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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v 7 7 a flABLJSDI I 1 Ij 1883 i tUSSI E JEW XIII NO 50 SPRINGFIELD COUNTY KENTUCKY DECEMBER 13 1906 100 PER YEAR I I DRYIFVTRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Havdon Barber rttalworkatraasonableprlcesI H work guaranteed f SPRINGFIELD KY OUR DIRECTORY A 7 tPRINGFIEU county seat of Washington County 52 miles south ast of juerinptqn S9 miles from ouisville on Bardstown branch oj1 Tj1 Louisville and Nashville tailroad in 4 farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone arrts lnes express offipe flour mills lumber Popuation 1100 population of tbttnty 15000 Representa five hi Congress H9n D J Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis ature Hon W D Claybrooke eprespntative in State Senate Hon farrv Lancaster Lebanon KT v I County Mrectory 1 CIRCUIT COURT Jt Circuit Court begins on the fourth vtqndav in February May and Octo I H Thurman Judge v L Durham Common weajtb At rney Ilobt A Noe Clerk M G Leachman Master Jommiss one QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third on4ay in each month Bii Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT County Ccirt meets on the fourth I Tonflay in e4chmOuth- BItitsey3udge W F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney r George Catlett Jailer 4 Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Sam Anderson HB Powell 1 HerbertEddleman 1 j Deputle Ed Masters James F Moore County Snrveyoi r P OBryan Assessor W T itch eli Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer f M ntgomeryOorQnet fJ W Bush Sapt of Common Sohobls P Oi Springfield j CITY COURT James R NoePolice Judge John Gace Marshal V7 F Grigsbyj City Attornej JUSTICE COURT justice Courts are held in January SIprilJulyandr October Church Directory METHODIST OHTJRCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser vices an the First and Third Sundays month at 11 a m and 730 p m 1eachSunday School every Sunday at 10 amt Prayer mte ing every Wednesday +Saght CAOHOLIC CHURCH Rev PF Bennessai Pastor Ser rii5rY Sunday at Sand 10 oclock a m Setvic s at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev 1 SdOUrtiieycr Sunday 7 PRESBYTERIAN CHURcH Preaching every Sunday at 11 am- nd at 7 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prsjci cttin very Thursday evening at 7 oNMxik J BAPTIST CHURCH RcvtVm Harrison V ilhs TaVt PrcacliingevervSundaYi at 1J am nd 745 pm Sunday School every unday at930 am Prayer meeting evry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Order MASONIC LODGE Springfleid lodge Nbi 50 meets first and third Monday teach month- Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday 4Springfield Council lOt 52 meets on 4verytourth Monday KNIGHTS of THE MAcA EsMeet f CtII10 y IOLEYSHONEYANDTAR The original JAnTlYEcoughremedy Tor coughs colds throat and lung troubles No opiates Nonalcoholic jGrood for everybody Sold everywhere ThQulne- tt t TOLCY HONEY and TAX Ulm- aY4owp ckage ReftuesubititHte Pripard only Ity fcompttny Chcas For Sale byRel Cm 5 p+ 9i kr I r 1 TilE News leaderJ = oiHW Hfij lroilriWi tlroWOO II 1 8iIIIJ ROUND Of TALK 4 I The Grafter It Is through no selfish notion That he steals Ratbr though the fond devotion That he feeLs Whatthough he be roundly hooted Scorned to boot He tan buy toys undiluted With the Jpot He can see his girls displaying Jewels rare And their slepdgr sleeves arraying With great careSUnderneath the load hell stagger Wear his tag He can see Ids wife be swagger On the swag In this land we worship woman Shes a queen That is why man weak and human Oft I ween That he mayshower wealth uponher Fool mayhap With the gold throws name and L honor In her lap T C J r r In casting about for XF4WIS on the Repub lican ticket for Governor of Kentucky we notice that several of our state exchanges have mentioned tbe name of Bon John W Lewis of this place in that connection We dont know that Mr Lewis would consider the matter of becoming a andi date at all but the Republican party of the state would do a wise thing if it could induce him to enter the fight and become the standard bearer Mr Lewis is a man who has never been mixed io any of the factional fights of thJparty and commands the respect of the leading Repuoli cans and Is popular with the masses He has for years beeu one of the for most fighters forth parIs in the state and has t1idistinction of bning the only Republican ever elected to Con gresrom the Fourth Congress ional5 district Lf there were moremn in the Republican party in Kentucky who worked unselfishly and for the good of the party and who discouraged all factional fights the party would baye better chances for victory Oi a state campaign fIf tT1 AXES Tbe new tax law as j passbd by the last Legis lature is an unpopular measure and is likely to prove more un popular the more te peopl are made to understand it he first serious objection to which the taxpayers Attention was call eJ was the Jjft dayof settlement being put at November ht in stead of Dmber 1st The farmers all Say that the early date is the most inconvenient time for then to meet the pay ments on account of not having thei crops marketed by tha time It is jthe fellow who js unforunateras to be caught as delinquent hweverwho still feelb the full effect of the law for be will bp called on for costs and penatie until his original tax bill has g rown almost bey nd recognitIon Ou the loth day of November the county clerk is required to ssue tax warrants against each delinqtent tax payer In Washington county this year County Clefkf W F Booker informs that he has sued 439 warrants against de linqu nts the great bulk of which are however for po tax the ainnjount of delinquent property being only about 8oOO The law provides that The sheriff or collector by vir ure ylf his office sball be the collector of tax warrants and he shall b allowed in addition to the com mission allowed him for collecting taxes thesamc fees allow d bv law to sheriffs for collect n execution and the county cU rl shall be aljowed for his pervicfs he same lees now allowed bin by law for similar services These tax warrants are rttu na oe sixty days after being ihsueo The delinquent taxpayer whet be comes fOI a final set lemen will find Against him accordrg to the new law in addition to th a as made ou accoroiDgto th jrimal assessment and Kv a penalty of 6 ptrcent Shriff ee 6 per cent on every 300 t x ficniion in ecestt at the rate of 3 per cent per annum and tb C93tpf iEubS tbe warrant ig tjieunfortunatewho happens to be dead broke along about Nov ember 1st each year will be caught in hard lines but he tho- has money to pay promptly will- Ie more fortunate ropDThe Christmastrade DC ths sqispn in Spri gneld promises to1 be nopd The local merchants have brought on large st cks of H liday goods awl they are begin ing to sell with a rush The farmers of the county hav been especially blessed this season with good crops for which thev are realiz ing fair prices They should at least be in the humor to indulge in a few luxuies in the shap of Gbristmis goods for thpmselves and thir fatiiilies A glance at the arlVmising columns of the NesLeader wilt bea guide for buyers F At I stcss Wyandotte Ky says Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy cured some hogs for me that I did not think could possibly be saved t It is the only remedy I have ever used that will cure hog cholera Some 0 these hogs were so sick r had to drench them withi the remedy but I didnot lbose a hog Sold and guaran teed by C J Haydon Springfield Ky Jim Richardson In a private letter HdxI Jim Richardson the Congressman from ihe Third District announces thdat the expiration Of his term he will retire from active politics and devote all of his time to his newspaper the Glasgow Times Mr Richardson bas recently bebn offered the posi ir n of Warden in the Frankfort penitentiary but declined- it fht newspaper profession is delighted to know of Mr- Richardson determinution tie is undoubt lly the most brilliant editorial writer of the Kentucky press outside of Henry Watter son and his value to the State and the Djmpuratic party and tu his own communiy as aneditoi is infinitely greater than in hold iing even tile office of Congressman The press welcomes Mr Richardsons r turn wihoren arms and while tthere is no for tune in fd ting a country news paper her is the very widest field for use uln ss and service for others ETuwqNews A mart with a sprainedi ankle will uso arcrttch rest tire ankle and let it getrwelt A man or woman with an pvprturned stomach mu t hverest just the same It can be rested too without tarvatiotr Kodol performs the dc stive work of the tir d stom ach arid corrects the digestive appra ttJ s Kodol full conforms to the pro vesians of tbi National Pure Food and Drug Laws Recommended and 5014 by Red Cross Doug Store A Desperate Criminal- I 1Harry Wilsbo the pickpocket wus sentenced toteV years presentiwas taken to Eddyvilje 11j ednes Grosstbetween this city and Cecilian 1ttook tneprisotier overland to the main lingoftlip Illinois Central and boirded a passenger at J3t John Swveral ofnWifsons friends ha e been in thiscitya numter ofLFor Lung Troubles t Ayers Cherry Pectoral cer aihly cures coughs colds bronchitis consumption And it certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs There can be no mistake about this You know it is true And your own doctor will say so The best kind of a testimonialII pold for ovor sixty years MuMsoJL 7rO PULS LjlWe haven secrets Wit publish the formuUa of all our medicines AycrS111s fered 1000 t nyooe who would aid the prisoner to escape The officers anticipating a rescue raven guarded the jail at night on several occasions Wilson is un- doubtedlyI the most desperate sprisoner ever incarcerated ip the Hardin county jait On one oc casion he drilled a hole large enough for the passage of a man in the wall of the jail and had everything in readiness to escape except removing the outside layer of brick A fellow prisOn- er betrayed the plot and preven ted his escape On another oc casion Wilson assaulted Jailer Williams and attempted to take his revoler from him How ever Wilsonis now within the walls of the penitentiary and the officials here feel considerabl jt relievedTEtowh News MaKES TM Liver Liyely Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup gives permanent reliof in case of babittial constipation as it stimulates the live and restore the natural action of bo VhS without irritating these organ Ji1c pills or ordinary cathartics Doe not nauseate 01 gripe and is mild and plrasant to take Remember the name ORION and rcfyse substitutes l Red Cross Drug Store Pure Bred Mammoth Broriz Tnr keys for Sale i r Headed by a 32 vound Tom aLl six months oH a prize winner and from the best prize inning yards oC Kentucky anrui nish gobblers and hens coakin at aeasonable prices Mrs IL A Mclntirer 2R F D No2eSpringfield Ky l Rich in Minerals t Capitalists and promoters have been oh the ground for several weks investigating the geo graphical formations which have been discovered along the Lau ces er pike Large chunks of Barytes was firstdiscovered on j the farm of Mr Len Bruce and promoters were soon orr the ground and the indications point to an abundance of the mineral finely lodged for rich returns Mr W 5r Baugliman who lives about three miles from town on the Lancaster pike brought to thin offica yesterday two large i lumps of the miaeral which camp from his far nand he states that great quantitits are to b found tbere Discoveries have been made on ober farms also Th mineral isa ki d of rock and is nearly as white as snow and through it runs occaionally rusty streaks The mineral is ground to dust and used exten sVly in trw minufacture of paint The promot rs say that thev are backed 1by Q pitilists and ih ta big factory will be established Ail he proper ar rangemen s ca be made uiih tIi1andowner Porn all indi cations a number of firmers stand in hand to make a big thing out of the mineral side of their lands Danville Herald Farm For Sale 250 acres well located GO acres creek bottom 30 acres in timber 125 acVes in grass land all lays well good dwelling with 7 rooms good tenantjiouse two barns 40 bv60 both new three never failing wells This piac is subject to division would make two nice places Convenient to church school and rail oad station Price 5400 terms easy For further par ticulars call on- McELnpY WHARTON New cnre for EpUCDSY J B Water of Watertown 0 Rural free deliverp writes My daughter a flic ted for v ears with epilepisy was cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills Shr has not dot had an attack for over two years Best body cleanser and life giving tonic pills od earth 25c at 0 J Haydons drug store Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company ofJunction City Kv the only company in the State that makes any claim of paying its losses in full lY DRYINGS NEW DISCOVERY Will Svrtfy 1l Tipt om Lebanon Locals 4CFrom the Falcon Miss Maudie Cantrell of GreenJurg underwent an operation ar Elizabeth Hospital in this city Friday in which a clot of blood vas r6m Ved from Her brain and she has regained concousness and how on the road to recovery Several days ago she and her father Mr W F Caltrell were thrown from a buggy in a run a way accident dupunconcious tion it was found that lier skull was fractured Among the appropriations rec ommended by the Treasury Department to Congrfss at its first session Monday was 10 000 ad dftional for the completion of the Government Building at Leb aron In conversation with ppslmaster B T Conway con cerning ths matter he said that it was his opinion that the De partment considered the appropi ation of 30000 insufficient to complete the building that would be necessary for the business of Lebanon atid the additional amount was asked n wto save delay when work on the buiLd- s commenced which is conttm plate at an early date Others cUim that the Department only asked that 10000 of the orig inal 80000 appropriation be made available for immediate use lOne of the most interesting sales epr held in Lebanon occurred Monday when the real tte- which belonged to the late R B Edmonds was offered afe public auction Shucks Hall he building on the corner of Mnin and Market street was sold to Mii J M Knott for 12500 He uiso bought the Rubel store building for 3000 and five lots on Shucks avenue fOr 1075 Tliti opera house went to Mes srs C J and J E Emonds for 4000 the iron clad build ng at the rea of the Miirry drug trusIeefr481 vacant Jot on west Mnin Street to J A Kelly for 950 and the residence of the the deceased was bought by Dr Edward Kelly for 3800 TIle business property sold at what is considered big prices f The story is tuld a Springfield woman who o trel50 to anyone curingli dyspepsia being cured by a oOc box of Miuna stoiuach tablets The Red Cross Drugstore sells Mionav unoer guarantee Fierce Battles ConniyCourtj I on which whiskey frill be soUl be foreiJoeal ption oes into effect he first day of January and as a conspqquree thee was cnsider ablQ ruhkzrnc ss and several tiiihts Several members of he fart us Divine augregatioh were on the war path again and were princi r PiUs iin two battles Djvine it is said Howsers saloao considerably ujnder the inf fuencc of whiskey and soon got into a row witl he bar keepr Mr Harris liar riae rid avorcd to eje6t Divins from the louse whereupon tbe latter started over the counter with this a tussle followed and Andy Divine and Joe jEson who were on the outside of the saoon came to the rescue of Wiliam which madetbe situation serious for Harris By the time Chif Smith and Policemen Rants and Sallee arrived on the scene the fight had become general and severall bystanders were taking a hand William and Adv Divine and Iso 1 were placed un der arrest and the officers had started 10 the lockup wth them when William Divine and Police man Sallee engaged ma mixup in which Mr H 1ee was Unockdd down and was getting toe worst of it when the other officers and several eye witnesses came to his relief and subdued Divins tmdtook him to jaill Abut the same time of the fight down town Special Police nun Floyd Taylor who bad beenYsent to Bunker Hill to maintain peace telephoned to Policeman riallee to come tohis aid at once as he was in a des perVte struagle with Garfield Divin Mr Sallee answered him by sa ing that be had all the Divines down town that he could iittetid t j Garfu Id Divine it is said struck vlr Taylor in the bead with a big pistol leaped on his horse and left town before he cguld be arrested A warrant lnfe been iissued for him rc M SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR s I THE HOLIDAY TRADE I 2IN MENS WEAR 2assorlmentof I Uave brought on for the Holiday trade a speciall i iiNEPIWEAR HANDKERCHIEFS FANCY VES TSGLOV S UMBRELLAS MUFFLERS MENr All of which will be a suitable and pefulChristmag tpiecnttotheinen of the fmilyor to a sweetheart I jsl to remindiiy friends ard patrons that I keep an upto date stock of SHOES HATS and MENS FUR I NIbHINGS See Myy Assortment v oLLap Robes i 1 WINDY LEAQHMAN MENS OUTFITTER 44 + 4 1 M T t s lll11II f II IF I094 EARAIAIrtrt Usflrn1Iuuiitt1 J WASHINGTON SERIESVOL WilliamI voioAiiCf t t Ai SEEK DANGER INfOOD r J fthcUnitcdf 1 To guard your home against