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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1w FIi ES7ADILSIffiD 1N1883 1 I titti v I HEW SEWESVOL XIII NO 49 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON KENTUCKY DECEMBER B 9oIOOPEi YEAR 1 f2ffR Yl F TRUSTY ri PRACTICAL l f DENTIST Office over Haydon Barber t + fr ntal work reasonable prices MlVork guaranteed SPEINGEIELI KY 1 OUR DIRECTORY 3PRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south ast of yexitifcton 59 miles frozi iv Upuisvilleon Bardstown branch ol Couisyille and Nashville lailroad in i farming and agricultural district rwo Banks telegraph nd telephone inea express office flour jpttls lumber lar41s Popuatiou ll00u1ationof ounty 15000 Representative iu Congress Hon D 4 a Smith Hodsrenvllle Ky Representatire inKeutuckj Legi aturer Hon W D Claybrooke V Representative in State SenateHon 4arry Lancaster Lebanon Kv i County Olractor- J CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Courtbegins on the oartk oaday in February May snd Octo it T H Thunnan Judge R L Durham Commonwealth At jnjey Robt A Noe Clerk M G Leachman Master mmls ancr kQUARTECOUIlT Onarterly Court is held on the third tConday in each month rJ 8 L Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT County Cc irt meets on the fourth donday in ech meuth B L Litsey Judge W F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Oebourne Sheriff Sam AndersOn H B Powell HerbertEddlemanj Depmtliw Ed Masters I JamesF Moore County Surveyor T P Bryan Assessor t W T Uitcheli Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer 1 J 2i Montgomery Coroner j W Bush Supt of CommoB 3jhoolf PO Springfield CITY COURT S James R Noe Police Judge 1eJohn Grace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney t JUSTICE COURT Jhtlce Courts are held in January ipril July and October Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH i Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser Vricespn the First and Third Sundays it1n eaih month at lla m and 7301pm t SundaySchool every Sunday atlO am Prayer meeting every Wednesday aght CATHOLIC CHURCH IistorSerf Rev P F Hennessa 5vices every Sunday at 8 and to bclock Vm Srvicesat StRo esamc ours hCHRISTIAN CHURCH RevW TWaldcnf Fafclci Seivi every Suriday PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Preaching every Sunday at 11 amt land at 7 pm Sunday school every TSwnday at 10 in1Praei nee tin Verr Thuriday evening at 7 oclock A r BAPTIST I CHURCH Rev Sm Harrieon W illu r l7abt Preaching every Sunday at II am nd 745 pm Sunday School every imda3 at 930 am Prayer meeting- evry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders MASONIC Lends Springfield lodge No 50 meets first and third Monday ifiii eieackmdnth I Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council I o52 meets on very tourth Monday KNIGHTS of THE M ACAOCHS Meet I i cJ mo I FOLEYS HUNEYAHD TAR The oiigin1 UXATiVEeoHElriniid Foe coughs colds throat and laaf I rew fc No opiates Ko alcoholic Xfocneryb Sold everywhere 11f nuitMr OLEOMEYTAJtii a eYwpaekage Refieeabstitittes Prykyfl sy Jlr OoIJJlln flA Jc I Per 1t11 dCroDr8tre wc lAk 5I j w THE NEWSLEADER iiiitJ r V j A ROUND 1MMMHHMooMoo I An Autumn Luxury prom the Washington Star Life seens a whole lot sweeter When election day draws near It is neater ni completer thats how things ap1 ILeastways kind o blessin You could wish for come in reach When thecandfdates address in Us constituents in a speech The apples sofly bluhin Seems tosmile an welbome him An the breeze comes up arushin t Sojj to shake em off the limb An when he starts asayin How he likes every one Itis jesT like music play An were sorry when its done You kin talk about oystersgrowin Plump an fine down in the bay And about the reed birds showin Greater w ee ness every day An the other joys that beckon To contentment in the fall But the candidate I reckon Is the one that beats them all AnD TIMES It seems a lit tie unreasonable to cry hard tiwes just now aftersuch a bounteous crop year and when reverything seems to be moving ahead inr spirit of progress there is however a general complaint of hard times as regards ready money Collections are slow and local mer chants and it a icuttsmatter- to collect any old accounts One reason for thisapperent stingen cy in the money market is the fafilUh at farmers have not yet realized on their tobacco crop which is the main for money nor pave they mar keted their fat hogs or other staple produ4of the farm Another thing t hatkeeps the farmer hard up is that he seesI so many opportunities for iin vestment Farms have beeit changing hands at a rapid rate during the past few years and when a farmer findsan opening ix invest in more land with a selling later at an advance the tfinptation is too great and asa cpnsequense his litv tie accou nts are put off vto a morV conyenien season He ajlsoJ sees mid tabs advantage of many oppor tuniiies to buy a bunch of bogst or some cattle to feed nis corn to allot which will bring in good returns but it will take Lttle time and he thinks aI creditors can alford to wait XOUNG SMpkERSrSpring field we ventureto say can produce more juvenile slaves to the tobacco habitthan any other town of its size in Kentucky Or elsewhere for the miter of that Boys in this town seem to taka to tobacco as naturally as a young duck to water and about as early in life One may stand on the streets uuy morning ani see any number of sclrool boys mere children oh ineir way to school with a pipe in their mouth that for size and strength fax excels the books which they car ry Under their arms and from which they are upposed tti get the inspi at on and i formation which will pi ofc them through lifes journey Qnecan immag ine the condition of a childs brain for study after pulling atJ an old pipe or indulging in the insidious influence 01 the the dtadly cigarette All of the ef forts of the finest instructors m the finest graded schools in the world we Imagine would have little effect on a young brain thus poisoned A fe years ago when the writer first took charge of the destines of the News Leader in Springfield we had employed about the office in that useful and needful capacity the priners devil a boy scarce tall enough to reach the com Pjsing tobies He weB of tender years but we will say inI passing t at his age was about the only thing tender about him the balance of his make up beI ing decidedly tiougb We soon- disCovered that this child chew tobacco with a vigor worthy aL any full grown man Wej remoustrated pith the young nopefg and end ayored to pointil out to him the evil results on his phtacal and mental development tb tobacco habit would certainly l u1li WW OT TALK 1 Wo m have He listened toour advice patiently tfofatthe close of oVr lecture sadlv shook his head ind said Its no use I have been at it too long to give itupnotv From which rei ni rke were led to infer that the little felow had begun te habit as soon asbe left the cradle Or e cann t help but co elude that the parents a more or less to blame f rthis growing evil among the children for they do not take the prope steps to pieven it s 0 situationOALTbepoal in tSpringfield and in other iinl tenor towns in Kentucky as well is becoming alarming for the poor consumer and it looks as if the raIlroads and coal mine own es ha e combined and concoct d a scheme to rob the people The local dealers are of course at tI mercy of the mine owners and the riilrpads and tLe reasons given by ih mfor tl e high prIces are that there is a car shortage msfl1 htVp advavce prices in order to meet general running expences long as the present mild wea ther co tinues be situation will notbe so arming but if a sudden cold snap should swoop dovyn on us which we may expect at anN time the situation may b r cone alarming and these may bIe suffering in consequence pC N cQURAGDobaccgr- owers 0 JoC iu this county reel1 ing encouraged over the pros pects of good pricet for their product this year and are already counting on two and three cents advance over last years prices although the crop his year iis generally of an inferror quality Very few crops have been sold so far and the market is tot es tabbshed but the growers ar Mtalkii g higher figures and Some insist that th y will hold out until the vget thvir prices Several crops have been sold at ten cents but the best are holding out for hige figures Reports frpmoth r points in the Burley district indicate an advance in the market and bet growers are inclind to await de ve opmfijits ra her than putuheir toba coon the market at present prices The weather for the past fewtwekshas been favor ble for stripping and a large biiik ofJLtfe crop will soon IHM ready for the market IF A Estess Wyandotte Ky says Bourbon Hog Chplcra Remedy curedl some hogs for me that I did not think could possibly be saved It is the only remedy I have ever ned thatf will cure hog cholera Some toIremedy did not loose a hog Sold and guaran teed by tJ Haydon Springttel- drr j t Shot in Hand Mr W B Mousei of Calvary asIshot in he right hand Sunday evening about 6 oclock by Mr J D Bobbit who conducts the hotel bythat name near the depot The examining rial will not be held until tomorrow and the facts in the east are net known but it Is understood that t = It Quiets the Cough IThis is one reason why Ayers Cherry Pectoral is so valua ble in consumption It stops the wear and tear of useless coughing But it does more it controls the inflammation quiets the feve soothes heals Ask your doctor about this Tho bost kind of d testimonial II Sold tor ovor sixty years NIiJt itU = Irfjwell of i Uul SABSIPARILU Aqthwe PILLS We pubUh JfonnnlM of nil oUr taedlclnei t ltho recovery keeping thewIthregular Ayers pms the troucle arose over an over vthahpddays previous Mr Bobitt ejeca ted him from his house few minutes thereafter on ltCing to the door found Mr Mouser on the pavement in front of hu hotel with a pistol in his hand Mr Bobbiti says that Mr Mouse r attempted to shoot when h e himself fired the ball strikingg Mr Mouser in the hand and a the same time shattering th e latters pistol Mr Mousers wound was dressed and he lletft- re next worn iig for New Hope where he is assigned at the dis tillery as storekeeper i Enter prise Calanli nannol IB Gnrel with tocaljvpplications as they can not reach the seat of the diseasE Oatarrh i a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cjqre it you must take inerncl remedies Halls Catarh Cure is taken internally and3 acub directly on the bloodand mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was precfibed byf one of the best physicians in this reg1ilasIeprescription tis composed of the best tonic known combined