prob able that there will be an early dispsition of it Froin the testimony adducad au1 wlat could bev gathered from the Governments representative it would seem that the churcl will soon realize en the cll im which has been pending for rnihyyarsEnterC- arrett D Wcatfecw Avon ly says my hoRS were to badly diseased with cbclesaI did not thnc medica- aincould pqssiblysaye them I gave them Bourbon Hog Colera Remedy and it cured them without a single loss It is theJuly remedy I have ever used that would cure hog cholera S ld snd guaronteed by r i J Haydon Springfield Ky aI BURLEY SITUATION t Figures Sbowing the Am mount oiF Damage to the Crop This Year The Burley tobacco crop situation is peculiarly interest ing just at present The follow iog facts may be noted The 1005 crop was the llargest crop orB elis1essel year crbp planted in 1906 was 85 per cent of that of 1905 This percentage of acreage was reported by- boththe National and State De partment of Agriculture The subjectItfto unusual damage bv reasons of successive rains and high water covering the bottom lands Thn first cutting wa greatly damaged by houseburn Almost the entire crop lost as many as four leaves on the bo torn due to excessive rans During the later part oflhe eutting season a large portion of the crop was damaged ano much of it destroyed by excess ire rain and freezing The damage from the various causes have been carefully es to ted by tbe American Society ot Equity which especially prepared through its members to do much wor k and the loss was put at 25 per cent which from 85 pr cent crop leaves the 1905 crop 64 If In per crop4ented into feftilizsr it will leave the present crop only 54 per cent of the former HaiBc H DPi for Life Great lnppness came into the home ofS C Blair school super intendent at Si Albany W Va when his little daughter was re sored from the dreadful com p1aint he names Hesays My little daughter had St Vitus Dance whcb yielded t no trtat ment but grew steadily worse until asa last resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three totiles effected a comp ete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general debility female weaknesses 5m poyerished blood and maluria Guaranteed byC J Haydons drugstore Price 50c J Lebanon locals From the Enterprise William Webster sold tto Susan Gardner a part cia house and lot in Raywick the considera ton being 350- A house and lot on Chandler street Lebanon was sold by Hez Abell toR H Lamb J H Handcock and George Alyey forlOOI Chas T Thompson of Bards town sold J S Browning 174 acres of land jn the SOt Marys district The price paid was 1800 Arrangements are being made ts hold the local option election in the Chicago prcincton SatI urday December 15 The petit ion signed by 104 voters of t e I J i IFYOU 4TOUCn4 yourtongue t- oALUMiri3 Ipojcin the itsyou will aefc the Sect uckertoJ BaklngffolNumiigi llDd 1 uin your fstQrnacfo AVOID ALvaJ i Say plainly 1 1 1 J Ib- YFfrThi2ironi purer fined Grape Cream ulAlum b tYpuhaY Jhe rofitofq al1l t oTartarCotsoepzojit district was filed with the couniy court some time ago requesting the election be held and recent ly an order was entered direct ing that the election b3 heW Notice of the election will short ly be published as required by- Law George R Burke purchased of Lee A Scearce trustee a house and lot on Jackson ave nue for 425 About five hundred head of cattle owned by Fox Saunders Co have been placed iny the pens at the Mueller Wathen Koberfc dittillery which began to mash Monday and will continue for the next six months The cattle were purchased in this and adjoining countie at prices varying from 3 to 3i centsThe case of W E Ray against Anthony Walston tried in the police court some time ago and which was decided inIavQof plaintiff wason appeal tried before Judge Burton last week resulting in a verdict for defend ant Mr Ray accused Mr Walston of taking and distrpy ng tobacco plants unlawfully and asked damages in the sum of lQOAt the first trial lie was awarded S35 The decision lastweek reversed the decision MT Finley Shuck has sold his properLy on South Marker street toMr Robert Lyle who gets posession of it the first of next month or not later than Dec 15th The consideration wase500 Tne deal included In addition to the residence ten acres of land adjoining Mr rtyIOflon remove to it f While coming to town Sunday You cannot catch old bIrds with chaff II cannot stare awearer of Crot ls shoes vdm fairy tales Its the downright fease the free fun of wa1kin that makes once a Crowett always a Crossstt with men Very CROSSETT SHOE f4 OO 1MAKES LIFES WALK ELYrj LTJ4UARi Ie ayz4yIll LEWIS ACROSSETTIHC NORTH ABR GTON MAW FOR SALE BY C W T LEACH mlt t1Httuut SUBSCRIlioN Ii 11 H I justec- overinganinjuryreceiei Jr 0 Ib IIYon whereI is350 dAN Chesley and George LaWson age 17j twit f0fl4 sf Mr PsW L iwson of Penickj met with a piinful accident Aboot two and- o e half miles from Lebanonon the Danville pike the horse took fright at a pile of Jlogs WhICh bad heed stacked by the road side wheelet suddenly around and turned their buggy over The boys were thrown vioently receiving severe bruises about the shotder and Head The horses turned put the Lizzard Point county road and ran to Pope creek + 9 dis tance of more thanCwo milei be fork it way topped The buggy which was a new one was torn to peces and the horse received many cnta and other wounds about the legs The horse was a very valuable one and Mir Lawsons loss is considerable not to say anything bout the great risk bis sons inderwenlf George Millswas tried before Judge John A Burton Tuesday qa a charge of breach or the peace and was fined 25 and sent tenced to ten days in jail Mills who is colored white under the influence of liquor sliqfc into the house ot his brother several nights ego but the bullttt did not strike anyone George Gaines a negro who is known as George Jack was arrested Monday for being dis orderly on Water street aser- the depot and when arraigafft in the city court plead guilty and was sentenced to sixteen diys on the rock pile For years I starved theI bought a 50 cent bottle of Kodol Pyapcyeia Cure and what the bottle beaifitted me all the gold in Georel could not bny I kept 6n taking it aad iia two months I wentbaok to my work as machinist In three isoaths 1 was as as welt and hearty as I ever was I still uea Uttl occasionally I find It a fine blood purifier ad a rood tonic May youllve long and pros perrC N Cornell Reding1 Gi Aug 27 1906 Kodcl if sold kere by mock Haydon The Farnwrs Wife Two opposing tiewi Cf th tatu of a farmers wife come out of the middle west A vague statement in some wottr ins columnV by a eatim nUl writer that is a fond dreaM of mine vto become a farawirs vife and meaodef dowi 1 fc1 patbwaf drew this COrDlHtl- tfrom acountry ditpruQh IIi that is a nice thtT but when your husbind maaira otf adl letei you witho r woou ud you have to mender up aidi do n the lane pulling IP iatees off the fence to cook the dinner and you mjanderarcHita i the vet loyer in s arqk of ihe sows until yiur shoes aw lit color of the setting sin sad etcti stockinf adtorbt a pint e iralsr aM wWi jot eaaJer oat icrtitt twenty acreS of plowed ground to drivetki oows out o the buckwheat and tear ovr irE oiatpfee an i 7 I vt en you meander back to tehouse atd find that the goat had butledybur chid fcntil it rrtsemoles a pumpkin and find the old hen and sixteen chfckensia the parlor the cat in t e cuS board and the wi g in thejwili you will realize dear girl hjii ths meander business iiis not what it is cracked tlP to b3J The other viewThe opiinaistc onecan be set forth as foftowir ACheering person eta pctir firm lIfei to idblicibat Ltifjbr firmer on rising in tbemormg does not disturb his wife aiwL says gucdr rning inp thus boudoir phpnoqraph Ha 1Il1 add a hint as to what lift wo1ll1i1 like to have for baeakfast he returns from the autoflaobila ride about the farm AfeifhJl oclock the maid calls the iiij mers wife aud at half parfcninp she has a telephone call fro i her husban over on the acrtti west quartet jHjing hut + 1i will join her in five miaitea Jilt breakfast the moraing5 pajMr are read haYiJC OOBM by irlldelivery a Sew skiiales bel and the wiMalUloD t1sfgraa for tfce day It fN French miii J physical eiilyi or clubs A packi r tjllatest nqvelII rlde across t country oa a bkodt4 JMtif skating in winter fof iCMMi0j i a lecture oa art ini the YilUitH haUn Itthete thiasi are set fortb M poembiliites Jot tp polutocratic farmers wife iia this state Andia the erenii tile pan4a puts Bethovse ttha 1ladys finger tips TV Iat are putto bed Jtgd dismissed sad a Islsbouup confereoce with MM mei MM over the days gossip INsvj The farmer read hs fvosii poet and the night glideJ tf Mid Cointy Ma t igegt 1 m IaiaFu- Yt I tcanno nccoiiak T ry ea Ifysr Iver J lnactLv as ya t dull year eysMre JIKy aid agl ftexcrtJca ezkiwt you Oduo brathe Frait SyrsF Mt Miktea tlfe liver and bowel and BMHM you fIbright and active Orio Laxatifc fmk Syrup de IMH iiasseM gripeadIvcy pt MMt to tah Or11orteXc4IVethL pii trdIty cxtfcattlci KWtMt tutM ftod by the JUd CMM Ariw steGe t2 d 4 fl Far Firh t 250 acres en lsbsd f 4- scruesek IN k tijBbtr 12acrss mgn toft all lays writ ooA4v tihHr wt4 7rooi good t hi t mrn4Obi h new Me- neverfilli iiS tht- is bjlc4IYMoD Y1fIiIItj make two MM pltati o s eM to chsesb uo and osd aon Pr4es- bsn tr PEW forlUr Ucietricealous icaoy IReel fl- O1IlIOJIrAllIt nil KN0SLEAOER ptIIyT TIt7AT ft AYCAft INDyAN9E1 It IPRINGFIELDXYth