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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r t TnE NBliy ta o 4 V NO7 J5Ei pw T pINGFIELO WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 3 1907 100 PER YEAR r II jIii i PRACTICAL tii tJE NTIS Vr Oeov Ir RaYio i Barber T fiWwK nbleprices t tJ l kParteed PRflFIJLD KY it1i Z 7tMr rlQE4pftDvp JVnfr 1 f r1 0 PR1XGTI1ID ccmnty eii i iili OftGHty 3t iiticg ft g utixI A miieiififtbm PJ5 LOt Tille on BariittoTti branch 7a1NaShville ailroad r faitmiK ad igricdtfaraldistrict rWo Ijtaaks telegraph and telephone s inesexpccsspfflceournhi11SiUmb nls Population 1100 ppgalatibnl Jttntj ISOOO Mientatiye iti CongresS HonKc cL Smitk Hodgenvillc Ky + Representative irfKeutuckj Legis 4 4tureHon WP Claybrooke L rescntativein Stat Senate Hz Jar Lancaster Lebanon KT cil y Directory 4 CIRCUIT COURT 4 pc1 t Court begins on the four 4hdavIn February Majjr4d Octo ft1raThurmaiJdge5L LDuthani Coiionw1a1t A ifJ yjPbbe A NoefClerkS 1 G L cae hmaD raillita 0 is 8 2neTt 41 A aiIb4 1 i QURTRLY COURT iv Q ar ari is held on the third 1 onday teata ch month BiIiCitsey Judge r COUNTY COUR- TCountyCt meets on the fourth Monday in ertch mouth k B Xjitsey Judge WF Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney George Ca4lettJail fSjdney Osbolirne SherifF Jr m Anderson aB Poweil Jltrb rt Eddleman Deputies EstersXaw iF4 Moore County SnrvcTot lT PbBryan Assessor aTMitckeli Deputy Robert NociTreasurer Tt J Xiostg01t1eiy0CH llu W lnsb 80pt of Cominonba XXJI I 4pOsprlngfieldCrTy t Janis Roe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W QrlgsbyiCity Attorney a ruSTICE COURT notice Courts are held in January I April July and October 011 pChurch Directory METHODIST OHJRCB Rev G Wf Lyon Pastor 5erof l vices on the First and Third Sunday In eacH month aTil a m and 730 pm Sunday School every Sunday atlO am I Prayer mte ihg every Wdflesda aght T CATHOLIC CHURCH r Rev PF Ben essa Pastor Se vIceerr Sunday at 8 and 10 ocIo 0 am Services ai St Rose same hon ri V CHRISTIAN CHURCH I RV In ajClt IfcJttH Stli ever Sundaf p ffPRESBYTERIAN OBURCB Preaching every Sunday at 1L am adrat 7 pm Sunday school eve ndity at 10 am Pisjtj n uhAi TerVfThursaaY evening at 7 oViwk r r BAPTIST CHURCH Rev WmBarriEcnt l h- ttPreacjiing every Sunday at 1 an nd 7T5 pnu Sunday School ever undajat 930 am Prayer zneetiu C7ry Tnj8dav evening at 745 o Fraternal Order MASONIC XoDGfi Springfield tlcid Ko 50 meets jfiret and third Mouda eteachionth aWashington R A Chapter No meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council Jtto52 meets o I very tomrth Monday INIGrrS of TlIK M ACASBES Meet l t uIIm J4 FOtrEYwb f HONEYNDTARThstriinaI LXATIVE couh remedy 1 f CQM bold throat aMllaar fI NoMalcohoiicfarwrerybpdy I ThS iMn4 taoaa TAX Is i s enbqitntsj pvz 1j J c tl Uiiiiililiit UU U6 mwroWw mi ii11iIi t i1Il RO NDOfTJUKo re II LIbA11ftft1Ht kfl1fUtIUr A lla TheDayAfr 0 li theit EcaregruffThey think that their baksheesh wfar from enough of The shopping isoverjbut dowa goes a host l Chriofsit r in mas gifts cost Novr inother is mgry with father p3orouTV A0 bought forty gimcracks a ceCrof railed to buy coal Tisthe day alt r Christmas a D daughter is wad SI Niel And gpt em gad nvonHas packed up her presents a nBar f fadefl ajaExpeo T exty31inotersof1 thbefof the Americani Societyapp Eqanywoi hard ando faithfully and taiitt a good many obstacles for Sue s That they hai SUCI ddin pledging fifty pi I cent of the tobacco crop of thiejl county to their cause speakssi a VeilI for their efforts The apIIJ pearance in the county of sever il organizers and speakers of theT society who thorough explainl ed the plans of the organization Bit is largelyI responsible for the good showing made bere There are several things which hay r caused the farmers to holdback from pledging their crops In t e fist place the majority of the tobacco growers and especially the tenants and renters are al mostt bound to have money Some ot them have run all thn year on credit and naves aved off their creditors until their to c MoVfl isSottbe beginning of the new year at When a fellow is in that position werbasaat a fair price and get the spot cash1 he is very much temp ed E to let it got ppolor no pool mut higher prices or not Then again the proposition is not thoroughly understood by all of the tobacco men Seme have solo conrusedth plans of th A S LH Ewitli the late lamented Burley Growers Ass ciation wuicti resulted in failure last up and the before MaI samYire hoidmg off and declinir g to pledge their crop expecting tolit get the benefit of the advance atom 0rrn titJl Icbe r- call too right provided ihe pool is a caus success but it is rather a selfish view to take of the matter After IoJ she movement has made won of der OUfuldis riot where it has beenj intr 0ththe duced fOr to short a tim ajid Sold even the most skeptic predei Stor ier3s of E will have practically the coutrol of the tobacco crop ofthe district Is St TEPT OPEN A s iIingbrlMs Avisiting in our town hel1 disuiicisurprised and so Hxpres ed hehimseli atrhf Jaqkf COSH r van P f tnahehoidaP VeIingtield tugd all1arjfull working force of clerks 5Ly= oQcanS t ion and for the feelings of tin 1Jidiroing on The only mere ants j observed the day were the et goods merchants tie ons all being closed until oclock in the afternoonFc hristtnas day is probably tIle Thtday of the year and Springfi Id will merchants should should ri DIA i georereason follow the example set bybt other and more important clLieh too cltin the Farmers Hon n JuncticiciL- KyMtfce only company in the tiIMt iakei ay clai of yin i An Onusu ill Piani V Discouraged by the failur ofa his subscribers to pay their sub editorfand goihon of thehisfear The pay in advance police has been outdistanced Mr Barry has announced th be must base enough cal in his hands f my he expanses of the willads rut jcnti n and rhe EC o itI1dleatunder rndTu gementjew haven will be minus The IEc pochoj oney tt publish II1ie for piteyearhasone i winiyt ple a fair chanc0 so he has ended thj date until v January j If eaoujfh money come- sorthittirnethe msfie paper will ear accordig to schjdue tme that Mr Barry Ins euo ugh cash ahead Sandard gIILI 101 waV to give some valuable its advice to these whoa suffer with back and kidney trou lele1 says JR Bmiikienship iif Beck 1I I have proved to an ansolue certainty that E ectric ers will postively cure ti distressing condition The lii bott hadlegrve botlesaIsc comsb pletely that it becomes a peasure torecpmmend that inSand Haydons drugstore Price 50c Mule Sale and aridrsold to lCvN Wa iiari 170 last week 22 heaf of mules P 185 per lead The mules e shipped Mon ay dru T boTimr Apesr Buckler sLipped the mules to Atlanta Saturday night recjgto Ed and LawrenceOD tiletterni joheadhead They were deliyerel ID Wed t700uesdaya load shipped to Atlanta tire I e dayL ba on Enterprise horQoddont sehacbdljrestants or the digestive juictss ino properly balanced Then is it is this untjigestive food thatl and jtinnjlv n o b fribSC41vegetable acld It digcsts vliat eat and cqraects the deficiencies BatieNtftlijnal Pure Fod and Drug llaVPOI here by The Red Urcfca Drug who witheedy A Bold RobberyHief ity While gelt ng off thn Iruin at 1ary stSaturdity afternoon William luin wdsob rlfS1851 Ms 1irJami huV anrhad bl en to Lnal IInnh wnro i urmnir bone ipi earned ond r lof arm fia elk n idif ctt t fr It 8ina p ckb1 k atu JVberli Tsv y seyeriil men were passing nor fa1 My Hair isfort Extra Long iMninMH1KiWMi UUIU If ed your hair nourish it him give itt something to live on it en it will stop falling and world grow Ilong and heavy for yers rfair Vigor is the only the nuine hairfood you car the y It gives new life to the irbulbs You save whatt hair you have and get more And it keeps the scalp ean and healthy offe Tho best kind of atestimonlal theSold for ovwIxty years JfCAla TiinuTfcctcrora orgowI jersDrplot h from one cbach to the Qther there was sjjime crowding M- Meeiaiiusbard took the l tollowed by his wife Sho t8after they had stepped off train Mrs McCain noticed s1tcheJwasopen and hastened to the silting room at thestati few yards away to see iif iDQcketbq ks had ben removed She found they had been ng back to thav pprtion platform where she got train to see if her poclc books had fallen out on ground A search was made for them and both POCltHbooks- 1t vyhich had been emptied were fj iihd about sixty feet furt north lyingr near the tr Mr Me uiithnts the svchel which ad a strong cIa p on had been opnnnd as thy thtt amand that the pi- ckesafter taking the moi from the small pocketbooksl hed them out the car door dow believing upon th- g found iin the immedi vicinity Mrs McCain wo1 d liece she had been robbed aCt got off the train The 1mm yatend when it reached St Marx was very dirk Ms Me rtii the satchel was difficult p n and has noipa htwanvo Id h ive opened it and sec r con cuts wiihoufc lnr know dgerfhp slightofJsind how r was performnd veiy uiuch oJier re retL bEntrpdse 1IIM of LDUS TruutlG ssIt is Sita narrow escap from conla sumptipn writes C X Floyd leading business nan r of Ker aw S O I had run downin weight 115 pVwas constant both by day by nib Finally I be el1takintcontnupd CinlOnlhslunf t ouble ere en rely gone I WAS resioredto1ny orm pounds Thousands oft rsul s are licalqjjl every year Guaranteed at C J fillMe free pointed Bank Examiner Mr W C Rogers f ihh ciby ived a telegram vesterday af oon from Mr P rcy Hl soi who is in WHshingtnn cpnva big the informa that lie Percy had been pPinted a National Bank Ex aminr an4 had received IPS commission Percy will reach e tonight The position is a very respon e one and Jijs appointment a mark of merit worthily bes towed The bonurwill be h gh uppreciatd by hi host of nds rn this cit Enterprise Mi Ira ETrYcltpn Cashier Farmers k CHntonv lIe Ky says I onally acquainled With peo have cured their hogS of chole yohr Bourbon Hcg Colera Kern and whoetestimoniald appear in booklet and can say they very re best people in this cornmu- Sold and guaranteed by 0 Haydun Springfield Ivy v No Truth Mt GJImo ned Warden Of the Fran 11p nuencJary Exchange ftl p esi thaHct r f he ovepr nt d rumor pOoisib y Us for at seastwsing notke hiCaleg d hen ficiary Neitder directly nor indirectly in an v Way shape form iion Whatever has orI Richardson ever been Wardens ip of the Frank epenitentiary All that he tknows concerning the matter iis 1 6tithe position were ffered he would promptly decline Of all the officers in rheihe is probably least fitted that of Warden leaving off Ifact that he has no desire fur p sition and has a private business that is much nor toUf ipreferableJim Ridbardson has not been f ed and would not accppt office of Wardeb of the nIftirt jeniteatiar Glas STime v IKow Are YUIK XUdillRobbsSPlnipa Pill care aU kidney tfli tet Addl3terllltr neaT Co4Cbuao OrJil 1 I and rs TOWN AND lead COUNTIthe r t hEr t Items of Local Interest Gath Readersthep I and PleasioaJtoofIie 01 off debate nnd musical enter fetScbool1eI at tbe Opera House on the Pn da night before Christmts as miewm subprckCj of ih4 debnte was Resolved j That the Aquistipn of For it elfdI thefti kaBst Interest pf Her People nor Dtstruc iive to Htr Institutions eyho negative side represented I WaorThtr3Eeir r t Thee beundrLeo Simms Mr Cilia Harber who was also on that side was i irrprevented from appparing o- nHCCt of iilnes The 3udg s ithe MctoJohnPPf 1m HIV Har1 Shutz Ti dfh ent rtwin inenfc yas pVrticuNrlv hl ih ad Imuhers