the un t seen c angers of food products t e Govern i ment has enacted a pure food l wThe t law compels the manufacturers of baking f powder to print the ingredi 1ts on the t J label of each can 1- nne Government has made the label your prstociit + so that you cart avoid alum read it carefully if it dow np 1 i say pure cream cf tartar hand it bck and Sfij1pl nfJJ I ROYAL = r ROYAL is a pure cream cf tartar inc powdsra piars product of grapcsclda the digcstioo adda to tha berth fulzeofllodI j l4 however It is said that he was drunk and causing a gen al disturbance on Bnnker Hi1 making it Unpleasant for every one about him Officer Taylor was not seiioUily hurt William and Andy Divine and rOVe e released on bond and thejr trials set for tomorrow afternoon hit ilv Court Several other arrests were mfifle iy the officers for d unkI enness and were all assessed fices Harrodsburg Democrat Hyomei co tS you nothing lin lest it cures you of catarrh De posi 1 with the Red Cross Drug Store and If Hyomei fais toQure tbciywill return your money ILayIsdood The loeal lawvrecently passed by the Legislature which makes it a heavy fipe for express com pries to deliver spirtous vinous or malt liquors into prohibi tion countie bas just been heavily ad on the American Express Company by the Court Appeals The Court Judge Settle writing affirmed the Larue Circu t Court in American Co ys Commonwealth The appellant l wa fined 100 for seili g whiskey Hodgensville a local opthn district having carried tto Richard Graham a gallon of whiskey Several attempts have been made to smuggle liquor through the local office in plain pajicaues but the watchful dye of Manager Fr nk Campbell iis always on the lookout for these packages and they ate refused to the consignor Danyjile Ad vocate Needs Renovating jSquaraj Chord might issue an order Court while ac ing Judge of Green Circijit to bave the Court- House made moe presentable and there were not a few who wished he would renovateit to such an extent that it wJ uld be a new commodious modern structure suiable for then eds 4 of the advanced civilization of the county and one that would be a crdit to a great county JUte ours and amonument to the intelligence of its people Green Co Record Mammoth Bronze Turkey Mammoth Bronze turkeysith the best of breeicijng and mark lOgs extra fine frds from prlaV winning stock Pas cjr mOil not related For large size big non and jilP4 plumage write i Mrs WP Merit R F D Springfield Ky METmIzrf9f 1IIJffl r4 iI Distressing Accident Jri f lOne of the mos distressing accidents that has ever occured in this community was that which befell Wm McDosougb commonly 4 known as Billy Mackj u today Thursday and I which resulted in his death It sterns that he left home shortly before noon this morning with a load of hay to rb fdOlivei4 to j party in Bards owg Thr baycwas loaded on an oxdmnarywagv 1 Ion bed and theagonwutawp- by two horses Messrs Richard Lewis ant I Edgar Crawford who had bec OQ a hunting trip oat the Shep herdsville pike thisi fmoriing1 1i3 ere returning IQ tOwn wbem they discovered the deadbody of tBilly Mack lying near the foot r of the steep hill beyond Hr S Co Crumes residence about half t a mile from town Tbaycanwi J on to this place and reported Itb i matter to the proper and Coroner Chris boritijIII summoned a jury and the scene of the accvdeBt The remains were examined i1 and it was foun4that the hf4i of the young man was crulei in such a mannerxas would cans death The supposttip is lhI i while decezCdipg the stwpfilll ij spoken of McDonongh leti om manner slipped from his pelC on the hay to the ground awdtWj wheels passed over his b crushing iit in such a maIv to cause death After the accident ibete cemo on tt tOan was tOlhf ped neav the publiC scholl The remains of th dd man were brought to the nodertakiii establishment of Mr GtorfeV 1 Mann where they were preparedr 1 for burial Later themer ri moved to deceaseds borne Mk IMII country The funeral willtas J place Friday afternoon William MeDanough ws tbs i only son of P L McDough AI and was aged about 153 years HOwas unmarried acd liwiUlthis parents about two milec froA rt wn on the S3hepber4eiliiii tl pike Ho was aj 1IOtal MIIIC tman and was well liked by all jwho knew him Tbes dafsjir t toisents ho have the synpatiiy of the entire coBOMwmiy iim ife ir great sorrow Bardstowa Stai 1 1rormJ1 t1JWt i 1 tiagClirjtto d oaS will JC il the fame prof riy ftmm Iaw required to W P u IpW jAt oraty al his dOe Iib j4Jfi- eld Ky Nf or fctiow rll151107 r Dcsr NI a LLOYD Lr Admr of the t 8 ttc Csron J f 1 ItNtWS1AEtR- I r t PULA1D maY Y I I tUYBAR III ADVANCE j I SPRIMGPIIILDKY e LpAVISQN Jr r tNal K 1ri oUoe ie p kek iuiIuqmL1u2 kul ut1eil11ate 4 wokidoes at low rates bt cub t iUci djliveij tf f elds ABTrtisfcireetr eta mud on JIbera j Oiftfrariu art re01utloBS of inspect ips1Iue I 10Id1tll JStTah 25l Oa4OeIS iroc- c t r THURSDAY DEC 6 1906 The race for the Republican nomination for Railroad Com v missioner in the Third Kentucky district is warming up and can 1fut are announcing H B Bryson postmaster at Carlisle Alfer Siier of Whltley county t thfr incumbent W C Black of J K1iox J B McLin Of Breathitt sfi IJickell of Morgan W F ft l Scimerman of Carrollton and EBryson of Covington are all 4 lP spokejiof as probable andidates VTne Railroad Commissioners convention will probably be called for early iff May Win chester Richmond and Paris 4t4t will ask for the canventjpn at 1hithecommittee in Winchester on Januarys i = t JMrs Bellamy Storer who to r Vvlgfther with her husband has Jv stirred up an unpleasant con Pversy with esident Roosevelt incident to pro correspon dance while the Storers were in the Consular service claims that she is reponsible for start ing Mr Roosevelt on his sue I fessfutcareer Mrs Storer WIn find if her contention is true that iin the case of the President she has started something she will tliave trouble in stopping r I 1 Loc relectio werE heldg sereral places through bat 3jistate resulting in a victory for the prohibitionists in nearly all places except at Mid- delsboro which went wet by aI Barrow marginof nineteen votes Greenup county went dry Ir- the seperate town elections granted by County Judge Rar den who holds the County Ucit Law unconstitutional the town of Greenup went nineteen wet 1 Spririgville went fourteen dry It isi a mistake to use a violent cs- thartlc to open the bowles A gentle movement will accomplish the Same ij result without causing distress or ser lone consequences later DeWitts Little Etrlv Raisers are recommended Suld by Red Cross Drug Stoic Who SaidIRats 1i fif Our section says the Valley Hjll correspondent is infested 4 r + iwitbrrats and many novel ptans Ihave been resorted to to no avail to exterminate them These pests ore very annoying as well as destructive and some one should suggast a plan to get rid of them Just to demons rate the destructiveness as well as the great multiplying nature of these abominable pests we have the following from a truthful citizen Mr Clel Piles- hadalargqcorncribfull of corn nearliis home which when used 1out showed many signs of L jreat number of ratswhich were soon investigated and a bed or- barbor Was soon discovered and c raided which resulted in the dNitli of G5 large fully developed rats Many other farmers are bothered r vas much but c have not as yet made such a successfuVraid PhUis true and I would love c to knbw who can beat it rvlilBKi Jdiers ShOuld Know Toes tc5kyHoney and Tar bas curee- jmlarcaMS cf asthma that were con i4erehopekM Mrs Adolph Docs t1nc 701 West Thira Sjfcjf Davenport Iowa write AjT veriB cold con tracttwehre y tars ago vas neglect iliiiatil It finally jgrew into asthma t TbVltl c11cal skill could not give ii 4e thaa temporary relief cl I rtteji iJotey and Tar was recow Jlieti Md oce fifty centl 84tle en iiwlt c re4l iIM ef asthma which had 1M1 jpHivrinf on mi for years 11 bjake1 It at the taatl would have h Jia save4jearscf sItring Rd bna Sture ftr WUjJuMI S NI r i oalaAQNt TTValley HHI Mrs S P Derrlhgjer visited lier sister Mrs S3 tMpntgom eryof this place Monday Mrs Thos Reed cipompanied t by her charming yisjter MisS Tiny Reed of near Willisburg attended the debate at ScieLce Hall Wednesday J Mr W F Morab has bren confined to his room for several days horn effects of la grippe and is yet slowlyj amproving Your correspondent spenrf Thanksgiving with Louis Ballard and enjoyed a good hunt tt Mr and Mrs M W Seay have thetrrfatherJi t dangerously ill during the past t few days Mrs Amanda Goatley is visit lug her sister Mrs S E Piles this week tSeveraleluding Uno attended church at New Hope Sunday Rev Mc Knight of Louisville filling theiipulpit Mr Beverly Brown cOfI Springfield was in our midst Sunday D B Reddix visited relativIat Mooresville Sunday Mr and Mrs William Gist have removed from this place tOf Polin Weakley and Tatum have pur chased a crop of tobacco from Wm Gist at 15k Mrs W F Moran is quite ill atthis writing from effects of inflammatory rheumatsm Mr E C Janes is in the Hiljsboro vicinity visiting rel j atives this week Mrs T B Baker visited herI sister Mrs J L Moran of this setiouFidav nightIMiss Sue Edgerton of HillsC boro was at the hotre of Mrs J L Martin Friday night prac- ticingi for the coming entertainment of the P G Dramatic Cub at Pleasant Grove during Christmas week for the benefit of the Literary Workers Association Mr Arthur Goatley who has been in Kansas for the past five years engaged in the cream ery business has returned to his home here and expects 40 locate in Springfield His wife will arrive about Xmas We welcome him home and are glad to know that he has bad success in his profession Messrs Frank ONeal Clyde and Walter Goatley attended the exercises at St Marys Saturday I wish to say in behalf of your bumble scribe that seriousillness has been the cause of our con tinqed absence from the eN- c columns Mr Earnest Reedof Willis burg visited relatives here Sun day and was accompanied home by his sister who has been visting in this section for the past two weeks The usual knocker is always possibilitiesmentsvof a town or village consequently our Village is ranked 1shellt automobile repair shop a board ing house weather hoarding a blacksmith shop hustling mer chant a depot also a sleight of mystifieshis jugleringtucks and eets 5 out 1of the greenest guy in town to teach him bow and is supported by a magIc lantern porformer WiO carries his audiences from home to the remotest Dart of the world This comprises the make up of our village which is ornamented by at least a dozen loafers who dont know that 16l feet make a rod and cant figure out bow many feet 5i yards woald make in a rock fence IUno Forest View T inMr Mr James wereIQut Iourldayst county aiid his brother were at th bed sideofth3i4slsteri Mrs Garlin Hamilton whp was ex rt- I r pected to diP but nt this writings very much improved whobashome last Monday Eddie Osbbnrn known among tho young people as Cooper and Misses Blanford Fannie Smith Lula Wheatley Essie Smith and Alice Blanford Messrs Richard Blanford and Roy Smith attended the pla at St Marys last Saturday and pronounced them grand Miss Rose Mackin has an at tack of pneumoniaII amongheBoone that his widow and one of the grown girls are at he point of death at their home in BardsI town with typhoid fever The three months old child of Sunjdayconsigned to the cold grave in he beautiful cemeery at St Rose on Sunday evening- A few days ago Mr Thomas West a well known gentleman in this county now of Louisville brought the remains of one of his Children to St Rose for burial Mr Will GreenofVaJley SidneyOsbourns of Joe Blanford and will rais tobacco next year We have heard Will spoken of as a gocd ellowand we wish hiin luck ATxasWellcr There is a dill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Aill whb fjom a weight 90 pounds has grown to over 180 He says I suffeaed with a terrible cough and doctors gave me up to die of Consumption 1 Was reduced to 00 pouLds when I began taking Dr Lings New DiSoovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now after tak1D12 botttlesl I have more than doubled in weight and art completely cured Only sure cough and cold cure JJ I Gujoafliiled by C J Haydon DruggisL5Oo and 100 Trial bottle Treel Fenwick spentSundayRogers Miss Anna Logsdon spent last week in your town JWBarker and wife spent Sundav with the family of J p Barker Mr Joe MatMnglv spent Saturday night and Sunday with Torn Bowled Messrs Will Russell and Robert McClellan were here Sunday Miss Ella Adams visited Miss Mary Roe llast week Miss Edna Haydon was the guest of Miss Anna Logsdon Sunday Mr Robert Shewnaaker andl family visited at the home of John Shewmaker ffifl Merest Many Every person should know that good health is impossible the kidneys are iiierangfcd Foleyfl Kidney Cure wilure kidney and bladder disease in any form and will build up and strongeteu thece organs so they will perform their functions properly No danger of Brights disease or dia betes If Foleys Kidney is taken in ti no Red Cross Drug Store Tatiiam Sprin5 Born to tthe wife of Rosco Brown a boy and tc the wife of Frank Kays a girl l We are sorry to report Mrs Mr3 Ada Royalty no better at this writing M st ail the farmers around here have sold their tobacco at prices ranging from 7 to lItcents JS Royalty bought a coW and calf from D Bryant Price 40 Mr Harvie Thompson and HenryVaridivier urday and Sunday Mrs Rena Tompson and dugluerFZ rtbana Opha wpre the gusts of Mr and M rEIJoe But khfad last Fd ayI Ill STOP 1AND TAKE A LOOK a ttA t the many nice little things for Santa Claus Dolls of all kinds at a price to suit all Chairs U Go Carts Wagons Carts Tin Toys China Dishes 4 t Horses leighs Drums Horns Hoop Tops 5 Trains and Fire Works 0 SRtttTSI OF ALL rNDsI 5 11want11 i 5 j 4 FPI ovrAs1SSSSSJ L F9E T it i 4 fIf f E fifE Uf fi fE Ii WI w 1IiIts Worth traveling a long distance to have your teeth extracted = If g Without Pain tr Danger AH work guaranteed g o Ii If L G CRUME D DS Ii Bardstown Ky Ii a33at3t3 a t3 33tt3J t3 IThere wasa good meeting at Thanksgiving and everybody reports a good time and fine talks were made by severalMr White is having a new tenant house built on1 his farm It Will be occupied by his brother James White and familv rts Isaac Johnson and chit dren spent several days during parentsMrJohusonvule We are sorry to hear that Mr Bill Keeling and family are going to move away to Spring fild They will beerroatly miss ed indeed especially in our church aifil Sunday school but wehote we will see them back often arid they ill always be welcome Xmas will soon be here now and I suppose what turkeys that lnvnt already suffered death will now have to pay the penally Hyac rilhI clensontpn After ah absence of so long I will send iaa few items Mrs Francis Staten is on the sick list at this writing About all the turkeys of this community have been sold at 10 cents per pound Mrs Lucinda Cocanougher who has been living rat Mr John Statens for the past two or three year has recently moyed to Mr Dick Bests Mr Raymond Edwards was in Brumfield Friday after tk load of coal1 Mrs Melvina Young spent the latter part of last week on Long Run Mr George CO 1nou her Was in Boyle county one day last week on bu ines- slIasterRobertElliott who has had a severe spell of pneumonia is glad t6 be reported much better Prayermeeting begun at Wes ey s Ohapei last Tbursdav night Meeting also begun at Aniioch lat wepk with Rev Walker and F M Hill as preachers t Mr Woodie Milburn is visiting his sister Mrs Ethel Mullins at Valley Hill The Long Run bridge which washed off several months ago by the large rain is replaced by an iron bridge and now ready for use A Jealoan Tortoise J Baker of Kew tells in the SPec en torn story of tortoise rivalry A neighbor liau for many years a pet tortoise called Tommy which has had the undisputed run of her suburban garden Last winter she was asked to take charge of another tortoise All went well as llong as the two were hibernating During the warm April weather they awoke from their sleep and as soon as Tommy found there was another tortoise in this garden of which he had hall the monopoly his wrath was aroused He attacked the undesirable alien most savagely bit lug his head or legs whenever they were protruded beyond the shell and when they were not Visible charging It sideways with his shell as Ion the football field The warmer the weath er the more fierce Tommy became and apparently before tho summer would have killed his rival It has therefore been found Impossible to keep the two tortoises In the same garden and wo have lied to otTer hospitality elsewhere to tortoise o2o Dundee Advertiser An Indian Letter With the Indians adoption of the white mans civilization has come tho adoption of many of his faults one of them being the habit of buying If can beyond his ability to pay says heI Chicago News One of the post traders OIl nn Indian reservation received n short time ago tire following letter from an Indian who desired to Join the grit army of debtors This particular rod man had ncqulred some little knowledge of English at one of tile government boarding schools As to his ability to use It Judge for your solves My Dear Trader I shake hands withyou with a good heart sir You know I wouldlike forsisoa coffee for cents hnd one gum to chew