t piLllt bpuri UeN i CR ino tllIuruo poa1Iv jmt aoat Ii btcasl to W dhUJctf M ir 1ilJWl f ilWelu frwipect e eMu- S Gw4e4osl f 1T THUWOXT NOV 22 I906f OJPU Democratic nominatiqn iirsRaUroad CommTssioners till IP pof Made tt cpnvenlions to lit datjexiIgWninMttyandtidscah 7 imj Drerj ofli uisvlleii iiactiveJ T JiftGhord and wiil probably havt l support of the LoulsyiJle 1f Ihue itdsbeleiedatPranlr is Ie that Gpvr Beckham ral- tWow FN bisiu1iuencfor McG Uld w vj t 1 2It Js reported at Frankorl t thGov Beckham has decilcd n l an extra ses ion oftl e 1I1II for not later thrn Jtnuary 15 Itjissaid that tl et iStGvernor will trytoob1ifert pay lines andl ask toe Re publican members tn as ist fcim xo impassfng tempeiance legiE 1a1tp f State fOiCtty ll dc1 55 7 SLues County J a Frank J Cheney makes oath th4 JheIs ifeiiiyr partner OfthJIrthotYf jvCheaey Co d Ingbusives in thc city of Toledo couuty andstate aforeLyl kUtS laidLld that said firm will Of ONE HUNDRED DOJIAKS to each ana evtyry case of Catarrh that t cansot be cored by Halls Cut etFrank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscriber IB my presenc fills 6th day of December A D 1836 A W Gleason sal sotarypublii HaWs CiUarh Cure fa taKen inter hrielly and acts directly on tne blood a ip mttct us surfaces of the sjsten 4 send for testimonials free t F J Cheney Cor4roledo O Sold by alt druffgists 7 c Take Halls Family PiHs for conati patios Canary at JA Canary has retiirned ffoni Louisville afier aCewdays staj in that cty Miss Eva and Willa Canary of Lebanon were the pl asat guests of R G Canary and Mist MtLt1O Tyler at th s pLea Sun ov day Len B rker and wife spentt Saturday nignt and Sunday with 0JtD Barker at Penwic- kWeaiegladto Isy the small pox reopred at ibis place was u lakeland turned out to be li btfnrm of efiicken px G W Ptnwick and Ray Logs 6on Soiu w V yotf ccouc a uice burch of fC1J hog- sMissattieTsbln is on the Vck list this week iOC tfiptllnioniaullRc ord Weo not ICCQW ofa single Jinstance It wcer a cOugh or cold resulted in pneuMonia or ponsutrpHon when Pokys Honey pnt Tar had been ta ken ItcureBjConghs and colds perfectly so do not take chances with Ptrae unknown pre1lt ration which mat coHtatn opiates i which cause consti ptiou a condition that retards re 4coveryrum a coldfkfor Voley t Honey and Tar and refuse any tub stitute offered At tthe Red Croef DtugStore iLrLetteristifi Li t of letters remaining on RUcdfor io the Springfield Ky I O we2k endiog Nvmb r 2l 19Xi SG Bowling Mrs Harpfr Ac ix Grundy M ss Flora Hughes ifuJ Kindt James Mac George McBr y Mi s Eitber ODunieli Mrs Tuer Utidy Rv G lX Hot itIstn JohnDToinirs4LuiSwitbMi Siv nsor Persons caning lortheselettei irilJ please say ndv rljjtd and giyed te of list tfedfef I W AWaterf i1L Glye children a remedy with j p iMtt fcte Dont force nnp eas i kiHe Gown their throats XlmIs t Luiktive containing JjfNj Mii Tac jii m m pleasant to iakf G iJ4iiVKkeitraid as are IW JkT xcTli ECiijbF etc there 1i titter bHifceirCrKp oj4itef Con Iw W XatandWt9llA8 6J fejrfcMclr A Haydori I MOORS71LLE 5 Snp oira t tleiehhl s been bbrnvto tie wife ofE11jilWarris en pound toy Htrl1hut man1iarl1i wlf1beBJ nnme Well we bad a great deal of e beautiful snow last week which stopped iwork on the ce- wkat the ford above Maud and alsq stopped the rock crusher J tr W H Boblett and Sam GriRsby have purchased a far ni HdmcuntanViU take esiu i saffi JIfl19O7 Mrs EL bV Bobeit iis at ber parents for acouple pE weeks to eeuperate ocr healt1a she has just r covered from a spell of typhoid fever tine is doing nicely Mr T H Hirdiu wa over V to seajhisfrieodl Tie postoffice at Mooresville jliikq discsntinuedD ctti1b r 5hffil5th MrW 0 EUis will- et mail boxes for ihqse who- red them and apply for thenaUn jiiinej Born on Nov 15th tothe wife Robert JHardin an eight ooundjji1 Hf Will Derringer gave a n9gi Jan ern utertainmen1 i6a old sized audience at tHe Moor esville opera house last Friday ght t Mr IkeKimberlin and mbth f near Bardstown are visitinj rs H R E Sdlemanl of this jitrcer There was preahing o the ew Hope chnrch last Sund yR v Janelor tbe Seminary Mr3eh Brown formerly of hIS p ace but ha hen livinj Cuicago Il for everatya rs lied in that cj sy Monday of llast vpek und was burrifid in tliV New Hope cemetery last S itur lay Rqv Williams conduckd- ithe setvices t ll fMa4jfd V sNIpv iberl th ai id aybyp h W H j ancey vlr E dBunclilor Springfield Mi s Maggie Hooper of this ace s tFbIllullSStr1KOBrkC1S The most f mous strike break rs in the lan4are Dr Kings Jetf Life Pills Wbent liver and towels goon strike lttey quick settle the trouble and the on1BestheadIt and dizziness 2pCj at Saydons druggists Pare Bred Mammoth Bronze Tur keys fur Sale Beaded bYa 32 yound Tom at six months oil a prize winner and from the best prize winning yards of Kentucky Can lur nish gobblers and liens to akin aeasonable prices I Mrs R A Mclnt- ireRFDNo2 Springfield Ky Notice Farms Now i i the time to begin to use urbon Hog Cholera Remedy if i want to keep your hogs free from disease We will sell you a gallon oft this remedy you can use it for tl irt days and if it does not keep your hogs in perfect heath during this time you need not pay for the medi cine Isnt this the fairest proposi tion you ever heard of Costs only S cts per month for each gand the extra gain in flesh caused from its use more than pays for the cost of the remedy C JHaydon Springfield Ky r MCLOSED HARBORS itTHE BOTTLE SHAPED T PIS QQM MON TrlElVYOPLDfOVER IIertt It Often Happen flint Nature self ProvIdes the Cork Alno In the Shape of Iclaml Thnt Almost mock Up the Entrances If we tike a trip around the world over the maps of a good atlas we fond that the geographical bottle Is a very common type of harbor the world over The coasts or Cuba shoY succession of such Inclosed bays Havana harbor being typical It often happens that nature herself provides the corks also In the shape of islands that almost block up the entrance or at Least block the vksfrom the outside tSuch a cork Is Cbrregfdor island In Manila pay or tho rock Alcatraz fortress Just Inside the Golden Gate at San Frau cisco and Smith key occupies a similar ppsltion at Santiago The Annapolis basin in Nova Scotia is very typical among these geo ranh icat bottles fairly good map u that narrow1S3Ppeninsula This gap known as Dlgby strait breaks through a long ridge that the people call North mountain Through tlu break rush tho falnous tide of Fuudy and till up iui Inland basin of sJalt Ayatur twenty miles long and sevcraf In width The entrance from the outride is mysteriously invisible to the lands mans eye To a passenger crossing tile bay of Fundy from St John it Ktn as If the captain were steering his iigrs side wheeler headon Jiito a blue ludun thin wall but at fast the forested mountain opens and through the tfrifali the interior hills of Nova Scotia clb the distance OUQ can Imagine the fror mendouH tlila race through the rUSh strait when 9 know that the ordinary tidal rise intlils region Is anywherc from oitsCvdtty feet It Irsfo great in fffcttlmtthe wharves at DIgifr are two storied affairs iirt people ga aboard steamers from tire upper 6r lower story according to th height of the tide New York harbor Is In most respects a geographical bottle only it baatwo mouths Instead qf one Added to the prmclpaliopeniug the Narrows a 90rt of side entrance Is provided by the East rivor ieadlnuut into thp gound The clnist of Australia presents several pxamjples oftha geographical bot tie the fluesTlfeirfg the Harbor of Mel bourne An I 6rtihary map shows this city situated apparently upon u lirs rate harbor of the lbottle type As u matter of fact the bottle Is ri fly there fully thirtyfive miles aerofj in either direction Into this bay call ed Port Philip tiiere flows the Yairs llelbour111Vllb Below the city tire river has two sand bars which prevent the passage large vessels The heavy ocean tram therefore hrts its terminus in tho buy whence the Journey is continued tc ltbnby rail The explanation for thir awkward situation seems to be that in the early days of Melbourne the out i2ca of the settlers was to build uf the river never dreaming that we dal It would become a great metropolis imprisoned behind the sands of the useless Yarraj Ilio Janeiro Iisa aflleudldly inclosed harbor the best In all South America better far than the shallow Lake Maracaibo which looks so ideal upon tire map Hrrc again at Rio we Iiave a great salt rater inlet somi seventeen milou across cojnmlmlcating willi iLe ocean by a narrow strait In nearly cvtjryjlcase thesis natural bottles arG what fie geographer tolls drowned rivors4lhat Is to say the coastal lamb in tirevicinity have sob Bided allowing the sea to How In anf convert what was a llowland valley into a partly inclosed marine area Divers have gone ta tha bottom of New York bay and have found there the an dent lied of tIre Hudson river as tho stream flowed before ttheUioutliwanl part of the valley slUed into the sea iiie old bed readies through tire Nar rows and well out Into the floor ot the Atlantic Of course as tEiejea water entered the sinking valley any hills rising thereabout would become islands rrhi the new order of things And there fwe find them To this day In almost any these Inclosed JutetsI St Nicholas If 1 WINTER CLOTHES lIWe h ivu been ourJtockof MensS r doling until now we have Styles and PrIces to suit everbody ioic Over= I Coats iiiid Suits wi h stsleand fit i 4 We especially invite the Indies to inspeci our stojk of Cloak