of fi s ue Rays class rp baSQsi s were MJSSHS May Harden e Ry and Messrs George Colvin and Will Water After the ent rtairiment the eaherbeof theschool and the principals in ilia debute were guests 01he m rof Culvin ta banqn t served iLl EnrOcjns which was a very bleaffai1 it h r Marshal Mr John Phiilin of Bards Balt Qity MrS al f r Springfield iuriiiv he illness of Marsh whoisstislsl cnri I1 dtoisI bed as a result of an attack of pneumonia and other complications M r Phillips served for several years as mar shalJ Bardstowh and has the reputation of bsMiig a fearless officer and one entirely capabable of pRrfurmiqg all tho duties of the position After the exhib tiuf rowd ism bnte street last county court day tHe lity council c me to thR conclusion lih Ht sornHtJiing rnrit be dune toh provide against another such uutlidisabifityof M wbal G acd sev tralllucal men were put ohas marshil and hile they succeed ed in landng few pac dis lurbers in jiill tthey were hardly equal Ui hand irU the situation on b1ofWIll PhdmohtrepeiisI Nratto assume charge again chnVIOrl CountyJ To p L I I up 1 GUARD YOUR BEAu1i jj- ii I LVigorousliealih iis thti dtht4jdlIdt iBQs U Itr JiSasteady Iiavest jiurn in food wilichange Healths cruddyT1 Iow intopinched paleness by diyinj upllhe rich red blood whkthnatre provides You Jake alum into your food bvtheuseof H so called Reap Powders in wHichi alum s iised a cheapeniigxsubstiute fo purereao rtar There is only one sure way tq guard your licaltB against lum and its injuriouseffcctsBuyon1yanabsolutely purielpr p am of Tartar Baking Jo wdejt rbuj bjptheorofe Sayplainly ROYAL BMINQ POWDERf pIiRyETcrnide1romibsohitelypre Grape CrcanorTaftaiJ Royal isasiifeguard toheaV Read the Sign at the Top cco Val ehouse Co composed of mea bers of the Araencin St cety or Equity which purposes to pool ifap tobacco of ihe county and hodit fur higher prices has en fully organized At a eting held at the court house re last week a stock subscrip tipn f 12000 was reported nd was dt cided to at once take steps towards building the ware directorsvtri a Me hord WA Clements B L Rchman Wood Hatchet GregoryIMcCbord- Vic President and 0 M Mc hord Secretary Wants Bidsc Bids are wanted from roan builders on a contract for con- strUcting four miles 01 turnpike toad from Fitz1 Tollgate on the Wiliisburg pike up M ayes Ceek through heHil1sbiro neighbor od The money has been ready lor some time for thet buildmg of this road and the citizens of that section aro very anxious to haybthework bdgun Specifications can 15e seen at tIe QOunty clerks fflce aycthe subject are refered 10 any th following citizens j T 3b P B Prather Felix Noel and JI Shields ew Cashier IMr J M Smiih of Danville s on last Frid y unanimously osen cashier of the Farmers Bank of MackVi le to succeed = Mr Joseph Sall0e whd tc Burnside to bpcoran cashitr of a llarger institution Mr Swill is a native of Burgin and a splendid young man He learn ed the banking business ndef MrBn THead who is considered one of the best men in thp profession Mr Smith waf fir quite a while casher Qf the Bank of Bryantsvillp and is in evpryway fitted to discharge theIp 5fcion Rolling Jn TIp dump weather pftthe Mast few weeks has been of kd vantage to the tobacco man and wagon loads of tobacco has been roll ing in ato great rate to the American Tobacco Cos ware house at this placa Crops have been secured and have been bought to be Delivered at the rateof 30jOOD pounds a day un pajdbyrange from eight to twelve and a hajf cents perpoundall around which is considerabe advance over last year quality consider ed Sends Greeting v Theeditorof the News Leader has received a Poste Carte rI from Prannhiem Germany on which our fellow citizen Conrad Hertlein extends tbec 1m pliments of the season and W S11i es the readers the paper and of his friends in Springfield and1 Wasdi i lion countyiA merry Ohristnas and a happy New Year Citizen Hertlein expects tosdlina feNdlYs from hs native cou try to the home 0 1I tttw tiFREJFFERjVieI subscriptionfooneofthebesttleSouth which wewill gIvE V vi Absolutely Free I wilheach new subscriber the New Leader and to each re 4 newal or old subscriber whopays and pays one in year in I advance rrURCOUNTRYOr4 I I atLOuisvilleacid IS edited We will furnish the NewsLeader and Our Country one Yearfor1 Addre s E L DAVISON JrM Publisher I fl PRINGFIELDPKY III I Ir ftft dL r t J 1 f ri t 7 7W swIsIs it1 sU8SCRJJION 1 i 1- If 8 lo1lJ11EARI i t fe Aganfc goes 1I up = fV his adoption and to bring with 1Jhim several of his young broth ers and sisters t J i 1t Fine Mulest k The finest lot of mjiles ever fed J in this county was cat load e hIpped from herd Jlast week by t Hudson Bro mule HJ11esooJjousvtl e The mules were fed by John P and Frank W tiSin m and were about the sm othest Ibfre er shipped fro iL thiscouny The price paid WM 200ai hea Messrs Ben P m aridJoun F S nins bop ht 115 +eadoffecdipgcattleh in Taylortcounty last week which they have pat irrIop at fittingly Moors distillery Bardstown lilt J Cr To enjoy freedoin frbm cthl bl neswrites John Ktaap IEist QbsfieldIMe I apply Bucklecfis Anica Srlve Hate f aIsQuseditfor salt rheum wih excellent results Gurm teed fco cure fever sores ndolewTiikcr flFfflt l L piles bj9r ifouqrds tcoit bites encfcsltin diseases 25c at 0 J Haydons drugstore 1rfiUJr tF iAll perspii having claims 1fagainst theestate of Wts fClarkson deCea d will preaefit z bJawl Sprinr01Ji ijflcd Ky on or before AU Iif1 I J519Q7 ThisDecewb al906 ihLLOYD GLARXSO tAdmr of the estatb of WSClarkson 4 i if f 1 Small farm ffor Sfwie rf 4same If not sold prisPately r willi l daj off let for sale it the coart hotiM dopriri Springfiejd1 KyM air 2 oclock P M or l1 1I1 i ir JAISltuatedForfurther rtiu1a Iaw t 0 to W F Grigsby Yy M Springfield Ky or tttlsigned t r 4OLwiR CAMIACK Poini- yittjiiiHI r LMrA I J ulac oyerse ir ff tie FortMadii iKii agwesmye jMer uaav otb r uta4ivM 4Iuranteed to cw lInesand oonstip tion 20c at O3flaydocs drug ato f t 42i JZ tiGi r THE NEWSICADER roauttna YUY THUD AY A TSAR IN ADVANCE 1 a 2 S HIMC IKLD KY B4 L4DAVISONJr lftrht zotices itf cenk r J kPbeqliFI jB yrUom W 9 cail dat and political matte wk Is 4 tH at low ratel bat cash IIffci fffdcfcde Uni ciitrOs Awrliataff oitraeU made on liberal S Th4ae aJ r1utIoifrispect- th Eim peZlht LXCIVXPZN r I5trat 2 btrtftQf6ees 1rIO THURSDAY JAN 3 1906 L vaiiHill YlOgto recn illues tn the amilj chc1ett has been irapos Biblfe to get up an interesting tetter Mr and Mrs t Montgomery need spent Amas week in Louis yule quests of their daughter f Mr W Foster Several fjroraHhis place at tended the hop in town Wed nesday night Mr WT Beam and mother i spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Thas Reed Mr Furgeson of Florida bas been a guest attha1Joma of Mr Palmer Goatt1ey during xmas Chas Royalty of Mercer Cot visited relatives hi this section lCtristmas I Mrs John M Lair has return ed to Louisville where she iit now house keeping again Mr and Mrs S G Reddix visited relatives near Maud s during Xmas week Mrs Sam Montgomery is quite i1at this writing Mr J W Tucker and family spent Christmas lay with Mr adMrsPalnnr Goatley Miss Addle Piles visited tel atves in town Xua week Mr and Mrs Thgs Mattingly f Moore vil1e vsitd relativcs- bere Saturday and Sunday Mr WF Moran who has bean contined to his rooai foi E quite a while is convalescing at this wi jUng Mr ard Mrs Will Hardesty of Ljaylorsville viite relative here Saturday and Sunday f Sir Sherw iod Weakly has re f moVed to Louisville to reside Mr J C Mann has removed to hpfdrmat Bradfordci1Ie regret to loose him MrGG Tucker has moved to iuwn and Mr Brown will move into the house vacated b3 him toMrnnqMlsS T Bardirr visited relatives near Moores t ville Sunday Seve al from here attended 14t the social at Mr Su hcxlands JrLearMt Zbn recently Mr Eirnest Gfoatley attended thi iiii key dinner at MrW SY Godiets Sunday Tha A S of EbaS certainly reduced lha market of tobacco J however what has been sold was vAIl sd Prices ranging from 9 to 12 cents d Mis Samuel Montgomery was Ho recipient ot a New Years eve gift from st rkland in th person of a tine 10 pound son f HMr Benedict janes sold his I farm last week to Ned Elerj at 27 pe acre Mrs M D Herd returned to I Louisville Tuesday morring to- ha at the bedside of her granddaughter who is seriously ill oJ the measels- Incess int rains have made mud a nuisfcne traveling is much r tarded and the roads are in a terious condition Culverts aUo Jjppd repairs badly in Ibis see io Christmas was much enj yed 1 YSbmetwhile to othes th ujii bought sorrow and do Slatiijn Many knew how to ap jfrecate and celebrate this even iul div others however made a D oct of the Christmas hon rt ard dtgtradefl themselves tn dsngefd others and oispl yfir I ntter usetessness of their brain capacities by the use of profuf laiguage intoxicating liquors and many other ways showing lack of proper regardsor hu inanity 1 Mvp ihbes Leader bnve a lappy and jropeou Nw Year istheprayrot UNOi 1 i Spc al jj 16 mCfimrnt RriardiD tbe c WalHal Ppre raft aLl BuLaw We ere pleased to announce tLat J Foley Ho ieji jpd Tar for coughs coda alid lung trou Its is tiot affect ed by thrNtlonal Pure FoIand fug taw atJt contains no opiates or other l lrmuiQrugs and we recom mtndias a sfe remidy for children 1d aidalls tlbr ale by the Red cross Drag Store t r TafhaiRl Vrin 1 yfJl Xwfstmvfe overhand a inpw jfr b sgipjiv lbope every i t11 evd himself through bfay aad 111tin w jbiisg all a baPP l g1 81 Jlv rcl Law resce nr ttw uouiiiffnitj fI1Mr Doc4 flood wid UtIe da gb er etha visited theli mother Mr Renv Thompson at this pace Saturday and Sunday HarvieThompson sold a crop of tobacco to Moss of Spring field at 81 cents Mr Charlie Ruby and fam ilyof BlocmlpldI spent Xmas week with relatives around here Married D cemDer 27 Mr John Hungate of this plsce am Miss Nannie Sveazy rf Green- Ohapel Mr James Snider andh Miss Ethel Rogers Were the at pendants The groom is a far mer of this neighborhood while the bride has been a teacher for sone tme May they liVe a lon j and happy life is the wish of the writer Miss Maudift Royalty has returned home from a visit to her sister Mrs Claudia Vandivier where she spent the holidays The school at this place taught Iby Miss Ethel Rogers closed onJ JJnday before Xmas with very gcod attendance Nlr Kave Johnson and family of John bnsvlllp wire the pEas ant gusts of Mr Isaac Johnson acd family of t1 is placet Saturday and Sunday Mr Samuel Keeling of LouiSi ville is visiting relatives around here Hyacinb Nearjy every person who Is sub Iject to attacks from the stomach suf fers from a morbid dread of a diet tidlreatinent for relief that is three foubs starvation and cue fourth toast and milk On the other hand you can eat as you please and digest the food by thQ aM of a good digest ant thus givinS the tired stomach egaally as much rest Eat what yon please and t kea liulekodol for in digestion after your meas n digests what you eat Sold by the Red Oro Drug Store BreckJnridge SntesMt Ei Ranby andI Mr Ed Birch sold their tobacco to Mr Moss Mi Ed Sagracy Mr6eiy Lewis Mr GrundJ Drewryund Mr Wells sold their i tobacco to Mr Smukes of Chap lin i Mr David Thompson andI family visited Mr Wallace Breckinridge Sttarday and Sun i dav t Mr Wilie Breckinridge arrived here last Sunday fr m Blue Wcunt III also Mr Austin Cbeathain of the same place iis Visiting relatives here J T doman of Springfield is visiting his grandparents ol this place The b tnk is