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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r v r t 7BLlS1lE I1nAil Wt J jz 9 SPRINGFIELD I WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 29 19o6 100 PER YEAR j DF0 TRYSTYI ji PRACTICAL 4 DENTISToice srer Haraonjc Barber Pfatil work atraftsonable prices h 11wOtk guaranteed jfcRINGFIELD KY 1 1 2 J HRE r asbgtni ountvS2 niles outh ast Ji uttxinjtoaV S altesfrpb 4otiisvile on Brdstown bianch titya11e and Nashville lailroad ohl I far1BK altd agricultural Two Banks tel graph and telephone IsIexii eli r raills lumber arils Popcatio 11BO popi1atiOn of j 1i vilfe v lteet itTetfMirM Hon p Smith Hodgeni11 K1 Sepresehtativc in Kentucky L sns itufe Hoa W D Claybrooktv Tr cctativ ill State Senate Hot tlm Lancanter Lehanon Kv County lrict r AilRGUITiCOUKT the toarthI- L Circuit Court4begirjn inFehruarVMav 4rni nrfb t H ThurmanJndg urt1 tflnh 3Jr r w- Ro1t licrkt atmJf i Iitrnn M i f RfJjltQUARTERLY COtJRI- Quarterly Court Is keld ou tie third l today in each aipnth f q T4Litsev Judge COUNTY COURl t C1nty Ct urt meets the fottrth 10 oda in ech ut- bBLLitseyJdgC Utw F Booker CoantY C1erk T S MayCmBty Attorney cceCatlett Sailer sdaeyOtltourse SerI imAJlClenott HB Powell HefbertEddlemlinJ t Depatiw C4 Masters JJawes Fl eCO grveY9r T POBryaa AssesliIOr wiTiiick ii t oiertNoe Treasurer I X Mtgtr3r ooro r 7 JW JRaJ8 pt- df Coia- UIIPOI spr1giM 1 CITY COURT Jamrx JL Noe Police Judge Jofcfl iI Grace MarshalItI W Grigaby CityAttorC- JIti JUSTICE COURT Justice Coins are held lnJaa ary ApSl J1011yamd October j fhuj h DIre qry 1 h l METHODIST CHTJECH ReyeG W Lyon Pastor Ser rkceomthe First and Third Snudav Imfwcli month at 11 a ni and 730 p in 1 Swday8chCsoleverySUfldaYatlOai I T Pr yerime intf cyery Wd55dZ aJiht ptj CATHOWCCHURCH 4JevP F Bennessa Pastor Sei vices very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock 3 Services at St Rose sune hour L f 1 CHRISTIAN cluRcHI1t i Rv T 9J nlcutc tnit yery Sunday i RESBYTWA11 OHURCH PthX yyI47t 11 kaayJP Pf ekl every syPrayercetiiII taciat 7 oclock I fI r c gr r ltJ r cIk ker Wm Harri on Williiff Fabt Prea1iiug every Snaday at tt aE Sd 745 pm Sunday School every uiday at 930 a a Prayer meetinf irrr Taeedav efenlHjtatr74S cJock r J s v I Fraternal Orditt t 1 As 16f DIi sprtrm1 bog- o tIJ SO eetf nrt aUf thTrltuJ sl ach month askiiton R A Chapter No 57 wets every second TneBdar JS1fieJcJ CotricIljcsl tT rviiurtW2tuta rclW fTH vtJtui1 M- tf a i r OtEYSif iKIDNEY CUREI WILL CURE YOU r pf any case of Kidney o BUddcr diease that ii not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it atoncc1Jo f aot ri k having BrifhtrDii e e or Diabetes There is- f t ffSMmiof gained by delay 4 1 M iWHl uemTVTJI For lle b1 tclCro iDogStore w r 71TI 1V q JHE NEWSREADER 5 i i 1 r IJJiiilii ii iIiU liirWwi I 1ROUND or TAIKqh l I It1 H IM i e GFbr Thanksgiving 4 l Bythe sign of theMalUng leaf ABd the webbywayof the dell 4jphiace jgySSp r ed sheaf And Che blossonvkhat long since fell B7theoiitiome feeling brought 1raj the thought of the there and then hahksjrlvlnff Is or ought To be in the hearts of mens fromf1 IakestoTarnplsthnd They gather at the bard And many a plowworn hand Is foJded to the Lord With a prayer of a silent sign They lay thV o ertng Idown fT For the oil and cori1tandwine j dron j i What thoughjthe gale beat bard And hurt the fle1dahd fleece They alkefl in HJs regard And found a lone lstircease And the yearsb ear taeKum OfJloomssupplied with thread And menHbtfieir fire snailcomerAud the raven shall be fed f W HE STOCK i4w 1he aw l ant aljp lug fk t 11fl RL Jl g i rtVipd in countyrLi S2goes into effect on DeV 8 h- fiWSWWr t11P rlJtHoi The dislr cis wI1erre law he eqmesenWtivp 6af PffttilViYls SpringfieldJNb 9 land Spring field No dftnner8 jfap attl tC n lu egrses b9gSJ sbeefnd a11otherkinds Iive sockarnust keep same under fence andnofr 1v it to roamtthc public highway a Ieon then ghborscsT- here wIS s tJmeWlielft stOCk lei a wasuota pjJpul ieilt was urged that so mar y poor peopre who owned a cow or a horse were dependent on the iittiie grzing afforded along the- pub1koacp t b1fttV W betefited th trtlf- armer P yq tne other band it seems but jUt alghtL- htthe owners o stock should provide for its care The item of fencing is becoming so great a one in this county now that itisfrfreaIizeithasomethingii 11it be iloneito 4f licve the formers of the burden A maw wbo owns a farm of good land for cultivation and who does not desire to keep stock shud havethe privilege optantingi 4vVyV VV his crop without the expense of 1Iago I soon be like many of the north ern and western states which have a stock law to apply totha entire state Many entire counties in Kentucky have veteda stdcS lawVbci it is only aques tionpjf time when other cdulitieT wi1Ifol1owsuit l1IrW t tr THEtt IN C u n ty ZURNING Tom OBryan iii forms us that the taxable prop ertyof the couaty is being materially increased by the new dog ttax Gonlrairy to the general predctiQn the dog owners are ming squarely to tie f ont and arejdvlng injth irdpgvfor listing as cheerfully as theyi re any 6fJiteir property The dcig tax of One Dollar per dog will amount t2a considerable ja grease inihe revenuer of the tJhi l f j- qml the number J voter on oJ iJfS iltvjerspj V ecpiiniy T Juct s that lhcba eore tltt t1ir1lrbexf iore lJgttgx lpaid than there wIlt b p Il- ifAXPs f r hy reason mt iiy av- n4mer ftse whr re lit rl is Qiui oonvdevi who has Jh himself and dog Ui b9 rsp nsi nhl j JD II from ps tfuv ipJ1 qUe it nit t8 cuff whjJi frl- S toO i4Ti e r Ylor fa lure to tiC a er to he pu u the hdii quent 4t wii ie a i1 Uf4b ll f th 110rh aJl Jw jQ h prov dd4 for oa nten b t c un y o oss csini if Ogs kiiii g tw eri iuJ re tg the wa atidseves uciitia fnshaft already been farmers tileiS oy Washingt- On 1r tyNTERESTED The large crowd of farmers to turn out I Monday to hear tln 20prpsun a tive oJ ths American Sqdtv of Equity tell pf HJelplan of or gatiizatio qfthVlK bacco gtfjw ers xas 3 agood lnricationir t e intresV bing manifrsted icmovement in this county jRhe orgariilatidn is meeting wity suc cs ih te- rrte tobac- cx tr I ir district at1J he- rnovelni tPm t0f fa torin CJlt6rt tIi io- btcctmarLet Stiihttt s necessarily mov sliiJytid ai thougH it mv ha Iittre ate to fe2perfCiti uy in tim o b come ef tf4cti e lor his eagons crop I o tTi ought much god toay vet be acompHshMd by tirau Ia ing prices For years I starved then boujjtjt at cent bottle of Kodai Dy pepsa Cur dvhatthe bottle benifitted mali thepbldfini Geonia could not bny I keptbn taking it and in two months I vntback to niy wbrk as nrachiniatyn three months I wqs as- a well apdhirty as 11e eZJlfB 1 ffndibtunic May yo- uperbNCoeII lcttiga9a p RdingG- Aug27O KOdrihi8 sold 1 4mock laYdon Farm For Sal- e25DacreIl located 60 acres creeicibottom 30 acr sinjtey timber 12o acres m grass land all lays well good dwelling with 7 rooms good tenant house two barns 40 by CO both new three never failing wells This place is subject to division would maKe two nice places Conven ilent to church school and railroad station Price 5400 furtherparIiticularsi call on- MCELROY WHARTQN JJeat Estate Agents 7uit Filed 1 Mr H P Cooper has filed a suit in the Marion Circuit court torMrf R B Lancaster tile younizest son of tile late HBLancaster aerainst the executors of R B Lancaster the execu tord of S P Lancaster and Celia Mudd of Nelson county torecover 8000 which belonged tothe plaintiffs mother at the time of her death quid which was n the hands of his father as a trust fund at the death of thei latter aud handled bv him a = agtn The petition charges thatthis money was a trust fund and that tne large tract of land claimed hy Celia Mudd under the will of the las1S P Lancaster was acquired by tho latter from R B Lancaster deceased after th5 croation of said trust and for that reason tn land is subjeetto this claim Falcon FaMs StriKc Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kirgs New Life pms When liver and bowels go on strike taey quiclf ly settle the trouble and the purifying worlfr goes right on Best cure for constipatin headache and dizziness 25c at C J Hayd ris druggistsi NeW Burley 1 V dv c s frosu incirnhti ay that the newlrop o ob ceo is Weak Lungs Bronchitis For over sixty years doctor 0 haye endorsed Ayers C Pectoral for coughs JierrJIweak hngs bronchitis sumption You can medicine the best doctors approve 1 Then trust this the nr time you have a hard cout The belt kind of atestimonial Void ior over sLxti yours Ibde br J Ayer Co towell rau Also nunufieturar of 9 SARSAPAE- 1LLA1J01Q kCJC tWi han no I8cret1 We pub1l1h the foranlM of all our modtd1eg regulardI aiiMle slow comitg n the mar ket this Lust ypar this time tbere having been offered on the breaks 28 hogsheads of too new 1905 tobacco The tardiness with which this years poduci i4htng pi f d iIO is due pHbabT to the ad verse weather otilitktis that hvd1pPavafled- atI n S trC1nSCftib tobtCto gLo In i regions this fal1 Thef rh i por s come from all parts of the country i qtlt tubacoo has bee 1 fxcddi glv b ckward jh curing IlaMJuWS bavetutiiIIirlifes wifanen d Iii sifting thf ir y e d in trood ndinf 4v ihe Unrkelrrhe tiI loj hud of of new tohacco to he uldiin CujCMinati t ds year was offered at the Globe WH eh use Thurdav II wets a ti inline lettt Hf Ws Virgin tobiCC in splendid1 keeping order a d shotted plenty oIf eolir It was gold for J10 hundred pounds a most sati fa tory p icejI nw iobcc Htt thsea of t e vr It itcon Kius n i4rablm Jlurei I te balaiiQapE she 1906 ir op is bfjidg td friii the sauipi thdt has c roce did it bny rs wib hose n cause to complain r llu quality r Y 1 c + t Mq Happy fofLifa J urjat n ppiness cane nto the home of Ji C Blair school super iniendi nt at St Altians W Va when his little daughter was re s ored from the dreadful cern plaint he names He says M liMle da ghler had Sk Vitus Dance which yielded to no trtat merit but grew steadily worst until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three lojtles effected a compete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general debility female weaknessesj impoverished blood and malaria Guaranteed by C J Haydpus i drug store Pi ice jiOc InsnityI In county court Wcdnesdt mrtiug Mis jlmn Tjcti Rtan tvs adjudged iosani and pitlei ed sent tto the asylum Tin case was an except lotaUy sad oje the proof showing that iu sanity vas the direct r suItor religious excitement Drs Galdwell and Forsytho wer very pObitive in heir statementttliat Mrs Wkkfnhi nis ccnd t iun was wholly tbe Jesuit of u saivtificatioin protracted theeV nig liijld a fu weeks aigo within af w yards