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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c 1 1nBLlSHED II1N1883 I SSSSSSSSSSS J a tNEW SERIESVOL XIII NO WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY DECEMBER 20 1906 000 PER YEAR f if DR II FJRUbTY r 1 PRACTICAL i Office over Havdon Barber 0Htital work at reasonable prices H work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY OUR DIRECtORY 1j SPRINGFIELD county seat of- T4 Washington County 52 miles south ast of Lexington 59 miles from Uouisville on Bardstown branch J Louisville and Nashville road in i farming and agricultural district f two Banks telegraph and telephone Ines express office flour mills lumber tUfts Popuation 1100 population of lounty 15000- Representative in Congress Hon D ISmith HogtnVl11e Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis ature Hon W D Claybrooke j Representative in State Senate Hon 3arrv Lancaster Lebanon Xv Gounty Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth SLondav in February May dnd Octo V Y I H Thurman Judge i LDurham Commonwealth At rney Rpbt A Noe Clerk Al G Leachman Master jmmiss ttti1 z QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday in each mouth BL laisey Judge COUNTY COURT CountyC irt meets on the fonrth J Monday injietch mouth B L Litsey JUdg W F Booker CountT Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney J George Catlett Jailerk Sidney Oebourne Sheriff tHHerbert Etdleman neputi Bd Masters James F Moore County iPnrvevo- tt P OBryan AssessorCs W fTiilitcheli Dep tyIRobertjNoe TreasurerIJ M Mbntgomery Coroner I WI Bush Supt of Commr Schools PO Springfield CITY COURT lames iR Noe Police Judge Jpha Grace Marshal WF Grigsby City Attorney i JUSTICE COURTtJnotice Courts are held in Jannart pril July and October Church DirectoryI METHODIST CHURCHi Rev G W Lyon Pastor 3er yicesjnthe First and Third Sundays I Jn each month at 11 a m and 730 p m sundaySchool every Sunday atlO am Prayer mte ing every Wednesday aight r CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessav Pastor Ser vices very Sunday at 8 and 10 ocloct- jlm Services at St Rbfe same boon TT t CHRISTIAN CHURCH j RevV OWalcer I ato4tIv 7fvery Sunday 7PRESBYTERI CHURCH L Preaching every Sunday at 11 am- aflat 7 pm Sundaj school every Snnday a 10 HDJPJli Ilifiti very Thursday evening si f00h jk 1 bBAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison V n lLtI PreaOinff tverv Sunday It r m nd 45 pm Sunday School eVen undaj at 930 am Prayer meeting evry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Order lke e t MASONIC LODGE Spriagfleid lodge No 50 meets first and third Mouday eieach mouth ir j Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday f Springfield Council o57 meetf on very fourth Monday i o of THV Mt AHKKS M et fflfRT iirno h The original L lLAXATIVE cough remedy Jor coughs colds throat and lanjj t I troubles No opiates Nonalcoholic Good for everybody Sold every where i iI The genuine FOLEYS HONEY and TAR is in f YeUowpackage Refuse substitutes Prepared only by Foley If Company Chicago For Stile byRGu LrosPrrgy ore i w F c Tt I- J i J J TilE =L13ADELI 51SPRINGFIELD DENTIST FOLEYS tHONEYANoTAR NEWS tJ 1rOOtfiHWiiHWli ij iIROUND Qf TALK M J he Optimst Things a lookin rather fctue All the world aj bit askew Then my fried its up tjyyou Just to hustle out and do Something worth the while Wipe the tears from out you eye Things will get worse if you cry Seek the paths where roses lie There is every reason vhy You shoulff weaTjfl smile Though the clouds are dark to viewI Still behind thi sky is blue And the sun will soon shine through With his golden gleams on you If you work away r Though the day be dark and drear I Whats the use to quake in fear Wipe away that idle tear LJok to see the awningxlear Of a brighter day Locked within their icy tomb Are theflowers of springtimes bloom- Ing od time theyllll ight the gloom Scent the air with sweet perfumo As you trudge along i Life is always what its mad Why should you then be dismayed Keep on going unafraid Every doubt can be allayed r Wittfa cheerful song Keep on working with a will Tackle een the steepest hill HBid each doubt and fear be still And each day with duty fill juty noble done Try again if once you fail At oneLlll success dont rail Bravely face lifes fiercest gale gonitThus success is won Commoner tT1ESTEDThere has been r considerable speculating over the question of the new T stocklaw which hs been voted in three precincts f the county The claim t as been advanced or hat iit would not sand the test ci trifdCbefore JudgeLitsey of he county- ourtlast week which may bet reganeda a tes of the new I estel Ilaw Erastns Derringerwas a r on complaint of JJ1 E U Shelby baigedcaith vi Liiujf the law agaihst al ow ng stock t run at large in young precinct No 10 of the county The de ffendaht employed an atorney t1 who failed to fit d any defect in a tthe law and the court assessed tthe low st fiDe whicbwas 5 and whch wee considerab y Ciiorq The people of the county are considerably interestedl In theII stock law There have beeia several at empts during the past few veae to pass one that would hold good but something lis always turned upto kill tySentimeut is pretty evenly divid tbi ed on the question It is agr pJII op oo the one side tht pople wboown tock should be made to cire for it and sbouldnot he per inited to allow the stock o rjamc at large and became a nuii cce to the community On the other c hand it is cl imed that ihe stockii law works a hardship on cer ain pot people who perhaps own only a cQwor two and who have no pasturage fur hem There is m nv ah oldmilch cow whicn affords a most a living for some poor family and which picks upII allying along the bigiwa ot tLe county whwre she does ho barm but rather terves to keep the grass and weeds down Howver iit isi nothingibut right that the law shottd1i fulfill the office for which intended that of preventing theIIIIII running at large of stock The majority of the people voted lot it and it should be enforced long as it is regarded asa Jwl MI 4- NB r NCOURAGED T O b tic CO growers of lhcouhiy luve cauce tf feel pnOuragai ve the outlook tor prices Alwioiijh a comparativetj small propur tioii of thc crop oftho coun y has been mrfretedtI e price paid so far having een quite satisfactory coisid it a he quality of tie tobacco It iis conceded that while the crop Ot the county this year is large that t e quality is bad in fact there is said to be more damaged and houseburnd tobacco than was ever known before Ye we learo of crops s lUng in various parts of the county at from ten to twelve cents pei pound all aroui dwhich is con sidered a cood averaeThep growers who have pooled their crops with the American Society of Equity of course expect to M get high prices and and are holding out forit It is probable also that the best qualiryof to bacco is held by flInse riteresied in the A 8of E movement which tog the with the fact flf their po JLgarran pmeht is expected to net them good fi ures UT Cure ffur Epileoy J B Water of Watertown O Rural free deliverp writes eJlrsLwith epilep sy was cured by Dfs Kings New Life Pills bh has not dot had an attack for over two years Bsi b dy clea spr ad lire givn g tonic pills bd earth 25c at O J Haydons drug store j Insurance Insure in thH Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction Oity K the only company in the State tha inakKs any claim of u jyins itsose in il iy Deadly Corn Shredder Glasunv T meL This is t e season when the deatily cor br dlit gnii ruestime work und hardlv a day pusses bjutthat the papers chronicle the killing jr maiming of some poor fello who cirelessly allowed allri1 i getinto the JO rfull1fttchtutr here is Ii idly a corciiiunty il which a shredd r has ever visit d that di es notiC dntain i ncr twoI even half i dozvn CHO arm d i iz9is as iiviiig evidence ot he horrible woik ol the shr ddfr The circular saw is hnrd v in the 1iuecluss wi1hclvi sh edd heu ItctMiHs ttu njurirjrj tjio e mpoy d n its opeiaM ny ani all g i to rontde nr lie mbr ii UP tlV IfrMM fII innto atbzeri 111 Q oqe rip plfedl b tlif rircIJlar aw In lianvn county albn tJiOr1 ire twentyodd iin WIll have lust n arm each n the deadly shred del potwiis He SDMI complication fif female trou les with cutarrh of thsstpmach ni bowies had reduced Mrs Thomas 81 A11tino Levjn ort hid to such deplorable condition tot te doctor ad sdd hit operation bu Her his nd fearinjrJatHL results postpone this tdtrx Ele tricBtttpra and to the am izment to all who knew her this medicine com pletely cured her Gunrantped ure for torpid liVer kidney djs ase biliousness jaundice hills and fever yenerul debil itv nervousness and blood pois oninj est tonis made Price 50c at C J Haydons hu store Tryit Youthful Robbers The local merchns who the pennyin tVV siotitoluInftchi ws that hangin fn n Of their places of business hap bet n trobled of lat hvmscr ants who break opnn nd qb the casn drawer of its contentsor olse breHlr the machine inan effort in an effort to get the money and tolu every owner i0fl4 of these has expenTiced trouble lil etitabove Itis undoubtedly the orj fuit1l s ud iit n r For that Dandruff There is one thing that will cure itAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular sealjrmedicine It quickly destroyslfie germs which cause this disease The unhenlthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthyscalp means a great deal to youhealthy hair no dan druffno pimplesno eruptions Tho bGStfkind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yc- nrsA by J Ayer Co Lowell Ua nAlto manuf cturer of SARSPARlLU lIers PIUS they beneires or wht s the police have never ben able 10 ascertain The lust bo suffer from these AlfredICoulterhm was op eDI last Webnesday evening about oclock but the thievas were frjgi eed aw y bfor thej GonfWiltS Mss Lula Mills who lives iehashi f broe it in an effort to gain e iracetothe cash drawer SUe raised the window to give tne alarm and this frighten them away Site thinks they were negro boys about the ages of t and eighteen On examination it was found that they had smashed the glass in front of ihe machine but hadnotbeec given time to rob it of its contents Thepo ice have ben IUllush ed a clue and will make a d termined effort to land the guilty parties behind the guilty parties behind thd4 btr where heJ belong Mr Gorge Dunn lud his mill luite stolen some ume ngo and is was s ver il da s be for i could be louiite Jan Advocate Catarrh torn bk Cared with Local Appllcations as they can tiov reach the seat of the di eaHe iurrti is a birrt or ct i mui nal iiaq niu in trdcr to cure it ou must take intjruci remedies Halls Catarh Cure Js taken internally and aciib directly on the blood and mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cute is not a quack medicine It was prcribed by one of the bet physicians in this country for Ycar dnd IS a rcgulwfc prescription It is cbpiposed of the host tonic known combiied with the tHst blood purifiers acting IirktI Y on tlid mucous urface The perfect vomhinatidn of the two ingredientsis vhnt produces such wonderful result in cnroin Catarrh Scud for test i moiiial free F J Cheney Co Props Toledo O oldiiby Druggis pric 75e TakeHalOs Kainily Pills fQr constipation i W aShi gtOD County Far- lilPublic i t AT AuctionI Saturday Dec29 At 10 OClock A M On the above dale and oh th promises of te farm knoxvn Hg tne R F McElioy farm hitua ted on the astside of thu l SP ngfitsid and Lebanon turn1I springfieln and conlfining about 356 Acres will be sold at public outcry to the highest and best bidder This t iHone of the very best farms iin Washington There iscounty a t nine room residence good a ne v goo barns ice hfusei dairy nnd necessary outbuild ings The hole farm except p ing Kut 30 acrn is vtl set in gras auG must of it siirs cl c onacOo land im thnre iis plenty ofI imber tor barns It is welll waered jwo streams of run unt water uirpo ponas a well aid a ci tern TERMS OF SALE The far will be sold for onefourth cash balance votithree and for years from Jan ua ry 1 1907 deferred pay inputs ttn bear interet from said datuI payable annually and iin derauttf Ofljdue and pnyabl Po spssiOh- will be given lanu rv 110 15 For further mformitmn cn on or address R Y MtElroy- Lebimon ICS H DRodman- uisvilIeL Ky or R U McEl roy on the p remises This will Be an Absolute Sale L Y McELROYS H Mammoth Bronze Turkeys Mammoth Bronze turkeys the best of breeding and withI ings extra fine birds from winning stock Pairs or not related For large size mureI bone and time plumage Mrs W P Meritt F D Springfield K BOLD ROBBERY Home ofAVilliam Goode En tered and About Thirty eDIDollars Stolen Mr Hilly Gi de who recently movfd from this place to his farm in ihe Mooresvllle neigh borhood hid an u pleasant ex pertnce wh bold r bber and is some thirty dollars porer thereby Mr Gooie about a year aomoedringileld from the quiet precincts of his home in the Mooresy ilia neigh borhood to indulge iu the mcie strenuous experiences of life in a large city 4ftler a sojourn in Springfield hfc decided once more to return to the quet de oj his country home and after the experience hbo o refered to jis willing to bear witness o thee fact ihai on certain occasions life in the rural distVicts is murh more strenuous than it i in the large cities sach tiSSpringfiHd The particulars of the robbery agln to tie NewsLender nan ar ab m like this Mr leGudp arid his family had o recently moved into their hoire from SMringfHd aid hadnt tinihidunp eking all of he belongings On t evening of th QCCU riI0 Mr Good d- IllS fr rrd trn b V It 0 r ates ott Mooilf fflt house had been left securely lCked but unoccuDied Mr Goo e and his pond wife were la1 fir returning fiome thut eve- Sninird when tliey did return jo ijkV dIscovered unmistalcablia evjce of an unwelcome visitor Tle house had ben broken jnto till the place ransacked One4 f bik hfJ tho theif This trunk was frced dpenrend wo pocket book ojie cotrtatninsnbout 14 in east be onging to Mr Goode and another fcontninii g 15 tjio piopry of Mrs GOcfe veer ilpflropiatd- Goudsjy r the tfunk a so crn tain a another purs contaning l aoiit 60 which tthe tlieif f r1 u ately overlooked M nev appeared to bp the object of the raid as nothhg else wits disturb d No arrests have been made ur Mes The Liver LiygJv givesepermanent relief iu case of habitual t constipation as it stimulates the live and restore the natural action if as bovnls without irritating these organ Mki pills or ordinary cathartics oeI not nauseate or gripe alldlS mild and plrasnnt to take Remember the name ORION anti refuse substitutes Red Cross Dfur StoreI 120000 Damages Mrs Minnie Raines daughter oftIfr George Bohon has throu hattornovff E M Bars din J1 P VanArndall and Qtfaiitgc ifgiin t ttiM nR t w thec0 ND T P R nth rPullmin Pa ace sar C mpay In J riiJary while on VIttot he p rents jJ Vhe RihtKIOda IIWill handyou io IBlmdfoldeid HOYALevea into his j and ask Jar king Pwdc Any maker of ALUM Baking Poll der would like to Blindfold the housewives I so that they could not seethe 441jel an thecanAVOIDALUM Saupia llgJ eLrI I ulwviIj is 4SDlutely pure Grape Cream of Tartar 1 PowdeiAic1sDigstionAdds to the healthfiilnessof food I NrCFYonsdyiscycu froau cLial IIi RDYALBAKIHG powoftCDiithvvo csrf f here Mrs Rames fru rch as d a Mdjet from his city tI Atlas ta including a brtrth iisthsleep r Sne bjarded the sleep r here fnr Kndxville but charges that isonpu off in the snow had to re abttel in 1codrod bnrg next m ruing She say she was treated discourte ous y by the conductors Mrs Rune says hat a result 9fI thisi treatra n her heilth was permanenly injured Promi m nt doctors of Atlanta and Lou tllevthJ hive nidMci Runes under tber charKe we d tesify iid he case whn it 6ontson VIal Harrodsbug Democratt v I t Eitess Wyandotte Ky says Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy cured some hogs for me that I did not fhiuk could possibly be saved It iis the only remedy I have ever used that will cure hog cholera Some o these Jogs were so sick I had to drench them with the remedy but I did not loose a hog Sold and guaranteed by CtJ Haydqn Springfield Ky t Judge TKurman Did Nott Frown It is reported that speciali i JudgeSV C McChord made an order wh ch is on the record ajb ihe Clerks office directing that the Court House be renovated it was not frowned upon by Judge Thurman on his return and may result in something being done to make the place rapr nt for lady witnesses to enter It is said the Grand Jur room is in tit state to be declau I ed a nuisance by any health officer Let us have the filth producing tobacco abolished jl2 SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR- m 4 t THE HOLIDAY TRADE N MENS WEAR I f iave bought on for this Holiday trade a speciall Bssirimentof e ll i III MENS UMBRELLASMUFjinERs All of w icb WH be a suitable and Christmas preen to th mtn uf the or to a sweetheart S 11sb o f mind4 my friends a d patrons that I keep IRr Hie stock of bHO3 HATS and MENSFDR r I 0NIEINGS 1 See8 eMy Assortment of Lap Robes ke iI WINDY LEACHMAN I s MENS OUTFITTER i c4y t may want to knowifsome certain brndof Baking contain 1 tor Phosphate of LIME sendus we trill without cost to r reportS useful fimilv Powder fnjn a oci that is not even room enough forte neeery l atte dahls uithout tiviDg up every inch of floor space to a mil andIseveral smelhiiwe11as sicken mg stench Green County Record 4NOTICE AIl persons having against the estate of laiIDs1 Clarksqn deceased will present 1lawSprinifie5 1907 This December 8 1906 LLOYD LARKSON Admr of the estate of W S O ark Eon 4t s i ILetter toSanta Springfield Ky Dec 13 00 Dear SantlClttus I want a red automobile and 8 Christmas tree I want afire wagon with five ladders on it I want s mecandy and some nuts 1 want sane bananas I want some Roman candles and some shooting crackers I want some skyrockets Dont forget