almost completed at WillisbLrg and ready for business Miss Lottie Bishop gave social last Wednesday night aiti several of the young folks titt this place attended f LundayJ gHQ ao spent OhristmaS week with his aunt near Wi Ijs burg Jr Breckinrige School B yf t r All the Worlii t is a itage and BallardsSnow Linitt nt plays a most prominent pin tohrs no superior for rheumatim stiff joint4 cats sprains and all pains j Buy it try lLand you will always uscc t An body whhts used BalIardt S tow Liniment is a living proof o whatit does Buya trial bottle 25i t Sc and SICO Sold by the Red Cnte Drugstore Jt THE NORTH POLE Commander Pearys achievement n getting nearer the north poi than any other human being ha vcr lbefore succeeded in doing i lcs ring of all praise of course Nevertheless the fact remains thai t adds practically nothing to our general geographical knowledge or to our special tppographjcal ac quaintance with these desolate re i giansIt is assure as anything crn be that the north polo u Jlerclc a frozen floe in a frozen sea Land it i can hardly be unless perchance rome isolated rock juts up by sonic curious coincidence at just that spot from the bed of the shallow polar ocean basin For we now know for an absolute certainty that Orec landisun island nrd that the1 Arctic ocean consequently i merely a circular eternally frozen Mediterranean sea We also know that no corresponding sea but an eternally frozen antarctic continent exists at the opposite pole Thus inithis twentieth century the speculai i tipna jof the geographers twelfth arc proved to be correct sea at one Ipole land at the other London Mail The Potato In Ireland Statistics prepared by the Irish departthcz4 of agriculture relating to the potato erop reveal some in popuclaritythroughontthc country It is in dicative ofthe conservatism of the 6 growers that notwithstanding the numerous selections of high cJlis3 new varieties that are now available the Irith farmer continues to ccJipidn Tins old variety still occupies puttogether u IuilyTT IIJbvarietyhint w mdtlltbo it usinde tfeTtlhAnipjoa for many years Iftp1It trtr r Dundee Adr r l i r QUARTERLY REPORT OFTIIE Peoples Deposit Bank SPRINGFIELD KY J atthe close of business on the 31st day of December 1906 1 RESOURCES r s280S311I31 Overdrafts unsecured 00 Due from National Banks fS1476255 Due from StMe flanks Bankers 1488753 Due froth Tru t Oompanie 00 2905008 Banking House arLdLott QjOOOOO Other read estate tOQMortgag st 1000000 U S omlgit v 00 OtherSto ksand ponds 00 Specie 465507 Currency 1003500 1400007 gOtherg Furniture and Fixtures 0 Fund topay Taxe 00 Current expenseS last quarItar 1 I Tota j 318i248 0 LTAB LITIES Capital StokpaJd in in cash si 5000O0 Surplus = t 21JQ 0 Undivided Profits 06103 Due depositors as follows Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 821B 07020 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paidO Demand certificates of de eposit oh which interest is paid 00 Time certificates of depos it on which interest is 5paidSaving deposits on which interest paid 00 Certified Checks 00 Due National Danksft 00 Due State Banks Bankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 Cashiers Checks outstand aiDg 1 00 Bills rediscilUritedyt Unpaid dividends i OJI Taxes dne and unpaid w Capital Stock not paid v 00 4 Totalm f3182480 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness oft any stockholder person company dr firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability Qf the Individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capitaLStbck actually paid in and actual amount I of the surplus of the bank 00 How is indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured 00 Highest amoupt of indebtedness r any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds ioperdni- of t paidup capital stock ofTJank 00 Howls same secured 00 Doesamountof indebtedness any person company Or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual mem bers thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual l surplus Np rIf so state amount of such indebted ness 00 Amount qf last dividend 8250000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before xifeclaring dividend and was not less han ten per tent of net profits qJ thelbank for the period covered b l 14before14 ATE OF KENTUCKY itJss County of Washington JJ JccJ A Boulware Cashier of peoples Deposit Bank a Bank located on Main treet inthe town of Springfield in sayhea true statement of the c ndition of the said Bank at the doc of business the31st day of December to best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of aid Bank has been transacted at the lo named and not elsewhere and hat the abovureportis made in com pliance with art otlicial notice received from the Secretarj of State designa ting the 31st day of December iBO oij i as the day on which such report shall be made J A noULV RECashierI Subscribed and sworn to before me by A Boulware Cashier the 1st dayn 3f January 1107 CHAS M McCnono N PIWashington Co Ky t Commission expires January 8 1910pt fIt THURMAN t GL HAYDON L J ANDBHSON JSIj V j i Mofew WHO Rlye their Childrn Kennedya Lxtxatiye Cough Syrup mvarUbJy indorse it Children like it tc atie th i taste Is so pleasanLJ Contalts Honey and Tar is thet origonbl L kative Cough Syrup and t is unrivialed for the relief of crrurI It Drives thf cold cut through the bowel 0 hforni8 to the Nationala Pore Foodiiid Drug law SJld by t the Reel CosDruifStoreb t l PUBLIGG SALE- s t On Saturday January 5 1907 s atl oclock sharp on the Afreets in SprinunVld 1 wjll sell to thet iighe t bidder Without reserve by bid or limit J15 JERSEY CONSt calves and springers all pure at Bred Jerseys and first class for tto milk ad butter S come one omeall and get you a pu e bred- erseyinilkcpw at nuctfai N B MC LASKY Jit t M Campbell AirtiopeirL CarrIG Ration gertainlyrooms of Kansag but Ballards EloreS hound Syrup has smashed all records in6uluenzaC H Horton Kansas write I haye never found a nndiqine that Uld cure a cough go quickly as JBallards Uorehound Syrup J haye ed it foe years Sold by the Red ross IugStore I Rw Jlr Thr JU4IM ofr w I r ItWortht- nveling jj a long distance i to have your teeth extracted 1 Without Pain or Danger w All work guaranteed ii- w w L G CRUME D D S Bardstown Ky wi v tJ 3 3 333 33t3 3 Seallnir Wax yrsisi Rlrliijr- a The old familiar string tied around n parcel is to give place to sealing wax An uptown grocer vouchsafed this In formation the other day when Instead of ttying ip a bag of cranberries with a string ba folded the edges of the mouth neatly together and dipping a stick of red sealing wax Into a small gas flame near by clapped It on the- bajr effectually seating It uitR all done in a sacond you see rte said Just touch the stick to your package and shove It across the couu ternJ bother with groping for a string then a whole minute wasted In tying up the bundle while other customers are standing around looking 1m patient Sealing wax Is just as cheap as string too and It makes n neater hniidlor parcel The druggists first be gnu this business of using sealing was for fastening packages It proved to be a good thing and now dealers In other lines such as stationers confectioners and tobacconists tire taking lip Mlie practice Manufacturers of string are already feeling the dropping oft In the of their product and are beginning to view the advent of wax with alarm But I clonfsee vbat they are going to do about It unless they turn their cord age factories Into wax plants rite Lion of Venice They had a live lion In Veulce once That was In the great days of conquest They dedicated him to St Mark and gave him a glided cage In the piazza He licked oft the gilding and died It was thought that St Mark had he been pleased by the lion would not have let him be killed even by kindness The senate passed a decree that In future no live lion should be brought into the city The cage was taken and sunk in the Adriatic and is there still I Suppose SCeycr after that ancient decree of the senate was a live Hou seen hi Venice but In the fifteenth century on n certain Michaelmas morning and In the Campo San Zaccharla was seen a live imltatioiv lion and thenceforth always on that day toil in that place such lions abounded aiyl one of them at lleast was there on that day this 3ear Max Beerbphm In London Mail HOTT Hairpins Are Blade For ages the English and French controlled the manufacture of bnlrI pins and It Is only within the last twenty years that the goods have been produced in other countries to any extent The machinery used is of a deli cate mill Intricate character Jis the prices at which the pins are sold ne cessitate time cheapest and most rapid process which can only be procured by automatic machines Tlie wire 1s made expressly for the purpose and put up In large rolls which are placed In a clamp and carried to the machineS while being straightened This machine cuts bends and by a delicate and Instan taneous process sharpens the pplnta Running at full speed It will turn out 120 hairpins every minute To economize It ft necessary to keep time en gines going slay and night fJcivn fir Ilunamrr In the upper house of theltuhgarlan parliament various religions of the country arp represented by prominent church dignitaries There arc about Jws In Hungary but thereligion not having been officially recog nlztHl until 1803 It has never had n rep r eimtstive In the house of lords Tho iiatittelialUy of Tolua hits rallej thin fact to the attention of the government ftd has asked that steps be taken to ward Jewish representation It Is 1J- e1Icll that In cbnaoquciicc of thU pe tluou a rabbi will soon be named for a litee among the peers It wIll be dif dealt however to find a man wito will u rccfptable nilke to tIle Orthodox nud the Uerarnal Joys anJ as both wings sire officially roeogmmizetl two rah his one Orthodox and one Reformed wily be named jvitn 1reclnuH TcnU Treen The chief wealth of the forests of ava at the present time consists In tho wood of the teak tree which Is ex Urslvely employcil for naval construc Hon The trees mire ordinarily cut when they have attained 1n eorI boUt fifty ycflrs and n height of be tween ulxty null seventy foot Tho erhes most esteemed has wood of a rown color possessing a greasy tech l ing to the touch Since 1SSO the teak has been cultivated and the cuttltigof the trees lias bien regulated by tho Dutch govrimmnentA pocullar fcaturo f the cutting designed to cause tho wood to part slowly with Its sap con Its In the girdling of the trunks a short distance above the ground two years lofore tho trees are felled Tho Is exported to all parts of Eu rope IUmbrellaMh Barnard M rhas conducted n Inquiry on behalf of the Herts com ty council at Kings Jjingley Into tho housing question It was stated that Chlpperfield it tjpk a man two years flail a house anti a woman had toI walk eight miles to her work because she could not get a lodging nenrerI In another case umbrellas had to bo held up In bed when It rained and young people could not marry because there was nowhere for them to live Chronicle Iralfte For IIopital Dr Faure the eminent French surteon haIr jnibllshod his observations resulting ffyrn his visit to the United tates The magnificence of the opt rating rooms of our hospitals aston hicti him tIm one In Mount Sinai hos ital in row York city being the hand Bom st he had seen The excellent sytt tcm of jjurshig In America especially excited his admiration Kronxrit