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ESTABLISHED 1fi183 JI L i1sssssusrn- i 0 NEW SEMESYQL XIV NO n ti WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JJANUARY 101907i 100 PER YEAR 1 1 I IDRTTRUSTYF PRACTICAL 00i c over Ha don Barber 1Pnta1 work atraason bleprices Allwork jr iaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY OUR DIRECTORY j VRINGFIEI I county aeat of ATashington County 52 miles south astOf Islington 59 jailes from oijyi1lebranch ol- yOijifsyille and Nashville tailroad in farming and agricultural district vto Banks telegraph and telephone V une express office flour mills lumber Jirls Popeation UOO population oft U untv ISQO- Representative m Congress Hon f i Smith god envMleKy v Representative in Keutuck Legis iture Ho W D Claybropke Representative inState Senate Hon larry Lancaster Le1fnonKv Countyr Mrctory- CIRPUIT COURT 1 Circt Court begins on the fourth htjjt in February May in4 Octo tr ffThuxmau Judgt L Durham Commonwealth At i Eobt A Noe Clerk I eommls- 1u SlV G Leachmao Master s iij V1 UARTERLjV COURT Quarterly court is held on the third iOnday in each B1onthr8 Il Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT County Cv trt meets on the fourth fonday in cch mouth y JfBL Litsey Judge WJF Booker Countr Clerk TyS Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer sldney Qebpurne Sheriff Sam Anderson iHB Powell Herbert Eddleman DcIfltiaL- d Masters James F Moore County Shrvevqi t T P OBryan Assessor WT Hitchjli Deputy t RobertsNoe Treasurer ij J M Montgomery CoroBerV J W Bush Supt of Common JehoollJ P oprlngflld 4 CITY COURT a James 1iNoe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney jJi 1 JUSTICE COUXT notice Courts are held in January- a jcfl July and October Church Directory i METHODIST CHIIBC t Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser jrices on the First and Third Sundays In each mpnth at 11 a m and 730 pm Sundycl1OcleVerY Sunday atlO am Prayer S1te1ng evcry Wednesday apL CATHOLICCHURCH Bennessav Pastor Scr RevPF Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock Ticeswverr Lm Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH 111R vW TWttldtn latter Seivil ev cySufldiT JPJIB3BYTEEIAN CHURCH JPreachlng every Sunday at 11 am Vap3t 7 punday school every Ofay at to an3 Priyer IrEHin Y 1fy Thursday evening aU o iUoo J BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison V iUis v Past Preaching every Sunday at 17 am ad 7i45 pm Sunday School every iindafat 939 4m Prayer meeting errrTUeSdaV evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Order MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No 50 meetatnrBt and third Mouday si tack month- Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets on very iourth Monday XKIGKTS of THS MACASSKS Meet ftcrmo AR flu original LAXATIVE utb rMidy1 Tor cough bold throat and Itusjf ffaronbk JTo opiates JToaalcoholic- Q 4 for er tybpdy Sold Tery where Tbe jMtUffM nTAiai Y Ubwp ekaf et1Ntitttt 1tNtt BWWl only py Fotoy I pontiMmyV Chl aco ForSale byRel CrtssDrgs ore r r I THE NE S LEADER r 1 j4 wHW ihuJ iWIW 1 ft A ROUND Of TALK 1MMi It1 MeSC CS WMWSM M 9 Everybody Skins the Farmer Everybody skins the farmer Such an easy thing Easy summer jas in winter And in 11orSpriug There is never any let up Neer a halt begosh Evrybody skins the farmer And thats no josh Grafters have a tired feeling Toil is a thing they hate 13the farmer e mssoWilUng To bite their wretched bait Rockefeller Swift and Armour All know where to try Evrybody skins the farmer And th tR no lie Party crook anc public grafter Scheme an pious fraud Eachjn his own way is after A chunk of the farmers wad But theres a sure way tostop it A bright and hopftfrttlelm Join the med of Equity And thats no deaniUpTo Date Farming fAT UPON We notice that 9 the tobacco men at their meeting at winchester last week did not take kindly to Hon James Andrew Scotts anarchistic suggestions made in a speech before the convention Hon perlhapsJ vuntamed attack on the tobacco trusts and itS agents and sug kesteJ tar and feathers and a few other things for the trust buyers Instead of endorsing any suchsentiments the growers very decidedly sat upon the Hon James Andrew by passing resolutions condemning the useI of any violent methods iiL their ghtfor organization and against the trust and its methods TheI promoters Qf this movement are doing well to promptly suppress any suQhfeelirig for a resort to violence wilL prevent ijs success more surely than anything else The American Societyof Equity as we understand trjS an organ izBtion founded on business prin ciples arid whose object is to secure for the farmers by peace ful and perfectly legitimate means fair any quitable prices for his commodities In every organization however there is always to be found a few hot heads and irresponsible parties who should be carefully looked after lest they stirup trouble and strife The recent outrages at Princeton Ky which resul ted in the burning of some property of the tobacco trust did the cause a good deal of harm for the reason that the recent agita tion and organization among the tobacco growers was held to be responsible inasmuch as it served to stir up a few extremists to take rash measures The manage of the organization will do well to promptly Biscdurage any such feeling 0f Ty EEPiNG UP The demand jJDt fW homes in Springfield is stiil strong notwithstanding the fact that new houses are being built evjery month The predic tion has been frequently made during the past two or three years that the time w sat hand when the supply of dwellings in the town would exceed the demand The predictions oTIi these pessimStic prognosticates has however faled to material ize and the town continues to giQW boh as to the number of Iaouses and in population More ouses are beingp anned for the coming Springandmore families are heaped this way tfiw tto Cure hllblalnsI 110 enjoy freedom from cbil blah s 0writes John Kemp E ist Oisfield Me I apply Bucklen s Arnica Srle Have also used it for salt rheum wih excellent results Guranteed cure fever sores indolept ulcers piles burns wounds frost biles and skin diseases 25c at 0 J Haydons drug store MQORtfSYILLEc t FFDelayeu1 Luther Barlow and Milton Cbesser are in Hardin county d is week prospecting Mis bArdle Wall isiJfl effer s sonville for two weeks to visil friends iud relatives Mrs Estellar Hardin and twc little girls of Bloomfield visited her patents Mr and Mrs WO Ellis durng Xmas Mr Win Aldrige and wife of Henry county are visiting their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Jas Gull of this phce Mr Jess Pile has removed to Booker Mr Minor Parrish to Wopdlawn W H Boblett and Sam Grigsby to Hardin county Brown Curtsinger tq Spencer county Mrf and Mrs Jas Hardesty gave the young folks a social AU enjoyed themselves hugely There were twocar loads of coal Unloaded at Booker quring- OhristmasweeJr Mr Bruner Carney purchased of Mr ifas Royalty a tract of land containing 75 acres inore or less at4J peracre W O Ellis will stjll represent the Sunn v Slope Nursery this year and will djalLon those who want fruit trees for 19D7 The AS of E is welll organ EveryJigether MrsE h Pile and twosons of iSintflis visited her parents Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith during Xmas week TbfreiIlbe preaching every 1st and 3d Sunday 1907 at New Hope church by Rev Benight of the Seminary The Sunday School children of New Hope church gave an entertainment at the church December 23 to a large audience The children each and everyone did Jhis Or her part to perfection butfr fear I would praise some more than others I will just spy every one did real well They were trained Mrs Ora Grume Misses Martha Tuckei and Myr tie Oroake Cnreof Lira Trouble uIt is now eleven years sice I had a narrow escape from con- S urop Liou writes C O Floyd a leading businets man bf Ker shawSO uI had run down in weight to 135 pouudsand cough ing was constant both by day and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and continued this forabout six months when my cough and lung trouble were entirely gorije and I was restored to my tormal 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healdd every year Guaranteed at C J Haydons drug Sore5oc and 10i Tria bottle free MAUD Our little viliage has been quiet for some length of time but now that your humble correspondent is at home again she will be beard from occasionally but when I say that She has been qujetTdo not mean that the peo pe have ben idle by any means Oh no for we have as industri ous citi gns in and aooutMaud as we cantfind anywhere When people reallY JSTOI k they do not make so mqcb noise about it i + ho entenafnment on the 23rd ibv the pupils cif theNe Hope Sunday school at New Hope church was quite a success in k WeqkLu gs- Bronchitis J For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis con sumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors ap prove Then trqst this the next time you have a hard cough The best kind of a testimonial tSold for over sixty years 14 ICtdnbr Ay r Co ven AUo nanurotUieri of ItPTQ PILLS U Wf O We have no secretE We pntllih the formulas ofalt our medicine AverS Pills keepthe bowels regular All vegetable and gently laxat i every way and much credit iit given the managers as well as the children The pcgrammt was quite a lengthy and weO chosen one and each and evert i piece was given in an elegant manner The child like voices as they rang through the we filled church stirred the heatts of the listeners with tbVir sweet storIes of Christmas and of jChr ivt whether told in song or recitation We really could not mention the choice selec ions as jill were so entirely good but little Miss Goatley granddaugh ter of Mr Jesse Mann4of Book er has won much paise by her solo s Misses Bessie and Kathryre Settle are entertaining a house party of Louisville guests dm ingthe holidays Miss Lill Shehan has been visiting relatives in this part of the county but has returned home and will be the guest of friends in Louisville this week We were sorry to learn of the death of Mr Thomas Haydpn of Valley Hill He was the grandfather of our beoved cor respondent UQOaDd to him we extcnd our sympathy as well as to the entire family Mr Mcllvoy and wife of Wil ligburg have removed into the louse vacated by Mr Nat Brick en and wife We welcome tbem intt our midst Mr Herbert Virgin and sisters Misses Djlla and Lydia were guests of the Misses Grry of Hardesty Saturday nisrht and attended the elegant dinner gist enbv the Misses Goodlett Sun day Vinci Grove in an Idaal country home whereirue Kent ucky hospitality is truly felt 1he six course di neuwas9n elaborate one the table decora lions vere ree green and white Miss Nancy Sheban of the Bardstown Institct spent the holidays with her parts here Mrs Kate Shewmaker has returned from a visit to to her spn Mr Ham Shewmaker of near Bloomfield Wishinir the NewsLeader and all its readtrs a happy and pros perous year FiizzleHead S ftcCflojil From iJe 5 Ql 11 want to givesome valuable advice to these who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble U says J IL Blankenship of Beck Tenn I have prpveJ to an absolute certainty that E ectric fitters will postfvely cure this distressing condition The first bottle grve me great relief and after taking a less more bottles iI was completely cured so com pletely that it becomes a pleasure to recommend that great remedy Sold