with the best blood urifi ers acting directly on the mucus surfac The perfect eombinationjof the two ingredients Iia what produces such wonderful results in cureinfj Cacarrh Spud for ttsti inm fati 2eF L Cheney Coo Props ToledO4idby Druggists prce75e Take HalFaVa1frrryPill8 for constipation Shooting Mitchelsburg In afight at 1Iitchel burg Monday afternoon about 4 oclock Jerry Matherly a young man about 25 years of age rcceivec a bullet wound in the breast and side from the pistol of William Gilispie says the Danville Ad vocate The ball struck the breast bone glanced and came out under the right arm The physicians say ttye wounded mar will re over unless complications set in The origin of the difficulty could not ba learned Gil ispie was drinking and in an ugly mood and eye witnesses say ehe was responsible for the affray Deputy Sheriff Barbisim arrested GHlispie and brought him to Danville where he was placed in the cUstod of phe jailer to uwaithis exammi trial Nattc ToOflr Glliofflcrs- LIw are pleased to Lunounce thatl Folcys Honey and Tnr for cough colds and lung trottbu iig not affected i by the National Iure Food anDru- r law as it contains no opiatesorotheiL harmful drugs and as a srfe rem dy for children andad ults Red CrossDrug Store t Died in Indiana = Editor pf NewsLeader I thought it might be of some imeresi to frUnds ana r datives to learn through the NewsLea der of he dea hofMrsS Yo cum of this place T- ISa ah D Yocum wa born Nov 7 1843 near Springfield KYrind was the daughter cf Squire H and Eoaeline Wake field was married to John K Yocum Aug 1867 to this union 4vas born nine children fiefwhomprecededmOtherin death four I1reii ving Mrs Josie Gentry of Br ztl Ind Goo R Yo cum of Marlinsville Ind Mar Usa Yojum of Plainvdle Ind andDr B Yocum of Coal City Indr Mrs Yocum died of a can ten f th breast from which she uff ired great agony for the pas year until her death Nov 20 1000 B Yocum Coal City Ind Pure Bred Mammoth Bronz Tnr Iys for Sale Headed by a 32 yound Tom at six months oil a prize winner and from the best prize winning Ss ards of Kentucky Can ur nish gobblers and hens cidakin at aeasonable prices Mrs R A Mclntire1 RF D No2S- gringfield Ky = Insurance Ifisur in th Farmers Home insurance Company of function City K the only company in the State thaI makes any claim vOf paying its losses in fulL jy Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate SocceiaJtul treatment for Wood and Un toeaae Who Pays the Advertwing Bills An unknown exchange asks Did vou ever think about it vvho pays for the advertising of bus1nesqlmen Not the advertiser forth cost is returned to him two fOld in increased profits Not apttr advertiser and has a bet I ter assortment and fresher goods to select from Who then real ly pays the adverising bills the non advertiser of core A just proportion of loses by his lack of initiative and enterprise finds way event ally to the punter to advance the cause of education and tht interests of the community Who p lys for the advertising which attracts ihe people of this town to oth r towns The home merchant not only loses that trade but in that loss pays for the other flows advertising Isnt it plain T hestore keeper is a relic of the past the merchant is an active beiug of to day EtwJi News A TfiXaS Won r TheIeis a dill at Bowie Tex thats twire asbii as last year This wonder is W LSAILI who faoru a weight 90 pounds t as groiito over 180 He san t Miffea d with a itrrible cou b and doctors gave me up to die oi Qbnsumption 1 was reduced to OpouLds when I began taking DrLins New Disoovery for on2wfcJ ni Coughs and Colds 1Now aftor taduiul5 botttles I have more than d6u1i1- Uweiit v and am completely cured Oniy sure cough and cold cure Guaranteed by G J Haydon Druggist 50c and 8100 Trial b t1Cree Postal Scheme To tarn over the postal sr vice of the United States to a prfvate corporation un Jer strict public control is the remarkable proposal made to the Postal ommission says a Washington dispa ch W D Boyce of Chicage pub usher man of big affairs and several times a millionaire made the propbsitior on dehnlf of himself and associates whom he did not name to take Over the postoffic business and rqn it on business principle The proposal includs agree mont immediately to cut postage rates in half There could be no deficit under such an at range ment for the Government to met because the corporation would have to make ends meet Mr Boyce went to the postal corporation under a postal commission which shall be the re giilating and agency pf the Government He proposes to pay Uncle Sam rent l Qr alt post ffice quarters occupied in public buildings and over against this he desingn to charge the Government regular nl 2 ji GUARD Vigorous HeaRh is h thokV4hh49IpQleL1 5l Q tOe sr st ady Jharvest 4i j Sfum in food wJH ihangc HcaWff tfJup tIe rich red blood nature provides Youjtake alun intoyourjTooIJ btbeu cjofj so caliccij heap Powders in wHichi jilum if used ai cHcapeniriglsubstitutc for pureCrcamoiT Tarttr There is only one Sure way tp guard your health against7 alum and its injurious effectssBuyonly an absolutely purQQrpcjt Cream of TnLJkking PowdejTbLUj bjtheiusnm j Sayplainly tjI J 4 ROYALBAKING POWDER k Ro Jrinadefrdtoabofutelypure te Grape CreanLof Ttrtaf 1 Royall isa8afeguard toLhealth W Read the Sign at the Top Again r 1 t L Itt c rates for all servics performed for it These Government services he now estmates atSfo 000000 annually At half the present rate this would be cutj to 12500000 i ioi business methods to postofl1ce1e nld reult ip immense ecs om l nr tations Mr Boyce figures tlJb the expenditure for railroad hauling would be cut from 50 000000 to about one haf that sum Small Farm for Sale If not soln privately I will ob- iondaj December 21 1906 same being county court day offer for sale at the court bouse door In Springfield Ky at2 pclock P M or thereabdlTt to the highest and best bidder my farm consisting of twelve acres siluated near Polin Ky on the waters pf Lick creek For luther particulars apply to W F Grigsby my attorney Springfield Ky or the under signed OLIVER OAMMACK Polin Ky Meets Peculiar Accident MrJ P D honey of Denison Texas an uncle of Mr G A Dohoney of this city badly in jured an already injured hand Saturday morning in an unusual manner Mr Dohcney is con IIWE N ARE SOLE AGENTS I l FOR SALE BY to TLEACHM4- J nectfd with railroad Iin Ttxas and a few rampanvr r while in the discharge ties had bis right bawl so badly mashed that lie lost part of the member Tiast Week he left the hospital and on his way to Adair county to visit relatives lie stop ped over in this city have his 15L1 redressed after this baTBe CJJone heattempted- to lIght a cigar annied thp bandage which was satrute4- With an inflammable acid The flames were soon smothed but not until he had been painfully burned A physician was called and a few hours later Mr Do honey was able to leave on train for Adair county aI Mr Dohoney was formerly the revenue service in this Dis itrict having served under Bon Bent Johnson when he was colt lectort some ten or twelve yearse t ago Lebanon Enterprise Ofltwitsjlie SmeDlJA complication of female trou tt bles with catarrh of the stomach and towles bad reduced Mrs Thomas ae Austin of Leven Ie worth Ind to such a deplorable conditiOn that the doctor visdd Ln operation buo tier adlll band fearing fatal results po poneu thin to try Electric Bitters and to the amazement to all who knew her this medicine com pletely cured t er Guaranteed cure for torpid liver ki iney dis eases biliousness jaundice chilis and fever general debility nervousness and blood pois oriing Best tonis mada Price t j50c atC J Haydons drugstore J Tryit = ScruIvIIIi The pe supper attWHJi bur was a success considering thet weather Mr Hartwell Eiherington visi tid in Anderson county last week Mr Bill Scutt anil Mr Johnie Hayes are in Anderson county buyini tobacco this week Mrs Lydia Bynolds Is at the bed side of hr little tick brother e who iis very ill with pneumonia Mr Steve Baker was at Booker last week on business Miss Ora Carnev of Moores vill was the fueotof Mfss Sallie Hendren last week IIa The new bank at Wiilwbarg sfalmost completed fftatlO1Jf PANi tlak ncJJJ Lii tl Orino Laxative raIbJrKpg1ves jb permaiMt rell flac Vf i Wtual cosstlptloi as JtlitH tfce live Mad restore tk jH wral acUo f bo riils wlout fri3Wthtse trjii like pUts Misary Msrtk DMIaol WMMwdk rrripc M4 it 1itphaaat t asas a rrISN hiis- udcreerJrIIwrt 1- Ik r- S11fllflhlUlUlfl I l l JJ SUBS Rl1lJtl 1 JJtuai r f COUNTY exceedingly dependence prospector respectfully themoney- be supervising which a i f f Shortly rtrrJt r 250 acres well located 60 1 acres qreek bottom 30 acres in rt timber 125 acres in grass latfdV 1ft all lays wel1 good welling with 7romSj good tenant house twPIbarns 40 by 60 both new three 11 tist make two nice places Convea lent to church school and rail 0 d4itiOflS Price 5400 jterms eajlVor wr furtber par + it ticulars call on s MCELROY WHARTON hsima Snfm SUnIl 1111 pi ri Fpleji Hone y ani Tar bas Caree many caws of afethwa that were cQnji sidered hopeless Mrs AdOIpk Bees r lIowatd twelve yeas ago was aeglect- d uitij It finklly grew into a tha t rhe bet medical skill cdild not gIve me more than empbrary relief imei Wen growing on iaeioryear IrL i j had take it zt the fttaat I wouli have i 117Icrosalt Pfj 1Mek A u4ke f lIoae the aut ooet Th l Melancholy pity ckth book Lisa stead the test of time as few books have Prtfemr IrL Salntsbury writes Utat daU fit rc4cn f r of English literature have IoreclJRJ Lamb praises the fantastic great oil i man alldiIndeed borrowed free Mli 1 ttlninny a choice phrase Amoast 1 remarkable one bjk authors y r rrI be mentioned Sir TlMcoas Malory L fj f whoso famous collection of Arthurian romances is one oi the tmped awe treasures of the Engllsli tongve Rick fll ard Hooker whose Laws of Beekml 1tnstlcal Polity fa still a staMafi beet on the constitution of the Chwreli ef f 1t tmortnli t Is still rend with pleasure and prof t 11A iGeraMH VIi ef OrDlft Die Voche of Berlin teils Its readers what Ame aus eat taklBc MR type the average New York beM ti ifh man Hot cakes quick lWlcla 1bes v d lie Welsh rabbit lee cream grap rnlt oyster cocktails pork aad beans tad many other purely A fcaJJA fishes and lee water ore referred te alinUlgeatlou promoters All thte N1t he writer the American eats with l clish They ore the dishes of tie Jlty and of the cuntry He hejta at JauerkrautJtJ i heqse These he caUe Dote th f H Zlir r T5iiJiwsrsb1Take n long potato aM hiss s hale t Ihroogh It lengthwise for ioldiraa4 t have the outsde do Ti with a aip knlfa ltUlt con be easily hsiiaX l f When regdy to send the owe peee t Jhcir sterns