Miss Ella Duncan and dont forgqt mj mania and papa and my sister From you little friend GRUNDY MAY S IMackviUe Joe Harmon and wife andDr Thompson and Barnett were iin Louisville last week onvbusiness Joe Wycoff of this place has bookkeepl qacco at Springfield Joe Harmon bought df Oscar Harmon his farm situated on the Perry villo pike consisting of 70 acres Bud Matherly can9 home from Decatur Ill J last wetk and married Miss Zilpha Roe the following day Thy will leave for the west in a tewrdays to make thejir future home W 0 Yancey bough1of A M1 Ferrell a house and lot for 100 Richard Graves lost d workhorse last week by some un known cause RdberiMiltonsold a workhorse for 65 W J Matherly bought of W B Hatchett a milk cow at 45 H Bt Caso shipped carload of cattle and hogs this week for whlqhiie paid liberal prices W 0 Harmon bought of W R HatJchett a bunch of Hogsat Gets per pound also WLt Keeling uice mare at l180 Joe Thompso4id sister Mrs W L Leacbntan hava gone to Des Moines Iowa to make beitI future home v The A S of E of this Oplace meets every Frjd rBright ndki IIi doing splendid wore iin tbewy t i S1JIISUBSCRhIOtV 1 IIic 4VAR 1 1 t JfiWlJI t II thenanfcand dfqrnizingthefarntersaainstthe a iI creasing rapidly and mpst all r have poolel their tobacco Every man who iis lint a mdtrr i baifehould become ne and help 1dthe man that leads us all It J Levi Bradv bought of Jbim L Wilsons heirs a piijof laud i r contimg 73 acre ab260 Henry HUton solH to J AH Johnson of Danville 2J bead pr 1100 pound cat IP n 44 cfs perltii pound 1v in 1HB1H Jafilst 1907 5 v Will Math rJy sold a rdp of t acop to the American Tobacco ICo atSlcts ptec pound ttW JB Hatchett was in Lpuisr f vihle this week in theinterest pf theA S E Harrodsburg Demt Itl ocr t J J fl rVas iit Murder fr i t tinttISfweek and while 6he unfortunltt I actors m tie affair claim Jt was f an accident officers haysiTs L pected foul clealngs W- Tuesda7 three xjolotad boysM Golie Bridgewater age 17jgi Florence Phillips age13IC and Iim Burr Tucker age 1 went bunting and while bu Golie was shot receiving wound from whiclIhq diedVlplT nes4ay morning AvithontjeSerl regaining consciousness Tjje1 Itagedy occurred about noah in the knolls threequarters of a J mile west of Belltdwn tf When the boy was taKen ta P he home of his brother Dave Bridgewater his brains TXfte f oozing from a bqllett wdund irtr j the top ot his head and be was j unable to tell a word ofhpwf thej affair occurred His companions K at first said that he had accidentally shot hfmsef Later anotlrej 1 story got outthat the unortu i pate trouble was due to liwacci dental discharge of arffleki the hands of Jim Tucker vvjipi pe thetraggdijr has lleft the c6irfty 7q The yppng r bJ Jjgf lorenceYhf lips wfio was a witness nt t el bproners inquest yesterday told conflicting sto ieSandilja bf evdent heca btidJy 4i adIlAter he was put m tie chrgej p of Chief of Police Thpmpsor tj who swated binisevorely Tile j v ball ha7inCntCie the top of t the victims bead the boy was shown that it was unlikely that r uGolieu sUhiraself nnatiferj semo tlose quizzing heferpljel cU bownahd admitted Ihallieiai scuffle withe the Tucker negro Wai acci4ntJy shot wHh a pi1i o t31l from tliollatter and promised T to go the pistol ridbring it to Mf Thonrpsan t ft The fact that the Ticker Lffrik has skippeddoeQt l and the teIef MOnt utiithnm Iani1y nI s t fWV there is iQtatJ jLO s tti has yet hn to1dtencu Enterprise i t r v iv I JHfMWSLfADfR I Pn DJVZrTJIUMD1T 1 AYJEAR IN ADVANCES SPRIMGWILD KY E UDAVISON Jr tjfcuai nr PtBW notices 10 cents pe Mh1CibSq R insertion 1 IISInd potIttca1fliatt IJot rtdcl i at low rates but cash w ell UJ 1p racu iide on liberali It rti1 o srIJwWKtO id resolutions of r spect skpslI LuooIc2xI- ivrsW5tt 25 ir- ult l1sketOC 5 THURSDAY DEC 20 1906 i FNo Paper next Week Owing to the fact that it would be impossible tp get out a paper ixfc week without working on Christmas day we have decided nextNewsLeadernoiteuei no Thursday Our office will be Aoeiifor job work jndfor other bMtness however every day ex cept Ghristmas day We will 1keep oped house for all who de ire to pay up and renew their subcriptiOflSLCome early and avoid the rush Rockbridi iIMessrs John Henry Baker Isaac Durr and John Moore ar rived here last Friday from Illinois Mr Henry Royaltys school closed at Breckinridge last Fri daypChristmas is almot here and 1 guess it will bring joy to every little one Tobacco stripping seems robe tha go in this neighborhood John and Lee Homan are building tenant house for W 4S PMerritt Mr Thomas Baker is visiting ins uncle at this place Mr rbomHfaby is esps ting to move next week The people are expesti ng Mr Moss out this week We are haying lots of rainy weather now Mr James Burns is going to move West about Xma- fphere was a big tobacco rally in Willisburg Saturday and- 1 several from this neighborhood attended r Mr I barlie Hinps is going to Ohio to make his future bom and Mr Will Homan is going to move to the house vaceted by t MrHin es Mrf Tom Biker moved to the- oldFizgerad toil gate house NotIce To OllrC11ilOfl1C1 We are pleated to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for cough colds and lung trouble Is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommed i as a firferemedy for children and ad lb Red Cross Drug Store Jensonton Mr Will Whayne is getting along nicely wiLh tbe house he is building on tnelaud he purr chased some time ago from Mr Jno Statea GoleKey who has been liv ing with Mrs Nancy Cocanough erfor a number 01 years las moved to th house belonging Jto Mr J A You g M Ltsiie Coyle has moved ito the house with Mrs Cocauougber xMr Willie Lay has remed the farm of Mr Elias Alford where he will move the firtof the year Mr Alford has rented the house belonging to Mr Will Pettrson Our summer and fall school z which was taught by Mr Orcen ith Peter was out Friday Mrs Pearl ilbntn is sick a ttiis writing Mr Mark Young and Miss AlthaBbdley were married at Perry ville on iast Wednesday Dec 12 The bride is a daughter of Mrs Kate Bradley of i 1Boy e county whie the groom I is a son ol Mr J A Young of iaaUij apexas neighborhood To j Qngratulationst IrI Males The layer LiypJy Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup gives Permanent relief in case of habitual constipation us it stimulates the live fil und restore the natural action pf as S bb vnls without irritatrapr these organ- Jiks pills or ordinary cathartics Doe not nauseate or gripe and is mild and i plrasint to take Remember the iuuae ORION aad refuse substitutes Red Cross Drue Store MooRii7iLtE W wjjih all the readers of the liW LeaBer a happy Xmas and 1 rosperous New Year be a Sunday II1iwill school enertainmtnt at New Hope church Sunday evening Dec 23 at 2 oclock Everybody invited to attendisThe tobacco men are stripping out their tobacc in a hurry Several crops have been sold at Irom 7 to lOcts per pound The exchange will be removed from Mr Jas Walls to Mr Elijah Farris Miss Fairye Lyddane will be the hello girl with her sister Margarett assist rant ttinglyIand son Hubert gave the young people a social last Tuesday night Those present were Misses Verna Wall Naomi Red dix Euqce Weeklev Nancy Eilis Messrs Johnie EEls Ben Hardesty Lee Hardin and Henry Wells isitingthis parents at priug this week Mrs Bnuner Carney and son Morris were in Bloomfield last Thursday shopping Messrs Owen and John tHis Earnest Pile Dave Hays Sam Grigsby and Lawson Moure were over in Nelson4 last Sun day to see their best giils Miss Ora Carney entertained a few of her friends last Monday nght Those present were IathryniNancy Etlis Eunice Weekjey Messis Dave Aays John Ellis Hubert Mat tingly ten Hardesty and Willie Carney Mr Jess Pile and family of Woodla n visittd Mr and Mrs Jchn Steverson last Saturday and Sunday New Cureg luTJpil m J B Water of Watertown O Rural freed liverp writes My daughter afQcte trfof years with epilepisy was cured by Dr Kings New Life Pjlls She has not dot had an attack for over two years Best be dy cleabser and lifeC1 giving tonic pills bd e rth25c at C J Haydon drugstore Kiilsboro Miss Effip Coultpr visited her brother Lafe Coulter this week Lafe Coulter bought a flock of geese of Mr Hines for 60 cents apiece Mr J Rw Brewer visited Mr J S Leachman Suiday Mn J S Leachman ranted his farm to Mr LM Clark for 125IMr HM Moss was in this community buying tobacco this week Price eight to id cents Toe people are getting aong very nicely stripping tobacco A grea many are poolipsr their tobacco with the A SdfE Barlow Wilsons Minstrels Barlow Wilsons Greater New York Minstrels will make turdayt what the press terms a thor oughly clean and wholesome pefdrmance The company is a- very clever one and its personnel is made up of a number of well known burnt cork and Vaudeville pHrfqrmers A big feature is he noondav street parade which is both new and noveL Ihe sale of seats will Commence at Red Cross Drug Store By special arrangement the price of reserved seats will be 50 and 35 cents gallery 25 cents i Soils ShOuld low Tiles Foleys Honey and Tar bas curce many cae of sthma that were con sldered hopelessT Mrs A olph flues ing 701 West Third Si Davenport Iowa writes hA eeve4 cold con tracted twelve years ago ivas neglect ed until it finally grew iinto asthma rhe beQ medical kill eotild not give me rnor hrn tempOrary relief Foleys IoLeyand Tar yas reccm mended snd one fifty ceit bottle en- tIrely cured me of asthma which had been growing on inc for years Ill had taken it at the staatlj would have been saved years of suffering Rd Cross Drug Stsre 1ENTHUSIASTIC Members of the American SocietyoEquity Greatly Encouraged Over The Situation j j An enthusiastic meet ipg of the County Union of the A S of E was held Tuesday night at the Court House to heart reports from the various committees or the progress made in securing pledges of crops iknd otherwo4ip ol the society was presided over by Mr W M Nally President of the Co unI- ty Union and there were present t members from all parts of tne county hit of the county locals being represented The reports show that 875 acres of the tobacco crop of the county Jbas been signed This it is estimated is 30 per cent off the totIcrop The committees feel confident of securing more signers and will continue their work Those in charge of solici ting sub c iptions tp theware house fund reported over 8500 of stock already subscribed and expect to have little trouble in raising the balance of the 10000 It wasjannouncd that xati nal Organizer H BSherman whl be here this Thursday evening to address the members and tobacco growers in general Tb mem bers feel assured that when tue reports are made to the SSta e Organizer sQ wing what prog rs lias been made that there will be no difficulty in raising there iuiredana unt to build the warehouse Witlt he warehouse Assured a great many who have held off will doubtless go into the pool Having the warehouse will enable those growers who need money to have funds ad vanced on their crops Work will be begun on the warehouse- as soon as practical The warehouse will b3 Jocated on tnerail road and within cotfTenient dis tance to toWn New Enterprise Another new enterprise is proposed for Springfield MOss Bruce and Law practical opera tions of canning factories of Edingbqjg Ind were herolast- eckandatameeprgofcitizer in the office of B D Luke a movement was put on foot to build a factory at Sprinafield for the canning of fruits and vege tables These men haye had eighteen years practical experi encQ jn Operating canneriesTind propose to take 1000 Jn stocV in the concern themselves They have no m Ctiiflry to sell hut simpfy want to engage in the business and want tto get the people of Washingt n county JO aid in the enterprise by taking stock and otherwise helping At the meeting the otlipr night 2200 was subscribed to tbei stock It is purposed toat first only handle tomatoes at the lao tory and it will be first necessary to get the farmers of the com munity interested in growihii tomatoes in quantities sufficient to sppply the demand It is esti mated it will take the yield froin 200 acres of tomatoes to supply the factory The operators wili Contract topy 22 cents per bashej for tomatoes The farms intriisj county will grow excdl Jent tomatoes and those who have investigated the matter claim that it can l be made much more profitable cl opthanI tobacco Mr B D Lake and others who have the matter in charge will have the thins in definite shape Shortly l t A pure country sorghum forI 40c per gallon for 10 days pnty atO W Hagans OOOO OOOO H STOP AND TAKE A LOOK j c 5 5Go IAtI t t Horses Sldighs DruHorns Hoop Tops Trains and tIre Works i I FRUITS OF ALL KINDS t IIat5 Iwant4 reasona3flfe Close II- J Lu t ut THOMASI t 5 Its Worthw jj traveling a long distance to have your teeth extracted t t w Without Pain or Danger S Ii All work guaranteed 1w Ii L G CRUME D DStii Bardstown Kjf ThompsontHatchettMr Hachett of Mackville announce the ap proaching marriage of their daughter Miss Flora to Dr W R Thomp on The weddingis to take place at the home of the bides parents on January 2 at 2 oclock inthe afternoon Immediately ater the ceremonv the bridal couple will leave for a wedding trip to Iowa The bride to be is a young lady ofI I many charms of person and acter and has many admirers Dr Thompson is one ffthe ading youmr physicians of the county and a man of excellent charapter and ability He is a member of tho firm of Thompson iBarntht of Mackvile and enjoys a lucrative practice The NewsLeader joins many friends in offering best wishes j Catarrli CanDollJt Gnred l with Local Applications as they can i not reach the seat of the duease Catarrh iiSa blood or constituUona disease and in order to cure litj you must take inerncl remedies Hall Catarh Cure is taken internally and acub directly on tile blood and mucous surface Halls Ca tarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prccribed one y of the best physicians in this country for years and Is a regulas prescription It is composed of the best tonic known combined with the hest blood purifiers acting directly on thc mucous iurfaBe The perfec combination of tbe two ingredients what produces such wonderful results in cureing Catarrh Scud for ttsti monials free F J Cheney CoS Props Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists price The Take Halls Kamtty f U i for con ipation MrG H Boone who is thE stenographer for the Kentucky Railroad Commission and who is herO a good deal of4 his time CeMcGhord isan expert penman as wll as an expert stenog rapller and typewriter Hq re cenly accomDiished the feat of writing with apen and ink 1045 words on an ordinary postal hard The words are The Crocker Fountain Pen You blow it to fillltH This sentence was wrtyteti 194 times and Mr Boons signature and address made the total number of words 1945 The writing of course ex tremely small is perfectly legible and can easily be read with the naked eye The George G Fetter Printing Co has offered a prize for the greatest number cot words written on a postal curd Mr Boon expects to win the prize or come very near it A XrIaS Wonder There is a till1ati Bowie Tex thats ts ice as big as last year This wonder is W Liill1 who fjoni a weight 00 pounds has grown to over 180 Ho says I huffeaed with u terrible cough md doctors gave me up tq die of Consumption i was reduced tto 00 puuLds when I began taking Dr Lings New Disoovery for Lonsumption Coughs and Colds Now after takincr 12 botttles I have more than doubled in weight and an completely cured Only sure cough aud cold cure HaydonDruggist bottle free JrWit the Governor Vacated Iind been assigned to a room at a hotel hi small southern town said tho drummer and while making rendy tngti to bed I tlirned back thn sheets and found the place already Inhabited They were tjuye by score ami I called up the landlord and pointed them out and asked 4Islitis snrt of bed you expect a decent man to sleep ml By George but that explains It he exclaimed with a whistle of surprise 4fl doesnt explain how I am going to get any sleep tonight 44Nt 0 but it explains why the gov ernor of the state who was stopping here one night last week got up after mi hour and wen font to finish therestlof tho nlgllt In the barn We Itt that ho WitS odd in his ways and I charged him four bits uxtra for dls lurbing the house but I guess the old man was level headed and lt jumped n him too hard f t Feminine Way I understand said the paison thntjou young ladles held tho first j tug of your debating club last nightj meetjj What was the subject of your sionJloally I do not remember anIantswered time niuld with the dimple but anyway the subject had nothing to do with what we talked nboutC VltroztlrJ1JUDO WASHINGTON LETTER USpech1Corcspondentc Sotar ten states have declined J tl1all luvlti tlcm sent out by Assistant Secre tary of War Oliver to EeuU some5 of their national guard organizations Into cqmp with the regular troops this sum bIer Colorado has declined because the guard Is too much scattered aboutI the state to admit of easy concentra gtion The trials for murder of the labor leaders In Idaho have made It prudent Jtor tha authorities to retain the entire j of militia within the limits of the state ready for any uprising the legal authorities ogftillstI l California reports that the experi once of the state troops In guarding San Francisco and other places devas tated by earthquake and fire and the expense to which the state has btta put make It Inexpedient to jjojn tho regular Wblte campingIyear ending June 30 1907 wilt be ful twice as large as for any previous ye111I except 1003 when the mansion was modeled The sundry civil tion bill carries 113000 for nppr9priajj penscs of which 35000 Is dinary repairs and refurnishing and 25000 for traveling expenses ot the president his attendants and Invited withjoutt1 panics comI rll1e appropriation for the White House