of 1ber home at Nevada Tnoy wgreort that the iifLsew s a very piMnounced one presenting inan touching phs eS of jewel y iiiillinfefy glovs aLd other adornments Mrs vvckershaiu iis the dau her of Mr Neil Terli ime an- Ieducited hrd ctmrmiui woman 1andmother Slufe hs several smut chidren Her hosbrtnd xvat C ndidate for assessor at the last county primary and is pif of tlm best knQwn and most popuRir oung rnn in the county he Profound sympathy of the community goes outto them HarroascuW Democrat A Yuar Ut BIOBJ TM year 1908 will Jong be re iihberpd iin the home of F N- JUCIt J Qf A It flee Ky as fl yrofbodf Iiwheh flowed soc piIS frvra Mr Tttckets lung thai iea h seemed very nell Ha wi iies Scvrre bleed linir from theludgs and a right fit r uylr ad brought me a deaths door when I bpgan taking Dr Kings New Discovery fo Consu mption with theaston Ishing result that afteri taking completelyIr stovtl l imd as timn hasp oven p tnlwJycpd Guri1 1t rSoru TlilC OllghSI ar f ld atG J Hft drllgJnnv Price 50c and 1 Tri bat free 4 t clh jh Y4y4ri Ky aay- tuU1Ujut1yg 1fvft a utdJcurcubwiiic 1UJLU m that Ajtim lUlL tmnn cOUld POS OIr be satuu It is the only rerayty I have ever used tha will cure hog cholera Some of these hogs were so sick I had to drencH them7wlth the remedy but I did not loose a hog Sold and guaran SprIngfieldKj REMARKABLE Young Joe Smith Loses His Voice for Eight Months Suddenly Recov ers It Joe the tweIveearrj1d son of viIr WR Smith living a few miles from town furnihes a re markable incident for the doc ors to ponder oyer He was totally unable c use his voice for eight mon hsand as sudden ly 2coveied it after puzziiqg the physicians who were called to attend him About eight menths ago yobng Sm tb was suddenly deprived Of the power of speech His yccai organs appeared to be parah zed from som mysterious cause ant- IC was unable to articulate a ound Physicians were con suited and he was treated for throat thuble but without effect and hi condition was a sour of great distrnss to his parent although the boy suffered ro pan He siiiplyeoud not speak except in a whisper The d c tors w re frefT to iclrnwledae th t they ere h filed Th solu ion ot the mystery as brought about byth biy himself ontTday last week wh n in a fit of coughing he cough d up a too h cf a comb ab ut ic half inch long It had beer lodged ia his throat all the time L1hei happened Immediately after releiving himself of Ihe obstacle he young man rig1ned the use of his voice and is suffering no ill effcts of tli9 incident PGBLiSALEs At mv place four mies froa Springfield on the Springfield and Willisburg turnpike andI tout a mile arid a half backt from the road I wi lon Fridayy NflTember 803 01906 AT 1 OCLOCK p M offer for sale tIle following two brood work mares one aged work horse one buggy horse one yearJngfilly two milk cows onocow and calf three yearling fiulves one Jersey heifer 22 sheep one or two fat hogs ibou 500 bushels of corn tlAO buggies two sets of harness one two horse wagon mower and binder and other farming implements and housholcl and kitchen furniture sAlso about seven dozen puiv bred white leghorn beLs and a few cocks and cockrtls PEIusIsAll SUpS under 10 cash over that amount oh a credit of six months 2t MRS NANNIE LEACIIMAN DJY and rO d Cpmmlsslon s Rort The Minnesota Dairy and Food Commissions analysis shows that Kciiuci ya Laxativo Honey and Tar and Bsoa Laxotive Honey ant Tar contained opiates and croton oil Opiates ars poison and croton oil is n violenti poisonous purgative Refuse to accept any but FolcyrJ Honey and Tar in a ytlJow package Folpyd Hotter and Tar contains no opiate or dan crots drugs and iuthe btst 4tn fh sid cold cure At the Red rOSS Drag Store 1Extra Session Costly IfCoy Bcckbam hasnt asked our advice on ihe subject but vr will give it toi him unasked anl without price Do no call up vxtra sesiicn of the Legisla tu uss vou are vcry sure iho ot jct d r ired can be attuin ed Hl1member how larg ana joiy of the legislators agreed Unit a chn e in the cspit il sitf was t Oe5 uy and the fair rctrLence tto then recall how much i ppos tion was put up by t e feiows wlwI wanted the 5 p r diuin and ijpw ong it tool to acn tth drsireJ end A large par of the law makers areI mol who di not regard thepar- t diem as a very valuable confcid c ration but there area sufficient numbbrwbu do to block legi4 tion almc t indefinitely Sneaking individually and for the rpopie of Frankfort we a ihYou SHOULD Know ALUMS W srWORK Some of thelnjiirious effects of Alum are daily giving it to their GheapBaking What Mother would So 50 fi she only kii W Alums Worst Work is its early harmfull influence on the childs digestive organs Positively Never should Children of tender years be required to eat jit in their food Secure ybur Children against Alum i their food I AVOID AlrVH 4StippaRig ROYALBAKING GapCream IaIa 4 should be gjad to fcevj the Legia ature convened in extra session ft woud enliven matters and let ne1LfltJo1cyfl irove a mistake The proba biity that the body would meet expectations is rather remote and so uncertain as to warrant the investment of the taxpayer money to the extent of 100 a lay a doubtful proposition The Geq ral Assembly costs about hat amount daily when in sess ipn and in this case we hardly think the game is worth the can dle Frankfort Capital Tas bet treatiiiant for indi tioa and troubles oft stomach is to rest the stomach It can be rested by starvation oaby the use of a good digestant hich will digest the ford eaten thus taking the work off the tonjach At the proper temperature a single teaspoon full of Kodil Will rhqlly digest 3000grafns of fooa It relieves the prevent annoyance puts the stomach in shape to satisfactory perform Its functions Good for ini Jigestton sour stomach flatonces palpitbtion of the heart and dyspep sia Kodol is made in strict conform ity with the Fatlonal Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Smock Hai don Wholesale Arrests Attorney General N B Hays made a brief visit to Lexington Ust atujd y and pent most of tbe tiujc with H BvRoss an at- tOrney who was the Tiexington manager ofrtne Hays campaign during ihe receut primary election It is understood that Mr Hays will make vigorou3 efforts to carry out his anti election threat top U into the penitentiary twelve hundred voters in Lexington who he believed were illegally registered and his conference with tolneyRoss Wa4 for the purpose of an anging preliming stops for the prosecution Every since the election Mr R FS has been busily engaged in preparing affidavits for arrests in these cases and it is said wholesale anests will be made as soon as the affidavits are secured t It is rumorel I that warrants will be issued not only against thoe who it is alleged were legaljy registered but against a i umber of ward workers who it will be charged violateJL the law on election day It is bv those who claim to be statedII confidence of the Attorney Gen eral thatt sinilar prosecutions will be instituted in a large num ber of other counties ot the state Lexington Observer IeI SIn istLlUcr a roc to 1mbltlol Yba cannot Accomplish very much If your liver Is inactiv as you feel dull your eys are heavy and slight exerticn exhausts you Orioo Lax athe Fruit Syrup stimuates the liver and bowels and makes you feel bright and active Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is very pleasant to take Orino IB more effective than pills or ordinary cathartics Refuse substi tutes Sold by the Bed Cross Drug Stooe Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction Gity Ky the only company in the state that makes any claim of paying its losses in full iy Good for everything a salve Is used for and especially recommended for pile That is what we say of DeWIttfl Witch Hazel Salve On the market foryoars and a standby in thousands of families Get Dej Witts Sold by Smoek Haydon a of of a n a KUUC wilh s c Ierw eMr I 1 J You cannot catch old bIrds with chaff You cannot snare wearer Cros aett hoes with fairy tales Its ftim downright ease the free fun walking that make one Croeeett always Croeeett with men every wherecRoSETT v3so SHOE4OO MAKES LIFES WALKISASY trEADS JweaJet LkpthwsWi4lsIJ says4si nMlftefd LEWIS ACROSETTIiicKOTpAlI tOHMAI FORSALEBY W T LEACHfMNI aiium1UBSCR 1JOIl LOO4YRAR ltI fIJ1frGI ssSw INCIDENT Mothersrunconscious JJ == Exhausts SoiL 4 f fv l f a It is perhaps a fact that is not generjlly known to the rafrk and file of the army of workers e engaged in the tobacco iindastrj that totacco as a crop tends tto exhaust the soil where it is grown faster and to a greater extent than acy other crop To fl baccd as a crop is depreciated by the better agriculturists in consequence of iits exhausting character In the early his oriof Virginia the light lands ot5 eastern countiesi were cultivated in tobacco extensive shipments to Englatd being made from towps on the Chesap ake long since abandoned Leg than a century of tobacco growing corn pletely exhausted the coast counties and I ftthe towns mansions and church n thatIonce flourishedthere buried in forests of new pine IF A wellknown authority bafl the followingto say in rtatd tto the depredations of tobacco on the lands fertility in ctrtain iI sections t Tobacco exhauats te land J beyond all otaer crops As proof of this every hoaMcad from the Atlantic border to the head of tidewater is a mourna t 1 moonument It hastthe t bosom of destruction which Ms tl swept over this once fertile f fIntelligantf ton of fertilization ihowevi f come this condition In Many id tt1 t ization hadfeceived m ch atleii jtionWestern Tobacco Jour nal l ii icAtlil tion iofolviDg the reaapVal pe raII 4 malignant u cer at large a hand from iIoy daif httrihfj q8Sq tion of BucklE ins Arnica lyitt says A C Stickel of Mil tiw V Va Perilt at iWeoc iihe i Salve lfeLr iucuacs Cuts Burns ad1ijsrie ajatO J didaa 4rugCiL t rare Jrelltlllt l rr keys frS+ n0 4 Beaded bl821o TOWI six months oli t a pi iitiwfin r and from the bHsvJM wNU fards of KtucIry u Jhir nish gobblers IMIbeLlto akii- ataeasocable i price t 4 MrsRAMclaew RFDZh Sprsit1s d Kro Wi 111i W oll o4fi f iII il nil Yti OM 0l1i ei ilC1r iCM 10 USI Immae and children oea bs Ml 4- atrrrderaeco3tfrom bbs slixk cf fr itt Mrs WiiHal V rJ g w c pr p J114LfAOrUI I PUtLfIDT TIU DAY 1 A YEAR Wi ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD KY Ii tt L U DAVISON Jru Local or teMfMps aotlces 10 ceats par a lauU IrWe iu I i t pelItii4Pifttte i1Cmlii r kb fiiiirIs HM at low rates bat cub JriatiulaeJhel c1cu3s- a sag eotraets ade on liberal erJtHI hnTIN a rutiou ofrespect Mipae XH t350 t J1 icoo lEe C TUDAYNOV 22 1906 cJ A lCkJJ MIM Len