In the peeftto anlWTC 11i round this n pec eiriret sbt jiHiej 1 Over this wra a seie te thi tit can j t1 fj uIlyorering ewy pMt tt t rg Ihe mlstwre e3pt pa 1 J er a1ktwULbetcWDMf a su iae5alprben tlfe tJt ilTrIy Aasd 4iaIsiU M heed tM r gt ra o t roi abs ps HAtrM4 oa vy ps s 7011 do fast lqgl be1 f r t 1 4- TQd CsDs S e II sIP be o- tbt4au i 1 1sM 11 tfi9I rt J y i WNEWSLEAOERt1 Kn T1roJJY l AYER IIN ADVANCE IIfG IJiDJV r 0KJr Iel or ptass notices 10 cents per I tHRtfnseruoB AIls e c adMate and political matte JbwerkIsJeieztIOwratesbatcasI re 1 reid deflvejy of gccSs Aayerflilig contracts made on liberal t cai 3W4wk aid rH61utlos ofrt pect sperlineLXOD1WUMltTS j rwMty Marfstrates Oitrkt 350 tOmee i icoo THURSDAY DEC 6 1906 ItIn view of the fact that cer ain ga gpo licians are waging x waJon the Hon 0 Jo McChord of this place chairman of the Kentucky Railroad Commission f iEjnan endeavor to defeat him for another term it must be especial ly gratifying to him to llearn of r the many high endorsements lie r receives from various sources ItThe latest endorsement comes jtrpm the Lumber Mens Club off Louisyille which at a meeting Psscd resolutions commending XMbMcOhprd and his assoiates for their work in behalf of the lumber intreatj securingan equiJ table rte on shipment from Lou isville The resolutions in re gard to Mr McChord says FirstThat we recognize inJ the Hon 0 Cv McChord a faith ful untiring and incorruptible public official who by years of intelligent work and study has equipped himself to be and isi now one of the ablest Railroad Commissioners in the United States with the ability and cout rage to do justice to both shippers and carrierssSecondThat as a club we disclaim any politic J allegiance L with any party our piembership being composed of membeis of various political parties but we i take this action because we t deem the matter one of business rather than politics feeling thatI it is the duty not alone of all B shippers bul also of 011iOIC I spirited citii fliQjoesjre the depeo- J t i ur Stat great atcral resources to give to Mr McChord their layal and active support That was a disg fcefuloccur ence at Princeton Ky last week when a mob of 500 masked men invaded the town in the dyad hour of night and applied the r tourchwhich reducee to ashes seyeral valuable plants belong ing to the tobacco trust Tht it outrage is thought to be the cul minaticn of the feeling whichff I has een stirred up anong the t tobacco growers and the tobacco dbnyrs who have been generally t classed as the trust In this dayail age Of enlightenment that such acts of lawlessness d should be possible m a civilized community seems almost incom prehensible yet that mens pas sion can be aroused to commit such oatracres has been proven all too often of late The atth- OrtiiEsar try ing to investigate the affair but are naturally handicapped their efforts of bringing to light the guilt pates for as is the case with all mobs successful investiga 57 tions are difficult Mores the pity If a few of the ringleaders iin such outrages could feel the l weight of the law it would be better for all concerned t lirkeys for Sale IhaveJ pure tred mammoth bronze turkeys for sale from such yardSaf Geo Woolf John- It Eurierson and Mrs J T Bisiiiey large bone and fiQe plumage Can furnish toms ana hens no vakin at asonable Pnces Mrs J F Keen R FD No Jj Springfield Ky Telephone call central Y v r MwoiiK th Bronze Turkeys Mammoth Bronze turt eys wih etpeJtof breeding and mark ingexfcr fingbtrds from prize wiBiiBff slc Pairs or mor Botrelj gor large size big ifcpng n14 fiwjplumage write J MriW P Meritt IRylFtD Springfield Ky jti6s Hfw DISCOVERY j s TMOtMk See Sanff 1ClausT AtMens A big assortment of Toys with whch tip please the children Makethelittle ones happy dy providing a few simple toys for Christmas See our Doll Window Dolls old and young arge and small dressed and undressed at prices to suit all Conral Hertlein r 11 h Zion Echoes TpMrDan Sutherland wife and guetofMrandfamilySunday Miss Cordja Pmkston of Nel son county is visiting her cou sin Miss Ora PinfrstoriSMiss Carrie Neal and little sis ter of Chaplin Fork spent Thanksgiving with their grandmother Miss Elizabeth Sutherland is now visiting relatives at Willis burg rMr Jallis Pink ton spent from Thursday until Saturday with his cousin at Stri gtown Mrs Alice Bu hands charm ing little daughter Bertha is the guest of MrsjEate Williams Mr John Russell and sister Miss Carrieof near Vanarsdale Thanksgiving at home Mrs Baily pjinkst0 nand daaghter attended the funeral or Mrs Jerome Trejit at Willisburg on last Wednesday Chttplinis+ r s1isHurnphryattfndjsfi servics at Ml Zion 5Saiuy Mr Milton Nti1 and wife of Chaplin visited at Mrs Emma Neals Saturday night and Sun day Mrs J N Haves attended Thanksgiving services at Chap ln and spent tle day with Mrs I B Irvin 1 Mr Everett Parish is quite ill it this writing Mr Vfm Merritt wife and Master Henry of Pleasart Grove were the pleasant guest of Mrs Ella Tajlor Monday The Tattlers L Rockbrid e As there is no correspdndeafrj from our communiy I will at tempt to wiite a few news items maretMiss Ollie Hawthorne and Mr Jenkins were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the rei rfe of Rev J A Sims The bride fourteen years of age and i w = tbe groom seventeen Mty e ery be theirs is the wish of the IWHt I p Ujhe ocial giveri by Mics Ethel Hendrix last Monday night was well attended There were 30 girls and 50 boys pres ent Miss Hendrix will return to Oklahoma Thursday where whereshe has made her home for several years We are sor ry to give up MisS Ethell and before we said good by we sang that good old Sunday school song God be with us till we meet again H and then boarded the hay wagon fcr our old Kentucky homes Prayer meeting here every Thursday night Mr Murry Gordon and family nnd Mr Ti II Jordon and wife visited tie home of R S Har din of Scruggsvillg Siindday- We are sorry to report that Mrs LiH Hardin is no better Rose Bud H ilf55JevM Cure fur Epi1psy J B Water of W tertown 0 Rural free deliverp writes My daughter afflcted for years with epilepisy was cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills She has not dot had an attack for over two years Best bcdy cleanser and life givirvg tonc pills od e rth 25c at C J Haydons drug storeI fbINe We have been absent for some but will try and write aga n Mr Jess Yashburn and wife and little son and Mrs Sallie Wilkerson visited N r W T Hardesty Sunday Little Willie Cheatham is very sick with the wlioopingcough Mr Tom Hardesty and wife of Springfield visited his parents here last week Mr Gal Seay was in Harrods burg Mpnday on business Mrs Moliie Trent was buried at Willisburg Wtdnesday She leaves a husband and two little girls to mourn her death The farmers are ail very busy stripping tobacco Mr M F Crjw and wife visit ed Mr Bill Oheatham at Poore tuwn Sunday Mr Ira parrisl1 visiA4Bessie Jenkins Su = ueWitt Caof Chicago at whoso laboratory Kodol is prepared assure us that this remarkable diges tant and corrective for the stomach conforms fully to all provisions of the Nationel Pure Food and Drug Law The Kodol laboratory is a very large one but is ail the suffers from indigestion and stomach trouble could know the virtnres of Kodol it would be impossible for 4the manufactures to keep up with the demand Kodol is sold here by Red Cross Drug Store Vllisbur Born to the wife ofMr H B Greenwood an last Fridiy morn ing a finn daughter alsoto the wife of W B Shirley on Thursday morning a boy Mr TIler Jenkins and Miss Olhe Hawthorne of Fairview were quietlyrinarried at the home of Rev J A Sinos Sunday afternoon Mr W S Gbbs went to leb anon Monday and from there to Louisville to be goon several days Virpie the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Han daU ccntin ties quite ill of tonsilitis Mrs W T Wells and Miss 1 WINTER CLOTHES II I We have been adding tto our stock p- fMens Clothing until now we have Styless and Prices 5 to suit everbody Over= Coats and Suits with style and fit We speci tllyinvite the Ladies to inspect our stock of I Cloaks and Raincoats We take a special pride in our Shoe Department andIiwill guarantee gocd values for the money both in Men and Ladies Shoes t Grundy 6 Melntire t I Mattie Leo Brown have been visiting Mrs F B Mitchell of Lawreuceburg for thepilSt few days ifT Mrs J M Trent isipvisiting in Louisville this week HBGaeenwood returned to Louisville Friday Mr S Towler the manager of the Telephone at this place was in our town last Friday in the interest of the work we are heiwon many friends in our midst Urs Hyatt and Shewmaker and E T Etherington attended court at Harrodsburg Monday Mrs T J Miller entertained Mr and MisS B Yeager and Dr and Mrs Hyatt Thanksgiving Miss Nora Goodlett is spend ing a feR days In our town Mr William Sutton and family moved to our town Monday Mrs Nancy Ferrell is visiting her daughter at Hillsboro for a few days Mr and Mrs T J Miller at tended the Logsdon Edeltn wed ding at Springfield llast Wednes daySAir anJ Mrs Sam Yeager yis ited the latters parentsdt Mooresvill Sunday Misses Lizzie and Blanch Shir ley visited the home of Mr Gjode Shirley and family Sun day Mrs W S Gibbs attended Thanksgiving services at Mack ville t Long Tennessee FIghtf For twenty years W L Bawls of Bells Tenn fought nasal cat rrb He writes The swelling and soreness inside my nosc apiplyingthe sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to return Best salve in existence 25c at C J Faydcns drug store MOQRIiSVILLE Since our last there has been born to the wife of F M Strange an 11 pound boy a Che infant child of Mr ana Mrs Elijah Farris an af in dntboE61ter1T- he last J work on the new pike at Maud win be completed this week and open for travel Mr and Mrs W H Bobleti entertained a few of their friends and relations at their home last Saturday at dinner Misses Ivy and Erne Rileyof Stringtown May Buckmanol Springfield Mr and Mrs Wit turns Sweeney of Wcodlawn Messrs James Moran and Owen Ellis of Valley Hill attended church at New Hope last Sun dayIWe were sorry to hear of the death of Mrs Mollie Trent which occurred Tuesday of last week She was a devoted Chris tian She leaves father ard mother sister and brother hus band and two small children to mourn her death After servic es by Rev Sims at Willisburg her remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at that place There was a large crowd out to bear Bro Benight of the Seminary preach at New Hope last Sunday There will be preaching again the thud Sun day There has been three boxes taken of the Mporesville ex change December 1st and rumor says more will soon follow Mr James Cull and family of Spencer county visited