innhaopernnllcattleYourj Mil MARK LONG PUMPKIN OmenT misfortune presages sortsofTo pick up an opal argues the ac ceptance of some ones evil fortune portendthoTo put on a stocking wrong sidlPjiut luckyFindingthe reception of goodnews To dream of n funeral Is an excellent omen To chase away a black cat means the throwing away ef good luck ItheI Philadelphia inquirer IaBEXS3E83S3B3833K f iI I j t 153 c 11- a 1aJ I 1 1I r- It fie I fjF 11 jk t ifil f I NOTICE TO PUBLIC 1 1 1 cx In yesterdays issue of the Sun we advertised l f for a car load of Poultry which we expected to take i lup next week On account Qfa misunderstanding to time of shipment this shipment will be delayed ilfl 11- Please hold your Poultry until you hear from me again Iwill have the Price C ki 31 f L fj Jjr i POULTRY IS TOOL t 4L 7 t LOW TO SELL NOW rtt J tti stIf 11 1 M 3 0 BS m r tr r ic r I J ictm d t F m r i w ffFL V4 r ii vI 47t ik itf 1m 4- IC i j c i Iau d l- cf See j Santa Claus ItHertlienss lA big assortment of Toys with whch to please tbe children Make the little cnes happy oy providing a few simple toys for Christmas See our Doll Window Dolls od and young large and small dressed and undressed at prices to suit all Conradd ijertlein Harness Repairing Neatly and promptly done by an experi enced workman I Charges Reasonable Geo 13a Taylor Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrub Grape Vmas Rhubarb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is now reaay onI application We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter Ii H1LLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky NOTICE Hunters are hereby given waning tot to hunt onmy place AH trespassers will be pro ecut d JOBN V MAYES aJ Commissioners Sale Robert Blandford c Plffs vs Pnttie Blandford c Dfts By virtue ofa Tudgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Courtrendered at the October term 1900 in the above styled cause 1 shallproceed to otTer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY DECEMER 190G at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bid Ider at public auction upon a credit of Gapd 12 months the following described property towit A certain tract or parcel l of land llying in Washington county Ky near St Rose church and boundeil as follows On the North by the lands of Kent Blandford and theold Elizabeth town road on the South by the lands of Tom Blandford and Bud Badgett and on the West by the lands of Clo tiMa Blandford and Robert Wheatly and supposed to contain 12S acres IFor the purchase price the par chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect oi a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these tern M G LEACHMAN MCWC CC Small farm for SaleI ff Glf not sulu privately I will op Monday December 24 1906 I ofjferdoor m Springfield Ky at 2 oclock P M or thereabout lo ihe highest and best bidder my farm consisting of twelye acres situated neArPblin Ky on the waters of Lick3 creek For futher part5culTjrs apply to FGrigsbr my attornev Springfield Ky or the under signed OLIVER CAJIMACK Polin ICy t Pab1iSa1e f Having sold my farm at Valley Hill I will on FRIDAY DECEMBER l4 19QO- JReginaing at 1 uclcck pm offer for sale to the highest bidj der the follcwing property Five milch cows 5 weanling calves 1 yearling heifer1 yearling steer 4 brood sows 35 thoats 1 white otlcOrnalso about five dozen hens TEn1sAll sums under 10 cash over that amount 12 parIablk Miona stomach tablets TheRyd Cross Drug store sells under a garjantee curefall fpf msM of stomacb ills l A pure country sorghum for 40c per gallon for 10 diys only atC W Hagans t j 444If WINTERI CLOTHESC s I ai t t T r J fi rWe fiavp been adding to our J lstock pr II1 Mens t 1 Clothing i vI- V r w 1 jun dnow we t 1 Y have 1 lf i Styles alldPrioe Vtosuit eyerbpdy 1 4 r Over l Costs t 4LA f y and Suits with r lItstyle f 1 Jo orii i 11111We esgeciilly invie the Ladies to insRect bur stock of t w 5 Cloaks and Raincoats We take a spjciqj pride in our Sboe will guarantee good values for the moncDppiutmeotandi iand Ladies Shoes GrUndy 6 Mclntire t l i 4cic 11 H OOoXQO KQOc9OOOO i A Big Stock I ol lFuniture 8 I From which to make a stlectipn Chairs Rpckers Tables Bed Room Suitsi Dressers i j FIneugsFr F riE 8 h Come and see my lIe jatdineIes andedegtals flJr I icO LJAnything in the furniture liogr YouwanJc anfurnht 1 F jind save you money 8 It Trade at Home f4 it 4r t II And Save Money j- w p LEA CtIMA NltJi 4 J TftB PURN1TURB MAN oooooo oooQ QOOooo t t PLANS MADE Aaricu soty of JtePlan t For HxbdirJgth wA Toco f lAo important meeting of the Firepwientatives of the various rjjJQcjs of the A S ofE of this f7Jtf o lty was held attbe Court f Bfowie here on last Thursday v fining and plans were made vpj handling this years crop of KtObftQCo which if successfully Vcawtied out prbmise to bring good results in the way of in 4 creased prices Wash ngjton county has nowI j V ten local ziuiionof the A S of Jjv which have recently beenj tJc org nzed and whIch include in their mtmbersbip a large pot lion of the tobacco powers of 4the county All df these locals were represented the meeting hursday night and took anI f C alStoe hand in the proceedings Tt IS in the first place to mt Otough canvass of the Lgroils of tbe county i JUM to secure as tfruch of the lerop as possible thraulfch pledges 5 tiiotbe society Each president T of eacti of the ted1tcalsf the county is to name a commi three members to do that wor in each locality Messrs H M ONan W A Clements and H R Thompspn were tinned as thet canvassing cimmit ee fur Jibe Springfield localrThe pfaafor holding the to- biCCj as outlined is briefly to select the Jargest barns in each of llocality and the tobacco beiong jl gin that locality is to bea handled and stored in those barns and redried and put intproper shape if necessary It is contemplated with the tobacco thus honsed it can be inured a and rovers who need money i willbe able to secure advance money in the shape of loans on the crop L1torlw A Clemens andc Will Naley who were delegates to the Witchester meeting of thea Society last Tuesday are very ieutbeusiastic over the meeting ti Mr Clements says tint 24 counties of tne Burley district out ofrl 32 were represented at thee meeting and made reports on the locals in each county and the Eacrops The counties reportc from three to 29 local societies and in some counties as high as 90 per ceutoftb crap has been signed J WANT15CENrSm IAtCircular setting forth thil dopfao Of the organization laIben issued and amuung othr things it is recommended thai e the Executlv Committee isse a cnvular letter suiting that 1 cents stall be the minim Icet lall average Crop of tcbaiccoi t Jaki l tht all tobac o poolfd shal be4e d in individual bijrnsnntil thi strict doard calls for It collection into bondedware xJiqusa1d that the County Board a al be expecte t prV vide ths warehous sand lake entire hare of the receiving r L grading and financhag pf th crop of their county and that al counties be requested to meet iini precinct conv ntion on Fridayy December 28tb 1906 and selectt precnct representatives and thi 3 latter to meet in county convex tions on Saturday 29tb 1906 and form organiza tions where organizations do Dot exist and perfect or ratify existIi ing organizations and elect del egates to the District meeting Iirit Winchester Ky Tuesday Jan uary 1st 1907nd furnishing such other information as theyJt think necessary Outfits tlie SOOT A complication of female trou bles with catarrh of the stomachi and towles had reduced Mrs I Thomas S Austin of Leven worth Ind 16 such a deplorable condition that the doctor ad bUSbandponed this to try Electric Bitters and to the amazement to all who knew her this medicine completely cured her Guaranteed cure for torrid liver kidney diseases biliousness jjaundice chills and fever general debil ity nervousness al1d blood poisoning Best tonis made Price 0c at C J Hay dons drugstore ryitIi krLYWaronRatL 1 Perrvville Ky Farmers in his community have recently been troubled more or less with ats In most cases there were so many at each place that the purchase of a sufficient quantity poison to lay them low would have cost a small fortunes and ll the dog ini the community were mere toys in the sight of he rodents Mr D H Prewitt the well known farmer bas evolved a plan to rid tile different places of the pests and tried the scheme successfully at his own farm last Friday morn ing The Fats had almost taken one of his corn ribs and were consumlnghbe cereal at a lively rate having already brought a heavy loss He bought lot of wire and built a cage en ely around hisjcrib arid then tore the building down The at rao out and naturally land d in the wires where they were held uUil they could be killed Although many got awuy Mr rQwitt and men captutedl48 in- ourse of a few hours Boyle County Herald I Asthma Soffers Sh old Kiiow Tiles Foley8 Honey and Tar has curee any cases of asthma that were considered hopeless Mrs Adolph Baes ing 701 West Third St Davenport owa1 writesh A severe cold non tractedt he years ago was neglect d until it finally grew into asthma rhe bet medical skIll conld not give me more han temporary relief Foleys Hbiiey and Tar wag recom mendedsud one fifty cent bottle en cnred me of asthma which hadII been growing on me for years Ill had taken it at the staat I would have been saved years of suffering Rpd Oross Drug Stsre FOR SALE Tnoroughbred Brown Leghorn Uockeiels at 5C cents eachMRS MINNJE D REED 4 1efriThei Storm f f 1i WltbaI i 0Blizzard I Stoim SWeMJ t JProcct- stgainst ad rain- sno w easy of- justmenf heap and Durable Id It l Come and see our line of f i Buggy Rugs and Horse Blaikets 1 A Full Line Lowest Prices i i WELLS BROS I MH 44 f r if Nearly Finishod The New Creamry is About Completedand Ready ItFor Busineu- Springfieldsnew creamery is- aboufc finished and in a few davs now will be ready for business Mr A J Howe who has charge tbegplant for the Hastings Indurtrial Coinforms us tha he will pe ready to turn the plant over in a few days to the local stock holders The new creamery as juts been stated in the News Leader before is located on the Perryville pike about a quarter of a mile soutbTpf the Graded school building and is en a lot donated by Mr E S Mayes Jr It is a substantially built frame tuuse and contains the very latest improved aparatus for butter making cream seperator churns etc The local comany which is supposed to operate the concern and see tthat butter is made and nilk is furnished from the cows appears to be a little slow about organizing and taking an interest There are fifty shareholders of SiJO each which amounts 5-OOOthfbe plant Inr rfiaji order to make a suc c e88 of the thing it will benec essary to engage a practical I man to run tha plant and it will tirstof alt be necessary tto secure the services of enough cows to furnish the necessary milk These matters will all be tten ded to in the course of time we suppose but at the present writing there dont appear to be Very much interest shown by the stockholders Bloomfield and Shalbyville hae just started creameries awl the people at those places appear to be taking a lively interest in making the enterprises a success LODE Tennessee 1W For twenty years WL Rawls of Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrb He writes The swell jngand soreness inside my nose was fearful tin I began applying Buclens Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disap pear never to return r Best save in existence 25c at C J Bayd ns drug store Wonderful Tuesday mprningri at Wild wood farm while felling a tree Harri on Cuhin hum a colored boy employed by Mr Glav Goddard took an a ria flight without the aid of anal ship which will alwaysbe a thiliing event in his life Glave Currv1 and the unningliara hoy had chopped downa large Tree which I n fall ng lodged in anot er tree near by Cun in ham c1 imbed the standing tree in ord r ocut the limb which prevented theI other tree fi m cfallinp When he had1vered the limb it flew backward and struck the boy a terrific blow knccking him from his perch and throwing himi Lilly 40 feet through spacp Ike u chip of wood 4Tht boyseg was broke in two places and he was otherwise severely injured about the body but he will re1 c ver although it WAS anarrwI shave for his life Mr Goddard is having eye ythirg possible dine fur the boy Harrodsburg HeraldIJCalarrli nannol im Cnretl with Local Applications as they caniinot reach the seat of the Oatarrh is a blood or constttuMonal disease and in order to cure it you must take Inurncl remedies Halls Catarh Cure is taken internally andI acub directly on the blood and mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It Was precribed byf lone of the best physicians in this conatry for years and fs a regulas prescription It is composea of the best tonic known combined vith thell best blood purifiers acting directly i on the mucous surface The perfect combination the twd Jngredients isI what produces such wonderful results in cureing Catarrh Send for ttsliJmenials free F Jl Cheney Co Props Toledo 6 Sold by Druggists price 75e Take Halls Kamily Pills for constipation Growing Uneasy Washington D O Demccratr ic Congressmen just back from bhBiucgrass State say that ECeuttck Democratic politicians should not suff themselves to be lulled into a feein of security for as they view it the Democrats of Kentucky will nave to get up and hustle if ihey nold their State in the Demo cratic column in the gubernatorial election next year r7 w JI rrE I V w f2 rL r= We Extend to You a i MOSTCORDIALINVITATIONc To VisIt us We assure you we will save you money- H 1rr I WeJ have too many goods anGiinorderl to cut our stock down we will for the next 30 days offer special inducements in every department r 1 Special in Dress Goods 50 inch SerIes worth 1 for75c = 42 inch Serges worth 90c for 65c 38inchSergeiworth75cfor5OcSi All of the above Serges In Black and Serges 38 inch Plain Plaid and Checks worth 75cfor SOc 38Noveltie worth SOc for 37 l2c 33 Novelties worth 30c for 19c 30Henly Serf es worth 25c for 18c 30U Iluxoria fr SOc 30U Suasett for 25c rs J JF it T1 mr For ob ous reasons these Den ucra1 would nut permit to be qutted the say thati will tae bard work and a better feeling thar now exists among the leaders 10 prevent the state from going- It is es imated by one that 100 OwO in the stat of Ken tucky stayed way from the polls m the recnt election Even though Judge Priier Demo cratic for in was lmmen tly in i 65000 more turned out to vote that year than turned out at the re cent election The of have been at each others throas too long and the feel that they mst get and bury the hatchet The chances of victory intbe contest will a good dealt is on the man whom the as their 8 Q p C DeWitt Cc1 of Chicago at who o Kodol is prepared assure us that this remarkable diges tant for the stomach conforms to all of the Nationel Food and Drug Law The Kodol is u very large one but is all tnc suffers from and stomach trouble ould know the virtures of Kodol it would be for tbe to keep up with the demand Kodol is sold here by Red Cross Drug Store K ep itout of the pappr is the cry which the local l daily hears To oblige often ccsts though the party who makes iho request thiuus the scar cely worth saying thank you fur A is a thing in the eye The news is stormed at be cause he gets hold of one item and is abused because he does not get another Young men and often young women as well as older persons acts J Specials Clothing Mens Suits 55 worth 120 J Mens Suits 12 50 worth 1750 Mens Suits 11 worth Mens Suits 9 worth 1250 v Mens Suits 750 worth 10 Men s Suits 15 worth 750v x Mens 50 10 and 1250 Hart Marx and Wells Suits arid included in the Ihove Youths 10 worth 15 Youths Sifits 850 worth 12 Youths Suits 10 Youths uits5 wortb 750 s w 3 Childs knee pant Suits 150 2 250 up to more i Holiday We will show a line of Goo3s of Fine Wool Fine Rugs Fine Lap Robes Fur Gloves Fine Ladies and Gents Silk chit fs Silk Mufflers etc etc Special to Bayers We your and wish to in the future Viak 1 Congressmen themselves Privately i Democratic Republican- Democratic Congressman Democrats candidate President 1804 unpopular Democrats pmocravs Kentucky Coogressmen together Republican Governorship depend calculated Republicans nominate audardbearer laboratory andFtorrectiye fully provisions Pure laboratory indigestion Impossible manufactures Unreasonable newspaper publisher considerable granting newspaper peculiar public gatherer I perform on 15ij Overcoite7 prth8 12501518 Shafner Kosenwold Overcoats PerfectIoxSuita Perfection Perfection rv50worth l1ort1fonethird Goods beautiful Holiday consisting Blankets Suspenders Neckwear Handker Elegant Umbrellas Prices Cash for Kentucky which become legitimate items for publication and then rush to the newpater office and beg the editor not to hotice their esca pclts The next day they condemn trio same paper for not having published pother party doing the same thing they were guilty of forgetting apparently their late vist to the printing office Mi way Clipper Notice W3 are pleased to announce thai Foleys Honey and Tar for cough colds and lung trouble is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law u it contains no opiates or other Harmful drugs arid we recomned it as a srfe remedy for children and ad ults Red