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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7A JJUSlIED- weIN 1 w j 1111111111 i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 17 1907 SUJ PEIt YfiR I NEW SEIESYIJL XIV NO 3 d r IR tl 1 F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOficc over HaT oll Barber k Naonbleprice8 itwork guaranteed- SpRINGFIELD KY ts= rOUIDtftECTORY jflLtD etmmty Mat tod aty51 I1ei watk y Mt i 4iu4e 59 iles fi ljI branch olCMYiti Bardatowjs feMBt ykalid WasktiUe iailroadin l frg H atrlcatt1lral district t ro- iM and teiep1ideiakjte1eErapla ckfr MOcet floiir mills lumber 1100 population of yt r Potation sisty i50o 34preettiYC la Cong rew Horn D i jmitk HodffeHYille Xjr lpcitntatiYe in Kentucky Lei tat Hon W JO Ckybrooke JtcfcMcatative la State Senate Hon ferrrXettcr Lebanon KY totyJJ County It l crCU1TCOURTf- r s CfrpwItCotirt sriai H the fourth Sefciar la February Ka1uid Octo SIIr I5Thuran Jtidg A fc Durham Coauaonwealtk AtAr cr ftCY Bobt A NQe ClerkAk G LachmaB MaliteroJEnnlsa VH O 1 QUARTEU4YOURTT I Quarterly Court V day in each mouthA1 1MtjT Jadge COUNTY COUR1V Coiuity OAirt meets OB the fourth iHdayiaIechmeatb I1 L L iteyJUdge W F Booker County Clerk ITttla1es COUfXt7 Attoisey- fI 4 tteccje Catlett Jailer SULaey Oiteourne Sheriff Sam Amdertoa m B Powell I I Herbert tk aa Depauee r1h M Misters j 4vja sT Moore County S rvett- T P OBryas Assessor W T Kitckeli Deputy f IJtoHrl1fo TreasurertJX ettr7 PMOJ1eT Jj W esh Supt of COi1Oa- ishs lIP O Springfield i ilCITY COURT t JaJi R Noe Police Judge 1zlI Joha Grace Marshal W F Grlfesby City Attorney v r JUSTICE COURT Jnojlce Courts are held in Jaattary Vgril July aidJctobe- rGkiirch Directory liETHODISTs CHURCH Jter P W Lyon Pastor Ser ricetamtieTirttamd Third Sundays 1ml jackost l at lla wii and 7 0 inIayhOOl nJ S every Sunday atluam Prayer m HJV every WCdflSdY aJtkt AJiHOLIC CHURCH teT P f Henmettavi pastor Ser T ei yerV Sunday it Sand 10 o clqck a Services at St Rce same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH XeTW T Walden Pastor Seivi every Suadar py gTyyMgTCAN CHURCH preachingI every Sunday at 11 ant art at 7 pm Sunday school every- nidayS t 10 a1I1prayer meeii- njnr TMmrwJay evening at 7 oclock A BAPTIST CHURCH 1 J JteTW Harriion Willis nrtFat Preaching ev ry Sunday at U am n 745 pm Sunday School every nnday at 9O am PrayeZ meeting tevryrtt day evening at 745 oclock I t FratrRaIOrdr4- LsoxIc i Lottt Springrfleid lodge t M SO jeeUt firit and third Monday A each month SWaskiagtonR A Chapter To 57 meets every second Tueiiday IftriIIJielc1 Council o52 meets on- T TiMirtk Monday- JCofTJDI Mcinzs Meet tnr tsctmo i1 FFEYSHO- NEYDTAR 1 Tto iriginl 1UTIYE CRib reiiy1 A I lungtTOSbkOo 41or Tejbodj SoW erery where Th Rulnet1 JfOUKTB BOWCY MM TAR is in- aYwrdkfs ZefueesnbtitMm Prd nIySy OSMWy OIs- 0 Slid hRed CrrjgS or tr 7 w F c IIwr tTHE NFWS=LEADERw liiTiiiKHiWgHirairaftg HW d trtr tSiiCnS JJflROUND rT II1 I HMMMHM The Strike Bill Simpkins wjuz a worker some wheres near bount 6 oclock SItiin t und the grocery fire where hed talk and talk and talk Lowedthat he could complish wonders ith th cradle an the plow An said maybe if chance offered he would shorely show us howrBu when asked to give a reason fur 3da Jazy shljEtleis wayi A Ojus never doin nothin but a vast In ov his days Bill would bUnk his eyes a minnit then wouldsay as if surprised Im a waitinY toys on cougsess fr- I inust be subsidized Whats the use o takin Sill wbuld ask in chances1 What th use 0 wastin a rackin ov yer bones Then hed settle back a grinnin in th ol1 splintbottomer chair One hahd reach fn1 out fr crackers tother mussin up his hair In next day hed keep a loafin an th restof us would sweat Fr th clothes that we wuz wearin an th little that weet Taint no Use o workin that way William Simpkins he surmised Send pertitions down t congress an well all get n at last we subsldizedII haps ol BIn n we made up a committee fr V try ansfurnish light n this thingthatBill had mentioned anit was very long ill we found him right by hector an th rest ov us wuz wrong n we all just took t loafin nary load o grain wed haul Cause we knowed it didnt pay US an we didnt workat all An we are goin to keep on Joafin till the countrys paralyzed Or our trusty old farm wagons like th1 ships Is subsidized STheCommoner D OND ISSUEThe proposi P tUrn of a bond issue for the town of Springfield has been dIscussed tc some extent and the aattQrhas been broughtbefere iheGitV Council but that body bas yet lal en no definite steps nahe matter At the last meet ng bJ the Beard it was suggested that a mass meeting of the citizens of the town be cSLlled to consider the question but no definite steps were taken to that end and the matter was deferred to a later date Before the town can assume a bonded indebted ness 1C becomes necessary to submit the quebtion to p vote of the people Tf twothirds of those voting are in fayor of the issue the measure will be con sidered as carried The proJo sition is to issue 10000 of twenty year bonds the money from tije proceeds of the bonds to be usdor the construction of streets and Eewers for the town The average taxpayer of a town is always mgre or less in clined to shy at a bbnd issue and the the taxpayers of Springfield will probably prove no exception to the rule The burden of taxes for the taxpayers of th- townis now about as great a ithe average citizen can stand and whereaV the bond issue will not immediately increase taxes It will be assuming a debt iou which the taxpayers are respon siole The reason that a bOLd issue nor any other measure cannot increase taxes is the very good one that the e nititu tional Unit has already been reached as regards municipal taxes The issuing of SIOOIO bones means the car ying of that amount if indebtedness by the town and the tesponsibility of the payment of the annual interest on the same which will have to come out of the city treasury On the other bandit is claimed by those in favcr of the bond issue that it iis tery necessary as the town grows to have more streets and sewers aud other public improvements and without the money we cannot have any of these It iis claimed that oncethe streets are put in first class condition that the cost of repairs and maintaining them will be greatly reduced Tlie citizens will probably be given an opportunity to soon take the matter of a bond issue i under careful consideration wT rJIrt members Vi ONDEMNEDTbeot County Local of thfi S of B did tb e proper thiqjpbe other day when Hwy pased a resolution de M nouncing in strong terms the writers of those threatening an o 1 ymous letters said to have been sent toTMr H M Mos the buverfor the American T6 bacco Co The tobacco cr owers who are interstedinthis societyI cannot atforiIto countenance anything that inarks of lawless lness Inevery community there are a few irresponsiblnl hotheads and there are nearly alwSfsto Ve found some fellow who grasps the opportunity to write an anoymous lettr We un stand that an investigation of the threatening setters has beer put on foot and for the g6o fdf the community and for the good of the A S of E it is to te hoped that the guilty parties will be detected and PUtis led GONDiTiON A queer QUEER of affairs developed at a trial in Police Court last week in regard to the police of fiers on duty last day The ountycourtI ed with the offence ing with the city marshal in the- discbargeof his duties and the case appeared to be a plain one but for technical defect which was discovered by the attorneys for the defense Siride the ill ness of Mr John Grace the regular city marshal iit has been necessary to appoint a substitute This substitue or rather several extra marshals were appointed to serye on the day in question It developed however that there was some flaw in the proceed ings by which the officers were appointed and that the town on that particular day had no mar shall and1 the accused could not be held for interfering with the city marshal when that official did not legally exist It was rather an unfortunate state of affairs and a dangerous one for thcltown er1cOIno question as to his authority use Cflo el From ttP Sonlli SI waut to give some valuable advice to these who su1f rwilh lame back and kidney trouble says J R BI nkeDship of Beck Tenn1I have proveJ to an absolute certainty that Electric Bitters will postively cure this distressing condition The firstt bottle grve me great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so completely that becomes a pleasure to recommend thatgreat remedy Sold under guarantee at C JI Hay dons drugstore Price 50c rJJ BootLegger Ihefirst case of bootlegging to come up for trial in Harrods burg since local option wenttm to effect last week was a case against a seventeen tear old youth who was arrested MOn day afternoon by a police The boy whose nameis withed is a son of a former saloon milriI He was tried before Judge Grimes Tuesday afternpon and gIven the lowest finnof 60 The young man stated at the trial that he had taken one pint and fouD fifth pints of wi1i Icy from the saloon where his father It Quiets the Cough iione reason why Ayers Cherry Pectoral is so valua ble in consumption It stops the wear and tear of useless coughing But it does more iit controls the inflammation quiets the fever soothes heals Ask your doctor abouttthis The best kind ol a testimonial Sold tor ovor sixty years XsdabZCAyerCoLowoUU3I A1o manufacturer of 9 SAfcSAPARILU lJePC PILLS We have no leereti t We pnblUh the formulae of our medicines LaIm1e45P Hasten recovery by keeping tho bowels regular with Ayers Pills was employed on the night that the saloons went out and took them home and hid them in the coal house Monday he brought the bottles up town and sold them to another boys also minor for eighty cent The bov admitted that he knew that he had done wrong in selling the whiskey land also knew that it was against the himIcourt on account of the boys age and said that if be was assessed a fine that it be suspend e onhjlL ggpd behavior and promise notto sell any morewbis ky Judge Grimes said that he would be as lenient as the law would permit by letting him off witht1m lowest fine but should he befound guilty of the second offense he would be given the lellreme penalty The boy was allowed four days in whicn to give bond for the amount of his fiue- Tbereis a probability of the Federal Court taking up the case and the grand jury may also indict the young man in which eveot he will have a very hard row to hoe The police and city officials are determined to enforce the law against all IlaoptionIlaisexceedingly dangerous for anyone to attempt the illegal sale of liquors h reHarrcds burg Democrat- Cnred of Lnmr Tronble It is now eleven years since I had narrow escape from consumption writes C 0 Floyd a leading business jKan of Ker shaw S 0 I had run down in weight to 135 pounds and coughing was constant both by day and by night Finally I bqgan taking Dr Kings New Discovery and contn ed tHis for about srx months when my cough and lunjr trouble were entirely gone atidj was restored to my normal 170 pounds It Thousands of persons are healed every year Guaranteed at C J Haydon drugSore 50cand 100 Tria bottle free Spttle Lebanon Ky Jan 4 1907 I lhereby acknowledge receipt of check for lQOO in full settle ment of claim against The Gret Eastern Causahv and Iridem itv Co of New York I thank your G neral Agent Mr J I Bright for the prompt and satis factory settlement pf my claim as well as the kind courteous treatment received at his bands I can recommend The Great Eastern to anv one who desires accident and Health Insurance Yours truly THOMAS Dix Under the Wheels Mr Chris Bell a nephew of Prof Chris W Bell principal of the flatrcdsburg Graded school was run over and instantly killed by a freight train at Bardstown Junction Friday evening at 6 oclock Mr Belt wasa brakeman on the Louis- vIlle Nashville road oeLween Louisville and Nashville and was attempting make a coupling when the unfort nate accider t occured He stumbled and fell beneath the wheels the train passing over his head and shot j dersborrlblymalJlatll1g body his Mr Bell was twenty two years of age and