HIM to Ternui How did you get the mon tyour husband 1 froMI fl told him If he didnt get It Id have to economize by dls harglnj the- o1cCiercland J Plain Dealer 7T WASHINGTON LETTE Special Correspondence Time report of the librarian of con gross shows that the library m w con thins 1379214 books 80809 maps and Charts pieces 214270 prints art 437510 pleces of music The manu scripts bn cnot been enumerated awaiting grouping of the manuscripts Into volumes The law library contains T10CG1 volumes Time Increase of the library the past year wns3402G book1 7393 tnaps ami charts 30530 prints 27158 pieces tof music c Work of Cataloguing There were 117303 books catalpguetl during the year The work of s- alificatiomi i nQwlJelIngln rights shows that In the past U cre were 117704 articles enteredYLtlljj copyright Time receipts from the right office amounted to 80108 the expenditures to 7550256 showing a balance of 4GQ541 in favor of heat office AVoinnn Called For Jory A woman was subpoenaed for Jury service the other day for tlie first time In the history of the supreme court of jLe District of Columbia u 3 rF Scott was the name on the subpoena a formidable looking docii mont issued In the name of the presi dent of the United States and wi Miss Scott presented herself for jury service the officials of the court were as greatly astonished as she hail been when she received the summons They waived her at once The mistake oc curred because one of the bailiffs in consulting the city directory for nun for jury service found that of M Fan Scott manager Miss Scott Is a ir ty young woman although she Is a manager nnd will not again be called ou by the United States to do jury ditty Year Ilhethe coinage was lesd during time lustI year than for several years previous owing chiefly to the exhaustion of the stork of silver bullion The total of domestic coinage wag 107371035 pieces oT the valuetof 210747 Of this 5SP02 97 was in gold coin 401G3US was hi subsidiary sil ver coin 2302jJ7 was in nickels and 895884 Was in one cent pieces There was also a coinage of 2XX0000 pesos in gold for the Mexican government 700000 fractional silver pieces for the government of Ciata lllcn 1000000 half balboa pieces for the government of Panama and I57020hcosos anl 1887 pieces in fractional silver coIns for the government of he Philippine Islands InUntnuU POI President A brass inkstand from French ma chinery left on the 1st lining ajul a cana of black palfn woOd within etablc ivory head have been lreibpt1i to President Iloasevelt by Chi ilrShouts nu behalf of the employees oCat time Isthmian canal commission TIme wooden base of the inkstand was made from n railroad tie used by the French in the early days of Panama canal construction Exposition In Vn lilnarton Joaquin Miller the poet of the Slor ra left With th president n few days ago a long written suggestion that the burning of Washington In 1S14 be celebrated In 1914 by an expo silica In this city AYc oiiSht to have a big cclobra tlon said Mr Miller to show the world what we have done In a hun dred years Weve built a capital and a grout city and we have made the greatost prdjrrew pf any country In the world We ought to show the nations blithe earth Just what we have doth For Public Unlldlujju Senator Iloyfcurn vropo es thatl the government shall at onco puhase all the laud between Pennsylvania flue the Mall the Capitol grounds andt Fifteenth street and that s over11or ment buildings are npedoil they slmll lit erected on this land In the moan time he proposes that the laud ttlmll cleared and added tp the parking spitt0 or tthe city Houator lloyburu proposes that 0Iutter nil government buildings located In thus city shall he erected upOmmthi IJtthe laud amid shall be of such harmoufous architecture anti arrangement as to make the government buildings a com hlnntion of nil tlrt1 In hoflntlful nn adequate to the wants of tho service tree ta Itc Acquired y A bill to aecompHxh this ptirjwse hn been Introduced In tho senate by Mr Hepburn Thin properly to be purehas od Involvt3 twentytAVo squares and five reservations that contain 2022101 square feet of land Time government nOwons within tho art n indlemmtc Irtiid aggrogatlng lOSiHO toetcow prlsetl In five square together with tfio HaymarXet square the Center Market square and streets and parks t 1For00000 Is apprdprlntwl by tbchlll It Is provided that the soeietary of 0mei rnaKury hall purcliMw the tatul as soon as prnrtteable ntt pricoe to 1iagreed upon between the ecrjtry of treasury and time ownoniof the hind heprice not exceeding Its nt tu iiie tash value i In time event of the failure ta Hgroo upon plco or Iniul time attor flies general to ln Utit yra WMllnga for contldmiintlon of time in the HMpromo court of tim District In order tlsat the goveruuMJiit may acquire It tt Is provided that In such proc o1ln the value of the html and of the bullil Ings shall be separately estimated CAUL SCHOFIELD fuim or VIer I wonder what the poet meant when ho said Blessings brighten as they take thrlr flight remarked the curl ins man Perhaps he meant single blessed ness replied the man who was un happily married Houston Post UcBlnulntr of the Trouble Mrs Newed DIil you really mean It vhcn you said my pies were just like hose your mother used to make Newed Yes dear And you know I an away from home when I was a t loyHDqtroit Tribune PreferM lcrtetiul 3Iolmi wKhmllyle nlan You like going o school lOllt you Small Boy Yes but I dont like toppin there when I gets there Tat en lat f roLInllJDY lAR I a Isr ii PrEliI riirni- i1t i RSheriffs Sale For FORTAXB 1ndBy virtue of taxesJ1iThthe State of Kentucky and tjieounty of Washington for theyeatss indicated I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY JANUARY 28 1907 offer for sale at the Court Housdoor inSpriugfi Kykeicoperty de scribed below or so much tHereof as will satisy the tax and costs SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT No8 John Edelen nonresident town lot listed at S100 tax arid cost for 1006 t340 Jim Key enlot listed at l0f tax and costs for 1800 8541 Caroline Edelen 5 acres of land list at 75 tax and costs for 19QO 5300 Catherine Colemanf 1 acre of land listed at 35 tax and costs for J900- p27o t Mollie Coleman a ie of land listed 850 tax and costs for 1906 8218 Mary Brown 4 acres of land listed at 73 tax and costs for 1906 83CC SPRINGFIELD DISTRJCT NO 10 Evaline MoChord 4 acres land listed at S100 tax and Costs for 1906 340 Mrs Bill Mitchell o acres land listed at 200 tiix and costs for 1906 470 I lenMartha Montgomery 3 acres land listed at SIOO taiand costs 340 KELJASHOP DISTRICT N011 John Armstrong 116acres of lanal listed at 1150 Balance on tax for 19C6 and cost 1442 taiJencosts for 1906 502 ctJoe Hal 40 acres of land tax and costs for 1006 5532 i Mrs Jafck Best 10 acres oflan- listed at 100 tax and costs for lOOt 140 Settles 20 acres of land hs IIais 350 tax and costs for lOOt 8710 George Thompson acresof land listed at 50 tax and costs for 1806 S445 John H Hagan fc Son 3 acres o land listed at 5Qtax and costs ft r 5445 Ann Hardesty 8 acres of land listed at 75 tax and costs for 1006 53 06 DEPUTY BD MASTERS LIST NorthDLstric- tXbhiiWarnerll acres of land listed at 81 10 tax and cost for 1003 302 Hondren District Martha Cok r 20 acres of lahd lis tee atS7O tax and cOSts for 19C6 29 J S OSBOURNE SW C ortbDistrict I By Ed Masters Deputy listedanSIlO taxes and costs for the years W02 1903 1904 1905 S15ll Kelly Shop J S Qsbourne Deputy Mrs Jack Best 10 acres of land tax andcost for year 1905 S 275 BYRON CROAK Ex S W c b LcilSitjr Ot Young Stcnrnti HihiK ijb Boston took oil utf Brown hl did roommate at PIJUf toll lie found him and after 4rtimeyotllictl Mrs HOn thnt he would do o Stoarnc after lib arrival at ttju Brown home hud luring been intro tltireJ to hi3 hoalwu and time two Brown ramigtorWaged tire and four rppocflrHy bcssa that the childrou JJie n Ho we Jo Itavo dinner with thee famUy Mr BroWn eoiwentcJ ba- tuk4ocnt7nt tto wbUpcr SQKO words warning and cstawal tohw offspring raparvlUig tUfir emlnett table 4trhfw chiMraii tb ukl we arts l so i hvc Ire Pmain for dessert l you iurtut Uice It or say any thing vLci U U serrctl Act Just ns If yen had It every ciaj The young Bro TUT nccjncd to graup ilibal anl dinor progressed bountifully until tha toe cream vas brought oh the tntilo when with an nceompnnylng rntnpUin of fork nud spoon tho two burst Inta a Concerted stecsctoclmnut Oh we have Itorriday Wo have It ovry dayll We have It ovry duyImnr3rsWeekiy A Candid Avoival Do you think you will be able to covvert ti miwwes tar your wnyo tliUkh1b SJor glunt tooirtuiy of US statsmcn nfo giving ore attention to converting Jip mrs when wo oiucbt to bo trying tj kOCh from l cfeilldBg ouraclvc 1WItIOIl 9tur sat IIf am nngry ItrEflek gUhl the prrtty girl riIhs WQtciiitl 6f bhi8lKH il I oldy ffriyia ht kiss through revenue U r tOal l me trc Qrige 1 laush cltkel lucky yyuii 111 in wbut lWl t ChJirgo News J rolled Asalu JIII Dinkle Sny I wnrit f tthl you somo thlng my little boy g it oft yesterday BufferOut It out old man 1vo hoard it before My boy got It cit cekno Not a Bird Lover Whnfs the trouble hereFjisked the police lieutenant who with half a doz strapping bluecoats had rctsponded a riot alarm 1II Its a scrap In that bird store said bystander Something fierce too he dealer was trying to sell a stork to j n noftrtment llou e Janitor Chicago I sWINTER C sfcck o- tMns Cothing fVVto everbody Over oitis Suits We especidlly invite the Ladies to inspect Sur of Cloaks and Raincoats We take special priJe incur hoe Departmentand dwill guarantee good values for tbe money both in Men and Ladies Shoes Grundy Mlntire 00cxroooo 00000 OOOOOOo oQIfQ A Big StockI f J I 0of FurnitureS tl At From which to selecii ClirmirskKeekers Tables Bed Room Suits Dresser 9 8 Pine Rugs = g 8 ctigsall and qcality frcm 75cents up 2 Come andstfi my fine jardirieres and pedestals g2 0 Anything in furniture liao ybu want I canburaUh and saye ou money 8 Trade at Home g And Save MoneyI W E LEA CIIMA N V THFURMTURB MAN 8 fOOOOOOOO OOOOO 0 ooooG9c 8 Barn ss i Repqiring Neatly and promplly done by an experienced Workman V ffflarges Eeasoialel GeoBG o Taylor j Tho Evangelists Wit r TliA late Sam Jones the faraofi crtH ollst was firm believe hi lifo insurance As an lJidcndC of tilts he carried one of time lair gest policies in Georgia On one oc cation Mr Jones preached a nota frequentlyImisof his text and interpolated certain remarks in regard to the IxmcSts of life insurance iAftert- ime sermon an apathetic iftdividuar approached Mr Jtjncs and said IMr Jones I hev allus admired ydr hev followed yer words an tried ter in the stay yer pointid out companyHow Well replied the apathetic cue yer spoke of tIme benefits ofjjfc iu rharIprovideQuick flash the noted qvan geliat siid Thats trnc Time Lord is mcrj pqorliousesfor lMember of Fonr IIUMdre a Leper Tlint there ore moro than 100 weljj defined eases of lcprosyvln New Yprl S today nnd tlwt well known raembeW i of the Foil Hundred him wpJld vclopea case of time lisP21 ta tjio star tling statement pf Dr A S shmcal bust known authority ollleprosy t a r r until now we lhave StylesandPrices si5t hI t and wiih style apdJfit i stdsk x f a 5 t c v ci j make a si f sizes the J I f c r a fact t letter I live a I t n t Arj Arncrrcrn Fcoled In Poland Ior 5WO an Arpcricani a atctir- laid the luck to pick up inian old carfftiitf shop id Poland a curious rcntisranco piece ot furniture in