the former parents Mr and Mrs Cull lastJSaturday anJ Sunday There vas A S of E organ ized at Mooresville last Friday night James Truax was elected president Wm Eddleman vice president T J Settle secretary tThey will meet at Mopresville next Saturday Where all who want to joinlmay have a chance Mr Shape wai the prganizer We hope the lodge may prosper 54 man with a sprained ankle will use a crttch rest the ankle and let it get well A man or woman with an overturned stotnrch must have rOil just the same It can be rested too without starvation Kodol performs the digestive work of the tired stomach and corrects the digestive appra tusi Kcdol fully conforms to the pro vcsions of the National Pure Food and Drug Laws Recommended and Sold by Red Cross Doug Store- Public Sale Having sold my farm at Valley Hill Iwill on I FRIDAY DECEMBER 14 1906 Regnaing at 1 oclock pm offer for sale to the highost bid der the following property Five milch cows 5 weanling calves 1 pearling heifer yearling steer 4 brood sows 85 shoats 1 white Chester boar BOO bushels cf corn and farming implements also about five dozen hens TERMS All sums under 10 cash over that amount 12 months time with interest payable in eiiher bank Springfield G G TUCKER Miona stomach tablets which the Red Cross Drug store sells under garantee cure all forms lof stomach ills handsome new style in V our Diamond Special Grade G fkA that will give the finishing P 3UU touch to any costume This is only of new patterns Ask your dealer to show you his styles of Diamond Brand Shoes He shouldliavd them in all grades at all prices for men as wellas for women and children DMMOfiD BRANDS te WE MAffE MORE FINK ShOeS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TIlE WEST Real Estate Transfere The following transfers of Washington county Teal estate having been recently recorded id the county clerks office John RoBards and wife to W A Royalty 88 acres for 4i1lOOII Dunlay Hale to Everett ish 79 acres 24 poles for 1100 W M Nallyand wifet2 Henry Lawrence 90 acres more or iless for 500 L H Hamilton and wife to J Lewis Hamilton 145 acres for 3500 J W Hiltonand wife toHenry Lawrence 68 acres more or llless- for 30- 0Luther IIJenkins to J B Jen kins 20 acresone7uurtn undi vjupu voieau for 175 Henry Lawrence and wife tQI Charles Milton 10 aCfesmore or less for 150 IJ W Jenkin and wife to J Jenkins 130 acres for 3000 Francis Wall and wife to Thos J Graves etc business house in Springfield considera ticn 2390 J H S Smith to Mary E4e len one acre of land 1 J H Ishain and wife to G W Tsham 22 acres for 600 Sylyesta Smith etc to Dan West 12 acres more or less for 1512 50 T H Royalty to Elvin Roy alty 168 acres 3 rods and 30 poles for 2600 W E Brown and wife to H J Brown 103i acres for 1700 WH Long and wife to J H Robinson 56 acres more or less for 775- Albert Tat m etc to E Par rott 20 ares more or less 800 Della Goode etc tIb Cordye Peterson 118 acre for 1000 A case which occupied about two days in Judge Litseys court last week was a suit brought by John Carrier against his mother iqlaw Mrs Hood in which Carrier sought to gain posession of his two children which bad been cued for by Mrs Hood since the death of their mother several years ago Carrier luis since married another woman and wishes to get posession of the children The grandparents refuse to give them up oh the grounds that their father is of a bad character and tile surround ings of his bomeare not such as would becc nducive to the we fare of the young ones Testimony ras introduced on both sides as to the moralcharacter of all of the nterested parties The facts brought out had a ten dency to show that the children would be better off if taken away and cared for in soma charitable institution and that it would a good Case for a Juvenile court if the county possed such an in stitutou Judge Litsey decided that the childIen were better off with their grandparents and rc fused the father the custody Lost On Thanksgiving day between Cnristian church and mill a p ur of gold spectacles in a Cate with Ed M Russells tame otiit also a black kid glove The finder will be rewarded by leaving the articles at McElroy Sha ders grocery Mrs I L Janes NOTICE Hunters are hereby given warning rot to hurit on my place All tresspassers will be prosecuted JOHN Y MAYES No Hunting Hunters are hereby notified to keep off of my place All tress passers will be prosecuted LUTHER A BURNS f a2ad cioe 1A one our WsHOENAKEHV LI Commissipners Sale F E Kuhn Trustee c Puffs V3 John K Wall et al Dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1906 in the above style cause for the sum of 37256 with interest at the rate of per centum per annum from the 1st day of September 1905 withIpaid proceed sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY DECEMBER 24 1906 2 oclock pm of thereabout being Iat court day to the highest and bidder at public auction upon a qf six months the following described property towit or su1ll cient thereof to produce thp Sum f money so QDereAtQbe mauc- IxJprie life estate of John K Wall in the land hereinafter described In offering the land the Commissioner will call for bids for the new building erected by Jqhn K Wall near the Lebanon ahd Springfield turnpike the purchaser to pay the claims and take the said dwelling with an amount of land adjacent thereto the highest bidder to be the one who will pay the amountIansiSpringfieldthe Palmer Farm containing about 370 acres being the same now ocr pied by JolmK Wall and devised o nim under the will of Katherine A Wall deceased If less than the whole be sord the number of acres purchased to be laid oft to the pur chaser after confirmation of sale adjoining the Lebanon and Springfield turnpikeSLanham Lumber Coi debt and interest 40232 Goodins debt and Interest 13155 Estimated cost 5000 Total 5838 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bid ders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN MC W C C will IL1crstt Many Ever person should know that good health id impossible if the kidneys re deranged Foleys Kidney Care will cure kidney and bladder disease in any form and will build up and strengeteu thece organs 60 they will perform their functions properly No danger of Brights disease or diabetes if F leys Kidney is taken in tlne Rfd Cross Drug Store Commissioners Sale Robert Bl ndfordr c PuTS vs Pattie Blandford c Pits By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the OctobeV term 1900 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY DECEMER 2i 1900 at 2i oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bid cler at public auction upon a credit of and 12 months the following de scribed property towit A certain tractor patel of land lying in Washington county Ky nearSt Rose church and bounded as follows On the North by the lands of Kent Blandford ind the old ElIaeth town road on the South by the lands of Tom Blandford and Bud Badgett and on the West by the lands of Clo tilda Blandford and Robert W eatly and supposed to contain 12Sctes- For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legalinterest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these tern M G LEACHMAN MCWC C 5It is r mistake to use a violent cathartic to open the buwles A gentle movemcut will accomplish thg same result withont causing distress or ser lone consequences later DeWitts LIttle Ekrlr TJaisers are recommend ed duld by Red CroeS Drug Stoie Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of Fruit and Orna dental Trees Ever ytSg1RbFruits etc is now ready on apimeatiop We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter s H F H1LLENMEYER i SON- SLexington Ky = OOOOGOQ 0000000000000 8 T Q Q f BigI Stock j Q iJff1 8 Q of Furnlturi Q 8 r11 v j J I 8 From which to make a selection Chairs Q 13 Rockers Tables Bed Room Suits Dressers 0 + 1 Fine AI8 Rug all sizes and oality from 75cents T v up L Come and seemy fine jardineres and pedestals gJtJV 8 r 5jISand Trade t f I 1wlAndt j t8 SiS iIH1 WE LEACtIMANZ irt tS THE FURNITURE MAty 8 IIfrit 6 OOObOOOOQO XXXXXX GOOOOOGO Q Ik F 4 I BUCKEYE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE i 1 717 East Water St Cincinnati Ohio WA BBADtI4DCO W A Bradford Tandy Quisenberryi i INDEPENDENT o E Does a strictly commissidn business Interest of patrons cre fully guarded Three months free storage We give to all strip fiipers 150 per hogshead for all tobacco consigned to us ard t Equalize freight with Louisville We t 4busi nIJi xTimeF L 4though1 first clock to now Bridge the chasm and what have you S The firstrclock crude the one of Stoday almost a chronometer tf Accurate Clocks and I Elegant Jewelry 1 is what you find the year round fl at my jewelry store My new tZ gt 6 1money1 t S James J Graves III- S i c 1 iJ J L AllenII CMTqmey JWeman 1I f l1J o Blue Grass Manufacturing Co I IfS Manufacturers of fit 1 Harness andStrap Q kjt c f t fi w 1 r h bc f c Itbt k1 rlt tt fWe are especially prepared to do rI9nds tJof repairing to Harness Saddles etc 1 r rU IfLtit Hand Made Harnesssa sSpiialfcY pt1 Wall Street Near the Depot SP1NGF1ELDCYS i i C iiJ E iafa4 i k- II HAVE YOU A KODAK ffF m J Itletme furnish you with AN EASTMAN ttjJi r THE aESTM E 161 Iin all sizes and prices Also keep a full 4ine ow L uj Kodak anoT Camera Supplies P1M G xF Hrrdontif ItmaEEEBE EEE BEEP0 jr Ti firstt National1 Bank iir r SPRthGFIELDXY IIiGapifalI 50OOO SS J Surplus and Uthvitle41 rtitsS2IIo I t OFFICERS B J Litsey President JohnW Lewis VlceFresMeat I JA C McElroy Cashier It IL Cain Assistant Uaskier It E Foster BookKeeper II H Purdom Asst BookKeeci- DIRECTORSB r45 I iitseyt JW Lewis W D OlaybreHikeV SSNays RH Edeten H MGrundy JohnOFiltm 1 J SSWeir utev y favbr consistent with stfe baikini yew iml new respectfully solicited IJ 1S 121 11 at a OR JMJ BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST iTEETH EXTRACTED rWITHOUT PAIN grncTBHagan Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY A A11 Dental Work Strictly Firstclass J 1J C j1IUDL r lBjslcian and SSurgeon Offipes over Huydons i s i U Lampton M D Office in Opera House o L Ofllcc Phone Np 5 No 38 LRcsldcnccr Wf GRIQSBY ATTORNEyATLAW I + Office over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY i tf ft BROBARDS M W FYATT i RbBARDS A pYATT Physicians and surgeons i Office over McElroy Shullz DRJIIV HOPPER I PHYSJGIAN and SURGEON PHONES Office Dyer Office 97 Hogans Grocery ResidendellI t tlDrWW Rayf A PYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over C W Hagans gro celopposite Presbyterian f church Phones Office 175 f Residence 172 3 JONY MAYES RUNERALt uiliECTOR r t rlllDUCElSENMBALMERf TELEPHONE J 2 k DAY19 NIGHT 74 SPMGFIELl KYa 3 jIRairoad Schedulcefollowing is the tiipe schedule