under guarantee at C J Haydoris drugstoro Price 50c Willl Study Medicine Ilht Charlie McChord son of Dr R C McChorcl and junior member of the finn of McQhord McChord the well known haberdashers left Wednesday for Lousville where he enters a college of medicine Ho re tains an interest in the firm of McChord Mchord and the style of the partners fp will remain unchanged at least for the present it will be the same as heretofore Mr McChord isv a young man vwith eC1 Bent qualitications to make a success ful physician and surgeon and his friends t ro already predict ing for him a brilliant future in the profession he has chosen Lebanon Enterprise NOTICE 1All persons having claims against the estate of W S Clarkson deceased willl present the same properly proven as by taw required to W F Grigsby SpringfieldI 5 1907 This December 8 1906 LLOYD OLARKSON Admr of the estate of W S Clarkson 4t IInsurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Ky the only company in the State that makes any claim- f plying its losses in full leY REMARKABLE WRECK two valuable horses killed iria Ruuaway and Head EndCcllision on Our Streets A remarkable runaway occur ed on East Main street on last Saturday nght which in the violent death of two Valuable horssof1c the propS erty of Mr E S Mayes tnd the other belonging to Dr Me WHyatt Tile particulars of the accident ire abou t as follows Between half past five and six oclock Messrs ES Mayes Jr andI Hugh Noe were coming down the street drving at a good gait When in front of Mr H R Thqmpsons residence thev c me in collision jith a bu gv going in tbe opposite direction K The buggy contained young men by the name of Ma lingly The occupants of boti buggies were thrown out til Mattingly buggy being iturde OVEr and shafts broken The sIngle tree on tho Mayes buggy broke and the horse was freed from the vehicle and started at a run down ihe street Whie Jartit g down the street the run away animal met a horse andI buggy being driven by Mi Bob RoBirds The two animals came1 together mtbe darkness with terriffic force TJiey struck heads ttogdlher and such was the force of the compact that the neck of bttu animals were broken and death was almost in taniaut OUS Tho buggy was also mashed a d Mr RoBards rind two young ladies who were in the buggy were thrown out and consider abv bruisd but were not sen ously hurt The collision oc cured in froat of Mr vv T McEroys residence T h e treets wtre very dark the dEC tric lights were not on The horse driven by Mr RoBards was the propery of Dr1 M W Hyatt und was a valuable ani mal Mr Mayes Lore was a family driying mare which wasp izqd very highly ou account of her gentteness und other good qualf ies It t as valued at t200 Food dont dig st Because tjie stomacb lacks somfc one of the cssen tint digestaiits or tho digestive juices are not properly Balanced Then too it is this undigetive jod thai causes sourness and plinrul indiges tion Kodol for indigestion should be used fur relief Ktodol iS8 solution of vegetable acids It digests what yon cat and coraects the deflcienciea oJthe digestion Kodol conforms to the Natit ual jPure Food and Drug lay Sold here by The Red Cross Drug- Store MaokvIIIe Delayed from last week Mr J W Sal lee of Harroilsa burg who has had Farmers Bank or this plapefo r the past four years has gone to I Burnside Ky tc accept a position i as cashier in their bank His many friends wish him all possible success Mrs SueShewmaker who has beeu visiting relativer at Indianapolis and Louisville has Ie turned home Prof Hume of Springfield spent the Ifolidayswi h relatives and friends at this placet tFheatC tthe home of J D Sweeney byh dthe ladies of the Christiani church on last Thursday night was enj yed by all whQattend Ied6 Miss Mayme Reis a pretty I and popular young lady of Loug isville and member of the Senv ior class of ihe Girls thgtiG school of that place iq vs ting the family off Mrs D U JYomp t son f of t tnJherl Lr2he quarterly meeting was eheldlit the MtE church on last fl Thursday and Friday by Rev i Simpson IPbeeninumbered amoung the sick is A able to be iout gain i Mr VH rSmith a promii threnfOanyille II s cfl eto t ket charge of our Purme s ban if VVowish Mr Smith all possible success at his new undertaking by Miss Ethel Turner ofIndiana s polis was at bome for the holiM days Mr Thomas Peter of Indiana polis is visiting his sister Mrs Kate Cochrane of Mackville of Mr Frel Parks has returned to Louisville after an extended to visit to Mrs Ada Arnold Mr ThomasL Key of Ohiog visited Sme of his f1end here Tne fifth Saturday and Suna day meeting1of the Baptist church held at this place was largely attendtd a all Mr Genrge ncienjvedbYI ryville andMrHenry Ott ofl Danville visited here last nesday lis5Jappa Bail nett of Chip lit Is visiting her brotljer Dr jW j Barnett of this place r l Miss Edna Cqc ran gav a i social at her home last Saturday evening b v Dniilast Wednesday the young people of this place wereserved to a handsome dinner f at the W home of W B Hatchett The dining room was beailtiJullj eIorated in jnistletoe andred drepe ini paper In the cpntestthe prize n was awarded to Mr Elmer of Humes The ifnion Xmas tree was erected atd the Presbyterian church and enjoyed bf both the I young and old Card of thanks We desire to ItmnkStore for introducing Mio nat stomach tablets They cure We can now eat hearty meals 5 without indigestion Cured us ersI fi I 1 1 iJ hiOO i i LOCAL AND OTHERWISE I MM M Moving I About town since the New Year began movingf has been quite the oider of the day Prof Geotg Colvin and family havefc moved into Mr Tapps- ouseoa Giundy Ave Mr Isaac urry has moved into the Colvin ouse which he recently pur chased and has vacated his house in favor of Mr William Keeling who has moved his fami ly in from Tatham Springs Mr Byron Croak and wife 11 e oing on a trip South and have their home for Mr eorge Tucker arid family who have movedin from Valley Hill o reside Dr RoBards and wie have vacated theI flat apd are boarding and Mr and Mrs Garland Cunningham have in and gone to house- eeping Mrs Naanie Leach man and children have moved in tom tha farm and are occupy ing the house with Mrs Mag eters Mr Lee Riley has moved to the country and Mr J Tong andfamiiy havemoyed into the house vacated Mrs Jennie Barlow has moved cn hiving purcbasd the co tage formerly Occupied by Mr Tong Mr Leo Hay don ha I movVd into the new house bum Dr RoBards ou Mari Cross reet while Mr Lay Brown GV s inpthe house vacated by t r Haydon f Lewis The impression that t Iriends Hon John W Lewis of this place will urge him to consent bee me the Republican candidate for Gvernor seems to be- airsiflg ground The latest is frojp the CouierJournal and iis s follows The information QOTtesMrom SpringSeld Ky thatt John W Lewis former Congressman from the Fourth district is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor It iht reported that his friends over the State are quietly orking in his intetest Mr ewis has not been jn Louisville tely out a close friend said at night that he certainly was n the race It is known that several of tIle influential memV er of the Republican Municipal Club openly for himi of CJqvernor Johfi n Lewis is a man ofState repur tation among the Republican althouglr he has not ben much the limelight of politics for a umbei of years The friends Mr Lewis say that hevs the most available dandidate for the nomination that the Republicans could put up as he has a record untarnished and is free from any prevIouspolit1CllI entanglpments Opened The CentralBtiijk Willisburgs new banking itstituti lOt opened for business on Saturday Jan th and the first days business was yery gratif inef to the of cials of that The K i X Ir NEE OffERi VIe have secured a limited number of subscriptions to of the best magazines published in the South which we tone give I Absolutely Free Ii with each new subscriber the NewsLeader and to each re Ii X newal or old subscriber who pays up andtpaysone hi year in advance IfOUR V atiA Is a Monthly Magazine published 6 Louisville and IS an Attractive illustrated Magazine and IS ably i edited We will furnish the NewsLeader and Our Countrjrone for 1 Address 4 ffyear aE L JYfSONJr Publisher v SPRINGFIELD it KYV i- 449v 1 1 1 sctggY 2SPRINGFIELD DENTIST FIJlEYS HUNEYANoT to7flbacco entertainedIon Institution ov iCOUNTRY i opening of the bank has been delayed for about a month on account of the slownes pf theV theabtiildfngposits were received the first day at the new bank which is tonsiiaredagoidayIsbusjne K TheCentralit 15000 and the stock is dis tiib ted among sixty stocky holdersl nearlyvall of whorri live in the country adjacent to Willis burg Mr Emmeltj W Smith l bankingbusinessis r bank W S Gibbs is president 1i nd T J Miller vice presidept The new bank will have a good territory to flraw from and it should do a goodbusiness bath tMarinda C Kimberlmj wife Q GL T Kmberlin departed tbjs life December 311907 Her maiden name was Yankey a daughter of Mitchel Yaoker She waa bbrn October 26 i834Rand was married December 27 856 She bad justv celebrated y tel golden wedding She btrl een in bad health for a number ifyears and was prfectly rfcott ciledxto die She had been a member of the Christian church for quite anumberofears The remains were buried at Bethlefjhem cemetery funeral sarvices by Rohert Freman Allot her children were present ilsoquitepa number of grand children and geat grand children with a largecongregation The deceased had lived at the same plloe al of her married life which wasr r3ialf century CI t jA FRIEND Havdon Robert a The bnying by Mr Chas D lRobertson of an interest in thei drugrjusiness of C J Haydon will result in the re establishing of arid old and popular firm of local druggists Haydon Robertson composed of the two above named gentemen was a popular firm hereHfor about x fourteen years or until two year ago when Mr Robertson withdrew to engagein the dry goods basinels with his brotbe r i Mr W K Kqberson He was not satisfied with his new line ol business however aid returned to his Jrat lovo Tbp firm will doubtless continue to strengthen its popularity with the peojplti Married The many friends of Mis x v Cleaver formerly of this place will be interested to loarji of her marriage The Lebanon Falcpri says Miss Elizabeth Cleaver and Mr W E Coleman wera married Monday evening tthe f home of the bride R9VA S Moffett officiating The bride is the daughlcjr of Mr P C Cleaver and is quite a favorite among her large circle of friids t The groom is a graveling Mle man who has made a stfcbts on the road ancb his head criartprs are at ChattariooVa i Teno whereth Y will rjt1 re Edein 0 the future I McChard Elated ktMr W C McChord of this place was last week fleeted W Gnief ttornev for B irfV Growers cf the American Safety t of Equity at their weetiig at Winchester The potitioi is e quite an important OD M vjpcmvg him will devolve the taffcrpjf fpcmitlaUng many of the plai a and details oftbe brganiMUofV T ere were quite a nuitber pf c mdidates for the pOt OtItI J ICr MqChord was easily Mrtt v t tSCriic CtijuiSJ Cue Who suffers f1oo ckrs1c cod stipatioa is In danger ofJilr stri ous ailmentsr Orieo I aMtive IFndt Syrup cures ckrwiic co tipttikm as It aids dlgMtloa awl tIw tetM tire irver and bGwefs r tc 17- saturti actoa o- f9MeIec tak11lt it todiy p will f eI Uerat sc Iie I atlYQ itfV ss JMIt ior fripe aad IIvery pie i1 lsj 1t7f t ifise aitte ioid by ftq Cro Drt rs i1cw tnt