last year was 53000 The fur nlshlngfi of tile mansion were new In 1003 and are now somewhat wonu- Hevr Furnlalilntr Needed Colonel C S Bromwell superintend ent of public buildings and grounds la Itemizing the need for repairs lit the White House before the house appro priations With the committee tppr snlllII Intended paint and repair th Jfco bouse The frs public passing through those rooms iaT KIIed them and the tapestry anti fornlahlngs have become worn and ilboaldb replaced hr estimate that In the east room for trashing ceiling and painting with three coats of oil paint and everything of that kind 3000 Is necessary and foi replacing draperies regilding cornices and mlrrorsireupholsterliig and reglld tar furniture 5COO Is necessary The Dine and Jled Room 1n time pine room 1300 is necessary for washing mill painting the and 3SOO f2r replacing covering walls and cemnJJ regiiding the furniture In the red room we estimate j for replacing draperies residing cor alces and mirrors Bull reuphoisterlns furniture nnd In Jhe green room for reupholstering furniture 100 will be needed In the lobby main hall Id1 ushers office 3200 will bo used In addition to that It Is necessary put a newxtln root on tho entire house atn cost of 3000 Then It is sary to replace the pavement In th north areawny the sunken pavemem In front of the house In front of the roadwaj 1GOO an d to resurface the roof of the east terrace 5000 In addition to that It vlll be noce ary to make certain Ranges In the met terrace In order to make It avenlent to handle large crowds at receptions and the estimate on that Is 5000 Million In Flfiliinp- ri total of 50250000 worth of proft tcts were taken from the Waters and jofd by United States fishermen In the rear 1905 excluslvo of the fisheries In die Insular possessions and the fi taken for home consumption and bj jportsmen It Is estimated that 232X 0wapersons earn their living yearly ontb- mdustry which Is estimated us having a capital of 50000000 The total on put of oyster In this period Is plaecpp at 30000000 bushels valued at 700000 Virginia ranks first in the prot auction1 of oysters yielding In 8500000 bushels vnUied at 325j000 About 7500000 worth of coil had dock hake halibut mackerel lierrimi and other well known fish were take In United States waters III 1905 V Xcvr Hotel Planned 1Atness men has purchased the at tho northeast corner of Fourtoemit street and Pennsylvania Avenue for ti rash consideration of 300 A flue hotel to cost 400000 willi be erected on the site as boon aa plans are prepared Tile new hotel will be known as the Warwick and will be designed to be the finest of Its sItu oWh of New York Uncle Sams Prliitlnpr Offlce The United States lisa the greatem s t and best equipped printing ollice In the rI world snys Charles v Infllow who bas investigated the matter one wlu it ran do all the work required for many years to tome Ht the hortcltnoticI Ve employ more men and women aitd t pay them Inomiut rally bettor ware our tnnchiuery and equipment are far superior the scope and functions of our Institution greatly surpass tijos a any like establishment iml we do a easily greater and more useful amounttt f work in every department To honor Xnvhl Iloro The discovery of the 1Otiyof John Paul Jones and Its sub Miiciit rfliuornl to the soil of the United States have to vlted attention to his almieveiftent- when the next series ofstamnjS are designed his calm countenance te ox peeled to be depleted on our uf iti fdouomlnatlotiv rime stamps of United State i have always portrayal peace Wr HUgscstlons Imve never fuuiifl a pluct on them The only stamp depicting Idlers is Ute eight cent denomination of the transmisslssippl or Qioahji eon 5 memorative series which represents United States troops gunrdinic an eail irant tiain CAUL BCHOIIELD ja Fnmc For Ten Kjck Fainllj Time orange of Synicuse university the stalwart backs of the second olKht and on that of young JlmmleTen Ck newest reprcstntatlve of that famous family of oarsmen loomed up In front at Philadelphia recently In great fash tOll In their respective races Jnthe fourth annual regatta of the American Rowing association over tthe Henley j course on the Scluiylklll and the baud ful of rooters that Journeyed down to bomewlthIboth were dark horseskYoung Ten Eyck faced a field ot soy eQ IliifUnlnrk HOiillorS In hn contestt for second singles but he took the lead llb at the quarter and won as he please1 talking back to his nearest competitor Btoes of the University Barge club The eight coached by Jim TOil Eyck father of the sculler met such good unior crews as Pennsylvania and and showed the class that enabled the orange to sweep tIe Hudaon In 1904 and there was open water be- ween Them and Pennsylvania all the J bwawere never let out et p S e ISanta Claus Att Hertliens A big assortment ofJToys with whch to please the children Make the little cnes happy by P ovidV g a few sinaple toys for Christmas See our Doll Window Dolls old andjroang large and ndressedLtt l Conrafi Hertlein lil1arJrtoamidiinperious- You will have trouble with g The Ylctlm Th reT I just kue Id c1eiplrItIliTime For DlBnp nrinar Rcksto be a crack football player rlsuJ cr gticssMd better be going rejoined the young man Hes rather nearsighted I believe and might mistake me for the ball Houston Post WOMCLduring spat Then you9 admit that you manJed me for a home hWICeYcs Husband Voll that isnt o bad i mnrIiIlcd me 101sItaDetroit Tribune tAtTETlt1en e of Vnlue rWhin a lot of this land could have been bought for a sbng Yes auswcfcd Farmer Corntosscl nut after 810 how my dmumgh 7crs shtgin li ons cot that docsnl SrftluNot tiiiennrnglng wlt1IyIewdopartmeQththereiyI time to ca pty the nstehisketMimi DPAnoiis Journal j Iranicil Up My daughter ttells inuu said Miss Yenieps father that you wanted to leo 1id Thats Btrange stammered the rouitress rrA iIInt But p rlstml thcreJqotell suitor dont you think its pojKttjlo for yon 16 lfroJt ore fond of ma intimel Well IoplhMl tthe l ri1c3g girl tttey dasflT1 absence itiakes the heart row onierYlloiiemn1an Miigazinc- r l II Powitblc iiIaiindniy ferTt lo 4t tt1 that loud stii tJreM has on t mnn who will wear riotke like tl rtwt be denclcnt In iSte qyer1 dont lIeiov Pirhapa he Is mfii of ItrIs1IcngOews SIBl rider IIelghi sbed IlafiMyv I wish coBkl aellnH f write r Well txaMcCHl tha edftoTTwlmTmd tuSt got oft tbe ilickaey ell wish you irrv all ytw alI PhlladelphU retU ijitittf njrnr SIto trio young may- A ball frfyarn round a round h a steak a ptice is a wiiMlori thing a vrn den tjng h a young man In love MnJvn yqoujj mail In love is like the ttrt IrtNajwe ilr fipoonnniore nti sb apoke clenHy and distinctly licdjTK young mttdtn1tiisti lie tooll lifti Iwt ami life i r ire tvcjcoiuimlrums fljul vanished froiji MISS prnele Gar Jmfdiowes alphabet frevarPeqr ions r Ko Slidillc Ground Yes 141 ba willing to g t married could only get a wife who was eco OmIcnl and My dear boy tfo wOllnnl Is evereco lomloal Shes either extravagant or tingyVDetrbt Free IJreSs Vstmuulllnrttp IJg your 11t1fsc afinttk of nutomo- liesi asked tourist who was tending a broken tire Xo answered Farmer Corntossel Ues Jmuled too many of om home Hnr thnt AVasbtngton Star Ccnioa coh1egeoh nowWollheatjibouti nobodyicGuta r tiij c r Iw I WIiTER CLOTHES i I Ever Wit have been adding our suickol fJtf Mens 1 7 Clothing until nosy x Wefthave Styles and e to verbody Over= i Coats i Suits with style and We especially invite the Ladies to inspecc our stock of Cloaks and R inc afscWe take a special prhle in our hoe Departgaentvand will guarantee good values lot the money both in Mentand Ladies Shoes Grundy e Mclntife = u 3 ookooooooo Xoo QOcOOoooo g f 8 i I 8 A t Kg StockJJ88 iI I 4t 8 T of Furnittlrei T 9 9 Rockers Tables Bed Room buits Dressers 8 8 jjlFine Rugs 8 Rugs all sizes and ei ality frcim15 cents up 8 rs Come and see my fine jardineres and pedetals x g t Anything InI the furniture lido you Want I can furniih and saye money JflV Q Trade at Honie j f ff J a And Save Money fi- 8o i 0 W 13 LEA CIfMA1Vi i8 THE FURNITURE MAN S p x OOOGOOOO XHX OoOOOGo p HarnessRepairing f promptlyi6ne enced workman Charges Reasonablee GeoBTay1r Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue ot Fruit and Ornamental Tree greens Sh rub Grape ViIdS Rhubarb Asparagus Small Fruits tctis now reaay on app1icaton We ejnploy no Aments sell dire cvfo ihe planter Hf HILLENMEYER fiXONS r Lexington icy NOTICE Hunters are hereby given myplaceprosecuted r JOHN YIf AYE S 4No Hunting are hereby notified tp keep off pf my place Alrres passers be prosecuted LTTTHBK A BURNS riei iar t h wef tq I s Prices suit and fit I u I you J but Hunters Commissioners Sale j Ivsf P DftsByttie r I of sale of the Wasiiinrton CircimitrCourtrendercdat the 5ctoljer termmod in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at theaurt House door in Springfield Ky tL ON MONDCY DEc mR 24 1900 at 2 oclock p nor ther about 1fg 4 t t1detatr Ofj and 12 months the tJeScrilJcdptolerty A certain tract or parcel af land lying in Washington county Ky nealSt Rose church and bounded aa follons On time North oKiinttown roadontke South by the tandi Badgettand etatibia Iandacres For tile purchase price the pur I chaser or PucChacrs vith approved security or sureties eondsof sale unbllmlaan fuf fAtandPw1l1nth tSese tern COimily Promltly J i 1 SIGLEAOtfM Jl MCEO i 1 VSmJ V 2 SaleC f tIf notIsLvaelyIvillzon IrIOllday1cffiberq 2419O6s- ame b ing county ourid1yOf fer for sale at the 9nrJr ijsa door m Springfield Icyti2oclOclcP if r lheremibio hellilaI est and bet hiltrrmy farmcozmststing f we iifsituated ner PoinKyOn tli IWatersFor rutH particuiirsimmplyl to W E Grigsb my t ev SprJngfield Ky or thiuideti- guedi J OLnERPA lOK PoJjirCY OBKIJSGS NffI gitSS ll bf win Swely Slcs If CNk i e J fN MSLEADER I UKISHBD XVXXY THURSDAY f Jj w11 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 4 SPRINGFIELD KY f iL DAVISON Jr i Mt Zion Echoes r Among those who attended service here from Chaplin were Mrs Sam Houtchens and daugh ter Miss Oro Mis Alice Bush and little daughter Misses Net tie and Mamie Huston and Jen rtoie Cokendolpher Misses Beulah Arnold and MarYWakefield of Maud were tisitors at the home of Mrs Gillie Arnold Saturday and u aaYi 4MissHltincb Bonta is visiting her sisterinr Louisville this week j Mr Hubert Virgin and sister Miss Lydia of Maud attended church here and were thejguests ofMrs Ella Taylor Sunday c MisGrant Hayes has return ed irbm a visit to Mrs Martha tGraham in Louisville J Mrs Ahca Bush and daughter Bert ta and Mss JennIeCoken dolpher of Chaplin were- guestsat the home of Mrs KateJ j WWimJSunday t TStr Everett Parish who has beet quite ill we are glad to re port able lobe put againi Missas Keltic Huston and Ora Abu hens were the gnests of I Miss Claudia Neale several days last week h Miss ElizabeiK1 Southerland has returned from a peasant t visit io friends and relatives at a Willisburg a Mrfe Shewmaker of near Glens Creek spent several days with Mr Baily Pinkston llast week Bro Harriswho is assisting Rev Maxwell in the protracted meeting hap been preaching some fine sermons Everyone who can ijught to attend and I I hjprx these splendid serrfionttto May much good be done andd many puls be saved is the pray 11eroTattlersb4 V The Wonder I t ATfiI Thereis a jjilTat Bowie Texh thats t ice as big as last yeart This wonder is WL Aill who Jjom a weight 90 pounds bass grown to over 180 He says Isuffeaed with u terrible cough and doctors gave me up to die oft Consumption 1 was reduced to 00 puLds when I began taking Dr Lings New Disoovery for- Consumption Coughs and Colds Now alter takiDcr 12 botttlestI have more than doubled in- weght and am completely cured Only sure cough and cold cure1 c Guaranteed byC J Haydon c Druggist C50c and 100 Trial bottle free John Barry Fqr Senator TheLouisvilleTimes says It- a few days there w Jl be anoth r entry in the senatorial a 3 Editor ToV J Barrv of ihe New Haven Echo dsies succeed the Hon Ben Johnson recently elected toV Congress The senatorial district is com posed of the counties of Shelby Spencer and Nelson but by ai arrangement that has been recognized for years this term ii tbe Senate is to be filled by Nelson county with aNelsoncountj man G M D Stoner a promi nent farmer is an announced candidate and IB pushing his candidacy Mr R C Cherry and Sam Peters will also enter the contest Editor Barry friends and he has lots of them are pushing him strong claim ing thathe would make a splen did Senator Of wide experience and thoroughly uptodate he knows the needsiof thejosople and would look nfter threm In Nelson coanty he is known as the bridge builder in addition to other recordsin the publicy service Asthma Snffen ShOl Know nB3I Foleys Honey aJ r has cure many canes of asthma that were con sldered hopelew Mrs Adolph Baes ing 701 West Third St Davenport conItracted twelve years ago was neglect ed until it finally grew into asthma The beet medical skill cpnld not give me more than temporary relief Foleys Honey and Tar was recommended sad one fifty cent bottle en trey cured me of asthma which had been growing on me for ye v Ill had taken it at the staatrwould have been saved j ears of siiffering Red Cross Drug Stsreo Killed a BearVV While a party of hunters wer ckyTennessee a large back bear and after a heated chase which lasted nearly hour they landed him says Glasgow KY special Robert Milt and Plo d Owens sous of William Ow ris wereout hunting and their dogs tree something up an oak tree the the tree wa scut and out came a large black bear j A lerrific tight ensued in which the dogs got the WOi9Oftjle fray Tin party though armed were afraid shoot fo fear of killigg their one being a very valuable one The bear made a dash f r- iberWbut was followed so close y the dogs and hunters that he again took refuge in a tree Finally the fourth time just as ie was attempting to climb a ree he fell exhausted and was soou killed Thej bar weighed one 200 po n4s fter being dressed and was thefirst bear seen in that section for sometime The three boys who killed the bear are being congratulatedand ate called Roosevelt friends it by the bpY LLV E C DeWitt Coof ChJcagoat- whoo laboratory Kodpl is prepared assure us that this remarkable diges tant and correctiye for the stomach conforms sully to all provisions of the Nations Pure rOod and Drug Law The Kodol laboratory is a very large one but is all the suffers from indigestion and stomach trouble could Know the virtures of JlCqdol it would be impossible for the manufactures to keep 1p with the dejnahd Kodol iu sold here by REd Cross Drug Store SI t Hoper pound now for 75c 8 es laundry soap for 25c C W Haganb t j4cc x4i44 i rDefqTKeSform i f f l y With1aLt 1 I Blizzard Stoii Shield i Protects 4- a i n st drair snp asy 01 jUstment 4eap and I Durable L- ofii g Bank tSi J i 1J A Egti Line Lowest prices r 1 WELLS BROS i 4 tH 4i r w BAD EffECTS llOf theJLawless Acts of the Mob at Princeton Being l Felt By Tobacco Growers A special from Princeton Ky says farmers of the dark tobacco district around Princeton are reaping the whirlwind sowed by the mob which destroyed the warehouses tbat place and it is aeclarea that financial ruin tares them in the face I The effectV jis coming through tbe bankSOf Princeton which have heretofore beenthe ntost pros perous in Western Kentucky It is stated on good authority that within1 tbe last week tbei banks have called in large amounts in loans which affect probably more than 100 farmers just at a season when they need ready cash Many of them will lose all their securities in the way of real estate mortgages The Gallaher and Imperial Tobacco Companies Whose warehouses were burced did 1000 000 worth of business a Vtar They are buying 3000 hogsheads of tobjac co a day and shipping it out as fast as Iit comes in Tobacco movements equire ready cash to meet i he deliveries arid the withdrawals of the companies fu di compel the banks to fall back on their debtors und they are pressing the loans to payment to meet their own obligations Farmers around Marion Hop kinsville and other places are hauling their tcbacco through two or three counties todispose of ii Nobedy wrfiloah money oil tobacca in Warehouses or barns because both are liable to incendiary tires vi M Merest Mamf Every person should know that good healtb is impossible if the kid neys are deranged Folcys Kidney Cure wilicure kidney and bladder disease in any form and will build up and strengeteu thece organs so they will perform their functions properly No danger of Brights disease or dia betes if Foleys Kidney is taken in time Red Cross Drug Storeu Blackburn Dies Game I Washington D U When Senator McCreary yesterday preSbttpd the credentials pf Senatofeleet Thomas H Payn tel to the Senate Mr Blackburn was in his seat but h e was not asked to hand in the cr den tials ofhis successor which is ustbrnaryVMr Paynter cccapied a seat on a sofa in the rear and was an attentive listner to the reader ing of his certificate of election by the clerkVSenator Blackburns face was astudy during the little bit Sen atoral formality He gazed ab stiactedly at the ceiling and ap par ntty failed to hear the words that sounded the knell of his political career HH was dressed in a brownish suck suit of fashionable cui and a bnLht red scarf gave him almobt a jaunty iair Blackburn dies etmeVWUIt the comment off sqme of his colleagues HH will be missed at the Capitol he has been a picture que1flgure at either OrJO end vof the building or she othjrr for a gnerationVMr Blackburn will be sixty nine years of age wh ri he bids adieu to the Senate next March Judge Paynter has now ben in Washington several days and has been given the privilpges ot both floors of Congress Hfe is entitled to the privileges of the floor of the house by virtflre of laying served in that branch Of the lawmaking body several terms1 He is watching closely thb proceedipgs