unmaried He was a son of Mr and Mrs J H Bell who resides at Corbin The re mains were taken to Boston and buried Sunday Young Bell attenderl the Graded Scool during the sessions of 1904 and 1905 and was quite well known and popular here The news of his tragic death was receivjedi here with profound regret Harrodsburg Democrat Prompt Payment Lebanon Ky Nov 24 1906 JI Bright District Manager Lebanon Ky Dear Sir Thanks for chpck of 833 amount in full on my claim Con recommend the Great Eastern C I Co asthe company that does pay Settlement of my claim was prompt and satis factory John B Spalding rI FEBRUARY FIRST The Washington County Creamery Plant Will Begin Business t The management of the new creamery recently completed here lhas decided tobegin business on the tirst of Febrruar Mr Arthur Goatley who is a Washington county man but who has had several years ex ffjaruJncQ in the creamery business in Kansas hisbeen engaged to operate the creamery Enough cows have been engaged to guarantee a sufficient supply of milk and it is expected that the supply will be increased later on as Spring opens It has not yet been determined justhow the milk will be Col lected from the farmers but it is probable that a regular wagon win be furnished by the create ery and will make regular trips for the collection of the milk from the farmers who have sub scribed the product of their cows HOw t AvoId pnenmoma We have never heard of a single instance of a cold resulting in pneu monia or other lung trouble when Foleys Ion J and Tar has been taken It not only stops the cough but heals and Strengthens the lungs Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Dr C J Bishop of Agnaw Mich writes I hafve used Foleys Honey and Tar pneuimonlacase Sold by the Red OrossDrug Store Wants to Correspond N ws Leader 1 wish you would put a notice that the und rsuihe4 WQuld liue to cor espond Wita aIry of the decendents of the following families Joe Graves Joe Ryan Thomas Simmons James Brine field Jacob Barlow Jcr any cf the Barl vs whobavein their posession a family record of the Barlows J H Barl6w STipjonIn L FoiSd dont digestI3ecause the essenIare not properly balanced Then too it is this undigestive food that causes UFnes and piinrull indiges tion Kodol for indigestion should be used fur relief Kodol is a solution of vegetable acids It digests what you eat and coraects the deficiencies oj the digestion Kodol conforms to the Natlc tin Pure Fodd and Drug law Sold here by The Red Cross Drug 2Store Cincinnati Capital IVithcent of the tobacco growers of Kentucky binding themselves to hold their Tobacco until it can be marketed at a profit satisfactory to thef armors poolI representa tives of ihe organization are in Cincinnati to finance the project- S 1 halfare able lo carry their own crops the remainder are the week spots in the organiza tion as unless they receive aid t r ROYAJI IAlIII Nadefo I 1 PureGrapeCreaiwrI i only excuse for buying anything Jbiit a Pure GapeCreron of Tartar Bating Powder is to ave a in priceROYAL costs you a few cents more per cap than Alum or Plios differenceLpastryjrecjrom theJnjurioJiR leffects of these cheapening substitutes fJJ Continued use of means perm ricntinjUty tQ hc ItL pliinlTLI pO1Dn1 j e a they will have to 8eftat whatever price the trust happens lo offer The banks p5 JincinDati are friendly tothe prbjeot It will take about 2000000 Clarence Lebus with sevdrul others of the executive ccmmit the of the Kentucky Tobacco Growers Pool conferred with representatives of the Cincinnati Tobacco Warehouse Company at the Emery Hotel l wednesda nightSThe Cincinnati tobacco ware house people are willing to tin dertake the task of financing the crops of w ak growers but will insist on having it placed absolutely in their hands Lex ington Observer lows WWe offer one hundred dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Sails Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O QWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions amid finan daily able to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm Waldinp Kinnan Marvin WholeaalelrtiggIsts Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken in ternally j acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimdnals i sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists ft Take Halls Family Pills for con stipatibn j Important Opinion The Court of Appeals recently dismissed the Appeal Jt the smallpox case of the city of Hard town against Nelson county and on motion of the City of Bardstowu awarded damages against the couny on the judg k T e tJ t The few cents inenN By a later decision the Court withdrew beopinion and I overruled the the plaintiffs motion awarding damages against the county The opinion is an important one as it invol yes the question of damages upon costs whch was principa fly in issue Countsel for plaintiff R C Cherry and GeorgeS and John A Fulton for the county Nat W Hale p1ughertjIBardsfownStmdard How to tire GkllMis f To enjoy freedom from chil blaines writes John Kemp East Otisfiqld Me 1 apply BuckleD fL Arnica Srlve Have alsoused it for salt rheum with excellent results Gurantee to cure fever sores indolent cersi piles burns vi ounds frostbites and skin diseases 25c at Gi J Haydo s drug store Shipment of Jacks Tuesday efternooa Mr Job B Vancleave of Missouri sip ped from this city itf head of jacks claimed by 1juaeaof this kind of stock to be the beet everseen in this cOmmunity In height these jacks ranged from 14f to 16 hands tOne of them a two year old was bought of Mr Ben J Lancaster of this city for OO The renwiininlp eight el purchased of men adjoining counties ata price ranging from 700 001000 per head These animals werec taken to Smith ton Missouri to lop a nrge and extensively ad vertsed sale of jacks and jen nets which will tike place thtr in a few weeks Ltbanon Enter- prIse 44V OFFERIf I i Ii toiiin the South whichXX oneqif the best magazines published iiw w ve Absolutely Freew- ith t I i each new subscriber to the News Leader and to each re X newal or old subscriber who pays up and pays one ill year irt advance f i I SOUR COUNTRY Ia rr wMonthi yagazlnepu bl ISe a at 4 Louisville and is an attractive illustrated Mgazi P5ci is ably edited We will furnish the NewsLeader and Our Countryone ye rfdrI Address i d E L DAVISON SPINGF1ELbYI JrbPubli t r a w 44 t Mss + 5dlJ 7 T t rththg1041 lR powotri 1 4 J J r t Alum t f i I RecdltitJoiM Whereas Ii It4ii ple d th treat Tetphfr to call trOil h rt4tistudiee b reto the cbool M high our schoolmat and co panion Dorothy McElroy Be it resolied T iat mbet death our school hMoibo of its brightest pupils cmr iocitty one of Its Mort faitfal asbers- DdWeCklOV dfrIeM That weiredMpbr atqo- four ION aa rnbrskThat while we grmii tsshall clasp nO iaorehtr ojhand nor hear again hr jfHtU voce wehwbly Hltt to ofi alftictioB aad pray for tfere titto aay siLcerelr Thy 1riJlLnot ours be don In her life she tughtashow to live aobly purely 4 uimi fiahly in her death how to dji sustaised b1tfa1ierill XLftk 0 that lets iM fear BO e H tho ife pisa thro the valley of sb4 ifland which xproufses lit 4wal bent Ibearte linked in Joys kwno partings and tears aoii s f cam fall rbM W eXiI os sypsy tobK1ai1r ilttlrlet aid to hr friends in thtir bwriMVt went Thjt thtM r M tibM 4Jj 1spreitd upon oat record pabJ if Ils4lvt4in tJ1e locs1pss ait f COPt tobsr faailjr tIDAMCCLUEPrSSby 1 i il 1fI Jvnsoupsfoupt After a brief abjiet Iwi1l- send laa fwTj piHii f oiOir little il aleITJhere his been a great cIeal el buying and movisgln our IkHit 1t ty Mr RA XwIt house and lot to Mr Joha Psa- t175 Mr John E ioU KM motod jmto tbe hpvte Taokted t Mr KeysMr 1a KeV Miv reoeatlr moved to km JJlllrJchaMdotJlr JobatiOk okMrs S1siLMa4wi7 who Is j b4m very kwtOMt is ported much iiproirsd i Alltb to Nkcco t thtktnm mvmiij baa but ssM a4 nl liver 1 I t 1E1f JiCr Will Wayne Ha or d 1tei his naw hoeee w iciiipleted f i Mr ChalkK it a t daughter Mist MmdL trf tJt141yule acre csIJ tittrdeath of his aO Ir JG T Ki brlin f MrJiiMilbiraoeriozsly IM f pror4 jU this writMaf F Mr Bob taailT DeIP qt 0 lMr ef MM wk Isb rrL4Wst Mr a GrIs nagb MamtK the nful ii Utl i i J ii 1i Of Xf rOoIII M 11ttiYtry c wb dfpfctiMria MMaado- I 0 bae a4MrCbaiI- kBridysfariSp LJT = J= C i J L r THENEWSLEADER ID KYJBXY THUKSDAY 1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE J l rt jPINGFI9LDKYe t e J DAVISON Jr Loel or tnBihus notices 10 cents per 1 ok 4entjnlfert1 n iLLs candidates and political mattcf trk dflit low rates bat cash b 1adcnde1S4eryofccd5I t 4JL Y tOMteatiM JTMolutlons of respect J ovX0ZXTS t t i suijuiy JtIhhUt250S J Dkt4s4ei1TKJRSDAT JEAN 17 1906 Our neighbor Lebanon is on f f ythe viirg of local option cam 4 pa1ID The temperance people t y B YfTa petitlpn in for a call for aJlilection on the liquor selling ion for March 25th TheT1fcy lvWil to beitaken in the city of t J Sinom only as that is a fourth JMZ Lccit Lebanon is the only t p5it in Marion county whet4 Jqu r can be legally sold any It wio if it is voted out there the tatire county will be dry In castVthe temperance people ar- victoriousi the saloons will hi rcIos i Before those in Spring field are for the reason that the Lebanon saloon licenses all exIr pJre in May while several in SprIngfield run until late jnthia summer The outcome ItI r figfefr will be watched with inter reSt t TThey dont treat Gov Beck hams ppDointe s very well at Jackson One William Carne apponted15y the Governor to sit iin theHargis case was called down by the Court of Appeals qustionablerultags and there Kas been presented to Gov Bepkham a petition signed by a Tmberof well knowncitizen qfJckson requesting him to calUnpon Special Judge o Williank Carnes the T p Hnteefor the case of J I f Hargis to resign his commission ff tt v at once and not a ain sit upon jf the bench at Jackson A queer state of affairs exist Evansville Ind The riyer hascut a channel across the Big JfHorsefhoe bend between Evans r yule and Henderson and Is flowing through at u tremendous J rate leaving the water iin the I Jiarboras quiet as a lake The city confronts the serious dan gpiof being left five miles from the Ohio j 1 p Zi The flljEkt Name V- v Mr August Sberpe the popular overseer cf the poor at JirtMl1d1soD la says Dr Kingys New LifePillsure rightly named tney act more agreeably do more good and make onafetl I letter than any fuer Jaxat e gifrnteed to cure biliousness Sand bpostipati n 25c at C J Haydons drug score = 0 Foret View j Mrs Craven of Lebanon i lL5 is the guest of Mr J Carrico and family Miss Teresa HIa ford of Lou isvile is visiting relatives here toe past few days t Mr Williatii Mills Harlhig Ifom Idiana is at Eilory Qsi bornes for several days stay Mrs Donohoe of Valley Hill and Mrs Frank Beaven c f Springfield visited relatives here last Tuesday- Preston Phillips and sister pf near Ray wfck Marion county were at their uncles Me J EL Smith last Saturday and Sunday entertaining with their grapho phbneMr and Mrs Smith on last Friday night gave a old time square dance which wa mot delrgntfully carried out and all ehjoyed themselves hugely Mijss Bell of Howardstown i the guest of Mr and Mrs Jo WilettMr ylveter Smith has moved hs saw mill from near Y ley riill to bis home on th a John Johnson farm near th plaend will grind every Fri j4a Mr Smith is a clever man d am will do whats right we wish k MUCCWM flis mill is con ai fcrrtd a cod one by the people azatd YiUel Hill- I Uacle Bemua stMkill el1youthebes1k k hpriM shoes and Capewell nails ant Hilary Osborn or Oeorge Tpppklns will nail them on as tigbt as Boges Briches MAUL When it comes tOWriting up news one usually wants somell rare occurrence something now indeed to make it the more Interesting and this time for onceI I have it surely but I shall not Keep you in suspense any longer for suspense is something to beJ dreaded almost as much so as ex pense but than if you will only folJowthe example of an honorable old ciiizen who lived in this community he is dead uow ant died a rich man you Will nevei be at any great expense His coat was becomihft very much worn and on being questioned why he did notpnrehase himself a naw one repliedClOh if I can 