iron apparently soaib fort of niin i Utarc ttfbprnaelc having srnah1flnt coiitntils and a gra if ult shaped 1ctrpoa The dealer supposed that i II h 3bccan5cdfor4ho ccjebnitibrt- of tt Jftcislr rites in jrlvatq housSa ann limes pf pcraesafcion IlmeSt curb pore every sign of age nOel thc n itcar totfght ife and patij in ra JliC tL loner IiI his colicationstfLag ci4zm1 comp to Paris anti tajjT- a heejoetre underground for time JhiekiJ l replc2scZZQ TJC 5000 curio was time irpart offi nayiirtlielotclroe t btc j raischhic iParis Letter A Lrajl IIohhrccr Jntjro9tfaig ixTfticuIars have bean JJifW fey ttime Dutch persalotzi i 1I r rt Ifiilt enum1h mnaitcrof lluriguagea This + fran not aboaj fifty years jof age Engli3lmFrnclm jItnUnuJj brew and Sanskrit nndiis able to de S ftff cipher Jicroglyphics and cuneiform I fmaarJp ions lip has alsoa nowli t oilgc ot cosmp raihy astronomy physics the history1 of art and Tail fliias other sciences qna can write Greek poems f t J Potato Billiard Fjls v Maijigr persons wiirTbiirprised Oi Idarrfi that tha potatpr isVtised in V Vrnnceiin tlmcm1nuMetnre of 1inii titipn tnccrschfutm pipes and mar 1qtalo frlulionenoughf 1J ftrong pressure they become cplitl ouougli to he turned intoSbilharil baIIqtwt fT A Jekr ftt is +rMerciscmmta outey7 1j i Bimeem Whiy be IadaRia tmtn with e kire TMt aryA 1L I t fttifsetl the my HiI he 1frJ iiiiMa when lao taLrhu1a J LmSL PrXTRACTEDPr ii i WITHOUT PAIN 1M viwga Block JIp stalra t- itJlGW1LD KY rIAll b0t1 tl Work Strictly Firitcl si V L Y3 r DRJ C AfuDD1 Ltr Pj iciIDlid Sngeon 1 ifc Office over Haydons Drugstore j Jlt Lampton MOt- V orrtCe ill Operaliouse 8 Office PAeR e SJiJ Resilience U1r W F GRIGSBY- ATtORNEYATLAWj oac over peoples Bank KYSPRINGFIELD r B JRoBARDS M W HYATT = BoBARPS HYATT Ii Jj Physicians j ind Snrgcons I Office over McElroy Sbultz DTI t J H HOPPERt t t f PHYSICIAN lndSO GEOlft PHONES Office Over Vojfice 97 Hasans Grocery 4Resldence7l4 rDr W W Ray- S PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONt Office over cw Hagans gror c ryr- opposite Piesbyterianv 4church Phones Office 175 I Residence 112JJ ft JOiHN Y MAKES I fyjfEfiAL OIKECTOR AND UESED EMBALMER- ft TEtEPHONE DAY ii NIGHT 74 p i SPRINGFIELD nff Ralroad Schedule i qJlo1irg is the time schedule noV in effect on1the Bardstow- IandSprlDglieldbrtch railroad No41Leayes Louisville at t T s L 410 pm Baidstown Junctloi I i 502 pm Bardstown1 552 pro arrives at Springfield 645 pmtt S No 42Leaves Sprjngfield atf530 am Bardstpwn 617 a m Bard 10wn Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction Bardstown 1115 am930 am arrives at Springfield 1240pmt lo44 Leaves Springfield i2O pm r Bald town 230pmI 4 Bardstown Junotion 435 pm t arrives at Louisville 545 pm Iso 00 Sundays onlyLeaveb Springfield at 715 amBards Sib town 8 am Bardstown Junction- 49tr am arrives at Louisville 935 imS2 Ko 91 Sundays only Leaves Lo ais ville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards town 753 pm arriveS at Springfield iJB25pni I10 ioaccuSIVhie15S Wdwish to statelto our friends throughout the tobacco growing t lsections that we are not connfct I ed directly or indirtctty with any other warehouse or ware l J house companyS We conduct a aStricUynde t I Warehouse 01 pendent Tobacco r Commission Business and ret4i i pectfully solicit your patrona P 01 A BRIDGES Cq Proprie tors Pick tTotacco Warehouse J Lo inilV 408 mo FRESH BREAD tLI c ROLLS AND CAKES 1 Baked DailyS f4A1wayMj good always fresh We ve a Baker who is an aj at making good things SiX Lwtvts ef Bread fir 25c Hertliens Cdnfcctionery THE illKAS WONDER t Cares all Kidney B adder and BbeuHSjitic troubles slid by ail driggistsr or two months ireataa Dt l Tmail for 1 Dr t W UlI 926 Olive street S LwiUi 8bttl for Kentucky eathnouials IODftIu KMMf mad Blaster Hlfki 1A v- vI I TOWN fIPifiWt mnTli i Locn1l Happenings of Interest I The Freshest and Latest 8 I AH AboutYeprelr FrIends I and Acquaintances 1 BrCClawarbuggytoilsale Hamilton Rob tsor WANTED Wanted td buy a good milk cow Jersey perfered Inquire at this office Fine bronze turkeys for sale Wright and Owen strain JMrs W HJLeachman BpI ibgfield Ky QMr B D Lake the real estate man sold last week for LB Janeshis75ecrefarmtb Ed Elery at SS2 50 per acr- eJs Henry bffutt sold to Steve Wheatly 133 acre farm at 22 per acre The sale was made by B D Lake tl11rear estate man t 1 Stomacluosing wilt not cure catarrh Breathe Eyomei and its germ killing air will cure the disease Toe Red Cross Drug Store sells on Guarantee- ij JU FOR SALE My fine 8 yearold rack Has proven himself toe one cf toe best breeders in he county J T MONTGOMERYj Frederickstown Ky j The second quarterly meeting for the Springfield charge will be beldfnext Sunday at the etho3ist church Rev S G- helby Presiding Elder will preacn and administer the sac of the Lords supper Mr 0lirer Gribbins and Miss Rosa Montgomery were 1rri d on Saturday before Christmas in Grundy McIn tires store Rev W H Wil liams performed the ceremcny and H M Grundy acted as best man The McElroy farm on the Lebanon road was sod atpublic sale by the heirs of R Y MeEt roy on last Saturday Mr R ff McElroy was ihe purchaser att 6185 per acre The farm contains 356 acres and is well improved Mr Chas D Robertson has bought an interest intbe drngI businessof OJ Haj donMr Robertson was fdr several assi ciated with Mr Hayd yearsI the business but has been or about two years Their many friends wilt welcome a return of the old firm WANTEDGenfleman or llady to travel for Mercantile Rouse of large capital Territory at home or abroad to suit If de aS1fheldqnartersaS1f Springfield Ky 517 Mr G H Bopn stenographer for the Railroad Commission who wrote 2950 word on a postal card as related in our last issue has exceedel that record and last week sent in a card containing 3025 wrds Mr Boon has not heard the result off the contest as yet but con ifidently expects to capture the prize with his last achieven nt Miss Willa Whayne daughter of CotndMrs R E Whavnp of Texas and Mr Lynn Brad shaw were married at the hme of the brides parents yesterday arternqonat4 ocJockRv J W Campbell officiating The groom is an industrious young farmer and both the oung peQ pIe have minv friend who wiSh them much happiness Mrs NannieWa1leT met with an accident onJlast Thursday morning that may render her a cripple for the remainder of her life Mrs Walker had stepped off of the back porch ot her home on Grundy avenue wht n 1she flipped sustaining a very severe injury to her hip joint Owing to her extreme age and feebleness it is ddubtfultna the injuryj may ever be repaired Tbe Peoples Deposit Bank whose statement we publish toy declared a semiannual dividend of 5 per cent and car ried2OO1Yto the surplus The spleolid showing of the bank asinicated by a careful exami natioii of its statement is the rewad that always follows hones j gement and faithful wor The men connected with Jh k Hem to take th1 sam tinteitinv its affairs as inlheir TOPICS i INPl MOO own iindividual business H R Thompson S J Anderson and H E Case ell successfall busi ness men have been added to the board of directors f The Red Gross Drug Store gave 0 guarantee with the last 50 boxes of Miona stomach tab lets they sold and have not bed a single customer report dis satisfaction Ask to see tteir guaranteeS S We invite the readers attention tonhe remarkably good state ment made by the First Naupnal Sink it has paid its stockhold ers a dividend of 5 per cent ad ded5 per cent to its surplus paid all its expenses and still asI undivided profits left exceeding 3000 Weknow of no other bank in this vicinity that has made a record to excel this one Struck by Train Howard Mann the 16 year old SOB of Mr Bii Mann who lives below Valley Hill was struck by a train at toe crossing near 5 S Barbers farm Tuesday Afternoon and dangerously and perhaps fatally injured The young man was crossing the railroad ith a v agon and teamS whet an extra freight train cam upon him Bud struck the wagon with full force The yoang man was thrown a distance of abput 50 feet down an embinknvnt He was baaly cufrabout the head and otherwise injured The horses were both badly cup pled and the wagon totally de mohshedDrs Crum j and Hyatt attended the injured boy nnd think lie hasa chance to recover Pleasant Affair fi That was a very pleasant atI DrsllRuBaBardS fit1t on the evening of Dec 22 Plates were laid for eighteen and the dinner was served in eight courses The decorations were green awl white vith pink carnatio s as centerpiece The cusine wasI all thai an epicure could Dr J H Lampton acted as tjastmaster and tthc following tCItstswere responded touOu Profession Dr H C Me Chord A Doctqr of the old School DrJ J tkcfie1d Mpdical Schools of the Day proPo Richard Taylor Past proIftssiol1Things to Bit toDr S J rfrnnck The toasts were all hitfhlj entertani g anir nstruct i erJ1hefull list bf guests is as follows Dr P Rjcbafcd Taylor Dean of the Hospital College of Medicine of Louisville Dr R C vicChord Lebanon DrJ J Wakeneia Bloomneld Dr J N Shehm Maud Dr W E Orume Frederickstuwn Dr T A us- byTksDr W R Thomps n dtnd W T Barn u Mactr ville Dr t xyW Ray JHLampton J Ji1udd TJ3 Hopper W F TrutJ g f Smock To M Burton and Mr 0 J Haydon Aged Man Dead Qwirig to the fact that Lm the local press correspondent at f 41s Ay lot to chropnicle the sad death of my aged and be loved grandfather Mr Jumjs iTiomas Haydon ho did at itibe borne olbisdaugh or Mrs J1A Tatum of this place on afler19ufferjnotis ulcardtious for eve r months The deceased wrs porn on segt 15 1820 in the wide fameJ Lincoln caoiu ne r Litsytnis couny and spunj the whle of hi life within the borders of his native countyt He was married in 1851 to Miss Anna Elizabeth Goatl of thk county to which union six children were born Mrs W F Moran and Mrs T A Tatum the only two of whom tsurvwo him His wife proceeded him to the grave in 1876 He was a member of the Presbyterian church of Springfield and led a Christian lift Some twelv tnombs ago he hid the sad mis fortune to contact poSunous in fetion on his face which later developed serious cancer re sjlting in hii death Since he wascontined to his room and bed suffering untold agonies he was u patient sufferer giving ittle or no troubl when death came to relieve his sufferings REMOVAL II- e of Millinery will bremoved this building on the North side1010Mystock opposite the First National Bank ofI 5 I have a few hats that will be sold 4 I5 Less Cost 0Than Ii iS v f 1my1 JIwhich was as though he was sinking into the quiet slumber The funeral was conducted from the Presbyterian church and the interment was on Cemetery Hi I Uno Death of Dorothy McElroy Last Wcdnesdaymornincr December 26th Dorothy 18 years of age daughter of Mr arid Mrs Robert Hardin MeEt roy died of pneumonia after an illness ot ten days Death when it comes to the manor woman who has lived his or her allotted three score and ten years crmes as a release to CIUylanduponthe well spent life and the world regaids it as a nat ral ofnaItUJeaful young girl just entering upon the tthreshold of woman hood full of promise Of useful nessanswers the roll call of the Divine Teacher we a e amazed1- andawed at our utter ignorance of the Great Plan of the Di vine- Ruler r Dorothy was reaied in the nurture and admoniti n of the Lord by her parent and was a meniber of the Presbyerian church and a regular attendant at Sabbath School Her lovable disposition won her friends amo gnll classes in thecomI munity In the school she was