and Raincoatsi t We take a special pride in oUr Shoe D partmont and will guarantee good values for the mon y both in Men and Ladies Shoes Gruftdy ctMclntire re7 vv t7kL FCTORIESJJT co The Styles of Diamond Brand Shoes are Exclusive An officer of our company designs our styles and patternsand does nothingelse This unusual attention to detail results not only in originalityand correctness of style but in r truer patterns and better fit This is one reason why Diamond Brand Shoes snug up under the arch and hold their shape so nicely 4 eVweJlloDSJ4A I IWEM4K1 MORE PNE SHOES TI4RANYOTMER OUSEIPi- iAr1I ILASIcYOUR DEALER FOR DIAMOND BRAND SHOES 1 SEEDS O9D ROADS WHyTRAINED MEN ARE REQUIRED IN HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION trKe Saitiii of 3InittryWri sted by In conii otciit Ovi r ccm Kieaturea of lou School Vlicro Men Are TraIn- ed For Ilonil jfoiivrvtunrrft IIs spniffrtlmt astonishing to learn Unit a sum hfc regntinsN nearly 3000 Wools spent annually Jy the rural ilLs tricts of the state of Wisconsin fords and bridges says Hoards Dairy man It 1s hard to believe lhatiri tire last ton years about 25000000 have been spent for these purposes outside- f the cities andl vIllaKPs especially 40 when the eojrtlitkn of the roads and bridges is taken into account They rave now practically Ute wnine appear inee that they used to have before koso 2ooOOOOO were spent The nouoy Ins literally IHPH droppod Into ie holes in our rods lut more astonlsblifK than the greit less of tli sc amounts Is tfie net that ility have been spent on engineering projects In almost every Instance with out the mlvice of a trained man t We would nnturuily think a ma nwhn start ed to build a 25000000 railroad was lUsoiutely cinsy if lioiliil not hire the jfoat pupinutrinf talent he could set In feet tIre courts would promptly be iskcd appoint a fuiinUan bj his- heits if he selected men who hadl no Lxperlewi Still no technical trrti rung ror tIny work Yet we go on In this rwit stnte of ours Wlsconsiii and pond millions every yoar on just that orinciple without nay definite plan or IID advice front trained mou We all know road overseers many of lucia In Jefferson eorruityvlro know next to nothing of the work tl ey are supposed to do aud their work shows It When wo start to mull a house we ret a mnsou to put up the foundation a cariionterto put up tIre woodwork a raintertoother trades In n word we got men who know their business We dont let the job to Neighbor Jones and his boy who liovcr built anything more pretentious than n cow slied Ytt when wo coino to select a man to keep tire rond Innppnir J we qsn get nUll from Unit house woolect urewtro has rover given a dry of careful roushlvrn kn to tire Itest unit ehealwt inerns f keeplu that road in proper riiape- We trust to liKk Hint will do It etfouHi But he puts hi a lion dollar culvert that is too small 1PH wmlie out or a bridge with HfRVKYINQ JIIOHWAY out proper abutments which Is soon undermined after sonic heavy shower and the bridgo and abutments must be roplHced Wo cheerfiilly look upon it Mi un tYolduble mid although wo grumlilA a little quite readily pay tuxes ntjct year for roiye one else to waste In putting in n culvert about tour times too large and n bridge twliv as long as needed Put wJien we ask vbere ffi can get tiiiined men we find we hunt them available our system hasnt been of the sort to make them We have hired i mn n to do our wooJworkfa7 novice to hij tM foundation mid It bbt csmltli to paiift the house until erich hAS for gotten Iris own trade oral does not know the other Wo must train men from tire start If we are ever to have pod roads 1hcl own hifjiirny coinmlsston has adopted the Irish oT holding a road tchool for a wOk In the summer to which nil road supervisors aro Invited They tr to the lown State college where they see nil UliuLt of 1oad inn- hinory fIt work andl listen to lectures on tho best type of bridges culverfc rutlrMui machinery They are given liberal opportunity tp ask questions and all the help possible Is given them In tIre various problems they have met In theiiwork lire comn lsslon owns a number of road levels and Instruments such ns are necessarr in Javlna put w1 Ma Close Cal- lA dangerous surgicil opera tion involving the removal of a malignant nicer ais large as my hand from thy daughters hip vsas prevented by the appica tion of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A G Stickell of Miletus W Vae Persistent useof the Salve completely cured it CUJFS Cuts Burns and injuries 25eatC J day don druggist fix lIOn ImI lhee instruments each party under tIre direction of an Instructor and pro flee ore run Over different roads and the guide lines fixed with reference to Iraina c outlets The standard sheets f mad cross sections and bridge de jlfins winch have been made up by the commission are taken as a basis for lw drafting oom work the Idea be ing to tTevelop more men who can lay nt a piece of road and make latTmates is to tire cost of reducing It is gradeo mil become expert rand engiaeer3fSome such methtd as doptcd in Wisconsin if we are to see any results from tlie 30000000 that will bo spent ou the roads and brldgci t f the next ten year bible Tcrtna Eetina L A dayVJdnrncy was about wentyb throe and onefifth miles A Sabbath days journey Vras about an English mile A cubit was nearly twentytwo Inch HA hands breadth Is etiualto three ana fiveeighths Inches A fingers breadth Is equal to one Inch A shekel of silver was about 50 cents A shekel of gold was 8 A talent of silverwas 53830 A piece of silver 9ru peuhy was1t cents A farthing was 3 cents Aiijlte was less ban a quarter of curt A gorah vas a cent An cpah or bath contains seven gal Ions arid live pints A bin was one gallon and two pints A firkin was seven pints An omer was HX pints Queer SU They have no salt In Lapland and the people use the bark of the fir tret as a substitute They peel tire bark from the tree carefully remove tilt epidermis and then divide the inner bark into thlu layers The layers artIexposed to the sun during their but hot summer until they are thor oughly dried and are then torn Lute narrow strips and placed In boxes wade of the fresh bark of other trees The boxes are burled in the sand where they are allowed to remain for three days The second day fires ateomade over the places where tire are burled the heat from which penetrates deep into the sand turns the rcbark n deep red color and gives It a pleasing taste and odor When tho boxes are taken up the Jr strips are poundcif into a coarse pokier arid the Lapps use this as we use salt but more sparingly because It takes much trouble to prepare It i Few Thins Worth KnowingJwheels were invented in tire ISIJlnningr year were 1670f first used by Torb The Paris f nil modern millinery tins come was concocted In the year 1401 u cTireEtlcnne Moiitgplffer of Auuouay lFrance In the year 1783 Tire earliest record of the existence of the mariners compass was found in 11SO nut ahQ Chinese dppcar to have hud kivIedgeot It runny centuries beV foij nRecalledThe stagecoach that carries the mall between Kents rim and fledfliUstay tlcmlu Maine drew up along the roadside and tire driver accosted a lUjlpC old man working In a field says Every bodyH Magazine Do you know who Mrs Abby IJ Brown Is and where sho i lives Tire oll man considered Brown d1ontXo Mrs Aby B Brown weve got a letter for h rACB you say tire middle letter iIs IL do your I know a whole lot otffIrowns that Jlvo on the other side of the roadi bii thore aint any Abby B aaioiiij theta You dont mean Abby B rnlth do you She lives overtNo its Abby B Urown her nonoiiow Thanks dbutto faint Hello caused the passengers turn around Tire old man hoc In hand was pursuing the stage Brown Mrs Abby B Brown did 1my1 hail n Hoynl Example When King kIJd ward visited the Isle of Man a year or more ago he Vas esQcorted tlirough parts of the Island b3 Hall Caine the author When hU majesty was about to depart on the rsyal yacht it was proposed that a pho tograph be taken of the royal family jR- and Its Island hosts The family ofFHall Calne was of course Included when tire shown atoutldhadA keepingIUnrs society was much shocked at this and Mrs Calpe chided ber boy but he stoutly said But mamma I watched the king and ns he kept his hat on I followed Miltrrittsburc Press l J IT TAYLORS REPAIR SHOP Main Street next to Leach mans Furniture Store Prepared to do Harnsss Repairing Shoe repairing make picture frames mend guns pis tols sharpen saws and knives furnish sewing machine repairs your bicycle nnd clean and press clothes My Work is Guaranteed Gao B Taylorl KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNel CONSUMPTION IfiOeFree Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all I THROAT and LUNG TEOT7B R LES or MONEY BACK k BUTCHER SHOP FOR SALE Having decided 10 leave Springfield I wish to s6ll my- utcher sbop ircluding the tools- urniture and business good will This is a good opportunity for none with a small capital to mbark ina GOOD PAYING JUSTNESS Iwill sell at argaini as I have arranged ago elsewhere G F CARPENTER Here is our condensed opinion of the jOrigional Lazative Cough Syrup Nearly all 6tqer cough syrups are onsMpating especially those con aining opiates Kennedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar moves be bowels Contains no opiates Jonfdrms to the National Pure Fcod nd Drug Law Sold by Smock Havdon PUBLIC SALE At mv place fur nies from Springfield on the Springfield ind Willisburg