1lDorrowa great many and young areIIfrespeeially who tMnk they cob eUed to IL5ve numerou thibgs when if they act upon the judgment of the old fellow mentioned see that if they can do without today they can dowith out tomorrow ancl upon deeper meditation see that it would have been a vain silly act merely 9to satisfy vanity and that their meager income would have sufi ered by it thereby causing others to suffer but then I did not mean lecture and to use a slang expression if you will pardon it I have sidetracked my sub ject with which I jokingly began Imerely meant to say that we have had so much rainthat the river has not been fordable were it not for the bridge but very few days within the past two months andif the rain continues Ithink some of our toads will bee past fording too eThe tobacco growers here have taken advantage of the ex cellent stripping season and till are very nearly through AllI but a very few crops have been pooled Mrs Ora drum has returned I home from Springfield Miss Lill Shehan has been in Sprhigheld the past week the guest of her sister Mrs Jennie Bdrlowe Misses Mary Wakefield andI B ulah Arnold entered school a t Springfield the past week Mrsskate Shewmaker spentt Saturday with Mrs MfL Trout man MrsE S Goatley and little son Allen were in Bloomfield Saturday wJfefyisited i Tuesday last H T Virgin and ssters Dal la ShehanSwere in Bardstown Wednesday Will Bfuston was in Springfield SaturdayIMadames Neale Bodine dridi Will Sliehan and Misses Josie sand Lall Shehan spent two days of the past week in Louisville Miss Lydia Virgin enteredIl school Ut Bardstown Monday Bro McKnight will preach New Hope Sunday morning a tIt 11 oclock He has been calledI for the year and will deliver hi sermoivg onrttfe first and thirdI Sundays also on Saturdays be eacbjmonth FRIZZLEHEAD Special Alllloucn1olltTRjarfiiDE llm National Pure Fool aM DM L2F rWe ore pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food ard prug law as it ccontains no opiatcs or other harmful driigSj and we recommend it as a safe remedy for Children and adults For sale by the Red Cross Drug Store 1 MOOR VJLLE Born on Jan 10th to the wife of Peterson Hilton a 8 pound1 girl Mr Will Buckmad is very llow of a complication of diseases His children have the whopping coughs Mr George H Chesser wife and children have the ineaus Fine Jack 8 years old Has sired more 100 colts than a the county Good Stallion 13 years old Harness Do1dsGoodwQ c and brood ware lilly 12 enfold work mare workehorse n weanling mule colts A good weanling Jack Brown mare 8 years old goods saddle and harness mare A thoroughbred mare 6 years old oldtA They contracted them while re Efl centlv en a visit to friends in at Atthe regular meeting held last Friday night at the school house several more crops of torn la pooled The A S- olE are fast gaining ground in w this yicinity which in my opinion is a wise thing Mr Lum Cheatham of Chap lin and Miss Ollie Cull of this place drove to Springfield last and itiedi 0VVeMr D L Humphry has rentved from Mr Elijah Farris all boqse and lot for 100 and will remove to same at an early date Miss Artie Wall will return from Louisville this week i Mr Garrard Clark and wife of Tatham Springs spent Inst Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ed j Yocumt rBW Ellis was in SpringfieldS last Monday on Messrs Jas Oder and JohnSy Hines had a partnership sale last Saturday Corn sold from 35 to 40 cts per bushel the farm was knocked off to Jas Oder at 24 per acre The pikes are almost inopass able at some pointsuMr Ham Pile has opeoed ijpandis now ready for work in his fine Mrs MarthaAllmanjVof near Bardstown spent a week with her parents iMr and Mrs J WdHays of this ylace pull Bro purchased a field from Mat Tuax for 1200 sup posed to contain about fony acres Mr B M Cull and brother Lewis spent last Sunday at WakeHeld station i Mrs Eliza Wall and soniTom spent last jSunday with friends iin Springlif Carne NationIipertainly smBhed a hole in the bar tIt as a cure for coughs Bronhitis and- Influenzaand all Puluonary diseases r CH1 Horton Kansas writes I haye ievr found a madicine that would cure a cough quickly asD Ballards Horehound Syrup IIiused it fat years Sold by the Redt Gross Drugstore Maokville visitingberat Bowling Green Misses Min rvIa Raybourn i t and Julia Lair were in BarroJs l burg shopping last Saturday Mrs Lee Riley and daughters have moved into the house re cently Vacated by Mr Lou nb Turner t Mrs Harrison Wright is quite ill of typhoid fever Mr Dee Riley and family ofr s Springfield visited Mrs Martha Tumey the latter part ibf last- week LexingtonisPeters Mr Gilbert Hatchett and wife of Perry ville visiled the family of Mr Hamscn Wright lastSat urday and Sunday Miss Addie Warren of Per ryville iis visiting her sister Mrs Melvin GUlirpie near town arpi1yhavecated bvMjf Frank Turner Mr Frank Turner having moved in with Mr and Mrs Sam Maj es Mr James Isham and wife were the guests of Mrs Lou Merrflt of Danville last Sun day and Monday MrAlbertPowellof Colum t bus Ohio is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Ben Powell of- iiar1owu 7 Mr 0 W4 Camden and wife were in Hanodsburg last Mon dav r quiteillotMisses Emma and Maggie i PUBLIC SALE beginjngatfTuesday January 22 J906 i Sell at public auction tbe following propertyt yrjacfem yearsokweanhig A I Louisville ijaccowere O inloal13Jwork mare Two mule colts t A four year old work horse JO hands high c Four rtt yearling mules 7 t Jennetfc ia foalJAn i gedJenucltIOne l J aclrI30 head of Sheep A first class Jersey milch cow r Five good earlycalvesJTwo yearling s eejrs 27shOats 800 bushels of cprn a2O0bushelsl Arubber tire buggyaud harness J tITERMSSums under 10 cash Over that amount 6 months credit with gdod negotiable note J T MONTGOMERY s S M Campbell Auctioneer att cpened school on Jan 14 the High School bullJing with forty pupils In attendance Mr J Gs Howell yisit d bis sister Mrs Clark of Wilhsburg weekMadam Rumor reports several eddirigsin the near future Miss Lena Epperson of Springfield and M r Tom Bowles of Fenwick attetded church here Sunday Mr T J Trett of Polin was n gur town Saturday on busi oessMiss Settle Shewmaker is her sister Mrs Will Nal y near Fen wick TIlE SMART SET All the Worlds aitage and Ballards Snow Liniment plays a most prominent part has no superior for rheumatism stiff joints cuts sprains and all pains uy it try it and you will always me Anybody who has used Ballards nowLinlinentis a living proof ot- hat it does Buy a trial bottle 25c oc and 8100 Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Bornx Starch One of the simplest forms of starch ng In a case of sudden need Is these of borax water A quarter of a teaspoonful of bornx In half d teacup ful of cold water will give a dressing like new to embroidered cyffs and collars or even those made ot linen Dip the article you wish to starch In the dissolved bornx wring and roll in a ry cloth for a few moments then Iron Snperflnoum Ilnlr Get an ordinary live cent cake of pumice stone not pumice soap but the regular old fashioned pumice stone To remove the hair rub the skin afflicted with the superfluous growth and tlio pumice stone will wear the haIr off Be careful uot to rub too hard which Irritates tlieskin In case the skin la1 made red by the treatment use a little cold cream Good Way to Give Cn tor OIL Put a tablespoonful of orange juice a small tumblcc pour In the re quired amount ot oil and more oranga ice ou top The oil forms a ball fIn middle of the Juice and Is swallow d without coming In contact with tho ongue flaked 3H1U Milk put Into a stone jar tied down nd put Into an oven and baked for- evcraI hours Is very nourishing for Invalids and delicate children and almost equal to cream St Albnn nnd IIlii Teacher By some strange Irony St Alban the martyred but possibly mythical Roman soldier whose festival nih- on June 22 has quite overshadowed his probably historic Instructor St Amphlbalus whose anniversary comes on the following day About Am phibolus we know that ho was a naive of Caerleon which the golden legend expresses by dubbing him a princes son of Wales In grete araye lie was burled at Redbo rne hut translated to St Albans abbey where his cup wee prtsecved whjth they of the common sort call St Affa belle Bolle In former tithes children were frequently christened with hits name and Affnbell Partridge was gold Dmith to Queen EliznbetbWestmln ster Gazette DankllrUa Fete of Lantern One of tire quaintest of the numerous yearly fetes still In honor n 1 Dun kirk Is the fete of lanterns instituted many hundreds of years ago in honor pf St Martin bishop of Tours who died in 890 and who was one of the prelates by whose efforts the early In habitants of these parts wcre c6nvcrt ed to Christianity As soon as dusk Bets in the celebration commences and all the urchins of the town congregate- n the main thoroughfares Each one bears a paper lantern some of which Ire of considerable proportions being shaped In the form of n I8hlppr n Cower With lanterns in hand and blowing lustily on horns and trumpets the crowd of youngsters parades the streets London News Faith Cure Elephant The temple elephant In southern In Ha Is the object of great respect for physical contact with huh Is supposed to Qo more good to the human body han the best medicine Adult mon md women warily feel his lpgs with heir linger tips and press them rent y iotheiroyes and suing children ire Cora small consideration earned n his bock the distanco ofn fcw tVWes tlwt Jbey may1 be curCtlJ Uadras ftlII lie Umlermtootl Walk right In dear Your snpr tiers reHtiy your slippers are right where you cnn flnd tlieni easily and tour pipe and tobacco are on the wrf desk handy for you All right Molly groaned the tired nsplcfoiii husband You can get lint new dress toniorrow lCzaowIeIg Properly there Is no other knowledge out that which Is got by working tie rest is all yet a hypothesis of feaowlcdge a thing to be argued of n waoolsn thing floating In the clouds eudlesrf logic vortices till we try o fli ltCaryleSAnother Avrtul Outrage Ilarrj said hits wIre this Is aw full Look at this moriihlgs paper It 53YSYotti ore a scoundrel It says In plain print tint yVu mode pour fcrr tuno by corrupting other men Looty hero You are accused of bribing pup nslng agents to buy your goods when they were Inferior to others offered at tho same price This Is terrible You must make them retract at once Ed Hors can bo sent to jail for prmna libel cant they If it Isnt criminal libel to print stuff about a respectable businesS man that shows him to be no better than n common thief and black leg 1 dont know what It Is IIere Joolrnt thIs It says you allowed the county commissioner large sums of money for giving you contracts to fur nlsh publlc Institutions with supplies t exorbitant prices Oh dear Is no bodys reputation safe You plus In jlistjcp to pocloty take Immediate steps o have theso scAndJ mongers these detestable muck rakers punished Yqj owe it to yourself and to your family ajid to tire public to make Yes yes tmy dear I know It Its an outrage a damnable outrage I hall take immediate steps In tho matter Ill go at once to my lawyer nnS Instruct him toito find out if possibly how mufh evidence they baVpChlpr WOMen as Well as Men Are lido Miserable by Kidney and IBladdeF Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon Ute mind discouragesaudlessensaiuoition beauty Iigor and cheerful 4rt= ness soon disappear when the kidneyn are rnim out of order or diseased Kidney trouble ha prevalentwJ that it is not uncom N J mon for a child to be h1born afflictd With weak kidneys If the child urinates too ofteh lithe urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting dependupon it the cause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of e these importantorgans This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose rWomen as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy i The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty tr K i cent and onedollar 1sizebottleshave a sample bottle by mail free also a Home of RooS pamphlet telling all about SwampRoot including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton NYi be sure and jjieion this paper DonH make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Y on very bottleSFOR THE CHILDREN The Enchanted tlnnilUcrcliieC This handkerchief Is just tile thln for young magicians to possess It has the power to make things dls dppcar You use it to cover some bor rowed article a coin say or a card pun th handkerchief quickly away and lot the borrowed article has com pletely disappeared the handkerchief is prepares as fol tows Get two pretty good sliM mens handkerchiefs both exactly alike In the middle of one of these cut a slit bbout four inches long which get your sister Jo hem round the edges to pre rent its becoming larger Now askher t6 lay one handkerchief upon the other and sew together the edges If tile work Is done neatly the whole will appear to be nothing more than a single handkerchief especially as when you draw it from your pocket you sjiake It out with the Unprepared side toward those who are watching you Next taking rthe card In the left hand you cover it with the handker chief at the same time slipping it Into the pocketlike arrangement between the two So you see When you ask some one In the audience tohho1d the card coy ered by the handkerchief please and then jerk the whole from his hand the effect will be that the card has disap peared tDee Bread f Do you know that the bees get bread as well as honey from the flowers Watch closely some time and you Will see the whole performance You must keep your eyes very wide open though or It will be over before you know it- First Miss Bee sucks up the precious drop of honey which the flower has Itored away for her She always knows just where to find it too though each blossom has Its own particular kind of pantry Thou she gathers her flour This Js generally packed In tiny boxes with slits In the side and MISS Bee has only to put in her funny little feet and scrape out the prcqlous flour We call It pollen but the name does not matter To Miss Bee it la flour and she packs it away carefully in thO wee baskets on her hind logs firs moistening it with a drop of honey When she has as much as she can carry she flies back to the hive and stores away her load for future use The bread made from this floury requires neither raising nor baking The pollen grains are crushedspaked and kneaded with honey and the bread is ready for the buby bees who ars fie only biles ilmt et it Game of Faun AI0nr this Isn first Tate outdoor garnet Arrange two lilIes cf boy and girl play rnrs each headed by a captain At the right of each captain place a clothes rbasket or hamper full of nfl orts of odds Thd ends books ballSj clothespins pencils tjn clips tin pane cushions spooj brushes thimbles button hooks etc At the oitfler end of each line place ftii empty sclothes basket or hamper Behind each line place a guard- At a signal from the hostess the two hues got furiously busy Koch captain imtchc3 nnything at all from hN full b sket passes it totho player stand lof next to him aud that one passes It loiig to the next etc The end player throws It into his emply bnskoj Meanwhile the guard watches close 17 and If any player through nervousness or carelessness drops the article that inns been handed him tto pass along the guard pounces down upon it and takes It back to the full basket to be passed over nllnIf everytflingomptybasketare to encourage the rival sides thq Jolllor the contest Mtlllnim For Dfroiife It Isi always n pttyjto destroy a pretty phrase particularly when xo laudable a sentiment as patrIotism Is involved You have nil heard Millions for de fenftcj but not one cent for tribute for the phrase has been famous for a cjintury It It attributed trt Qinrlpq Coteaworth Pluckney who represented the United States In franco In 17DQI John Jay had made it treaty with EuSI inIa ryan with France and the directory then governing France refused to leceive Mr Piqckaoy Inflmathig tbqf the payment of n certajn sum mIgbtI settle the dispute Then It was according to a popular tlionst i tribute r It is said however that when he was asked about It afterward he answered My atjswpr wqa nqf flourish like that but simply Not a penny not a penny nJddletIt Whatjnpstly resembles a cats tall A kittens tall When ts a baby not a baby Wfiea Its a little bare r Why Is an egg like a colt Becaus it Isnt fit for use till lt3 broken What pain do we make light of Window pane When Is it a good thing to lose your temper When Its a bad one Its Worth traveling a long distance Ii II to have your teeth extracted f I Without Pain or Danger ii- f jjj AH work guaranteed LGCRIJMEODS iIi BardstownKy 3333 33a 333 33 333 Mothers who give their Children Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup invariably indorse it Children like it lecause the taste iib so pleasant Contains Honey and Tar It is the igonbl Lakative Coand 9 unriviaied for the relief of crrup Drives thrcold out hroygh the bowels Ccnforms to the National Pure Food and Drug law Sold by theRed Cross Drug Store O vrnhna Xatnrnl Sapi n tycs said Senator Smugg as be Interlaced his claws In a self satisfied way In frr it of his corposlty I got my starl Iii life by clerking In a humI Wegrocerj store at a salary of 3 a week and managed to save money on that Sul replied the astute reporters that of course was before the cash icglsters were invented Puck Absolute WorthleMneM Tile Clam Peddler What kind of a fellerj Ist that your niece married Mrs Tubman The Widow Tell you whats a solI emn fact Mr ShellyIn confidence of course Hes so utterly no account that I dont believe she could raffle him off at a church fair Watsoua Magazine PlncublonIl by 2 inches and put cotton batting on both sides Then cover with blue satin and put narrow lace around the Alge Put blue bows of baby ribbon on the ends and have the loops of the ribbon rom lag together in a pptrit TIe In a bow there to keep them together Take white headed plus and put In three rows and on the other side work your Initials Jh white silkateen Then take a hook and paint white to bang It up by lIT Uncle Black Pig- My uncles blapjc p5gls an Interesting game that canjbe played whller sitting One Is out qr It and the others sit In a row Tine one who Is out goes to each one In turn and asks a question and the one he Is asklnjj has to answer my uncle 8 black pig It one should answer out of turnhe Is out If any one sitting In the row talks or laughs he Is out the one whose turn It Is to say My uncles black pig must not laugh or ay anything else Snlt and Charcoal For flossj Hogs should be allowed free access to a mixture of charcoal and salt more especially so from the time they are started on green corn and right through the feeding period until they are marketed TIlls Is a matter that Is recom mended so much that Its great lmx tancc Is s rneUmes not belleved In by farmers This mixture seems to anus fy n craving that Is Incidental to a corn ration Above all dont be afraid togle the hojs a little salt The Ser b Stallion Tco many scrub horses are raised The long talked of colt crop that was to flood the market falls materialize For several seasons pat this colt crop has been threatened ljuttbe prognostl caters arcVmeble to make good If ill the Worses now seeking market were what buyers required the crop would be worth far more money The evil agent 1s the scrub stallion and be ought to be retired Crfre of Fall Litter An old saying1 hat properly applies to the growing of Uve8t3ck Is Well be gun bialf ddne So it Is important that fail littery be well nourished from the bogJnniug rAs long as the weather remains fine allow the saw a run on pasture with her young This will keep the pigs fn good conditIon and there will be no danger from thumps which sometimes gives trouble when they are kept tIn confinement Let Sheep Eat P1eny A sheep will consume moO for Its weight than a cow and It should It has to raise a crop of wool n cr6p of Iambs and provide for itself at the same time Dont compel It to feed a lot of ticks also If you raise enough X fodder corn this year It will be bit ter for your weep than grain and cost much less e Ration and Cow The dalryrntlon should be palatable iU should be nutritious Itthould be l tllgesilhletabundant pud as Inexpensive as possible after the other essentials are Rccnrcd lint we should never lose sight of tbe facttthat no ration is ever good enough or cheap enough to coal a profit out of a worthless cowll Sort the Hoes Into Size I is that poor economy In hog feeding that was practiced lat year end the year before being repeated again thij season that Is to feed hogs pf different sizes together It Is much better to sort them Into two sizes at least Tl a teon for this Is obvious =hCpIi the Pn1i A woods hut near the home or a small well fenced pasture In sjght ot tilt house Is the Ideal place Jor a bunch of trrU1 sheep Here they stay until allowed to forage upon some patch or stray stacft Ilcre they will give rich returns Water the PoirUr Always have plenty Or good water for ibo poultry Fowls suffer more for 1theCo a Jong time SvlthoutpHher and lire fuoBe Cleaning Not s either your lVlill or Iitdamp put pieces of unslacked about It will absorb the moisture and keep the place sweet When clean Ing house rub the bed slats genenusfo with alcohol It w1lI keep rermbi J away f t ifBDLAKE 8 if Real Estate and Jthsurallee i Farms and Town Property e Bought and Sold e R resent the best compa Ui m Fire and Life kisuraiM + c I Phone 75 SPRINCI IELDi KY t4c 444 I ENGINES REP I ABIED t If yourxGasoline or Steam Engine wont run send for me I make them go Can also reflue Boilers and repair all kinds of machinery Terms CASH 5when work is completed I R RN1 G MARKS l With Marks Green SPRINGFIEJLDKYU From Isaac iyJc W 8tdc ALF KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS wr REThFIritflThirPlMwrsMawEr FREE The Evening Post has for sevenl XidtyinXMtuckyJsigroupa aU the presidents of the traited state Rulers auP1Alsofan 1UUou Met statistical data history of the RaaeoJapaa War also late maps of H 1lHtHJMtama Canal Eastern and Western Hemisphere reports of the kit three aiHiMl and much oUter historical i for atieiir 1HJ months subscription Understand that these rates are lay salil oly aai tMt t iscription price by carrier oragent is cents per week The Evening Post publishes six or more editions daily and the litest ks st to each reader lrdlDgto the time thatt will reach them The Evening Post is first In everything and has the aiee State tn ai4 bs market reports For all the people and against the grafter Independent always For the Hose l na ENixyy w4 Special Price on Chart tail Eviriiim Put wNfi M hftrZX The NewsLeader pna year The EySni5g- Post one year arid the Walt Atlas ALL FOR S35O iAddress E 5L DAVISON Jr SprofjKy t 4 ilfft xns By virtue of taxes due the State of Kentucky and the County of Washing ton for the years indicated I or one of my deputies will on vr MONDAY JANUARY28lip7 offer for sale at the Court House door In Springfield Ky the property described below or so much thereof as will satisfy the tax and costs SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT NO 8 Jim Key town lot listed at 150 taxand cost for 1906 341 Caroline Edelen 5 acres of land list at 8i5 tax and costs for 1906 300 Catherine Coleman 1 acre of land listed 276 at e36 ax jind costs for 1900 Mollie Coleman 1 acre of land listed at 50 tax and costs for 1901278 Mary Brown 4 ares of land listed at 75 tax and costs for 1906 3C6 KELLY S5HOP DISTRICT NO 11 John Armstrong 115 acresof land- listed at 114S0 Balance on tax for lace and costs 1442 Hes Goodlett 0 acres of Iland tax j and costs for JOOft 502 Joe Hal 40 acres of land tax ando costs for 1906532 j 1Mrsj listed at 100 tax and costs for 1900 S340 DaviS Settles 20 actes of bandlss- a ted at 350 tax and costs for J90B 710 CdGeorge Thompson 3 acres of land 6 Uste1 at 50 tax and costs for 1906 445 John H Hagan r Son 3 acresofl land listed at 50I tax utdcos forj S t45 DEPUTY ED MASTERS LISToNorth District b John Warner il acres oijand listed at 110 tax and cost for 1906 502 Hendren District IMarthated at 870 tax and costs or lOGO 290 JS OSBOURNE S W C b of North DistrictaBy Ed Masters Deputy n wJohaat SHO taxesand costs for the