Epperson spent SuY1 withJ isi yerna Rogers IMiisMyr11 Lo sdon is visit iiifUWBM Baxter at Dugans viup tvO vWOder and wife spent E t4a7 With the family oIJ H 5 1 ttajw Jtt Mackville k Fill Russell of your town T lrurViUage Sunday after i itogsdon has re ttarii d home from Springfield If aftafewweeksstay t 1iLulaj Epperson and AwSWlEiley were the pleasant isgnats of Miss Hattie Bowles t t Satiny and SundayshMrSifor1 Logpdon has sold his imleret in the store at this plato C W Ode Hiaa Settle Shew maker visited i beifaiefer Mrs Will Nalley the rJ firajtcf the weekrJl Mh Joe Matlingly spent Sunp f dlt wlth his sister Mrs J B I t Sh wmaker t kiss Jennie Logsdon is visit l i inger aunt Mrs James Willet t Pleasant GrovedI Mr Jessie Robir son and wife fi visited at the home of Dan t t BogerSunaySMrs W G Adams is able to r be out again after a fewdays ill ess State of Ohio City of Toledo ss Lucas County Jnlratk T Cheney makes oath that heis aeniyr partner of the firm ofF tji Cheney Co dqing business in thet I ityof Toledo county andstate afore w aald aid that said firmwill pay the r1 SUJI of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor ana everfcase of Catarrh that be cured by flails Cuteh ffeach Frank J Cheney to before inc and subscribed 4hi my presenc f his 6th day of Decem 5ber A D 1886 Ar Gleasonu tsal notary u blicd SHalls Calarh Cure Is tajcen inter nelly and acts directly on tne blood I mriptnuct us surfaces of the system send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo 9 Sold by all druggists 75cL r Takc Halls family Pills for consti patloD Mt Zion Echoes Quite a number from here at tanded the sale of Mr Presltfn Neal near Bloomfield last Thurs c day Miss Grant Hays is a visitor other sister Mrs Martha Grit 1 ham in Louisville Miss Bach BOLt ha re torned frow a weeks visit to herl sister of Sprngfield The announcement was made by our pastor Rev Alaxw 1 that protract d meeting will be gin at Mt Zion Dec 1st Rev Harris of Louisans will assist fcRev Maxwell Everybody is cordially invited to attendt Master Jim Hays Taylor who T is attending school ht Birds town spent Saturday and Sun Sday at nome Mis o Earnest Neal and d ugb ler Mss Cludia were guests ol Mrs Preston Nea Thursday r Mw Bel Semones of Har Iv 7V rodsburg was the pieksant f gnest of her siterirl wMIs r H B Bon a afe days last week r b Mrs Sue Williams and charm p lng daogbter Miss Lydia sp tt Sunday with Mrs Joe Hays As Th bird law is out we can r hear the leport of guns eve y dy and hunters are g dbS plenty of g me r ttingI LMISS Lydia Williams 10 Sbeen spending several weeks t KWifh relatives in Bar stowl has i v returned home- The Tattlers c J- Give children a ra ey sth- a Splsaant taste Dont force nnpleas aat Baedkine down their throats iIYMdY Lajtktivc containing r 1JQM7a d Tar s m ust pleasant toI t1e Children like it a id as a nIfor oldlli c ugb tic tbee s MithiBf better ldr opiates Con- t forios to Katipral Pure food an Ifl D ag Law Sold tty Sn ocfc Haydon r J f MMtoBwth Bronze Turkeys t 4 a1otli Bronzeturkeys with Urtlpi of breed ug and mtrk f itfx ra fine birds firn prio i wiaaiiifBtcck Pa rs t r inore h ntAjBfUted t For large size bg boM9aitd nine plumage wnte- MM I ic WP Mei itt JrF r Sirnxaeld Ky I u S Santa I Claus 4t At Hertlienss A big assortment of Toys with wtrch to please the children Make the little jcnes happy by rovidirg a few simple toys for vskristmas See our Doll Window Dolls old and young large and small dressed and undressed at prices to suit all Conrad Hertlein Hardesy Schoolhouse Mrs Miner Parish and daughter Misses 0 He and Luia pent Monday with Mrs Luther Cash Sam Geodlelt and wife of Springfieldvisited his father at his plact Sunday MrJ B Gray and wife have to their home after a leasant vibifci with f real vEs ci Mercer count Born to the wife of Jess Week ley a fine boy 1IrtSallie Goode ttandt pringdMra Emma Yancey oft Midway spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Lucy Salem Mrs Sarah Gray returned to her home Monda after several daughtertMMr J R Grays house came ar being destroyed by fie Sunday aftornoOn Mr and spendheneighbcrhenGrays attention in the direction ofQhome seeing smoke coming ou all around the houss she- astely summoned thelp The tovefell through the floor just as they entereJ the door but the hous was saVed by the skilful e of the bucket an3 no grt damage wasdone atI On Looker i NOIIGE Hunters are hereby given warning not to hunt on my place All trespassers will be prosecuted JOIIN Y MAYES Brcckinrid eg Mr Virdel Hornby attended the MastersPerkins weddings Wednesday the 21st Mr Wade Wells and fathers spent Sunday with Mr Matt Wells of Tatham Springs The heavy rain of Monday tho 1 =19 ih caused Lcng Lick creek to de more domage than it had in tif eea vears before Mr William Homan and wife and Mr John Homan and sister visited Mrs AlvanOwen Satur day and Sunday Mr George Yocum moved in ti the hojse wifh Cutsinger brothersSMissNoaa Quenn is visiting relatives In SpringfieU this weekHunting and tobacco stripping seems to be in full blast Hurahfo hankgfvinit is almost heyei It is time for the turkeys to he hiding away Vr Steve Bak4r sold his to bacco onlhe stcr to Mr Johr Hiys at 7+ cents per stick mss 7 etta Bishop was the gust of Mrs Garrid Haydon Wednesday iTo Case ofPnenmonla uu Record We do not krow ala single instance woer a tough qr cold resnltel in pneumonia or consumption when Fbleys Honey snd Tar had beeu ta ten It cures cough and colds perfectly so dopqt take chances with some unknown preperatlon which may contain Opiates which cause consti pation a condition that retards r covery rom a c ldAlk for Foleys Honey and Tar and retuse any tub stltute offered At the Red Cross Drugstore Valley Hillr Mr Sam Montgomery of near The Bridge has remov ed to the farm of Mr S P Der ringer of this place Messrs D B and S G Red dix will shortly remove to the farm of Messrs Houston of Maud for thaensuing year Mr Enoch Crow of Maud was attbei home of hist sister Mrs Wm Guess of this pa Tuesday Mr and Mrs J W Tucker Springfild visited relatives in ths section Wednesday Miss Tiny Reed one of Hi Is idaughtersisMr Jerome Wbhner amid family of near LaiuuiU Springs visited relatives here Sunday and MonJay rMrsW F Moran visited her- atherwhbI is dangerously ill from effects of cancerous ulcer ations Sunday Mr and MrsJ R ONeal visited their daughter Mss Sam Montgome y of this place Sun dayeMr Earnest Goatley visited friends at Pleasant Run Sunday Mrs TB Baker and charming daughter Miss Sue of Hills boro visited relatnes in this isection Monday Many from this section attend- Ed the A S of FL speech at the MlndayIi R ddix Monday pur for aerg- irlThe suqcea of the A Sof E deems asured Nothing better for the farmer Corn gathering is the order of greatlydamaged The roads in this sec ion aiv in a very bad shape for winter travel and should be remodeled The tobacco crop which is generally inferior is being strip ped and prepared for sale Unusually low prices range in this section Mr Edd Boblelt has sold his crop of tobacco to the American Tobac Co at Springfield at lOcper pound trDo offJ EI 1Jn0S I WINTER CLOTHES 1 rli i f r- i IWe hvo bee n adding to trr stock o- fMens Clothingu- ntil now we f haveStyles and Prices to suit everbody Over= Goats and Suits with style and tit 1We especially invite the Ladies toinspect our stock of voaKs and Raincoats iie take a qcclal pridei in our Shoe Departmentana willis antee good values for the money both iin Men and Littaie Sbces II Grundy Mclntire SS 9 I ic V Tatliqm Springs The sick in this community are all convalescent except Mrs Ada Royalty wbo we are sorry to say is no betterSThe river was higher at this place last we k thin it nas been for yeas It was in set era buildings Was 18 inches deep in Mr Isaac Johnsons store he thinks his loss on the account of- high water is about 400 or 500 There was a large crowd at church here Sunday toteirRev Hatchet preach There will be services here all day Thursday Tnanksgivingday Mr Willeiboulter has moved from near this place to Sweett Home Mr Mark Dadman sold a crop of tobacco to lames Keeling at 7t cents Westley poster sod a crop to the same at 7J cents Mr John Royalty had ta very narrow escape last wee He fell from the roof of his dwellins house sprcined his wrist hrhis head and bruisedhim up con side ably Mr Edd Yocum and wife at tended services here Sunday Mr Enoch Masters and Miss Bessie Perkins were married las Wednesday Nov 21 Thf writer extends ccii gra ulations Mr John Goff and family visited relatives in this commun ity Saturday and Sunday Mr Westley Coulte sold his farm to Mr William White Price unknown Mr and Mrs Sparrow of rear Tohnsvillp was the guest of theit on ancLdaughter Mr and Mrs Isaac Johnson Hyacinth- Notice to farmers Jfowisthe time to begin to use tfrbon Hog Cholera Remedy if on want t 0 keep your hogs free from disease We will sell you a gallon of this remedy you can use it for thirt days and if it does not keep your hogs in perfect health during this time you need not pay for the mcdi cute Isnt this the fairest proposition you ever heard of Costs only 5 cts per month for each hog and the extra gain in flesh caused from its use more than pays for the cost of the remedy C J Haydon Springfield Ky WIlisburS Mr Davis Bohon of Harrods burg was in our tcfwh Ias5 Saturday bu business Mr Evan S R PS of Louis v lie spent several days as gust of Wm scott last week in iin tcres of buyjng tobacco Mr Enoch Masters and Miss Bessie Perkinsr two popola young people of this icinity ere qurely married on last Wednesday evening at thb home of Rev J A Sims Miss Attereen Riley Virgil Handb were the atednents May 303 be ever theirs Mr Chas Blahton of Boston was the guest at Engtewobd the home of W S Gibbs Satur day and Sundsy Mr B F Mcllvoy and sort of Sweet Retreat II spent Sundar with Mrs Mary Mcllvoy Thos Vandivier of Harrods hurg was the pleasant guest of Miss Mattie Brown Suuday Mrs Hetry Cooksey and father J A Sutton and Carl Stapp of Butlaod wero visiting re atives here Saturday and Sun lay Robek Sims and W R Sims att ndetl the M W Lodge at Dugansville Saturday night We were very much slIcked to hear of the sad news of our friends death Miss Maggie Thompson We feel we have tost a fnei d who has worked with uin public and her placp vacant which can never be filled Weextend pur deepest sympathy t those who ara left ta mourn herdcaih- R y Lowen preached tto a large audience at this placer las SundayS e VirgeRtnsdal has been coon fined to her room for the pit week with t nsilitis r G F Biirhans Testifies After four Years GD Turbans of Carlidle Center N Ywritcs About four sears ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe lIfidhcy trouqle Hv taking leas than twv bot ties of Fyleys Kidney Cure It en tirely stopped the brlcR dust sediment and pain and spniptoms of Kidneyi Ciseane diesapearcdi I am RId to nay thaa I never hall return of any fourlyearsevidently cured to sav curc i and heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kid- y or pladdy trouble Sold by then d Cross DrUg Store Trees Plants Vines =Our general catalogue ofr Fruitt and Ornamental Trees Ever greens bhru Grape Vm s Rhubarj Agparagu Smail Fruits etc is now reaay on application We employ ro Agenti but sell direct to the pi inter H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexfqgtov Ky ItoWItts ritca2s Se c1 FII P11i rurs Ccws i T I A GOO- DBUSINESSI FOR SALE t tw Ravine made up my mind to go into otherbusinssI17I hae for sale my business here which I wlltseU gi right Anyone thinking of going iinto business will do y J well to call and sae me te SThis Is one of the best stands in town aLd the man that pets it will surely do well I C W HAGAN j i SPRINGFIELD KY L tr BIO FACT Gentlemens tDiamond Brand- Dress Shoes Labor statistics show that we pay the highest wages to shoemakers in St Louis because we require the best ship there is workmanjj This means that we get the best workers and we find that the best is the cheapest in the end The combination off the finest workmanship with the idealassorting and grading of leather made possible by our making many classes of shoes has resulted in our makingmore fine shoes than any other House in the WestSIn our dress shoes from 350 to 600 you will find the leather of the finest t texture the lasts the Tery latest and best fitting and the Iworkmanship the 4flORS highest grade 1M WE MAKE IifSHOES THmWOWf HQUEGm IIIII Ak V brVA HINTS FOR FARMERS FlnlLe Sheep Pay One of ou oldest and BetIIful breeders nnd Vlass stock told me some ago that after many years experience In handling horses cattle sheep and pigs he found his best profits greatest pleasure and satisfaction In the sheep division of his business And well may I Indorse his statement as for many years my comparatively smut hockl has produced for me more p 0it than all else on the farm A mistake of many In our country Is the selling of butchers lambs In the fall at a small price while by feeding on well ror some four to six months longer the value can be easily doubled and the iquuirupJedJohnCampi urlst f Iloriie Fncla There Is such a thing as feeding too lucb While the horse does the hardest work he should hare the best care Dont think that you can raise the lji st horses by feeding on corn as a grain ration They need grain that will produce bone and muscle Horses which are fed Improperly sro subject to colic Overloading the stomach on coarse feed and work is lust what causes tt Remember that the horso has a small stomach and feed accordingly On idle days lessen the amount ef grain The system cannot utilize aa much food when itlIeE J Waler tripe In National Siockmnu Grain For Pig ou Gras There Is no way in which a shote caa be made to pain so fust sby feeding corn or other grain In connection with grass A little soaked corn fed dally white the shotes are on clover puta OB weight at an astonishing tilts anti quickly puts the animal In marketable condition Feeders should cmember that no one kind of feed Is LS good fed alone as when combine with one or tWQ other kinds of feed Both grass and corn are natural and excellent hog feeds but neither one Is as good alone as when combined with the other Corn makes Cnt very fast when the system Is In a healthy thrifty condition and no tii Ing equals grass as conditioner Wisconsin Agriculturist flinging Hoc Breeding stock bogs that are kept from year to year must be ringed If kept cm pasture and they will do no good without pasture sayj J A Doble In National Stockman Pigs that are furrowed In fall grown in winter and finished in spring when the ground in soft should also be ringed But those that come In spring are not large enough to do any great damage until midsummer By this time the pasture is so dry aid solid that tlleywlll do but little mischief from that time oa unless hoary rains should come- The Pig Ie Cleanly The pig by nature Is one of the lean qst of animals and In internal construe tlon resembles the human being mor closely tlilU auy other animal What wonder then It is that we hear of so much disease when thoy are kept under such filthy conditions Us we so often sec Give them clean healthy cur roundings anti we shall hdar very little of disease and they will be to us the money making machines they have- proved themselves R T Archer la American Cultivator Orchard CultureIThe fruit experiment station at You tain Grove Mo has long tested the advantages of orchard culture and the condition of crops In recent years will continue this work It has andI found that a crop which will cover soil durIng August and September will be a great advantage It Is not advlsa Me to plow this crop under until spring for If allowed to remain on the groundI during the winter It will serve protection lb Molauea and Straw A great many farmers cut all their straw last year Dud fed It with black r strop about one cupful of molasses mixed with water to five head of iflt Ueivst pflA1flaTTp1 i SIflS TAYLORS REPAIR SHOPM- ain Street next to Leach mans Furniture Store Prepared to do Harness Re pairing Shoe repairing make picture frames mend guns pis tols sharpen saws and jcniyM furnish sewing machine repairs fix your bIcycle ind clean and press clothes t My Work is bwaMeed Geo B Taylor Here is our cosdeaed oplalon of the Origional Laxative Couch Syrup Nearly all otqer cough ayrapa are couiMpatip especially thoM COB taming opiates Kennedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar moves the bo well Contains no opiates Conforms to the National Pure Food nd Drug Law Sold by Smock A Haydon lewi now isi cvu merea very MniTko torjvas it induesthe cattle to MttM food up well Ontario Cer 4msitCultivator Second GrwtJa Clrer The second growth clover Cer Aay should bo cut when In full ret bloew with but few brown headi aad cared In the cockr says L w Ltgaty la National Stockman It should never bi sun dried as that renders the lass and better parts so brittle that allch to lost in storing Tli Ckeckrela Use the checkrela with a little COBK mon len e used properly It will hold the bead on the level and prevent sore sboulden aa the celkr presses on the whole sbeuMer whea the head Is on the level The aataral level with some horses Is higher thaa with others Car of Dairy VtUUI Sunlight and pure air are the cheap set and most effective mean of Ikes 4 Cm FUk Any number of person can play this game One persom Is JtDd H stands in the middle ef Ute leer IIIgives each one a number thea M1i4Ftsh and gives a nuWber of eae of the persons lie counts vy te tea cad If the person whose ausaber Is called does not tell a kind of lab Mere the one tbafs It counts tea he t ItIThe game progresses ea a4 tWt ea e who tIs If may say Aa1aa1Isect etc The same thtef caaaot be Earned twice If se the potion who says It Is If Ovtal v tet be Iass A single weed atJiu Heir eeea te attack and kill caterpillar which acI tually Irrtlghed as macb as twasity seven of its eppoaeats The Arlrer ants of central Africa at tbmes musk through the forest Ila solid cc4msawi hundreds of yards wide They Mop s5l nothing Whatever k la their way S covered with savage bwects wfcsM powerful jaws bite like Ire JL Oakhas been found devoured sat sfcelrtea ired by these restotless iMecIs IIletter D like a sUsr7 Because It fellews the sea C When is a clock ea the stair 4amftr one Wheallt ruse 4 wa Why Is a Wl4hea4e4 mm ttke a hurting dog He swkes a lltttt hhr bare go a great way NaTal 1ads cMII- r The state catch vse4 hy Ike MS of Spain Is drawa hy e4sM pw iharMS with white plamtea a 4 wWIi harness jJ Jrooo ooOooOOOOoc yS- I Q LJ I A Big Stock J E J I J O Furniture I 1 t QRockenrsI Fine Rugs 8 8Come8 t Anything in the furniture lino you want J can furnish andaye1pn money Q c Trade at Home And Sak Money w L LEACHMA N c THE FURNITURE MANS 8L8 SIBUCKEYE LEAF TOBACCO WAREIIOUSE 717 East WMenSL CtadMiii OWt W A BRADFORD CO W A Bradford QtikenWrryINDEPENDENT Salon ratronscmrefullypers 150 per hogshead for all tobacco consigned to us and equalize freight with Lonisf iUe We respectfully solict yourSbusin Phpn Man 2681 I rr14SS- 1is L r- IIrLS S- wp t ummiistttsiiiti1 Time FliesF Is ax old adage Its a big jump thowgh from the time of the first clock to now Bridge the 4 chasm and5 what have you The first clock crude the one of todayalmost a chronoMeter Accurate Clocks and Ekfaaf Jewelry 1is1 at my jewelry store rae1f i j ock r efiect my being expert iteel cting a jewelry stock T9 say money buy from me If James J Graves j r 1 i EUiS i Ii f IJJLMIeNJCMTuiiey j W lejenaH t i 1 1 mutGrs Mlwtfacturing Co ft r trIr Mlllrldlms If r- f UInnss JIBJJ 1Sthpp ork 1 i H i Jpi1 Ireparjsdtodoalkiads li oF reyairiiif r to Haii Mt SaddU etc 1 hand Made Jirness a Siitoiiltj i t II WaN SIred Nssr Ic kpsl SMSjeiWf KY kcrcpt r I 1HAVEJ l i iIII iJfIII1et mimcuVk you wkt 1f THE BEST MADE lltJ = ia all wgft mt iMncct AW kp a fvl KM of iF ci YdOnlviI CORNER DRUG Ed I ar ji 1iI suuut1t SSUS1UttUmlltlULU The first NatfoNl Balk 1 aPDGT1LA5IT- 1iM sasi ie srIyPr Ns iimOFFICERS 1 LLlteay PrMWeat J kW Lws fnc4F tUt tlA c McElroy CMUcr 14 1nllM QMMtr X E Fwter BoekrlCMpcr IL JIPllIII AMt k por DIBJCCTORS1 1W WUeji J W twfe W D OtojiwMtw T Ma 1 es LK E41e1etHX Insody 3 iO PlO t N WegraMever7fZ rce4siteatwitksf Tiue1 rUeliuaJu1 JJ1111 IJ Ar c fkI 01 J I BURTOK- WUNDCNT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN- t Oyciffagan Block up stairs r SPRINGFIELD KY tAlL Dental Work Strictly j l Firstclass J t DR J CMUDD j Pijddin and Surgeon t c Offices over Haydons Drugstore t Jplampto M D Office in Opera House 0 r Office Phone No fi Residence No 38 Wp F GRIGSBY r ATTORNEYATLAW t Office over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY J B KoBARDS M W FYATT RoBARDS ftflYATT PBJsiciansind3nrgeonsi Office over McElroy Shultz DR J W HOPPER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON PHONES Office Over Office 97- Residence Hasans Grocery 71 bTv Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over C W Bagans gro eery opposite Piesbyterian churth rPhones J Office 175 f Residence 172 JOiHN Y MAYES 1 fOIEIiAL UIKECTOR AND UCEISED EMBALMER TELEPHONE 6AY19aNtGHT74- SPRfflQFIELl KY l Kairoad Schedule ollowngis the time scheduler flOW in effect on the Bardstown AnaiSpringfield braoch railroad j No 41 Ceayes Louisville