turnpike ord tboutia mile and a half back rom the oad I will on Friday RoYeiDbtr 3D3 1906 AT 1 OCLOCK P M offer for sale the following two brood work mares one aged work horse one btfggy horse ne yearing filly IWO mills cows lone cow and Cilf three earling calves one Jersey htifer 22 sheep one or two fat hogs thou 500 bushels off cori tobuggies two sets of harness one two horse wagon mower and binder arid other farming implements and houshold and itchen lurniture Also about seven dozen pure red white leghi rn hers and a few cocks and cockrtls TE zlsAI1 sums under 10 ash over that amount on a redit of six months 2tt Mns NANNIE LEACHMAN AYiiar 01 Brood The year 19O will long be re- cmhoredin the home ofF N Tackct of AUiancpy Ky as air of blood wlrch flowed so copiously from Mr Tackefcs lungs that death seemed very near Hq wiiies Severe bleed ini from the ludys and a frightful cough lad brought me a- eathsdoOr when I began aiiingDr Kings New Discovery o Consumption with the aston sling result that after taking t ur bottles I was completely restored end as time bas p oven permanently cuecL Guaran for Sore Lungs Pougbs and Cold at C J Haydons rug store Price 50c an4 1 Trial bottle free Trees Plants Vines ur general catal gue of Fruit md Ornamental Trees Evergreens S 1lubJ Grape Vmas hubdr Asparagu Smiil ruits ttc is now icaay on- pplication We employ no eits but SElL cirect to the planter n F UlLLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky fOLEYSHOffEY TAR nets ede PrtvmU Pmimnala HOOCHOOOOO OOOOO XOO0 KKX O t A 1j Big ii Stokj c I I JH of FurnituretFro- m g which to make telectiun Chiirs 2 Rockers Tables Bed Room Suits Brewers X IVo tFeS Jl rBugs all sizes and quality frcm lzzCome and see my fine jardineres and 4J r 8 1 Anything in the furniture lino you want I can furnish and save you money V I X jiH Trade atilomeL lAnd Save Money 1 i h 1f r W B LJ3ACllMAN rtTfiEFURNITURE HAN JVVJ J BUCKEYE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE l 717 East Water St Cinciiwati 0iIe V 1t1 W A BRADFORD COf fJ jWIA Bradford Tandy QuUenbKTy f f i INDEPENDENT 5 t r n Does a strictly commission business Inter eto patronn 9re r fully guarded Three months free storage We give to all ship pers 15Q per hogshead for all tobacco consigned to us and ecinalize freight with Lou sville We respectfully soic t your busing Phone MIn 2681 l 4 FJies- Is I 11- limean old adage Its a big jtmlli though from the time of the J Ifirst dock to Vow Bridge the chasm arid what have yoei The first clock crude the otte of today 1most a chronoeter Accurate Clocks awl Elegant Jew lry is what you find the year round at my jewelry store MT new S ock r erects my beirg expert ifctel cting a jewelry stcck To car h ttmoney buy from me t 0 4James J Graves iitJ Jr J- twnQS r 1LL E 1 JL Allen C M Tumey Jt W lefemaN I Blue Grass Manufacturing Co i jt tto Manufactwers if1 X fl Hariless i andd SStrap wwWni BHIIL V f t JtJi I fit fy 4 t f it 1We are ecptcially prepar ed it I f VLSofepaiiigtoirneuSadd1tc I ii 1 fI j If Hand Made Hamss a Specialty jil y Wall Street Near the Dept SPRItIiFIELIIYII HAVE YOU l 2 DiiTt t 21 tT I 1 I I I l tJLet me fu nkh you wiUn r A N EASTMANi S i tt THE BEST MAD B 7ff V4 r j wt rAI m all sizes and pricM Ako jccwp a fui JiM pf W t J Kodak and Camera SuppliasV 5 T i I p Ji J GJ HaydotlJt rm CORNER DRUG STORE aEEE EEEE 4 A i LouisvilleisBootnngigs j i Jt mUMotonhrCMBMl Ml J tI tinthe mmdMtBteajM- MW WSSrpiMMOd IMXM andin 1A aM Mad k7 eels ksthsr 1ismso axSrVLw r w LoyiM Is dii horns s riu I ZQr lUL1iOMl dii ptIit11SI100000000 k bss lbs j IERc1Atsc4OoL latsi MISI S T lpdoInirantofa ThjOROUOHwotiid ysal W 1 rTilTIITIATTU LOUISVILLC HY t A DR JI BURTON T DENTIT jS EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OIclss eek ip M1r- pRINGP1LD KY AJI Dtttfel Work Strictly Jutclasa DR J C IIIUDLp ttjikiu ud Sirgesi vOee oter Haydons Drugstore I V JllLampth M D- Ie ll1ptra Ise Office PiM Ne ReaWtsct Ne 38 WFGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW QIIee evr feop1fsik f ISPRINGF1ZLID KY JB ROB D K W FYATT RiBARDS HYATT Pljsicaus aid Sirgwis Gee over McElroy Shultz DR J H HOPPERI IHISICIAM ma SURGEOKJ fHONES Office Over OIce 97 Milans Grocery 71 =Dr W W Ray PNYSKUNANO SURCEO- NOflee over C W Bagans gro cery opposite Piesbyterian t church f Phones 1 Office 175 fIf f Residence 172 JOHN Ya MAYES- lEUi uiHtCTOR a AiD LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAYH9 NIQHT 74 SPRIIGPIELU n f Ralroad hcdulcF- ollowiDg J m the time schedule flow in effect on the Bardstown aaa Spdngtielcl branch railroad No 41 Leayes LouiSville at 410pizf Bard town Junction 502 BaBardatown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645fpm No 42Lsve Springfield iaOai Bardstown 617 am BardMOwm Jonctiofi 7G 5aMwrnrii atLomifrillf 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 mm Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44Leavea Springfield a l20pm ara tow 230 pm Bar stown Junotion 435 pm arfivje at Louisville 545 pm ONo 90 Sundays only Leave SpriBKfieid at 115 am Birds towH8 am Bardstown Junction 845iam arrives at Louisville t 915 am- oNofll SundasonlyLeave Loaiville at 6 pm Bardstown JTmactioto 650 pm Bards town 753 p ai arrives Springfield B25iPm iJo j csw r Weswisbto state tour friends throughout the tobacco growing stctBs that wE arenbfc connect ed directly or indirtctlyi wfth any other warehouse or ware tKNlecompanyh Strictly Imde pI2lqt Tobacco Warehouse I Cofepksiok Bus ness and res ectfgllYsolicityourpatrona2eC tOri Picket T 1accb Warehouse Louisville ly 408 mo FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES r ked Daily 1 Alwaj good always fresl l We hays Biker who is an ar titVat Baking good things 51i lMrest Ifnlt1 f25c Hrtlias Con t= 11I lEXAS WONDER OMTM all KMjiej Bladder and JtfcMHMtic 4 ublMi add by M ituortwQ monthi Mteulbl vial icr lij Dr IL W H5411 2926 QliTMtrMfe 8T Look Sad fir Eenlttcky iala IIaat fer mud rIftr Xe iZL TOWN r th ii Lfrcaljiappenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest AlIAt + itYwrulf Friend I Ml Acquaintances 1 FTFYTF uwj roms2501UPft Maple Syrup and Pancake Flour at McElrov Shaders Davenports and couches from 12 up at Leach maas Rockers at Leachmans furn i ture stort from 125 to 12 New raisens figs dates currants citrcn etc at McElroy Shader Canned asparagus tips French peasand mushroons at McElroy Shaders Go to see Leachmans bed room suits in solidi oaks from 118 to 75 Clothes cleaned and pressed with neatness and dispatch GEO B TAYLoR r If you want the Jest in fruits vegetables etc go to McElroy Shiders Try Sealshipt oysters Thy are the best Sold only by Mc Elroy Shader Try our Sweet Mixed Pckles something extra 4 McBlroy Shader Rev G WLyon will preachI at Pleasant Run next 11 ociock t Mr J 0 Ensor bougnt ofr E Ballard nine yearling mule- sfor700 I In olive pickles catsups and radishes we handle the best McElroy Sbader J Mraid Mrs Luther Burns are rejoicing over tbe arrival of little girl at their home Tues ay afternoon t i i Dot forget McElroy Shad r sell Sealshipt oysters only None better and you get dry mere FOR SAtE Thoroughbred Brown Leghorn Cbckei elftatl cc cents each MJNNIE D REEtMRS Union Thankjgi v ng se tvicesJ tianlJchurcht the sermon Rev FMFiU Missionary Evargalist will assist Revs P Walker in a protracted meeting at the MackviUei Methodist church Dec 1st fo Oth Mrs Williams is offering all her millinery at half price Trimmed hats and ready to wears in all the popular styles All go at half price ITbeladies of tile Methodist church will furnish a county court day dinner at the Searcy building Monday Nov 26th EverybodycorJi lly invited to a good square meat at a low price Winter is here i 6hus but you will not feel ihe cold if you have one of tbos pretty fur reck pieces tto wear Ladies misses and children can be fitte- datmodqraiecot fr rn the stock of fors ivMrs Wiltiams J t Keep posted Supply sour self with something to read these long winter evenings by calling at the News Lender office and subscribing for onerof our corn binations The Louisville daily Herald and NewsLeader both fcr one year 2 The sale by E S Yocum as administrator for C R Yocum personal properW took place near Rockhridge last week ard was well attended Evervthing sold well A bunch of sheep sold at Sper head and cprnTsoId at 212 a barrel Mr C A Reidel and tliss yesIlerdaYof Father Hennessy Mr Rei del is a young farmer of the Mooresville neighborhood and a brother of J W Reidel of Springfield while the brideis a popular 3 oung lady of tjie s ame neighborhood ITbe skatingrink will be open Friday afternoon special Jy for laditi and childijenj The ad miaeton willbe reduced to lOce IS ai the Joor and lOclor the use ofslcates Too rink is rowiig TOPICS II WJ in popularity and each night draws a bigger crowd than the preceding one Try a package of our conj densed mincemeat It is fineC and only costs you lOc Make 2 pies McElroy Shader fTRAYEDErommy place j about four miles frota Spring field on last Wednesday night A yellow brown niuley cow loft front tit cut witti a wire Any information leadin to her re covery will be rewarded by Scott Johnson r f d no 4 Theprotracted meeting at the Methodist church at Lebanon closed last Thursday D1ghJ Rev J H Early of ElIzabeth t town and GW Lyn of Spring 3eld assisted Rev C H Prater pastor The congregations sze large and the result sati actory Great good was done The heavy rain and flood of iwiday night did thousands of ollars worth of damage to the farmers living along