a general fayorite with teacher and pupils and her death isj deeply frit and mourn d by a111 the schnol The beautiful flowers that loving hands placed upon the c sket bore silent testimony of the affec ion of friends upon wjhbm he fracance of a beauti orersIthemselves rest as a benedicLIi Funeral servic s were conduc jIj tams oh Th4rsyat one oclock after which the remains were taken toi Lebanon and interred t in Ryder cemetery PUBLIC SALE- On thft premises ne qurter 101oThursday JJanuary 17 1907 I will sell to lip highs biHcr the foliovm property Four good work horses 4 extra 3i year old 10 hand mare mulps 12 heed of good steer calvesl 2J ler ey cows on Icrsey lucifer hugs If all kn ds lln tof farm in r raplementscorisistihs of one 2iyirsf power gasoline engine oseNo 11 Ohio cutting box one npw Biolland feed pull one 28 inch wood saw four 2 horse wagons one 1horse vagon bind r mower hay rake harrows cultiv4trsjJruing ploS Hnd every tool needed on a farm One 30inch Huber Sepaiuipr with self feeder and stacker nttHched r ift machine is in fir t class cordiio and is Slid td he best work of any in cliine n the coun y Fouri hundred tshocks of fodder 300 barrels of c rn At thOj same time and place I will sell 52 acres of land situated on the Soringfield and Peryvilk turnpike in front of Dr DODOS house This is a very desirable tract of land located near Springfield Graded School and is very productive land Terms will be announced on day o sater br further infor mation call onor adoress f E S May eg Jr orMCMayesSl i Springfield Ky House For Sale A nice four room cottage on Eas Main Street All modern improvements For particulars enquire ot Luther A Burns ITS A GO tAThe Tobacco Pooll of the A S of E is Successfully Consumatech j 1A message from MrAClements who was one of the Representatives from this county to the great tobacco convention at Winchester on Tuesday announces that the efforts of the American Society to pooll this year crop of Burley had bern crowned with success At the meeting fo ty counties were rep esentedand 59 per cent of the 1906 crop of the Burley Pledgedjtothe says hat the tobacco grower are jubilaint over the success of rbe movement The Washington county branch of the Society was represrnted a the meeting byW C Mc Chord W A ph ments JFGregprv and FI R Thompson At a meMti g held here on asr SHturday1399 dcres of the tobacco in the county was repott- ed as signed Quite a4 number of additional acres were secured lefure the delegation left so that they fvere abe to report 50 per bertof the crop of the county as secured rr P RSNAa Miss Kate Muyes is absert from ur pot of dutyat Grond l Mclh ires n account of ill ness Misses Amanda and Grace JSisco of Bar stown have re turned home after a pleasant visit with their cousin Mrs Kate Williams x a Mr Thomas Peter s formerly of this county nowtaf Indian apolis w sa holiday visit r here last week Tbfr conditioflof Marshal John GHce does not improve Mr Mattl Wycoff also remains very sick 1r and Mrs Albert Lke re turnfiHom Riphy1Oiio Mon day uftj an extended visit with r Jativ s Mr Willain GampVll of Cin cinnati and Mr Louis Glover of Kansas City Mo are guest oJIhelr relatives Mr and Mrs S VanArsdale Mr and Ms James CChes chire of Port cotKau arrived Sunday to visit Mrs dies cb ires mother Mrs Mollie MayeSj and other relatves Mr and Mrs Jame M Car itliejs hr1Miss IsaCoivin of Ba dstown Aisited MM T D Tnp Sunday Mrs Bttie Couley of Bards tIi tho guest of Mrs J JiMoO he Watfle rrbIf Loui- svileis viS tine Leon Alien Mr Hamilton and Miss Marie M7imee of Louisville are visi ting Mr Ben Haydon and family Mrs Rapier HayrOn ofI urdiit wrj is visiiing Mrs Leo Huydon Misses FJaget Simms and Ma me Knott have returned to schoolat TTazare h after spend ing Christmas here I Miss Nell Wilcox has returned to her home after a visit to her sister Annie at St Catherines Mrs Margaret Bitis enter tamed ii h tight hand euchre Monday evening iin honor of Mr and Mrs Jam sO Cheschire of Fort Scott Kan 0 Vo hen Simms has returned to Co rbi aft r spending the hoidays with his motner T Charlie Hatdp of Shelby Ville spent Sunday here j Miss Bessie Smith of Corbin is vjfeitinsf at the home of Mr Wl Hard Thompson Will Medley 4ias returned to Danville alter as few days at home Mr C Wa t Qlements of Un lontowc Ky visited his parents Mr and Mrs G W Clements hre during Christmas John M Spalding was at home frpm Louisville Medical College to spend the holidays John R iberts who is a student at the College rof Pharmacy Louisville spent the holidays at home Mr Charles J Jeffries came in from Louisville Tuesday for a short visit 1 W S Clements of Louis ville1 spent Christmas at hIs old home bere proiJT C Noe of State College Lexington visited his mother and ober relatives here during the holidays Bcoker McOlaskey of Bloom fied is visiting his cousins the Misses Brown this week Mr John Browne of Lebanon was over Tdesday Judge j H Thurman and Mrs ThurmaI were called hope prom Hendereonvillei N C last week by the death of Miss Doroth McElroy and arrived Wed des day evening Mr S H Bishop and Miss Nora Bonta spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week in Louisville TrrMr and Mrs Robert F Sutton llava todav for Co ington here Mr Sutton has a position as railway mail agent 4ith head quartern in Cincin ai The will li ye ia CovingtJn- Mr M G Leachmin was in Louisville Christmas Will Selecmt was in Louis vilie the first of tne WN k GrandIton of Ljuisville spB it Christmas w th the folks at home Rev J W Car er and wife of I xington spent the mud iys withMr andMrs J S Yankey Mr H P McChord of Sey mour Ind spent a few days of last week with his wife and other relatives here Mr Joe Irvine of Kaoxville Tenn and Miss Susie Irvine cf Lebanon spent last Friday at l1r A C McElroy Mrs Ardie Brown has return ed from a visit with her brother Mr JJ H Mayer of Datille Mr Howard Nelson has re turned from a visit to his brother in Texas They like the tastes well as maple sugar is What one mother wrote of Kennedys Laxative CopRh Syrup This modern cough syrup is absolutely freo from any opiate or narcotic Coutains Hooey Tar Conforms to thcNaatlonal Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by the Red Cross Ortfff Store Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of the late L H Sey are hereby notified to present same properly proven to me at my home at beaville Ky on qr before Feb Jt 1Q07 Edgar Seay Admj istrator 3t L H Seay STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Springfield at close of business December 31 1903 r OyeCESrLoans and Discounts 236409 91 U S Bonds oooqoo Banking House and Fixtures 500000 Overdrafts jrfL V r 6376 93 Cash on hand due from jBank 3 oi I 3c7i0S 27 Capital Stock g 5000000 Circulation 50000 00 Surplus 2750000 Undivided Profits 1 3133 08 Tax Fund 761 9D Building Fund 1000 00 Bill Payable 8000 00 Depositsi i 196712 I 337i0827 Gross earnings past six montbsL 6909 07 Bal undivided profits 4 4010 90 10910 97 Disposed of as followsjL Paid dividend No7Qof5 percent J W 2500 00 Added to Surpluses p pent 2500 00 Adled to Building FuM 310 05 Paid ExpensesJoo 2335 90 Paid Government Tax 125 W Doubtful debts charged 1474 Leaving Unaivlded Profits 3 13368 I p 110919 7 s A c MCELROY JI CashierS J PUBLIC SALEJl 1fOF I Stock and Farming Intplements fife2 c ifwtv THURSDAY JANUARY 24 1O7 jIOntbe t kbove date and on the premises three miles east 1b1C Springfield on the Perry ville pike X will sell the following aife scribed stock About 15 head pf ShbHhorn cows and heifers and two bul calves As individuals dbre 3d ls ths ti rd of Shcrfc horn is equal to any in the State i Imported Rqan Vigtori sired by Gpldens Drop Victor is at head of herd Will furnish cer tificate of registration atsale Twenty 1000 lb choice feeding steers leO stock ewes four or five buck three head ot young Jacks of the best quality Idpr 15 head of horses and mares four or five work mules Jersey milk cows and heifers etc Also all of ray farming implements and1 two good wagons and gearing A lot of corny hay and fodder J Sale to begin at 9 oclock Dinner on the ground TERMS All sums fS20tlnd under cash Ili Sums over 20 12 months tune will be given Interest from date Security rei quirt d of purchaser it R H MCELROY IiBUCKEYE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE C I 717 East Water St Cincinnati Ohio tW A BRADFORD GOr v WA Bradford Tandy QiikcnKcrry ft INDEPENDENT i Does a strictlyi commission business interest of pa1rona Ctef t 1i fuly guarded Three months free storage We give to all ship tpers 150 per hogshead for all tobacco consigned to us arJcL equalize freight with LouSvUle We re8pecfully soP t yYurtti I busing Phone Main 681 tI I A WfMOVD T BRWDSHOE FOR EVERY FOOT livE BIG FIGTORIES We make every style of shoe that is worn That is one reason why we- cian give you better value fr the- money in Diamond Brand shoes than is possible in ffactories making one kind of shoeonly f iiiwe operate five largfe plants subdivided into seven f spedalty factories cveiyinch of leather can be utilized in tStome department and we are enabled to grade our leather to produce unformIy the highest quality without waste Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand SHoes WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MOUSE IN THE WEST A LOST COW IN SICILY The Italian government cam to the eon usion some tiineago that too many official free telegrams were forwarded ivithin tlYe Tjing Oom The number qjt tliese roes sages was in orte year 2437419 against 10444000 that were paid for whereas Germany had enly 1J200000 free telegrams to 35000 t1Jc1proportion withstanding the edict a Sicilian prefect sent out the other day 300 telegrams stating thatn certain person who was himself had lost a cow and requesting that she be return l to the owner This dispatch was Eent not only to SicilianI stations but all over ely A socialist gournal got wind of the remarkable proceeding nncf made so much ado over it that the government ordered an investiga tion The prefect explained that he had intended the dispatch for SicilyI only and never thought it forwarded across the water which the cow was certainly not likely to swim but it was deemed ddvisable to make an example and he was mod 507 lire Managing a Russian Vance Thompson the successful magazine writer and novelist on his recent return from Russia where He went to gather material forhn article upqn the dounia for Every bodys Magazine was asked how lie managed tp get along without knowing the language Mr Thomp sort said one had not the slightest difficulty in making his wishes un derstood in Russia v Tor instance when I wanted togo to a cerjtaiii place I would jump into a drdsky If I wanted to go to tho right I would kick thedriver on the right leg If my direction laid to tile left I would kick him on the left leg ILray inclination lledl me straight hmd the Jcick was placed in his back When levanted him to stop I simply pulled Jiis hair li is really a most satisfactory system at least the Russiansfind it so 1 am thinking of innovating it here myself in Parish MA P in America 1 i She Caiii A neatly drostd D came tindlynt the ial Ho4 Gotham in 2W York a lew agfrank Vjntt the 2 prieQrJlap to i br pa iQ He wtti d1A 1spoxtj to ner Jc5oog mbrningi Good morning sir 5to you in tend to stop herety es sir I thuinkso AhsaidIr Bennett JAdth his courtliest owffusfc step lover here mud sign your nnme to the register The ypung wdman walked across and signed her name 