now in effect on the Bardstown J and Sprjnglield blarch railroad- g 1Np417Leayes Louisville at i 410 pm Bar stowtf Junction t02 pm Bardgtown 55J pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm No 42Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstpwn 617amnr t Bardstown Junction 705 amm arrives at Louisville 7 55 amUNQ43Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardtown Junction j 930 am Bardstown 1115 am- a V arrives at Springfield 1240 pm i Np44 Leaves Springfield a ifi0pm Bardstown 230 pm 4Bardstown Junotiob 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction A t45 am arrives at Louisville 935 am DNo 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown j Junction 650 pm Bards lowo 753 pm arrives at Springfield 625prn tt J To Tobacco ShifljjtrSll We wish to state tQ our friends b throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect yed directly or indirtctly with l i inv otli r warehouse or ware ppuse company j sWeI Jpendent Tobacco Warehout j xOommission Busiiess and resIt peftfullj sol cit your patronage 0A nRID EStto Proprie tors Pick lTotafcoWrehouso Lo myille tfy j 408 mo 4 1 y FRESH BREAD t ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Daily Always good always fresh Wej have a Baker who is anrar tist at mating good ingsI Six Loaves of Bread for 25c Herdiens Confectionery THE JEXAS WONDER i Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic trobbles slId by jkjtvdrnggists or two monthsii ir LtnieDt by mail frll-Drii Hall 2926 Olive stree t iip51af Send for Keniucky IUIjIiQniar3 rlljFrF 4 t Rf IIODYA1IDTAR r MUMwt aV sbc No opiates A TOWNi I W W U1rob ofd iPdrll Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest Q AlIAboutVourself Friends landI qualn nces g J = M w4wc M mG4 50lard cans for sale cheap at C W Hagans Full size iron beds from 2 50 uP at LeachmajiR jIDcnportsaicouches from 12 up at LeacHnians eRockers at Leachmans furniture store from 1U25 to 12 Go tosee Leaehinaos bed room suits in7 sOlId oaks from Sl8to75 j Sltea per pound now for Toe 8 cakes launj ry soap for 25c VC W Hagan A pUre country Sorghumfor 40c per gallon for 10 days only at C W Hagans Clothes cleaned and pressed with neatness and dispatch IGEO B TAYLOR ai1 Campbell is in Louis villa and Cincinnatii this week on business Jfor the Campbell gro cery FOR SALE Thoroughbred BrownLeghorn Cockeiels at 50 cents each MRS MJNNIKD REED Mr and Mrs Samuel Van- Arsdale have JDoved from their arm sear Pleasant Grove into toWn for the winter j Why not bring toe your bones and sausage an get the best market prices for them at all times cashif Preferred C W Hagan tr tt Mr and Mrs A Johnston of tile Canary neighborhood have become residents of the town Mr JohnsEn1si proprie ter oi the Cigar Factory Now is tho time to buy your sugar and coffee I will save you 0 p r cent forjhe next 10 days 20 cent coffee at ilSp 18c coffee t 15c C W Hajan p WArEDThiee ddZwn dress d chickens pgr lweeak for the L rketeL them nice CtW Hagan t Now is the ti yourIsurplus hams Bont hold them for Xmas they ae worth more w than then Bring them toe cash if preferred GV agan In order 16 reduce my stock for the next ten frays twill sell all canned goods ajt a big cut 15c tomatoes 1 t 12c ftOc corn at 8c Eevrvthing else jn jroportionI C W Hagan The sale pf Cimpbelrs gro cery failed to irtaterialize so you can still find usat our Old stand ever ready to sell you ECrocerics and buy your produce MRS LIZZIE JCAMPBELL Proprietor Keep posted Supply your self with something thread these long winter evenings by calling at the News Leader office and subscribing for one of our com binations The Louisville daily Herald and NesLe der both fcr one year 82ji Get protection If rom loss by- icknessor acdidni by takiny a policy in the Great Eastern CausuaJty and Indemnftv O t costs you pnjyfote dollar a mouth and pays 500 in case or death by1 accident and 40 per month for disability durikgsic 11callNOTICE Notice is hereb- yivcnthati baye riot authorizd any one to buy tobacco for me or in rav nlme or for the Amen can Tobacco Company Persons buying for mqor Jri my name are doing so without my consent or authority andany one selling to anypersonclaimingtq represent medo so at their own peril as I will not be responsible for any such purchases m M Moss Invitalions hav been received in Springfield to the wedding of Vliss Margaret Ravenel to Mr Joseph Wilfdns Mansfield wjhich is to occurat the first Presbytdr mn church at Spartansburg South Carolina on Tuesday December 11th The groom to t oe isa former Springfi Id young man and his many friends at tbs t pace extend to him bast wishes for his future happipess TOPICS 9 and Mrs H Hamilton Rob INr bave moved into the rooms vacated by Mr and Mrs Nelson at Mrs Mollie Mayes Mr and Mrs Howard Nelson have Jgiven up their rooms at Mis Mollie Mayes Mr Nelson has taleu board at the walton S M Campbell makes the f llcwiipk report Of sales held l last week On Friday CorM r NaWiieiLeaChman a good crowdt in attendance and everything soui high and 6n Saturday In Jpoyle county for Me Gray al though it was raining all day jet had good crowd and every thing sold high He also re P9rts Harrodsburg court Mon day was jpelTat ended and about 300 cattle on the market but lbjuvers and sellers a l16rig vay apart plenty of plug horsps on the market at tow prices a good demand for much cows and only two br three on the market MclSlroy Wharton the real esiiite dealers made an impor tant sale of propertylat week wlfon they sold to Mr William N Keeling of Tatham Springs the fawn adjoining town of Mr Isaac Curry at the handsome price of 85 per acre This place contains about 108 acres and adjoins the fair grounds Mr rGurry sold the farm two years ago to St Catherine when it was contemplated to build the new St Catherines school on it Theprice paid then was 5000 The St CatliDiihe people decked not to utilize the property for their building and gave Mr Curry 1000 to take the property back Mr Curry has since erected a nice dwelling on tlie prop erty but still the price repro sents a substantial advance Mr Keeling the hew owner is one of the most substantial citizens of the county and has been owner of the tunnel mill Ut Tatham Springs for several years Notice 1 Uo light No w ter Owing to thecondition of the boiler the Springfied Water Electric Light Gov will be compelled to cut out water and lights for a day and night or two SPRINGFIELD WATER ELEC TRIC LIGHT Co R Y McElroyDead Mr Rhoden Yarrott McElrovAl prominent citizen capitalist andJ man ofoffairliedjt his home in Lebanon on last Sunday inprniugaFter a short illness of l pneumonia Mr McElroy was iGtbc eightieth year of his agel and had bech a life long resident i of Washington and larincoun ties halving bden born at the old Mcjlroy homestead situatadt thar ihe dividing line botween the two counties He was a sue cesful farmer and owned and- operatedfor ears a fine country place on Pleasant Run in this j County where he as a breeder of fine live stpck Mr McElroy had been married twice Early in life he married Miss Fannie Harditi and to that union six children were vborn three of whom are now living as f Hows vlr Robert H McElroy anil i Mrs I EL Tlrurinan of this county d Mrs H D Rodraun of helby county flis second t mHrriage was to Mrs Lizzie Mqntgorijery and to them children ere born twb of fiveI R Y MeElroy Jr and i Rebecca McEhoy tOlhcl with the wido survive Mr McElroy had been making his hsino in Lebanon for the pst twenty years where he was prominently identified witti the business interests of the town He wftsidentitffd With the Citi zns National Bank pf that place since its organic itioo and was Its president at tile thne obisl w OIttraveling a long distance g jt to have your teeth extracted I mmg All work guar W nteedIt1 T 1 G CRUME iiiIartstown hy- 33j3333333931 335 333 Jr t r ET TThIIrw J T iiii l ii- rr II ikkgIIE I you WILL NEED THEM jc r If For the Glds r LittleGirls itwillsoon be very tt coldand I len you will need- aCloakto 4wear tQI c School and every c place you go have want Something every stilljlook if Item Tailor Made Suits boys LrI DO JitItI- More j two million children majority of whom are under twelve Of age are compelled by dire necessity to labor long hours in r t dismal factories for wtal Their daily bread suctenance Theirs is withnutIaugntno and Jire lobbed its childhobd and school while dl 1 OF GOODS r Co t ie t 44 r 4 444 I Our Line of Ii Now I iiI We to everyone an invitation to in to see prettiest l o CHINA GLASS Etc ever in town Dont until to buy or istay away because you dont to buy EVERYBODY IS WELCOME t Hagan Bros ttI 4 4 death He was a bolder of large property interests Ma rion and Washington counties owing besides some tine farming lands a number of business houses in Springfield He VMS Iarg3 stock holQcr and dir ector inthe First INatiocal Bank of Springfield services were conduct d in the Methodist chiircli of Lobakon by Rev C ILPmtlior asvsistcd lby Rev OW Lyon orthis place Int4ninentwa in the PloHSftnt cemetery nt Pleasnnt Run Mqlhodist Church PEASUNAL ISrr Ray Good in of Lebanon was in town Tuesday Mr Gf Df Duncan was in Lou isville Wodnesdav Dr G prge Shauvtyof Louis yilie fsjrent jSunduy here Mr Dave Shuck of Lebanon Iwasin I Iabel Thursday Thompson iis visit ds in Dahvitle R A RoBards as in Leba nou Tuesday on business Miss Laveoia OConnor is visVtitg friends in Louisville Mr Shake Robertson is in Bardstqwn on a hunting Mr G C Whatron wag in Louisville Sunday and Monday Miss Jennie Craycroft spent Saturday and Sunday iu Louis ulebMary Brown returned to after spend ing a fewdays hero with her sisters IIMr N L CUrry of Harrods Mr Eburg was S Wednesday Miss returned from Louisville Monday weeks visit MrJohn F Simms and daughter Miss Sara were in Bardstown Tuesday Mr o C McGill and MrO 0 Cambron of Lebanon were Jn town yesterday We that very Cloak you you can wear day on Sunday During the next week you should you are con la tini g a suit over our line of ready towear for men and than tima years bare pay of extend come the line of the walt you are ready want 4 I both in Funeral Run town trip Miss Monday at Macs Althairo after Miss Anna J Simms is visit ing her aunt Mrs R HEdeleni of Bardstown Miss Catherine Spalingand Mr Fiank Paters spent Sunday with friends hero Miss Myrtle Campbell and Mr Harry Smith were in Lo retto one day last week J Misses Roe Montgomery and Eliza Lisle McChord of Leba I non spent Friday here Miss Pear Conner of Freder icksiown spent Thanksgiving with Miss Uahariue Russell Messrs Green Jones and John Alulvey of Louisville are here for a few days hunt Miss Sadie Mayes and Mrs T D Wells spent yesterday with friends in Lebanon MisI Edgar