Cross Drug Store Public Sale Having sold my farm I will no Thursday December 20 Beginning at 1 oclock p m of fer for sale at my barn near the FairGround all my farm stock implements feed etc consist ing of two work horses one brocdmare with foal by Jack Je yearling gelding two milch cows two steer calves three Kefert calves twenty head of sheepfour brood sows due to far row soon t oofII hich are pure Dnroc Jerey five Duroc Jersey gilt Implements consist of bin der mower hay rake cultivator two twohorse plows double shovel single shovel disc bar row smoothing barroW two nurse wagon spring wagon two buggies wagon and plow hare ness buggy harness one Ross feed cutter saddle and bridle about roo bushels of corn four lor five tons of hay a small quan ity of millelt hay and about 200 shocks of fodder TERMS All sums under 5 cash Sums 5 or wore six months time with interest ISAAC CURRY rThe Red Cross Drug Store has received a frcs lot of Hyompij the catarrh remedy that tbfj guarantee will curaor cost nothing aJ Interesting Problem Dr S P Grant came across a problem in one of his dental journals a fewdays since whieb will interest readers cf the Boyle County Herald who are making systemsIMexican dollar is worth fifty cents in the coin of the United States a union dollar Isworthli fifty cents in Mexican coin Al cohol Eke a resident of the Texan borderland took on a desperate desire to get drunk although he bad but one dollar in United State coin so he went to a sa loon on the Tex 8 side and call ed for fifty cents worth of drinks and asked that his change be in Mexican money and be of course received a Mexican dol lar be then went to the Mexican side and bought fifty cents worth of drinks and called for United States money in change and of course again got a dollar ana returned to the United States side and vici versa nntiihe had become well loaded and he still had the dollar that he started outs with Who paid for the dridksHerald A Txi Ulier Thereis a trill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Ail who fiprn a weight 90 pounds has grown to over 180 He says I suffeaed with a terrible cough and doctors gave me up to die of Consumption 1 was reduced to 00 pouLds when I began taking Dr Lings New Disoovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 botttles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure dough and cold cureJ1- Guarantee by C J Haydon Druggist SOC and 100 Trial bottle tree In order to reduce my stock for the next ten days I will sell 1M ned goods ats big cut 15- 0jtossst 12c lOc corn at 8c Ievrtb1a ff elMin jHroportio CW Hpn fSt c Special jn Cloaks and Furs Womens Black 50 inch Clonks 12 worth 16 Womens Black 50 inch Cloaks 9 worth 1250 Womens Castor 50 inch Cloaks t9worhJ1250 Womens Castor 46 inch Cloaks 7 worth 10 Womens Black andCotored 46 icch Cloaks 15 worth 7 50 Misses aud Childrens Cloaks prbportionably iejr r f We are badly overstocked in Furs will sell tbem regardless of cost both neck pieces and muffs tf 8000 Z PaitsShoes Are too much for this season of year We have them and this stock must be cut January 1 1907 Come and see us we will a1c t to nityouY jf fbY I I Lc Special Prices in Lace Curtains rV Brussells Net Curtains 150 worth 9650 iBonne Femme Lace Curtains 300 worth 400 Bonne Femme Lace Curtains 250 worth 5 Bonne Femme Lace Curtains Lop worth 159LNottingham Lace Curtains 46o worth 5O0 poNottinghamNottingham Lace Curtains 275 worth 25o 4- j dri I C Rugs and Wall Paper X7 f Axnilnlster Capet O worth f1 fcrVelvet Carpets W s 8ic worth itAhiJr Tapestry Carpets 70cXortk 6clfJr 4 ll5S60c itIngrain+ eIngrain Carpets 45c OrIacS- anltory ExtraSu er Carpets l S35c xl 9x12 Axminister Rugs WL 1950 woirtk tfe 0x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs 1400 worth 20i p J 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs L lLoo worth 15 f lWe will give onethird on ott our entire stock pf Wall Paper tf thank you past patronage merit your confidence c Cunningham 0 Duncan 4 Ifj c ToOnrCosloiien I Commissioners Sale F E Kuhn Trustee cv Puffs T8 John IL Wall etal Dfts Byvirtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendercd at the October termI thereof 1906 fn the above style cause for the sum of 93T256 with interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annum from the 1st day of Sptember 1905 and the furthei sum of 112240 with interest from September 21 1905 until paidI shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in 1f1ONat 2 oclockVm or thereabout being county court day to the highest and best bidder at public auction upon icredit of six months the following described property towit or sUffl dent thereof to produce the sums of money eo ordered to be made t The life estate of John K Wall in the land hereinafter described Ii offering the lland the Commissioner wlll call for bids for the new building erected by John K Wall near the Lebanon and Springfield turnpike the purchaser to pay the claims and take thesaid dwelling with an amount of land adjacent thereto the highest bidder to be the one who will pay the claims and take the least amount oflatKLIton county KYl about 2 or2J m1lesI from Springfield on the Lebanon and Springfield turnpike and is known as the tPalmer Farm containing about 370 acres being the same now occupied by John K Wall and devised to him under the will of KatherineA Wall deceased If less tjian the whqle be sold the number of acres purchased to be laid off to the pur chaser after confirmation of sale adjoinIng the LebanonandSprlngtIeld turnpikeSLanham Lumber Co debt and Mntereht 40232 Goodins debt andJnterest 13155 Estimated cost 500fr J Total 58387 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers must execute bearing lelfal interest from eiof sale until paid and having the e and effect of Judgment Bid ders will be required to comply promptly with IMMGLEACHMANMaw c fiHIitaBiftiT Evecy persol sboaM know that good health Iis impossible if the kid neys are deraaged oleys Kidney Care will cure kidney awl bladderl disease in any farM and will build up Mt4 itrwHcetetf tkece orfaas they WiH perform their i nction rrIJNo dancer of Bright diaeMe or 4l betH H Faleyi K MJT Is tafcwt V tiaJttkd Cr Dwf Store Why not blia your boots aQ auiag arket ps fpi afJ1- ti stes euif prei red Olf Ragan The jg k TMc Not all peopk saM the Jiwiln like the ticking of a cteek It Irk pleasant Bound to moatiufht Mat iIi to alL Some people clock Jortwi AM couldnt sleep without a clock hi tb sane room Its ticking IB essyand It scares away the tftttui pcopfe would Wake ap if the ef dl should stop ia the niddki ot the l kC But thVre are other peopi wfc esst sleep wIth a clock IB tIMIM wBo if they found tlMMcirf in a strange place aaywfcert wit a In their sJeeplBr apartecttt stop the clock before they wst ts COTOM there tiff BWk t k WtIOt but we bare oar f iltclocks as we dd aboat a1 tfclaf toe Clevelajkl Plala rJj All aef i1te M l Three America trareflBg ia ttw French pryiBcea tJioaght at dUuwf that they WG1iJd go a HtUt 1tIPer tha MrJ the vhs onliaaire IladMe4 la tflrtliree true table dts aid aeetMi Inglyoa enkfed a b tUe o Xerfavx ute aecood ordered Featet Caaet awl the thIrdI otdetedHavtjIoL Hawaii ers ltkbiy impreteed widi these or tiers retire butte lIweawtloortj afllie retirM left the 6Hr epe aM Jt was that DMI three MW5u 5S5heard lush give their erter m Ikee terms IUBAPtlHe three bottles l clArgonaut 8tttle Ls I1Ja spite of all thecaesstst le t mately excited ia Ua hifciK the Loa don street child Wldooi Mil oc MIa Mlf ail aa object of piiilrlb ItMaa nafallinff mad of godl tIa well developed sense of htnoer aat a begad less capacity foe tettlair e jNfineatofit of the meet uaprealelag material London Guardian It1t ttft IHIs that airtke wrtCr jean Ao W a thy asked tbe diKwtepHid em ployer Well sub answered Enmtaa PlnX ley I Vposft I ccwkl 48 muT bat I never was muck of a hand ahowia ortWuhtiigt Itar fIlM W M George WasIIntoa bad Just aT iraunced that IM ee Matt iett a lie SWell reep laii his father tbcBflit tnUtlias o14g aa fl4I were feiaf to marry widow It weditet 7any jpod iif yoi e MN r T ekTlm r c While tlktiNC from a ear in D1t- 1J1tIlae la Miss Crweaecia Scbat g iered sereee Wtfi ta a most is Hiarkbt asaDse She waN thrown TIferdbly te the yaviiaiat the back orfl her head 1kt tlMWkS wltrterrttc f tIJII hearj nwr comb wi and a portia of tba teeth fII tote her hjpdL Tfce l owe Jl11t aa T Mtte Ittehea aeeeewrjr jo doee Itjr Vhorm4 1 l fsuMs- Ips a U 4faft f tftarcoal tB r raMttlartP Vsp kept sd tt wfl keep ttwn tweet and ivbHi M rae It Is a Site drllnfectnit iOIFA i W1 PIPE tk b La J 11 F FouI 54tc fI iJ JHd Pwww r r cem ANI SLEPT IN TUB 4 1 7 4ki kd attJ y IklMdI ri Jfc ryW Ui itNew ywic White Jfc FMMM a1 Czy Htfft cra4Jo- Lt jk tegll sa man with only jane arm 1who navIgated Broadway without be 1C tog ruaevec by an automobile tb- en1J1Ja4eJaltl home la an establishment owed by the city and without the etty knowing it was recently a prisoner 1lJlthe Ecrlem police court in New York city and was sentenced to take aJ j tath and remain on the Island for s- ixtrotrills phenomenon at first answered l to the 14ame of Stoney Lonesome Lat er bs admitted that he should be called William Hdch and though admitting t that lie is German he denied that he kd any family connection with hoch kaiser He was found Cooking his breakfast in his residence at Seventh tt fiBe and One Hundred and Forty i street a fortyeight Inch water itWilcli will be put under ground I time this winter He was dig coveted by Counted Policeman Tames Cavanaugh and his horse Thunder t They MW smoke issuing from the plpe r nncl Cavamaugh investigated He saw t IIi jnan roasting a sweet potato and a j5 piece Of meat When ordered tjo come out Hoch declined The pollcemai iragged his man out stoodiWm up agahiit a tree and took stbckj He was surprised to find thnt- JteJlatCiIlly secured a remnant but he put him oil Thunder and toted him to t the pole station atOne Hundred and t Fiftysecond street followed by all the tf 4 SAW A UAH XOASTZKa A SWZET POTATO 1 mall boys in the neighborhood Later he arraigned his prIsoner In the liar lem court Hoch afd he wasa coal miner and F lost his legs and one arm in a railroad I accident in Pennsylvania He has been in New York three years and has gath 8crd a living by begging He spent the summer at Coney Island and when business got bad there started for New Yprk Ite vent through under his own tcam navigated up Broadway to the circle thence through the park to One- Hundred anti Tenth street There the water mains looked like good lodgings p and he had been a patron of the Hotel cle Pipe since Labor day He changed rooms frequently which explained his i flitting from One Hundred and Tenth street tfOne Hundred and Fortyninth Rooter Hantii Mice J William IL Shaylor formerly of Lee Mass has a Plymouth Rock cock that prefers rodents for food to the choicest com and hunts for them In the fields wtth all the sagacity of a cat Two farm hands discovered this peculiar trait In the chanticleer the other day 4 The cock followed them Into a corn field and with heail lowered and wings outspread waited for the farmers to remove shocks of corn If a field moose appeared the cock would pursue and capture his prey which be killed by Shaking It to death After killing oue small mouse the coek promptly F tore it to pieces and swallowed It and then crRed Another day the cock Vas found hunting mice in tile gran Mr Shaylor Is to exhibit thetry mouse hunting bird at the poultry L howIr iI IHY 7 PLALrz your ynptoms vs I4u THIEF HIDES BEHIND PICTURE inols Through Eyes cia Grandfather Portrait and Mattes a Rick Jul l IxRussian official uatued M Loktiei pn returning homo witii1iis wife about Jl qclockjlirjLhe mOrnln attracts byjjea strange noise drawing room as If a chair WaSrf pushed An examination by ca revealed nothing amiss and tn search In the other rooms had the same result Tfiiey returned to the drawing room wheig A large portrait tit Mme Lok iX THOUOHT THE PORTRAIT XOOKED AT ML- LH tlefTs grandfather in tto uniform of a uhlan officer was standing against the wall The young wife glanced at the portrait and uttering a scream rushed out of ihe room Whats the matter asked her hus oand greatly surprised I just thought the portrait was looking at me with real eyes answered his wife who was trembling violently Her husband laughed at her childish fears Half an hour passed before Mme Loktleff came Jo herself and then that she had left her purse in the drawing room with in It she took a candle and bravely entered t4a room in her search of itA wild shriek followed Her bus rushed in and found his wlfeVrf Joying U-ltbOth1OOkse his wife to bed cook xj was nursing her he told the Fu search the room carefully but Ltrdid not find anything suspicious The next morning M Loktleff look ing more closely at the portrait found that the eyes bad been cut out and the portrait had been moved a little from the wall Further investigation show ed that many valuables were missing The thief had hIdden himself behind the portrait and was watching the con pie nil the time through the eyeholes of the portrait ARjHY UNDERMINES TOWN Lake City la In Peril cf flood Because of Attack of Indos lriousRjdcnrts iLake City ely to become ac American Venice owjn to the indus ry ofJOOOO nluskrats which are at vortc undermining It flowing the wa ers of Lake creek to flOw Into cellars md threatening serious damage to the est buildings in the town as well as be ninety toot standplpe Ybic sup tiles the town with wat r 5pie muskrats have honeycombed the atth the Northwestern shops pltsJwhereIne cltlzen has gone down cellar only o jlnd several of tIe faf and Impu lent muskrats In possession It has jeen necessary to drlva piles to sup port some of the best buildings In town t Following the undermining of the ailroadsbops a systematic effort will jo madelo exterminate the muskrats The railroad company has offered a royalty of 5 cents for every muskrat jaugbt and Calhoun county will pay 10 cents more Blril Beheaded by a Colt Unit The Country club golf course at Brookline Mass was tbh scene of an aerial tragedy luring a match ftf golf between R A Leeson and FC Ipod two of the foremost goiters in 31r Leeson had just finlsbtjI hits swing of the club at the fourth tee and watching the course of the somewhat highly driven ball nbout thirty yards from the tee he Was surprised to see the ball strike bird In full flight The head was dccapltafel from the body of the bird Just as cleanly as though a knIfe wore uscJThc ball continued for more than 100 yards do I take writes Mrs Jelemma Mullins of OdessaW Va Because after suffering for several years with female trouble and trying different doc tors and medicinps without obtaining relieff I at last found in Wine of Cardui a golden medicine for all my 11 ills and can recommend it abovetall others for female complaints Gardui furnishes safe relief folbackache headache periodical pains irregular painful or unhealthy cati l t meniaj now and all aHments from which sick women suffer A P ittonic for delicate worsen A pure vegetable medicine for girls and women woo are subject to the t peculiar to their s xid1enefited over a milliomwho used to suffer as you db uAtexery drug store in 100 sjXT fuuTa Free Advice 4 i rfas remembering Whilecarried MUSKRAT Iais under thejblub1 YIrduiI compjaibts bottles WINE OF CARD UI11 r w Evn Eec of Luxnrlou Living The conditions of luxury under wide most of us live for these are days when even the poor mae enjoys contorts such as were unobtainable by the rich half a century ao=have a tendency to weaken our constitutions lOll Imptijir our vitality Our houses ore overheated and even the vehIcle in whichwe ride are often warmed al most to suffocation Thus we have qe come Mke hothouse plants and If Py chance oxposetl to a current of eec air wo catch cold or perhaps bronchitis or pneumonia a trifling change of temperature cutting our lives short In a twinkling or again it may be that a like cause Will bring congestion of the kidneys leading to disease of those organs roving even tually fatnlDr John V Shoemaker in Reader IFlxk Drown In DeepWater examples of a zoological par adox a fish which would speedily be drowned If placed In deep water have just beenlded to the collection at He gents park This is the African walk Ing fislv Which spends the greater part of Its existence jupon the mud banks of tropical rivers Its method of progression has described by naturalists as of the hop skip and jump variety and when journeying inland as it does over long distances it climbs by means of the breast fins over the roots had even into the boughs of treesr London Graphic of the Pyramid1DeaecmtJon pyramids will prob of their magnificent and legendary appearance In the future The Egyptian government has ofhome3stretching from Eskeblch to tbc Nile and covered with the ancient sphlr and structures Already several Vo cletles have been formed to limn themselves of theplcturestiufrTlewfor the building of large hotels All around the pyramids of Ghlseli there are to be erected real American skyscrapers from nine to ten stories In height l The Red Mans Signature Indian chiefs treating with the gov ernment now have to append thelr thumb prints to the documents Instead of cross marks as hitherto The reason is that chiefs have frequently repudi