yeas 902 1903 1904 1905 1511 i Kelly SHop r J S Osbourne Deputy g Mrs Jack Best 10 acres of lands ax and cost fQrYJar 1905 27S BYBON CROAKE Ex S W Cag S w Are T rZldV os f SDrae tree gd5t rUng1lemIdCOCbIjOOt St liarnosr BopaiPthgN- aUy c and troroRtly done byanex ri enced workman Cha1geRe4sOIOS f 680 Jf Tayl- dCjirSsst 0 4Robert Blandfordcj Pjlfii f 73 Battle Blandfordtcn DiftII Br virtue ola JudnMrnt vd oMkr f fale of the Wiiufjam Ctfcmt Court jrenderedr at tltOct te Wrm 000 in the abaTe jrtjrlwt c me shall proceed Jo rrjisMtheCourt House door iSprij1eI4Ky ON MONDAY JANUARY 21 Ii0 t2 oclock psriktremkwrt county court sLay to t ehIbPWt b4- er at public auctlaa jipojvtfand 12 months tM iew ll ike scribed propertyiewItj A certaht trctr parcel f lad- ying in Washi ft fc cmtjXyti e rSt nose c1mrc MidlllllRhiH follows 0the Nortk tae MM I Kent Blaudlord adte oW E4v ethtown road on tbt Soutfc bf tiM q lands of Tom Blaidf rd MK lM getj and on the ffe fcby tt lpi f1othd Blandfwd adButt isst ley andSUfposwi to9ratete12S moNOf a For the purchase price the Mrw chaser orporchasers iHtii apprsssi4i security or Itie muat sseads beariacIffal teterett b date salel tlh5paid bd haTiiw the jiw nd elect of a Jttdfvwnt adders osaiyrprepljithttrnU Q IKACBMA iXC1fl tI Whta the jW wts Iq 4r- ac t H lia o Mr li dkCsfstL Ia bs7- ta1Sk IMT Jatlte a t Toi4 MM iliiiatlpiM be sure y i k the oiigiosi1 De WnteWich Hzcia- 1ve Sold by hlsd Cress PlUg tore I J L rw1w ISA niiiIrn 1 DR JJ BURTON mUMCteNT DINTITf TEETH EXTRACTED 1ITHOUT PAIN 0pri tJlMektp WJ j P n KY J ill Dnai Work Strictly Ii irttclawf jR 4 CMUDDI 1zfnJ ud Strgeon i4Office ioirz 8 to 9 am I1t2pinOfeces ovel Haydons Drugstore JJllLamptonMD- 1 lWL IIWIse WlI1rae OflIctrhteIRcmW wce o 38 0 WF GRIGSB- YtTf R Y AT LAW O e Tt loopIea Ian PMNQFDELD KY JB BOBADS M W BYATT q RIBAiDs HVAT1- I fljsiciis IUd Sirgcons OIICe over C W Fagan s grocery oEItePresbvterlan church 1 r I t 1 DRJHIHOPERIJ ud SURGEONfIITSICIAN HONESOffice Over 0ict 97 Hagans Grocery Re14eic7I ai PrW W Ray PlYsKWf AND SURGEON i tOftIce over Ha don Robert sons Drug Store Phone Office 155- VKeaidenceI 172 r I JIHNY MAYES FUEBAl uiKtCTOR DiICf SED EMBALMER r iELiPHON J AIii tNIQHT74 1FfflJPIELD U Ralroad Schedule L PolJowipg iis the time schedule JKW in effect on the Bardstown A d Springfield branch railroad N641Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pui arrive at Springfield 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 510 a m Bardstoirn 617 am Brjwown Juwctjon 705 am jyat Louisville 7 55 am t4 No isLeves Louisville at 780mn Bardfetowo Junction 9BOam Bardstown 1115 am b arriW at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Brd town 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 485 pm arrives at LouisvHle 545 pm oNo 90 Sundays only Leaves SprinKtfeia at 715 am Bards town Sarp BardatownJnnctiOI 845 am arrives at Louisville f15 aIn No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louuvme at Ii pm Bardstown pJnctioD 650 pm BardE town 7r53pm arrives at Springfield 815 pm Tf Ttfcicci Sfelijpeis life wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing aectibns that we are not connect ed directly or indirtctly with srif other warehouse or ware 11use company- Weodhdvwta Strictly Inde pendent Tobacco Warehouse OomMission Business and res pectfully solicit your patronage p QA BRIDGES Co Proprie tor PicketTobacco Warehouse LouivJl1i CY 408 mO FFRESH BREAD c o ROl AND CAKES 1 Diilyfrt Always good always fresh We kiaT a Baker who is an ar JIK at Biafcing good thin- gsLIaieadfr2Scc J IIl Ifs CoefecHonery w THE WONDER OifM all Kiiney Bladder and tlMMMtid troubles KId by aI ilracfiato or two month lirealMeit by matl for1 Drf B W Hall 2926 Olive street Bt Loan Send cr Kentucky tmoJl 1g L riti QQii fi flOWN JLW r J W WiW Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest IllAboutYourself Friends I j and Acquaintances LpP lJ A good Brockaway buggy for J sale cheap Hamilton Robertson Renew your subscripion ior 1907 and get a good magazine free FOR SALE Seven 80pound sbats W J Smith R FPNo 5 Springfield Ky WATEDWLI1ted to bUYda good milk cow Jersey perfered Inquire at this office FOR RENTTWO rooms second floor of Peoples Bank building Heat4ight and water furnished Prof J F Greer formerly of Bardstown was killed at Waco Texas by being thrpwn from a buggy r uSe Long Mary the latest popular song A big list of new songs to sell at 10 ce9seach at Ed M Russells 7 Fine bronze turkeys for are Wright and ORen strain Mrs W H Leach man Sp ibgfield Ky f FOR sALEA pair of ood work mules and a milk cow Tom Durcan R F D No 3 Springfield Ky Ther will be no services at the Methodist church on next Sunday as the pastor is at Hart ford Ky engagei inapto tracted meeting f M essrs Theo Campbell aud Walter Leachman hav bought the bowling alley aud pool room of Messrs Allen and Baker and will cpntioue the business FOR RENT Modern houSS eight rooms with bath and elec trights To rent as a whole or second floor withjbath asa lat JOE S CLAYBROOKE FOR SALE My fine 8 yearold rackHas proven himself to be oheof the bestbreeders in the county rJ P MONTGOMERY Frederickstown Ky You cannot enjoy a good meal if you have indigeston Mion stomach tablets are guaranteed by The Red Cross Drug Storeto duredhe worne case of stomach trouBle r If you have trunks househbld goods or other articles to be transfered you will save time money and worry by cabling on the Springfield Transfer Co Depot phone 22 JL ALLEN Prop The following were granted license to marry by the county clerk since our last issue D J Donnelly and Miss Roberta Wilkerson Frank Arnold and MissClaudia Neal James Lsn ham and Miss Bertha Ganes Mr W K Robertson and- 8f niily have moved into their newhouse on corner of Ccving ton Avenue and High Street They will live there until hey build their residence on Maiu Street on the site of the old Coy iiugton school house1 s WANTED Gentleman or lady tD travel for Mercantile House of large capital Terriory at home or abroad to suit If de sirable the home may be used as headquarters Weekly salary of 1000 per year and expenses Address Jos A Alexander Springfield Ky = 5171 Schrager Eros haleft here a short time asrot after opt rating a dry goods store for a few months have returned and will open at the same stand a ladies tailoring establishment They will manufacture ladies dress skirts and will do cleaning presssing and dying clothes Miss Agnes Nally daughter of Mn Dora Nally of this place and Mr James Henry Brussel of Lebanon were married at St Dominic church Tuesday after QoonThe groom isa son of Mr Ivo Brussell of Lebanon The young cojrple wjIl resids iu Lebanon Pastor Called J At a cobgregational meeting at the Presbyterian church held n last Sunday itwas decided to extend a call to fev E E CI Lawson of Henderson A lution was also passed fixing the saHry of the pastor at f1200 a TOPICS ucu= year The deacons were iin 1 structed to canvas the congreg ation and ascertain the amount which will be subscribed for the coming year to the church sup port and if the am mount obtained is as much as 1500 the moderator iis instructed to pro pare the necessary call to Ibe submitted to the Presbytery We understand that there has been ro difficulty in raising he required amount and the xtendediMr reIf Springfield He served as pastor of the Presbyterian church here for several years andtoree years ago left tv accept charge of a church at Henderson Ky where he has marie himself quite popular It is not known of course if Mr Lawson will accept the call but the members of the church as well asthe psopler ofl the ibwn generally will be glad to eicome him back shpuld he decide to return Another Meeting Another meeting of the WasIT iijgtoh County A S of E Was held at the court house last Saturday afternoon It was the last day for thosewho wished to enter the pool with their tt acco- and quite a number of drops were added to the list It was said that there is about 2000 acres of an of an estimated 3000 acres of the crop of tthe county pooled Mr W C McChord made a speech in which he congratulat t ed the members on the success of the effort to form the poolI and organize Mr McChord also offered a resolution con demning in strong terms the action of unknown parties iin sending threatening letters to- M r HM Moss buyer for the American Tobaccc Co Mr Mc chord urged the mem oers of he society to u se eyery endeavor to discourage any feeling of antag onism against the American To bacco Co and jts agents that thd society wishes to win the fight in a business like way and that resorting to violent m wouldruin the interest of the society Messrs WC McGhord W M Nally and W A Clements are iin Win hester this wek attending the meeting of the district comcrittefe of the Burley Tobacco Society News froi there yesterday indicated1 a successful meeting and tbdlre Ports from tbf various counties thoIcropSbciey Plans ire being per feted as to the mariner of receiving and grading the crc and of advancng the money Outrageous Threats Mr HM Moss who has boon buying tobacco in this county for the pas four years for the American Tobacco Co his em ployer has been made the subSm of several cowardly and outr peous threats through anonymous letters Mr los thIs received three or four of these aissives during the past two wgeks and they come fro pi various pOInts One bore the postmark of Barrodsburg and was written on a tpe rita no her was mal nd on qHf ural route of vVillisburg and a third was dropped 5n o tbepo rofl ce at Sprntrfield The j tters con tain threats and personal abuse l 81 Ii SKIRTS I I Af A SACRIFICE I To make room for my new J stock of Skirts all Skirts now on hand will be sold aI greatly reduced prices J Mrs Williams against Mr Moss and warning him to stop buying tobacco iiI the county It is beleived inl the letters eminate from irresponsible scoundrels probably never grew a crop of tobacco in their lives The members of the A S of E who have thesuccess of the movement at heart realize that such methods are a menateth the success of theSnovement to form a pooll and are anxious to detect the perpetrators the outrage It is a dangerous piece ot business this using the U S mail for such purposes and a term in the penitentiary is awaiting the misciean if caught Mr Mossj has by his gentlemanly conduct and strict attention to business made many friends in the counsyI who feel outraged ov cowardly Attacks which are being made on him- NealArnold Miss Claudia Neal and Mr Frank Arnold were married t tne home of Mrs Emma Neal at aple Hill at 0 oclock yester day evening Rev W S Max well performing the ceremony The bride is one of the c9unJ tys most attractive girls and is a daughter of Mrs Emma Neal The groom SL young prosper oeighIborbood II FDEFcNAL Mr J J McGabe oas relurhed from Louisville Miss M5mmsr of Cat lettsburg iis at the Walton Messrs J F Simms and Ben F Simms are in Atlanta Ga Mrs Nannie Simms and daughter Nancy are both ill Hon John W Lewis is at tendingcourt at Carapb JJsville this week sHs Neal Burke of Jefferson yule Jnd is a gu st of Miss rWilla Knott Mr Joe Haselton of Lanc s ter spinfc ihe latter part of lastt week with Mr C M Rice Mr James R Montgqraery nhas returned from a very suc c ssful business trip to Atlanta Ga Misses Florence and Mattie Roney of SC Mary s are guests of Misses Stira and Ai nie j imms Ipllr C CjgcChord and Mr AlcChor have returned to Louis yule after spending severalI weeks at home Mr J Bennie Wathen has been confined to his room for two weeks itha severe attack Of the grip ct1IrE N Hunale of Leba- a non was ovrr Saturday to de liver is crop of tobaccuto the American Tobacco Co J B McAtse and wife olf Lebanon were visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs R W Wai hen last Sunday Mr and vljs J mes Ches chit e left for Ft Scott RaiL Sunday after twj weeks visit with relatives rerv M sses Annie Maves and Veor lla Brown will visit Mrs John X The Old RELIABLE Hand M- adeBasketsi Feed i f The kind that never wears out I have just received a bigl dor X h se baskets of all sizes and Mill fur 0- nishthemat Z Right Prices Come and take your choice s x i x My stbre isheadquarters for FARMERS SUP PLIES of alikindsJ John Lilly Barber I Successor to Haydon 444c r Barbertt IB Mahon at Lebanon the latter part of this week Mr B vi on Ormk and wife left Tuesday fpr an extended trip through the South and Soutliw S andetxpect to be gone two months Mss Elizabeth jWaters hast charge otthe music class at tthe Graded Sehon Miss Jenuie Craycroft resigned the position on account of bad health t The many friends of ItIarballlJohn Grace will be glad that he is now able to sit up and soon despense with the ser of the trained nurseI l IWiil spending several days friends here Miss Annie DIdy left Sunday afternoon for a weeks visit to Mrs John 81 Mahon oi Lebanon before re turning to Louisville Mrs M 0 Majesywas called to Wilmord Mpnday by the stE none illness of her father and returced Tuesday on account of a severe attack of grip ana has i roomlsince her return t Miss Willa Knott was hostess to a number of friends Tuesdayc evening at eucnre in honor ofs lcBurkedies prize a cut glass bonbons dish Mr George Robertson won the gentlemans prize a cravat 1 and Mrs G CL Wnarton the conc solation prize a oox of candyc Jack Taylor Briar Hill Ky saysI Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy has not only kept niy hogs tree fron cholera butthe extra1 gain in flesh caused from its use has paid me atIleast tea dollars for each dollar I invested in the rqmedy Sold anat guranteed byCJ Haydon a Lett rList J List of letters remaining un Gallea for in the Springfield KyI P 0 weak ending Jauuary 17 1907 Mrs Mattie Baker John Gt Cavanaugh Mrs Lela Eaelen Wm Faulkner HarmrFields B P Hamilton Miss Belle Hardin Mrs MIl Haydon J S- Had ln N P Hoffman 1issIJ Bessie Lair Miss Lucy Leach nun Mrs Bell Mifflin Dr E S viprhy 3Mrs Susie PowellB Jf and Mrs Henry Powell Harry Tafliam Chas Woolen Persons camngior theseletters will please say advertised andy give date of list WA Vatefs P M i Clear up the complexion cleanse thslUer and toile the system You can best do this by a dose or two of De Witts Little EarlyRisersIell able Yltte pills I The pills that everyone knows RecJ om mended by The Rtfd Cross Drag Store Good IndustrytHughes and Beam colored poultry dealers of Maud Ky- bduh and killed this year at i ther Woodlawn Poultry House i 8074 turkeys The cost was 522842 The average weight +KS 13 pounds They were nought at 10 and 10 cents per poind and the average cost of each turkey was 142 These turkeys we e raised by the in dustrious housewives of Washington and No son counties TheI largest amount paid to anyone lady was to Mrs S B GreerI The amount was 12771 The manage s of this enterprising itidusry are J W Hughes and 3G D Beam und the senior member of the firm states tnat in his 25 years of experidnce in the poultry business that the quality of same was better this year tlyiir ever before JThese turkeys were all shipped toc Messrs A Booth Co vLouis ville Ky l N need of suffering any more with catarrh The Red Cross j I Drug Store guarantee t1af a onedollar Hyoraei outfit does tot relieve vouj Jhey will payr for it themselves I Furniture for Sale i I have for saloA a k gin the t following pieces of furniture ftAICurtzmancase in gocd ondiion A handsome three piece walnut bed rooinsuit A walnut wardrobe witn mir row doors v Three rocking chairs and three fancy straightback chairs A ladies mahojjbny writing desk A handsome Wall mir row a large vase and a wash stolId s4t Phese articles c n be sen atS4 the Walton hotel at any time Mrs H 0 Nelson t FdEYSKlDNEYCURB kts KIdnndBtadderKlIht i MarriagesI coMIuiIcArED It is quite rare to see two chil dren in thsame family marry the same jay and consequently no wonder there was such a great crowd to wnessthe mar riage feast on last Wednesday Jan 9 at Frederickstown At 10 oclock sharp at the Catholic priesthpuse Miss Mary Lucy Mudd spoke out the momen biniIhernolds her chosen one Miss Mudd is a daughter of Felix Mudd and a very bright young frlReyroldsnols and is esteemed by all who know him The ceremony was performed bv the pastor of the Burg church Soon after they were taken to the chnrch there to ba witnes to the marriage of Louis Mudd and Miss Charity Willett AlthoUGh not 21 years Jet Louis is looked upon as a very industrious young man and one of ttie most clever young gentlemen of the yicinity He is a son of Felix Mudd His pretty and ac comphshed bride enjoying th- Eamyoungageisadaugher of T J W Willett Immediately after giving each other their red promises Father Peters ascended the alter and sang the Nuptual High Mass A great all admirers of the happy had thronged into the house and were ye y much impressed by the impoing ceremonies and the beautiful voices of the choir members the pastor had expressed o both his heartiest wishes for happv married life the couple happily trarcheo to the outs de where they could not find time to answer all the good words heaped upon hem t was truly a beautiful scene Mr Mudd and his wife will oc cupy the four room residence on he land of his father and Mr Reynolds will try his luck in the mansion lately vacated by Jim Thompson We now extend to all our sincerest wishes fcr long and prosperous career A B BAS Mr Ira E Yelton Cashier Farmers Hauk CUntonville Ky says I an personally acquainted with persons who have cured their hogs of cholera with yonr Bourbon Hog Colera Remedy add whOle testimonials appear in our booklet and can say they are Ihe very best people in this eonrnnm ity Sold and guaranteed by OJHaydon Springfield Ky Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home nsurance Company of Junction City Ky the only company in the State that makes any claim of paying its losses in full I House For Sale A nice iour room cottage on East Main Street All modernl improvements For particulars inqure of Luther A turtis- TELESCOPES TJbe Difference Between Reflectloa and Retracting Kind A very pretty little experiment which Illustrates the two methods of forming an optical lipase and by way of cor ollary Illustrates the essential difference between refracting and reflecting telescopes may be performed by any one who possesses a reading glass and a magnifying hand mirror In a room that Is not too brightly illumjimted pin a sheet of white paper on the wall op porIte to n window that by preference shuald face the north oraway from the position of the sun Taking first the reading glass hbfd it between the win dow and the wall parallel to the sheet of paper and a toot or more distant from the latter By moving It to and fro a little you will be able to find a distance corresponding to the focal length of the lens at wUcU a picture of the wlndov is formed on tih paper This picture or image will be apsldo down because the rays of light crow at the focus By moving the glass a little closer to the wall you will causo the picture of the window to become indistinct while a beautiful image of the houses trees or other objects cf the outdoor world beyond will be formed upon the paper W4 thus learn that the distance of the imago frojn the lens va ica with the distance of the object whose Image Is formed In precisely a similar manner nn Image is formed at tll focus of the object glass of a re fracting teiiscope Take next your magnifying or n cavii mirror anti detaching the sheet tf paper from the wall hold It nearly b front of the mirror between the lot er and the window When you have the distance to tllp focal length of the mirror you will see an Image of the wlndqw projected pn the paper By varying the distance ac be tore yOu will be able to produce at will pictures of nearCiT 01 more remote bb Jects it Is In this way that iinngcs arc formed at the rocus of the mirror of n reflecting telescope tThree Leaeu The value of a thickly populated Dtt nfunlty of a well organized military body under capable and resourceful leaders the wisdom and expediency of- ome system for providing a reserve Water supply slid the resistance of carefully built anchored steel stru S tures to earthquake shocks of average violence are three lessons impressed upon the public mind by the San Fran tlsco disaster Louisville CourlerJ oUt a a J ji Ti 1T PUBLIC SALE i J- Efjt 0F Stock MFarming Implements r v THURSDAY JANUARY 24i11907 j J Ontthe above date and on the premises three miles east cl Springfield on the Perryville pike I will sell the folowipg de scribed stock About 15 head of Shorthorn cows and heifers and two buil calves Aindividuals and breeders this lurxL of short f horn is equal to any in the State Imported Roan Victor sired fby Goldens Drop Victor is at head 01b herd Will furnish cer tificate of registration at sale I 3Twenty 1000 lb choice feeding steers 1CO stock ewes fplir or iifive bucks three head ot young Jacks of the best quality roQl i 15 head of horses and mares fouror five york mujes Jers4joillc cows and heifers etc Also all of my farming implementWand- two Jgood wagons and gearing A lot of corn hay and fodder I Sale o begin at 9 oclock Dinner pnthe ground TERMS All sums of 20 and under cash All Sums over 20 1 1 12 months time will be given Interest from date Security re quired of purchaser R H McELROY t i j BUCKEYE LEAF TOBACCO teEHOlJSE 717 East Water st Cincinnati Ohio W A BRADFORD CO a WA Bradford Tandy Quiiehberry INDEPENDENT Does a strictly commission business Interest of patrona care 3 fully guarded Three months free storage We give to all hip J pers 150 per hogshead for all tobacco consigned to us and equalize freight with Louisville We repecVfully solicit your busin Pfiorie Main 2681 J dAt1I Iik i iiijj ijjJWi W ivjf t 3 Livery and Sale Stable tPARKS SIMMS Proprietors tLocated on Doctor Street net to Malrks Greens lumber Yards oJ j orseB9ughtand Sold 4 tt at 200 Commission Any one desiring a horse for purpose should give us a can We can supply yotl or ffj you have a horse for sale we can find you a buyer I 3 ALSO HAYEHORSES AND HGS FQRHIKE f fi2 J- BYON PARKS 3 J WILL F SIMMS ffm I ICLOSE II ATTENTION tlft LtliJ Is what I give to all f5 work brought me and as tliJa result Jam able to tliJ GUARANTEE SATISFACTION rWr If you have a watch oru clock MOt mend pr wish your EYESIGHT CORRECTED by i1 perfectly fitted glasses I any prepared to wait on you if r rJr1 Jas J Graves flj ltfSl Main Street opposite Presbyterian church fas iI LETLROf VFIVE BG fACTORIES I = 9iiave beefl trying to get some firm here to put in a IIHM of your shoes as we have a hard tune getting a good shoe in this town I bclieveif otiwilI take the matter upecan arrange with Messrs Co to handle Diamond Brands 1 hare no interest in the matter only that Iwaitt tobuy a good shoe once in awhile You will remember that Fhandled your shoes when in business in Quanah aad kwsw what they are REV WALTER GRIFFrrH Siivtnoo Tata Could the superiority of Diamond Brandshoes be more convincingly shown You are jjust as anxfous for good shoes as Rev Griffith and iit is equally worth your while to insist that your dealer supply them Ask your dealer for Diaptond Brand Shoes 1 ThAVtJ 1JJ4 Ai4AW cfJaAUrRS wEMArNoE FHEJHOES THAN KY OTHEH HOUSE IN THE WEYJ Notice to Crelitirs v All persons f having claims against the estate oft late L H Se y are hereby notified to prtsent same properly proven b4meat my hoi at SviIle Ey t on or before Feb 1st 19J v EdgarSeay Admintstrafe 8b LH Seay 4 utsvUlejLaity iQr2 I A Creamr wiiirEYorniiftige J J k 1TENTEEt f WORM RREMfWe l rCWUWOT8 FA PW TWMC i aARC ITANTHe pipte N- tYjjjjjjijjtCjj i 11v I rTHz NELAb 7f OJ 7= t Diqree1 t The Equity Society of darkrtt btoco growers fof Daviess county iwvti for o1l1 months been at a d1l relton r the pooling olibe 1906 crop One faction it has Him favor of letting the S LowviU Warehouse Company 3 IBBC the business as was done vt Jait Tear and a larger faction wi in favor ot po lug arid fiiitncing at Owensboro It was fe rft i that a split would be tlie t resjlt but nt a meeting this tBeky both factions united and I reitcted Henry Berry President IfLi which it is now thought will Pi hriionize all factions on some poiiQybr which the crop will be tccEsfuhly pooled snd a better price bereaIzedooFarp1ers Hoae Journal V CWifc CusWIonW i JbOne who snfifers from chronic con tstipatioa is in danger of many srir Us ailments Orlno Lazstive Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as