of the enatej and has already been preser ted t nearly all the incn who wear ttie togaVft It is comonly remirkedthat he looks more like Secretary Taft than any national character though he is a little taller and is not so amplitudinous in the akirigV VFarm ForSalV 250 acres weU located 60 acres creek bottom 30 acres in timber 125 acres in grass land a1l1ayswel good dwelling with 7 rooms good tenant house two barns 40 by GO both new three never failing w Us Vhs plac is subject tq division would make two nice places Conven ient to Church school and tail oad station PriceV 5400 terms easy For further par ticularsj call on- MCELROY WHARTON i I I V L iv IW r We Extend to You at MOST CORDIAL INYTATION J To Visit us We assure you we will save you money We Have too many goods and jn order to cut our stock down we will for the tpb tLnext 30 days offer special inducements in every department f r ki Special in Dress Goods 50 inch Serges worth 1 for 75c 7 42 inch Serges worth 90c for 65c 38 inch Serges worth 75c for 50c All of the above Serges in Black and Serges ft 38 inch Plain Plaid and Checks worth 75c for 50c 38 Novelties worth SOc for 37 l2c 33 Novelties worth 30c for 19c i30 Henly Surges worth 25c for 18cV 30 LuxoriaJ for 50c J 30Ie Suasett for 25c you and t iin t t rJ jL Commissioners Sale F E Kuhn Trustee c Piffs vs K Wall et al Dfts By virtueuf a Judgment and prder of gale of the Washington Circuit Cqurtendered at the October term thereOf 100G in the above style cause for the sum of 37250 with interest Tit the rate of tii per cenikm per annum from the 1st day of September JD05 and the furtheJ sum with interest from September 21 1005 until paidIshall proceed tp offer for sale at the Court Hous door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY DECEMBER 24 190C at 2 oclock pm dr thereabout being county court day to the highest anti best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six months the following described property towit or sum dent thereof to produce the sums money so ordered to be made ofI The life estate of John K Wall the land hereinafter described InI oirerinuf the land the will call for bids for the new building erected by John K Vall near the Lebanon and Springfield turnpike the purchaser to pay the claims and take the said dwelling with an amount of land adjacent thereto the bidder to be the one who will pay the claims and take the least amount of to be sold lies in Washington county Ky about 2i or 254 miles from Springfield on the Lebanon and Springfield turnpike and is known as the Palmer Farm containing about OIU acres being the same now occupied by John K Wall ana devised to him under the will of Katherine A Wall deceased If less than the whole be sold the number of acres purchased to be laid off toi the pur chaser after confirmation of sale adjoining the Lebanon and Springfield turnpike L nhun Lumber Co debt and interest debt and inturest rii55 Estimated COStV 5000 rotalV 5838 purI dateof sale until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bid ders will beV required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEAGHMAN VM C W p a- Im Bfltj For twenty years V L Rawls c of Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh Rewrites The swell ins and soreness inside my nose was fearful till I began ap plying Bufclenjs Arnica Saive to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to return Best sae in existence 25c at G J Haydtns drug store Specials on Clothing Mens Suits 15 worth 20 i Men s Suits 1250 worth 17 50L f1 Mens Suits 11 worth 15 J Mens Suits 9 worth 1250 4 J S Mens Suits 7 50 worth 10 i l IMens Suits 5 worth 750 Mens Ovdrcoats 57 50 10 ahd S12OwOlthSS 1250 15 13 Hart Shafner Marx and Rosenwold Weils Suits and Overcoats included in the aboVe Youths Perfection Suits tl6 worth 15 Youths Perfection Suits 850 worth 12 if Youths Pertfction11 Suits 750 worth 10 1 Youths Suits 5 worth 750V Childs knee pant Suits 150 2 250 up to 6 worth one third more Holiday Goods We will show a beau iful line of Holiday Goois consisting of Fine Wool Blankets Pine Rugs Fine Lap Robes Fur Gloves Fine Suspenders Ladies and Gents Ifeckwear Silk Handker Chiefs Silk Mufflers Elegant Umbrellas etc etc Special Prices to Cash Buyers to the Jii John Commissioner highest 840232- GoodFus Dpgs All Drown Paducah Ky Leaving the carcasses of his three horses and to be alive himself George H Robertson ice dealer 501 Worth Third utreet today returned today from the wilds of southern Arkansas where he has been On a hunt Nearly two months ago Rob er son loaded his camp equipage on a stdamer at Padurah and left furtlie hunting grounds happy at the prospect port When thoboat JI the Mississippi at the mouth of White river Rob rtson journeyed back into the wilnerness for 60 miles and near fifty miles from the nearest railroad In ihIej midst of the bunt rains that Hooded the entire f country Robertson camp pitched on alerrace above th swamp but in a few days it was by water As tb rain fell heavier and heavier and the creeks and rivers broader the little bands of huti lets constructed rude crafts and luckily had enough boards nails to make one large enough re hold tthem and a few pro risios I A man with a sprained ankle wi USQ a crttch rest the ankle and let get well A man or woman with ai overturned stomrch must have rest just tbe same It can be rested too without starvation Kodol erform the dicRStlve work of the tired stoml I ach and corrects the digestive appra tus Kodol fully conforms to the pro vcsionsof the National Pure 1ood1 and Drug Laws Recommended and Sold by Red Cross Dqutf Store Tobacco High r I Prices en tobacco again soaredI high Friday morning at the Lex ington loose tobacco warehouse and as a results high grade to bacco rpached the torj notch of S15 50 a hundred at the Stivers and Hawkins sale Not in a long tme h stbe market been so trong in and around Fayette VVJ cuonty and the great compe tion among the four or five diff erent firms who have represen tatives at the daily sales give basis to the prediction that be lore the end of another week the gro vers Will see the best grade of the weed selling at17 01 hundred pounds The bidding Friday morning was spirited and strong suppbrt was given by the American Tobacco Company and other companies Those present were the same as have been attending all the sales during the last week and all the sales during tne last week and all showed their anxiety to buy Mconshi ers Caught 4 Iu S Detective Parrotfj cpme here this morning with Joe Liri yule and wife Mrs Btherton Messrs GeO Ckaggs Will Thompson Moso Akin and Will- Ie Etherton After reaching here they found Lewis Gaddie a negro man that was wanted They were all carried to L ba- leno1 where they will have a hear ing beforo Commissioner Bold rick They were Idby a llarge number of witnesses All of the parties reside in Bald Hollow LaRue county near Malt Ppstoffice New Haven Echo Will AidThe Farmers 1SOn Wednesday Congrilss passed a bill of considerable importance to thp national banks and the farmers cif the country The bill amends the national bank iJ1gac so as to permit national tanks to make loans on real es tate which they are now prohibited from doing Howeyer it specifies that the realty shall be restricted solely to farm lands and that such loans shall nt run morethan a year andn the aggregate shall not exceed 25 cent of the capital of a bank There was considerable opposi don to this radical departure from the existing law but the argument that carried the day QJfl 1 f and Eurf g d Women BJack50 inch Cloaks 12 worthi6 J t i Womeii s Black BO inch Cloaks 9 worth 1250 Wcmens Castor 50juncb Cloaks S9 worh 121i0 Womens Castor 46 inch Cloaks 7 worth 10 Womens Black and Colored 46 iinch CLoaksSS worth 7 pO- tMisses and Childrens Cloaks propbrtiOnably low We are badly overstocked in Furs will sell thdm 4 regardless of cost both neck pieces and Snuffs j O It l 8000 Are too much for this season of year We have them and this stock must be cut by January 1 1907 Come and tee us wewill make 5prices to suit you s f s Special Prices in Lace Curt lins kj Bonne FethieJtceCurtains 260 worth 51 S K B nne Femme Lace Curtains Loo worth 150Si JNottingham Lace Curtains 4oo Worth lop ivNottingham Lace Curtains 3oq worth 4PQh Nottingham Lace Curtains 22i5worth1oo rNottingham Lace Curtains 175 worth 256 Vr J Carets Rugs and i4 a Paper i7i Axmioiste Carpets 9oc worth 125 f Velvet Carpets JSTjc wjoVth lS4 I Ii Tapestry Carpetsh 4 Tapestry Carpetsf i tI Ingrain Ingrain Carpets Carpets 1 45c worth 60c i Sanitory Extra Super Carpets 5c 1I S IIIJf9x12 Axminister Rugs f 1950 o rthI9x12 r Tapestry Brussell Rugs SUOQ worth 20 iv = 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs llpo worth 15 l We will give onethird off on our entire stock of WaUJgapferv i 94 We thank for your past wish merit your confidence future It I Cunningham 8 i purI Tennessee ideurrent oreasOnOfj beganI surrounded accompanied Special C1oaitI PairsShoes iBonnete111me U9worthl5i1J patronage Dunqan was that he farmer would ce materially benefited while hare vesting his crops Headof Organization j I Indianapolis IndOn first meeting him one would not suspect that JA Everitt waiJ the head of the great organization which has big trusts 6n tha run Most notable has been the fight on the tobacco trust which has recognized the power of Everitts organization br ad vancing the price pf leaf tobacco frym seyen and eight cents to twelve and fifcen dents la pound Downin the tobacco rowing districts of Southern Ohio and Kentucky Everitt is hailed as a giant iri his ability to grapple with the trusts H ra at Ms bone he is regarded as 0 mild mannered business man and quits a hpnab bodytJ in a domestic sense thoroughly has Ereritt ISo sentiment that the in evitable hot hearts have taken advantage of the excitement to Use the torch Tobacco ware beenIkit sville Ky It is charged that members of Everittsorfiz iz3tionare The S uteI tryj11npjlicies t 1 OftEquityOft President Everitt cIf we knew who the mn were who were guilty we would as quickly turn1- LhemCvertdt justice as we would any other malefactor We nnr not possibly be benifited by such I methods cpnservatie are fighting the tc trust with trust weapons comJrjI j r nation The tobacco trust can not do without tobacco and theIj tobacco growers of Kentucky will nob sell except for the pricet whice they haye determined V11JJ siye them a aiioqtsfor prc 4 tl dluctionV i F 1 wj m jgjfj rf I 7 1 4jNice Compliment il t Mr J W Sall e who has been the efficient cashier of the Mackville Bank f rseveral years 1 t has accepted a similar position intbe bank at Burnside Xi He will take up his new duties 1f1 as soon after the first of January iykashfs place can be supplied ai t Mackville It is quite afcompli caent to Mr SalleeVabjlfty that beside the position he accepted cashierahipiOf tthe bank atMQ Kinney WJs tendered him as was alsoa reappointtaeni tp his t present position Mr Salleec excellent family will go to Burn sidein tha swing to make their future home HawosbuHer aid i WIll ThiiuGdriu 7 t t i ttftlW B Mosj Lancasier has rt fJ had patented a device which will lnot only bring him good reward 1 but will prove a great hIp to j rthe farmer Itjs a 4leYice for thining cern and Has proven ji j t success beyond al bubt It r d t consistSlboripper or tongs JLwhitjh by a device operated by one hand grasps thesialc tO be i rmoved and palls it ppt with ii out interfering in the1eatwitht- he ifstork to be left Tnt test J feuture IS the oEerator does rot 449 have to stoop butses th tfrp d 1- plement with much Morn eae i i than he can a corn jobber Mri Moss vtIl soon have the tmpleor nents attached to a machine bYx l which the operator can ridciand 4i thin several ouoat onellmeL fiHehasi vice forborne tiMe and he iis painfully awarfe of the serious ness of the farm labOr question The patent office at Wahingfon s i readily accepted hip deviqeaJand he is now in correspo ence with j several large manujactiaws lln r regard to placing it dialer mariketrHarfro4sbur Herald FQK SALE = Tinotoughbred row nL ghoriit Cockerels it 5C centae ht J r Ti r H a IIID YEARSI f 0 GARRET Vil i M SMpCfei tf ICttf tCfPCT Fs1sIsm IirdU Iieik yI FY5B o IE IN JAPAN 1 OriyTw PMMBS KMW She WasStiH 4 ta Hawaii UriN tftr Makers 4aDathIcMdtM r tiMe e Lickk 1 A story tragic In its mystery came to light recently at Honolulu when Mrs 1vp FfcraK Crowell a part white and pari Hawaiian woman was taken into custody on suspicion of being a leper- There are details of her experience that L exceed anything even imagined in realms of fiction thoI The woman is a natural daughter tefen A Cummins who was minister 1 of foreign affairs under the late King Kalakaua Her mother was a native r nromannamedHattle Hiram In 1900 byounger woman was married to C Co Crowell a native resident of the Is jlands By him she had a daughter who is now about five years of age Shortly after her marriage the woman b was arrested on suspicion of having leprosy She left Honolulu In 1900 for Japan to avoid the leper settlement andre malned some months but failure of money caused ber to return secretly to Honolulu She went to her moth rs house and from that time until the sudden death of Raffle Hiram only two persons besides the mother knew s i that the young woman was in the is lands alive f ylrs Crowell was hidden in the house beTongIng to Mrs Hiram A bed was 1placed in the garret and a closet was ft Tsecretly built Into the wall behind a large clothes wardrobe to serve as a place for hiding in event of any per I t sons not in the secret visiting the premises Mrs Crowell had the free dom of the house Her little daughter t Ylved with her too but the child did not knoF the Identity of the strange Ionian who daily sat at meals with 4 t the family and who every night ex 1cept when some visitors drove the fu gitive into one of her hiding places lulled the little one to sleep This condition of affairs prevailed until the night of Nov 0 1905 That evening Mrs Crowell heard loud talkI SPEECITLESS WITH ASTONISHMENT ing on the veranda The talking wase between her mother and Solomon Hi ram a brother to Hattie Suddenly as the fugitive was standing inrthe dark ncR3 of the room she says she heard the sound of a body tailing then she 0saw her uncle bearing the apparently lifeless form of her mother Into the room Hurrying forth the younger woman beathlessly demanded to see fSpeechlessJ f astonishment and fright Hiram dropped the form on a sofaS He had supposed as did ractI jcally every other relative and friend that tile young woman was in far dis I tant Japan Hiram then ruthlessly forged the young woman away from her mother wifio was dying presume bly of apoplexy Into hiding while HI ram went for assistance The mother nejcr regained consciousness and was burled from that house but her leprous daughter was not present at the fu wi1 aneral She was In hiding in the secret Closet In the house for she feared to go out into the midst of the mourners to the side of her mothers bier From the time of her mothers death until the early part of October the Ut- eJy4tt af The unfortunate woman was one of misery hiding from place to place be f Lag hurried into the remote sections of ECnnolntu 4 bin rten nrJnt r A LZ1TZx cttb IIt your sptoms wl III you Free Advice pius eweIope Lanes The Co w 4 rtakenhealth officials and Is now being watch ed as a leper suspect The estate of tile womans mother amounts to about and various charjtes have been made that persons are trying to secure control of the wo man with vtew iff getting hold of hrpcrtT TIEDTO MGHINE FLEE WITH IT I KfflTMs Escape From New Jersey Con stable as He Dines and 4t Smokes His Pipe Two negro men wltlTa sewing ma cliine tied to their legs recently disap peared from North Arlington N J F W Relpe Is the whole police force of the village Somebody told him there were two mon In the woods shooting song bfrdsu He tramped In pursuit for several hours through marsh and brambles Then au Idea struck him and be hustled for the Belleville bridge where he stood guard and captured the poachers on their way home to Newark with their bag of dead song birds It was long way to the Jail at Klngsland and Relpe was hungry So he decided to take his prisoners home and get his supper He tied them by the legs to the sewing machine In the sitting roomrGoing into the adjoining room Rclpc ate his meal lIn contentment then tilted THE SAID THEY WEUE PAlING AN ELEO nON BET back his chair and smoked his pipe and read the evening paper 4 At last much refreshed andIn the best of humor Reipe went Into the other room to untie his prisoners Theyre gone and the sewing machine too he yelled pushing out of flte house t He ran at top speed to the river bridge There he found nina coming home from work who said he had met two negroes limping along with sew tag machine tied to their legs The man said he had noticed the fellows were handcuffed together but they told him they were paying an elect on bet so he went his way Relpe scoured the country ttll latq at night He says he will make the village pay foe the maf chine if he doesnt find it LIT HER OWN FUNERAL Womas Maniac Planned Self Immola tlolItfb Save Her Spa From Hell Possessed by the idea that eternal damnation for her dead son and herself was to be warded oil only by self Immolation Mrs Stella Bowman of 91I North Carolina avenue Chicago kin dIed a sacrificial fire In her home by saturating n bed with kerosene lying on it and applying a lighted match to It Sbewas dragged uninjured from the bed by firemen who responded ta call from neighbors who had been attracted by the maniacal Outcries of the woman uttered as she prepared the sacrifice In her right hand were clasped bills amounting to 50 the savings of herself and her husband The fire wasput out with slight darn ageAt the police station she explained that heir son died lastJIarch and that in dream iqhttd been