YsrtDrHobb jjjjjjjjlj S trea f r I w 1 1iV T 7 THE IVEWS LEADER a Tilt NEWSLEADER F0BU8HKD BVBKYTHUSSDAY 4 atIAYEAFIHAPVANOE SPHIHGFIELDVKY I BL DAVISON jrI I Local or bv tnes notices 10 cents per I subsequent I tnsJtlonIC ilU on caadi Job work Is done at low rates but cash gnhiJt j liberalI IeipR W 3b1turies fcnd resolutions ofnsspect 4 ats per line 4 rtNWBX Coity i1astrates f250 ttlcl Offices 100 tRURSDAIY JAN 10 1906 MOO1S1LLE j t MrArthu Mo6re and Mrs Nora Wi1kinsrn sm prised their jmany friends by going to Bro a Ya314Eys fJast SuiidavI evening and being u mar iage by him This is the s condl adver ture of Jiothl and we hope it m 137 prove a happy 0 y8H s Mr Sam S jolt has rented the MattrTruax fi rm at Mrpre ville and will reuove to same this week j James Cnl Jr of Nelson fcounty isit d his parents last Sunday iMr John Blakpman passed through this lace lastweek He isia drummer for a grocSry firm in Li uisvUle Mr Thos Llattingly and wife I and Mr James R ddick and wire and Mr Sam Reddck and wife attende the funeralI of Mrs Harve ardin who was buried at Ru kbridge Tuesday df ihisweek Mrs didm was a danhterof Inc JoeKeddick r Mr Ham File removed from1 Valley HillI Mooresville arid will run a bla ksmith shop here Mr M F Str nEe of this place tares Mr Pile s place at Valley Hill Mr H R Eddleman will 4Ioccupy the placa vacated by Mr Strange Several of the telephone boxes yjere taken out January 7 1907 Several n w ones will be put in at an early date Most of the tobacco men hive tbfir tobacco stripped Owen Ellis and Dave Hay vere over near Stringtown to see their bestgirls last Saturday night Tbere was ant average crowd out toNfftpe church last Sunday to hear Rev BcNight preach Mr Thqs A Hardin has ben appointed jiniior of the New it Hope church for this year Mr Silas Daiitfe has removed tQLouisrille MrlP H Moore sold his crop of tobacco for 7cP D Moore and P JL iCull for 9c and An drew Eirsche fo 0c They sold to the American Tobacco Co Sprlrigfie Several ofour boys were over in Nelson Sunday night to see their b st girls Ncarjy every person who Is sub ject to attacks fromthe stomach suf bt 4c13 from a morbid dread of a diete- tlctrcatmeot for relicf that is three fomtbs Btarv tion and oiie fourth toaet andmilk On the other hand you can eat as you pltase and digest the food by the jifoof a good digest ant thus givinS the tired stomach eqiially as much rest Eat what yon r plaseant tJte a little kodol for in digeatioii after your meals It digests I what you eat Sold by the Red Gross Drug Store w Villisbo 5Ls ihav noUseen any new IfrQmeur vl1latpforsomtirre I wiI try add 3ot down a few Itemst yhe sele of Mr Card Pink ston last Thursday was well at tendedahd everything sold very welV vlss Let g BTsKop llfb 1aIt Sa urdayfnr flamidsburg where she ill ttend scQcol 9 JMisses Effiy nd Florence Le isspent Chrjstmas at their I home iin Mercerioun y 1 There will be an o ster sup I pert tLis lace on Saturday I niuntJaA 12 Everybody cor dialJy invited to attend if they want soQielhiug good lo eat We sire SOl y trJ rep3rt the death of Mr A B WeLts wiiich opcutedpn lat Saturday morn ipgatfour oclock from heart trouble He was an old resident of t hs place Qr d had many ffienasand acqu inianqps whd expend theIr dEepest sympathy tottiie bereaved onesv Yario 41i5 C A1 Wrld is a IItgf TarndBaiatdsS30w Iginira jCat fliaj Baj slmiciiincnt tirtL t i has to snperiorfoejrheumitism Stiff jointtEpPa1iia1d all pains IIt try It and you will always use St Anbdy wh has oaLt Ba S L1nlm ntls a Jiving lr41Sj what it doe B iy 4 trtaJ battle J 4tfilUO Sold iy the Rad Dr Store kuS4Iv C4SIdr aaf1 I piata Valley Hill Werrs back agaiouti bad money will come back Newr1s etrenrlscce this week hovyexfir we chased down a few Mr Arthur Gcatlpy who has engaged with tie W U A is expecting his wire from Kansas soon Il l JBrcmer Carney and family of Mooresville spent Sunday mh relatives hee Mr Benedict Janes recently purchased a farm frcm Messrs Goatley and Settles near Mt Zor J Several from this paceattend ed xzborch at New Hope SUnaIAmong those who Mr and Mrs Hugtoey Goailey Sunday were Mesdames John Hughes W F Moran and OlellBQghesalso Hunter Goatley and Uno of course Dame Runnr Teoorte an ther wedding soon If marriageis a leap in the dark seperation must be the landing placr in the light Edgar Goatey who has olhce receiving a severe fall from the top of a 12 foot ladder been suffericg from ladderns is some better at this writing Mr WF Moran who has been COM nd tu U ro many w ebs isout again much to Uriosgrdtlfication Itlis ttoo old a story to mention lUe act however D B and S G ffcddix have pooled their crc if tt nacco which is an ex ceedingly good one Thos Reed sold and delivered bis crop of tobacco to the l Co1 lat week at 8c nts Everybody made new resoluj tons andfeoiiave I I will en deavor ta please everybody who pleas k me Will writM every thing I hear unless I hear too much And last I have resolved t o make no more resolutions other than I will never drinkion y wheaI am dry and not break these u til I mak new ones which I sometimes do UNO Special ADnoflDcemeiii RekardiDi tie Nhtlonal PnrcFocil and Dtn Law We ore pleased to announce that Fojeya Honey and Tar for coughs ods and lung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Crug law as It contains noA opiates or o hr harmful drugs and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children andadults For sale by the Red Cross Drug Store Hardest Scbuolhbise- I 0 wish the editor corredponc enad readers of the News prosperousjNev Mr Ezra Huwkms and little son Omer of Chaplin Mr and Mrs J R Gray viitedI dav and Sundy I1fr W B Shirley and wife have returned to their hbrae in YilJispu gnft r spending the Christmas holidays with Mrs Shirleys parents at this place Mr R fi Harmon of Bolrn returned to his home Thursday after a several days visit with relatiyes here Prof W B Cheatham cI ised his school Friday wi h very good attendance The bridge t at is to span the Little Beech at the Silo Ford was washed off the tressells last Friday for the second time We are waitingjWith patience t1o see it swing clearfCOnLooker 1CarrIC Nation xyatainly smBhed d hole in the bar roomsof Kansas but Ballardn Elore hound Syrup has smashed all records asacure for coughs Bronhitis and Influenza andaU Pul nonary disease r C H Hprton Kansas write I haye never found a madicine that would curera cough quickly as Ballards Horehound Syrup I paTe usedit f01 Years Sold by the Red Kne Jack 8 years old Has sJfdmore llg ltathanany jack in the county Good Stallion13 years old farness and brood mare 12 years nod Good work and brood mare rA weanling nllv A 12 ear mare A 3l yearold harness and wOrk horse M weanling colts weanling Jack Brown mare 8 years old good saddle and A mare yeirs old A goodcombi ed horse 8yearolcl- A 4 year old mare Commissioners Sale Robert Blandford c Pills vs Pattie Bla dford c Df ts- B3 virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1906 iin the above styled cause Lshall proceed to offer for sale at the qQ urt House door in Sprin field Ky iN MONDAY JANUARY 28 1007 5T2 oclock pni or thereabout being county court day to the highest bId- der at publicauction uponacredit of deIscribedlying in Washington courfty Ky near St Rose church and bounded as follows Ort the North by the lands of Kent BandorJ and the old bethtown r6ad on the South by iizaII lands of torn Blandford and Bud gett and on the West by the lands of WheatIleyFor the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date paid and having the force and effect df a Bidders promptlyIM G LEACHMAN NCW C Jack Taylor Briar Hill Ky sa sI Bourbon Hbff Cholera Tern edY has not only kept my hogs tree fron cholera but the extra gain in flesh caused from its use has paid me at least ten dollars for each dollar I invested in the remedy Sld ana guraiiteed bv CJ BaydonV Dairy Study each cow Strive to feed her economically but amplyVIClean the mnngeis before each grain feedVSalt the herd every day Weigh out the grain ration for the VherdlV Feedfsllage after milking Keep silage and car out of stable other timesVIFeat hay after silage In morning and two hour ahead of milking nt flightV Arrange bedding the lost thing rit night American Cultivator Care of tub Farm Horse Never allow your horses to wear loose fitting collars says American Cut tivator The collars should fit sung but not too tightly Be sure to keep the horses breast clean Id warm weather when the sweat dries on Wash the collar clean while the tenn Is resting and wash the breast of the horse before the sweat dries on If proper attention Is glveii this matter rarely will the horses breast get sore Water For ChIdVGrowlhg chicks should have resh water at least two or three times each any and the vessels containing the water should be thoroughly rinsed and kept clean writes a correspondent of American Agriculturist I tIm that milk is a great thing to feed the young chicks It seems to agree with them ami puts them in gooti shape tp sell as bTOlers Buttermilk of which most fe ascijs have plenty Is also excellent Hovr to Make n Plncanlitun Take nn oval piece of cardboard 0 b hotrIblue bows of baby ribbon on tire ends and have the loops oftthc ribbon com Iftg together In n point Tie Inn how thereto keep them together Take whlte headed pus and put In three rows and on the othcryslde work your Initials In white SJkatCcn Then take a hook and paint white to hang it up byVi Jlr Uncle ItlacYv Pig My uncles hUtek pg fe an intcrestliig game that can playeil while sitting One Is out or It HUtl tile others sit In n row The one who Is out goes to each Dne In turn nnd ssks li question and the One he is asking baa to answpr my uncles black pig If one slipuld answer out of turn he is out If tiny one sitting In tberow tnllcs or laugh Ite Is out The one whose turn It Is to tfay My nudes black iHg must not laugh or- cy anjthnscl 7 StnlneJ Sllycr- ileditfiue stains will disappear froa silver spoons If rubbod with sulphuric acId After tliTs Is applied wash Uie spoons with soapsuds and clean in the usual manncrr I VVrrclcTH iorpotnnl Motion- Kindly Old Lady Dont cry my lit tie nina You like going to school dont you Small Boy Yes but I dont like stop pin thPsilica I gets there Tat == DrugStorePUBLIC SALE ItI will at my place near Fredefkkstown Ky begin fling at 10 oclockam on1 JTuesday January 22 1906 Sell at public auction the following property oldWdrk mule Agood harnessnftl- lorooghbred C hlrness fsaleuntil Judgment Jot1IngV Asafe lady driving marejn foal Black mare 7 year odVa good work mareVTwo mule colts A tour year old work hprte 16 handshighVFour yearlong mulesVJennettr foal An agdJnnettV One JaclV V 30 head of Sheep A first class Jersey milch cow Five good early CaVQSV Two yearling s cersV 27 shoats r rV800 bushels of corn i200 bushels black seed o its A rubber tire buggy and harness I TERMS Sums under iocash Over thatamouit6 kmonthlJ credit with good negotiable note J T MONTGOMERY S Vf Campbell Auctioneer VVVVVVV- TACTS IN FEW LINES Today Germany urnlehcs flveislAbj if the dyes used In the world There were shipped 34011 tons of chalk from Dunkirk France to the United Stages lnlOO3V VV A Llverpdbl mapitrears as a scarf pin a petrified human eye He says he found it In Peru while on an exploring tripIn order to keep evil spirits away from granaries charms such as skulls and horns of animals are hung on a board near by in IndiaVA pawnbroker who was a candidate at the Yarmouth