rt iVAids digestion and stimulates the 1 Oliver and bowels restoring the i natural action of these organs Pb j CoMeiwe taking it tody and you v1l feel belter at once Orino Lax tive Krult Syrup does not nauseate V or gripe and is very pleasant lo take Refuse s htitEtei Sold by the Redj a Crozs Drug tore Small farm For Sale l J Jfiibt sold privately 1 will on viiaijr JJinurj 22jj 1907 same being county court day of feir for sale at the court bouse e r door in Springfield Ky at 2 oclock P M or tbcreahout t the hight and best bidder my farm consistinfir of twelve ace situated near Polin Ky oh the waters of Lick creek V For further particulars apply toW F Grigsby my attorney Springfield Ky or the under signed it OLIVER CAMMACK Polin Ky Nearly every person who is sub ject to attacks from the stomach suf r fer from a morbid dread ofa diete tictreatmeBt for relief that is three foo tbB starvation and one fourth tout and milk On the other hand you can eat as you please and digest toe food by the aid of a good digest ant thus givinS the tired stomach equally as much rest Eat what you please and take a little kodol for in digestion after your meals It digests what ybuleat Sold by the Red Oros Drug Store tereatADierlCnus the commercial value of preserving natural wonders and objects of historical In test An important factor in the pros I perity of Italy and other nations of the r old ijvorldj is the tourist trade It has been estimated that the money spent by tourists in Italy constitutes a third Income of that country Entry of the I United States Into the galaxy of world powers has greatly increased its ralue from the standpoint of the tourists and steamship companies report a marked increase In the last few years in thl number of foreign visitors to this coun try Hitherto Americans have not becn quick to realize the necessity of pro serving and marking the points of terest in the various parts of the coun try wlilch will nttracMisitors Boston Transcript tSbak vemre ana Servian Polities A striking scene was vitnessed our correspondent says at the performance of King lUchnrd III at Belgrade In the ghost scene a whisper ran round the house that the presentment of Has tings resembled the late General Te trovit who was murdered together with King Alexanderl And iu the monologue of the affrighted Richard the words am a villain were hailed with such frantic applause that the actor was unable to proceed The wholeTraudience from pit to gallery was InI a state of Indescribable emotion and It was rumored that the piece will not be allowed ts be given ngitlnSt Gazette J f 4 Il F iEi AVI3N1I3RSar- ingB cd of fegli3li Girl At tackef Iiy Two Texas Convicts SOUGHT EMOVEPAWS LIFE Escaped Prisoners Bent on Assassination Found Governess In Family of Their Intended Victim Too Much For Then Sne of the nerviest deeds ever per formed by u woma was the killing oC two escaped convict1 by Miss Lucy Xl Willard an EnlIsh governess In the family of au exgovernor of Texas This Is Iierowu story of the Incident I hnd been some four months with the family which consisted of the ex governor his wife mother and Daugh ter when the southern part of Texas was thrown into a furore pf excitement oer au extensive jail delivery nt the state penitentiary Ewpiity convicts managed to make good their escape among them several murder ers undergoing life sentences horse thieves and other desperadoes The ringleader of the outbreak wan Bill Kelly known throughout Texas as Big Bill Now It happened that Kelly had on several occasions while my employer was occupying the office of governor written letters to him begging for clemency and promising to turn over n new leaf If ho were liberated To these tile governor paid uo days after the men broke Jail a letter was delivered to the ex governor It was from Kelly and bore the collection mark of a postoffice some sixtymiles distant You refused me the chance of re forming it rend You laughed at me In prison Now Ill give you a run for your money One Sunday morning about throe weeks after the escape of the convicts my employer drove with his wife out to his farm Uost of the servants kid gone with those of the neighbors intp town to church leaving me with the Hjtle girl and two negro servants man and wife to look after the house I was Just stepping through the win dow Into the veranda to Join Elsie my charge when I heard a shot fired some where behind the house Lock do doh Miss Willard quick Robbers shouted Sam the negro- Aunthersliot followed then a scream I grasped the little girl by tho arm pulled her Into the house and slammed the window shut Another shot rang but and then Sam ran from behind the house loading his rifle He shoute something to me which I could nott make out ond In my terror I raii to the next floor with Elsie and locking the door of the library behind mo f cnACKl TVENTJBAllS GN shrank into the farthest comer This room was on the left of the house mid from its window I could seetwp men one standing the otter luieeBngbe- tde l the fence nearest the barn One of the men was very tan awlt thin Ho was without a iat wore a blue blouse and his trousers were tucked Into his boots The othor who knelt was the most hideous locking creature JLhavo ever sienred haired with a llong scar across his fae ove his nose almost from ear to car ifa ri2e lay on the top rafl of the vt- hoach UlnilUfit whJla tha tiUIc mm t Growing Girls Growing girls need care advice and medicine especially on reaching the age of puberty A I mothers tender care and vors of caution willi 4ofteni accomplish wonders As for medicine a gentle safe and reliable strengthening tonic is fWine of Cafdui 4 IIt will prevent and relievej pain regulate the c functions clear the complexiont and strengthen the constitution It is a valuable medicine foij growing girls It r has tided thousands over a critical period and- saved them from years of suffering It can never do harm and is sure to do good A relief or cure for all female disorders in girls 4c 0andWQIlJeo p 1 4At every druggists in 100 bottles Try it t n t WINE J tjf TilE viLS johiiiijj aauaniy crack went dASis pun again and eiTnnltnec = the kncollng titan fired Then he got aip anti Jnughodl He had hit our noble defender Suddenly there wasn loud ringing downstairs which so unnerved metlmt foil Into a chair TIlt telephone Miss Wlllord said little Klsle who uivtll now had re taiiiued remarkably cool Heavens what a fool I lial been rriiat was what Sam had been trying to tell me to doto telephone for as slstance What was I to do I couldi not leave the child alone although she seemed braver than I nnd our only salvation lay In the telephone Now there was tramping on the veranda t Iniiti with a crash a window was knock ed iin Whats that noise said a voice Burglar alarm elji Well you can ring as long as you like there aint no one here- Evidently they thought the place deserted mid that jve had nil gone Why Its the telephone saidI voice No2 with a laugh Lets see who it Is Better not old pal theyll get tired 0 ringlu and quit Such proved to be the case Tho ringing ceased and we could hear the men walking about down below They came to the stairway andI just as the first of the men started to ascend Elsie screamed out Ii terror Papa papal Eh whats that cried one of the strangers Why theres some one here Look out Bill TJiero Wasa hurrIed movement then a shot was Ijred up at tim ceiling I TIRED BOTH PISTOLS Turning suddenly Thy eye caught siglit of a brace of cavalry pistols hanging In their MIsters ocr the roll tOIL tlcsk I took them down almost us much nfnild of the things as I was of the men below but they seemed to give me courage I did not even know If they were loaded but I ntf llonger felt any first terrlbh fear El sie wds crouched under the desk stood IaN front of It and was begin ning to hope that porliaps the men would not coftie up after all when heard the stairs creak and knew some one was ascciidiug The library was the second dooo the left of the staircase And I heard stealthy foot steps approaching from the ttop of the stairs A momma Ktlllnass thou the knob of my door turned but I had lacked It Elsie moaned aloud In her terror nnd the man outside Heard tier Women folks eh Welltlie main guy aint here so Ill talk to you OIel1 thc door Tlrtui there was a mighty heave but the door did not give I Involuntarily raised the pistol In mt right hand which shook very much and pointed It toward the door Another heave and still ItAlld not give Thou there vas aj muttered curse and with a crash thd door flew open and the tall man aln most fell inSi pulled the trigger of the pistol Oiled twice thrice each time It spoke and the man tell almost against my extended arm so close was he when i fired I was dizzy with fear nUll grasped the desk for support but the ordeal was not over Two steps at time came the other ruffianrushlng up sail just as his figure appeared in th frame of tie doorway I fired both plsf tot point blank at him lie fcl against the wall on the other side o the Imll Jl eu rebounded and foil on his rue across the open doorway r mtAnabst though I did liot faint I sank to thji floor Pr Elsie lute hurl fainted drnrbpII 15111PM911t013 no strength Of h suddoii hisrd shouting aufl the galloping of horae Then canie quick or dor4 and in another minute tire house wte full of juen The tOIiwndlts were Big 1111 KelIy flml l one of hits confederates named Xftliyson They had escaped a posse which was close at vthelr lieels and hud evidently conic to wreak their vengonncp on the governor or his fain1 Ily llJCIpr or black Sam was killed shot through the head Ills wife wljo hnd first scon the nVen was also wounded but not fatally When the oscapcd convicts had given their JIlL surs the sllpthe Iwulpr of the po e Dan Iaylora noted iimiihurter rarI telephoned to oyr houM or tried to from Lataly a station some distance away and It was his cull on tire tele phone whlfh I hat lKird but could rat ansvi or Two of my shots lad struck 1he nrst man both taking effect In tIre body Only one had httlie second but It struck him In tl c forthcad As tlC pistol were jg aiKJier and the rolige was siI rbscboth iren were In strtntly kyiod =Imf Id hI Why Is it site whispered ht ths lose of the corpfotjy that toe bridegroom always iboU as if he couldnt all hs sjjul his ovii- Probabyr r plied her brother iti Because fro that bomcut he really limt Guihollc Standard and Times Xlelplnc It 4Jong- OldbamL have decidedV to lay my fortune at Miss Dimplctoiis feet Yungun Well that ought to make it a trifle easier for her Oldham Easier for her Tuncun Yei to run through it Hes STwCp O Oc I Girlhood and Scotts Emufofoin are 0 linked together t- Co 4 The girl who tote Scot f Emttl- sion i has pjenty of rich red blood sheis 11 plump active and energeti- cThereasonisthatataperiodwlienagirlsz digestion is weak ScoltJ EmuLsion ii provides her with powerful nourishment inrQ easily digested form V y It is a food that builds and keeps up ago girls strength t ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND SIOO aallaallaIlQIIQaaaoOMOOOO FOR THE LITTLE ONES Tho Game of Orchestra a Jolly Evening Pastime A jplly stunt for an evening in brchestrirI as conductor Let everybody else sit around her in a circle each one having agreed to imitate a certain in strument which he has chosen for his owndne a flutc another a vio lin another a drum etc The conductor raps with his lint oiin cane or umbrella and as he raises it for tire start let every per former give out the first note of his imitation instrument vfPerhaps some familiar selection lik fIohengrin 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 fino upon him if he giggles orjireaks down This is great fun for a party Marvels of Sight The grcybound runs by sight only TIre carrier pigeon flies its hundreds of milus Ijonieward by eyesight noting fronj 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 rapidityidly darts back not turning in then r but with a clash reversing tho action of iits four wings and instan taneously calculating the distance of life objects or it would dash it self to pieces No one can tell in what conformation of the eye this power consists A thousand mos quitoes