revealed to her that he was suffering eternal torment and that to save him and herself from punishment after death she must make oC herself burnt offering My little Peter has never been saved and saw Jesus spit him out hli1sheaway from him In his last hours and I must suffer punishment She related how she had taken the Bibld from tjhe table at his bedside in order to serve his meals and had fort eotten to return It to him f r 1 MONTHLY MISERY r f is pne of womans worst afflrcfaois J It always leaves 1dycktI weaker and is shorten your life and make your beauty fade To stop pain take Wine of Cardui and Jll it will hIp to relieve your misery regulate your function make you well beautiful and strong It is a rer l1liable remedy for dragging down pain backache headache nervousness irritability sleeplessness dizziness t i fainting spells and similar A safe and efficient tJ i i f medIcIne for all pains and sickness Ff Mrs J L Broadhead of Clanton Ala writes eelI have k used ei dui for my disease whichwane peculiar to- WQl1el and it has completely curedme t JI AT AlDRUG STORES IN 100 BOTTLES J aS d Mw Ciattanoo- gac tt1aOOP Tenn a THEY a a a PYRE a a a i slireto troubles womens WINE OF CARD UI r 17 WASHINGTON LETTER tSpecIal rrspondencej Eretty nearly everybody 4s Interest eel mvthe capitOl and whatJs done each year to make it more comfortable to the peoples candidate be tie from New frk of Bingville This year the an anal cleaning of the building has been In progress for several montbs practi Callyall through the recess and ev erything put In readiness for the gath ering of the political clans In December And cleaning painting repairing and Improving a building the size of the capltol Ism mighty big anhtinl job Capital Spiel and Span This year the plumbing throughout the building was overhauled and much modern plumbing installed Every thing hi the heating and ventilating dth partrnents has been put In thorough repair In the senate pastoflice and tho house folding room new steel equip ment has been ppt In Several new chandeliers have been installed luthe committee rooms mid Jn the house pressroom The kitchens in the senate and house restaurants have been over hauled and reconstructed several artl tidal stone floors have replaced wooden affairs in committee rooms and an In conceivable amount of repair work of various kinds has been done about the whole big structure from cellar to dome Committee Uooma Refurbishedl Over on the senate RIde the public buildings and grounds and Immigration Committee rooms have seen painted decorated and refurnished and the same thing has been done to the rail ways and canals military affairs riv ers and harbors and labor committee rooms and the sergeant at arms office and postoffice 6n the house side In other committee rooms and corridors thepuint has been reneWedr the senate and house chambers have boon painted where needed and the supreme ourt room vas painted throughout oil sup planting most of the calcimine work Clirjrantlicniun8 In Variety At the annual orysaiitheiuurn show at the propagating gardens many beau tiful specimens of ihs autumn flpwcr were seen The collection on exhibition this ytfar contained 109 varieties sl of which are practically n6w The ll1o beautiful on exhibition was the Beatrice 3tay ri blossom of unusual size the petals close together nOd beau tiful In whiteness Another was the Morton P Plant which was grown in New York It Is ndeep pink very large and with loose petals TJie La Gjraiide Precoce Is a product of Spain and Is large and of a 1e1utiCul old gold hup Another bios som at the exhibition is one which while originally yellow becomes a deep bronze There were also specimens of buff chrysanthemums One of the most Striking plants was oe the petals of which are of the most brilliant crimson on the nslde and of the deepest gold t n the outside The darkest flower of the exhibit wasthe Black Hawk which is of so Jl cpn crimson that It looks almost black There was also n otriped variety In crimson and gold New Freneli EmTjasnj The building sit upon which the new French embassy Is tobe erected Is lo cated on the south side of S street between Twentysecond and Twentythird streets northwest and extends to De fcatur place It was purchased several years ago by the French government arid later plans for the embassy build tug were prepared by the government architect at Paris For a time It was rumored that the French government would not build upon the site and that It was awaiting a favorable opportUnt ty to dispose of the property but the announcement of the appropriation of toito ttlMy the apprehensions of some tbat the proposed embassy building would lot be erected upon the site Pulpit From Canterbury Most Rev Ilahdall Thomas David lion archbishop of Canterbury will commemorate his visit to this city two years ago by presenting to the pro posed Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul here an ambou or pulpit made rom some of the oldest stones In the Canterbury cathedral rInd sculptured by William K Carce architect in rharge of the cathedral During the iVnt repairs made on the cathedral Uvi archbishop carefully gathered the toes The ambon will be given In memory of the Christian martyr Stephen Langton once archbishop of Can terbury IXc Poatottlec For District If the plans of the otIclalsot the postollice department do not miscarry and tub cooperation of congress can be secured Washington will bn provid ed wltu a model postpfllce service A bill will be introduced In congress to purchase a site for a new postofllce building adjacent to the new union sta Lion It the bill Is approved the of flclals say that It would menu the siiv Ing of an enormous sum ormoney and a great amount of time now devoted to hauling malls to ami from the post office AXew Dead Letter Itccord The report of the dead letter office or October shews that the number of adellvered letters returned to senders that mouth exceeded all former monthly records being 2S2GG1 nxfllnst 187787 the preceding month and 150 Ui3In the corresponding month Inkt rear The total number of pieces of un claimed mutter received in the division ilurlng October was 3jh9S7zts com Jd with 024804 October of last yCur The amount urinouey found In dead letters also sVoivs a considerable luirease being SCKUHS fn GS23 let ters against 1030 In 3316 letters In October 1005 7 CAUL SCHOFIELD Krldc Weighs aCT Poandn J II Fritz of Chlwell Pa and Miss Mary M Chltwood of Oakwood whosome time ago taught school In Gallagher township were recently united In marring at the united Evan pelical parsonage at Lock haven The bride tips the scale at 3G7 ppunds though she Is short In stature Her husband weighs 120 pounds f PoorbonHc but No Pauper The only occupants of Clark count S D poorhouse sinre It wits erected several years ago at a cost of many thousands of dollars iWO Ivxm the at tendants and cmployets who bore had nothing more laborious fb do thnu sec that the place Is kept in dFder and 3raw their salaries for Clark county never has bad any paupers Sore TJiront Gargle 1 A sore throat should never be neg leoted especially In the time of ept tsinlcs A cleansing gargle is made by T olvlng a heaped saltspoonful l of sr1- zr4 carbonate of soda tnlxatl la equali quantities In half o tumblerful of water PEOPLE OF THE DAY Guffecakelm of Colorado Simon Guggenheim a Republican who is slated for the UnltediStates a ate from Colorado to succeed Thomas M Patterson a Democrat is one of seven brothers known asM Guggen helms Sons They dominate the smelt Ing business of the country and practi cally control its silver output and a considerable portion of the copper production They own the Guggenheim Exploration ompany which has devel immense mining properties inloped co and the far west and which has a vast enterprise now under way for making the mineral wealth of Alaska accessible Simon Guggenheim has been the western representative of the family SIMON GUGGENHEIM for nearly a dozen years He has a knowledge of the smelting business anti Is regarded as one of the ablest mining experts in the country The prospective senator is next to the youngest of the seven brothers He was born in Philadelphia Dec 29 1SC7 lIe was educated In the public schools of Philadelphia and graduated from Its high school and wai then sent abroad by his father to pick tip a knowledge of foreign languages and the business methods of different European countries Mr Guggenheim reads writes find speaks fluently French Spanish and German Adds One More Seaaon Alfred llLoe of Philadelphia whose splendid services to the cause of peace have been again acclaimed by his reelection to the universal peace union said at Mystic Conn at the end of the unions meetings according to the Minneapolis Journal After we have abolished war our nextduty will be the abolition of foot ball More and more amazing each year becomes the fame of this dangerous sport It is a mania I was talking to some children the other day Children 1 said how many seasons are there Four the children answered Correct And what season I ask ed Is this one chll1drenMrs Reginald De ioven said ota certain piece of cruelty It reminds me of the a tlon of a Chicago girl ii Why have you thrown over Mr Smith a friend said to this girl re roachfiilly t40h she replied I could never hiarryfa man with a crooked legr i What made his leg crooked t If u I Van overIt with my motor car high Post For Drovrnion Rear Admiral Wlliard II Brownson who recently took command of the American liuyal forces In the east will It Is understood sooii be recalled to be cllef of the bureau of navigation to succeed Rear Admiral Converse In the usual course Admiral Brown son would be placed on the retired list next year on account of age but In view tf the fact that he Is In perfect physical condition and at the helgbt of WfLLABD U DBOWXSON his powers mentally It is understood that he will be continued at the head ot the navigation bureau at leastj dur ing the present administration Admiral Brownson is n uatue of Lyons X Y and was graduated rfrom the Naval academy in 1805 lIelIi ono of the ixist known ofllccrs In the navy ind has held many posts of responsi bility Including that of superintendent of the United States Naval academy He first won distinction during the Brazilian Insurrection of 1S93 when In onininntl of the cruiser Detroit In the jarbor of Rio de Janeiro The insurrec tionist navy refused to allow Amen wu Inerchantmen to discharge their whereupon Brownson cleared ir ihip for action flier was no fight tat the Yankees unloaded their vcssela Clcan Inpr Oilcloth Oilclbth should never be scrubbed If this course be followed the paint will quickly be worn off It should first be carefully swept with a soft rush to remove all the dust and flux iiid then wiped with a largo soft cloth wrung out in tepid not hot water If It Is very dirty it may be necessary to use a little soft soap but this should be dpiie rarely and on po account must soda ba used When It Is dry wipe over with a cloth or sponge dip ped In skim milk which will brighten and preserve the colors and give It a polish AfteV sponging with the milk dry with a cloth CCollectand shred thorn in small pieces TIeI these In a piece of calico tightly and dip Into boiling water for two minutes Then place In cold water for a few seconds and knead the soap until It forms a soft ball when it should be placed aside to cool In about an hour take the calico off ami the soap will be ready for use and will be found ad mirable for washing delicate lace and cblff on J It- i J ww I iIt 1 I ij BD LAKE Real Estate Dealer nj f and Insurance Agent l The attention of farmers tobacco growers stock raisers andl investors f is being directed to WASHINGTON OUNT FARMS for several reasons v t THEIR CHEAPNESS Washington county farmS have always sold low in comparison with those oC surrbundinpr counties This factthe public is gradually realizing and IhereMs a steady buying demand and a consequent advance in yalues Instances are by no means rard of farms in this county doubling in value during t the past fiveyearsIACCESSIBILITY The excellent turnpike roads throughoutth county which lead to the various stations along the Louisville Nashville ailroad afford tbj farmers of the county easy facilities for Shipping their produce and their liver stock to the markets and there is hardly a point in the county that is not within easy access of a ail road station or a good store If a to I a to II i I have a list of I will arid will take in at an a x a v v x c Ii E l i 1J71If Gilt Fnrnitnrc Clean gilt with sifted whit- Ing made into a cream with alcohol Cover a small piece at n time and rub ort before It hardens If n spot sticks touch It lightly with clear alcohol If there Is much dirt or deep tarnish wash quickly with borax soapsuds I wipe dry then cover all over with the wet whiting and let It dry Brush It off with a stUff brush and polish afterward with a soft leather To Clean nianketiu Flannel blanket1 may successfully cleansed by using lx rax nUll soft soap Put two of borax anti a pint of soft soap Into cold water enough to cover the blankets When the borax and soap have become ells solved put In the blankets and let them stand overnight The next day rub them out rlnse them In two waters and hang them to dry Xever wring them rA Convrsilcnt IledMtcail A wide awake tdinan oC Massachu setts has deslgiletl a bed that can be- lncreasedcor decreased In length to fit Time change Is very east ly accomplished The side rails of the bed are made in two sections one tit IIInD TO anT AY LHKOTII ting into the other and hold together by plus Inserted In aper tures In each A bed such as this should last n lifetime If properly cared for Guests of different sizes could be readily cared for Urvlletl Client nn In Put one pound of large shelled chest nuts Into a saucepan of salted water and parboil Drain plunge into told Water thtfii rtinove time aKIns Dry between towels then lUll Into frying pan wIth n little olive oil or butter and toss und shake over the tire until a gold color Sprinkle with salt mixed with Tt little cayenne anti serve hot or cold1 Glnllll Pollshev Place pulverized pumice stone between layers of a folded nHjce of soft hnisllh and stitch nrouid tha edge to keep the spilling Wipe bmp chimneys or window panes wth this dry cloth and they wills be elena and spending almost Instantly Enough powder will remain In the cloth to be used nary times rolishing Floors Polished floors should be rubbed with a mixture of onethird l iaw linseed oil undo two thirds paraffin Use It spar bigly jor tinS polishing afterward with a dry cloth will bp a long business A floor ot this kind should always bo dusted first with a sllgbtlydamp cloth und afterward rubbed with a dry one To Clean Sealskin A mixture of four parts of alcohol cue part household ammonia will clenil ecnlskln For a dry cleaner sift powdered fullers earth tthickly Into the heart of the fur leave ItJfpavfor three days end brush out The alcohol mix trire Is preferable as belngless trouble yfiom amr Quicker The A One Armed Golfer Willie Dickinson of Lake Forest Ill can give golf players of considerable skill a good contest although he lost his right arm luft railroad accident three years ago Dickinson Is the son of the locker room manager ot the Onwentsla club and was the second caddy by time club when It was founded twelve years ago He attained cO sid I DICKINSON Oil AEITBD OOLFE- Berable skill 1hon carrying clubs and that this has not him r rIKhowu by the fact that he now drives a ball 200 yards using only lila loft nnni although he Is naturally right handed Die inson with Is years old is proprietor of a ctpre and bowll lug ulleysflu Lake Forest Xctl Ten Eyok to Coacl tw news from authoritative Houruiv Nod l Ten Eyck be notified l plied for tUii position lust summer It Is MId thq position ya easily lila Ten tefentcd tthe cracks of tlm world before nttaiiiiug hlslmajority- i reuign as conch of Philadelphia biirgc crew which position Iw now fillsV If Ned Ten Rycl goes to Wiaeauain it will be a ease of soi aRuinst father when tho Badgers meat Syracuse each successful vith college crows as his fntHt r the nlaternera will make tthe eastern elfeht lobk to tfaelr laurels Two aiorc TerrlJileu Comlnpr- lilt report that two Albanians both big anti powerful are training on time that aiivl within a short time will wrestle the best men In England Antonio Plerrl tnt well kuowl1 inan agcr of wiestlors brought these two men from Albania One Is named Hus selii Mahmout and the other Leonldas Kosstantln Plerrl say v he will go aft er nil the host wrestlers In America and then try to get a match with IJackeuschmldt for the better milan of Ids iwo Bofore they come to Amer ica they will visit Scotland r at Panama Baseball will be played on the Isth w u j I iiiJh J THEIR FERTILITY There are few of the country that produces a great variety of piofitUble crop and more than does cou ty It has becomeone of the foremost producers of Burley tobacco it being no uncommon ttting to nave land that has been bought for SilO per acre tt gro a tot bacco which will realize for the owner 100 per tcrein one season Corn wheat oatand other small grains grow in abundance and it is the natural home of the Blue giass clover aud other grasses which grow and afford abundant for stock of all kinds a SCHOOLS ETC i In selecting a home one oZ the first tof a man of family is the queSiqn of churches schools and congenial associat s for the members of his family Washing ton county is well provided with churchesof hEn public free schools are of thTbest and her people a ebf a high sOcial standard 1 You Have Farm rWiIJ Find You Buyer If You Want Buy Have Some Good Bargains toihowr Farms which gladly furnish anyone showing property time to anyone desiring location s Correspondence Solicited W BiD TI711EwThe Real Estate Man SPRINGFIELD KY I furiilture tablespoonfuls