the creeks arlwrights creek Wt higher ban iit was ever known and swept through corn fields sea I ering hundreds of shocks oft odder and corn Bridges were wept away and great damage was done 0 the turnpikes in lany places Mr John Payne lost atiJua le horse in a peculiar m nnprIJ ist Monday night during theI lards orm The horse hitched 0 a surrey ws being dri enrJ Inlllhe Baadstown road and t small bridge in front of lLi f Rt V7 Clements home got off tue road whicn was flooded riihwater at that point Thp 1 nimal fell on the upper side ofI beb idge and was drawn un ler before help could reach ita nd was drowned The occu I pants of the buggy had a nar 1 ow escape Schraeer Bros who have been i peraring a cheap c1oihinga g ry goods store in tre Opera f louse building here for about ight months closed up shop his velr and their goods were hipped to Cincinnati IM5i tlleD ame old story Sprine field is a hard town for UJew sioresff cd although quite a number have started here few have sur t vived jcflrany length of t me Jchr gerBros are nicp clever nen and will perhaps be more uccessful elsewhere They are iative Russians and have only Ibeeoin this country a short timej r The careless handlingl of a loaded shotgun by Sam Colvin t tbe young son of Mr Steve Jolvin came near resultingin a1 serious accident late Tuesday ivening Young Colvin had the un in Campbells grocery store ud with it pointed out the dOtr vas endeavoring tc unbreach it- In some wanner the gun was discharged and the load drove straight across the street to foydon Barbers store Mrs T S Mavesf anJ Mrs Mollie klayes were standing in the loorway at the time the shot truck very near thin Mrs T S Mays being struck by Qntj shot that had ganced from the Ipor facing Fortunately how evert the shot hadl spent its force and Mrs ayes was nt hurfit Numerous shots were baried in the darn and window framing and some even embeded themselves in the plate glass Seats are rraptdly bams sldI- for the entertainment be given rthe auspices of the United ugI1tera of the Confederacy at the opera house here on Thanks giving evening Npv 29th Miss Bettie Lewis the well known and versatJe elocution ist of Louisvile ihas been en gaged to appear in Shakespear ean readings ill nQlogues del sirtean recitations dramatic sketches ketches in negro dia lect and child impersonations Miss Lewis is highly commended by the press The Louisville Dispatch says The entertainment last evening under the management of Miss Battle Lewis was an artistic success M ss Lewis wasable to displayr her talent in a scene from Romeo and Juliet which was excellently rendered and most warmly applaudeJ In addition t Miss Lewis performance there will be so ections by home talent cqnsisUag or quartetts dutts id cootl olos W 4 Neuma ths great Russian Wizzaacl who i IIs said will do all sorts of vvonderful tiing will appear at the opeJa house this Thursday everting for one performance only Neumai will allov himserf to be hand cuffed and put in jail in the af ternoon and will release himself in some unaccountable manner He will locate hidden articles and do other wonderful stunts on the streets by way of adver tising his performance in the evening With Neumans com pany will also appear Madame i BjoneYaki the Pair Mahatna in occult somnolency The performance t is highly entertaining Irvine Wharton A wedding of mrd than ordi nary interest on account of the popularity oftbe contracting parties Miss Bettie Irvine and George L Whartonr will be solemnized this Thursday after noon at one ocl ck in tha Pres byterian church RevY W Y Davis ot Louisville will perform the ceremony Messrs G C vybarton an I Will C Wharton brothers of the groom H M Grundy und Gab Iryine brother of the bride will act as ushers Miss Irvine is a neice of Mrs AsC McElroy and is one of the mast populhr girl who ever jraced Springtioldsociotr Mr Wharton is a gEneral favorite and one of the townjt best business men After a weeks trip to parts unknown they will be at is e tof their friends at the hocne of Mr and Mrs GC Wharton Frank Brooks Dead Frank Bn oks one of the mostbighJesppcted co orld of the nqromuuity died at his home on High s reet on last Thursday of Brights disease Unc e1 Rrm as lie WIS fatnil iarlv known was one of the old t Laud marks ubout Sprngfield having lived hereahl of his li- fUevitond as a slave Jjy the late Mr Thos Crdjcrot a d since the war he had lived an in iusiriousinduseful life and had prov dud a comfqrrable home for himself and wife He had a high sense of honor and his wnrd l was as good as his bond Fratk Brooks had been bxton of th Presbyterian church at1 this place is rorhie past fifteen years ndI was a member off that church Tile funenil took placa at theI church on Friday and wis largely attended by botb white and colored people Rev Dr Mot fet pastor of the lresbj terian church at Lebanon preached l thefuneral serinon Deathof Maggie Thompson The death angel visited the home of Mrs Die Thompson and claimed her daughter Maggie She hadboelafluferer j from typhoid fever h 1 sev eritJI weeks Every care and attention was given hop by her devoted inoiher brothers sisters and Aunt Mary yet God had decided to call hoi home She was a faithful member of the Presbyterian churchl She was born Noyomber 811888 Al though her lire was short here on this earth but full of good deeds She was of a cheerful disposition kind hearted and good to everyone For the past ten months sho had bemi engaged as telephone operatqr in the Mackville exchange office where shesemd tho people so faitlfuly was ever ready and wiliinu to help thm in any way she could The funeral services were conducted by Rev W T Overstreet fer whifh the re mains were laid torcfctin the Pleasant Grove come cry I pen those words to the be rtavtd ones We trast thIt these few words wili draw us nearer to our MasUr atd pre Ipale us to meet our loved ones on that brigh i and glorious shore A FRIEND I Teachers ExaminationS An Examination of appicisnt for appointment to the Normall Department of the State College at Lexington will be had at the County Superintendents office Saturday Dec 1st begin ningat 9 oclock The examina tion will kclude arithmetic grammar history and geogra phy There are four vacancies to bff filled all of whichIart tenable for one year The nor mal department of the Stat College iis welt quipped for good york Teachers and those contemplating teaching who are desirous of tagti rank in toe public schools should eek these afpointinont 1J W Bnch Supt coin shvO s i Its Worth travelihg a long distance t to have your teeth extracted 1 Without Palnjjf Danger jjj All wprk guaranteed tli w L G CRUME D D S Ii Bardstown Ky 333 3 3 333 PERSONAL Mr Oscar Curry is ill with typhoid fever Dr Spencer Wright of Man tonwasin town yesterday Miss Lizzie Le hmln his re turned from Louisville 33r ard Mrs C C McChord havereturned from Louisvlie MrsT S Mass was in Badstown llast Friday the guest of friends Miss Hadgio Brown spent Jldays of last week in Louisville vlrsH Sallee of Danville came over Monday for the Irvine harton marriage today Miss Suslelrvinei ot Lebanon a guest of Mrs A C McEl roy for the wedding of her sis er Miss Bellie ttpday Mr and Mrs Thos A Bar desty are visiting relatives at Ma pie Hill Mrs d R McWhorter visited her sister Mrs George Hcs kins last week Dr John shaunty and wife of erryvil e passed through hers Tuesday en route to PredericUs wn Rev T D Laimsr left yes errlay to join his family at Ri es TtnIlor a Jew weeks Isit before locating Mr Sam Berry of Seattle Washington came in Tuesday- to visi Mi W F Booker and left this morning Ltie Jennie Ragsdale who vjas been very ill with diptheria somewhat better butllofout If danger Mr J F PattuVi has removed hisramiiy into their new resi dence on the Lebanon road Messrs J F Pettus and Theo Campbell have returned from l huritiug trip in Linccln county Mr William Kroker iso con val scing from an attack of fever His sonG y who was severely butnedin a gasoline explosion two weeks ago is abe to ha out again Mfe Bessie L3achman spent a few days with Mrs J HjHopper this vceek Mrs W F Booker returned yesterday from Cincinnati where she visited relatives Mr and Mrs Boone have returned from Louisville where they have been several weeks Mrs Curtis Harden ty of Emi inence and Mrs John Thomas of Shelby county are guests this week of Mrs PJ Tbomap Mr Gabe Irvine of Mosterey Tann is here for his sisters weddinsr Miss Sadie Mayes gave a Miscollaneous Shower for Miss Bettie Irvine yesterday morning from ten to twelve oclock The reception room and hall were prettily decorated with potted plants and Southern smihx The dining room was at ringed in green and white the tnarriage colors Festoons of Mifilax and tulle were sus pended from the chandelier to the four corners of the dining ubFon the centre of which was a Point 1ace centre piece on which was placed a silver mounted plateau that held a silver candelabrum The guests were erved with brck cream and heart shaped cakes iced in white ith a white rcse on each The lonbons Tvere white hqartsl fter th9 refreshments were served the interesting opening itf tbe panels began and the oh wer tag on and displayed many handsome and useful dr utles in iver cut glss bhini ud Lnen The parcels were opened by the biideelect and paced on displny by the hoitass who announced tue name of the donor of each Miss Irvine thanked ber friends aid with many wishes for tthe happiness and welfaie of the bridetobe the guests took their departure J t 1 i i i BIG