England municipal elections Issued a poster asking the electors to vote for UnceVA blue garden every plant bearing blue flowers has been laid out at South Lytchett manor Dorsetshire England the residence of Sir Elliott Lees Some American consuls abroad com plain that they have to pay as much as or 7 a month in lInes on letters etc sent tothem with insufficient post ngeVVJapan rewards Its soldiers and sailors well The gazetted war honor list con talus 516426 names A1U soldiers and sailors on it recelve money rewards and 439020 get decorations also The ancestral home of Colonel Scilm as Lea Holt and located at Wannlu ton in the war of independence known as Lea Holt and located at Westminster England Is for sale It was built lit the reign of Edward VI An old woman known as Kate who sells race cards on the course at New market and has King Edward among her customers sent him a bunch of vlo lets at the recent Newmarket meeting and the king wore them that day in his buttonhole to her gteat delight Chester N H hnsa fire engine which has been in constant operation since 1842 It isa small hand tub but It can scud a powerful enough stream to reach the highest steeple In town The little machine Is in as good work ing order as It was when first brought- to town It has no suction hose but IF supplied by a bucket brigade and a few lengths of leading hose complete Its equipmentVThe French Academy of Sclepces has received front M Blarlnghen a comrnu nlcatlon about a new variety of Indian corn which is raised In the north of France Tins corn has the appearance of cauliflower and ripens as early as August whereas the fodder variety from which It Is derivedl ripens In dry and warm years about tire end of Oc toiler Tha new species Is obtained by means of traumatlsm Not long ago a French scientist M Regnault announced the discovery of bacteria in emil A long continued re search confirmed the evidence that brie teria were probably coeval withV the first appearance of organic life on the earth These bacteria attacked vegeta ble tissues as well as the bones and teeth qf nnlmais but as n rule they belonged to specles of bacterial organ Isms quite distinct from those of today Joseph Chamberlain has always been overse to too freely dispensing his au tographs Quite early InVhiS political career he had slips printed Informing hs correspondents mat Mr Joseph httrabcrlaia has been obliged to upke i rule not tta give his autograph On the other lined Lord Itosebery had JVeii kntwn to accompany Iris auto rjph with a humorous little note ad Islug his correspondent to him his or trr attention to something more useful than collecting specimens of handwrlt tiVThe dwital world ofGormany tins cu greatly stirred by the announce ment Hint fhe foremost living author y In dcutul science Professor W D Millet1 of the Berlin university has rc ltt I1 similar position at tlu Uni versity of Michigan Professor Miller v an American Jby birth and gradu ttltlntthe University of Michigan 1 rtjon year ago Irofessor Miller to k a course In dentistry at the Uni versity of Pennsylvania where he rrattuatod In 1S07 and has resided In Qrtitu continuously since thenV ViiglrtVIiC Bishop Talbot born In Missouri nearly sixty years ago for ten years was Episcopal bishop of Vvyomlug and Idaho tire first church man to hold such a position In that section In iiitiny the region was In liabltecl almost exclusively by cowboys miners and all sorts of adventurous characters lie tins been Introduced in two novels of far western life antI now lhas himself written a book made up of his memories of those picturesque days In tire West He Is now bishop of central PennsylVvanlaV Iw the course of a lecture In J ew York u slide was used Inthe lantern which was a reproduction of the first picture erer made In that city The negative was made In bright sunlight but In order to be sue of the result tire photogranlier whitened the subjects face and then marie a six minute expo nrl By cohtrnst the lecturer show edl the quickest photograph ever made a humming bird hovering front or- t flower the lens exposure lasting only os eV ceveuliundredtweritythouBandth part of tile time required for the older llOtOgrflphVLuther Burbajjks discoveries In plaijt breeding arc Iiai lug It more far reaching effect thlm even Mr Burhank liiiucelf could hOve anticipated The account of illS achlevonneuts recently published has been taken up and dirt ssetl the world over by scientists In almost every field Ueeontly Professor Von SchulteGarduerwltz who occupies the chair of political economy In the University of Freiburg has ailnciunc eJ iw rsuitof his rtiadlng 6f the llok that Mr Burbanks work will In fluence and oliargc manj old theories In his flcli = vUlt or View I wopder what the poet meant when tie said Blessings brighten as the- ytakethfr ftlghtu remarked thecurl Perhaps he nioant single blesscd ness replied the mnilwho was un happily married Houston Post Optliufatle View tom proudly Miss Piukleigh has iromlsed to be my wife Jack conspllngly0hj dont jet that vorryyou Women frequentfy break thell prDmiiesChicago News VA Whte CobraVA milk white cobra some five feet long tiros killed with great difficulty so says a vernacular pager by some peasants at n jhulor near thq canal bridge on the LahoreMian Meer rstd recently Hooded wakes of rarethein WMKI as Well as len Are Male MtaiMe ky Kidney and BlaBer TroubleV Kidney trouble preys upon the mind beautyI4 iS Avigor iLizrT ness soon disappear when tire kiduieyUare U1141t1L out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has i5JJ become so prevalent f that it is not uncora rt iJ mon for a child to bet I born afflicted with weak kidneys If the child urinates too often if the urine scalds Ute flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflitted with bedwet ting dependupon it tii viiuu oCUlc ifn culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased pondition of the kidneys arid bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder troubljs and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sojd by druggists in fiftyV KJtf cent arid onedollar size bottles VoulnayH have a sample bottle by mail free also a nom of Sm1Root pamphlet telling all about SwampRoot including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received fram sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer S Co Binghamton NY be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Y on every bottleV NEW SHORT STORIES A Knotty ProblemJMiss Elizabeth Magic the Intelligent Chicago girl who stirred the country by offering to sell herself to the high est bidder was discussing with arc porter the condition of girl workers In big cities It Is a deplorable condition she said and how to better It is a prob lem an unanswerable problem a problem that takes one aback She smiled It reminds me she said of a thing that happened on a railroadA yourig marEs THE PIECED SEE IP IT DOESNT FIT man on a certain excursion train noticed a poor woman who stood up and searched her pockets wildly Have you been robbed maam he inquiredVOh no sire answered but Its lust as bad Ive lost my ticket and Ive got no money The railroad Will arrest me for fraudVWell said the young man Ive got no money either but here take my ticket and Ill give the brakeman a problem When tIre braljeman came through the young pram to confuse him kept moving about the car Finally though he was cornered Tickets said tire brakcraan Youve got my ticket said the young armVaj havent got Itsnltl the brakeman Yes you haveV Wen sec about this Ill coil the conductor When the conductor came he said to the young man with a scowl Wheres your ticket IVlIes got my ticket was the reply See If In hasnt got a ticket with a small piece ofl the corner 0 Why yes you hnvo Jim Tlierc It to said the eaudtietdr ytriachfullyV xl herey the piece saM the young man see If it dotwnt fit hJJt fitted and tire conductor and brakeman went off arguing and gestic idatingVI thought that was a problem they couldnt solve wild tho young man InflaiedPriccVHall Camels bringing Jut a fifty cert book In Ix ndon In ordor to prove that It would pay the publishers better to Is now books at that prle Instead of at the usual 112 Mr illall Calne said a New York editor the other day has felt for some time that books should come town On Iris last visit here he Insisted that the present price In view of tire Churl ness of modern nnnllshmg methods was too high He said that tire pub Ushers were like ttile druggistsV And he illustrated Iris meaning with n storyVThoro was a druggist In a cgrtulu olntn1entJcOme to him one day took a box of tire ointment and asked if he wouldnt throw off the odd money for a poor manVWell said the druggist you look like a deserving case fo I willV The customer grabbed up the oint ment threw down a nickel and bolted The dollars the odd money I meant he explained hastily as he shot ontof the doorVThe druggist rushed out Just In time to see him turning the cornerVGo on you beggar he shouted Ive made 3 cents out of you as If Is BrlVca io He She married a worthless noble manVSheHow did that happenV He Despondency She tvas Jilted by tier fathers coachmanPuckV VaiopbIjt1ctedV Seen yerl cried the smart aleek when he caught them kissing at the college hall No sir freshman retorted the wo man Buffalo Express Ii w Its Worthw t traveling a long distance 19 have your teeth extracted 5- II Without Pain or Danger J- a Ii ia All work guaranteed t w 3 I- tr LGCRLJMED DSB- ardstownKy Ii t 3333333V33 QUARTERLY REPQIIT opTima Peoples Deposit Bank SPRINGFIELD Kf at the close of business on the 31st day of December 1900 RESQURCPV Loans and Discounts 24828083 Overdrafts secured 402732 Overdrafts unsecured 00 Due from National BanksVV S1470255VDues from StateVBanks Bankers 1488753 Due from TrustV Companies 00 2965008 Banking House and Lot 500000 Other real estate wM 00 1000000 USBOfldV4V 00 OtherStocVks and flomb 00 Specie 4I5T507 CurrencyVLV 1003300 1469007 Exchange forClearings 00 Other Items carriedari cashV 00 Furniture and Fixtures 00 Fund to pay Taxes o 00 Current expenses 1a5tVrarV terqL 0 Tota 31824830 VLIABILITIES Capital Stock paidin in cash 5000000h Surplus 2100000 Undivided Profits 5075J Due dgpositors as followsfDeposits subject tocheckVon which interest is notVpaid VV 216 7020- Jcijsius subject to checkV paldOJemand posit on which interest is paid 00VIdeposItpaid 3001055 24668075VVVV Saving deposits on which interest is paidVV 00VCertified Checks a 00VDue National Banks 00 Diie State Banks Bankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 putatandinig 00 Bills rediscounted I 00 Unpaid divldendV 03 raxes tine and uqpam 00 Capital Stock not paitLV 00 Tqjal t i 31824830 SUPirEMFNr4flYV Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm incJuding in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of the surplus of the bank 00V HQW is indebtedness stated in above item secured 00Vfiighest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank 00 How ii4 same secured 03V Does amount of indebtedness of any person company br firm including in the liability of the Company or firm the liability oL the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus NoIf so state amount of such indebtedness 00 Amount of last dividend S250000 Were all expense llooses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend arid was not less than ten per cent of net profits of the bank for the period coveted