att410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 mII I arrives at Springbeld 645 pm- No 42Leaves Springfield att530 am i Bardstown 617 am Bardsijown Juuctipn 705 am arrives at Louisville 7j55 amI JSfo C43rLeaves Louisville at 780anf Bardstown Junction jfl30 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm- No44Leavesj Springfield a a 1 20 pm Bardftpwn 230 pm- Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm ONo 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 835 am DNo 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pam Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardgtown- 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm v 111OLcCaShIDperS r We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing Vl sections that we are riot connect ed directly or indirtcUy with canv other warehouse or ware house company 555We conduct a Strictly Inde pendent Tobacco Warehouse JJo mmissioni Business and res 4 pectfollv oliiil your patronave C Al BRIDGES Co Prdprie tore Pick Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky 408 IpQ ri FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES jjjy Baked f Daily 4 fm Alway good always fresh We aea taker who is an- ar tist at making good things ISix Loaves of Bread for 25c Herdiens Confectipnery THE lEXAS WONDER 11 p f Cures al KHny Bladder and 1 Rheumstic troubles scld by t i sit druggists or two months patment by mail frr 1 Dr- 1E W Hill 2926 Olive sireet tst Louis Send for Kentucky t Mtimonltls l F JOIlfSIlODYAlmTAR Mt1rer Hflt sure NQ opiates f r H riT i TOWN v mwro Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest I I AH About Yourself FrIends I and Acquaintances g size iron beds from 2 50 IFollLeaclmans Maple Syrup I and Pancake Flourjit McElroy Shaders Davenports and couches froth 12 up at Leachjians Rock rs at LeachmaVs furni ture store from 125 to12 New raisens figs dates cur rants citrcn etcatl McElroy Sbader Canned asparagus tips french peas and mushroons at McElroy Shaders jGq to see Leachraacs bedroom suits in solid oaks from 18to75 Clothes cleaned and pressed with neatness and dispatch GEO B TAYLOR i TIf you want the best in fruits vegetables etc go ta MeEfroy Shdders TrySealshiptfr oysters They are the best Sold only by Mc Elroy Shader Try our Sweet Mixed Pckles something extra McElroy Shader In olive pckles catsups and radishes we handle the best McElroy Shader Dont forget McElroy Sha der sell Seal bipt oysters only None better and you get clry measure FOR SALE Thoroughbred Brown Leghorn Cockerels at 50 cents each MRS MINNIE D REED Rev P B Hill of St Elmo Tenn will occupy the pulpit of Presbyterian church next Sab bath FOR SALE96acrefarrn good land good improvements on railroad price 225p Address Standard Bardstowu Ify Try a package of lour condensed mincemeat t is fine nd only coils ydu lOc Make 2 pies McElroy Shader We are requested to announce Chat owing to sickness Rev F M Hill will preach at the Mack yule Methodist chqrch on Dec 1st and 2nd only Miss Susan Hiattj of Mack yule has purchased of 0 F Wharton a cottage on Virginia avenue for 1400 The sale was made through McElioy Wharton LOST OnN9v23 on VUG Bloomfield pikebetween Springf- ieLd and W Mv Mulligans a lob locket horsehead inside of horse shoe Reward if left at pest office Springfield TRAYED From my place about four miles from Spring field on last Wednesday night a yellow brown jnuley cow left front tit cut with a wire1 Any information leadin tolieize covery will be rewarded by Scott Jphnspn r I d no 4 Keep posted6upply your self with something to read these long winter evenings by calling aybe News Leader office land subscribjngf orone of our corn binations The Lciuisvilledal1- Eerald afad NewsLsader both fc r one year 2 RevI S B Landers a student n Theological seminary LouUi- yltle preacfiea at the Presby te trian church last Sabba h morn sermDsIjwere very interesting and cap itivated the congregation A brilliant future in ta ministry of the chu chis predicted by all who beard his sermon Get protectiun from loss tyi sickness or accident by taking a policy intle Gret Easternt Ousualty and Indemnity gtcosts you wily Ot e doflAra i f6uthanapas5OOin case bi Idea h by accident and 40 per month for disability during sic ness Bright the agent will call on you IS M Campbell reportstbe- sale of Jesse Mann on the 20if as being only alight crowdlout but every thinjg sold fairly well snoatSbroughv OCt cattle from 21 to 8ic horses sold very well TOPICSII I i esItrI vllle as being largely attended and everything sold high Also reports Monday county court j day as being a good crowd and a very good variety of stock on handwand every hins selling well in fact Campbell says Springfield is the best county court town put of fur that he attends y NOTICE Notice is hereby giventhat I bave pot authorized any one to buy tobacco fqr me or in my name or for the Amen can Tobacco ppmpany Persons buyiifor me or in myname are dbingSQ vithoutmy consent or authorityaiidaiiy one selling togc i 1 Y nttniD1lr present me doso at their own peril as I will not b9 responsible for any such purcbases H MjMoss Logsdbn Edelen A pretty we oirg Ceremony was that which united in mari naga Miss Lena Logsdon and Mr Ray Edelen at St Domi nics church yesterday afternoon at 4 oclock The church was beautifully decorated with ferns and pjttod plants The bride lookd charming and was gowned in White vore vover white silk and wore a white picture hat with wjite plumes and carried a t1heLeoHaydQnFranhr Willett andl John Jttolin The bridal party was entertained after the cere many at supper at the home of the brides parent Mr and Ms i Charles Logsdon arid tto day will partake jjf a Thanks giving banquet at the home of Mr and Mrs J P Edelen the grooms parents The News Leader unites with the host of friends of the young couple in wishing them much thappiness dn lifes journey Bad Accident t A R II the youngSiiof Mr at d Mrs A R Shultz met with a distressing accident on last Saturday by which he suffered the loss off two of his toes through the accidentaldiseharge Of his gun Young Shu tz ac cjmpanid bj a colored bOy had driven out tthe Jimtpwn road ending to hunt They s inIrav the home of Mr Hill i while the ce ored boy went to t the honse to ask permission to i hunt on the place A R waited jfi at the gait holding the guns 1 He had his gun resting muzzle downward on the end of his foot SIn some manner toegun was discharged atd the load passed ahrou h the foot teaiyng off the i second and third toe The wounded boy was brought toI town as quickly as possible in the buggy and taken to Dr Ro Bares office wher his wounds1 veredixssed by Drs RoBirds And ll ppir Tli4vtwo t tw were cutt liT c o3e t6 the foot I The wounded member is do ing as welt as could be expected ndnr serious resulsttre ex j peeled Y Entheusiastic Meeting T A big crowd nf f rsand nnd lolmcco growers gji hrtxl at ida jlol yiIjciii Society of Equity The lspeakerW O McChofjJwho uigttd the tobacco uitm to encourage theI movetneBt to orgairxs fur self proee ion Mr Su rp gave an l i t te3dfitak for aboqt an lhCLgrcntgdd lisrlifct I on pirt vyould plca the ivbtfcco gtowefs or Washington county in a p U11tiO1 l togitIiving 4 Ii Its Worth traveling a long distancefuI t to have your teeth extracted j t Without Pain or Danger ff-j All work gUftrnntee4Iiijj j II fi- ii u L G CRUME D p s l m PSBardstown K v f- u g 3 rIT IS t t 24tt iueI I WOE THANTEEyOU WILL NEED THEM ItiCI JI r r= =u For the Girlsc LittleGirls itwill soon be very r coldand then you will need c a Cloak tow a r t- oScho9l and every c place you go have youlcan on lookover our TailorS Made i u a rfLiJt D 0TOU KNTO s tf tlian two million chlldren tit whom are under twelve vms are by dire necessity to labor long hours in dismal factories lor whair Their sustenance Theirs is laugnti andp robbed iis childhood and school while rthes toil marell for the juchl NOW and MORHERS your children hardly hHve any thesey hardships io crd thatth v IIntli9y life during the winter bring them to uiand we will hat they leave here WARMLY CLOTHED and withtt bih tff QUALlrYQ100 jItt The RobertsonClay brooke Cot111C1 jii tt ttw ttt i SpeciaIMillneryAnd1 Fur Sale JII ii H t trimmed ald adYtowe rs at half price Spec on ladles childrens s for Xmas It will 4 7betofcvour interest to see them before purchasing T Mrs Kate Williams 4 4i for their product Hc otd the history the organ lion in the dark tobacco disd trict and how the growers l forced he trust lto1 pay higher urea by simply 4 r tnjzing findI holding their tobacco until they get ice Ho sad tbat large number of counties in the BuYleyl district arc well organiz ed and the growers are goo this year M the meeting loc union was organized wJ h W A Clements as President II M ON Sacretary W C M chord was eiecicd county organ ixer There wor6 36 nies en roil d in he SpiviogieUl uiiion i tstheintenwnof Mr Sharp to assist in gnntein l of local unions at various points throughyufc jbhe county alter which county Union willj be foiMiwl Mr Sharp spokeatt Mackv lie lAst iiihL and tbss Thursday aftornoofi speakS t Nfttliiburg un1jJJsueaks fpl lioreafier fcjlurpsville Krji night Noy 8tf Pulm on Sat lurday Dec Isk Mtorasvi le on Monday Dec 24 Fred nckstovvn esday De f 4ih Texas on Wednfitday Dec oih in the af efnoon and Plm ant 1royg u4Wdn sdrYplgbi PublicSil J I1 vi gso dmyrrinrlfVnley Hill I Will on f RDAYf DEGBMiJE lf1906 iRe m1inat ocjlcck pm 1idImilch cows 5 woanling calves yearling Ivoifar 1 yearling ste iS brood soys S5 hoats 1 white bo4rrJOa bushels of corn and firmiog implement also about lie dozen hens IiRMs4il sums under SIC citll over that amount 12 months time with interest pay ble in eitnor bank SpringSeld G G TUCKER No Huntingc Hunters alo hereby to keep offpf All freEs iss6rs vlll be prosecuted LuTIIiIA B7RNS a We that very Cloak you wantS m e every day andstill lIooknice Sunday During the next wek you should if you are con tempI a t in g buying a suit line of ready towear Suits for then and boys r 1 More a t bread bare life r feM out r i se t it H PtfCes and i v l prices J the jp a prices a n n 01 a number a f a s t 1 1 Chester notified i jjFEF QNAL Mr find lItsG L Wharton returned from their wedding trip Tuesday evening and are at GrWharlons H 0cor Currywho was reported as haViflty1hoid fever isab to be out again Rev W HWilliamsjis visitt ing in St Louis and taking a ritnuolinqeded rest Mrs Ardis Brqwne returned from Louisville whOre she visi tad relatives Miss El hyt Gregory who attends school at Daughters College tlarrodsbnrg is at horn a for Thanksgiving Miss Mildred Herd of Newt Hbpp find Miss Ida Hamilton LoORiion viiUod Miss Ref en a