dance up and dovn in the sun with the minutest interval be twcen them yet no one knocks an other headlong on the grass or breaks a leg qr a wing Ibng and del icate as they are c A Peanut Party To give a peanut party is not a dif cult thing First invitations should jbc sent Tho invitations may be written on small paper A peaiyit should be taken from the shell and tile invitation rolled and put within A baby ribbon may be tied to tire peanut an the other end fastened to a card with the name of tire guest on it When tho guests come the first game would be a peanut hunt Tire evening should be spent in amusements with peanuts Peanut contests could be given auch as how many peanuts could be grasped in one hand and who could shell ten yeanuts the fastest without break- Ing the pennutsiTwirl the Plate The players seat themselves in a circle and each takes the name of souls town or flower or whatever ngrcedupon1On placesitout as he does so the name which one of the players has taken Tire person named must jumpup and seize tire plate aCorc it ceases spinning but if ho is not very quick it will mIl to tire ground and he must then pay a forfeit It is then his turn tp twirl the plate Conundrums What is the difference between inanwith black hnir and one with a bald head One is crow shade crocheted tire other is nit knit When is a sailor not a sailor When hes aboard When isn soldier encamped like a studious child1rhiCfl hcs Intent I Diseases of rtosw Scaly diseases of hogs are produced by excessive heat in the summer and sold in tire winter says American lAg riculturist These are greatly bone Med by providing shed luring the hot weather and comfortable quarters when It is cold If the pfg is tnt Five It from one to two ounces of sulphate of magnesia dissolved In onehalf pint of water Then give it onehalf dram of acetate of potash three times a day The diet during this time should be of cooling nature Poultry Note Cleanliness Is next to godliness IB poultry culture as much as in anything else Clean quarters keep down tho Ice prevent slckncss and addto tho food returns Lice soon weaken the strongest ovls check egg production nnd make the business unprofitable Good sharp grit prevents Indigestion A neglected case of Indigestion wit lead to liver trouWtf then the fowls go tight anti die wot so loon 4young mans chances for maklus n great fortune are not so goqd as they were a generation ago Not quite answered Mr Dustln Stay Thats tire fault of tile people who have Insisted on exposing tbp tricks ot high finance Washington Star I SLAIN BESIDE BRIDES BED 0 Forced to Marry Sick Girl Horse man Tries to Desert Her After the Wedding BROIlERS AVENUE SISTER Attempting to Jump From Chamber Wini dow Recreant Virginian Is Shot Down arid Falls Dead In His Wifes Sight W iY Bywaters a well known Iror man with a specialty for high jumper a follower of tire foxhounds and popu Jar societynian was killed at Culver tIr by twp sons of the late Cob Solar H Strother almost Immediatelyl he lion married their sister 1ufter story lending up to tIre tragedy intlIbrother of the girl I came to Cuipepcr Friday he saM because we had reason to believe floiupthing had happened to my sister and the name of my family I told my sister what we suspected and I told her that If it was true I would kill the man on sight- vBywaters came out to the house and I told him what I suspected and Hint I had about proved uly suspicions IIhim I did not believe him and that liOld kill him Tben he asked to be permitted to see my sister xwho was hi bedisufi er lug from the results of fin operation been performed In Washlhg 11hnthllll finally let him go to her room they both confessed Then he a ed to be permitted to marry her I told inn I did not want him to marry her but he pleaded promising to I marry her nnd take good care of he- rIi finally consented to the mnrrla and told him that if he ever deserted I her or mistreated her I would kill him Ikly sister also pleaded that sire be per mitted to niarry him I knew that with my sister in the condition she was If I killed him then dud there I nih also kill her so I left the place French Strother left home IJ IArter and James and Philip Stroth thrs of the girl went to C peper and got a marriage license Rev J W Ware of the Episcopal church performed tire cercniony After tire marriage Bywatcrs ar that having married the girlf YELL BACK BEAD NEAH TOE 00118 IIni c BED thought he had done his duty and then announced hlrf Intention to leave her Relatives of the girl remonstrated vi him and he ruslied to p window lend Ijig from tire bedroom tto tIre root tire porch At this Instant both brat ors of the girl drew revolvers nUll fin repeatedly The man fell back dc1i1I Ills boily alllng near the ginia bed TIre two men who did the shpotii were arrested Bywaters was well known among fox hunting people throughput thdfctntc Ills pack of hounds was perhaps tlo l est known In tic country for ti le Grafton pack of Harry W Smith which defeated tire Middlesex pack In tIre Ame ICallEnglish hound match In Piedmont valley about a year ago was largely drafted from those do By waters also owned n number crack cross country horses among them sTubllee winch he sold to Court land II Smith and which Is now own ed by David B Tennant of Leesburg Alice Burn At Nordmont Ta In tUJjINordmont Chemjcal company Ionroei Phillips laid his coat on a shrif It presumed that then n mouse Ignited atmathhesburned up together with G5 In cash and siJM0 worth of negotiable notesf Stained Sllrer j j Medicine stains will disappear from silver spoons If rubbed with sulphur c acid After this is applied wash U spoons with soapsuds and clean In U usual manner h1 1HEt DLOEBEARD STORY It man a XjtlilenV Hatici fiusu Ilit1ojcgraai Origin TLe fascinating story of Bluebeard f tins a mythical rather than a niylho logical origin No one has found his prototype in tire Vedas or in tho old sttJl1fand It has even been suggested that I Rluobeard was no other than the much married Henry VIII There is how C ever better reason for believing that the original was Giles de Laval lord of Rlnz who was marshal qfe France Wtlillat 51p wars between Englau lYnd France aroll recorded In history According tor qiifleraylre murdered hfs wives ur soon as he tired of them and was him self eventually strangled In 1140 The story of La vnl tins however not many points of resemblance fop thero is no mention of n key and Giles de Laval moreover used to entice per sons of both sexes to lib cattle for the sakel of theIr blood which tie wanted for certain Lnrantatlons he Indulged 10 Nor Indesa does the story fit in with our own Henry VIIL and we are left to believe that whatever the origin the key and Sister Ann were added for the sake of effect A variant of the story of Giles de Laval Is told by nol bashed in whose version the name is Giles de Retz Marquis de Laval who lived in Brittany anti was strangled and burned for tlie murder of his seven wlvos Dr CJTaylor It may be added regarded the story simply as fiction a satire on or typo of the castle lords of the lays of knight errantry London Globe i OAK AND PINE TIle Value and Uacfnlneia of Tkes Clausen of Vooils 4Though generally assumed that oak Is the jvood capable cfbehijj put to he greatest variety of uses it Is jinown as a matter of fact that the pine is really the most used on account of Its gr at abundance Nevertheless tire timber of the oak combines iu itself the essential elements orIs renptbadd durability hardness nndL elasticity IIIn degree unrlvnJsecdnaa material cr shipbuilding ftJso superior in architecture cablnctmak liigf carving mill woik cooperage nnd theinebark is of great value as furnishing tan and yielding a bitferextract In con tluual demand for medicinal purposes But of uses for the pint details would be well nigh endless The tiber Is in valuable in bouse aud ship carpentry common turpentine Is extracted from it In vast quantities and Immfcuse supplies of t4r pitch resin and lampblack In the manufacture of matches and abOve all paper pulp thousands end tens of thousands of ceres of pine forests are cut down every year and briefly tire timber of this tree consti tuting as It does the duet material of English and American builders may be said to be more used than all other kinds of wood pTit together Another Avrtul Outrage hurry said his wife this Is aw ful Look at this mornings paper It eays you are a scoundrel It says In plain print that you made your for Sktunc br corrupting other men Look here You are accused of brIbing pur chaslnr agents to buy v ur goods when they were Inferior to others otfered at the same price This is terrible Your must make them retract at once Ed elton can be sent to1 Jail for criminal libel cant they If it Isnt criminal libel to print stuff about a respectable business man that shows him to be no better than a common thief and black Herehlook at this It says you allowed the Jtymoney giving you contracts to fur suppliesuat exorbitant prices Oh dear is nor bodys reputation safe You mus In justice to society take immediate steps lidto have these scandal mongers these detestable muck rakers punished You owe it to yourself and to your family and to the public to make Yes yes my dear I know it Its nn outrage a damnable outrage 1 shall take immediate steps in the matter Ill go at once to my lawyer anl Instruct him toto fimfotrt If possible how much evidence they have Cblcar go ItecordrHerald Natural Suproslileno Ah yes said Senator Smugg as he interlaced his claws In a self satisfied way In fr nt of his corposltylgotI- OJ start IU life by clerking in ahum ble grocerj store at a salary of 3 a week and manageu to save money on that Butt replied the astute reporter that of courser was before the cash registers were 1tcdPuck Alisolnte Vortli1essnesso The Clam readier What kind of a teller ist that your uleqo married Mrs Tubman TlreWidowTcll you what a sol emn faet Mr Shelly In confidence of course lies w utterly no account that I dont believe she could raffle him Oil At a cisurch falr Wotsdnt Magazine IlunndOut of o Fix A goeU game is known as Getting IIrltO a fix and bill of tr Give the jilayers tea minutes or so to think of some sort of predicament thor fix Thch call time and let eacl one write a story involving some oat hehnsthougbtldl then distribute them so that no one will re- cclve his own paper oack Now tell lgeuch player to think up and write on a separate sheet of paper a way to etJ out of the fix that he finds describcdi Then each cue must pass his paper to hits left train neighbor and taking letIlC paper handed him by hlsTight hand neighbor must devise a wily out oT the fix he finds described on that paper and so on uiitll all the papers IllareroJs1dofs Then gathering up the fixes onca again you rainy read each one In turn aloud and ask each player to read from his papers tho way he suggests for getting out of the fix One fix for Instance was thus described Going out of my house one day I doorIwhich was pgulpped a spring lock There was no one whom 1 could call to ring the boil for me nor could I reach the bell myself What was j to doi I Ono answer Bang on the door and call AnotntJiranswer Cut o2 the piece of caught1eAnother Unfasten your skirt aria 10Up out of it Then rjng for admls iion EDDtIftJE tIf iIThoIUUale fQ MARKS LGREENtjManufa a rs i and D airs in all klid offLUMBER LATHS SH1NGLE I SASH DOORS BLINDS t We handle the celebrated v vIIIiI Mixed CarinellC r tIC I r C N 2 f W IWe are sohe ageutsior iPLASTERII ITheBe on Earth Pricesl Right 1 mmpct andeJdi Streets t SpringfiJd fiM au a aa p I 1 Do rtoUsLfelt- wilFt 1 1f OVy s0vsrk Headaches L V4fwhen J t TKADK MAK Will Cure Yu7 TIm flvrin the mainopningior thcvtholo body rtgood health one mubocp tho lvcr l1good crcr l Wi a regulator is needed Hcrbino viil put year liver in lhJji dition it should bo and ypu will net iniGcr frcnt hsadachcn fi A POSITIVE CURE 1FOR CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND jFEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS Has Item A WoxM Of Goot Mrs C D Philloy LTarbT Falls Texas vrntes IJiCLYO usod HerbinoADd had it tho best liver cctrctive T have 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