Man ll of Luis ville is the guest of Mr and MrsHonry Leach man Miss Jonnie Redding spent the latter part pf last week with Mrs John Brown at Lelanoa Missi Mary McCUllanj of Leba non spen Thanksgiving withjj Miss Minnie McClellan Dr J M Burton and Mrs Kutie Williams attended the football gamcat Lebanon Thursday 1 Mr Nat Thompson of Pleas ant Grove has leturned hqme after a few dayssiay in Harrods burg Mr Knight Handy has return t ed home after a visit to Davisoa Reed of Pleasant Grove t Misses Mary McCabe Nellie Greene Myrtle and Mabel Price spent Wednesday in Lebanon Mrs Pius Wbalen of Bardsbt town spent llast weejr withhat parents Mr and Mrs Ben FIJ Simms i Mrs Albert Lake is visiting relatives at Ripley Ohio and will remain for the Christmas l holidays IMr ana Mrs John W Lewis spent last week with thfir daugh ter MrsF ederick Manetin Louisville Mrs Fred Hagan and frs Will Hagan spent Ttnnkgsiving With Mr and Mrs W G Rogers- at Leoanon Mrs Ellen Wrigkt has re turned fe her home in Danville after a few months stay with Mr John P Greene and family Miss Mabel Price has Returned home after spendifag the Thanks LaJveniaMiss Mabal Williams enter tained Misses Pearl Conner day Mr andMrs Valjter L Sut ton havereturned to Indfanapp lis after spending Thanksgiving vacation with Mrand Mrs E L Davison Mr and Mrs D 0 Walker LOulsviUesppntThanlrsgiving Mrs Eo 01 Walker at Walker Heights f1 Mr Howard Neson left Monday to visit his near San Aptonio Texas lAler Mrs Nelson will join him to spend a few months in San Antonio Mrs Ardie Brown Mrs E iza beth Henderson and daughter Emosene who have been visiting Mrs FM Martin left yes terday td visit relatives in Dan ville Mrs JB RoBards returned from Burgm Friday accompan ied by her father Mr N L Buster Mis Buster arrived Tuesday and will remain for a few days visit After spending six weeks hereto recuperate his Ijealih Mr T B Blanford Returned to Straight Creek Bell county yesterday where he has charge othe Straight Creek Coal Gos cdmt mistary Mr JVardeman Hall an old former resident of this county who1 lus been making hishome in Kansas City Mo is hero this week on a little visit to friends and relatives Mr Hall has been away for eighteen years and says that lie notes many changes in Springfield U D Entertainment A large audience appeared at the Opera House on last Thurs ay evening to witness then tertainmenb given under the auspices of the United Daughters of the Confederacy The program was made op of recitations and character impersonations by Miss Lewis of Louisville inter with musical selections y home talent The audience appeared to be well pleased with the performance Miss Lewis is quite a versatile performer essaying heavy Shakespearian roles and negro dialect sd light comedy with equal ease An pleasing feature of the evening was the music as And when buyingi or looking remember that the brand High Art- is a standing Iperfection you want a perfect fittings dressy upto date Suit for busine s s or dress 0 c ca lion come to us 1Fort We have all kinds of Overcoats and Suits macLby the Climax house Andno matter what kind of weather it is we will be pleased to see you andshow you our line of Boys ready madeSuits r YOU KNOWAmerican lif rdFre3QUALITY te r 4Tle Rob rtsollClaybrooko 111C1I Christmas IGoods Open i y Louisville Medley a Mrd cathernelRUSiell brothers especially MAAKS e GREEN 5 I The old Reliable Manufacurers 5 4 and Dealers in all Kinds of rI 4 LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES 5 r 1 SASH DOORS BLINDS fF 4 IfWeI Mixed Cannell Coal jd1 Gantbe Beat i rf c 5 We aresole agents for r I ACME CEMENT PLASTER 5 L- rI The Best on Earth prices Right t J I Office and Yards i Doctor and Railroad Street Springfield Ky II- i It iI l3 t Jk fiJiyftiiiiliiIi With a 1 I Blizzard Stornte Shield rI 4 1Ztagainst adjustmentCheap 11f Come and sde our line of Buggy Rugs and Horse Blmtets J Full Lowest J i priceI WBLLSBROS 3i4c444i si t rendered by several the young folks of the town who had kindly given Jheir services help a charitable cause Miss Mary Haydon deligHted the audience with her solos for which she possesses a remarkably pweet voice The singing tht tijar tette composed of Misses Hay don and BAy and Messrs Coltin and Waters made a hit and received several eicore by the raudifate and Miss Hay alMr Waters did a little musical 1IJ V i it f c t t 4 cold jai 0 1 p r snow fis easy ij 1 J i 1 4 a L oJlnil L tf J kit4 i4 lH T i A Line i 0 t f l 1 r H of to of w it tJ 01 t sketch as a duetwhidliVw qilta cleiefnd wolFreceikeud Mr Woodson MOM who POie a l rll clvoiceMfftetone MIlK a aao whkh was iigreatly appmefcto fy the ait dienc Th vfiiiwvtefcetfow given JtfiM Li fc Wiiltni Ud Miss Emogeme Hendw iwell mer d and pkM kb r ociiy u1lIIIt q1e piet 1u um wWA t IL tMMd lor cfaftnljr avxmg ICrte yetrsn 4 JW Jii T LEADER j ILw SHORT TORIES K t tTitoie Jee four Xdffu coty certairilr gave peat Cftaao a warm timefsald White Bwby secretary to jthe Danville ititoMMB la describing Uncle Joes nrteff rooK his own district during rcet campaign It Paris the RepBblicaJM gave MK Caonon a dinner JR th ieadlog hotel aid Tvhen the spread iras at Its height Ire broke out In the kitchen arid compelled the coin paRT to beat a hasty retrent The speaker made his escape holding a Kipkin none hand uad a wedge o- fpijkin 1fn the other 4 After the evening meeting we went tG bed at the snme tavern I was tired I I T Ji xu BED INTO Ins mAHEEE arid it seemed as though my head had hafdly touched the pillow when the fire bell rang and somebody pounded c on my door and shouted that the build IrijrirasSiflre I hustled out threw on some clothes and rushed down the hall irto the speakers room I rushed Into his chamber and was astonished to find him calmly brushing his teeth Then he put on his coat and sat down in a chair and began to read the paper of the day before Meantime the firemen were at Work on that part of the hotel I but Mr Cannon lay down on the bed and left me to watch We got out of town without being scorched but I havent discovered yet why the speak I er should select a time of fire to use Lhis toothbrush Chicago Evening Post itFercot flIp Incoj Chancellor James B Day of Syracuse university was discussing at a dinner his recent edict against theater going and the use of tobacco by students holding scholarships Scholarships said Chancellor Day are for poor students and he who smokes and visits the theaters may be poor but he Is not living up to the part It Js not wIse to travel incognito 3oiIo so he continued lls often as sociated with something disgraceful 4 Witness the story of the tramp who at a magistrates early morning bearing did not answer to his name sitting absently in his seat as the name was r shout dfinr or five times When mat tersflnally righted themselves the magistrate said angrily eoWhy didnt you answer to your name 1c Beg pardon yer honor but I forgot wot name I guy last night replied the trampVWhat thundered the magistrate Didnt you give your right name 2iIr Novyer honor said the tramp Tm atravelin incog n VA WEST POINT STOEYc1 OVID INCIDENT THAT MADE GENERAL BUELL BREAK A RECORD Flagrant B4nchof DUclplIne That WA Gretcsipe Eaoasn to Make the GeReral Who Sc Ch Lauched Roar Ia Spite of CrlSincss General BuelU whtije timely arriv l at Shlloh some military critics bolt- saved General Grant from defeat wa known In the old arjmy as the man who cant laugh Generall Buell waIt not grave merely he was grim tWo yearling cadets at West Iplnt made General Buell break a record It was hot on the plateau above the waters of the Hudson hotter than cheek 2t a fieldplece that has been theII action so hot that the leaves on elm tree shriveled and the feetof the pacing sentries burned from contact with the only pavcd path on the govI ernment resell tlothVThe plebes had reported and wer quartered In two divisions Of barracks the upper class men having been turn ed out to share Barters with their comrades in the other divisions The June examinations were on The board of YlsItora of which Gen eral Bue was a member had paid Its perfunctory visits to mess hall to acaLv demIc building and to barracks It was 10 oclock In the morning Two cadets had been thrown by fato and by the arrival of the plebes Into tho same room of the fifth division of bar racks The thermometer In the shade pf the guardhouse registered 99 de gress in the room In which the two cadets were quartered doubtless it stood 10 degrees higher Then had been one morning Inspec lion ot ftmrters by an army officer an the two yearlings gasping for breath jI In a room Into 1Vl hl the sun beat wit no regard for cadet feelings had every reason to believe that there would be no further inspections that morning Thjey had stood the ordeal of the exam Inging board at 9 oclock and with no studies In hand they thought they were safe until tbfe first call for dinner By the law of the academy every cadet In quarters was to be In full dress uniform until 11 oclock He was riot allowed to smoke Ills bedding was to be neatly piled at the head of his bunk IIn other words the cadet room and thi elcadets person were to be properly or dered and properly arrayed for Inspec Hon 0Itsbecome an artillery officer Its hotter than that said his com rade I Lets strip said the oheIdDonc said the other 1VAndthe mattresses were pulled from bunks and thrown under the theI through which occasionally came whjff of breeze grateful though h ladenVurd like to smoke said the future artilleryman as he threw himself oi One of the mattresses Im going to smoke said his com VradeVAnd Instanter pipes were lighted am the room began filling with fragrant frltfe fog There was a clink of a sword In tlie hallway Its sound brought cqn sternation An Inspection was on Before the two yearlings had timp to think there was aV rajand the door was thrownopennd iii came not tb ordinary second lieutenant officer but Lieutenant Colonel HenrY M Lazelle commandant of cadets anti Major General Don Carlos Buell Unit ed States army Discipline strikes in The two cul pit cadets sprang to attention In stantly heels together arms naturally and tf little fingers where the seams of the trousers would hay e onIVIn 1 It7 county farms have always sold low in with bose of counties This fact the 4 public is and is a fteady baying demand and a advance in yalues Instances are by no means rare of farms in this couoty in value during the past five years J t which lead to the var sus1 stations along the Nash vijie railroad afford tUe farmers of the county easy as Well as Men Are Made by and r r Kidney trouble preys Upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty ir vigor and cheerful ness soon disappea when the kidneys are of order