INDUCEMENTS j 1Jlt tradeIand If Large Sel ect Ion High Class goods and low prices If J J JJIt are any attraction we should have your business buy in large quantities direct from the Wef l facturer and importer and can save you f J i i money A and special Childrens effort on Ladle V 4t 1 j iCloaks Suits and presss Goods I i Is being made by us this season and we can say our trade was j otI ziever better We would like to have you call and see this lIne iOur stock of Ladies S Readyto wear gar X mentsisthe A best to be seen in any 11town in We the 1 Garments that fit and give satis f faction thtcoats mer t cerized pet ticoats mus lins under wear wrap pen kimc- nas dres s sing sac ques out X lng gowns z i t f 7tHrkeys for Sale I l D Fur erson and Mrs Jt T Bailey largO bone and fine plumage Can furnish tomssnd hens no akin at reasonable prices Mrs J F Keen It F D No 5 Springfield Ky Telephone call central G i B Birhais Testifies After four Years c G B Bnrbans of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four vears ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely curedOla severe kidney troutile bv taking lltsthai twr bot tics of Fjrjeys Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the rick dnst sediment and pain and spmptbms of Kidney disease dissapeared I am glad to ay thaal never had r return of any of those symptoms during the burl years that have elapsed tld laevidently cured to say cured and heartily recommend Foleya Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kid neypr pladdea trouble Sold byline Red Cross Drug Store NOTICE Hunters are hereby given warning not to hunt on my place All will be prosecuted JOHN Y MAYES Nitlcc Having disolved partnership all persons indebted to us will please come and settle at once SMOCK H AYUO Tie New Pare Food and IIUZ law We are pleased to announce that Follys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds and lung troubles is not af fected by the National Pure Food and Drug llaw as it conoalns no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom mend itas a safe remedy for children or adults You can find it at the Red Cross Drug Store- Paltc SaIe Nitlcc Having sold our grocery store with harness and furniture stock not included and to give pOs sslon on or before the 1st of December we will give some rare bargains in chairs rocking chairs bed room suits bed inatressea cot etQat Cam pbells gc t t tMi t Knit Un4Idrwrand Hosiery for i t 1 i f sold 1 fj Jit by Q Vlia7i i 11- city l T tSee Jware flc f ezl Slairts anddnw Ii p H r Mb tHr r fJ r r iiTh RobertsonClaybrooko Gu inc I F t 11bronze trespassers Wit fJ A GOODth Ru l e 4 t t1 H vine made up my mind to go into other busiMas t tt I I i t r t CWEll t I W HAGAN 11W1 f j ul SPRINGFIELD KY 11r ri Tirmtmiiiiiiniim p NationalfBaRk I S SPRINGFlELDt KY II tiapital 5OOCH Surplus and Undivided Prfl1s 2r 1 1ff OFFICERSB L Litsey President JohnW Lewis ViccTPrMlfcat A C Mcfjlrpy Cashier L B Cain Assistant klt JL 1 Foster BookKeeper H a Purdom Asst BookKeeperSDIRECTORSB L I itsey J W Lewis W D Claybceoke T S 4Mayes R H Edelen H M Grundy Joka6 Ptli We grant every favor consistent with safe bankiBf yew bast ness respectfully solicited 8Sb1U1flhllIlSS 8IlU ltlRS flh1Jtit csw SS MARKS GREEN cc The fclie1ia Mnirlevra 1 f and Dealers 1ft all kln4 f 5LUMBER LATHS stUNG ES SASH DOORS L1ND5l 5 We handle r the celebrated J Ii Mixed Cainel Coftl Ctbeg i4 sSWe are i01ea LI4 it cI5 ACME CEMENT jPLASMR 5 5The Best on Earth Prices lUflii j Office and Yards V octdr a d Railroad Street SpHngi M IrWjt rta J I raPllte ss 44 Lamdi fbet esatapp CIflCS125c If BUSINESS rJllIltIIltIrrraQraMQQQQTOQQQ J = r Aj1 fcTOST RECENT PORTRAIT OF A FAMOUS SINGER jk Th plttqre given herewith is fromjthe latest photograph of Mme Adellna 5pi5u6ier trom the famoUs diva find flnal appearance artist She has I tiM siiwlnr In public since her seventh year Mme PaUl has announcedl re ctlyUitLtsh wtU 1t t tlri l appeance at the Abrt hail London Dee il1ihJse s the rght however to make everal othexflna appearances t 1 y 4r ptaies whIteLJWalH Ilie3Iftrto ilk shirt walsw ifitii nuat turnovers of white always j1 t 1Style 14 tJ f ShailoTV Stripe The waist heresbovii la iftafle of at sIadow strped fnillc InjtQ1cS Of brown witkcsllaraud cuffsjpfjjn iyaln twwn Clotb The slileld and hiIfuftt i 1 J LWIThartfof ace or they might be made ftffejpialn materia braided The front vest effect Is gained by narrow tucks turned taward the front The sleeves I t may be full length or shorter and the Tralst is suitable to development In nnr oT the new vaL Ungs Including ni fcalr silk cisltmewBud iiIe t J hul i iy ore guny to wear n ruparat aulsr goaft this jea and tilsIn1ng raLilielohg loose bhicl= silk oitwhc- hconfo lip very fashh liable It Bfioihl fept bo so locse tftat j hld 3 the flgurev Bpi yhould It bsi tight as to draImr Itcan br omewbat QUed 31 thotbackvaud 5ftlc5 nd thfrott need dotlbe Qtijte pfccily Ptrhlght r iL5tCornZnr In Satin will bCtluc ot the leading fb rk3 in fall fasijlons The continued IIkiu for glossy llks haSigradually led 53ck to It uJl1oJgh thrsitin of today 1t1J11he sitia or the past rrc two very vasuoneIsupplejIll Geiaaa J I ItcTlithe nopr- iisrvtCt vB do l1Iutiorthe JlqJf iijUr IS crcicpi itto take away ilio rctlf ar a dfty or tw IWhen you Mart in natn l e sure that yovare glv lathe right kiiid of feed TOmucl3- r sometimes worse than iiat enough lArclt r you ivfraK tiiat horse wir wftl sbmobodyrun away Friend saldjrronelib Bob it ahs iofhlh In prlftsou guloli for a liossti ran iwayjwlihja man Its when man trieato run away with a hos that theres d ncr VashIugtot lISorrow of It Husbiudtdun the 5patH Anyway Im riot afrsM la say what Ir think wIrcNo fliippose not but you ought to lhe ashamed to Detroit Trlb- wieFoLEYSIiFiEYCUPI 1Kakes Kidney and Bladder Right IF c county farms lHave always sold low in with those of counties This fict the L public is theresa buying d P advance in are by p ao itnetts rare of farmrrn this county In val ue during tepast 56 years vX 14 t f t v t f f I V The ce1ent to rnpUce roags the county Ythieh lead 10 the variiu Nash ilville railroad afftirJtt b firm e13 of the county easy facilities I sl tit I w DO YOU GET TIP WITH A AtIE idney TroubfciMakcslt MIseraW fAlmost eveybyvlicids the IS sureto kn wt the wonderful cures made by5 I Klji Kilmers Swam Rootflic great kid ilUiiey liver aild Mad der remedy It is the great med iricILtritdnph of the ii nineteenth century a j research by Dr Kilmer the jtp eminent kidney aii- dlfidder specialist awl is woiiderfoilj successful ill lame back uric acid catarrlrof the bladder and Ilriyhts Disease which is the Avbrsi for n of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers is not rec oimnended for cvervttizig mit ifyoiihnv kidnev liver or bladdpr troublq itwill ix the remedy you need It hai lie enftfcsted in so ninny vnyill hospitn work and in private practice an l ha prOved so succSffll in special has been made bi which all reddcrs of this par who havi not already tried it may have a sampl bottle sent free bymail also a book telling mo about ouhtc kidiiey or bladder tron blc When writing mention reading tin generous offer in this paper and send yon address to Dr Kilmer f Co N Y The 1Tiftvcent and ong dollar size bottles are Homo SnampRcot sold by all good druggists Dont malt any mistake but remember the name S ampRoot Dr Kiljners and the address N Y St Intbanu George standing American profe slonal racket champion successfull defended lila title In n match with Pe ter Latliam of England the worldi champion at the New York Backe anti Tennis flub recently Standln won by three games to love in thirt minutes of the fastest rackets eve seen ii the United States The score Trerel5H 1rtl0 and lZ1O A purs of 3000 went with the title Standing hardly failed to impfovp ni Latham only getting fou ftcca from him on misses Standing gJ eleven aces by opponents misses 0 acc4 by service Standing gained our ntnq to thirteen for Latham but th Englishman could not do as well a Staniliiig In Volleying and the Amen can gnlned sices by plat Ing balls that cjuld not be returned t eight by plaelfcg for Latham Stant lug was accurate in fast service an vollrya and excelled In footwork si Once Upon n Tuie Iii France There was a time In France when foolWi actress who was ambition enough to want a decoration and so advised as tQ make application for to one of the ministers was punlshc 1by during th reign of Louis XV and the first get tlernan In waltlng of his majesty wrot tblato the governor of the Foi IEveque prjsonr Dear Sir Havlnjr boon Informed thr Mile domeD has had tho Insolence an has been mad enough to solicit one the kings decorations to which nclthc her sex ncr her proCcmlon ontltles her write you this letter fn tho nteaio of th Icing Ton are to lock hor up In you good1 vrison of le Fort IEveque mil mah things sufficiently uncomfortable for IK to tachrhor rt llewon Every ovenln however one your men will hava conduct her to the Commie Franeatee order tIt thepubllp shall not be dQprh rd of th paeuro of applaudlns the ta hit of this Indlscrcpt woman Stclnc1 Lio Medicine stains will disappear fro sliver spoons If rubbed with isulphur acid After this Is applied wash f I gpctons with soapsuds and clean in tl usual manner + iHE CHINESE DOCTOR + HIS REMEDIES ARE OFTEN WORSE THAN THE DISEASE ft 1Pmvilerd Si Iclcf oal SuaUeakln mi Stowed GOr QnlHa Are vto i Prescription t Lnrjjo Factor In Medicine A friend of mine rehSted to metbeI following