4haveYesJ sir A mans bringing it in nowlJDo you intend to stay long Ji hope so sir You ieee Ive just got a job in the linen room and I wouldnt like to lose itJ Saturday Evening Post Bridegroom With Gf Judging by the pictures in 1tlie t J society columns most every nlUi f ifgJassesWhat iis stranger still twothirds v 1 of the ushers and best men are also bespectacled Newspaper illnstra tions fa score of weddings that I have studied in the last few weeks represent the principal male figures as adorned with glasses That raises an interesting question Is It only men with defective 1 rush into matrimony or 10nI r other hand is it only th eyes are sharpe cd blartj that can appreciate the beautii Qr the up to date woma1JJc York PressIt German HM Marshzfs The German army now haffrlic side the Empero Francis Jpscplt and the Duke Arthur ofSfour field marshals general Prihcb1 1 Leopold of Bavaria Baron yon Locs V Yon Hahnke and Count yon Has- ajeras well as eight major genSiralsGrand Duke iFrecleri t o linden the Princes Ludwig and Ar null of Bavaria Count yon Schnief fen the hereditary Prince BernhaTt of Sax ciningen the hereditarySGrand Duke Frederic of Baden j 13r it nest Edler von der Planitx amdpa car von idndequistr Mvd LilMh rue feat of moving a fktJMfeBC ijnout taking it apart er hllfJIJ f tlii1cfit in any way hMwctntly bees t accomplished at Ahtabjk Tjbft range light weiglijif nityftf tnt tad standingf ixty4t W Wghj 1 was placdl on a ligWiwr at0we41JSi alotug tthe riyr a JIlhotTlOt tthniuoc fcUJj ptae Ja nw site Jt1w f iitdlby the us orjf4tj aDd io1r to jid from tie Ibtev Gu y ropes d it lPplthflWhlflOYflS l jr o 114 Birthday Ii iff New y rkln haorof Grand MrEt Mtkwho lil t1ie- yt qdfl ubeidg Le detwo an J iri oiwv th hQlieWl S othe tgborboodaLye wbirh Q7 1JW Wtfai i te two v iiab d yOm at 23 t hvca Mrs 4at Eher home for jL 1 itQP of Uti old lai thai f WSI r L1w jHBOkg of her I iirjjt6wed like a beacon I tn th4jjIY lighted rqtom she 1riEdJ O fcsutf the 3li stars r CiIi Jib 4iugo blrtb k provided by the bouse E f t Wi I abfel presented J MPhiUscli of Division ra t11 J ee Its pLautidte c1ebr trjnr Gntha Marks Mri iCirkscameta this city IQWMIV RafsSn Po anJ jMkrt ago Her husband raMaiks g rubbi died tier Jbeir arrival here i seyea children Two sons 1 Mirvi e Xne of them P4t dsixtyfonr jin al Vrjnir tnt attendance on his iliifr 7hrpf her IJ Marks r l jj1fl Jiiftownne r War tp ldA lii8ii Marks was 5 feet 8 lifcii 1bhaightrin her prime F fe is cow 4 leetO and so f eble tfctlxois has to assist her when tkhe wa1ks about the rooms She fejM nojb been ou ideher turn hhtl home for several years The tfefjliDorhood humors Grandf itW Mirks iiii her belief that sshe rsesses healing pOWErS lirrmnistraticns are cxercisfd onjy lot sunrise oi unset She has ble sed mor than 1000 9u gbIIdalcoupes of he East TJSde during recfSs dance there Louis Marts keeps toe for t hs mother wjio is dep ndeat 17 I iinnrt him Isis wiih thc great feItdifficulty that tie finds lime to ekevoua cantyiJiving bysellin a tclot Ii t- Grandma Marks ji hesjed the hoosewives before th3c dar nre from her home j t r HWI this VeofFcriiOne hundred dollars re awadfor arjy case of Catarrh that LIcanriotbe cured by Halts Catarrh r SCure FJ diieney Co fft Toe o o y5V the cndersigned have known F WJ Cheney fbrth lait 35 years arid be1ievehim perfectly honorable in 1 in business transactions and finan 1 + iilally able lo carry out any obliga Ijotofi injidejbjr his firm Valdinff Khnan Marvin l WholClale Druggists Toledo 0 vf X Halls Catarrh Lure is taken in ri tcnaI1tctI1Ig directly upon the b od and mucous surfaces of the syateir TeE tnonaJs iseht free t 3 Wice7a cents ptr ootli Sold by i all druggists TJifpOals Bafaiy Pills fcr conit tfa4l ijt THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE HAS CHANGED Jl y HANDS Pof3pYcara It was Leslies Popli ar Monthly daM JrQeH h6wrotf CxLilcolp and the lamons Story Vywf iRockfelei1 William Allen 4 KansJj4 JprtFPDun e crpatdr 4Mr DoUey Ray Stannard d B Iter autfiqr of R ilicipds on 4 4tr TTialyi l and Lincoln Steffen of uTHejShami of the Cities fame ae under the leadsrship of John y ditngTgEJoAMERICAN MAGAZINE lNever before has such a bril I 4iajitjJro p ben gatherdd to- getbandJbcy are not only t contfibutii gihme1ves but are j tillinsr tlfemagtzne with the Yerybesfc nive s and hari stoies andf grtot timelyl ai ticles Jlyo r EJrf m lJ r pd b aulfnl piis by great urtfsts I The reru ar price fcr the- ef t e numbErs Qf TiThr AiIERr CAJN MAGAZINE is i120 Jistle i limitedtI mey ii can g tiio November RdDctlIJber Olnmmber jitha Ji yearls subscription 4trl Ol 1pa JOJt1i a Ap01S2 tOr Gmd Acoaloperap write I A l Jir ch UHne inJ I ear paing I ry vitht rucLtI g p fir ltaorfleE from medicine uvtirFjwgrln takfn Folcyjfl Kdn yI uetti n the rciiaTts were surprisr iig A low do Tei fcmel the brick f dwit like fine toVcAnl now I have 5Xe P in crpisf my kidneys and I iIl t3IuI 4t tias dcn t egq Sold By Ed CrsDru Ot c j iT neaJ Ebenestei Icmod Ihe prtrl dkLetofal deer iOR pep ravine on KeiVnIyiivii i r JJ deer have tiefen seen in ihU cbu cy iip many 3erre and Ibja uimIlinij bavp Jaia thf re br probably n Cf ifi u y or pet baps s ma igamja se citaid having snipped the 1rbme of its bide and meat left the bones lying wiiewtbey were foqhd or per haps th3 hart fell a victim 10 he unerringalm of an old lash ou a sYjn the Lands of Daniel Boone or Smon Keriton while these farnous explorers MEre on a scooting xpedition into this thin unknown land They may have dined surapt couly from a juicy steak cut srpnv its ribs and hen have ab aidoned tn e carcass to thafo7Is of theair and the beasts of the hum1iIl ravinesince ihiftime and dur ing all those years no sound has disturbed the qu etude except the rustlinsr of the lleaves under th rabbitts soft tread and the sorrowful1 moan of the Whan doodle at dusk awl the screech cf theiwild cat among tho cedar capptd cliffs when old Sol has sunk his glot ing face beyend the illimitable waves of the majestic Pacfic Mr Egbert brought part pfffone of one of the antlers aLdsdme of te de rs to the Herald office Saint day Har- rodsburg H0rakl Ctac GoBsliMlon Caret r One who suffers from chronic con stipation is in dahgfer of many sri FruitIi st S digestfonand stimulatestht1- 11vel I and bawCJp rcsroring the al action of these organs Commence taking itiod y and you will feel btter atoDcOrino I ax itivV fruit Syrup does not nauseatt ocgr pe and is very pleasant 10 take JR fuse substitutes Hold by the J Red Cross Drug jj tore f Regrets Notoriety Fclowirig the recount of the recent automobile accident in Detroit in which Mr Pa lAz- biligaied the Louisville Times of Monda has the following to sat Paull Azbil ol Columbia Kl v expIaiocd to his Triehds thts morning the nature of the accident in which he while riding in Detroit ran down and kilcd amy Mr Azblll r grets the noto ieiy which has rv suted from fhe accident He was riding out Wood ward avenue w th Mr acd Mr JB G Sanders ia hesr autom l drivingIran over and killed a man Mr jourl1eyuntil wnen he allowed Mrs Saunders togo to her home He then re turned to the scrne but he ifcono but the ambulance hadal ready been there and the bo1i17 removed Mr Sacders the notified the police of his part int It tragedy Lebanon Enter pjS2 1 BOWWYBHBIIIIIOHIt IWe have never heard of a single l1ce of a cold resulting in pneu mcnii or other lung trouble when 1VTeys Honey and Tar habccn ttktn It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens uc lungs Ask for Folcvs Honey and Tar arid refuse any substitute offered Dr writesIin three very severe cases of pnei monia wth fccod re snlts In every case Sold by the Red Cross Du K Store John BiJlSachelorf John Bull bachelor iJ a de l iscrription that threatens to he at distantIfuturei diepositJQn mostly to the frivolity extrafagancc and nnfaithfulness of tifc modern English wife London rutfl rSA Vhitq Cobra r Amilk white cobra some five feet llong was killed with great difficulty so fays l vernacular paper by Epmc peasants at a jhuldr near the canal fri ge on the iab reMim jTeor f T nUy Hooded snakes of thi 1 and sise are vert rare in the Punja1iore Tribznc- 1u r fi ttowjPre MAnan f JTie bowls of a collie were themcana at saving Tlioihas Asbury of Anderson jud1rom being frjseato death by the Toadsld Asbnry was riding from Kftlsbtstowu to Anderson Tlie night titirtyslxIiouwith cramps and fell from his hqrse A Tannprfl ivrttclidosr ttttracted by tlio noise of the passing horse followed It sonle distance gfrf5hls Waster tfnyikPimfora 1Ile cpl r backrt J ICT nconscloits IBCwe eiiin1ne- diitl i Icir 4ft r bai1Ia tLJAir f PUt f5cl put off Ifc cjaat nuf toioei- I1ttpitt L found thnttJ1 Ihore wr e7 slm otZ r 1i fa f wrsrr3 j wk Sp MtQlOOH MMM Most people know that if they have been ick they need ScozYs Emttl con to bring back health and strength iVi But the strongest point about Scott r EmuLsion is that you dont have to be tsIck to get results from It It keeps jup the athletes strength puts fat c on thin people makes a fretful baby happy Csbrings color to a palegirls cheeks arid pre vents coughs cblds and consum p oniiJtF00 d ia concentrated form for wpll young and old rich and poor 0z And it contains no drugs and no alcohol i1 ALT DRUGGISTS 500 AND SlOO 606606000O OOOOO 060600 IN A BARREL OF CABBAGE Russian Eed Escapes From S berian Prison In Reraarfc 111J16N9nnct NOW IN NEWS YORK CITY After Half an tours Duriai In Cabbage lie riot Away lo dShip Bound 5For Tokyo and Made Good His Flight V Jt tS Savcral thousands of New Yorks east- side Socialists are lionizing Gregory Gcrschiinln a leader ojf the Ilussinu rorlsts who escaped from SIhrlain f barrel of sauerkraut GcrscJjunln was condemned to dcrlJt ami sent to the Moscow prison with other pujsouers undor boOth fjeujcnce one of wliom was the slnyejrot SIpu cubic 4htc Uussian minister o5 tilt Iii tenor Later lie wn sturt lfor Si beria and put in a prison at Akatln the warden of which be said ruled it like an emperor nud did uot liesUate on slight provocation to shoot n nina like a dog One prisoner the ftigltive snld was ilarie Spindoiiova who hail been ar rested by a Unssiau otllcer who had tried to maltreat her suulVho while in prison shot a general who had Hogged peasants 4 Gcjrschuuln said two large under ground passngewiiys hail been dug out 6f thp iirlo2isar1 prevlpiw to hs nr rival A short while after he hal been thertf the warden were changed anl rttctlb1tuicusurci were uioltcll l to prcvwif yj cape lut linylly it was decided U take a great dunce In n j nmll stone IIIUBC about tweiity yards iron the iirisnu In vhiciwero a Cellar and subccilr tin jKfnotieis were conipoUisl Jp cut up ciibbnfrvs nail place tfINtll ia biirrcH Aflttr nr rangenjents lilfrt been made with friends outside Gorschunin wax lplncvil in a burr el and covered over witi sauerkraut Inonler tu set air a tube was 1hlieITln lijs imnth the other end loading to till top ot the bniTl t C1fer1wInti1barroI THE BABBEr WAS rv mra OUT TT v OXKltS ImJO1tlj them would do the same to the which the Rusian was concealed the other prisoners fitted a metal cap over the mans head iOct 27 the barrel In whl jh Lo 1Oil been placed was carried Into the by the prisoners HUt Ger sdrann remained there nearly Iwlf jIj com reached IneIB leader and at prearri nsed Kig he escaped from the subcollar Half a mile from the rison carrlnica were In waiting and ly the twe of many relays of horses the fugitive was enabled finally to arrive in Na gasaki on Nov 4 