ated the cross marks and the oWlgi tlons Involved The first document was recently signed by thumb print Itwas a treaty between the govcrnment and the Umatllla Indians of Washington alidw cattle to cross the Intllaeser u1 vatlon iinharmed ClUrago JruTurnl Owe IIbl LegIthe J5itl Atlantic City catastrophe was that Of Theodore Lawrence of 1018 Brandywlne street Philadelphia who owes his life to his cork leg which when hea was thrown into the water kept him afloat His wife thirty years old Who was seated beside him in the wrecked train was lost THE ROSE OF JERICHO It b the Original of All the Rcanrrce hon Plants Several varieties of the so called resurrection plant have appeared among the novelties offered by florists but the original is the rose of Jericho Along the shores of the Dead sea far enough away to be out of reach of the death i dealing vapors and the salt spray grows this rose a little plant famed 4n ninny a legetidary story which when rljened rolls up its sprays nail branches into a curious little brawn In desert winds snap oft Its dry stem and whirl tile seemingly dead little ball away oyer sandy plains like a featherweight ifter It chances to reach some damp imice In about ten days the moisture hiss wrought a mira cle for tile onceTdead Is alive again green and growing The old time pilgrims who brought back this plant with them from the Holy Land told wonderful tales of Its power to bloom out on Christmas day 1fiowt1 St Marys rose because Jt Is said that when Joseph and Mary were fleeing from Egypt one of these flowers grew from every spot where they halted to rest The dry ball when unfolding drops Its seed and from these It maybe cul tivated us an annual To resurrect these dry balls It Js simply necessary to keep them standing in glasses of wa ter immersed about halfway to the top of their branches The expansion IIs merely a mechanical spongclike process The botanical name of the rose of Jericho is anastatlca from anastasls resurrection There are other species of resurrection plants but they are not relntleIflowers because of the many ancles find associations calls up and Its peculiar development Exchange je PERElLACHAISE Famoaa Reatlnff riace or Ike Great Demi of Prance In time center of the most populous and hardest working part of Rirla lies PereIaChalsQ the city of the dead AH fetes of the faubourg befit against fhfa walltfvof tills spot whlc i has Its own fete tvIcea year Within less than becomeIof the bishopric of Paris under the name Champ Leveque Under Louis XIV It was known at Mont Louis At last May 21 1S04 the ofllclal openlnItlie new necropolis took The white mausoleums Iot IorientajIj twenty years there will not be space enough for one llone dead man A cal culation has been made wjiich would pont to the fact that the sum of 80 000000 Is represented In these last thpughthe bl11drendeath to prove appreciation AmonI thOfamous men who Qre todav lying calm and beloved In PereIaChalse are Rossini Bcllnl Chopin nf embers of tile famous Carnot family Mollere tFontaine Delacroix and Balzac IIre the tomb of Ilelolse and Abe lard Is visited continually by large num bers of pilgrims and there Is never an end to the sentiment around the Gothic monunynt rising from the bright hued geraniums and roses Notwlthstaridlnc the irOn railing many a lover carries from the hallwed d spot a petal blown across by the obliging breeze Except jfor one section where a considerable number of artists and authors bothers In beauty and inspiration are grouped the tombs succeed each other without I1o1tch order There Is a single menu mont erected by the state to the BO- Il M kOifnl In the site of Paris IEND OF THE UNIVERSE 111I0w It Will Come According to th JlioraeloudMytla the Norse is picturedl flic ed of the universe when all tin j gods of Asgard anti NIftiehcIm and th inhabitants of Jotunhclm and MIdgan together with their habitations wouli be destroyed That this catastroph would come to all the visible creation they firmly believed for their unt ugh lnimorttality And this la how they pictured th fearful time Three winters woulc come upon the earth one after another without the tempering influence of single summer Snow would fall Jron every quarter of the heavens wlk storms would sweep over the earth with tempestuous winds that nothiuj could withstand and the sun wouk lose its heat Throb rfther winters would succeed the first three during which red vis 1aged tar would stalk over the uni leaving blood and death In Iti ruthless track Then the earth would begin to tremble in uncontrollable fear the sea would rush from its bed the heavens would be rent and the eagles 1ot the air would feast upon the still quivering flesh of multitudes of men slain without warningIFenrls the wolf monster would throw off his bonds the Midgard ser pent whose gigantic form encircled the world wocld rise from its lair and Loki the evil genius of the universe would desert the gods and go back among their enemies Surtur would load his followers to the Blf rost brIdge- t devouring flames before and behind Intpassage and the frost giants on the battlefield of Vlgrld where Fenris tile Midgard serpent and the hosts of Hela bad al ready assembled Meanwhile Hejmdall tne watchman wonldIfoun homo summoning the celestial cohorts to the field Odin clad nail the splendor of hlq supreme office would lead forth the gods in martial array Fenris pressing forward would throw him self upon Odin with a fierceness that the deity could not wIthstand and the All Father would fall plercedwUJ thousand WoUnds from the fangs rmonste r ha7me80 of Odin would Qloodreeroe0g wolf and avenge bis celestial fathers death Thor the all powerful would slay with his great hammer the Midgard serpent but even as the monster gave up its life its venomous breath would wreak vengeance upon the slayer and Thor would sink down suffocated to death Meanwhile Loki and Helmdall have been seeking each other mid having met they would fight with the fury of demons until both were slain Thus all over the bloody field gods and giants good spirits and evil would meet and slay each other and when the dreadful carnage was ended Sur tur would send his fiery flames abroad and the universe would be burned The sun would lose Its light too earth would disappear the stars would fall from heaven and time would be no more The Panning of Courtroom Oratory Inspiration is a lost art ln4be court room Nowadays no true lawyer ad vises prepares documents or tries a case without a careful preparation Forensic ordtory has passed away No longer does the crowd gather In the county courthouse to listen to and be moved by the wit pathos and elo quence of jibe advocate as fpr hours or days he addresses the Jury The coUrt- room may be filled but it Is largely with the ubiquitous reporters many of Whom are as destitute of tears as Sn hara of water aud as callous to emotion as tlo mummied sleepers of Egypt No longer is It true that weep lug mcn nnd women with handker chiefs to their eyes are moved by the eloquence of counsel Time is a press Ing factor Facts rather than elo qucnce Is the demand D C Brewer In Atlantic llUtorl She once remarked to me I cannot portray vice but I can understand and realize crime All the more powerful passions were within her range ha tred jealousy remorse revenge but her lovcmaklng except In farce was as n mien failure Her mind like her life was so singularly crystalline that IIwould rather be a great murderers said slip than a morbid sickly fan tastlca such as are for the most part the heroines of yourmodern drama Saturday Review The Flrnt Lady Adam looked at his helpmeet thought tully Well he said in his emphatic way theres certainiyoTte honor that Is in disputably yours my dear And wtut Is that Ad queried our first motUv Adam suddenly smiled Nobody can dispute the claim that you are the first lady In the laUd be said Philadelphia Telegraph A Bad MIX The ndvcrtislug manager was In a towering rage Whats the trouble they asked Wily they went and placed Our prima donnas testimonial for a cold cure on the same page with the announcement that silo had a sore throat anti couldnt sing Milwaukee SentraL ISbort Mourning yachtsman was de he spent at Nice But time Nice beggars he said laughing The splendid sun drench ed Promenade des Anglais with Its Ivorywhite villas on one side and the bloc Mediterranean on thoother Is al wnys haunted with these beggars momling cJubIis starving 4Why look here said I only last week I gave you some money to bury your wlfe and now you tell mchat shots starving Uow cnn that be1 But monsieur said the beggar I have n new wife now A Qnalnt Epitaph The following epitaph Is copied from a tombstone In Brandon Vt marking the grave of a child who died at the ageof a few days Sweet maid she glanced Into our world to see A sample of our misery eyeToSweet maid she tasted of lifes bitter cup Refused to drink her portion up Che turned her little head aside nirttAd with the taste and died = Iii1Ti I B1D11 LAKE I ry J Ii Reall Estate Dealer f i i tC and Insurance Agent The attention of farmers tobacco growers stock raisers and investors is being directed to WASHINGTON OUNT FARMS for several reasons THEIR CHEAPNESS Washipgton county farms have always sold low in comparison with those of surrounding counties This fact the public iisgradually realizing and there is a i teady buying de mand auc1a consequent advance in yalues Instances are b- ylno means rare of farms in tnis county doubling in value during the past five years ACCESSIBILITYThe turnpike roaas throughout t county which lead to the various stations along the Louisville Nash yule railroad afford the farmers pf the county jeaftcTtie for shipping their produce andjh h 7 stock to the markets and there is hardly a BQfiiTTn the county that is not within easy accessocIroadstationof a good store SCHOOLS cotisiderations jatnhLyJshequetlon standardf fuf Have Farm 1 I Find You a Buyer r t = If You Want to Puy I Have Some Good Bargains to Show I have a list Farms Twill furnish anyone and will take pleasure in property at any time to anyone a V Correspondence Solicited BID L7KEReal Estate Man SPRINGFfELD KY i r FACTS IN FEW LINES For speaking French to blIP a landlord of a Dusseldorf hotel recently harged a guest extra In bill Owing to the success at South Af rican ostrich farms lUte ostrich feather trade in the Sudan seems doomed Tigers appear to be on the increase In Burma owing to the restrictions on the possession and carrying of arms English capitalists are going to work the ancient gold mines in the Alps to which the Romans used to condemn early Christians Probably the oldest of tile many old clocks In Maine Is one owned by Dr Coutourieij pf Westbrook It was made London In 15H5 and has been In the Iin family for several generations Britains new record breaking battleship the Dreadnought is the ninth vessel of that name belonging to the British JaY The first was launched about 1372 and was In use as late as troD Denatured alcohol Is used In a lint factory at Manchester England The manufacturers use the spirit recover It and redistill the product In their own factory and use It over again until itIs used up Fordsman silver cup ot the rom monwealth period weighing three ounces 150 an ounce was paid In Lon don recently while a Charles II tuin bier with the York hallmark of 1GS2 brought 100 an Very numerous are time patents that have been Issued to women on novel ties In furniture One piece which appears to be a school desk also conJ tains an organ With simple inaulpu latlon nu Innocent looking sofa Is con verted Into a bathtub j After the mission closed in Philadelphia a number of Christian men and women banded themselves togethctf to hold seven serv ices a week They go about In a gas pel wagon never take up a collection sing time TorreyAlxandcr hymns and Jire all personal workers Children In Italy lire not allowed to mb their eyes When ah Infant bursts into tears no effort Is made to repress the emotion but the youngster Is al I IQUTI ta havn 13 err out It Is assort Worn as Well as Men Are Mifc Mberaile iy Kidney andIBladder TroiHe Kidney trouble preys upon tile mind discourages and lesseiisamuition beauty rrMiSii tv vigor and cheerful ness soon disappear lddncytsrecJL14IilL 1Wt eased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent J that ibis notnncom mon for a child to be JU5 born afflicted with lu eak kidneys If time child urinates too often lithe urine scalds the flesh or if when tile child reaehesan age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet tingdgpendupon it thecnuseoithediffi culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards 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 Women as well as men aremade miser able withtidney and bladder trouble and botlMieed the same great remedy The mill and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty ftVKT cent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle by mail free also a none of swapRoot pamphlet telling all out SwampRoot testijmonial j Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N YM on every bottle W ed mat tnis oeauunes tire eyes aua makes them clear while rubbing the eyes injures them In many ways A Paris jeweler has bought a large number of stones which have been found In mines on the czars private property Every year Atones from these mines are offered for sale by tender in the snIPe way as the forest lands und mines belonging to the czar are occa sionally sold by Ute Imperial cabinet fact that the Ohio building at 1The exposition will be a reproduction of Adcna the home of Thomas Worthington governor of Ohio from 1814 to 181 lends nAy interest to a fine old house When it was built it was thg most stately and luxurious mansion la a wide region northwest of Ohio I Women have patented cigarette ma chines but it would seem that the tem ininefancy went too far when Mt un dertook to evolve an Improvement In cigars by soaking them in an extract of pine needles In order to take away that nasty taste Yet such an im provement so called may be found In the patent office The Canadian commercial agent In Mexico reports that although modern I dairying has not reached dny high de gree of development In that country there Is an ever increasing number of dairies being established and as the demand for creantery butter and cheese Inprcases old methods are being super seded In favor of modern machinery Couway England is sorely troubled pvcr time fact that the gravestone In Itue churrliyard which Is associated with Wordsworths poem We Are Seven tins been seriously damaged by tIme enthusiastic tripper One bit- terlot another has been chipped off and Jf the destruction Is allowed l to con tinue nothing of the stone will be left The cure of Austruwcll a small place near Antwerp In turning out a lumber room caiAe upon a large canvas about five feet by four feet Having passed In sponge over time picture the cure struck by tIn beauty transferred It to his sitting room where it was sOon geuurneIwidow a beautiful but totally llliter atc wtfuian although she had becomo l y her marriage an English peeress of the realm1 nurvlved her husband for iicarlj twenty yertrs without ever leav ing tub Island oif Capri retaining her peasant dress anti hnblts and living knppHi and contented among her klns Wk K The Japanese house of representa tires consists of oOO members elected by ballot each member receiving salary Its house of peers consists 9f niembcrs of the royal family prlqcea and marquises counts viscounts and barons elected us representatives of the several orders anti persons elected for seven years by antI from the tit nptIltrctecturerepublic has broken with tradition dis missed the famous chef of the presidential mansion anti employs instead a woman cook or cordon bleu as the Prench say The title of cordon Won for a woman cookl dates back to Louis XV mill Mine du Barry TbeI latter championed the cause of her 33er but the king saul that only a man voulcl cook After he had eaten a de llcious dinner cooked by a woman ho was converted and had the cook caile4t t before him lie then placed around her neck tho blue ribbon of the orderI of the St Ecprlt known as the cordon bleu Unreasonable Dread No matter how strongly a man pre tends that he doesnt believe In ghosts It maybe doubted If he ever goes by churchyard nt midnight withOutdf4I i tngas something were golngto grab Un from behind v o THEIR FERTILITY There are few sections of the Country that produce a great varietyi of profitable crops and mere abundantly than does Washington county It has become one of the foremost producers of Burley tobacco iit being no uncommon thing to baye land that has been bought for 60 per acre tugfb a top bacco which will realize for the owner SlCO per acre In one season Corn wheat oats and other small grains grow in if abundance and it is tb natural home of the blue gr ss clover and other grasses which grow and afford abundant palsturage J for stock of all kinds K SOCIETY ETC s v In selecting at hOme one of the first tBtnjuo of churches cpOOJs and IJ congenial associates for thdTErttnibers of his family Washing tbn county is well provided with churchesof denominations her public free schools are of th best and her people are of att high social f a to Sell Will h of which gladly showing desiring location J The = ounce