or dis Kidney trouble has j become so pre lC1t J that it is not uncom jiJ mon for a child to be = born aicted with y the child urinates toooftcn if tIle urine scalds- the flesh or if when the child reaches an- agewhen it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedtfel tingdependuponitfthecauseofthediffi cnlty is kidney trouble and the first step should beHowards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of is soon realized It is sold in fifty fMPv cent azid oucdollar size bottles You may lave a sample bottle by mail free also a Home of Root pamphlet telling all about including many of the thousands ofJtesti inonial letters received froni sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co N Yobe sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dn Kilmers and the ad dress NVY 1Oil every bottleV dOlie sock the better or nis upiurauc They stood tiierq rigid The position 11oflJ soldier was never better main tained Commandant Lnzelle turned purple with rage at tills graceless breach of discipline actually paraded before a major general of the United States army and a member of the board of visitors The cadet one day was tocom mand a battery had dropped iilsplpe The hot bowl touched his great toe and the burning was toQ much for even a soldiers stolidity andlte emit OuchIll took in the spectacle and all the glorious humor the situation Ills grimness was not proof against such a sight as this lie leaned back against a table and roared and not cvcnthe wrath In the commandants face could chec his roaripgVCome general said the comman dant let us go I shan report these young men for three flagrant viola lions of the rules of the academy General Buoll looked at the guilty ones and roared again The comman dant led the way out of the room but the culprits heard the laugh of Buell 1all the way through the hall across the area of barracks until finally it same as a sort of chuckling echo from the office of the guarbouseV 1The culprits were confronted with the probability of about three months confinement to quarters and about 1lifty tours of extra guard duty as are 1suIt of their disregard for discipline They were In the depths for twenty four hours anti then the list of the days delinquents was read anti lo 0their names did not appear Don Curbs Buell had hUll the laugh of his lifetime and Because of the joy of It he had asked the com mandant to spare the offenders Ohl ago to9t Without goinpr you can get nowhere IPFrom the t There is bettor ballast for keep Ing the mind steady on Its keel anti saving it from all risk of crankiness thin TIle Uelprlit of ConccI VAfter Governor Stokes of New Jer soy had plarned the barber act a bill that is calculated to prevent the future watering of stock a Trenton statesman said to him Soaritlso the millionaire was sure you tvouldnt sign this act He Is a conceited chap He believes that his way 6f thinking is always the right Vway He Is conceited truly said the gov ernor smiling He reminds me of an other conceited maul used to know Two mutual friends sat near this man at lunch one tiny What makes him llook so glum this mornlhgr said the first Why said tile other iEt visited an Egyptian palmist last night and the fellow told him his wife would marry twice anti the second husband would be a remarkably fine chap AMa He thinks thats rather are flection on himself cliVNot at ail He thinks his wife was married before and never told him Variable Indian Voter No party can safely count on th- elote of the Indian The smallest thing m change his view said John N lorer of Burtlesvillc I T one of the Most Indian traders in the territory Some years ago the Osago Indians vere called into council The Demo rats prepared a fenst for them They arbecued beef and fed thg Indians VVtihAnd the Indians wore for the mocrnts Then the Republicans lu lled them to a bnrbeciie and they yore for tile After vas all over the Indians met One ItI them addressed the meeting Democrat good feed Indian hel said Republican good feed Indian full Then he concluded Both good Indian go home they wcIIt They dflit care for party Kansas City VVThe Snowdrop- In the northern United States the snowdrop is the only garden flower that we tan count on year after year as the earliest sign of spring Its pen dulous white blossoms with heart shaped seal of green sung by RossettI often appear before the last snow has gone Luckily even city families need not tie without snowdrops for they have been known to thrive in narrow passageways between tall houses Most bulbous plants like the baking hot sun of midsummer Iii order to ripen their bulbs but the snowdrop thrives best lIii partial blooms earlier if it has a chance at the March sun but is one of the Very few that will flower regularly though less freely In dense shade and with a northern exposure Country Life In Receding Gum The best remedy I know for reccil ng gums says a dental surgeon Is to saturate soda or bicarbonate of soda tised freely as a wash and also in mas saging the gums The soda solution Is soothing to the irritated flesh and Is UBO In massaging rub the gums with a rotary motion from the roots downward so that any pu that might have formed botween the teeth anti the gums will be forced Out for If left around the mots the foceign matter will decay and may ct Into iipm and ruin the toeihiV rpvrer In Anonymltr The gcjiuine journalist tile man of experience and weight lias always na objection jto signing his name to an ar ticle He Icnows that to sign lIla name t Is to lessen the weight of his opinion The man who signs lila article ceases to be the olccf truth and Judgment and becomes an Individual author London Academy Every one is bound to bdhr patiently the results of his o wu example Phtte thus u W 1 B LAKEI v R al Estate Dealer r t andInsuranced I Agentt jTheattention of growers stock raisers and i is to WASHINGTON OUNT reasons THEIR CHEAPNESS Washington pomparison surrounding gradua41yxfealizing there consequent doubling ACCESSIBILITY countyVLouisville facilities lretSjapd lWoM Miserable Kidney Blaifcr Trouble 1out eak3idnepJf CWomen SwampRoot bydnlggists SwampRoot Binghamton SwampRoot SwampRoot Binghamton ftGcncrnL HLVChIueset IJbsncssIowcU Itepubllcans 1thdanypoJlUcnl StarV slhulqIt AmericaV strengthening D1 farmers tobacco investors being directed fARMS for several THEIR FERTILITY There are few sections of Uic country that produces a great Variety of profitable crop and more ahundnntly than does WashIngton county It has become OOP oftli foremost producers of Burley tobacco It bei Jtc no uncommon thing to I tobaccoper season Corn wheat cats and o ther small grains grow in abundance and it is the natural home of the blue grass clover t pVasturttgeforSOCIETY SCHOOL ETC In selecting a home ore of the first considerations ofa mttD of family is the rues tinof churches schools and congenial associates for the m mbers of his family Washing ton county isi well provided with churches of denominations nei public free schools are of the best and liar people are of a high social standard 1 if You Dave a Farm tto Sell I Will Find You a Buyer I If You Want to Buy 1 1Uaye Some Good Bargains to ShoW t 1hpy a ioariiiIwill gladlyfurnish anyone and will take pIesureinhowing property at any tljt aItyi dsking a location tttii Coftegp ndenc Solicited tIt t B 8 L7KE l i l TtJC ReAlEst fe Man SPRINGFIELD KY 11 c rw sJi1EliS JUrUFEH I Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refto testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similari expressions are made so often in connec tion withScottsEmtilslon that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak development restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul sion itsejf What it does it does through nourish mentthe kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tamed in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsipn and gather good frornit We wilPwnd you aV sample Ira Be sure that this pkiurz InlJxe form I on the wrapper of crery bottle of Emulsion you buyV SCOTT BOWNE- ChemistsV 409jfearl St N Y SOc iqd all drn jisb MESMERS METHODS lie Influenced lntlcnt liy Snjrar ca lion lint Hid neal Power resmor published in 1778 his ac count of the marvelous cures effected by what he was pleased to term an- Imal inagnptism When in 1778 he- jjI came td Paris he cnuie with a welfde veloped sense of the value of advertis ing The campaign lie Inaugurated was of a character to disgust the conserva tive and thoughtful but to take asen ration loving populace by storm Most aeIcomplinlKMl and else where were noised abroad Through a convert he challenged the physicians of Paris to enter Into a contest with him they to trent twelve patients by the orthodox methods he to treat twelve by his Of course this challenge was rejected and equally of course Its rejection was Interpreted by theV thoughtless as an acknowledgment of the superiority of Musnicrs treatment Ills rooms were fnrougeil His purse waxed constantly heavierVItTho treatment he gave was such as to to the imaginationItvwi vividly ui the patient in a wonl to Increase his j wasj11 upon titii effluence of a mystoriou3 flukl In a room dimly lighted and hung with mirrors the patients were seated about a circular vat of can Idorable size covered with a lid and containing variou8 cheraicals A long cord connected tlMF pitlents with one another wblip In the lid of tho tub were several holes through each of which passed an Iron sod bent In such npJlfcdjopatient wertf requested hot to speak the only sound In the room being strains of soft music When expectan cy was at itsVLIOOIIVMOmer would en ter clad In the robe of a magician and carryinKJin Iron wand At one patient bv woukj sao lntoittlran l another he woMkl stroke gently with Ills wand- Soonsollte would Ixiwt Into laughter others Into tears while still othors woukl fall Into cotiVHlriloiw finally panAlnc laW a lethargic tte out of which It to clamed they enlarged cuml or m the blglirosd to a cme- ktldoeliaut the treatnitfiit WM given outJuo a Us being roagnaU od such the patient coitaiwlng In a swoon so uxHiM lie ayiHoaehcd it Apple tout MVtU j POINTED PARAGRAPHS ltroiqgekhysatleti sur95costthel Sorfo t of life QMable us to tapprecir ate thw joy ieruotV oJ VItsi ion am not personally interested Instl1r trying Ao treat kh record the avomga tfin slipuid try to forget itVMost of the thlugj we learn from ex pcrlenc ooaae tinder tho led of com pnlnary educatlin ltba l la obstrvwl th t the itiii Sc mali te iievw 90 happy ns when hu is prwhig as a crltfc n nt forget that the brownstone liomoiybrkIf sympathy eaufcl be converted into cnh Itll doughnuts to fmlg there tvoutdnr be so riiucb of It wastedI Sour i StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervoupness headache constipation bad general debyity sour risings and catarrh indlg4stionKodolf cry represents the natural Juices of dlges tion as they ecist in a healthy stomachV corriblned with the greatest known tonic and properties Kodol Dys pepsia Cur does not only cure indigestione and dyspepsia but this remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S BaD of RaTcnnrood W Vi yfyu troubled with sour stomach tot twenty Jean milklotKo4ol Digests VAst YOH LetV Bottles only kiatafuFrjMTMlbyEaOWiTr00CHIOAQO Sold by Red Cross Drrg Storr REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1 BY MCELROY WHARTON flt SPRINGFIELD KY i 1 No Go 170 t acre farmlocated 5 miles from Springfield right on pike gqod dwelling and barns 50 acres in Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price GOOOVN 66 125 afire farm well located good dwelling new barn all necessary nafarmI cultivation Price No 67 120 acre lana 8 miles North of Springfield good 5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 acres in grass Price 2750VNo 68 115 acre farm well located right Tm pike well fenced anfl well improved Price 835 per acre locatedfPriceNo 70 145 acre farm welllocated and lies well good house and small fencedPrice5OOOPriceVS5000Nq acre farm well located andwell improved lies well and is as good as the jest Price 60 No 72 210 acre farm well located good farm and lies well and mostly in grass right on the pike nice 7 room dwelling house 2 tenant houses good stock barn and tobacco barn plenty of tobacco land 10 acres good timber Price 50 per a re- No 73 385 acre farm well llocated right on pike and railroad This farm oilandNo 74 160 acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwelling and barn 55 acres of bottom land well watered and fenced Price per acre 25jNo 75 125 acre farm town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to house six acres of tobacco fence all good Price 20 peracreVJ No79 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn and all necessary 80 75acre farm located at Mack ville first class new improvements of weulanddwellingbarnsgood tenant house place well fenced and watered Price 35 95 210 acre farm 150 acres in grass 50 acres tobacco land 20 acres of timber good 5 room house new barn 40x42 eight miles South of Springfield Price 1800 81 68 acres located 5 miles from Spr ngfield oh tKe pike good dwell ing and barn place in good state of cultivation Price 2500 97 50 acre farm 3 miles from Springfield good small house and outbuilding strictly a nice place Price 5000 I M 12oMJt1 Aiutrricnn Accent Taught Acconling to an English periodlca the head master of a certain English popuhir school insists that his schol arsshall loarn jto speakEnglish with the American accent and in the Amer lean style We dont know exactly what tlio American style and accent are but In the opinion of this hen master If he exists they have a die tinct moitcyand business value If man has them persons who hear him talk will think that he is an American and consequently enormously rich and dp much for him Do him much itt might le more correct to say On the otherlmnd If they know that he is an Englishman yet they will assume from his accent and style that he has been in America and therefore Is shrewd energetic and resourceful andI far more experienced Intelligent and rea sonablo than If he had had his bust ness training in England In short boys tlwt want tQ get on will acquire the American tongue This Is very Ingenious niitrlias a certain basis of sense but American speaking Eng HslJtnen will and that their hotel bills wiU be mighty large and long Every bodys Humor of the American Soldier ThiorVie a Feie qf humor In the American whch finds character istic expression lu the following letter oil the evil of dpsprllon which appears In the Manila Cable News over the signature T AVIIKe Hocklugham Private Company Jv Second U S Infantry Pnythe HDldler nt the following rates Privates 50 corporals 73 sergeants 100 first sergeants lfe battalion anl regimental noncommissioned staff olllcora 200 per month Turnlsh all noncommissioned officers quarters tbe hglier the grade the better the quar ters Feed all troops on the a In carte plan meals at all hours No calls or drills to stand except muster and pay call Muihachos to da all guards fa tigue kitchbn police and menial work Furnish high class amusements like graml opera etct at Fncle Sams cx peiiHe1 Then have a stipulation that In case of war the men will all be dls chorgQd and a new army hired Then If a man Is cansit deserting hang tirnruxy und Navy Journat Where Sunday la Mondar Manila Is one of the most important orts In the Philippine Islands but strange to say Is one day behind all other places of Its size In the world This curious fact Is accounted for In this way Although tthe Phllippiuq Islands He near tho Asiatic coast they were discovered by Spaniards who sailed from America When they cross d the magic line where Sunday changes into Monday these fiery dons of proud Castllian ancestors did not their calendar When told of this years later and lInformed that their mode of reckoning time was not up to modem notions they merely said that waVO the worse for modern no ions Anyhow the fact remains these Islanders keep plodding along one day behind the rest of the world which time by new style barnan postsPrlceloooNo 77 210 acre farm 150 acres of beIdwellinghaUmeafhouse buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced A firstclass farm onehalf mile theIevery 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 high strIctlyaone to buv a nice home The is right and terms easy Price 850 We also have for sale a 330 acre SpringfieldKy ngbeinghalls and porches located in a beau tlfulbshaded yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbuild ings There is on the farm a good orchard and plenty of small fruit plenty of tobacco land and some timber is well fenced and watered Price S40 per acreV No 78 80 acre farm located in dweUinggoodall lies well and conyenient to school and church Price 2500 t tedtnew house and barn all lieg well close to good school and all churches Price 3750 82V 75 acre farm 2 miles east of Polin on Willisburg pike good dwell ing apd barn Price S30 per acre 83 100 acres located2 miles north of Fenwick good dwelling and tobacco barn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco land IJrice 82600V90 acre farm located 4 miles least of Springfield Ky good Jm provement of every kind Land all lies well new place Price 850 per acreVnearIplace well watered good orchard Price 1000 dwelling2000V106 50 acre farm good box house well new barn plenty of tQbatco land right on the railroad Price 81600 107 140 acres located 31 miles from Springfield good dwelling arid barn all good land Price45 per acre 108 60acres land alfliesWell small house and barn Price 2400V 109 140 acre farm new improve of every kind farm mostly n I SeveB ssold TWlIipatare MagazineV soldier revise much that price ments w= For is as as appli of Put ffolag gloves will by RcU StorcN 85 191 acre jof Springfield antI barn land well well fenced watered 35 per acre ii 86 50 acre farm 6 of Springit ffield nice g dbarntland all grassPrice87 210 acrefarmnearMandKyr f All land r improvement of well fenced and on the Price and easYj65 J farm located 21 ftom Springfield Ky i on the 89 135 acre one mile from 1 f9Ql f station f Itfromtpiket barn and place well watered 25 acre 100 acre farm 2 from ling1itand cistern orchard and all kinds of malL fruit 10 acres pottom 30 per acre Springfieldproved 2 houses 2 barn located on 60 per acre i 102 200 acre 8 2f from railroad station all land mostly in grass 20 acres of bottom hOuse atbarn103 140 acrefi of kind both adtobacco and barn grass 8 acres of land improvedalJ KyPergrass right 30 per iVacre J Properly A room onMiin in perfect repair Everything new and 83400 A well two on Avenpe just nicely ipodern with tmd S275u Four room on Avenue r i Five room dn GrundyAve nue lot 7Q it front deeI4 Modern 7 room 1 catedon- Grundy and lights nice lot stable and out L Four nice located on rail road 3750 DayIRHEUMATISM CURED is t ff I f td i r U 1 j Long line and of enable you to talk In e Ws can you In the c 1ff = Circulation Stimulat tlubrlcat fLf STo fifSoldAddress DrEarISSoanBostonMas5 41f JrIdistance telephones Company almost anywhere Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Mississippi Louisiana quick satisfactory communication pountryWeaolloltyourpatronageRat Equipments unsurpassed Jf 4AM Ce E CALDWELL LELANp T D WCSB PrMldeat a Gtal 17 a List QlrreM = + 1i Louisville isBooirang THESE ABOUT LOUIS FACTS V1LLE 350 000 peop1 within a j radius of only 6 mn sl flftiidTthe 4VL In the sinufcturfn of juns farm wgong I rt sw r plpfrbod boxes and inproducInV4 ti and whisky so iuThr cementVtobcco ax bandlesand uppijeg cLoulsylils Is the home of the iargt organ 4 forylnthworldtheirgtsoapfntoryIin thsonndonofth1stgstiowfaVptorfIn th wortd and huictrlclrierVurbilInu LouIrl1llsaclydfREALiTi FULBOMESI ks city is St 9100000000 It hu park r ifnntpkdldlngsandhurchesand1shome of the WORLDS LEADING COMVi3 MEKCIAL SCHOOL Enroll thIs school da THOROUGH work and jrotftt never rf3 In w nt of a in a n jitir t prisinr ddr Is HOW k time to lnsjs Catlogiis free YANTflTRATTNIISIUEUILLEIE LOUVIVILLE KY- chapped and cracked hands nothing quite good an cation DeWitts Witch Easel it on before tolled uDoldp- air of and see wkat a difference tbe morting bring4tSdld Cros Drur JIKlNGSNfW DiscOvT will Sry nee farm locate miles north Dwelling aU1ies and Price miles small dwelling Good farm good Good every kind watered right pike right terms acrj miIs right pike Price 2000 farm good per miles good creek Price dwelling tenarit right the pike Price farm miles from Springfield miles good creek good farm good Improve ments every stock allinbottom Price 82750 on pike Price Town beautiful1 dwelling Street clean Price equipped story dwelling Covington complhted furnished light water Price dwelling Virginia dwelling 500ft dwelling avenue water good other baildings PrjceSSOO cottages Price f 1 this Southern Thnnst and put and with able and facilities Clip hTwb The HUME ltii1 VhtT3OYOUKNOW itHir WORLD handling piumbefs prope4tyvsluatlon rrandest food position boomlwr LouHTiM Sk GtIIh equipped Open the boreis and get the eta out of jour systeisi Xeaoitdya Lx ktfV CJNb Syrwp oess the bowei tatf aLt sa N tlwt allay 4iffe ir Ioraiatioa of the weci membranes CoaUUi H0My awL Tar rJrivci out the cole and stops the ciNNfcttfA tto f lut H1frlr9at lUijre Mis Con t forma to Ihe If atlooai Puie Fcod anq Drug lAw Pleasant It take SQ bl Red CroS Du SStore AIlI =