Young the drslibf the wetk Mrs H D Rodman of Slid Iyviltoisa guest of her sister Mixs 1 H Thurmah tand will attend the marriage of her coui sin Miss Millie McElroy to Mr K ly df Lebanon iVr E izabetii Henderson and duulr Emogene of Louis wMe are visiting Mrs F Mt Jrfurtin Mi and Mrs Walter L Sut st ji Indianapolis Ind nr 1tngvis their brother and sister Mivand Mrs E L Davison WrJames Allen and Mrs Allen of Bloomfield visited Dr and Mrs VW Rfly Saturday and Sunday John Shuck McElroy and J ack MoTlud roa5 home from Cen trl Univor ity 10 spend Thank giy5n r- Hobprt cr Mai es and Lycne Bush of the Colepp Levington arct home spending Thanks giving nrid1ionL s Rtv Father Ambros and Mrs John Ink of Gorbin visited Mr and Mrs Vtillard Thomposn last weok NiclT Ray who has betn in Llusville severall mpnth cime home last week sick with pneui uionia He is able to be out gin if = Mr J B i visiting her parents a Burgn Messrs Perry Marks Ciiffprd Roberts and Aguso Ott spentl Sunday in Bardstou n Miss Nell C Green ard Mr Will jRussell spejit ThLirsdLyit1 LebanoncoJ Mr Allison Graves off Louis ville was here last week on business for the American Tobacco Co j j tMrs and Mrs Gregg Edelen- v sited Mr and Mrs Henry Edelen at Bardatown Sunday Miss Sad e Parrptt who is school at St Catherine is at home for Thanksgiving va cation Miss Mary Browne is at home from= Louisville for a few daysI visit Miss Ethel Searcy is iin Louis ville visiting her sister Mrs McBride Mr and Mrs 0 G Fetter of are visiting Major J L Whaiton and wif eMr Farr ONan of Louisville is at homO for a few days parentstMrs S B Thompson of Leb aqonjis visiting Mrs T C Campbell Messrs Jim Stoner and brother Cleveland of Bards town were in town Tuesday Hon John W Lewis went tto Louisville to spend Thanksgiving with bis daughter Mrs Mangel t Post Master B T Conway off Lebanon was ovir yest rdajr on business Jiiii O Bryan of this counts who has been working in the L Nj shops in Louisville was here the tirt of the week He has gone to Early Times to work tbis inter Mr Ccnrad Hertlen has writ tens to Mrs Hertlein here tbat he arrived safely at his old horce in Germany on November 13 after rather a stormy pass rge He stty s he fuund Ills brothers aod sisters aliweH and will bring two uZ the younger ones home with jnm to make citize s them If AmerIcanl l thehlcomitgand mericasgainJ Turkeys for Sale I have pure tied mammoth bronze turkeys for sale from such yards as GeOW Olf John D Fur erson and Mrs J T Bailey large bone antt fine plumage Can furnish toms lib d hens ndr akin at rpascTiable prices Mrs J F Keen R F D Springtied Ky Telephone call t NoticeIHavlngr disolved pal tnershii alLlilersons indebted to us will f leasa come ari settle at oncp SMOCK HAYDON And when buyingi or looking re member that the brand High Art is a standing guarantee of perfection If you want a perfect fitting dreSsy upto date Suit for busine s O rl JressoccksicAl i us h the Boys We have all kinds of Overcoats and Suits made by the Climax house And no matter what kinl ofweather it is WPwill be pleased and show you our line of Boys ready- made Suitsi WAingrican majbritv of ofa6 compelled daily withiiut ay life of vilo priyilejie cf FATHERS of month L Fpi of of expecting njyplacpi of Stcte RoBirdjis at tending CincinLati yesterday of o5u Central For Ito seecyou = = OO 9 1 MARKS a G EENi tt- f t ti 1111Y The old Reliable Manufacurers I I and Dealers iin all Rids vJi4 5 JrJJ1 i LUMBER iiferHs SHINGLES 4 0b SASH DOORS BLINDS t v 1 I f Wo handle the celebrated 4 iMixed5 1 iir Cant be Bet 41T0 are sole agents for ArfE CEMNT LAS TtRf4TheBes rpn Earth Prices Right Q- Office and Yards Doctor and Railroad Streets Springfield Ky sc cjj ric ttll DefyI The StorlD i i tt- t l t With aiii Blizzard StOM SWell i L r r our line of d e 1 A l 4+ I 4 c Pare Food Mr It i We are pleased to announce that Foiejs Honey and Tar for cougbS and colds and lung troubles is not affected by the National pure Foa anfl Drug law as it conoaitt or other harmful drugs mend it as a saferjnedy fqV cbilQfen or adultsv You can find it at the Red cross mug Store I a orY t + cold ralu 1 fif tILkis4 Ii tJadjustmentC1ea tf tJ tf OJ i j4ISi jj j ItBUgYRngS Come and Horse Blankets i f1J Full Line Prices IWELLS BROSf44i4 Is5- Ji fligJg antBroi paoplatcs ndny3ecom fOLEY31IoffT4TAR PrviPuuao2 Protcts df against andsee Lowest f ftIPRbihG Salt l t1ving sold HIUUtt iSstore with liarneaeaMfarmjtuie IiI- istoc1t4l t snL to give jt 1 t10S M beOr ike im y 9rDecf b r1 eo rarebargains i js J I bed 1 1 pdII ti uCOb tf M IpbUjgrr 1i A STRANGE VISITORS AT THE COURT OF ST JAMES est Indians went recently from Canada to London In order to ask King II Wtfard to protect their game preserves In the Dominion forests The two Wanketed ladians In the center are chiefs and the others are Interpreter tty were th recipients of much attention from all classes In England Wait AJMMMIK tap t1 Im rcBoovlug oilgrease efJIl 7pi aitcbaIrs nothing Is tive thart rubbIng with a clean do hIwet with ammonia For cleaning enameled furniture use wilting mixed water to which a little ammonIa has been added After carpets and rugs have been beaten nothing restores their original elors well as togo over them with a cloth wnhag ou in ammonia water nntII For silver articles and gold MIter Jewelry It will b6 found a good eteanser and a beautiful polish may bfr dtntoil sliver if It Is rubbed with wh1tI p Sac which has been wet wiSi ammonia 1 When added to milk and rubbed over litaeleum or corl carpet It acts not only u a cleanser but a preserver as well In allaying Inflammation and irrIta- tion caused by the bites o Insects It 1 fcas a niaglcal power and If a drop bo Applied at once the effect of the pol dnou lIng will be immediately 4 rested 1111 Tte Care of Bedding There is no other article which sq well repays care and in which the cost f replacing and repairing makes It so well worth while for the housekeeper to use eternal l vigilance as the mat tress Never leave them uncovered and kavethem swept monthly with a whisk broom turning up the tufts and brush 0lagthem free from dust They should lie thoroughly whipped at least three W four times a year and once during ifce middle of winter and once la the seat of summer should be left out duD ing the whole day for a good chilling UtI sunning Pillows and bolsters flkould have the same treatment much wore frequently and should have slat eovere oC muslin the same as mattresses The frequent handling of pU loS exposes them to soil and thej are unpleasant to the fastidious perse If faded anti not perfectly clean t iar1ng For tile Feet Ifeyer think that the feet will grow larger from wearing proper shoes Pinching and distorting make them grow not only largb but unsightly A proper natural use of all muscles makes them compact and A VefBi Nlrkt attractiveI A small piece of candle may be made ito burn all night by putting finely powdered salt on It until it reaches tho blackest part of the wick rA small even light may be kept In this way Fireplace dfd And Xctr The varieties of fireplace furnishings ar3 ninny The nm1Irr ii t are of course 1n necessity If fool is to lx bunietL lu addition there must Je tie shovel toags and poker with some sort of nI holder the fender bellows and either a wood box or a coal scjittle All oft the fire Irons may be made of brass el1leIt roil htlron or dull brass The green bronze and the wrought Iron are espe daily adapted to the rough stone fire places The colonial designs speak for themselves ac to their particular adapt abIlItY Turfs Grand Qld Man Ed Geers at seventy contInues to be do star driver on the grand circuit Recently he won three races in on- edrywhnse total value was 13000 anl so frequent has been his success that bettors hesitate to put money against horses when he holds the reins It has boon the custom to call golf the olJ mans game but Geers record in iicates that the peaceful diversion of piloting blooded horses through finishes is much less taxing turlousI intense excitement of thergaize IhiksSWoman Dost Won The Jewel owned by Mrs p S Burke of Cleveland 0 with a hand leap of nineteen minutes won tho handicap motor boat race at Frontenac X Y recently and secured the first leT on the Commodores crp presented to the Frontenae Yacht club by C G Emery of New York tee winners time for twentylone mllca was 03 minutp 43 seconds The best tune was by the YingtetUn IIL which covered the course in 5G minutes seconds f A FlremanBnll Player The Milwaukee club has signed n new twirler Leo Sage who for tilt last Fur years has been working on the railroad as a Qrcuan sinning outl jf Fend du Lac Jt1nll ieJoh ODricn OBilca of Lewlstou Me tht IJIIJI1 former second basenmia such excellent work Sew England league stcff of umpires ist season has been appointed ta and its accepted a position oi the staff 0ifeoiicratulatckll for i J THEIR county farms have layS sold low in comparison Withi those of Eurro ndin1 counties This fact the public is gradually realizing and there is a rteady buying di- maodSit and a advance in yalues Instances are by no means rare of farms in this county iin value duting 4 11 past five years r0 r Jl 1The e ce Jent turnpike rpaas throughout the county whic11 lead 10 tl19 various stations along the 4 vilte taHroad aford the farmers of the county easy fdcijites for shipping their produce and their live stock to the markets there is hardly a point in the county that is not within essy access of a sat sat on or a good store 4 r Wo1en as Well as Men Are life Miserable by Kidney and Waferr Treble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind bea1tyIt l ness soon disappear when the kidneyn are Iout of order ordis IKidncytroubtcltns that it is not urfconi mon for a child to be Sborn afflicted vitli weak kidneys If the child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon it the cause of the dlffi culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the reatnientof these important organs Tins unpleasant trouble is dueto a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a1 habit asniost people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild amI the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized Itis sold by druggists in fifty fWcent aud onedolbr size bottles You may have a sample bottle bv mail free also a Home of swampRoot swamJPRoot1Imonial letters cured In writing Dr Kilmer sufferersI1 Binghamtou N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake the namelSwampRootbut remember Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad j dress Bingllamton NAY qn every bottle Killing Goltlrnrou Years ago wo bought a farm 4hnt bail one Hold so