dialogue which she recently t overheard between a Chinese doctor 1and au old womtin Old Woman My has had a lump coining In her throat fpr four months nutUt now grown so that she can shallow only with great tlimculty We are llstressea Byand by she will not be able to swallow Thenshc must die Do tell me If my i can be cured Doctor Yo uric ckia be cured very easily and the racdlolno you have to use Is not costly but rather dtfllcult to obtain CIJ do please tell me j what It is IlowcVor dlfllcult I wll do ray best to get It DA please doctor tell mtMvhrt It Is Doctor First get the slobbers of a Cofhg van ho done by washing the mouth of n cow ThOU you take these 5obbers and boll thoai down after which you mn t8th111 a little rice lljnr tnIt a fuittlier from the till of a Jut Mica take the paste nUll roll Into pill When all these pills are tak sn tlie lurip in your throat will immediately disappear doctor thank you IOl woocumOh you enough for glv S Inc of your wisdom ling tarI assure you madam it iIs nothing at all Please beg you do not thank me Old Woman Oh doctor 1 shall never forget you for your kindness to me I II jo not deserve it I do not deserve It Is it any wonder that sickness pre rails among nil classes of the Chinese and that the living of their race is only a survival of the fittest or rather IIUle unlit The remedies given by Chinese doc tors are seldom other than ridiculous f and are oftcm worse than the corn plaint Many of tho most common pvc 0 scriptlons cansslst of powdered spiders roastetl simke klns fossils rhinoceros e horn shavings aubestus moths stewed s goose quills etc It Is decaredthat the more disgusting the medicine the more efficacious it Is which assertion if It U true would mean that China is full IiDf Mcthuselahs exists In toMuch supersrlton regard nearly every co plalut Foreign phy jtclans In China are dftgu by nnilvos who upon bolng asked what a the matter is rcpfy III a low voice IIIve got that When pressed as to t what they mean by that they seem 5 enable to apswer otherwise than IveI- I 0g3t that In such cases It Is usually discovered tun t the patient has mala- and the to name thc 6 lrin ensc Is due to a belief that malaria t Is caused by an inward devil and the J l rhills are duo to his Satanic majestys natural gymnastic proclivities Dilitag the night in the cities rnjoth ICI ers arip frequently met who while I wandering slowly Pill and dowu the streets cry out tjbrnfully Come 0hakt Conic back In the rear at a little tltetaiice follows a cblldwho an fswcrs Im coming Im corning Those wanderings and cries are some times contiimtHl for hours and are cx plained by the fact that at the moth ers home th rc lies n sick child In unconscious or comatose tthe mother in the belief that Its spirit IChnw fled is sftarclriai the streets for It eThe child following represents the de- pUrted spirit whose return Is supposed Ie to be hastened by the cry Im cow hiv In hc absence f n child to fol 4 x0 l h f fB D11 LAKEr f J- f Real Estate Dealer b Ii iii JLtr1 an I nsurance Agentt 41wSj H I rf 6 attention of farmers growers stock raisers i ollsbemgdlrected to WASHINGTON C UN FARMS for several reasons THEIR CHEAPNESS Washington comparison surrounding q grcdually reallzngand steady J pfaiaBdfandJsa consequent yaluies Instances doubling s + C j iACCESSIBILITY throughout slandth BACKS neS- 3prs i4discovered nftcrears- ofscicntific prornIyCuri21g SwampRoot ibuhdljust escrycasefliat arrhiiRemctit l SwaulpRooEmulhowtc- fimloutlf Linghamton regulara SwampRoo Buighamtoil p- 1eveDnlOttle RgFroua opporturilij twentythree l l Jmprlsprimenthwns f CoIJt daughterinlaw daughterinlaw Womaurph r = daughterinlaw I I r I I r r I approached umrllllngness 0 0 condltlonand- 11 I The tobacco and investors t TV stationsalong thdLouisviJle t I r THEIR FERTILITY Tllilla f producesacropland more abundantly than does foremostproducers toIc bneseasonpasturageforinabundnrecloverand i SOCIETY SCHOOLS ETC In selecting a home one of the first Consteratflns of a wan of family is the ques ion of churches schools and congenial ooi nnin4 s for the mtmbers of Ius faDlIly V4sbing ion county j lpro wits 4herand her people are of a high social standard iif You Have a Farm to Sell I Will Find You a Buyer T f1 IUif1Ityou tytoBoyHaveII Some Good Bargains tto ShowI 3I Z r TrpiI r 1toi Ji3 f HfCorrespondence Solicited fr r 4 il ED L7TKEIt ne J S1 f Mt n i SPRINGFIELD0 KY II 4 1IEBS my liFE i liThats what a prominent said of Scotts rdXllggiSt a short time rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public Wt the above remark and imilar expressions are nade so often in connec iidn with Scott Emulsion lhat they are worthy of ecasional note From nfancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable neans of remedying im proper and weak develop nent restoring lost fleshl ind vitality and repairing vaste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no nore of a secret than thei composition of the Emil sion itself What it does it does through nourishment the kihdof nouIish ment that cannot be obtained in ordinary food No system is too weak or1 cfelicaie to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it 1J Wt will tend you a sample Ira Be lUre that this picture fn the form of i label b on the wrappe J of cvriy bft1c of EInUIIOOT buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl SUNY 50caa4I aUdrart on mo motner often waves a cniiag jacket In her band while in a monotonous t voice she croons to the spirit to return Smallpox 13n disease from wlic fcy IT any escape In China and so i revnlcnt is It that it has its own special devil This devil can be ape peased only by the patient always re erring to his eruptions as henveni J flowers and by wearing a red clot tied around his head In sora i pro inces however consldorablcprogress has been made in the amelioration oft this disease by Inoculation This Is lone In childhood by Bimfllng up the I1lsIy r lowing the theory that the hair of a aog Is good for the bite or by y lug to the general belief thattbc worse the remedy the quicker the Yc overy is ilURcult to determine The manner in which the Chinese treat thclt physicians Is to say the least most Inconsiderate Should a 1ipm cure not result tram the doc vihumanhe has so far survived goes to consult his gods after whose treatment be Is usually carrlclto the cemetery The method of consulting his gods is rathl peculiar one If unable to go himself he proceeds by proxy to the tempt which is entered In the most solemn manner possible Every three stei the seeker after health or his prox prostrates himself and kowtows threIC tini g He continues thta conies Into the presence of the hiealt Mol whereupon a basket containing many bamboo sticks upon each t which Is a number Is given him Th he takes and moving Jt violently all directions pronornecs divers pray ers and Incantations until one of the sticks falls train the basket Ths Is then taken to a certain priest stationed Inside the toniple who acirorJIng to ttie number writer tim proir prescrlr- tii a which tin patient gets filled at an fjivotheeary shop T n fitness of a Chinese physician for bin iiofsslon determined accord Jag to no pfiiKhil method ti nelthi has to Btudy nor pass any tions In fact no paillcular quality necessary Frequently a man who failed in business sets up as a phys clan to do which he utls only to hang up his shingle1 as it were and in truth thlsnls about all the stock In trade he possesses with the exception of the needle flu may at times employ In acupuncture Sometimes hu gets an old book of rescrllllous front some retiring practitioner and at once con siders himself as perfectly and pirically qualified to kill It has been std that the doctor most entitled to confidence In the sight of hlsrcountry men Is tho man whose father has been one before him anti the confidence In l creases should his grandfather have followed the same profession This it might bo supposed Is tine to an Ig norant belief lit lie influence of hered ity but according to the Chinese tb value In their eyes consists In the son or gmmlsoa p7se sing all the pre CrlJ tIm hoiks of his sires This Important self esteemed person asp enters the sickroom In the mot ostentatious manner anti talks of parch wl grasshoppers boiled tigers d and snail andwarni Infusions with a much gravity1 as a priest expounding Io rJri As bp psots nt cC Sour StomachNo appetite loss ot strength nerve 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 julcnf of diges tion as they echvt In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known toni and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only curelndlgestloa and dYSP Rslabut this famous remedy dunes all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S BIn ct Rarenswood W Vaa JetnKoJolforUbyKoitA Dffeete Wht Yu Eat Bottteioaljr 3100 SIze hoWIH tlee tM trWt sue which sells for 50 esMi Prepared L a OcWITT aCO oHioi Sold by Red Cross DruI Store 0 aJ 1DD1LDSTA TlFDI r BYMcELROY WtHARTON i SPRINGFiELD KY I 51miles51 Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price 6000 No 66 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new barn all necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom farm well fenced and in good landI cultivation Price 86000 No 67 120 acre farm 8 miles of Springfield good 5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 acres in grass Price 2750 No 68 118 acre farm well located right on pike well fenced and well improved Pricc 35 per acre No 69 50 acre