by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared lasV f ESTATE OFKEFUCKYVV VSSCounty of Washington JJ A Boiihrare Cashier of Peoples Deposit BaflkL Bank located on Main street in the town oT Springfield in said county being duly sworn says respect1athe said BanK at the close of business 1rK the 31st day of December 1900 to best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of Bank has been transacted at saidI catioivnamed and not elsewhere that tire above report k made in corn pliancewith an ofllcJsiljao lce received from the Secretary of Statp designa tin the 31st dayd December 1006 as the day on uluichVsuch report shall be nrradeVJ AV BOULWARE Cashier Snbcribed arid swdrn to before me J by A B9 lware Casnier the 1st day of January 1S07V CHAS MCCHORD M P Washington Co Ky Commission empires January 8 191t VV- tHo rimnAN jV 6 L IIAYDON r S J ANDERSON VV Kii1nsrIln Conscience Tire VltOVMr Goaduian lus ectlnj aunsolf in mlsrorj Citronc I IOl1ltt wIg1rIti man Blesa your heart Avery dont llet that trouble you That wig will Jiover fogl niiyhoilj for oiio moment Chil ago TrIbuneV y rVoicdtV- 1IQttQtJrOilbrain fever nIdineWlmat a big Joke on tire fever New York PressV rILe Millionaire Of1C rlltof That millionaire yonder has cheated pe oitot a fortuneVHow Wouldnt he let you marry tls daughterVWorse than that He pever- Sh4 inn laughter i The first Instance of collaboration English literature wits that cf tIJI plays written by Bcanmoat VVV WINTER clii01IIW l r t wefStyle PriCe3 verbody i Over t Coats 1t 1lie hfj ViVWe especially invite the Ladies inspect our stok of CloaKs and RaincoatsVV We take special pritlein ohihoe Dpartmcnrt andwill guarantee values for the money both in MenVand Ladies ShoesI OO OOOOOOOOOOO OO OOO1 OO 8 KOPQl A Big Stock ftf fg i j f 8 of FuinitureSi xOFromO1 Rockers Tables Bed Descrs Ji 0 0 F4Q gf up 0and see my jardineres and pedestajsVVV 8 nything in the furniture hijv you wantI can fiirnihj fand save sou moneyV Trade atHome tt f 2 O Ji 1A AndSave Money r VV B LEACffMANIJ TIlE FURNITURE M N8 Q OCXX oooooQ XKK O KH OOOi VSheriffs Sale For FOR TAXES By virtue of taxes due the State of Kentucky and the County Washington for theyears indicated or one of my deputies will on MONDAY JANUARY 281007 otTer for saleTait the Court Rouse door in Springfield KrPl the property scribed below ortsomuch thereof will satisfy the tax and costs SP1iflCFmtIYDISTitK71VNO8VV Key town lot listed at 8150 tax and costs for 1906 5tlV Caroline Edelen acr s of land list at 875 tic andcostsfOr 190G 53OG Catherine Ooleman acreof land listed at 3ff tfU4 and costs for J906 270 Mollie Coleman acre of land listed at 50j tax and costs for 1930 Mary Brown acres pf land listed atV7S tax and costsf r1906V 83CG SPniNGFlETiD DISTRICT 10 Mrs Bill Mitchell acres land listed 8200 tax and costs for 190G 470VKELLY snIirbiSTnTcr NO John Armstrong i5V acres of land listed 1450 Balancel tax for 1lIes1 listed at 100 tax and costs for 1900 40VVVV Davis Settles 20 acres of lis ted at 8350 tax arid costs for 1900 70VGCJrgc fPhmnhcnn nhrftsnf land listed at 50 tax and costs for 81900- M5 John II Hagan Son acres of land listed at 50 tax and costs forV 445VVAnn Hardesty Sacres of land listed at 75 tax antI costs for 1906tS306V DEPUTY ED MASTERS LIST VVV North District Jplltt Warner 11 acres of land listed at 8110 tax arid cost for 1906 8502 VUfldreflDIsr1efV Coker 20 acres df land lis ted ab70 taxandQostsfbf 1908 8290 7J JJSDq OSi tNorth District VBy Ed Masters Deputy jQha Warner acre land Itsteft r 1j If J tM We have Deetf i j 1 fadingsock of j V r Mens ft r r Clothing ii71t VSVhave ff and 1 r0 suit t i I 1 of and Suits w ttyle add 6tV j i t to a good Grundy Mclntire z c i Room suits l Come fine rc t t t f c of I de as Jim 5 1 1 278 4 KO 5 J at n at on prnd il 3 f i Martha It t f c Iat Silo txesand costs forthcyears r t1002 1903 19041005 Sishii 1 ie jKelly Shoi1u e J 5Obourne putr tL Mrs Jack Best 10 awes fof5and fltax and cost for year 1005275 Si BYRON CROAKEixSWd4 ItllFllOSSS 1 Repairing Neatly and promptly dcTi e by an experiiehced vorkmanj t Charges Reasol- labIeLoBT1or t t 1Tlig BIlihhNal t i i t MX A ugust sberpe he pop ular overseer f the oorktPort Mid son tsays DrnKingisNew Life PJiIStrli rightly y tiQHIedt eJ act more agrebly Ldbint itettr1 Gurante d to cure bfipusness ana consiipation 25c at C J Haj dons rugstoQ 1 Mothers who give Uffeir Chlldroii fff 11 Srnn JyXLaxative Cough S raji nvariablj Indorse it Children iikeV i pleantContairiaigonbl jLakaiive Coatto uurivlaledjfcr the rdief of r4T j ctDrtyeB therncold cut through the i 7 bowels Ocnforais to the Nitffiiil i bythe Ifc RKINnSNfW DlsteW WHLSUr1Y SfIIVT w r t rb QR JIBURTON1 fcT DENTIST TEETH P- WJTHOUTPAIN Bag Mo k vpstalnwtfJtI SPRINGFIELD KY Ail Dental Work Strictly First lal DR J1C MUDD PhJ1cii l lid i SlrgeonI ovek lillc Raydons tJL Lampton MD Mice M Opeiw o Office Ph leo S Ie38 wJF GRIQSBY- jTORNEYATLAW i Moe over Peoples Bank 3RING1IEtP KY rO EYATTII RoBROS HYATTi 4Plysicians and Sirgcons s Office over C W Hags gro 4cery bpposite Presbyterians church l t DRJH HOPPERP- HTSICIAHlniSDRGEOH4 tI J PHONES OfflctP Office 97 Hagans Grocery t RiHM 71tDr W W Ray WYSiCIAN AND ONI r Office over Havdon Robert sons Drug Store t 41 Phones office 155tf Residence i7- 21jMINY MAYES IERAL uiKtCTOR IND LICENSED EMBALMER T LEIHONE D AYiNIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KT tt 1ftairoMd ScheduleoFollowing is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown And Springfield branch railroad No 41Leayes Louisville atf 410 pm Bardstown Junctior 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm yIIorrlve atprthgbe1d 645 pm JlNo 42Leaves Springfield 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am J Ho 43Leaves Louisville at 7i80 am Bardstown Junction 830 am Bardstown 1115 a mI arrivesat Springfield 1240 pm Ho44iLeaves Springfield a 120 pm Bard town 230 pm- t Bardstown 3 unotion 485 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm ONo 90j Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 7il5am Bards townS amfBardstown Junction t 8bTmatrlves at Louisville1 935raro No 91Sundays only Leaves Iiotiigville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm BardE town I 753 pm arrives at Springfield 8inat IIUtCI S1Djersj- We wish to state Jo our friends tbroughoutthe tobacco growing V sections that w are not connect 1 eq directly orindirtcUy with anv other warehouse or ware pi flonse company We conduct a Strictly lade pefrden I Tobacco Warehouse Qommissioii Business and res pectfully olicit your patronase CA RIDGES Co Proprie tore Tick ITobatco Warehouse Lo tlirciy It 40 8 mo I FRESH BREAD v ROLLS AND CAKES Bak djaily t 4 AlwayMgood always fresh We have a Baker who IS an ar fit at making good things Sfarttiies of reiJQr 25c HrtUen Confectionery THE i XAS WONDER Ceren Kidney Bladder and I 1BUtiQv troubles acid by mil rfrifgit u two months tniatiBMi bj maHfrl Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street 8eitinoniaJ Lorn Seal for Kentuckyj lIo 1MMliizicuuc MkM KMMrMl lddsr flIght iiliilliiA1 iTOWN JuUiUUULocal Happenings oT Interest The Freshest end Latest J 1g AIIAlMut Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances 1 1 QQQao Qc bQ no A good Breakaway buggy for sale cheap Hamilton Ro1 enD 80poundIshoasW J Smith R F D No 5 Springfield Ky WANTED Warn pd to buy a good milk cow Jerse perfertd- luquire at this office f v FOR RENT Two rooms second floor of People Bank butfding Heat light and wa furnished Fine bronze turkeys for tale Wright at4 Oven strain Mrs WH Leach man SpiibgfierdjKyi2 FOR sALEA pair of good work mules and a milk cow Tom Da can B F Do Springfield Ky BIRTHS To Mr and MraJ Wimsatt a girl To Mr and Vlrs Will Jobnson a girl BolJj born New Year day Yankey Co the local liye tock dealers shipped two car loads of hogs and cattle from his place 10 the Louisville market ye terdayI FOR SALE Mv fine 8 yearold rack Has Proven himself to be one cf tbe best breeders in the county J T MONTG MERYt I Frederickstowri Ky Marriage licenses were issued By the county clerk to the foi lOAiug James Lan am to Ber ha Graham JamesW Reynolds o Mary L Mudd Louis H Mudd to Charity E Willet Henry Millet to Annie Humes J 6 Yankey sold to Hudson Bios 31 head of mules at 160 per head Watt OBryarr old same parties 25 head at 180 andI Hugh Stile 24 head at 15250j Messrs Jim Montgomery and Jim Cecil left this week for Atlanta with two car loads of mules for the southern market Wj JTEfe Gentleman or lady tp travel for Mercantile Bouse f large capital Territory at home or broad to suit If de sirable the home may be used as headquarters Weekly salary of 1000 por year nnd expenses Address Jos A Alexauder Springfield Ky 517t Messrs Byon Parkjs and Will F Simms have formd a partnership and have gone into tre business of buying and selling horses and running a livery 3table Their stable is located on D ctorstreet adjoining Marks Greens plaining mill Messrs Parks and Simms are thoroughly acquainted with the hose business and shbuli do wellin their new venture Mr Ernest Goatleyr lormerly proprietor of the Berry Hotel buD who has been livin with his fafciy opposite the hotel for severa1 months died last Mon day morning after a long illness of typhoid fever and as burfd- TuesdaymOrning at St Rose The deceased was about 35 years of age and leaves a wifr and four small children He was a clever honorablaman and during his residence in Springfield had won the respect off tt people with whom he was thrown in contact SetUeMudd Miss Loutee Settle an Mr Arthur Mudd were quiettynjai ried at St Rdse Sa urday morn ing at 9 oclock in the presence of a few relatives and friends The bride is a daughter of Mrs Josie Sette of Maud and is a very attractive and popular young lady Mr Mud isTrSun of Mrs Theresa Mudd and is an enierpris ng S oungfarcre- rHatchettThornpzon Dr W R Thompson Mack ville and Miss Flora Hatchelt of Springfield were quietly married 4at the home of the brides parents on the afternoon of January2d Rev W H Williams officiating Toe bride wore a beaatiful gQiig away gown of brown broadcloth with hat to match while the groom wore the conventional color Miss Ritta Hatchett sister of the bride was bridesmaid and Mr Joe Thomp son brother of the groom acted aa best man The bride is the attractive daughter of r ant Mrs K B Batchttt white uJ TOPICSI r ik leadngIImmediately after tbe ceremony tbebrid al parlv were driven Lebanon where the happy co toI ple left on jjthe 335 train tor Southern trip They will make their future 1ein Mackville YE IDethvir J3 an and respected merchant and citizen of Willisburg dieda that place ou Sunday after a long illness of heart disase Tie deceased bad kept a hotel and store for a number of years in Willisburg and was one of the best known men in tba part of the county His wife and on daughter survive Mr Wells suffered the Loss of his two sons within the past two vear H was a leading memoer of tne Christian church afc VVilli bury and the funeral took p ace fro u there on Monday IA Good Woman Gone 1Tn death angel boverad over peacefull lutC hamle jcruggs viHe for several weeks ava fin llv in its trnsi ftonx earth to Heaven which occureu t2 oclock on the morning 61f thelast day of the old year 1906 It carried away on its sno white pinions the beautiful am immortal spirit of virs Susan Hardin wift of Mr L H Hr din She was a faithful inr afect1ona e wifea loving and devoted mother and a kina NQntIwas a patient