I1chonrclclnI steamer as a stowaway aifd ieacliotl Tokyo Then he went b honolulu I COIHomb and will mae ornl ad J extII1tcnithIlousdices STOLE SAFI3WIIILE- WIIOJLEPAMlLtSLEPT Bursars Blew Up Strong Box In Bak Yard Wit1ontyak1Jg AYbo44p 1 While ten persouffgh it peacefully the home 0f Charlc bakley Sr rth Westbury raJtnt wiifl- 1aofront uqtn gc III tthrt sm i J JLl200p J tid t jl ipis into the Jc aip5c- i r i1Q11 r thr cafe wt uvuainiic austractc l some Unltca States bonds valuable papers silver ware and Jewelry and made their es cask Not pne of the occupants ot the house was aroused and the robbery twas not dIsco rell till after daylight when 31r Oakley came downstairs In quest of hIs breakfast and found the house turned topsy turvy All the rugs pillows and pieces of loose carpet in the house had been THEY MFTED TIlE 5A1ItbN TO A TRUCK Sphered together and spread on the floor of tljio hull leading to the dining room whuro the safe stood The burglars wild hnd entered the front door by menus of a skeleton key evidently used the rugs to deaden the noise made by them in getting Jhesafc out of tho hpuse How they mafiagwUto remove the strong box flftertbey had pushed It to the front door Is a uiystcrj but it Is RumilRotl that ttlTey had kind of a truck on which they Ilftetl the safe and carted If round to the rear of the hundred feet away from the building the cracksmen who were cvl dentIy very experienced operators pro ceeded to coolly bore into the metal put iun charge of dynamite that was heavy enough to blow the door of the Knfctent feet away and leave time ioiitoiitfHt the mercy of the tthieves The thieves tOothy anticipated they tvonld getit large sum estimated to be 100000 which Mr Oakley had recent ly received Iu it real estate deal but he had banked time money In New York and the robbers were disappointed All thy found In wayof cas- hlA wa and the valuables tthkenmlncludetl- thire gold watches that were heir looms DIDNT LIKE IllS dBITUARY Supposed Dead Man Comes to Life arid Kicks About Writeup of ills Death While family WAS weopluj lie cnnsu hvIiNd beeninrtnsletl by a Clilcn luintion train wml whltti a clHlni agent WAS argiiingwIt1m his wife llinl slit lioull accept n certain sum from the rnllroad company for his denth Wll limn eiimsi1it Hammond Iud car penter jiitored Us home at hia usual home comiiis liour Wlmts the mutter with you Whores lily snppor he asked wizen be sow the mingled expressions or fear sorrow bowlldornicnt nud oy on the fxces of IllS wife and children Why this man Just wanted to pay me becntwo oie of blot railroad cugliicji iIlIHl you toilay cxplnlneii his wife vjfluli snorted Wcnzcl Ill show yoifTVlieihwIm What do yOu mean ciinlu rouml here anti iscarln my wife nntnelPUl1dtmzt1 that he had been run over and killed that coroners Jury had passed on izIi ttiso mid hunt lls hotly was lhi at Charles Neldows undertaking estab lishment In proof he showed Wchzel a coy of a Hammond taper containing n description of his dehth and teljlns 6f the Identification of his borty by friends Weiizel tore out of the house and ihnde for the undertaker He demand el of Xeldow an explanation of the olritnary notice Because Xeldow couldnt explain sntisfactorllj Wenzel started a row which the pollee were wiled in toijuell Mpnnwlille tIle man taken for Wen zel lay unidentifledl t the undertnKers WeuscI Is wondering it bad not been better that he had kept his temper and iilloAyad the claim agfeut tal settle with his wire IJrlycn i ITc She married It worthless noble nUtH SlierIlow tlid thathioppe- nIIeDespoiidcu J She was Jilted br1 her fatherst coachman Pupk iTYnopl1st1tcd1 Seen yeit erlej t l fir ileek FilCh lie caught JIzam- ol1ge JIs lpg nt bflll f1Na sIr fre3hnau ttjrt1 tl1 Express ruanruffaoi i A LIHLE NONSENSE What the Captain Knew About Old Jm Hoke ehippeainarn41 wanted to tusk yjjm if in your wanderings you ever came across an oldrsalt named Hoke WhatJim Hoke queried the captain Yes Jirii Hoke a short and broad hacked man Did he have red liaif anti a cast iwJzis eye p He did jWas his lleft thumb gone 2 f1 twas You must have met him T certainly have Was ho anything to you2 HHo was my brother sir You dbntsay Well he sailed with me olmy last voyage and I must tell you brother or no brother that Jifn Hoke was no gentle man Ho was fur fur from it Row do you mean captain Why when the ship went down we took to the yawl After we had llCefl knocking about for fourteen days we got short of grub and drew lots It fell upon your brother Jim to die forthc benefit of the rest of ut but while we were giving him time to settle his mind and prepare for the cbmge whdtdid the cuss 3o but go overboard arid let thesharks eat him up Yl aare his brother I ln1nblltImIf t vote then nm4 ere anij it was unanimously carried thatJim Hoko hoghrHlmighty Washington Post CuhL WallosSoyciuliad to work for your dinner What macle you off ttto j Tatters4Vhen I wet up to the door I didnt see any wood irisight but when T got inside the kitchen the lady was washing and she made me turn the wringer for two hours Detroit Free Press c These Girls George is awfully stuck on GracciYes and Grace will find thnt sizes stuck if she marries ilimf Brooklyn Eagle Figuratively Speaking GrecningrUaldwin says Rfe hap no hpad for figures Browning Perhaps not but he seems to have eyes for them all riglih Greening Hows that Browning He invariably occu pies a front scat at burlesque shows Chicago Xotfs The Only Difficulty Does Bliggins know anything about the stock market liYc5 he knows just rhieh way the market is going rue only dir ficulty is that he etntt tell when it iis going to startor what iit may do in the meantime v Washington Star 4 Began Late 3iise Ascitm Miss Sore toils me she is only twentythree Doesnt that eczema slnm4Ye to you Miss Viees very ftrangc It would seem tto indicate that sha vasnt born until her tehtlJt hfrtli day or so Philaddplwn PrOps Time For TIow do you likeyonr noW girl asked Mrs Wise Whyi replied Mrs Htryn df fen how dd ukgow Ir Izada neW its over a week wiicc I I2fiYOU last Houston Poll Hid Wiched it ProhaWy could die waltzing he saId Did ajiy of your partners ever cxpnets the hoptr that you wotildl site garcd after holliacl aUnof t cruihcd one of her feett by stepping oiTtt CWciifio lletonlrMtitW V30 Earhy Vett How are the new football rules going tto orkH 9Ve cant tell until the Hits of dwd and wounded begin to m- einJmnlge Fur For CJiDilrcn Caracal and Imitation cnracnl in brown grimy rra white are samethuet us9d by the dosijrner of diUdruus coap rud cuaarjr little murTs to iintch are pravllel t witli the oots Tlio email cliUCrru fns ara Iptijih lug note beln no lontur ctuflutxl to iUjbtUlsug3ttti tLi CiohieatSc cit or made or sIlky nng jti wIwrEsC- ream Vefmifuge W JIM MMIDYB MfCMDf FIln tOIC wltn ic ZMiyymw n4EUl PAWNl LfBY llarcl JHwJinleRtC f LOt4 MO 1 a J fl DO YOU G T uPtI 1 WITH A AME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost evervbddwizo rends the uews papers is sure to lknow of the wonderful curefi made by Dr LRihIi Kiliiiers Sxvainp j Root the great kid 1ti hey liver and blad ilcr remedy Il 5 It is the great nied 1Kt5al ifiumpli of Jlie II inctcenth century 4t jllsCOcrct1 after ers ci otr4uztifie research by Dr Kilmer the 5 ciniucnt kidney and bladder specialist asut is wonderftlly successful in pro npU uriuig lame rock uric acid catarrh of thc bladder and Bri ghts Disease wmch Js the worst brat of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampiRoot liSt rec ommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble itwill he found just the remedy you need II has 1eeu tested in so many ways in hospital world gad in private practice and has prove tfs succcsful in every case that a special arrangement has been made hy which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it may have a sample b ttle sent free by mail alsoa book tell ing more about Swanipllobt and how tq fiI1lJ ont if oulac kit1uc or bladder tam ble When ritimgiimeiitioil reading generous offer in this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer ffK 8 Co Ulughajnton N Y The regular t fiftjMrent and one dollar size bottles arc Home SwaapBoot sold bal1 goad druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilffersi waMipRbot and the address Bingnaifif N Y iill every tipttle ALL OVER THE HOUSE to Instijlctiou For Laendcrin Silk nnd Embroidered Artcc Articles made of silk or vhitc goods cmbroldcrdd in silk shotifd always bo wasluBft ih tepid valer with some good plain white or jpas tilesonpiA Htttc borax may bo used but there should be no ammonia in the water unlsstlie silk is naturnlly ecru in color The silk garment arc allowed to tand from twenty minutes fo half up hour ill a suds of ttppd water to which has been addedione teaspoon Xul of borax dolvedin a quart of boiling water They are then wash ed withtbe Irand ringed in two waters r put through the wringer outhaIrmind spread on a sheet and rolled up They may be prelect jn an hour or 0 The iron should be rather cool nnd there should be n clean cloth or piece off manila caper between Ihe iron and the silk- ThoKitchcn Rcngei If a ttui cis eaiculWiPed witli brown paper after cooking greasy food it pan be kept bright with lit tic difficulty Stoves and ranges should be kent free from soot in all thq compnnLmonts for if thfi ah passagesl are clogged an oven wiil not heat well It is wiser for time mistress to underitandj the practi eat working of her range unless size has exceptionally good servants foi1 mqiiy hindrances to well cooked foodwillibe prevent tll Formula For Trscs Cf6ara White wax throe jawl onehalf ounces spermaceti three and tne half Bounces almond oil fourteen ounces waters six and onehalf dunces borax thirty grain oT frost five drops Heat white repx- spennuceti and slinond oil not hot ter than y u einTl4uelu n jinger to DissblvquJorrf 13 water poigr into oil take frori thcsfoc with an egg beater Lent untill crcfimy add oil of TOre anti best ai long as pos chile FrittersI hr piHr with pepper and lemon juice and moisten with a little oil Prepare a thick frying JhiUer and sifter it has soaked an hour drop in the piefes of herring fry thorn in deep fat to a light brown flisji up on a folded nupkin purnwh with fried parsley mind serve t Heliotrope Sachet Formula for heHotrope grfthet Seven and onclMiil oijnfesof rose petal three aDd thrccfoiirths oiince of orris roott three arid h fee fou Hits eoSor lavcndor Ibwers one ouiieef tonka liean onebill f ounce of licnxoin twenty grains of tnuitk wivclrops ofrroil of bitter alwoiuls two dram of oil of wudnlwotxl forty drops of fitof iierolf +WmIlnoliuid nu npomltt afr bonrx tour poituls of bJ afidn about ttwo- pounds of uiisliclsgil lime Take twenty quarts of jiitler nl boiler put borxanl fio8f KfinlTnlo inr bOil kbout haltn hour and let it settle Take top off for dOLlies and bottle Use the while pnrt for Ecrnbbinjj fldprs anti cleaning Use one cup ful to a boiler of clothes ECS For IrtvaHds To boil eggs igr invalids bring the watdr to the boil thonttake the off the imnd etiiiuujjiui iiu place mvi cgxs in it for fiveminutes Tliis vill cook the eggs Rcrfcclly witliqut making the whittsa hftrd amid in1- Ugcstillcltis also wtSl lo oilJIi egg intended fox u ym3 thild fti this manner Trealrrcnt Fir Ltmbcjj9 For lumbago of the best agents is friction QPf it needs for its application l good sense jind care Violent rubbing of shortduration- is muselesstfhie 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