TorreyAlcxandcr VALUE OF FINGERS 7 What the Various Connirleii of Em rope Allow For Tltelr LOK The different fingers are far froni having the same value In the eyes icff the law with reference to their functional utilization Much the most im portant Is the thumb for without It prehension would be very Imperfect The hand is no longer pinchers but merely a claw when deprived of the thumb It may be estimated that the thumb represents tully a third of the total value of the hind The French courts alllw IS tow per cent value for the tight hand and 10 to for the let The Austrian schedule gives from ib per cent for th6 left to 25 per cent fp the right In Germany 20 and 28 per cent and even as high as 333 per cent has been awarded Time percentage is based on 100 as the total industrial value of the hand previous to the accident a loss of 50 per cent representing half of thQ value etc Vie totaj loss of the index finger causes an incapacity estimated at 10 to 15 per cent in Austria 1C to 20 percent In Germany 15 per cent for the left and 20 per cent for the right by Italian courts Time French ali w 15 per cent The tnlddle finger Is of much more Importance thou the index states Dr Melgnan whom we are citing nnd who hind small authority era great loss ot force Is observed In the hand when the finger Is amputated 1Yet almost all the authorities ascribe less Impor tance to It than the Index The Italian law allows 5 per cent tile AustrianS to IQ per cent The ring finger Is the Jeast Important Its total loss often does not cause In capacity The Austrian tariff assimi lates tills finger to the middle one The Italian law Is liberal with S per cent The French amid German tribunals of ten refuse indemnity considering Ihe Incapacity resulting from the loss as very slight f The little finger may be computed to the ring except In the professions in whlchIt serves asn point ofsupport for the hand It may be remarked here that the artist has not been taken into consideration in these cases Philadel phia Record INSECT SUPERSTITIONS The Koran says all flies shairperlsh with the exception of one the lbee fly IMs regarded as a death warning1 Jn Germany tJhenr a crickets cry In the ulght The Tttpuin Indians of South amen ca assert that the devil assumes the shape of rj fly fTime grasshoppers are said to fdre warn people In Germany of the visits of straugo guests J The Spaniards In thesixteenth cen tury thought that spiders Indicated the existence of gold wherever they were In abundance Although sacrpd Insect among the Egyptians the beetle recclyes little no tice In folklore It lsunlucky In Eng land to kill one The ancients believed tbitfere was a close connection betwe5ifijees and the soul An old Welsh tradition Is that boos came from paradise leaving the garden when man fell but with Gods brcsslug so that the wax is necessary In the celebration of thmass More Than L1kiy Roman tic lie with his arm around her IUall this seems so familiar tu me darling the quiet night the whispered word the tender Ibok fsamcPTclJous josomMgiectedt calumny soon expires Show thatyonarehurhandTou glve it the appearance oMrutli TJTcUus A ROYAL TRAGEDY Tht Secret Harder of the HI Fated Euche of Wurttesaberg About the same period at which Queen Caroline was earning notoriety for hersdlf there resided Inn small town in the north of Germany a man noted for his skill as a public execU- tioner Late one evening two men IDtmilitary uniform called upon this per son and requested him to accompany them as lila services were required ot some distance and would be liberally rewarded but that he must consent to be blindfolded To this after some 1c mur he consented and entered the car riage brought by the two omers4p parently they drove jirlaug distance and af last by the sound he judged that they had crossed a bridge and entered a paved courtyard The carriage having stopped he was assisted tQ alight and conducted along corridors and upstairs tin at last the bandage being removed he found him self In n large gloomy room in the center of which stood a block with a heavy sword laid on it A door at tho far end of tb9 room opened and a tdll and very handsome woman entered f led by two men and gagged She wast 7- forced to the block and the executioner ordered to do his offlee Wh some hesitation he obeyed lnstantlyhe agalnu blindfolded hurried downatajrsj placed in the carriage and driven off at fun speed To all his Inquiries and re monstrances his escort remained obsti nately deaf hut on reaching his home a very large sum of money wn given dJ him with a warning that he vyould do fi well never to attempt to solve the mystery of tell oC that nights work Shortly afterward he h ard that thet Duchess of Wurttemberg sister of Queen Caroline hall dlyll sudilcnly oa 1 tlmf very night She was a wbrnawof I Ii great beautsr and known to be anor Jet of great Jealousy and nsplclon to hci husband who was said to ifiep her 3 In enforced seclusion anti from Ihqui rlia hemade the executioner felt no f doubt that this ill fated diughter of 1t th house of Brunswick had been the gaggeil lady who hind beenthus s cretly done to death by his hand i Temple Bar l J HEART ACTION AT SEA lHown It I Affected hVIJtt p JL Ocean Lliiera All hearts sounU alike on theSo modern ships said thin surgeon of a J transatlantic liner Althotfgn the hull of the average modern steamer is big get and supposedly less subject to tho violence of the sea the machinery to drive the enlargad hulls has been In SrcaswL Iq size With time Increase In the size of the engines there has folIlowed greater vibration Jt IS this vibration wJilmnkcs If IriiposalDle for us to read truly tUp natiOn of the average human heart t have tried repeatedly y nil manner Of means to ovcrcome thg influence of tile vibration oa thfejjwiirt but I find that by even swlnging a patient In a hammock where tm Bhiklngrup is no- tgreutiyfelt 11lieresalte the heart redjngjll fnrt j1 kemaiden Time first atfrn1tI9goa treiiat Engllshn ST who wni en route to Candda on business I wan startled to hoar his heart Yet ho had the finest kind of cardiac action as I astertaln6d once the ships mAchlneijy stopped I have since founVt It to be an Invariable rule that the casinos vibration makes it appear as though the heart of the average inan was go lug to stop beTorc I could get the stethoscope away from his breast Vibration does not hurt ibe heart anyDo not mnk the mistake of spp posing that it l10CSt Just Sounds ns though the end was positive aid while the patients hcsart lJg beStlng m rcguJlIi form the shaking of the lp deceives even the practiced IitrIWaahunton lost tIilf I i1t L p V N v 7 7 2 M J M BURTON KKSIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN Onrxcv Baga Block up stain SPRINGFIELD KY AUl Dental Work Strictl Pintclass t DR J C MUDE i 1 ihjidcian and Surgeon Offices over Haydons Drugstore X H Lampton M D Office in Opera House 0 OfflcePhontNo 5- Residence No 38 I W FX3R1GSBY f ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Bank S8RINGF1ELD KY J B KoBAEDS M W FYATT RoBARDS HYATT Physicians and Surgeons 1t Office over McElroy Shultz DRJH HOPPER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON PHONES Office Over Office 97I Hagans Grocery Residence 71 1O DrWW Ray V PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Officeover C W Hagans grot cery Apposite Presbyterian t church PHones 1 Office 175 I Residence 172 JWINY MAYESy- ilEilAL J b UIKECTOR r4AND LICENSED EMBALMER J t TELEPHONE DAY519 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KYJr Ralroad Schedule Pollo ing is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown Mnd Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 4 410 p m Bardstown Junctioi 502pm Bardstown 552 pm arjivesat Springheld 645 pm No 42Leaves Springfield at 530 Ii tn Bardstown 617 am Bards own Junction 705 am irriyes at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 attlj Bardstown Junction 830 am Bard tQwn 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44iLeaves SpHngfield a l20 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm t 5f No 90 Sundays only Leaves SprigUeld 15am Bards 3town 8 amjBaTdstown Junction ia 4fiiann arrives at Louisville 93mDNo 91 Sunday only Leaves Louisville at6 pm Bardstown JunrtiOD 650 pm Bardgiowo I 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm 4 f t Tolobacco Shippers r We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing iiJ 8ections that we are notrconnfct i ed directly or indirtctly with J q fcnv otber warehouse or ware v r nduse company We conduct a Strictly Inde penflent Tobacco Warehouse Cmmission Busmess and res pectfully solicit your patronase s 0 A BRIDGES Co pro re tori Picks tTpbacco Warehouse j uiiflLy 408100ILo r FRESH BREAD i I ROILS AND CAKES i BakedsDaily C v Always good always fresh We havBaker yrha isn ar 7 i tisfat jnkking good lgsl Six Loaves of Bread for 25c r c cHertliensf Confectionery I THE iEXAS WONDER r V Csresall Kidney Bladder andI J0tiRlieum8tc trouBles scld by aIL druggists or two months l4 tjrtilteie t by mail forl Dr VSiE fe aU 2926 Olive street 4 Kf UJH Send for lntucky 4ituontals P It hK1ucUn t UM JIdtiiy Md RI drIbt jr i 1 TOWNLocal n rif i iW O Happenings of Interest Freshest and Latest F i I AllAbout Yourself J Friends I and Acquaintances FAR ftRlllftlllftftnnftnIIInft s A Shadeifs Equarters for Holiday good things fox the Christmas dinner 50 lard cans for sale cheap at C W Hagans h Full size iron beds from 250 up at Leachmanp Davenports and couches from 12 up at Leachans Rockers at Lepchmans furni ture store from 125 to 12 FreSh oysters dhect from Baltim eat T IrineMcElroys Go Jo see TIechmapsbed room suits in StUd oaks prom 18to75 rt A nice line of IChristmas toys candies nuts fruits and cakes at J A Shadersj Sweet and sour pickles in bulk for sale atT Irvine Mc Elroys grocery Christmas candies oranges bananas nuts etc at T Irvine McElroys tI1 tea pervpound npw for 75c 8 cakes laundry sOap for 25c QI W Hagan Call on Uncle Joe Shader for toys for the children fresh candies ctfEs etc New evaporated peaches prunes navy beans lima beBeslI hominyetc T Irvine McElroy FOR SzLEA full blooded Jersey milk cow with a calf four wetks old An excellent milk rIDr S X Smock Now is tho time to buy your sugar and coffee I will save you 20 per cent for the next 10 days 20 cent coffee at 18c 18c coffee at 15evC W H gan Alt parties isdebted to us will please call arifesettle at once Our books widbe at the old stand McElroy Shultz There will bei regular services at the Baptist church on next Sunday Mr Williams the reguj llir pastor wilibei htre to occupy the pulpit WANTEDThree doz n dressed chickens per week for the next two weeks Highest mar ket prices for them in order to geL them nice 0 W Hagan Now is the time to sell your surplus hams Dont hold thun for Xmas they are vorth more now than then Bring them tome cash if preferred C W Hagan = Stockholders ofthe Washing ton County Creamery Associa tion will met at the Court House Saturday December 15 to sign articles of incorporation It is necessary for all to be present The town is dry and in utter darkness jut row and will probably so continue for several cays The electric light and pumping station is closed for much needed repairs La ger and improved djnamos are also to be installed iKeep posted Supply your self with something to read these long winter evenings by calling it the News Render office and subscribing for one of our com binations The Louisville daily Herald and NewsLeader both fcr one year 2 The ladies cf tho Mackville M E Church are running a book store during the holidays selling bibles testaments etc Get your Chris mas presents from them and make your boy happy and help on a good work v Smr pet protectwntfrotti loss by sickness by taking a policy in the Great Eastern Causu ltyand Indemnity Co It costs you only one dbllar a mouth and pays 500 in case or death by accident and 40 per month for disability during SIck- ness Bright the agent will call on you L eMrEdwardSeay was in town Monday 10 qfialify as adininis trator of the state of his fatber L H Seay Who was br years a merchant tSeaville this county ui 4oadvanced ge Mr Seay ad TOPICS II- fffnnfnIt1tA LtnlnrrL jvertisesa V public sale of the j and other prop erty of the deceased on Dec 20 Havingsold my interest in the Ha rdstore Store Tin and Plumb ing business to P G McElroy I desire tothank my friends for their patronage and trust they will be as liberal With the new firm of Shultz McElroy ashy have been with us 1 v JAS U lCELROY Mr Emmet W Smith who is to be cashier of the Central Bank Will sburgs new banking institution paid the News LeT der office a plojisant call this week Mr Smnh is fi om Henry countyand i well versqd in the banking business He says that the new Wilhsburg bank wiflbe Open for business in about a weeks time as some delay was caused by work on the new building Dhe Central Bank is capitalized Ut lq000 W S Gibbs is president T J Miller vicepresident and E W Smith cashier Tho stock is fully sub scribed t Tne Washington County Medi i cal Society met in regular monthly session Monday DJ CcmberJObh Vtry interesting and important papers were read I oy Drs JB HoBards and J C Murtd Officers were elected for the year 1907 Dr JN Shehan of Maud was elected President Dr J B RoBards Vice President and Dr J H Hopper was reelected Secretary and Treas urer Dr J B RoBards invited the physicians of the county tott be his guests on the evening of of Dec niber 223 af er banquet ing subjects of great importance to every physician will be dis cussed Organized Since the article about the l new creamery plant which ap pears on another page of this issue was in type the stock holders of the creamery have had a meeting and have fulJJJj organ zed Articles of incorpoi ration have been drawn The i new corporation is to be known as the Washington C uiity Cr amery Association and is Capitalized at 0000 The following i officers were elected H M ONan President C L Brady Vice President L B i Cain Secretary and Treasurer M fl Jones S O xfcGiJl Gabe Shewmaker GJV Tucker H R Thompson andH B Waters Directors Tte B ard of Directors will decide whn it will be bet to begin operation It is thought by some best to post pone operations until mly in the spring as it is pointed out tharit will be difficult to get etfbugh milk just at this season of the year to keep the thing going This question will be fully decided later on however The question of the employment of a manager will also be deci edliiter The stockholders have taken a decided i ntrest In thf f f Diamonds f t t tt i t f FOR XMAS t fifiAt o N 4 Summer Prices InJ tVatches Fobs Jminst2 Charms Mnogram r fg Butt us Diamond Cuff t 8 Buttorsj250 to 5 and 6 t I per pairp 0 o Beautiful Silver Toilet t and Manicure Sets S handtt t some French Gray tg t tttS tg peices in g ttSTERLING TABLEWARE i tg Silver Tea Sets Chocolate t2 tg Sels Fruitand Berry Bowls tg a w N t 0 M nlsoiiHallFrench Gray Silver Jewel f Oasea Handsome line of g g solid Gold and 18k G F tt t f1 ttt tg- g Most complete line of Lib g fl hycu Glass ever had g I1111E M Russell III I == 222tt t J 4 4t WORSE THAN t EVER Iit t 1 tI a r E YOU WILL NEED THEMVo For the Girls 0 3 LittleGirls itwill soon be very cold and then you will need a Cloak to wear to School and everyplace you go our f 1 0 k More two million American children tha majority of whom are under twelve veir of age are by dire necessitv to Iopg hours in zL factoriesfor WtU1 i bread suctenance Theirs life without laugnur and p ay He lobbed of its childhoOd and l A J 1 may enjoy QUALITY OP GOODS f c ttmatter and ajl agree that they will make the new enterprise success by all pulling together to make it a go To Build Warehouse The members of the Society of Equity are hard at work on the organization of the tobacco hi in the county and are meeting with great success A part of the crop has been l pledged the society and theI committees are getting more signers every day There XheI pfan on foot to build in neighborhood iSpringfiQld an immense warehouse the tobacco can be properly taken care of arid subscriptions are being takenfor that purpose It proposed to raise 10000 for the warehouse and farmers are allowed to the stock ajid pay for it out of their tobacco crop The pxpmotrs are confident of the success of the movement Dropped Dead Matilda Gowdy better known aVAuutJ e of Giles Gowdy Tied of heart failure yesterday Wednesday nnrn ing at 1130 oclock bhe had gone to the of the Sprhig field Lumber Co to pay fur some shingles and fen dead at the premonition of death Frsvera years Aunt Tee has been emnoyed by Mrs C C McChord as rook Her death marks the pa sing of another of the old time color d people who are of the race that arn not imitated or duplicated in the oung tfeneranion and upon lich thre has n tbecn any improvement by Socalled oduca tionand self training She was a Christian woman who exam examplbafe few of her race could improve upon and all would do well to to emulate v Notice to Creditors All persons having claims ugainst the estatepf the late L HSe yare heielsy notified 10 present same properly proven to me at at beaville Ky or before Febst 1007 Edg r Seay Administratyr 3t L H Seay NpiiCEr Notice iis hereby hen that I baye not authorized any one to buy tobacco for me or in my name or for the Ameri cinTobaccO Coinpan