sufferer of typhoid fever The deceased was 4fc years of age ana besides a husband sue leaves elevep children t mourn her death all of w bum were permitted tj be with hSr and administer to hr wtuts in her las hours The daugh ters are Mrs Fred Cbeath Lida Reynolds Pearl Yancey all of this county and Mrs Ollie Keeling of Chicago Ill The sons are Gilbert Claude Ivan Estell ViilKeGlayioii andJoseph all of whom art at home the last named beinte less tllan8 yer old We extend fbr heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved husband and children MISTLETOE Death of Mr Matt Wycoff Mr Matt vv ycoff one ofthe countys most popular citizens died at his nom on Maui Street Springfield at 1 cock on last Fiday morning alter a long ill ness the result of complications arising f oman atokof tomach trouble Mr Wycoff wUs burn and reared at Mackville this county and owned a good farm in that vidinuy A few weeks ago he rpnved the old McKe na propertyandmovd his family to turinfitid su thai ij coil drenmight ha e the advantage of our Graded School Mr Wycoff wasabout 45 years of dge and WHS a son of tHe late John M Vjcoff of Mackville Be marHOif MihS Lulie Lear who together with three children survives4 Lira The deceased aM ways took an active part in the affairs or the count and wad r Yearsd4ut3Cuu1ity Itrk at Mackviliu He also engtgei in the mercha ntil ba Tness fo a time at iMacfciile ndat one REMOVAL 1 thisIIMy stock of Millinery will be removed weekto the Searcy building on the North side MairistreetoPposite the First National Bank 0 Postoffice I hive a few hats that will be sold dII Less Than Cost 0f All readytowears 50c Come in aDdS me my new quarters Willa Knott inII Opp FirstNational Bank and Postoffice OOOO time in his youtger days was engaged with a dry gpods firm in Springfield He was a Successful trader and farmer and owned and operated a good farm near Mackville He was a conscientious Christian gentleman and was a member of the uhris Mnn church at Maokvlle The funeral sermon was preachedon Saturday at the Christian church Mackville after which the remains were akea to Pleasant Grove for in terment Noticet The session of the Spring held Presbyterian church has called a meeting of the consreg atwn for iiet bunday morning t 11 ocoek or the purpose f considering tbe question of se uring a pa tor for that church PER cNAl f tfis Lbu Booker is quite ill Harry fern th was in Lbbam n Fr uay f Miss Mollie Dorseyis ill at Mr John F Simms Ge rge Chescbeir Jr ioHCit ing fiiends ithere Mr T D Wells has moved his family tuLebano Marshal Join Phillips vas in Hard toWD Sunday Mr darrj Shader of Louis yule was in too Thursday vi r Roy Montgomery of Leb was in towuSundHy IiCr 7tiltS J J3 RoBdrds is isiting her parents at Burgin vliss Lilly t8hehan f Maud is VUitinti Mrs Ric arU Bobiitt Mrs B L Liitseyhasjeturned from LuuisVile after a weeks visit Mis Katha ine Rus ell was in Louisyjlle the latter part of last eek hG C Wharton spot Last week m Mercer county oIl busi ness Mr G in viarks and vliss iViarj McCabe spent jbunday in Lebanon Miss Lidia OlementSi of Leb anon is visiting Miss Uarne Eeien Messrs C WHaganand Will ClaybruoUe spent Sunday in Lebanon Mr Frank Villett has accep teda position at the Heg Urns Drugtore Miss EunueO Nan returned to BrsU4lr Teniu to cnool last Monday Misses Della and f Bessie Cam pbt1I visited freiids in Bards town lust Wt eke Miss Nanl1e West has return ed to LuuUvMlle alter S yisitio MsLucian Gregory on w TO THE PUBLICy 4s0 1 Having boujifeii out the interest of my partner G L Haydon in the firm tt of Uaydon Barber and having de tcidedi to continue the business alone r t I think his an opportune time to qx ess on behalf of the old firm our efuL appreciation of the many JJpavors and liberal patronage we have enjoyed of the public during the i past en years 4s I expect m con tinue tim business ulon the same lines and to give every man one bun itrrrdredeentforeyerydollarlf feel jusi titled iifsling a continuance of the 1 same liberal share of the public pat rr tonage Fair treatment and Honest t methods willbe my motto With ther compliments of th season I remain IV Respectfully5 ery 4 w 1John Lilly Barber fi 4ic4X i Miss Flag t Simms and Mamie Knott returned to Nazareth Monday to attend school Misses Althaire and Louise Medley were in Lonisulle yps terday and today 1rJamesC CJhpcnhoir jJnrl wife ill leayefor their home at Fort scott Kan Sunday Mr and Mrs Winchester Phillips of Lebanon were in town ne day last week Miss Roe Montgomery of Lebanon iis the r nest of Miss Mabel Thompson Mrs McBride of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Nlrsll L Searcy Miss Mabei Williams is visit inir her grandmother Mrs Con er at F edencks own Hon JohnW Lewis went to keforeMr Horac Bohon of Louis vile spent a few days with the family cf vvir E S Mayes IM and Mrs Andrew Cun ningham returned from Hender s nville NO last Thursday Mrs T A Hardesty has re tuned froa Lebanon where she yisitecl her mother r3E H Lduhan Mrs J no Barnett of Mack yule is visiting her sister Mrs J Louis Harman of Bowling Grr IK Mrs Mary SPike returned to c tt Uharles after spending a mdO h with Mr and Mrs Rjoeit Ciemuns l Vlesbrs WillRsuerton Ham nninjtbamIatiended a Bowling Contest in Lfthanon Monday night brookeIStheIr daughtdr Mrs John Offutt at Bloomfield Mis H P McGhord and ittle Phil left Tuesday morning to join Mr McObord at Hopkins vile where they will reside Mrs CarlvfeQjellad wll re turn to Middlesboro Munday after to weeks visit with her father Mr James Gregory Mrs Edgar vlartin has returned to her home in Louisville uf ter a visit to her parent Mr and Mis Henry Leachman Mr J Pharles Greene is at Burdsiown where he has a poSi- tion as bookkeeper for the MaUirigiyf Moore Distilling Co Miss Francis Martin who came rom fiom Bristol TEnn to spci u Christmas vccauon will not return to school but will teach a class in piano music Mrs William Mayes and daughter Miss Wiilette of Co lumbia S Care visiting Mrs Riphard Durham Miss YMetta is with Misses Kate and Annie Mayes this week Irs C 0 McChord enteriidn iCd hr euchra club naturday alt moon Mrs Margaret Bet us won the club prize and Mrs George L Whaiton captured the viai ors prize MissJones who has been a teacher n the county several years has gone to Pensacola Pla to take a position as bOQk keeper in thesitnitcumof which her sister vjiss Aunie is super Intendant MrJ R Durre t and Mrs Durrett removed from Bloom field Monday and are with their daugh rMfs1 W Hyatt Mr and Mrs Durrett arewel come acquisitions to Springfield socialv and in business way Mr Durrttt sa jjopular insur aiice agent They like the taste us lr as maple sugar is what ace mother wrote of Kennedys Jaxative Co sth Syrup This modern cyu jh fyrup is a uteh free from any opiate or narcotic Poutains Honey Tar Con forms to theNaational Pnre Food and Drug LaW Sold by the Red Cross 1 rn su4e a PLANS PERFECTED TheAof E Ready toRt ceive Tobacco in This County r As stated in1 the NewsLeader last week the meeting of the Burley Growers Branch of the American Society of Equity held at Winchester was an enthusiastic one and the result of the efforts to pool a majoritvof the tobacco in the Barley district was made known and was very gratifying to the promoters of the movement Jc was shown that 58 per cent of the crop had been received and the managers of the organization ate going ahead with the plan for hand linsr the crop The time was ex tended to Jannary 12 to others who so desire to come in A meeting of the Washington county members of the Society was held at the Court House here last Saturday and a report of the work of the Winchester meeting wits made by W 0 McChord who was one of the delegates Steps are b iug taken by tIe members of the Society iin this county tp takt care of the crops which have been pooled In the first place those members ot the pool who have suitable barns are taking care of their tobacco at home For the benefit of those members who are notprepared to properly care for their tobacco at home several large barns in tha vicini ty of Springfield have beense cured where the crcps may b ceived and cared for The barns which have been secured so far are located as fullows On the places of John Y Mayes H R Thompson Hugh Stiles end Mrs McLaugLln Itii expected that evpivthing will be In readiness to begin receiving the tQbacco next week The tobacco will be weihtd and receited at the warehouse as it is brought in and the owner given a wart house receive for it Arrange ments will be made for tht grower to receive 60 per cent of the value of nis crop in cash and the remainder when it is sold The money is all made up for building toe big warehouse and woik will begin on it as soon as practical with the warehouse the matter of handling the crops will be greatly simplified When the cold winds dry and crack the skin a box of salve can save xnuqh cllscomforc lu buying waive look for the nameon the box to avoidno imitations be sure you get the orjpionul De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by the Red Crois Drug Store I PUBLIC SALE On the premises one quarter of a mile from Springfield at 10 oclock fhnrsday January 1771 1907 Iwills el1 to thq highest bidder the following property Four good work horses 4 extra 3 year old 10 hand mare mulps 12 Head of good steer calves 2 Jersey cows one Jersey heifer hogs of all kinds A lot of farm ing Implements consisting of ana 2horse power gasoline engine one No 11 Ohio cutting box one new Holland feed mill one 28 inch wood saw four 2horse wagons one 1horse vagon bin der mower hav rake harrows riding and walking cultivators riding and walking breaking plos and every tool needed on a farm One 3Mnch Huber Separator with self feeder and stacker attached This machine is in first class condition and jis said to do the best work of any mAchine in the ciunty Four hundred Chocks of ladder 300 barrels of c rn At the same time and place I will sell 52 acres of land situated on theSoringfield and Perry villb turnpike in front of Dr Debos house This is a very desirable tract of land locatel near Springfield Graded School and is vtry productive land Terms will be announced on day ot pale For further infor mation call on Or address E S Mayes Jr or MC Mayes Springfield Ky House For Sare4 A nice four rpom ccottag0 on East Mair Street All mbdern improvtmen Fort particulars nquire of Luther A Burns foWJETRSiss PUBLIC SALE iOFp r 0 Stock and Farming ImpliiiiI 5 THURSDAY JANUARY 24 1907 Iir On the above date and on tthe premises three miles eat T f Springfield on the Perry ville pike I will sell the following de scribed stock About 151head of Shorthorn cows and heifers and two bu Lcalves As individuals and breeders this herd of UShorJb born IS equal to any in the State Imported Roan Victor sired by Golden Brop Victor is at head of herd Wilt furnish certificate or registration at sale Twenty 1000 lb choice feeding steers ICQ stock ewes four gr the bucks three head ot young Jacks of the best quality 10 or 15 head of horses and mares four or live work mules JerseymU cows and heifers etc Also all ofmy farpoing implement and Y two good wagons and gearing A lot of corn hay and fodder Sale lo begin at 9 oclock Dinner on the ground TERMS All sums of 20 and under cash All Sums oyerJfSO 12 months time will be given Interest from date Security re qui El of purchaserIR HMcELROY BUCKEYE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 717 East Water si Cincinnati Ohio W A BRADFORD GO W A BradfordI Tandy Qtikcnberry- vv 1NDEPENDENJ Does a strictly commission business Interest of patrons cnre full guarded Three months free storage We give to all ship pers 150 per hogshead for all tobacco consigned tip ug aad equalize freight with Louisville We respectfully solicit ywifc busing Phone Main 2681 li ijjijjitj iJwtlWji L I th1A1AJILivery and Sale Stable PARKS SIMMS Proprietors Locatetl on Doctor Streetnet to Marks t Greens Lumber Yards r35 a a Horses Bought and Sold 2 at 200 Commission Any one desiring a Uorse for any tC purpose should give us a call We can supply you or if iyou have a horse for sale we can find you a buyer 3 ALSO HAVBHORSESvAND RIGS FOR MIRE f = 1 BYON PAFLK cIf ftri wt f I q m f m fi- 4I g bgsss rsSgr11Y ifi CLOSE I TTENTION j Is what I give to all WJ work brought me and as tliJ a result I am able to n GUARANTEEiSATISFACTION fX1Jfyou have a watch or cloci 10 mend or wish your EYESiGnr CORRECTED bj i1 perfectly fitted glasses I am prepared to w it on you iitl11 fI Jas J OrsJesitJii M1 Main Street opposite resbvterian church ili s s OL1ESISINE TflOGflT I I DIAMOBR4N4QllAIJT i Lw- wr MAtCIORE frI fiNE THiN iI iJl4TtlWE5t I We are one of the largest users 11 of Rock Oak Sole Leather in the World y The 0 t he rfmaterials used in Diamond iJusti 4If 4 ASK DEALERr 1t Notice to Creditirs All persons having claims against the estate of the late L H Se yare hereby notified lo pr sent same properly provenI to me at my home at Seaville Ky on or before Feb 1st 1907 Edgar Seay Administrator 8t LHSeiyt I1i e ews Leader LouisviIe Daily Herald and Our Country illor2 1tj1 1wL rJi t cill MI iL1 1 f r ri b jf P45eaF Ht LAsANTi f Cream wErrRVermiiga f f ITIE NTEi WORM IEIE J INC IILDWI1 FAI TU rij i MWMW 9f IMtTATIMM THC WfflttMC flKWMini MKT IT milardSnoir Liniment Co T OWI t MO Pen wick I ira ew T McMUlen visited r dhWrMuaeW Barker atwtEk I iklaarsV Arthur EireDand b4rtIad Boy ISixmnons haye figtonSt tq Oweiffboro after a tblSt to relatives here Miss Myrtle Lpgsdon w sat home frp DoRansvUlfi last week Mls ep Maggie and Belle Yan Ctej of Sioiras are visiting Miss MattIe Belly Miisses Bttti Barker Anna logsdln llnyJaeand Fan xiiie IJbir doh spent Christmas WffkVith the Mieses Fenwick MSusif Rihehart andI daughter of Lebanon spent last week with her brother1S C Begley Several of our boys a d gils attendedthe party givethb Hii f Edna Qochran of Mac yllle Saturday evening Lee Riley and family have moved tp jhis pace from Springfield Dan Adams of lodianapolis inhere on a visit to his parents i jtj ATeidRieiiiODia iWeltave never heard of a single instate of a cold resulting in pneu moniaor other lung trouble whet I Foleyte Honey and Tar has been taken tnot only stops the cougb 1ft ut healfecind strengthens the llungs Ask for Fblevs Honer acd Taranc refuseariy substitute offered Dr OJ Bishop of Agnaw Mich writes I have used Foleys Honey and Tar nthre very severe cases of pneu monla with good results in ever case Sold bythe Red Cross Thug y Store i 4 TkeWindUp The skloons t1idn immeqcf trafic Monday and sold out tbt v liquor on band People wen here from Boyle Washington Jessamine and Garrard torJav in a supply of Ifauor and it went away by the case gillm quac and jug One place started a crier out iUJbe afternoon to an- nouncei that an auction of all kinds of liquors would tak a place The place was jarnmet r until a late hour and the eight year bonded arlicie sold brought from 50 to 65 cents a quarl Brandy and fine wines were al so knocked off to the hightesi bi1derand much of it went at a low figure An authprlty or such matters tells us that mon jwhisky was sold hereMonday tjian was ever known before in one day and the snipe indiyid ual said that there is now more bedandillcounty than was ever known be 1fore The same fellow wen SOmegptequait or tWQ to hae handy ir Case of an emerg ncy All nigh g Ipng bombs were exploded in differeqc parts of the city i 4honor of the passing of toe saloons and the advent of tbt New Yt ar aarrodsburg He raid I How sTb1s rer3cannot be cured by Hails Catarr J Cure FI Cheney Cc Toedo O tr RWe the undersigned have known F Jvpheney forth last 15 years anc i believe him perfectly honorable h aU business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm Waldinjr Kinnan JMarvin WhoIeCa1aDruggtstsIoledo 0 Halls Catalrh Cure is taken in ternally pcting directly upon th bcod and mucous surfaces of tin syitetz1pf T hnbnals sent free Price 7o cents per bottle Sold b druggists If t irTakeH lIS Family Pir con 6tpation f forr1sa1 I Irot d ortIi dIJJJIDulry2S 1907 rl simebeipg county court day of let for sale at the court house door in Springfield Ky at 2 ocockP M or thrceabout to tthe highest and best bidder my fttrui cousiUiner of twelve tcres theYlaPor further particulars apply w wVr Alu nurrleySpfnd i r OLIVER Ci1MAC 4dIh Ky fh f c d ic tie IL f lrby1y ti 4oing Br1Utb r oseor r C It JUIiUFWo L r Ei SLAIN BESIDE T BRIDES BED- Fsrad tohMerry Sick Girll Horses iUlrries to Desert Her After the Wedding DIOTfiERS AVENC SISTER Attempting to Jump From Chamber Window Recreant Virginian Is Shot Down and Falls Dead IsHis Wifes Sight VF Bywators n well known horse mnn with a specialty for high jumpers a follower of the foxhounds aiM popu lar society man wns killed at Culpeper Va by two sons of the late Colonel John It Strother almost Immediately after he had married their sister tfhe story leading up 1o the tragedy was told by French Strother a third brother of the girl I came to Culpeper Friday he said because we bad reason to believe something had happened to mYslster and the nhme of my family I told my sister what we suspected and I told her that If It was true I would kill the mnnon sight Bywaters came out to the house and I told hint what I suspected and tbt I had about proved my suspicions correct He protested Innocence and I toldhim I did pot believe him and that I would kill him Thdn lie asked to be permitted to see my sister who was In bed sqffer Ing from tIe results of an operation that had been performed in Washing ton 1 finally let him go to her room ask4dI told him I did not want bun to marry herr but he pleaded promising toI marry her and takd good care of her i I finally consented to the marriage and told him that if he ever deserted her or mistreated her I would kill him My sister also pleaded that she be per tnitted to marry him I knew that with my sister in the condition she was It I killed him then and there I might also kill her sol left the place After French Strother left home By tvaters and Jamesami Philip Strother wo brothers of the girl went to QuI cpr and got a marriage license Rev W Ware of the Episcopal church jerformed the ceremony After the marriage Bywaters said hat having manled the girl he in lL BACK DEAD nAn TCC OIKLU B2D- hjmght lll he had doie his duty and ci unonuced his intention to leave her Relatives of the girl remonstrated with tIm and he rushed to a window lead ng from the bedroom to the roof of he porch At this Instant both broth rs pif tjieglrl drew revolvers and fired peatedly The man fell back dead MS body falling near the girls Led The two men who did the Blioitlns were arrestod- Bywators was well known among fox uniting people throughout the state ells pack of hounds was perhaps telest known In the country for the rafton pack of Harry W Smith Thlch defeated the Middlesex pack in he AmericanEnglish honndtoatch in Piedmont valley about a year ago was largely drafted from those dogs Pywaters also owned a number of rick cross country horros among thcni Jubile which he sold tto Court IL Smith and which Is now own Iland David B Terinant of Leesburg Mc nurf13G JtNortlm ntPnJ1t1e mill of the Xonlmont Chemical company Monroe ahilUps laid Jiis coat on a shelf It Is iresumed that tlien a muse Ignited matches In the pocket and the eat burned up together with 6iIn cash rtSl300 worth oC nesrotlable notes General Sltnf or On Fat Men Weighing Scarcel less If not more than 400 pounds Shatter bad a profound aversion for Tat men either as enlisted men or officers Theyre no account for soldiering he would bluster in his tremendous basso They pant they wheeze they snort they choke they grout they groan they Waddle they slouch through the world Not a particle of good on earth fat soldiers wold not have one of cm around if I could hell It- Errbut or jou would not exactly cr call yonrs lf slight would yu colonel n venturesome major one asked Shatter after one oC these bursts Slight No Shatter putj reply HII no Ive been a blobby old nuisance ever since the dayi I tipped the beam nt over 200 pounds qnd right then I ought to have been court ninrtlalcd and cashiered for out rageous and malicious adiposity slrIfor scandalous corpulence to the preJu- dice of military disdpline Washlng ton Star ntoi so ciootf A young Mans chancestfoc making hwywsre DustinI THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE HAS CHANGED HANDS Ear 30 Years It Was Leslies Popu lar Monthly icqkM Tarbell who vreto Lincoln and the famous Story of itockfefle Siam Allen Whte the well kriovrn Kansas editor F PDuone creator of cc1r Dooley Ray Stannard Baker author of Railroad on Trial and Lincoln SteITensof- The ShamY of the Cities fame are under thelcadsrship of John- S Philiijpf now editing THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE J sytr before hrs such a Jbril iant groop ben g tbeicdto gethef and they litre not only contributing tli mselves but are filing the mag zne with the yery best noves and short stories and great timely articles bv other famous wriiers and beautiful pictures bx great artists The resuar price for Uie twelye numbers of THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE is 120 little enough as i is but for a limited time you can get the November and December 190U nmmber Vitbafall years subscript iotis for IJ07JOl a dollar CONDENSED STORIES How a Husbands Duplicity Was Re vealed to His Dstter Half A Philadelphia clergyman was lalkin ttbout the late Sam Smal- lIQnQej1eard him speak he said and his humor and elorpjcnco impressed me deeply He hada happy knack of illustratiqn He wanted I remember to illustrate the frailty that is a past of even the best characters and he toll a storyabout a brave young sojdier This soldier he said enlisted in the SpanishAmerican war and a4E orniil sun SAID fought like a lion for his country The firm he had worked for pleased with the record he was making for theIhalf his wages to her Accordingly at the end of the first wock the young woman called at the office 1irinol13ndcdIher 9 She looked at the Inoney and her face cloiidcdovcr a Nine dollars she said Ysstid the employer a lit tie hurt That is jjust halt Im sorry von are not sntisficd Yt Isnt that Im not satisfied said the young woman butal along lies been telling me his pity was only lrl a week Wait till he gets home If them Spaniards dont kill him I will Washington Star nooi9veltf Byword TRcob mi3 told the other day bt If ideut Ioosevelts love for detail lie become iinterested in the 5n5jIXeti9of tenements through are of HIT books said Ifr liiis and one diy called on me Wo talked the situation over and then toryicsjtheir hair tand up on their Jheads He was govfrrnoifnt that time One of the injjuctors undertook to dis pute sonic of Mr Kooacvelts state ments and the governor simply pvcrwlielmed him with a mascot data which jic had gathered personally During the talk he toldof his experience with a