theoccaslon corresponding ppwdeifefrottT SPORTING WORLD employed doaerteil 104thetwentyone Wlsqonnln- AccTrUIng QfIuquntcs Eyck undefeut1I atItliejdaily rniscbal1 sections abundantly Washington pasturqjge SOCIETY considerations denominations Sell pleasure irtilhg to a lletter recclvea rrtri ioat pountrj by Howard Murphy the Louis ville outfielder whose home Is In 31emI phis Murphy has received n conrrjact which he has signed and returned agreeing to report at Colon on the At lantic side pf thecahal zone Tor base ball duty by December The season will commence shortly afterward and continue till February All expenses and u reasonable snlaryj are the inducements offered Murphy and other southern baseball players who may join Murphy r Gallagher Challenges Bcell Dennis Gallaghervho claims the ti tie of champion mixed style wrestler of the world has Issued a challenge to any nina In the world In the different styles of wrestling He Is partlqular ly anxious to be matched with Fred Beoll the Wisconsin star who recently t defeated Dan McLeod Gallagher says lIe Is superior to any man in the world I at catchascatchcan jlti jltsu Grcc Unman coUnt and elbow and side hold in harness styles He Is willihg he says to Wrestle fieniug Gotch Jon khis or Hackenschmidt for any stain up to lCCO llorfnm to CORCU Pcitnu Shot Putter Dennis llorgan the worjds cham Plea shot putter will be at the huh vpr lty of Pennsylvania tb assist Coach Mike Murphy In tha development oflthe red and blue shot putters Helsoriglnaly from Ireland but has been In New York the last to years He will be a big addition to Tenns- coachln stiiffi While he hasho offi connection with Panns athletic = tutors lie will aSIjftthe njen In many ways l flynn In Still Alive Tommy jiyaii says Jill will come out rctiremcut anti flght Joe Thom 1sU one of the Frisco club will hang up i iOXK purse Corn Fodder Saves tlay II Although com foddqr Is not consid ered a complete toad or equal to hay yet It cx n be ninth to materially assist i IrbIr ctraw and glvetho stock free ncfcess tOn It but there are better methods of Utilizing it fevery ounce of corn ledatier or straw that Is fed especially wheu prcporly prepared is a saving In liiiy i Some may object to feeding such i poor stuff on tho ground that It con tains but little nutrltlpn but It gfoiu or groirnd food be used In connection iwlth it the bulky food will answer fpr the pu irose of distension and4 also fur l nlsh more or less nutriment wAsilpng I as the animals do not dislike the fed t der and they giihVfleali one needrhavc fear In regard to feeding ft TIme manure too will be better than when the material is to be trampled 01 slowly rotted By passing such ma- ltcrlal through thbjinlmal the drgestlve l organs assist to reduce It nnd render It line and overjVfarmer knows that the Hnor the condition Off tbe manure thJbetter It IsFrrm Progress 1I310lall on a Ilorte Feed SclcntHic tests In subsfltutJn1n1h lawoa far oats mind other conjaj sUiJit ildngJrcsults there U magic lnthalassp8 With sirup tiontakeivou so U weight develops prbill thgoiisIyglossy coat and enjoys uninterrupted health For these animas therefore timoinases imandIn addition to the mapy desirablo re sults a nmiasses diet reducos time cost of htjrse maintenance 25 11er ccJtTblj conclusion that eminent aclalista have arrived at that uoofd molalses rrc1ucllIgdtct ftri many cSC It wlU restore ailing an- tuials to health w uua21H For Calf Scour Twelve milk fed calves affected cit JjIJnpart of the drug to 4000 parts Of the milk Eleven recovered without any additional treatment seven on the second r day after the use of the formalin was begun three on the third day and one on the ninth day Time other calf requirM ndditiOnal 1 treatment but finally recovered Three cases of scours jtn calves being Fed on grain and running at pasture jwere treated with formalin but the drug did not prove effective In thisJI t variety of the disease South Carolina g Experiment Station Bulletin 1Ls Worm im HoK The following makes gooil powder f tor hag affected with worms Copper 1II sulphate half a pound gantion rot half a pound licorice root half It pound WCll charcoal halt a pound f byposulphatc of soda Give n teaspoonful to each hog imce i nday or hiYerybn cases five graiaSof calomel should be given tiif etch an t plngnC jvery easy anti simple method of ml mlnlsteryjg the drug However as a lliiiI usual thing the anlmaS will take the 4 remedlea quite readily In tftejr being apparently unable toc1ct ilmsr C teedijj Getting nfd of Striped eetl j Remember this from ft gardener for next spring Last spring the strjpefl cucumber beetle attacked my cucumbers squashes and l by tho millions it seemed Instead 1l31 applying bono dust or tobacco dust this season applied driedl blood vrlta most excellent results The groqt Jqmoug time plants as well ns the ice3J of tlie plants was covered with the lstuff Ofcoiase the dose must be re i peated after a ltli think I shall ihereafter niaJcc use ojfit bpscS ono bug as tIme deep green tl 1giSot tthe iplants is ample evidence of its T5jlKQ I i5 a fertilizer f t t Clcinihj DaIryLitcnib For cleaning and sweetening wooden ensUs nothing is better fthau UOliri ground iuckHuie Scour out witJryilS nti occasionally have thQ utensils full il of life and water Soda im1d hot wa tecjnay be used for all the uenststti SCIEIfrfLIsj y- 1ftg utensils with warm watec and t hen scald with boiling water after ffpward 11The Lef1 kcep There Is ne fanrututerest that fenasilmore surelyl ta profit rtlian sheep tlands suited to grazing especially twhere weedS and ijushes Interfere it 1Jaddsi 1 g theni from a warm close tstI11 housiJ ttc to the cold atr t I f 1pICeilttk Colt OI8tr it TIme first y rottheqQ JlrIS very Impottnp Ltkerc pqc hiimtowing jJ m first yQ1rt d zbwlig tiicQt Becoftd year keep hIm gtwjwjag the ird year aui keep UJtn growing the r 1 fourth yearnnd initlic Bameyearviftj you are gong to put huh oi the market lie fifth yean tewl him tup aiad etI rtfat Fat covers a lotof defects l l with horses fc1 lti To Srt C01 IS ztam Cfee l 1 To set the rotor Hi cotton dreiwes that 1 v Pto ha waShed iisn1ve three gills of 1 wilt in four quarts of hot jrater nt the 11mattrlal In while tl e wat 1tthis list J d i rk ytJocokKiaieill Qt fd n wabtDL a 1 r T21cfifi JILJ BURTON 3K8IDENT DENTIT cTEETH EXTRACTED rI WITHOUT PAIN i 4ivxciBagn Block up stair J SPRINGFIELD KY 1I Dental Work Strictly Firstclass IiJ CMUDD Hijician and Surgeon wbifices over Haydon Drugstore f J 7 LllLamptonMiJI Office in Opera House 0 Of iTcc Phone o Residence o 33 W F GR1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW oj Office over Peoples Bank jJ SPRINGFIELD KY iJ B RoBARDS M W HYATT RoBARDS HYATT 4iPhysioiaus and Snrgeons TMJOfficej over McElroy Shultz r DRJIi HOPPERJ PHYSICIAN and SURGEON i PHONES Office Over Office 97 Hagans Grocery Residence 71 W RayicwPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON r Office over C W Hagans gro cery opposite Presbyterian church Phones Office 175 If Residence 172 J JOHN Y MAYE- Smm UIHKTOR AND LICENSED EM8AIMER I pTELEPHONE DAYH9 NIGHT 74 SPMFIELD KYt Rairoad Schedule Following is the time schedule flow in effeci on the BardstowD And Spjripgdeld brauch railroad f No 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 p m Bardstown JunctiOi Ir 502 pm Brdstown 552 pm 4arrives at bpringneldj 645 p m No 42Leaves Springfield at t 530 a m Bardstown 617 am Bards wn Junction 705 am irrives at Louisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 780 amv Bardttowo pnctitn 03ftajn Bardstown 1115 amiIwII arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a J 120 pm Btud town 230 pm Bardstown Junction 485 pm 4 arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves j Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 985 am No 91 Sundays only Leaves JJ uisville at 6 pm Barbatown Tution 650 pm Barth town I 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825prav 10 1Ubacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connfct ed directly or indirtctly with j4an otoer warehouse or ware iiouse company We conduct a Strictly Inde ff pendent Tobacco Waretrouse Commission Business and res pectfully solicit y our patronage CA BRIDGES Co Proprie tors Pick Tobacco Warehouse Lounib IN 408 mb FRESH BREAD f ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Daily Vv Always good always fresh We havjB a Baker who is apar list at making good things Six Loaves of Bread for 25c r Hertliens Confectionery THE lEXAS WONDER t v jCn res jail Kidrw Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by alt iujggists in two months tfment by mail fr 1 Dr EL Jr Hall 2926 Olive street StrXoms Send for Kentucky e3timoniaIs = RWTSHI1WIYCUM a KW IHHI Sladder RI1t- LL i TOffN II IW w co fiiS tftftfiS tvtttafr xrfrfrtf arcfrrfj CiiJ jro Local Happenings of Interest 2 The Freshest and Latest J AllAboutYourself Friends and Acquaintances l If A Shaders store is head quarters for Holiday goods and good thing for the Christmass dinner 50 lard cans for sale cheap at- C W Hagahs Fresh oysters dir FCt from Baltimore at T Jrvne McElroN s A nica line of CMristm s toys candies nuts fruits and cakes at J A Shiiders Sweet and sour pickles in bulk for saje at T Irhiei 0 itIroy s grocery i Christmas candie 0 angts bananas nuts etc at T Irvine McElroys Latest souvenir postals ot the town land county at the Red Cross Druu Store pall on Uncle Joe Shader for toys forthe children fresh candies Juts etc For the freshest md best as sortment of Christmas candts go to Hertleins conftc ionerv If you want a1nic b yket pf fruit know that we have it Ut W Hagan New eyaiporated pe prunes navy bans lima cheI hominy etc T Irvine McE oyJ A little girl arrived ar M r Rutledge Whartons Monday night Her name is ICatheriue M yes FOR SLEA full blooded Jersey milk cow with a calf four weeks old An excellent m lucr Dr S J Smo k A handsome souvenir wi t be given to each pUrchaserof a dollars worth ofgoods at Her- iensuntil after Saturday A large line of reaJyl framed pictures and picture frames r for he Holiday trade at E AVox tne pbotfigrapher FOR SALE A wood square piano ini good conditi n wil sell cheap for cash Apply Mrs Simpson Roberts tIJ Headquarters for fruits m tjS and candies of all kinds cheap r than evr b fore C W Hagan1 FOR SALEA golden oak war drobe in pprfectconditiot Mrs Robert Sutton t Walton Hotel 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 I at 15c C1 W Hagan All parties indebted to us will pleas call and settle at nncv lOur boois wil be aj tle old stand r McElroy ShuUz WANTED Three dozen dVss ed chickens per week for ihe next two weeks Highest roar ket prices for th m in order to get them nice o W Hagan t kD LakQ the real estate dealer sold last week ffur Mri Legora Janes his farm contain ing 128 acres to A B Baker at 18 per acre b Mr Isaac furry has bougt 01 Prot Geergie Colvin hit resi dence on East Main street for 3250 The sale was made though McElrov Wharton I Now is the time to sell your surplus hams Dont htfiVl tjhun for Xmas they are v rthjnjor now than then Bring them tu me cash if preferred C w Hagan fL Mr W S Y Goodlet soul a large lot of tobacco to the Am n can Tobacco Co here List wpek The lot included a crop grown oy James Hagan Tne price was ten cents WANTEDGentleman or lady to travel for Mercan ile Hous 6f larke capital Triior Hti home f or bjoad to buit If de sirable the tpmt may be used u headquarters Weekly1 salary of 1000 per year nd expenses Address Jos A Alexahd r Springfield Ky 517t Keep posted 6upply your self with something to read these long winter evenings bit ial iug at the News Leader office ana TOPICS I P t9cr crib 101 crnjbinatii Herald and NewsLeader buLb fc r one year 62 iiMrGLIItydoxihas sold hi mt rest m tnelinu of Jfttydun UtulKr to his partner J L Baf ber who wIlt continue the business alone Mr flaydon- wallgiveup city J1fenc liy his hand at f rmmg We callatentibn to the Sd vertieme of the public site totltefLLiinkuOsn as lltjR F McElroy place wtgwill be s Id by he heirs of fyVe late IL Y ilrElny b savMakes plac on Dc mb rIO Town Marshal John Jrace iis quite ill in Jis room at the Wa tn Hbtel He is suffering withI bronchi pneumonia and other complication s 4His con Jition isI considered serious by th atten oing physicians A lf4 etf nurse is in attendance and all po slblt attention it being giv U hlnif tIRev W P Wrtldbnwill p ouch his ass waspa tor of tiChilian church uoxi Sabbath W ile pastor hire Rev Valdon bs endeared himself to thor con trregaiion anulias r jpine PIIPU l1rwiba large circle of ac quaintances iutsideof his own church 1 is to be regretted that the clUch aiid conmnnity is to loose his services antl good influence iuHthe community Mrs Wi- message Booker received a last week announcing Ltedeitli at LttnthiseObo t hrl bra her Mr Tin mas Bat s i yrh was a civ engine of that i place Ovvng to the Wt ather I and 10 the strIief0lier own liealth Mrs Boole er Was unable t a tt dte funeral ssfr Mrs Mry Ragsd p has sold l her residence on JhL Muia Street o K S MJ tycs Jr for 8000 Mrs Hag t1Slle boo ght of ivl r Hay GS 75 taxes of lJinJ running t rough from ilm Jfick ville to tttf Perry v lie tarirt at7ft pnr aci e Mis Ra sd le also bougt o Ju se I B i Th rman s ii Hr Iio dJutl r 0 lttll Jckvl C TJ ud f5UO One f the bigg st tend dIIs us the couny tOOt jldte lilstI wek den MrRoor Hard n McEroy s tfdtoJIG L Hay dun his farni oiiti P rryvtne f road eontHmi 400 acresikt 77 tt Iter a afre Tim fairln isO of- the he t in jilie own ty slid is it YEll improved f Mr Haydon gis jtose ion Jaa 1st ftndx- sp cts to opeKi 0 it ptr bnttUj 4 rMr flames Nelson an old and rpspctod Ctizen lftberrxns n igiyb rQoddroJtarysudde Jy tll41lil G oetijhe j3 elfreNfarm wl ert he had be n tiiak ij Ms bo npfre d 6 as d as 76 yas of Mp and li d lr att i 11li Difflods- t l I 01 t tFOR XMAS t8- t8 tt At Summer Prices 3 tIt 0It g Charms M iiogcam Cuff g jg t ggtItt tt t ggt t t 1tt t ggt t tg Most upto date hobo d tg ggi t t ggt tw Sj a Handsome Lumps also g 8 Hull Lamps l3uart fut tg ggt t t t t t ggt t ig Chainslp t ItItvj mplet tiiJ of L btt tycu Ulass e er had fl IfEnN lB ussenlII r ii r 4iII l J R fr t THAN1 EVERI r IQ 1 I ffl5 i i 1 YOU WILL NEED THEM FJV Jv A 81J For the Girls GVi LittleGirls itwill soon c be very coldand lS then you awillneed a Cloak to c wear to- School c and every place you go ti N b ia 7 cMr than two nvUion children mnjoit of are twelve vears of ageLare to in 1 jj dismalj factories for Vt trft11 i laih hi nfl bare nee Theirs is life without laugnUr and pay life of its and l wtyile II ile t911 mereh the priviW V f tell and children Itardly have any of i1ccthat tliMV may njoylif winter month bring hem to usand we will se to it that leave here WARMLY and a blghV t OF GOODS 7S 7 F7 JI 4c 1 = e t k C i l i it c J tl jr farmer all of Ills life he fun took place yes erthsv after- Tpatno 2 oclock at church i t aI sterDrji C McChora will speak onOui 1t Dr WW tlyait nor e Doctors Tom Price Medicall Ethics Dr J IWakcfield A Doctoy ofIthe Od School Dr WT RllYtpast l Present and Futu p Dr Frank Hamilton hThe YJung Doctors Dr 1S J Sm ck Thimrs tb Eaand jit no doubt ho a mciial its ellliS a lClnnmiftl r t andMessre James McCluro E S Mayes Iiv hftvo purcbiis ndj of Wells their and business on MainI sir etand will take charge the lirstof Jnuniy and w41l con inc the buiness of implements gram anti coal dealers the firm nameof Maves r McUlure was a former owmrlin the business having sld out his interest 1outa raariigo to Mr C PWellls He and Mr Mayas are both gool business inrn and he firm should a stro Ig one The Mo r VnlI s ifie many fr ouds ng thiirbiJMn s ca e r in lcU1i riuttield fldit jaw be hoped tb will decide to remain in tt e ton Thu nual HVlidU entarUiin inentof iiC Liitirar Society Qf tliH Sprihjitieid Gradod i chool wnl UUc ptacu Ut ih Opera House on tomorrow Friday niiini Thecature of the pro grain wili be a debae in which six oqngmci n students wilt take purt The subject will be Ue Slveil that the of 1o eign tterrtory is not contrary jto Americtii inttitution and liberties Those 911 th Hflirtn aiVeSd are Leo bimms Ollie Barbor Waters while L Man Barber Knight Hand y and Walter C emt nts will take care of lire negative sic will be fur ished b themums be s of Miss Sue Ruys Mandolin laud Guitar class Notice to Creditors All persons having claims agaiiist the Estate of the late L H So y are hereby notified to pr sent same properly proven to meat m home at eavillc Ky ouor before Feb t 1907 Edgar fceay r 3t L H BysBoys Boys rNow is tile t me fOrOutoactI Xmas is t rrand VC pared for it with one of the nicest lines of box candies eser Ul tb city and prices In of you all Dun fail tcfcall aud m It st u noV ing to ooltf G Wflaan We have that very Cloak you wantS m e thing you can werr every day andstill iceljon day the next week you should if you are con Itemplatting buying a suit lookover our line of ready towearTailor H Made Suits for men and boys YOUunder dire labor long hour uvtpn 4jthey for your they with The RobertsomClaybrooke C1tjh oral fbaIbtnquet ill Bros store house under Cure prove will Seay reach FCNA Mit Molli No is visiting her sOn i1r1Hui Nue ril war loss is in Lex inisiton business Mli5s Katharine Gain wihsiend Uhrs mas witti friends in Louis yllic Ill E r ii OINOlh of vi ie tvilt a howe to spend 1104 week f Vallace Duncuiij ofSput Lyu S tlJcrus homu a short vhile is week I Ahofr Harxai4 t Spttlding isl ytveriii from Wn HtAack of pinuunul flli3 art RIcOle ltti ind tC W L lcJJeJair ur in LoiiiaVi letuday Miss Amandjii Sitcoi will sp tatter pirlticf iijtxt eek with Mr ici AVkiiams Mr James hurion of Grand Raipds iiicl ii5 opted honie to spend Ctinis mas- Mrs Lzzie Durro t has re tarnol I srorh Lexington ybere sh v bittdl her son Mfcrrio Miss Mabelrpnrrnpson has rf turnftd from a visit with fileidut issVeM Rroivn will spend ncjx week with Thsi rEthel Mc Mask ut B