Persons buying for me or in myname ate doingso without my consent authority and any one selling to any person claiming to represent me db at their own ps 1l will not be responsible for any t such purchases H M forchlldrent tftfurti No OPltfl f We have that very Cloak you want Something you can wear- every day andstill l oknice on Sunday J Duringthe next week yoif should if l you i are con tempi at iin g buying a suit lookover our line of ready towear Tailor Made Suits for men and boys than labor dismal daily bare is school while i i it terests large where widow office types on or so peril IMr Ed M Russell was m Bardstown Sunday Mr T D Wells atid wife are visiting friends mBloomfield Mr James Beam 61 Bards own was in t wn Tuesday Mr A 0 Stanley Jr of Bardatovvn was m to An Sunday Mrs A R Shultz andson lit Ii spent yesterday in Leba non Misses Myrtlel Price and NellJ Green were in Lebanon Satur day Mrsl GJonitiU Hertlein was In Louisville on busi ness Mi J H Greeneb Lebanon speuts d ys llast vekin town M J S spent Sunday a dMoniay in Bards town Miss Minnie McClellan is visit inj her sister V iss Marvin Lubanon Mr Matt W coff who recently moved here from is lquite sipk ff Sue Ray andProf Slith Thompson spent Sunday in Bloomfield Misses Kate Whrton and Susie Penri are visiting friends in Louisville Mis Mary McCabe and Mr Praik AVillet spent Saturday at tJt Marys fMrs W E Leachman andt Mrs W T Leachman were in Lebanon one day last week Miss Myrtle Price and Mr George Robertson spent Sunday with friends in Bardstown Miss Louise Medley and Mr John Polin yere at St Marks Saturday Bradley sonof Mr and Mrs Tom Conwayis ivory ill with typhoid Mr roe Price spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr S B Thompson at Lebanon Miss Elizabeth Leachman is visiting her sister Mrs JBHill alLet non t iliss Maggie Buckman and Mr John day at St Marys MrJ A Johnson and Mr Agustu Ott spent Sunday iin Lebanon Miss Mary McCabe and Mr Gwin Marks spent Sunday with friends inBards own Mr Paul Azbill ot Louisville spent a few days last week with friends hero Miss Annie McElroy daugh ter of Mr Robert H McElroy is ill with frs Haydon of Bardstown is iiting her daughter Mrs Leo Haj don v Mr and Mrs A E Huudlfey of Lebanon wereat Mrs A R bll ultz ouaday a j Mrs John Brown and Mrs Harry Brown ot Lebanon spent Mocda in town Mr Fred Buton of Danvill visited Dr JM Burton the first of the week Dr E M Muter and wife were guests Dr W F Truty and wife a few days this veek Mrs Theo Campbell spent several in Louisville last week returning Thursday Mrs G A Dohoncy and daughter NIt njet of Lebanon spent Saturday with friend here Mrs Byron Croake and Mrs Effie wells were in Louisville Wednesday and Thursday of last week Miss Mabel Price is acting as cashier al Uoberts Cos store during the holiday trade rush H B McElroy was in Louis rule the first of the week on buines for the j Water Electric Light Co Messrs H M Grundv J C Thompson and David Litsey at tended the Masonic banquet at Lebanon Tuesday evenmgT t Miss Amanda Sisco of Bards town and Miss Pearl onner of hav been the guests of Mrs Kate Williams the past week Mr John C Thompson of wss in town Tuesday Mr Thompson has recently returned from seryice in the U S Navy Mr and Mist Andrew Cun ningham and Judge I H Thur man and Mrs Th rman leave todafor N C and llater to spend two months Mr Barber Riuehart who went to Oakland Call six years ago from this place is visiting among his old friends in the county this we k Barber is practicing lawin California and is prosperous the others of the Ksntucky colony as doing well on the coast Turkeys For Sale I have pure bred mammoth bronze turkeys for sale from jsuch yards as Go Woolf John Do Furgerson and Mrs J T Bailey large bone and fine plumage Can furnish toms niS hens no akin at reasonable prices Mrs JF Keen R F D No 5 Ky Telephone call central E C DeWitt Co of Chicago at whoso laboratory Kodol is prepared assure us that this remarkable diges tatit and corrective for the stomach conforms fully to all provisions of the Nationel Pure Food and Drug LawThe Kodol laboratory iis a very large one but is all the suffers from indigestion and stomach trouble could know the virtores of Kodol it would be Impossible for the manufactures to keep up with the demand Kodol i sc1d here by Red Cross Drag Store An when l remember that the brand High Art is a guarantee of If you want a perfect fitting dressy upto date Suit for busine s s or dress o c ca sion come to us FOtjhe Boys We have all kinds Suitsrithouse And no matter what kind it is we will be pleased to see you and show you line of Boys ready made Suits F DO YOU KNOWcompelled Their orjhreiF The RokrtsonClav brooke GoOjIDe + IIinher theI mjfMiOme Mo- ssfoLmUoNEYfAP lEFCN 4LI Wedhesday Viral Claybrooke Matjkville 1MISS pneumonia WheatloyspehfciSatur pneumonia days Glaybrooke Springfield Erederickstownt Frederickstowni Hendersonville Waynesboro Hereports Spingfield buying or- ipoking standing perfection ofweather qrr x A T 4 iIr ATUUI C brlslmasi I iQood How Open f l We extend to everyone an iriVitation tjcome in to see the prettiest line of t JHINAJ GLASSSEtc ever in the town v H 7 1Dont wait until you are ready to buy or away because you dont want to buy tstay IS WELCOME i tI tEVERYBODY Hagan Brosf f 44 J tiIIW kIA XMAS TIMES t t L a I l a l1 Naturally brings thoughts of the great fi f r t est gift ever given to the world andII f 3 the next best iis to Jewelry So come fL j in and see the nice gifts I hive i F 3 3 V r J t oIIi 5 I carry a full line of frjij 3 Clocksy Watches Chains Fobs fit j jLockets 10 and Chains Manicure fp rp IP fiot imfla t jrand a number of other articles that would male ti i 3 your friends rejoice ENGRAVING FREE CornIllf I i and set me e 1 3 31T Ii 1I Jas jJ Graveal 9 ji jii31 j L 1I tm 1 Iti3 S BUCKEYE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Mhi 717 East Water St Cincinwti Oiw r I V WA BRADFORDCOI i 14 W A Bradford Tandy Qp toia tfINDEPENDENT Does a strictly commission business Interest of patroo n t fully guardedr Three mRPth sree storage W give 10 all aip pers 150 per hogshead for all tobacco consigned Mi equalize freight with Lou Yalle We respectfully aoljcfr Y tiV busine Phono Main 2681 W t No Huntl1I Hunters are hereby notified to keepcffof my place All tress passers ilUt prosecuted k LUTHER A BURNS 9 WItts =Fir P110 Dius saN 4t fjfr Xatic TI DlrC t Wa arft pleased to IJBMH t fforootifcoldsa1Jlia lbythe NtlHaLtptd uM DMj Ilaw U ifeJataM s Ete r 9 karf dries a14 we nssspM a srfe remedy fproMtrw and dr d Cross Drug Store I i NEW 1RITISH WAR OFFICE Tiie recently completed War office is one of the most Imposing public build ftnrs In England It Is In Whitehall a locality which contains several other public buildings aome 6f them new and up to date but this headquarters of tk tvaiydepartment iz tho most pretentious of them all o Bright Dogr- Mr Zack Rains candidate for representave of Boyle county and a farmer of nj mean ability Has a dog which has the intelli gence of a fairly bright human tfeing The first time Mr Raines noticed any particularly smart streaks in his dog which is now nothjng more than a pup was t1astfall during hog feeding time The animal followed him to the feeding pens one morning J where several loads of corn had jut been hauled and stored for fature feeding The corn was I carried froin the cribs to the pens and thrown over to iht hogs The dog followed along J i and observed the swine devour Jhecereal most eagerly and J1 seemed to be tickeled with their I 1 manner of dining The politi dan being rather rheumatic re f turned to the hcuse and the dog 1 remained atthe pens and when hIt Rains returned m the after noon the dog bad carried nearly all the corn from the cribs and 7 thrown it ito the pens He packed the wholel lot in his mouths one ear at a time which fact indicates tat he is industri 4 bus os well as intelligent This dog knows animals about the J lr pace by their names and knows J J the poultry as well For instance Mr Rains states hat he will place a hundred hens and roosters in a lot and will bet five dollars to one that his dog will I catch a rcoster every time whenI told to and a hen when Danville Herald J Pr lent ana4diM o In this game all thechlldfenexceni two jre seated In n row OneTttit l two whispers In the ear of erfctfchlid I present you this namlngSiomfc nrtlcle3m1thc second followjiigv whIspersIII advise you what to o with It adding some usually abgur7- I instructions When all are ready they Ihvtuni tell what bas been given and what they aro to do with It For ex ample I was given a pussy catfaiiS i advised to put mayonnaise dressipgoi Jt The Keystone State Possibly there are many boys and girls ivho do not knoW Why vanla Is called the I rcnnsYI1 The keystone of an arch Is stone which keeps the arch from fall lug and Pennsylvania claims to be the keystone of the arch of states Conundrums IVhat Is It that no one wishes to imu and yet when he has It does not wish to lose It A bald head There was Adam going when i vah In his thirtyninth year Into h1 foTtfclh eI IJrom Platterto Plate When the turkeys on the table twd th gravys In the dish And the stuffings in tho turkeywCIlj what more could mortal Why to have the EtuOln taken from the turkeys large inside And the turkey carved In slices six cr- Bfvrn Inches wide And the gravy dipped with ladles on Its mighty hard to wait And the turltey and the stuffinG and thi ray on your I11ttc1 And It Would TaCe a Good Mazy While speiipng my vacation np la the mountains last surrimer I chanced to get Into a conversation with oneof the hotel hostlers The night prey ous ho had been fishing and he started to tell me of his luck Howmany did you catch I asked Oh about twentyfivebr thirty You dont say Were there any big ones anjong them Well I should say I A good many of them woqld weigh nlglion to three or four pounds i rlHeavens said I iTiat musfrhdve been an nwfnl haul Would you mind showing them to me Sure not Come right back Tiere rye got em In a pall o With that he took me back to the hotel and taking them out of tlepall said Xow aln t that a pretty fair catch You may think so said I mt i dont see any over nine or ten Inches long I thought you said some of them would weigh three or four pounds Nonsuch a thing said he I said n good many of themd weigh three or four pounds Dont you catch onn good ninny of them Judges Library ttAt ma Own Fljrarc An oversmart Bostonlan moved to the country not llong ago and pur chased a farm He was just getting settled when a man with ft book under his arm leaned over the fence and said Just bought Jthls land Yes Very fine farm Yes sir very fine Must be worth arcnind a thousand dollars tirore than that I paid 1500 for It Then there are indications of coal on It too which are alone worth another thousand You dont mean itr Yes sir And then the new branch railroad Is going across one corner I consider my farm worth 5000 Five thousand eh Yes sir I wouldnt take less What are you putting downjliithat book Oh nothing much you see Im the tax assessor Hope ytfuIl stay some lmeGoOd mornlugV Philadelphia Ledger She Had toSayit He with rn Impediment in hi- ssieeeliM dudduddarllug I lulrlul IY yuhIYPueblo Chieftain Too Suggestive The Stcr SjyoP havent much use for the football season Mr Porkcr2 The Porker No it always make mo nervous to hear them say they are go ing to kick the pigskin The stc rYesFmltl I feel uncom fortable lU3slfIt always brings thoughts of the gridiron Chicago Sews e rl DIAMOND BRAND SHOES IN FQ GGYLNDON04v One mnts was to a big firm in Lonrlon Eng We 1 are one off the few American shoe nianufac0 l 4urers maintaining European traveling salesI menDiamond sellersbecauser voI t y are wanted again The styles are correct the workmanship and fit Ideal and they vearJ II k 1 ll1r7l t IaeL 4HONDM1f ef 24 tuJe fIlOOlAlliSdliJJJl WENUE Miiz SHOES TWAYYOTMR HOUSE INTH WES- TJ f z J s F lASSOED IN t CENTRAL PARK Clever Cowboy Froq North Da kola iiats a York Broker Newrr YANKS Bin OUT OF HIS AUTO Car Horn Scares Strangers Broncho and Victim Takes Swift and Spectacular Revenge Comedy Eads In IPAs a rule a COW puncher T slting New York city from remQte parts beyond Urn Mississippi river assumes n guile less ma neln suit of conventional lhodIytnlwnders forth In the midst the big buzzing confusion of t1Jol metropolis with mind attuned to little but wonder and awe Jack Joyce got in from Shelby N D the other day with none of this ort of diffidence however lie spout the first two lays of lila visit In looking jvcr the town mitt thou pining with nostalgia he went to a sporting goods store and bought a flapping hat lie also purchased a pair of chaps ntn theatrical costumers some yards of rape and nt one of the stables in the vicinity of Columbus circle hired n horse and n saddle with a pommel Thereafter Joyce eschewed the tall buildings giving over the rest of his sojourn to equine circumnavigation of Central IInrk- Mounted on his fiery broncho which cantered and lurched at a rakish angle rue North Dakotan dashed Into the park just as a motor car containing John Shevllu a broker pumped through the gate In doing so the car grazed Uiobronchos flank The broncho with 5 wicked jeer drew his four feet to gether and so arranged his body that the saddle was at a supreme point of elevation Joyce of course was still higher But he landed squarely again and obsrviun1L expression of cold hautcnr rather than of friendly eon cern depicted on the face of the Ijro SbIUPI1nills chauffeur to slow down This gave Jack the opportunity he sought and ho hurled lido the car a blistcringvflro of North Dakota metaphor ThcijMr Jsiicvlin losing his temper struggled to his foot null bestowed UI on the Dnkotnu no itjaiin portion of HE lANlKD CPJAWZiUo Bl TIm wxrsrnr Vall slrocsj s submerged vocabulary Concluding ho gave till cir horn a greataffaJr nmielity hlmti The sounds rumbled against the belly of the bron cbo like tennis balls against a drum TILe frightened steed as he bolted for the shrubbery lining the1 drive moved ibis legs so fast that he resembled a corpulent ceutiptid But Joyce still holding on wheeled in a grcut circle n1l upoir the drive Just as Mr SJIievJInH car which was hitting up full iJ approached The cow puncher hud loawmeil his lariat early In the affray and as the car swept pnst the thin henipeii line shot like n yellow streak after It Neatly tthe coils settled around Mr ShevIins shoulder and a second later 3e was nlpixftl from his sent landing simWlilgilL waysidi as though he had flotvn down there tt lmt lICxtwoulI Intro happened vIhl never be known sluice Mounted Patrol niaotCfeerge Frisk who was a sixMita tor 7f the encounter throve up at till rruclal moment and disengaged the fu rious broker from the bight ot the lariat Mr Slicvllu demanded that tile westerner bo arrested l and when In formed that there was tloubt that the peual coite contained a spiKIfic punish meat for lassoiiuj HlizeHs he changed his complaint to Scl11itnUll abusive langnitic Tiie crtw puncher brnnclio motor cm luaiffour and nil were laktm to the Uist jlxtyclshth stioot station where Sliovlin suliuitted thai he haul been rather torrid In his repartee before the hrowliig i r tilt lariat and declined to ress his complaint JVlllluJ Two thousand womon are employed In the household of the German em peror y Vhj fn the world doesnt he confer a boon unoji humaulty by explaining how he 1ms solved the servant prob lem WChicago ItecpcdHerald An Object Lesson FrI1HltlJ11chnnior going over old castht4Velh never Thcrcfe actual ly grass grnvlng on that window sill To her miilcl You see Marie what propIIlls Opinion WOUldJltClYCor HeYou dont have to cry for him dear youve got him Yonkers States tuna bSuitingThe rnusicof this Thieves Comedy suits WrulJ J alsoMeggendorte Ni The narjred BdKC ell have paid every one of iiy debts said the young man jubilantly admire your conscientiousness saM Mr Cumror but Im afraid you will never make a financier The finance Idea Is to pay just enough of your debts to keep your credit from going to the bad Washington Star Not So Good young mans chances for making n great fortune re not so good as they j were a generation ago Not quite answered Mr Dustin Stnx Thats the fault of the people who have Insisted on exposing the tricks of high finance Washington Star PLAYING WILD WEST It j BOY HANGS HIMSELF Philadelphia Youth Shows Little Brother How Cowboys String Up Horse Thieves It was a Jfatal game that elevenyear old Charley Smith played In the cellar of his home 211 West Indiana avenue Philadelphia where his lifeless body was found by his mother suspended from a rafter by a strap that had strangled him Ob mamma Charleys gone and banged himself was the message de livered by her other lad Raymond nine years old who had found her In the home of a neighbor a block away She had been gone but a halt hour and had left the boys playing ihi the cellar Wild West was always Charleys favorite game but hitherto he had con ailed bis youthful spirit of adventure HE PUT HIS OWN IIEADlit TIlE NOOSE imbibed from blood and thunder tales from which his parents always tried In vain to separate him to lassoing firing cap pistols and equally harmless diver sions According to the story told by Ray mond Charley got a trunk strap up stairs and making a noose with the buckle end nailed the other to