thickly covered with this weed that ton acres would not have paHturctl a goose writes a correspond ent in National Stockman There was absolutely no gross JVe mowed It off and put about live sheep to the acre and fed enough wheat bran to keep them in a thriving condition and the next season u finer bhm grass pasture was never seen They had killed every last plant The cows wont eat It and It Is fortunate that tljey wIll not toti if they lid no use could be made of their milk but KheeiV like It and will thrive on the yqung growth Pasturing Sliecp on Clover In pasturing either clover or alfalfa sheep should not be turned In untiPAfie clover or alfalfa Is well grown anti then should be turned In when well tilled up oil other grass and when tIm dcy or wet Is on anti otter being so turned In should never be taken off though a shod may be provided where tljc sheep may shade at midday On I such pasture with their mothers the llmbs will make prodigious growth PrOfessor Kennedy of Ames la Home Grown Provcntlcr Corn and oats ground together are a tulle honored provender for the cow that has fallen somewhat into pute during the late byproduct dlsreI ganda but under present question Iflt wore not Hvise to put the old home grown provender Into the front rank again For ebutluucjr reo suits and to keep up the Ktiunlna of Lthennhnnls there Is no better grain than ontsLy LIghty hi National Stockman Winter 1anture Kor Hogs A New York farmer says In Amor ican Agriculturist I have found Au gust sown rye very useful as autumn and winter pasture for Ings It makes Invaluable forego and though pasture without stint shows no bad effects in spring lint yields a large crop of grain Two acres kept forty Berkshire on fresh feed nil the tall anti until about xrivJV when the crop vraa knee high fl I EJ A STORY OF WEBSTER ONE OCCASION WHEN DANIEL WAS DEEPLY HUMILIA EDIAn Incident Which Shockednnd Sar I rlecl lllni Into Team The Admi ration the Loyalty and the Ge ner of HI Circle of Frlcnd1 ItaUyfollowing incident In the life of Webster was related to tho writer by the late Joshua Seward Mi Seward came to Woburn from Histoif In the early seventies anti bought a farm where he lived until his death In JS He was a native of the New Hampshire Pence City from which place he came to Boston In early manhood and later cngagcl In the liv ery business off School srtet lie was a gtiihtl foehil active young mUll aqd- lln1 short tue many of the business ami professional men of the city wereI his friends and patrons Daniel liter thou In the fullness of his nits terly manhood was his particular friend and most favorejl ron One year Webster early engaged to deliver tile Fourth of July oration in the city A public profession was then an im portant fen ure of tthe celebration and Itw orator of the tiny vxrs the chief person of dfstlneflon In p rade In those days there were no our wheeled vehicles for convenience ot lor pleas ure A chaise wits the proper carnage for gentlriien to ivf Webster was papular zlltdpr3IUi as popular He saw in chaise Tn tlle city as goocl nslle de sIred to appear In on that important occasion and therefore he ordered oit to be bit by the principal carriage maker or tly city Sargent I think it was to be ready for use on that day In the morning of the Fourth he n- llplJurcdnt Sewarnls stable office anti requestedl Seward to go to the carriage shop and get the chaise bound ordered Seward liarnessed a Jiorse and went to the carriage shop as directed and told the proprietor he hall come for Mr Websters chaise The propKetor In firm ajid measured tones that could riot be misunderstood asked Djd Mr Webster send the to pay for the chaise In relating this fo me Sewanl said I was never 80 astonished lit my lifo sllould have beets less siirurlset If he had raIsed hts fist nUll fyiockexl me down I had lit thought that there was a man living who had ever heard of the great Webster the godlike Daniel who would or who could have denied him SillY request It was possible to grant I could only sty He sent no money by me Then sHld the pro prietor tellhlni he can hove the chaise when be sends the money pay for It and not till then SeWnrd said he was never in such a dileuifpiit lu alibis Ife lie could hot go back and tell that great man whom he adored that ho- could not have the fhiitoe till he paid for tAIRl yet lie must go bock and tell him something lint whut could he tell him Finally after innirli thought and study It ocirurred to huh thafhe a new chaise wblc he would offer IhtclWebsrev and tell him lust the var Jli on the one he hall ordered was not yet hard and that It wouM be liable to injure If taken out in the heat and dust Ior that public slay Webster met Sew at the door when lie returned aud IItlItcforc Webster could asic a 1110stIOllI Seward was telling him the had invented on the way home Web ster made no reply but accepted Sew ards statement as true and rode in hJs chaise that day About a week later Webster cams again and said to Seward Uf think tile varnish on that chaise Is hard now and you may go down and get It Seward said With a heavy heart harnessed a horxe and wont again to- theshollI knew I should tiot got the elae nuVl I was not disappointed In Ic 1+ lj1 BD LAKE J Real Estate Deer 1 1 J and Insurance Agent iI The attention of farmers tobacco growers stock raisers and investors I is being directed to WASHINGTON 0 UN T FARMS several reasons CHEAPNESS 0Washington consequent doubling the 2ACCESSIBILITY L6uisvilleiNash hjand rotd money THEIR FERTILITY There are few sections of the country that produces a great variety of p bfitable cropand more abundantly than does VVashjington county It has become one of this foremost producers of Burloy tobacco it being no uncommon thing to have land that has been bought for 60 per acre tI fro v aj to jbitcro which will realize for jthe o neu SICO per icrom one season Corn wheat oats and other smalt grains grow in abundance and it is thenatuHl home of the blue grass clover pasturagefort fSOCIETY SCHOOLS ETC Iti selecting a home one of the first considerations j of a man of family is the ques ion of ohurehes schools and congenial asscciat s for the mrmbers orhis family Washing ton county iiwell provided with churches of alldenominaioni hei public free schools are of the best and her people are of a high sociaUstandurd r IiiI You flavM Ii Farm to SelllI Will1ind You a Buyer m i If You Want to Buy I Have Some Good Bargains to ShowJ i I have a list of farms which I will gladly furnish anyone and will take pleasure in showing property at any tjrne to anyone desiring a location 4 t I 12 Jsvm Correspondence Solicited i i it D B IHKEcffj 9i j f jThe Estate Man SPRINGFIELD KY I 3 i q = qru sitED Till 1JFE 1 IThats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts time1Iuse or refer to testimonials ill addressing the publicu but the above remark and similar expressions arej made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of note Fromoccasional llIt i fancy to old age Scotts Cmtilsion offers a reliable neans of remedying im roper and weak develop Dent restoring lost flesh and vitalityi and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of Clie Emul sion itself Vhat it does it does through nourish men t the kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tamed iIi ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good I fromitl We will send you a sample free VfIoinbtcf every Uttle of Emufcianyou1 buy SCOTT BOWRE ChemiSts 409 Pearl St NY sac and1 alHrorcfeb tile same manner was unKen tne feauu question us before I could not Invent nnoOicr story that Tvolihl be credible rim was therefore compelled to go back and tell him the truth Webster was impatiently awaiting Seward re tjrn and whenlu hailing distance he called to Seward Where Is the chaise What Is the trouble Seward approached him morw closely and In tones so low that UOtlC could over hear him replied Ihiiold me to toil you that you Id paVtf the chaise when you sent the money to pay for It and not before Webster stood silent an Instant and then with voice trem bling with emotion exclaimed My Goo Joshua did he say that and saul Into a nearby chair and cried as would a deeply aggrieved child of six 5UII1InCllVIt Is well known that Webster would Incur debt apparently with no thought that there were two parties to neon tract a creditor and a debtor una that their moral obligations were co equal Consequently his creditors multiplied anil his Indebtedness In creased as to Interfere with his ivo- HHcaJ plans Jf not indeed threaten his political future At this time his friends came to Ills aid anti It is raid raised the sum of 40000 to cancel Indebtedness fluid relieve him from hiI further annoyance and pressure of creditors When we realize that 10 000 was a larger sum to raise then for any purpose than would be 200000 today we have some measure of the admiration arid the loyalty of his ItrleullsU C Hall In Boston Trau icrlpt VJust 9ta I thought you isnld you coiildnt live without inc sneered the gIrlVSoh did pnswered the man Vet youre living Xo Im not Just boarding thats nllV Louisville CourierJournal IVJohn Hunter the famous anatomist fuel wild tlitt the fimhilne love of con venation wis u consequence of a pcv cMilnrlly In limit tIgtit- RICHARDpuRBAG Cf We n Great Actor end Shake lichrcji lcndliii Stnr March fi 1015 or 1C10 Kichard But luge pliyer died at Sbomlltch Lou louV The firstt oftho great English tragic actors Hurlmge was In every wuy worthy to head the lqhroll of Kng Innds famous players The son or an actor the friend ami companion of iUiiikottpPurc iWMs through him that many of the of the ilratnuitsl firrft sjroke to the eager playgoers who thronged the Globe theater lie was the original of Itomeo Hamlet Lear Othello Macbeth Shylock Richard IIII and many other of ShakesiHares leading characters and his name stiiudx next to thAt of the great poet In the lirenses for acting graute by James I In 1JJ03 to the company of the Globe theaterVlIb powers as an actor wore not his only claim to distinction for he was iio a siKcessful painter The tame of abilities hold a proiuluont place li Itricul l tniIitlon for many years n 1lui lilt death wlilch tens probably the esut of paralysis caused the poets to turn their thoughts to hits successful farc r and It U fre m the numerous Itlies then wrltton that most of the Mjtlon eetruilnt lilininust be SOUrStomach No appetite loss of strength nenroa ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of Jhe stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discov cry represents the natural Juices of diges lion as they Kist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach MrS S BaD of Rmnrwood W Vs Itt was troubled with sour stomach for twenty ffKodol cured me and w its now uslnr It Inmllk tar babyVKodc4 DgM4s WW Y Tat a Botttei 100 Size holdlnt 2M times the trW size which zeUs for cents Prepared by L 0 OaWITT ft CO OHWAM Sold by Red Cross Dru0 hv w 4 RiL ESTATE FOR lLlrr BY MCELROY WHARTON vr SPRINGFIELD KY 511mtJes511 and Watered Price 0000 No 66 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new barn all necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fenced and ingood state cultivation Price 6000V ofI No 67 120 acre farm 8 miles of Springfield good 5 room dwelling g9od 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 INoNo 70 145 acre farm well located and lies well good house and small barn mostly in grass well fenced Price5000VVV No 71 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies well and is as good as the best Price 60VN072 210 acre farm well located good farm and lies well and mostly in grass right on the pike nice 7 room dwelling house 2 tenant housesoodV stock barn and tobacco barn plenty of tobacco land 10 acres good timber Price 50 per acreVNo 73 385 acre farm well located r on pike and railroad This farm is subject todivision 2 good dwellings and barn fine body of timber plenty of tobacco land Price 35 per acre No 741GO acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwelling and barn 55 acres 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 good Price 20 per acreVNo 76 50 acre farm situated 1 2 mile from Springfield well improved- ce dwelling barn and all necessary s MackIccry kind all good land all lies well d mostly in grass Price 50 50 121 acre farm good dwelling tarns and all other outbuildings rood tenant house place well fenced nd watered Price 35V 05 210 acre farm 150 acres in rass 50 acres tobacco land 20 acres f timber good 5 room house new urn 40x42 eight miles South of pringfield Price 1800 81 68 acres located 5 niles from 3pr tigfield on the pIKe good dwelling and barn place in good state of cultivation Price 2500 07 5n acre farm 3 miles from Springfield good small house and outbiiilding strictly a nice place Price 5000V Laxative Quinine Btoetlrt TWI garnered Ke pm iS nave ever nau the good fortune to be so well liked by the dramatists of their timdanti all praised him one even lamenting that his death until made ol visible eclipse of playing A shrewd careful man In his busi 0835V affairs Rurbage left an estate producing a yearly Income of 300n large sum for a player In those days to bequeath to his heirs Beldvod and by all he survived his great master by only a few years his grave bearing the simple expressive epitaph Exit Bnrbage London Saturday TELESCOPES Tlie DlATcrene Brttreen Rcflpctlnc and UefrnctliiB hindV A very pretty little experiment which illustrates the two methods of forming an optical Image and by way of cor ollarjr Illustrate tLc essential differ ence between refracting and reflecting telescopes maybe performed by nil one who possesses a reading glass an- a magnifying hand mirror In rooni that Is not too brightly illuminated pin a sheet of white paper on the wall op posite 6 n wInslow that by preference shoul face the north or away front the position of the sun Taking first tile reading glass hold It between the win dow and the wall parallelto the sheet of paper and a foot or more distant from the latter By moving It to anti fro a little you will be able to find a distance corresponding tothe focal length of the louis at xvhlchi a picture + paperfhilsdown because the rays of light cross at the focus Dy moving the glass u little closer to the wall you wilt cause till iiCtlitOVof the window to become otltheotl upon the paper We thus learn that the llstaiice of the Image from the lens va rica with the distance of the object whose image Is formed Jn precisely a similar manner an image Is a t ib focus of the object glass ofn re VCractingt Take nest your ningnlf Ug or n cav mirror and tht sheet of paper from the wall hofil It neary In front of the mirror lietwoen tile hit tel and tile window When you have adjusted the distance to the foca length of the mirror you will see tin image of the window on the paper Uy varying tile distance o fore you will be able to produce ax will pictures of nearer or more remote oh jects It Is In this way that Images aft prIDed at the Jocus of the mirror of n reflecting teIes opeVV Rat Armr Stampedes WorUiuen Workmen who began to tear out the cellars of four razed buildings at First and Erie streets Jersey City whore a theater Is to be erected were obliged to suspend operations by an army ofj rats which ran out ot nooks anti cor ers fled dashed wildly about j1laie The wftikmen fled to the 8t All the fox terriers In the thBjj were sent for aud it took them Hour to clear the cellar of ratV postsPriceNo 77 210 acre farm 150 acres of bottom land all good land can be cultivated every year good improve ments of every kind 7 room dwelling balls and porch 2 kood barns 2 cribs meat house buggy house milk house faim well watered and fencedVA firstclass farmV onehair mile from Mackville Ky right on the pike This farm is well improved in every way new 8 room dwelling house two tenant houses good stock and tobacco barns cribs etc This farm nearly all lies well and is in a highs te of cultivation This is strictly a nice place and a chance for some one to buy a nice home The price iis righfand terms easy Price SOIWe also have for sale a 330 acre farm located mItes fromSpring field Ky The improvements on this place are excellent the dwelling being a twostory brick six rooms halls and porches located in a beau tifully shaded yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbuiid good19rchardandplenty of tobacco land and some timber id well fenced and watered Price 840 per acre No 78 80 acre farm located it Marion county good 5room dwell inj good barn well fenced and watered all lies well and convenient to schoo and church Price 2500 No 79 75acre farm well located good improvements of every kind new house and barn all lies wel close to good school and all churches Price 3750 82 75 acre farm 2 miles east of Polin on Willlsburg pike good dwelling and barn Price 530 per acre 83 lOu acres located 2 miles north of Fenwick good dwelling and to bacco barn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco rand Price 82600 84 93 acre farm located 4 mites east oil Springfield Ky good im provemeht of every kind Land aP lies well new place Price 50 pr acreV93 50 acres iand well located near Mt Zion church all good tobacco laud good 4 room dwelling barn 36x4t place well watered good orchard Price 1000 i 10560 acre farm good new dwell ing small barn all good land Price 2000V106 50 acre farm good box house well new barn plenty of4 tobacco land right on the railroad Price 1600 107 140 acres located 31 miles from Springfield good dwelling and barn all good land Price 45 per acre V60acres land all lies well small house and barn Price 2400 109 140 acre farm new improve ments of every kind farm mostly n fflkt TtS- weB sts boxes SOWIIIJ2 formed IMrs William is ac halt pric hatS ready tow a In the at half priceV DlSCOVCIlf- WW Svra TM Cfefk 191 acre farm locatel 5 miles north of DwellingandVbarn land all lies wellwell fenced and watered Price f35 per acre 86 50 acre farm 6 miles of Spring field nice small dwelling good barnVland all lies well and mOl y in grass f Price 3000 1 87 210 acre farm near Maud Ky Good ami All good land Good improve m rt of every kind well fenced and watered right on the fpike Price right and terms easyV88 ilftomil Price 4500 l90 125 acre 14 miles South of LouVisville Ky nice place well improved t sHe well one mile from railroad station tlromt pike all lies well Good small house good barn and place well watered 923 per acre 100 100 acre farm 2 miles from 1 Mackville good new 6 room dwellingVstock and tobacco barn 6t1x40 well f and cistern good orchard and all cinds of small fruit 10 acres creekVjottom Price 830 per acreV 101 130 acres 5 miles from leld lands all lies well and well im proved dwelling 2 tenant houses 2 jarns located right on the pike Price 60 peraieVt102 200 acre farm 8 miles from fspringfield 24 miles from tation all good land mostly in grass 20 acres of creek bottom good house l IVand barn well at house and one at barn Price 320 103 140 acre farm good improve ments of every kind both stock adtobacco and barn all in grass 8 acres of bottom land Price 82750 104 cre farm well improved Jallpike 2 miles from Ky Per t4O t grass right on pike Price 30 per acre L JV 1t Town PropertyV t tA beautiful 7 room dwelli g on MainV tnewt A well equipped two story dwelling 1 tU1celywith light and water Price 2750u yy Four room dwelling on VlrginiaT AvenueIFive room dwelling on Grundy Ave nue lot 70 ft front 500 ft deep Modern 7 room dwelling locatedon Grundy avenue water and lights nice lot good stable and other MFourbroad Price 3750 iI Vt-r To Cure a Cold in One Day Bromo respected IteviewV detaching projected t3 j f t Iki all nicjht lon from toothache nourJcitec or rheumixtism the pain quiets theV nerves and induces 5leepV At eJI dealers Price 25c 50cHOO 1IDr Ecrl S 5Ioat BosfotMBLSSUS CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH 00 OttlLong distance lines and tttephonM of this enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Mlsallpplandand satisfactory communication with the people of this areat section of the country We solicit your patronage Rats reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passdV r fJ 3JIkiII FTTiit3iiThiT1 S1oisLftiireftt 0AM CS E CALDWELL LEtANAHUtiC T D WEll rrIdta 8Mr 5 AMtQ lVfl Trrs Louisville is Booming THESE YILLE ABOUT DOYOUKNOW 580000 LOUIS FACTS paopU withlB a radkIectoslyRiliMI ItltIsthWORLDV 1 sew rpip nl LouisTU U bojM at thtlarmt onw factoryIntMwsddskirgsstsspMcioyQ S in the South ftdoMOftiM lriMt plow fotories in the wtrid and hu S ttootrie tettr urbui lliw Loshs Is a dty BEAUTh FULI4OMUI Its tv peapsitynisson IsVVP MOOOOOOOO K bu lbs ffiMdMt Mric eMkthSUplS4tSMMSfl1ME- RCIALSCHOOL thiLPt i misS Ms scc 4 = ii KYVTATilTRLTTNIIIULEIEILOUlVILLE VV cfferinj aU her rallinery Tiimmed and s all popular styles iAll go oiKlNGS NfW iy Sli Springfield i Springfield SpringV lroaaf 250 Springfield acre outV Company Southern csQip Twss 1 kills 81CW i wood Carr tt D Weati ers Avoa Ky says my hoxt were badly dLvaedSwith cbcl sal diet not think xutqical ain could possibly sayc them 1 gave them Bourbon HOK Celera Beravnly and it cured them without a quisle ossi It is theonly remedy I have J1 vcrusedthat would cure hbjf holera Sold sud ruirotecfc Y9f UaydonSprfntid1iCy