ouitield Mr H Casters on the life in surance man was in town tin first of the week 11 Mrs Fannie FL Meyer of Louisvilie is visitiog her niece Mrs P M artin Mi ses Lula and Idi Yourg 3 re pleasant guts of their sister in Louisville last week Mr and MrsoJJ Rog rs Gbre will spe d Christmas eek with relatives at Hodgen ille 1iss Flaget Simms who is at tending school at Nazareth will spend Christmas at home j Miss Margaret McChord will come home from Louis ille Sat urdny to spend the holidays Mrs John Tailor hoi retnrnc ed oFuior Ky afte several vs w Vsrlat Vs hre Mis D roth McEir y is veryj ill with Miss Annie Ji and will beout soon 1Mabelir Conners at town IMiss Bessie Settle of Louis vilie is at home to speno the holdajs with her parents at Maud t II Misses Francis Martin apdI Eunice 0 Nan are expect hote ChristllImaRev WC Clark of Louis E yule preached two Sandy to thV EXOTOIOIOIO W ChristmasfuI ec I ShoppingcoW Is made easy at our Store because t 1le4r6 tfewof the many things to pick from tLl1mpsFruit Bowls Nui Bowls IWJS Electric Pnrtablps Tanlcards IIBanquet Steins Hair Receivers 1 s Handle Sticks Pin Trays Cups und Saucers Chocolate Cups Plaques Simon Trays cMery Trays Cut Glass + Coffee Sets Chocolate Sets Noveltiesi + Vases Cracker Jars Pictures + Hat Pin HoidOS PuffBoxes Dinner Set tdMCream st SugarSets Olive Dishes Glassware + Dresser Trays Fern Dishes Art Goods + Fincy Plates and A Full Line of ing CandiesSINnts Raisin Dates Figs Grapes l being County Court it will be well to tle do as much shopping before then as possible + her + Si Hagan BroS t + I 444 414 And when- buying or looking re member that the brand High Art isa standing of perfection If you want a perfect fitting dressy upto date Suit for b sine srs or cajsian usI tI For the Boys We all kinJls of Overcoats and Suits made by the Climax house And no matter whatkfnd of weather it as we will be pleased to see you and show you our line of Boys ready made Suits i 1t Tlit rt r j jI D 0 K OW 1j American tha whom compelled by necessity robbed cliililtioodv school w If NOW FATHERS MORHERS these hardships watinCTjIr duriilgthe CLOJPfiBD QUALITY IjiiiPr t- b b tt1 Jlii Botheliem f Professjwi HnrdpnDr Exppriencer m acquisition sidoilu Administrat havepreI ci During i Louis coi b11l rJarrwlsburg- v w be uionth j pneumonia Fredericks sermonsI Presbvterian IM Oranges Monday i guarantee have Iii1iIi lJJtrdJ fJlJ J fJIIJIJtItI tl XMASI TIMES i r tto1fi I Naturally brings thoughts of the great T tl 4 est gift evgiven o theworldand ithe next beltis to Jewelry ASo come Sr f see the nice 3ifts I ha inand eBf J I carry a full line of = I Clocks Watches Cluiiicpobs l FI I ELockets andChathsi iZCuff Sets Toil Sets Brushes r Cuff Buttons JRmgs 1 L Iand a number of other articles that wouldimalte cr tj 2 your friends rejoice ENGRAVING RRpE Conic J and see me v w t re1 IJas J6rve1 e 4 l1 tq t t f Of t fI1 f fIJ f J BUCKEYE LUAFTO8ACCOWMElloIj5 rji J 717 East Wat r St Cincinnati Ohio 7H W A BRADFORD COr 7 7 J i 1 I A Bradford Tandy JujiIry iS 1INDEPENDENT Cf r r f L oes a strictly commission businessi InGrek of uairons vc ia V1 j lly guarded Three months fren torage iVie give to S ship ki pers 150 per hogshead for all tobacco coosigJ tts ai rfIqualize freight with Louisville We rdepecLtully sold t yoiiv usin Phone Main 2681 II tion in the iihteresVtoi evangelistic work in the State Miss Rodman Thurinan Wflj ave Saturday for Shelbyvilla spandChristma with he aunt rs H D Rodman Prof Stith Thompson will ave Saturday to sfjend the holidays with his parents aVId dianapolis Iud Juhn Shuck I McElroy anti Jack McChord came home trptn Danville Saturday to remain through Christmas vacation Hon CMcChordand M sv- cCihord will come home today from Loaisvule to rem tin until after the holidays v RobertIa es Morrie DorreU Lynn Bush who are attend school at Lexington wijill be I home the last of the week JOl Christmas j iIf Miss Alice McElroy who has been visiting relatives in Iowa past three months bastIturned home accompanied by uncifv1r James Blytbofo- ux Clty Rwai Mr BJthe remained arfejy days wt1i4ii sister Mrs R A McElroy FOJEr mADtAI f r ct1dsieitc t LetterLsti 5A i LiSt of letti rairinljhlied for in tle prinfieId tty ROwelc anidUg r35xnbe JribnCOmli V I Mrs M A Pnrga3on Mr Mary Iidelu Hniy ibaws colIJohn H MiUsQersoh r R L MCfbley i I3ssle I3enningtQ Jf John E Riey 4iasAflnieTaIor j Slmraoas MaMabrr Natildii Saiith 4AlfZobais tpiflvitli plfi1Le Bi tth EtiSel mrds 4 7j nye date ofeffiidr J fJ11f W n fnieirs P Mv VI rurys1orsate r 41 I Jhav l1itryd piarnmoth J Jrtrppze turkeysf tj Isaler u hy r8s asGeo Woolf siot n l D Fugeisoid Mrs L Jailey large bone an4 fin iluijiage Can furnisli toW i nstno atin at i a II ric frsJf F vjDNO Qrl n t 1J bQi T1 Let The South Lead UdEr tis CtiO tkO Phil i pR ccia Ogges that 1D andeiiBt tb t national task of idirl1 d r jtlveJating bei r fijMBOcr ticprty it will not be part of wisdomi to go to e enter New York or Nebraska torkftdersbip That partof the tTniofl wbich furnishes the alee Vforal vptesforiJemocratc presl g daotiii dldat s should be al low4 in 1908 to write the platform and native the men behind TrBomtiia party iff expected to I r ralij The mass of the party lthrouIiout the country is thor I tHiift r tiredi of radical experi d ItMntfjJ The South through all thy rsof reconstruction and zetiaaice the close of the 4war has persisted in steady 4 flSfc111168 to the principles Upon f wttpB the party was founded gji oa which the policiesi 01 SoiittVy were molded during t ii enuous formative years of d tk nation Jt is clear that tfifrtkern Democrats whQ made L the early dais of the Republic illBUtrious though out of power for a generation have not lost Ithe trlck Of statesmanship I 6 There are hundreds of able Son- the ners in public life and thou sands la private life who are fit for any duty which the country infghi devolvaupon them Why Tfhould not the Democratic party go South once more where it- found Jefferson Madison Mon 1 fofemnd Jackson and where t It Lincoln was brei The scars of jwar are heated The most se- rioUs r f tpt problem that confronts the future of the nation is to be dealt with and settled as a Southern problem In this behalf the 3 f North acting precipitately from sentiment father than knowledge I has made unfortunate mistakes Why should not the Sates below Mason and Dixons line in the present exigent situation resume their command political im f t portance esp daily now tat tc the line has been erased ands c e tional hostilitiHS obliterated r Interior lournal4t c Pure Bred Msromoth Bronz Tar keysJrSaIeI v Headed by a 32yound Torn at I six months oil a prize winner a and from the best prize winnin- fjjkivsr pf Kentucky U nrur iupti gobblers and hens no akin ijataeasonabtpriceS I Mrs R A Mclntire L5 B F D No2 Springfield Ky I VA For Governor i 4ik i pciattO the Herald froni jWTashirigtonBays the usual re- liminaiy skirmishing that js the barb roger of a State conv htion 1300 w in evidence among Ken- tuckyf Republicans Sgns of- acivity if are apparent among tiieinen who wIn wIeld more or iit less influence with the delegates who nominate the candidate for Governor and other State offices next year The visit to Washington of Collector E T Franks of Owens bor last week had the effec of stimulatinfir interestin the forth coming cpntest and while thE it collector made no announcement t of his candidacy he left the ink 1 pression upon the minds of hrs friends that oouer or later he a wpuld become an avowed aspirant for the honor Mr Franks did riot undertake to commit any of his guests to his candidacy but sought by in direction to ascertain how they would feel toward it He en countered a friendly spirit but of course tuat could not be c np strued aS anything like an assur 7ice of support MonJkl1 tacki ns in Washington antici Date that some time nexbyeai the Collector will conclude formally to declare himself a can didate ti It is expected that the Tenth CongteSsibiial dsirct wil fur mifih a candidate iin tha person cf geRar1ithe Court IS of Appeals Mapy of the most influential Republicans othe StRbel be would ke the most forolBable candi date the party could present to ihe voters Representati e Ed wards is kncwn to favor him above any other man whose name has been mentioned and during the last week has discoy lared that quite a sentiment x ists in his favorI Inasmuch as the Judge is a constituent of Johh W Langley the Republcan Representative elect from the Tenth district it is expected that toe jatter will favor his nomination and possibly urge it how that Associate Justice John L fiarlan of the United States Supreme Court definitely announced that be would not be candidate Another prominentRepublican whoJias been talked of is former Judgd Burn am oflhe Court of Ai pcals who Ivesiil Richmond in the Eighth Congressional distric It iis the opinion of far sighed party man now in the national capital that the nomina tion will go to ORear Franks or Burnham This virtually has become a conviction since Justice HarJan Gommissiofaor Yerkes and former Gov Bradley have all stated that they had no intention of seeking the nomina tion SOIL W STE Eating Wnnliea ori lllllaldeii and SI 1 S and the Valleys SUbOlnbzln We have lands gradu ally lose their dark color and change principally to more of sand or gravel oriclay Sometimes it Is merely white rock that stares at u4 from the hillside jn pale astonishment at our ignorance jnd Indifference to the lauds distress But when the vegetable matter has been washed away by ten 6i twenty or fifty years of incessant rain aided by a system of clean cultivation for cotton then eating washes begin to make their appearance on the hillsides and even on the gentle slopes As years pas the3e washes grow and extend They run their cancerous branches like skeleton tfingers along the hillside and eat into the subsoil as well as carry away remnants of the surface soil Dame Nature strives in vain to stop the work of ruin by sending out her forestry reserve forces and planting persfenmons old field pines sassafras and even sweet gum all over these threatened districts But the farmer Is bllntj to the mothers good intent and spends many fruitless hours sprouting sassafras Not only is the soil lost but the subsoil Is carried down upon the nearby valleys and covers up burles the rich alluvltil soil once found in all tho creek and ditch valleys of the south More than his ili fills the stream with mud bars and drifts and rafts so that the summer rains overj flow these nearby valley lands mor frequently than eveij These washing lands ore doubly yefj trebly wasteful Such Is tie price the south is paying and has paid since the sixties for the cotton monopoly of the world Had our population been denser the results would be that much more aggravated Result and Remedy We have recently visited som of the old cotton growing sections of the south lands In cultlvation for sixty and ninety years It would be but fair to say that no general effort has been made to replace anything that has been taken from these lands for two generations past They have been simply washed and cropped to death We note the same dpstrutStive systems at work In nearly cf erj coftOn county of Texas and the these older cotton sOjUfl1WCS1Looknt The valleys will crops of Johnson grpss The grass is there on thousands oF acres btftit docs not respond to the plow as it once did It does not dispute with sassafras and old sedge the possession of the clay tiillsVe can see no remedy for such soils but growth of fall oats alfalfa and melllotus on the valley lands and the restorative cowpea and peanuts for the hills This means going deeper Into live stock anti poultry than ever before the application large quantities of manure to hill lauds In combination with some commercial l fertilizers Texas Firm and Ranch Tree Lesaons The value of a thickly populatedcom munlty of a well Organized military body under capable and resourceful eaders the wisdom and expediency of ome system for providing a reserve water supply und the resistance of carefully built anchored steel struc ures to eafthquake hocks of average lolci e are three lessons Impressed ponthe public mind by the San Frau sco dlKastcr Louisville CourierJour j 00001 A Boston schoolboy was weak and sickly i i flabbyIentire bodjThe physician who had attended the family for thirty years prescribed Sctfj Emulsion I11 4 NOWS 1II r To feel that bpys amity would aLIh 9LwjALLDfilJOGITSi SOc AND 100 I TTTT rwaWOMAN AND FASHION11 4 IrIpIng Street Con nme Manjrfo the new models for stre I I nndtSoflgg gowns are not elaborate la consrjfBctloii though they may nppear One of the smartest seen recently Is pictured here The material used was cashmere to London smoke with panne4 velvet for trimming TIle neckI shows a round ybte which might Jbe cut away In an evening dress tinS which Is very pretty as a finish for theJ A B1IAHT COSTUME allIbacky f where they join the yoke This Insures a soft graceful fullness which tucks or even gathers do not produce Tb0I sleeves may l e long or in shorter length being finished at the elbow whh the plain band cuff or the fanciful turn back one Thq skirt Is a six gored one with inverted plaits In front and back and a side plait at the side The top fits smoothly while a pretty flare appears ht the hem ProPer Colors to lcnr fouled blonds who always seem to love pale blue should be encouraged to Introduce touches of rose and poppy red into their costumes The woman with a skin like a camel lift and warm brown hair should be decked In warm mauve anti browns The red headed girl should wear bronze and green black and white and all shades of gray The sallow woman should eschew tan and the ghostly person with deadI black hair and a parchment complexion should boycott greens SchnM Frock r A nice idea introduced last fall If the matching of school frock and coat and when these two garments fire of tough finish blues rge the dress worn with white gmjnpe null the coat a reef er an Ideally practical school costume is attained In dancing frocks for children a suggestion of the empire modes is seen In coats the empire style has a decided vogue Vor the House Pretty aprons are greatly In demand at this time of the year and among the new designs none hasappeared that Is quite so4lrcssy milt neat as this one It Is very simple anti practical ann protects the front of the waist as well DltESSY APKOX upoiher Varrow edging anti Inserting to match he material are iisctl for the trimming Crosubarred nm llii linen nainsook ot lawn may be used for the making Two yards of material thirtysix Inchwi wide are required V Nfov nntlonn A veryi novel button is of hlack vet vet set in silver and strlpeJ in silver bands studded with 1d lest UQi An other has a latticework ot rhinoMOnos These brilliant stones arc more useo than ever anti are combined with oxi dized silver gilt motherofpearl ami smoked pearl lli waving stripes squares tjcrolte i nd Circles cCSlt1eu m After an elaborate spcech describing your unusual power of mesmerism asfc your assombcd friends fpr the privilege of trying your powers on them Tell them toseicct a certain playing card out of a pack hide it and then call you in Ask them all to be thinking about it while you go around the circle pressing Tour hands on each ones temples and brow In turn Unknown tothem there must be one of the company who Is your confederate By a prearranged jystem lie will signal to you thus By pressing his back teeth tightly together and then relaxingl them Jie can cause the muscles of his temples to contract so that you can plainly fejl It un leI the pressure of your fingers 14pt jne contraction Indicate hearts I iiambndS three spades tour clubs Chen a pause then one two or three etc to correspond with the nuinber oftspots on the card or if It Is a pictxt ard tour quick contractions for thoC dug three for the queen and two forIlie knave CHOICE MISCELLAN tItrnmmotll Pepper Tree In the southern part ot Santa Ba bara county close up to the foothills of the Santa Ynez mountains that almost stlrrouud the valley of there stands a specimen of the peppi triee that is interesting owing to massive proportions It adorns tho home of Gideon E Franklin one of Santa Barbara countys citizens The tree was planted by a former proprle tor of the estate tout twenty yea 1ngp One foot above the ground the giant trunk measures twelve feet In circumference It soon divides itself Into three well developed bodies which have respectively an Individual girth of tour feet eight Inches four feet nine Inches and six feet one Inch or a combined circumference of fifteen feet six Inches The longest boughs have an almost uNIform reach of thirtythree e feet giving a nearly circular diameter of sfxtyslx feet Some fifteen feet of the longest limbs have been cut oft in order to preserve the regularity of Its form fhe height of the tree Is between forty and fifty feet The tree Is supposed to be the largest of Its kit rill the state Los Angeles Times Sleep aud the Temper The popuJnr science of Drs Aclarid and Bean Lewis who tjJllus to Sleep ns long as we can makes more talk than anything else read before the British association and deserves to do so There Is a great deal about It in the papers too cordially written weary journalists The Dally Tele graph mentions a well known mdi who is over eighty and looks young ns a consequence of always taklnga nap Iiwhencer of seventy who Is taken for flfty Crr r t In the dusk with thoUght igii hint but na tli jLdroe Snit Dud Charcoal ForHoKt Hogs should be allowed free access to a mixture of charcoal and salt more especially so from tile time they are started on green corn and right through tho feeding period until they are mar hated This is a matter that Is recommended so much that Its great impor tance Is sometimes vJot believed In by farmers This mixture seems to satisfy a craving that Is Incidental l to corn