a rafter Then having put n table beneath be ordered his brother to Impersonate ir horse thief about to pay Jhe extreme pepaltyIRaymond was too wise however and started to cry whereat Charley standing on the table put his own head lit the noose and the next moment kick ing the table from beneiAh him was struggling for his Hto Little Raymond was too frightened to put tile table In place and thus save his brothers life The sight of him turning red In the face and then purple was too much for him and lit ran out In quest of Ills mother telling no one of the tragedy until he found her Dr Wurtele who was summoned by telephone pronounced the lad dead when he arrived BOY TRAVELS INA TRUNK Raises Lid to Get Fresh Air aid Scares Pennsylvania Detective Out of Ills Wits Almost suffocated Freddie Surnmew aged sixteen of Lancaster Ia can tiously rabed the lid of the trunk III which he was beating his way over the Pennsylvania railroad to gut a breath of fresh nlr and Incidentally to see where he was when he was discovered by a Pen nsylvania detective who was peering into the baggage car wlthout a thought of unearthing a trunk mys tory The dutectlve saw the Hdmove up then dowu It made his hair stand on end But he Invcstlgntwl and found the lad IYeddie had boon tgI ttsburp n run awciy lie saw his money growing beautifully lessfto he went to the Pcnunylvaiila railroad ttfaflon found an empty trunk amid a pile ou a big truck itor eastbound trains raid climb titilu t i He was willing to pay hjRfaro to I ovold going to Jail but lie win 70 cents short Station attache made up tho idclklt and the buy went homq in loach Thorn In Arm TaccntSTetnr ilrs Rerd Turnbull rtiithing at 1170 pcnnJscci avenue Columbus 0 Is now fully recovered from an operatlcn at Mercy hospital when a thorn ooc hWloodedJbone In the forearm aloug whlcti the thorn had moved until It reached the elbow during this lapse af a quarter of a century lied become tubercular and for this reason the operation was- perrarmed Omlat Twig Grovwj In Hun Stuiaack- A small green cnldr twig swallowed rnerCrot lk el up and aa a result Wiseacre Is recovering from what his physician at first pronounced broncliltlj Upon examinntlnn by Dr J P WaJtess the twig v UK found to bo as green as tile lay It was swallowed and also gave Indication of growing 4I The Molting nenIBegin now to give your fowls a more Doitvy ration of nitrogenous foods such AS linseed meal animal meal etc and thus induce them to grow a new coat of fcrthers before the cold weather CltchC11U1em In n hnlC nvde condlttyu sunn JIlT IIFF iU nt11 Thats what a r druggist said of Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials n addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are nade so often in copnec Ion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy off ccasional ri o te From ifancy to old age Scotts mulsion offers a reliable of neans of remedying improper and weak development restoring lost flesh i and vitality and repairing waste The actionI of P Scotts Emulsion is no more ofa secret than the b composition Of the Emul sion its lfVhat it does it does through nourish ment the kind of nouiishg ment that cannot be obI tained in ordinary foodcJ No system jstoo weak oro delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it i We will send you a sample free Be turethatthU picture in tin form of a cUsonl the pcr of bottle of EmuUion you 5buySCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St KY 50c and IaIl Jraerfsls A MIND WAVE Dolores was readlhg a queer book und Dolores was one of those higlio educated girls who lint learned nil sorts of things at c Mloge antI even she thought It queer The chapter1 which she was reading sits all about miiid waves and toll how the brain sent out currents tlmf vibrated like sound only one couldnt see or hear them riierq were even pictures shovlng alarming ficadtt with brains exposed It1l1I dotted liuis tc show just how the mind wavcw work eel Then there were little ttorles hi tIne print telling how one could trnlui i the mid to scud aieseageH to the iiiitut of another person over the invtstblt current There WitS one especIaUy In tercsting which told how a man whIhind been In love with a woman rot seven years without her suspecting finally brought her to New York nl the way from Iqdla on one of his miud curtDolores wondered If she couldutHiz the theory hi tier own ease Yousee Dolores was Jn lovt or thought she was which is Its near itns IqtV people get Hlie hut met a man two months ago nt a dance and he and Dolores hud sat out on the stairs talked stud danced once or twlc f 111I each orher and the queerest part was hunt lie hadnt seemed to want tc flirt with bpr or soy pretty thlngsor squeeze her hand as all the other fel i lows did A college town gives a girl some odd Ideas They laid been sauAslbleIui their talk He hud told her a loti about football and had given her paints on the now style of play and explained the slg nals and allthnt sort of thing and Dolores hind listened to him hnd saldt How Interesting and had waitod pn fleetly for him to leak soulfully Into t bet eyes and ask her for a rose or something nut he hadnt looked or asked Ilo sh6 had been home In Wash ington for eight weeks lIe WitS in New York She found that she could not get the man out of hor mind She thought of him so persistently lust It had become annoying J It was ridiculous It was In bul tMstu rt was silly butjt Was Konfethlng lie seemed unable to control She had often wished that she could hoar seine 1thing about hltn something butt which uilghtr make her Ifatb hint You sec thc e tender higher oducat ed girls like to analyze their emotions Just as they cut up live kltttiH to watch the heart beats This washer thought Just then anti she was glad to find her mlml going 3mck tn the class room unit then she fount herself thinking Now If tWs mini wave plan were true she would simply set currents going and he would come lly Ing toward her over space timy nudI everything But then why lint they not done so before now The mind wave theory must bo wrong then well If the mind wave t IAnd all right she went over to the r looked into the reflection of ll own cyrs pretty eyes ttliwytkMV too and lutighed again o Just thcira thing ImupetuHl A ttfclc Ilione bell rang out In ttlitt hall and Do lores ran out to answer It iiio found jlt one of bet girl friends at the other end j of the wire This was the con versa tuhI had to call you up Dol to toll you Who do you think Is engaged t Which No Who Oh whom A name came back thcmime of an other girl Who Is the man t Dolores grew faint whim she heard the answer for she heard the name of the man of whom she lint been thinly tIng She leaned heavily against tIn tel ephquo and tried to say- qnlte evenly 9 I met him How did you 1lcnrr rY It Anti hes coming heroj yo- usvhereto Washington how did j you hear about It sie Just ran In to tell me tonight t The engagement wont be announced until next month at a luncheon llllc mother Is going to give Of cours IYesI bereT t All winter I believe Theyll not bo rosined tintll next year I Ihear TheyK will have lots of dances and dinners and thrass given them I suppose so 5weYes yes When Is lie coming on to iashlngtoo did you ayS1t a 7w w1 j 1 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE p BY McELROY WHARTONI SPRINGFIELD KY h d No 65 170 acre farm located S miles from Springfield right on pike good dwelling anti barns 50 acres in Blue Gras well fenced and watered Price 0000 No 66 125 acre farm well located good duelling new barn all necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land arm well fenced and in good state of cultivation Price 80000 No 120 acre farm 8 miles North Springfield goods i room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 acres in grass Price 2750 NoOS 118 acre farm well located right on pike well fencetPand well improved Pricc S35 per acre No 09 50 acre farm well located INOiarn mostly grass fenced Price 5000D No 71 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies well and is as good as the best Price SfiO No 72 210 acre farm well located oodarrn and lies well and mostly in ras right on the pike nice 7 room Ii dwelling house 2 tenant houses good stock barn and tobacco barn plenty f tobacco land lb acres good timber Price 50 per acre No 73 385 acre farm well located right m pike and railroad This farm is subject to division 2 good dwellings and barn fine body of timber plenty of tobacco land Price 35 per acre NO 7lUO acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwelling and barn 5 acres of bottom land well watered and fenced Price per acre 25 No 75 125 acre farm llocated town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to house six acres of tobacco fence all good Price 820 per acre No 76 50 acre farm situated 12i mile froth Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn and all necessary 80 75acre farm located at Mack villei first class new improvements of every kind all good land all lies wellI and mostly ih grass Price 0Itlwe1Iingbarnsgood tenant house place well fenc I and watered Price 835- v cdI 95 210 acre farm 150 acres in grass 50 acres tobacco land 20 acres of timber good 5 room house new SouthofSlriugtield 81 08 acres located 5 miles from Spr ngfield on the pike good iwellfing and barn place in good st cultivation Price82500 970 acre farm 3I miles from Springfield good small house and outbuilding strictly a nice plade Price 5000 1 in past CMIitT Ye She had just Deceived a itcle gram from him saying that something had Imppenei decided him td take the midnight train lie will bo Tlere In time morning Goodbyi Goodby Doloreiwahketl bark to the corner where thp iniud waVe book hey upon the hoer F e plckwl It up caressingly and hold It gainst hor heart Thou 3he walkixl up and down the room Southiiiglrd happened which tlchiiHl him to take the midnight train for ale said Ami h- eiegjedRntl then I set word over the telephone that he Is comingright over the cnhjcnt SIR put the book carefully on a table Then she fti too glass and saw a sttiilitig triumphant jfaee looking Iwcknt her The cbeMcs were blazing Poor glrlshe wlitopennl softly to herself Tin sorry for herIf she real y cArgs for himrrIii Drir spd Out Jour Sinlllnsr Game You can rail It a Journey around tie worm If you wish rake half n doacu or soshects of cardboard sad write the names of cities oil tbvm Scatter them around ni place a hay or gltl In charge of wich as ticket agent Mvceach one a cowl cotitalHiug rtvc or more Words The other boys ami girls play they ire travelers and they Step at each station where they tire detahied by the ticket agent titer have successful ly spelled the lYe words that are out his rU- In this way a groat deal of useful Hpelling Is dour but It Is a jolly game AH Ttrentyix Letter Most boys and fflrte po doubt have triad Itt one time or another to make a short sohtciice that would contain all the twentyMix k tters of the alpha bett Tho tak wuuiU llu an cisy oiu tt eounii if there wore no restriction ax to the sense of the expression but with unit retrkthwi a good deal o jthhiklng necMjary lien are two seiiteuces in whSHi the twentysix Igtters arc all used lytt some of the n lire used several tUnes Jolla qslckly oxtwnporizcd five towns TJie quick brown fox Jumps over Ne vs nervous ess headache constipation bad breath general debility soiir risings and catarrh off the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discov ry represents the natural Juices of diges ion as they eclst in a healthy stomach with the greatest known tonic nd reconstructive properties Kodol Dys epsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion nd dyspepsia but this famous remedy ures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and the mucous membranes lining the stomach odol curedsune end we are usitig It In milk for baby Ko4oI Digests Wkat YOlK Eat ottlei only S 4OSlBhoIdtat2H times the trW size which sells for 50 cents r ftrMl by 0 DaWHTOO CHIOAQO old by Red Cross rrUJ StrI No 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 hallsancj porch 2 good barns 2 cribs meat house buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced A firstclass fanm onehair mile Vein Mackville Ky right on the i pike This farm is well improvedhj every way new 8 room dwelling house two tenant houses good stoCk and tobacco barns cribs etc Thi farm nearly all lies well and is in a high state of cultivation This is strictly a nice place and a chance for some to buy a nice home The price is andterms easy Price 50 loneYe also have for sale a 330 acreJ located 3f mires from Spring field Ky The improvements on this place ire excellent the dwelling being avtwtfstory brfck six rooms halls and porches located inabeau tifully shaded yard The barns arc firstclass as ire all other outouild irigs There is on the farm a good orchard and plenty of small fruit plenty of tobacco viand and some timber is well fenced and watered PrieO per acre IN 78 80 acre farm located iin County good 5room dwelling good barn well fenced and watered all lies well and convenient to school and church Price 2500 No 79 75acre farm well located good new close to good school and al churche Price JiM 82 75 acre farm 2 miles east of Polin ort Willisburg pike good dwell ring and barn Price 530 per acre 83 100acres located 2 miles north of Fenwick good dwelling and totjaccobarn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco land Price 82600 8490 acre farm located 4 miles east of Springfield ICy good im proem nt of every kind Land all lies well new place Price 50 per acre place well watered good orchard Price 1000 105 60 acre farm good new dweU 1ing small barn all good land Price 2008 100 oO acre farm good box house well new barn plenty of tobacco land right on the railroad Price m1I mentsof every kind farm mostly n r v To Cure Cold One Day 1ake Laxative Bromo Quinine 1Seven mnnthsThis signature4 iL7DVt Sour StomachNo UJShi QhpdstsPrice kindhouse nearI m1Springfield Sloaivs i Lnvinveivt for Cougli Cold Crour Sore 1hroatSfiffNecZJ RheU S f Neuralgia ndrI At all Dealers t IPrice 25c Sent Sloans on Horses q Cattle Hogs 6 Poultry Address Dn Earl S Sloan 615 Albany Si BostonMass home XV tbe bo sand the L1X1aand at same tIle the mucous membranes Honey and Tar out the cole cough Abso Jut f flOat any i es to ihe National and Law Sod by ug fIf Springsield IIPrice Ufpike Price right and terms easy on4lhie f dfffpIkea89 135 acre farm one mile from Springfield Price iiisvilleshe well one mile from I railroad 2 00 ICO acre j miles toffrom Springfield Ky right on the all lies welL Goou small house good barn and place watered 825 per acre a 100 acre farm 2J miles fromtt gistock J 1 I and cistern good orchard and all i 1 kinds of small fruit 10 acres creek bottom ldce S30 per acre 1 4field4J proved dwelling 2 tenant housfes 2 pikePrice I KG 200 acre farm 8 fliiles from Springfield 21 from railroad station all good land in grass 20 of creek b0ttom house 1 atbarn103 WO acre farm good improve t Jf ijtOlU1CCijijt all lies well and in graB3frigJit on the like 2 inileut from vrin1fie1dl Ky Per aGre 810 rei igJacrei ig Town Property T 1 4 p A beautiful 7 roomdwcilhingOn Street in perfect Everything 5 new and clean Price 3400 f A Avell equipped tjwo story dwelling on equippedtb Covington Avenue justfcomple ted Jr Four room dwelling on Virginia Avenue Iaroom dwelling on Grundv Aye lot 70 ft front 500ft peep Modern 7 room dwelling located on f Grundy avenue and lights nice lot good stable and other cut y rbaildings PJice 3500 fFour nice cottages located on road 3750 il r a in T Tablets A PJI Motion boxes sold 12 which Washington Ijjkod agnin until doC1uiao strengthening 5Oo Free Book station located repair Price p ft e L C tU Ji iF UUAA Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk alipost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with thOrn pepple of this great section of the country I We solicltyour patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed 5 1E2Ji CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEW1 lAMES E CALDWCLL CLAT4D HUMS T D WE5Q 1reildcnt aOenl Mmager SetyA Jku t Ge1 l Izr j TzeasuiHI IIii Louisville isBoming3jd 5t InthernanufacturinofJcans farmwaont1- r icPsewerp1pewoodenbozesazinproduciag j u t 2 and bzndilnz whisky ieather cement y t tobacco ex handles and pumbers supies 5 f i Louisville is the of the largest crrzi tOr adoryintheworidtbeisrgessotpfsct3r7p Q itt3 hthoSouthmdonooftelargestplowfec tV i britain theworiciand has8eectrlclnter il 4purbenhinet uisviUhsadtyCtBEAUTi i 1r FuLhuouEsl its city pmpextyvslualionis it cj oooooOOO It ins the grandest b system in the Unted States and many insJut l5rI1lro ERCIALSChOOL Enroll athisscitcol i IdoTHOROUGH work and yotfil never be J inwantofagoodpositfoninabOomicelt 4 terp tifln cat lute Loulsyille now Is Ins UauetonveslJgatc Qaxalcgvefre- eIRYARTLSTATTOkIIkESSCOL1EGE LOUiSViLiY Open c get cord the tinie allays information of Contains Drives and stops the ly ej opl Con forms eIo Drug Picasant to take Red Cross Pi Stcre d S45QO farm pike well 100 miles mostly acre good Main Five pile water rail park For chapped ani cracfced bands nClVP1lccallon l it on before going to bed use nol piir of gloves and see what a differ e ice the morning will bring Sol by Bed Cross Drit Storct La 1 ijQWi I4r4irP iJgrtt t 71A