discouraged Ital ian fruit peddler lIe had naked rospcriligOhpeanut I losa op da bannn That has been a byword with Sir ftoose getsinlie policy in which any course ho may take will be found to have some drawback his intimates arc very apt to hoar luri ray What I makn On da peantt I lon on da Lanau Philadelphia Tlwol1 Cream HITgSl VermifugeTHE l WORM REMEDY THE CffcMEttSFAVOKITE TONICI witlw IUITATIN THftNUINE IY aUard Sliow Liniment Co WI I OVim MO I ii Ra dchanges of temperatuif are hard 2U4 on tbouihest constitution IItf The conductor passing from the heated 4inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature c iof the platform the cahvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building and then walking against a biting windknow the flSdifficulty of avoiding cold Ivg Scotts Emttfirion str If body so that it can better ttgt1ienstheIIIQI danger of coloT from changes of tOt 7 C- It will help you to av id taking cold 0z 0 ieQti FOR THE LITTLE ONES The Game of Orchestra Ic a Jolty Evening Pastime A jolly stunt fur an evening in Ufe house is a family orchestra Gh bse one person to serve as conductor Let everybody else st around her in a circle each one hav ing agreed to imitate a certain instrument which he has chosen for his ownonc a flute another a vie lin another a drum etc vThc conductor raps Avfth hjs baton a cane or umbrella and as ho raises it for the start let every per Corm rgive out the first note of his imitation instrument Perhaps a measure or two of sorno familiar selection like Lohen grin can be given in this way al together Then the conductor car call on this one and that one to give a solo part and impose a fine upon him if he giggles or breaks down Thjs is great iun for a party it Marvels of Sight The greyhound runs by sight only The carrier pigeon flies its hundreds of miles homeward by eyesight noting from point to point objects that it has marked or so at least it is thought The dragon fly with 12000 lenses in its eye darts from angle to angle with the rapid rapidlyair but with a clash reversing the action of its four wings and instan taneously calculating the distance of the objects or it would dash it self to pieces No one can toll in what conformation of the Co this ppwcr consists A thousand mos quitoes dance upnud down in the sun with the minutest interval be tween them yet lib one knocks an other headlong on the grass or breaks n leg or a wing long and del icateas they are A Peanut Party Tog e a poannt party isnpLa difficult thing First invitations should be sent The invitations may be written on Email paper A peanut should be takon from the shell and the invitation rolled and put within A baby ribbon may be tied to the peanut arid the other end fastened to a curd with thu name of the guest on it When the guest come the first game would boa lpeanut huat The evening shoiildt be spent in amusements with peanuts Peanut contests could be given such as how many peanuts could be grasped in hand anti who could shell ten lone the fastest without break the peanuts Twirl the Plate The players scat themselves in a circle and each takes the name of sOme town or flower or whatever uponOrient plneciitout as he does ao the name winch one of the players has ttaken The person named mnt jtii jjill and seize ihoplatc befgre itcoases spin ning but if he is not very quick it will full to the ground and he must thou pay a forfeit It is then his turn to twirl the plate Conundrum What is the difference between n man with black hair and one with of bald hood One is crow shade crocheted the other iis nit knit When iis a nilor nota When hes a1rdhrt1f sni1orJJ When is a soldier oncampod like n studious child When lies intent ntfcn Can See Opcrntloni A now anaesthetic called stovahie which does not produce unconscious ness and enables the patient to remain awake aiut watch time operations of the Biuffoons Is reported by United States Consul Mahin of Birmingham Eng land Storalno Is InJcctotl into tha lumbar region of the spinal canal itets Oil the rootH of the nerves nlllf lug the splual cord The prodnciH a certain amount of shock an well as occasional sickness and lieaiaclie I1he UrlVcn married a worthless noble fRhHe Despondenc3 She was Jilted by hor fathers coathmuamlP ck i VnsopIilKtlcatcil Scei yeT cried the stutfrt aleck when he caught them kissing at thu roller brIl HXO sir freahnwu retorted the wo- maiiLuirala Express The Hn Jcea Edge I hare paid eve 1 oueofmydebts JublluutlyIsaid Mr Cumrox Vbat Im nfraldyou will Thefinancecuoasb of your debts to kee your credit from going to the baaMWashIngtq Star u r fviAiNIAe ON LOFTY LEDGE JNew York Fir rnn Show Their Mettle In the Face of Almost Certain Death TJattllng fiercely with a madman eighty feet above the ground nuna mar nowstone icilge In dnrkiieaq Cat bthl Vj Hiu Clark nnd two men of tire New York fire depnrtmenf showcrd the shift Gothaint heroes are made ofi Robert Iliiulmnn rcndefcjl Ijisaneby the ajjpny of an abscess In the ear had escaped from his nuii es in the I3yo anti Ear hospital on Park avenue and had clambered out upon a narrow will douledgelTiirely twelve inches across from which fie tliteatcnetl the nurses and physIcians wUhin the room with a liE fEITT CAPTAIN CLAIlKfl umltm ABOUT HIM heavy stoneware pitcher There was limit one way to rescue him anti that by calling out a fire truck to capture him from the outside Itattalion Chief Gray directed Cap thIn Clark to select three voluuteoM for the hazardous task and the reply of Captain Clark was characteristic of the men of the fire department I wont ask any of time boys to go where I dare not go myself ho ul4l Ill take tire Job with a couple of helpers It was Captain Clark thor forp who led time way up the slonder ladder tein combat In midair that would have ruined tile uerve of niost men Captain Clark selected Jeremiah Scanlon mind William W ICTiuley to as siHt him and the long extension ladder was raisedl from the top of time truck It was n seventyeight foot ladder and reached a counjc ot feet above the ledge when lifted to its groHtwt height Captain Clark led the way up lu the fenrsomo atuilt to capture the shout lag capering manlne AH the ladder touched time side of thefouHding he was halfway to t41t311 ic wat fO- llowed by the two men s ectdl by Wlii naiL In ii ftxw inouieiitt they were Htcalthlly approaching the madman on the Ilodge Fortunately those Inslje the ttwni had beun a le to hojd tin uiadmanH attention so that he had not MWI the hulilos raisotl and the first iid kimew of the attack was when he felt the Iron arm of Captain Clark sliI about him During the iioxt few lulnutoc the three firemen wore in ifHiiilneiit Mit ger but Captain Clark was lqCsr the greatest Time madman thirty him about as a terrier shakes ii rat IIIiid man html in rcnllscatlon of hla daiiscr and that time entire group of battling uion were not flung far out froiq tie lodge and Into time Ktrcut below isu marvel Finally Clark pitilomxl the nuiu beneath him bj the narrow lettec while the twQ tireuioii ajlstivti tit holding his legs The madman was not conquered however With a desperate effort he squirmed upward and ror n second Captain Clark was inohugl over the dark cliff side of the building bolow him At that moment a pair of strong arms reached out from time window and seized him arid the two strug gllng men were then drugged Inside the rom Time other flrcnfen followed mill then the tight with time crazed man was renewed lie had the strength of ten apparently but he was finally bound with strips torn from the bedclothes It minot until Dr Coleman arrived from Beilevue with a striitjackct that Ilinduian was completely subdued and taken Jo Beilevue where It was said that he was the fiercest and most un controllable maniac ever brought there John Bull Bachelor John Bull bachelor is a de scription that threatens to be attn 11edto us in the not far distant future for the disinclination to marry is becoming mote general among Englishmen every yfiar They themselves attribute this iij di poBition mostly to time frivolity extrtTaganco and unfaithfulnoas of l thA jnodern EnsrUsli wfe London J TT WOMAN AND FASHION t tThetfftrated maj be eanjled out either in white or caJored hamlkorchlef linen tviuimea Ith jn erttdn and edging of emhrpldery The paiigl arrangement ot the insertion onthefnjnt bore of thett p nusrxa irnor apron jinU outlining the sloping tucks at the bottom Just above time ruffle pf the material U moat effective The suspender liapod bib with crossplece Is made ontlrelj of the emruIleryanI edging I clur Pars Brown furs of airicinds are unusual ly faahkmiibie Jttt notr whether sable mink brown mm ten or even caracal or lyecll jtiirrDl Elvyn Art few colors with whleli brown furs ate not cs qul9lte rpafkono of time ninny shades that are Waafcht out most attractively by brown fur black Qften dealnlns the color at Thrown martM U IhRlrell li IIxronilu nith nxli this wlntan It Ij xtreiiirtTsdaalc Pcr h1cl ts fortluray Is always to practical m ttvil f w tbtltur C3t il1ltl the strip velvets in wilch the striping IS rviinpllsU t bye p3 hf- we4iig luttxMul of Uy ecmtrnst in text nvc or color are atfajfMhfcr chnrming firlhe jmrposc ITilj velvet gos by vAriowa names vUnirj raye Pe- Ilul j yhlffon felwsrx and Is ex qufsitoly soft in texture and in color lug Time makers sttj ttoo that it hw- uacommouwearlns qualities IScnrC Pnsltlonnble fte lisa been added to the list of timings racking the perfectly garbed woman This Is a loag scsirf which must be made of crape liberty silk or chiffon the extra shade of the gown It mu t be at least four yards long andtn yard or two wide wi h the ends gadiered together and caught with golden or silver tssiJs The sCar Is worn wrapped around the throat for railing and ju tntre loosenel where n time house Trim I tTcCoat Coats of Mplifltt i ncr ore conshL ered very smart this year and theynrff Purely natty and becoming The one tshown of cheviot in plain blue to math a skirt striped in white The front has a blind closing In theccn POXY COAT II- tor whIle the natty xttUing collnr H of unique design tp isaaraiappnd with the CUffs Uuttous iaay trtm the latter and a braid or voftQt may Berve as klDlllnlfThe Magic Octagon Out ofIi pieceof stilt cardboard cut four of each of the three cle signs shown in Pig Amid so join them together that they form an no ATan VIBCBS PlO IJOFAOO1 octagon fisvre The pieces num bered l nre to befitted together iftIthe ccptpcjthe jplocos2 and 3 placed alternately round thp pieces0 nnmbercd 1 after those pieces have been fitted together Pig BPliiadelphia Ledger 1VI il IulDontptminpkhilu seeds for they make necklaces when they are prcttrIin gether with a needle and ton You can make bracelets by threading the seeds point to porat in and putting black beads between the them tSA iddle AVord of one syllable easy and short Reads backward nail forward the aJ ljjlt expresses tho sentiments warm the heart And to beauhr lay prlntJliaJ claim T aREE tEEEEtEfg ei IA i MARI4SJGREFN l The old Reliable Manufacurers II t f 4 andijieaiera in all Kijds of t1 i LUMBER LATHS SH1NG ti 4J SASH IJOORS LDs IJf sp ii l handle the cele fA8 I rm i MixecTOifinel Coa1I ii1tT qanibeBetJfiN f fii t W We are sole agents for sJ V5S34W 7tACME CtMENT PIASTERIt 11The Best on EarbE1 Prices Righti j i1fA j iiOfficeandards Ii Doctor and Railroad Streets Springfield Kyri a iimr E l IIi I The Children like It tMrs C 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