ration Above all dont be afraid to give tbT hogs a little salt The Scrub Stallion Too many scrub horses are raised The long talked of colt crop that was to flood the market falls to materialize rofveral seasons pastthis colt crop has been threatened but the prognostI- cators arc unable to make good If all the horses now seeking market were what buyers required the crop would be worth fair more money The evil agent Is the scrub stallion and he ought to bo retired Care of Fall Litter An old saying that propery ripplles to the growIngof live stock Is Well be gun Is half done So It Is important j that tall litters be well nourished from the begjnning As long as the weather icinalus fine allow the saw a run o fmsture wIth her young This will kee the pigs in good condition anti there willl be no danger from thumps which sometimes gives trouble when they ar kept In confinement Let Sheep Ent Plenty A sheep vlll consume n ore for Its weight thah a cow and it should I Ins to rals a crop of wool a crop of lambs and provide for itself at the ame time Dont compel It to feed lot of ticks also If you raise enough jf fodder corn this year It will be better for your sheep than grain and costt muchi less IJ Ration and Cow The dairy ration should be palatable It should be nitrltious It should be aigestlble abundant and as Inexpensive as possible after the other essehtlals are securetl But wo should never lose sight of the fact that no ratlon Is ever goi d enough or cheap enough to coar a profit out of a worthless cow Sort the IIoK Into SIZeJI Is that poor economy In hog feeding that was practiced last yeartand th vcar before being repented again this season that Is to feedhog of different sizes togother It 18 much better ti sort them Into two sizes at least Tb iC jon for this la oblbUlt SheeiJtion the Farm A woods lP near the home or n small well fenced pasture In night 0 f the house Is the Ideal place for a bunch of farm sheep Here they stay until allowed to forage upon some patch or stray stack Here they will give rich return AVnter the Fowl Always have plenty of good water for the poultry Fowls suffer more for the want of water than teed but ear go a oug time without eltherand live j Xo Job For a nOT I An Irlsbrnau one day went into a barber shop to get Ilia ell After being properly seated rand the lather about half applied tie barber was called to an adjoining room where ho was detained for rome time Tho bar bet had in the shop a pet monkey which was continually imitating Its master As soon as the latter left the room the monkey grabbed tile brush anti proceeded to finish lathering the Irishmans face After doing thla he took a razor from Its case and stropped it anti then turned to the Irishman tto have him VShtop that said Pat You car tuck the tofli In me neck and put the soap on my face but begorra yer fathers gat to shave me Judges Magazine of Fun Feminine Ides Lola Youirg ilugglns must have an awful lot of money In bank Grace What reason have you for thlnynT he h1s1 LoJu ile iiovcd me a book contain ing nellY ta hundred checks that had never lieu written OzChICagO News Oil the Ulaltoi Theres plenty of snap and go la tiffs new play of ours said the first actor The acts are shorts and so are the IntermIssIons no long waits at all Indeed Not even for salary In quired the other rhlladelpliln Ledger The Red Star Remain The contracts of Phelps Delebanty Overall Chech Harper Ewing Od well Lobert Corcoran and Carr with he Cincinnati baseball club have boon romulgatedS ij Gene De Jjont- Gfene De MoutrevIIIe Is balking on he salary offered him by the Toledo ub It 11 refuses to play Otto Kru er will bo stationed at second for the Mud liens t Tii TI WITH A AMB BAGS rKidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who rends the news 1papers is sure to know of the wonderful tt cicur malle by Dr1 SwauJrtsIney liver and blad V I der remedy greatniedi rsl1 century i disceverelafterycnrsI bv JDr Kilniery the eminent kuliiey arid bladder specialist and if wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back uric acid catarrh of the bladder arid Brights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not rec ommended for everything lint if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble itwill be found just the remedy yOu need It has been tested mao many ways ill hospitall work mill in private pfncticfe and has proved 50 successful in every case that a special arrangement liar been inmle by which all readers of this paper wjio bavc ldnot already tried ttl may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a hook telling more about SwampRoot and how to findoutif youhavekidjiey or bladder trou ble AHien writing mention reading this generous offer iii tIns paper an send your address tp Dr Kilmer fC K Co Biiighaniton X Y The regular fiftycent mid one dollar size bottles are of SWlll Root makeyany mistake but remember name wampRootgeevery bottle turlJAWhile the me of the farm sep arator are quite generally under stood dairymen In many instances frill to proprrly apprecIate that It is 5n variably applicable to their own ipdt vldual coiKitlons and that to every one separating cream from mnk11 offers a means of betfer and more sat- Isfactory jittiRltg Tire advantages of the farm sept ratoi over the gravity system are too numerous totie a full or extended enumeration but thj se of most im portance nri more perfect separation greater valuej of skim milk saving of yme and libbr saving of lee anti a better quality of butter r Airicricar Cultivator The nioderii Iercii ron The modern Pprcheron stands six toen hands high and over weighs from 1700 to 2200 pounds and la white gray or black In color helms aiijn ttolIJggnt hcadpf a type peculiar to Ute breed rather small cars anti eyes short strongly muscled neck strong well laid shoulders and chest a plump rotund body strong back heavy quar ters and eomewhttt drooping croup lIe usually Is low down and blocky on short clean leg devoid of feather and hutS well shapedI sound hroofsA S Alexander in American Cultivator nI Breeding Ere Lamb- 0d sheep menjhave long considered It a bad practice to breed ewe lambs 0so they will lamb after they arrive at one year of age They usually disap point their owner anti they lose growth In consequence The ewe should havohcr first lamb when she Is about two years old At that tlrnt she has obtained lice growth and It much more liable to do well A flocV df sheep Is the best helper In keeping up the condition of land without extrf expense IWorkmenind Erie streets Jersey City where a heater la to be erected were obliged to suspend operations by an array of rats which ran out of nooks nudcor ices arid dashed wildly about tho place The workmen tied to the street All tIle fox terriers In the neighborhood were sent for and It took them an lour to clear the cellarofrata An Accident eA honey goat sat pit a rock asnooslnff usnouzIng little boy bercath the rock sat musing lat mwsloli oTho thll rockostarbrulaibgStained Silver Medicine stains will disappear from sliver spoons If rubbed with sulphuric acid After this Is applied wHsli theIspoons wlfir soapsuds and clean InthIusual mariner rue Unadnlterated Word Wlteu de Inlhldlo arid de Irl U08Utt flail yo mull friends said good oldaParson Bagster In the course of re vent sermon dont extemporize wW em Dont pologlza for de fwlth dat am In yo but dess give em de wordlJ de plain unsophisticated word whI debark on Ony dess Istedy down bI1J de iK stofIlce I locks bawns wld a prognostic one b lose yuh halt edit cated yaller nuisances duts puffed Up a like toad fratigs uhUnze dey thlqli doys most white and he want tlr to pputo about de Holy Scriptures 11n dont lilleve dls he don t blleve tint and he hits grave doubts about dee tudder I doss clars muh ltbont l does antI says I Little man Iowa dar how old yoT u Twennyfo yeahs snh1 says lie Uhhuhl says ifj dess like dat Ub II r huh Yo has been In de business of t doubtlii d Jjiwd and his works for twenuyfo yejjt Is y i Wclluh Ilawdhas biit15leeit uhrtmiiin de delfJ verse twell U rb million yenhn and I sonic and loerf yo regslii little man tint n newcomer like yosef Uwotrs mo about the operation of do pwnt and hi mglity cataplasm of creativu dim dt jnWolluhhim crumple up and crope off Patsl do way to do It mini bruthlren muh sltftahs When deprosnostlc salja yo give him de worth anti give It to him loud and coase lDy dholr wHl LwIitIslL ifFI AVlmlorii of Experience What do you think Is tilt Ietboto do with a man when he conies o re you for advice Find out what ho wants to do aijtl lien tell him It Is the best arid wlsofrt t Jhing to do That makes hint feel bet ter when things turn out all wrong bHcause he can put tho blame on takltjg lha your advice Baltimore American f no KWhatsK cd the kIn henrted Ii ran awaj strangerIIhe boy In tli Ig Jj You dldi eh Mid d top feel any thing like trredgkln should sdy sO When ma got e through boxing mo my skin was as red n jeetFkkMotp 1J iTs1 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ttBY McELRO WHARTON z1i i i YjSPRINGFIELDKy I V 1abup iiu acre larm lOcated 5 miles from Springfield right on pike good dwelling and barnaf 50 acres in Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price 0000 No 66 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new barn ill necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fertoed and hi good state of cultivation Price S5000 No 07 120 acre farm S miles North of Springfield gool 5 room dwelling t good barn 14 acres timber land 40 INpi npeafandel1lmproed l No 70 145 acre ftirm well located and lies well good hoiise and small barn mostly in grass well fenced Price 5000 No 71 Vfi30acre Ianiiwell located andwcll improved lies well and is a isI good as the best Price SCO No 72 210 acre farm well locatcd j good farm aid lies wellyind mostly I grass right on the pike nice 7 iroom dwelling house 2 tenant houses goo stock barnand tobacco barn P1 of tobacco land 10 acres good cntyI Price 50 tier acrel No73 385 acrefarm well located r ht on pike and railroad This farm is subject to division 2 good dwellings Sdiand IS4Noof Springfield good dwelling and bar 55 acres pf bottom land well watered and fenced Price per acre 25 No 75 J25 acre farm located near roomticres of tobacco fence all goodI Price 2p per acre No 76 50 acre farmS situated 12 mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling boVn and all necessan y MackiUcfvery kind all fSOod land all lies well iud mostly in grass Price Olflh 121 acre farm good dwelling arns and all other outbuildings dltnddl J acres ill rfass 50 acrts tobacco land 20 acres f timber good 5 room house ne am 40x42 eight miles South pringfield Price 1SOtf 81 acres loeated 5 miles fr6m n pr ngfield on thg pike good dw ll ngand barn pace In good state of ultivation Price 325Oo 97 50 acre farm 3 miles t from mngHeld good smith house and tbuilding strictly a nice place rice S5000 I monthS 25c FACTS IN FEW LINES igs are sold In Denmark by tLa score more commpBly tints by thj dozen There l lii hardly a king in Christen dom todafwljose wife does not over- top hltn bjj a head Speak Opsad Judge Addison of London tda vltnete Imagine thai some oneiiaa asked you to take a irlak TMo Irish linen industry Is booming J3 It has not aourisfwd in years large- y on tilt expanding exports to thn United State At Wfnlnglon a little town or 7000 nlmbltwnts la the west of England Vcr nCOO tramps had to be occommo hated Inst j iir A method has Usu discovered In England for treating sewage by dec tricity which will revolutionize sewage treatment and greatly reduce the cost The ancient Ronfnns ate oysters as the first course atbcuutuets because of their quality of stimulating the appe Ute Illiiy recommends oil anti onlona condiments Sarah Grand says that for the uiost part American wiei are more Intelir Inrormc1Inrgerthen their Eitik sisters A candlilntc for pttrllamcnt at the re cent election In Great Britain has filed iwtitjon hi bankruptcy owing tJOGI HO and having sets catlmated of the value of 940r lie was rill cnlhusJ ft fiscaj reformer The well known Corman animal deal r Jnnirxch has an a eut In Slqm hunt ing for the l1tler known as Ccrvus nlIzenA cousul In China remarks sagely hat the will buy only what tuej want aiurnot what foreign manu factar rs think tby should buy Ko ffurt to force uiolf goods inanu for export and probably un- atable at home will avail Auburn 5Ie teanwters are going to buy inules to toko the place pf their orsog The reasons given for this change are that mules nrc afraid of- othuiig earl perform more work and cost of maintenance Is less onehalf of what it costs to thanff THE ORIGINAL COUGH SYRUP or ail Coughs and assists In f The Roil ClorerBlojternwels A certain cney Bea Set for croup and fr is oo every vhoopinecouch u botUe Nearly oil other cough cures aro constipating especially thoso OpiatesKennedys oieyTar motes bowels contains vOpiates nuKENNEDYS C PeWJTT 001 CHICAGO U 8 UlU uV ieJ CtOS Drug Stir t s barn all in grass 500 locust posts jPrice I lOOOtNo 77 210 acre farm 150 acres of be4I1 ments of every kind 7 room dwelling halls and porch 2 good barns 2 cribs meat house buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced A first cJass farm onehalf mile from Mackville Ky right on jhe pike This farm is well improved in It houseItI 1rnearly all lies well and is in a high stale of cultivation This is strictlynice normOneIrig1t and terms easy Price SO V jilso have for sale a 330 acre Springfleld t dwellingbeing1halls and porches located in a beau LteIldnings There is on the farm a good fntlt1It wateredJNo 78 80 acre farm located in Marion county good 5room dwelling good barn well fenced and watered ill lies well and convenient to school and church PrIce 2300 No 79 75acre farm well located good improvements of every kind new house and barn all lies well churcheynl pricc3i50It ofPoluidwe1lug83j 100 acres located 2 miles north df Fenwick good dweljing and tobacco barn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco land Price 2600 f 8496 acre farm located 4 maes east of Springfield Ky goo im pro vemerit of every kind Land allIj lies well new place Price 850 per acre us t0 acres land well located near iMt ZiQn church all good tobacco land good 4 room dwellinrbarn 36x40 orchardJ105 00 acre farm goWnew dwell ing small barn all good l o1nd Pricc 2000I housefjlntyoftobaccojl t 107 140 acres located 31 mIles from Springfiel good dwelling nd barn aU goo lland PriceS45per acreI108 Oftacres land all lies well small house and barn Price 24PO 109 140 acre farm new improve ments of every kind farm mostly n 85 191are farm loca SniUes f- I north of Springfield Dwelling and I barn land all lies well well eDceqo and watered Price635 per acre 865bacre J trm Ii miles of Sprtn + field nice small tNell gcgodditar tland alllies well and mostly ininass Price 30001 87 210acre farm nfar Maud iGo6d farmi All good land Good improvemett of ever1kiJyil afened antiwatercd tlltt on the t J pike Price right and terriiT easy 8805 acre farm located2iajUesJ rfftorn Springfield Kyrighton pike Price 2090 y 489 135 acrei farm one mile front i Springfield Praip 5455 f I Ur 90 125 acre 14 miles South louJgville Ky nice place well thproyet eLnfitA well on rode from railtQair thstation t 99 160 acre farm located H miles from Springfield Kv right jon thtt pike alllies weJK Gdpd small house good ba1in and jlace weilwatered25 per acre L I 100 IOo acre farm 24tnilesfoth1 Mackvilte good new ropm dw jKng rstock and tobacco barn rUx40 HkI tand cistern good orchard apcTaiia kinds of small fruit 10 acres creekbottom Price S3Q peracre 101 13 acres 5 miles froth Spring ifield lands all He well and well im proved dwelling J2 tenant houses 2 lbarns located right on the pikeav j PriceSGO fleracref t r7102 20Q acrefann 8mHeVfrom Springfield 2j miesfr6in railrpad f station alLgood land mostly in grass 1 20 ucieLM reek bottom good hoUse and barn well at hQ us antoneat f baPrice4103 A40 acrefarxji gOQciiininrove I ifnlents of very kind both stocka JLt tobacco ajid barnall in grass acres Jof104 250ere f rfh well im roved till lies well and in grass fighton thte pikev2 mUes front SprlngfieM Ky tt Peracre1th aiI r gras right bn pile Price 630 TterJ JIir acre to i r ToWn Propertyt r r f i A beattiful 7 rOie1iibni Mifa Lret iji 1erfCtAtiiTr Evrtiiing ncwland clean Pij 400 eq1ippedtrO tQT f9lCovingto1Avenu JU p etedt nicely furnLiheid moderns equippe with liglt and water PricdSUoa Pour room dwelling on Virginia Avenue H FiVeTqpb dw on Qrundy Are nue lot 70ft front O itdeep i IhI onGrundynice lot good stable and other Out baildipgs Price 3500 Four nice Cottages located on rail road Price 3750 fleaIdiiOnayVTOkI Ir ISeven Minion boses sold m post 12 This sguturebox Jt fJ a Clilwsc HONEWTARPREPARED i dwem IliQg JtiI i t Tl i v A TheoldReliablefManufacUrers j t3andDealersintallkiids of c fejJ f i LUMBER LArris SHINCSLti ff 7 j ZK m SASH DOORS BLINDS v r f 4I Ol Ve handle tbe celebrated r t T t1tIA q z1 Mixed CannellCoaL p rr4 lA i C an I bBS 14 VII vvic 0 t1ff p4p t ACME CLFEN1 PLASTERVo Jq The Best on Earah Prices Rifeht H P J pJ c li1 11 Office and Yards j j 1 oocLr and Railroad Strieis Spfingfid Ky 4 rn For Emergencies at Home p For the Stockon the Farm t 1f S Sloans Li1rnneftt Is ci whole medicine chest iij A r1 Price 25c 5Oc 6 IOO liL-tSend For Free Booklet 6n Hor5esvCattIeHoes tFbuitryw c Address DK Earl S Sloan Boston Masr CUMBERLAND TEL PHONE li rtztcoaiokTiiD 4 j Long distance lines and toioph ndofIt5 = thIs Company enable yot to talkalrnQi anywheraln Southerji Indiana SoUthirn IlilinQis Kentucky TennGSfieey Mississippi t1and Louisiana Wo can putypu invqulck atid satIsfactory conirniinlcatlon with tho tpeople of this groat sectloJ1 of the country We solicit your patron 1g Ratosjre isph t1 able Equipments and faollltlcs Uns rv passedpMME ECALDWELl rfCLAND MEIi 1T b WEZ President Geal Msfr Becy II Lust Gui MS 7