farm well located Price 1600 No 70 145 acre farm well located and lies well good house and small barn mostly in grass well fenced Price 5000 No 71 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies well and is as good as the best Price 60 No 72 210 acre farm well located good farm and lies well and mostly in grassrig ton the pike nice 7 room dwelling house 2 tenant houses good stock barn and tobacco barn plenty of tobacco land 10 acres good timber Price 50 per acre No 7338p acre farm well located 1right on pike and railroad This farm Is subject to division 2good dwellings and barn inebody of timber plenty of tobacco land Price 35 per acre No 74 160 acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwelling andJbarn 55 aces of bottom land well watered and fenced Price per acre 25 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 goods Price 20 per acre No 70 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn arid all necessary Mackynew improvements ellItgrass dwellingbarnsapd J goodteI house place well fenced and watered Price 35 inbgrass acres of timber good 5 room house new barn 40x42 eight miles South of Springfield Price 800 81 68 acres located 5 miles from Spr ngfield on the pike good dwell ing and barn place in good tate of cultivation Price 2500 t 97 50 acre farm 3 miles from Springfield good small house and outbuilding strictly a nice placer Price 5000 Cure CM nf3 TAt Laxative Bronx aMnlU4tAtn s or a Chinese bcunom through his great uncouth bone or cop rper rimmed goggles ho looks as terror Inspiring as the most hideous eh1U and unfortunately leaves death aeurIteu In his wake His diagnosis done1yhuman system of which according to aththese three again Into two each 011fsthe body the states of a dozen real orIImaginary organs are determined Acupuncture has been In use ampns the Chinese from time huinemorlal Many directions are given as to Its ap plication The Operator has a manikin full of holes and by close study of this he learns where to drive his noodle tho latter being inserted in the parts of the body which may be pierced without fa rtal results Sometimes heat Is applied 11to the outer end of tho needle but nev Islr before insertion The needle has 19been described as follows its very I much liken sewing machine needle but longer and coarser Some of the Chi nese doctors have needles two feet long and are supposedl by ardent ad mirers to be attIc to drive these Instru ments entirely through the patients body lint the great size of the needles Is In reality intikidect to represent tho greatness of the mvncrs skllliand repu 1tntioD The needles used are of nine fprnis the arrow headed blunt pune tiirlugr spear pointed cnslforni round capillary long nnd great The pofiit of Insertion tho depth and the direction nrc all Important end the method Is usually to drive theta throtigh the din tended skin by a blow from a light mallet They tire frequently made redi hot anti occasionally lleft In the fleshi for Cays toetlJcrttIeA Yrlcnd tells me that not tons sinceI hearing fearful cries Issuing from h Chinese home she entered and found a mother stabbing tier son two or 1thrcc Inches in the back with a ucecllErttpou Inqulrj sho leqrned that 11 than the complaint and a stretching or the counter irritant theor to Its break ing point Cor New Yoik Trlbunn t Sidney Dillon Progeny I Sold The largstsnle of trotting stock at private sale made for many years was consummated atSnntn Rosa Cnl tcently when Sterling life Holt ol In t dianapolhr Ind purchased bead of the progeny of Sidney Dillon the sire of Lou Dillon The sale made through Mlllartl Sanders the t driver of Lou OUloH when she mado1 ep uqeqqale4 record who Is a promt jI Mat horseman of Santa Rosa Elevclf If the animals are unnamed yearlings The money involved In the tratuactlo approximated 16000 T elcAt WclirJt IfautdsrriJ Cfialrman Rohert Lee Morrell of the racln board of the American Autorao bile association says that perhaps tue IEwelgbt standard for racing cars may be changed next year but at any rate the American Automobile asaoclatlo will have more height as the aatieMl t fovernlny bodyp postsPrlce1000No 77210 acre farm 150 acres of bottom land all good land can be cultivated every year good meats of every kind 3 room dwelliBg halls and porch 2 good tams 2 cribs meat house buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced A first 1ass farm onehalf mile from Mackville Ky right OB the pike This farm is well improved in every way new 8 room dwelling hottae twit tenant houses good stock and tobacco barns cribs etc This farm nearly all lies well and is tea high state of cultivation This Ujrtrictly a nice place and a chance for some due to buy a nice Home The price Ii right and terms easy Price 950 We also lave for sale a 330 acre farm located 3f miles from Spria field Ky The improvements this place are excellent the dwelli ir being a twostory brick six rooms halls and porches located in a beau tifully shaded yard The bams are firstclass as are all other outbuild ings There is on the farm a good fmltjplentyPrice SJO per acre No 18 80 acre farm located In Marion county good 5room dwelling good barn well fenced awl watered all lies well and convenient to school 2500Iwell every located kind new house and barn all lies well close to good school and all churches Price S3750- 82 75 acre farm 2 miles east of Polln on Wlliisburg pike good dwell ing and barn Price iJOper acre 83 100 acres located 2 miles north of Fenwickj good dwelling and tobacco barn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco land Price 2600 84 06 acre farm located 4 miles east of Springfield Ky good im provement of every kind Land all lies well new place Price J50 per acre 93 50 acres land well located near Mt Zion church all good tobacco land good 4 room dwelling barn 36x40 place well watered good orchard Price 1000 dweIltng2000 106 50 acre farm good box house well new barn plenty of tobacco land right on the railroad Price 1600 107 140 acres located 3i jnHes from Springfield good dwelling and barn all good land Price45 per acre- 108 60acres l ndall lies well small house anTI barn Pride 2400 109 140 acre farm new Improvements of every kind farm ost1 1 Qt iupr- aissIr2 11stweutyflv hliproTe j t 4 S Lone In In MMES CALSWCL LITIV LW tiII valili te PrnTare ninny striking example the value good Vberevcr hate perm It Is found that has been a very In the the ad property says Good Magazhw Among examples this sort Is that Jackson Tenn figures recently published It is shawB that since 1000 the hM lificrMM 5000 In population The reads were through issuing to start with and liav the city so that families are Jtantly reining adlfteUMt coUntlcj wifn the T sH that Mad have Increased iu sees teas from 20 to 100 per CRt rteftity the city has also greatly JB llU In laundering colored e i en yhat the color may be tHy wilL come out brighter If a little htotar M to the last rhwUic wa telcWhew CeW ta All that are tIMtt ass xvaaftd to be very itlf eeher eaTefT hot iron can be are better with cold IIRlHeJM t A little rdi sweet top of a pie jest befere K fc Into the ors wilt It hrewa- rn J 1JMttli1J UlJlud an 1udjer acre 8pvsgIeIgoodbrJi1Ia4 t 1 grassPx1ce30o k f87 Mi acre Mafed t All land Co dl 1fe1 pike jfi5lftoIpikeI Springfield Prlctf500oC90 125 acreU mUsSoQt of Los- isvIlleXy f nice place well improTed sieWell oae free ralilr statlo J 98 140 acre farm locafedHTUU froiB Sprintield Ky right on the f plMe all Ueswell Ooodmllkogood barn and place efl 25 peracre c Jit IOS acre 2f miles JlCitiilnds ofsmUffru It 10 acres creek Price blper acre 101 13 acres 5 miles from Sprinr i leM llawUaU lie4 wen a dwell im prove l dwelling temamt keueec 2 Joarns located right on the pike r+ 990 per acre 200 acre 8 from priaefleld 2V miles from railre4station all good land mostly IK grass 20 acres of bottom good house t and well at house and one at bani Price 103 140 acre good improve of every kind both aii- AtobsccoandbarnallIgrass18acres Of bottom Prl I90i104 250 crefarmT5FelLlmprpYedj all lies well and in rigEtoa the Spris1eidXyteracre tacret TOWM Prcrtyj fJf A beautiful room dweUingOn Main fnewA1f eqUipped two story dwehlist r on Covfngton venue jIstcepkted furnished moderm eauipped withriight and Price i7Su VirginiaAvenuetIAvenu room dwelling om Grasdy Ave 70 ft front 500 ft deep Modem 7 room dwelling located oa Gruadj aremtee water lights nice stable and other out J baildings Price 3590 Four nice cottages located rail ojroad tt To t m y7I rJ 1 For Emertf at Hoirtft ForiheSiockonTh- eFmS1oaresLthimertt 7 t a Is awhole medicine chest Price 25c50c ts OO t Send For frBooklet QtI HorCooIIW DK Eifl StoSn Mus i L I lJ I JCUMBERLAND TEtEPWfffi JREC8 I IIIsrdtotmo lInN and of this Company bIe to talk almost anywh r Southern Indiana touth nt Illinois Tnnsens and Louisiana We can put you quloic and satisfactory bomitnmtofttioft wMte oouyw t able KeylMd flIs ufliur- pass d E tLMI WE rrw stz isy t Tss 1r I There ct of rsods roads been eatljrtep d there great Increase value of jaeeiit the Koftds of of Froar city Improved bonds they advertised much iitroJ11 values increased ciottoes added MMA articles heavree ucd s4eeh d water starch fJMt crtut ut asks flaky tara near Xyt Good farm good wile watered farm trHl jottbm 2 Price 102 farm miles creek barn W208 farm meats stock land grass nicely water udc lot good oa m1 wies Address Boston ttophoiMts you Kentucky MIosIppI tlM II caaMaet- he HRs kiIIt Is a 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