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V ADIES7 IN I iw EmESIYOL xiv HO 4 1 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 24 f907 iQftf p yjj I 4 izt F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTV OticeoTef Hayflon fc Barber rVatal work atraasonable prices Hwork guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY j OUR mRECTQRY SfUnHGTIKiD COttl1tyacat of r W kifto Cpvxty 5t miles south jMt el lfexiw toat Sf ii1es from 6oLsyi1t om Brdstovrn branch ol UmivriUe art jfahvllle lailroad in ifami4ru gric araJ district Twe Banks telegraph and telephone txsoceIoilLilflrnr y fardt PoatiOiI 1100 pofwlatioa of 4tty15 Zepcesentztlvelfl eogreH P i Smith Hodfrenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis atnre Horn WD Claybrookes Itepce c tatiye in State SenateHon Lancatter Lebanoa KT ttlam County qlncteryI J CIRCUIT COURT- iir Circuit Court begins oa the fourth v 4MdaT in February May ud Ocjto eftiS T H Tfaurman Jadgr LL Durhaat CeauumwMtltk t r ey- Bobt J A Noe Clerk- r M G fceachmaB Master CMUBM I QUARTE COURT Quarterly Court i held on the third l bnday in eack month 8J Litsey Judge COUNTY omTICounty Xirt Hdeett on the fourth Monday in ech HHWitfa 1l BL itsey3udgef j WT Booker County Clerk0 pCS Hayes County Attorney t George t1ettraUertf Sidney Oabourne Sheriff Sam Aderton XHB Powell l HsrbertEddlemanl Depntie Ud Master 1Ja ea F Moofe Oonnty Sarvevo J r p OBryan Assessor r WTi3titcheli Deputy f zobertNoe TreasarerI W Bush Spt of Common t iPz O SrlEgfieId- l f CITY COURT Jamfts R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshalr W F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COUKT Justice Courts are held in January April July aJd October Church Directory METHODIST CHTJRCB Rey G W Lyon Pastor Ser kFS5 rke 08 the First and Third Sundays Iineach month at Ham and 730 p ns 4 Sunday chool every Sunday atlOam Sprayer me ing every Wednesday aigktt L IJ f IHOIilCiCHURCB RCT P F Hennessai I Pastor Ser vices very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock i 1taD Services at StRose mC hours Viv CHRISTIAN CHURCH RevV lJt I itui Stryi tverysSunday l =7 PB1BSBYTEEIAN CHURCH Xramchlnt every Sunday at 11 am 7a d at1 7 pm Sunday school every c YSii5dy ut 10 atn Prsyci ntfiir ii Ttry Thursday evening at 7 oVxsk f1 i oBAPTIST CHURCH s Rev Wm Harrison 31z ht t Preaching every Sunday at L am nd 745 pm Sunday School every 5S an day at 930 am Prayer meeting evry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock f s Fraternal Orders v V MASONIC LODGE Springrfleid lodge r Kb 50 meets tint and third Monday cel rich month 4 WashmytonR A Chapter No 57 I ft 1every second Tuesday Spriajrfield Council No 52 aeefson v yerr tourth Monday KWICHXS of Tax MACASBKS Meet i trrrtno i FoLEy i HONEYTAR TitsiriallialjAXiJIYEughremidy1 1fK eegii colds threat aad luag VMiWe Jfoojwates Kcmalcoholic Oosiii8C everybody Bold every where M 1111 rotE ONEYand TAR is la Y Uonr package Kef use substitutes Prp red only by 1JoIeyeompantQhlcao For S iieAbvRea Cross Clg30 7wi I f1i I 1 THI3I NEWS=LE4Wkt l t I ROUND n n OF TALK II lilMMifoo Summer in January Wes got a weather bereau Dats what the white folks say But deyjs put it In the attic An I guess deyll leave it stay Pa sde reason dts Jan wary Seems so backward like an Wes usin summer weather slowj f Dat was woreout long agott j ft aintgot any trimmins Sech as flowers an butterfles Its gone clean out o fashion An wes 4one outgrcWn the size SoMistah Weather Prophet Please clar away dis doubt Jas look back in dat bureau drawer A i fbtch a cot wave out Herald tDAMAGING It appears that P the Fates and certainly tile elements are against the keeping pf good roads in the cuunty The heavy and contTnojs rains this winter have worked dis truction to the dirt roads and turnpikes in many parts of the coutity and now tfarat the tobac co delivering seasodJwe11 un der way there comes another element of distraction to our roads Bavyloatts ha l dover a rain sotkeri road will soon imJpassble glS11laturea man liable for damages he in flicts upon a road by heavy haul ing wnen the road is wet and soft The county judge of Net- sdn county has published the- ollowing Warning All per SODSJ corporations and individ urls are hereby notified because of the unusual recent hewvy rains to cease hauling heavy loads over the public road of Nelson county and are further notified that tor any materiall damage done any of said roads bythe unusual use thereof the person so causing same will be held responsible in damages The lawmakers at Frankfort probaoly bad a worthy mot ve in view when they passed the law Every reasonable precaution should be taken to prevent the abuse of our turnpikes but still if tne law should be rigidly en forced it would wock a hard hip on the farmers for whose benefit the roads are7 m deand who are taxea to keep them up Thore are certain times particularly a tobacco growing counir when the farmer wants to haul bis ciopto market and ht cant wait without serious inconvence lnd lloss resulthiff For him to bo ijerked up and tined at such a time and under such conditions would be a hardship The law iis evidently intended to apply to th se poplewb do tHeir hauling oer soft jcoaas when they could justas well wait for condition We dontbelievn in enforcing all the foolish and unecessury laws passed by the Kentucky legislature It is well to to overlook some of them Otherwise the country woulj3 be in a baa fir i 5 T ONT FIGHTTherehas J been entirely too much talk during the progress othe formation of this tobacco pool of the American Society of Equity of fight The word has been used too indiscriminately The organizers have talked of the fight we are making and the public speaker has talked of fighting the trust and fight ing for your rights and liberties and other extravagant utter ances Such talk is all wrong and it but serves to inflame the minds of some rash individuals to do something that will en danger the success of the entire movement As we understand it the American Society of Equity is not a fighting organization but rather its aims ai d purposes are tho e of peaceto accom pUsh the ends desired by mea s of uniting sari us interests in a- bu iness way There has been too much of the trust bugaboo luiedlD this business also No doubt the tobacco trust is pi ured in the minds of som of unsophisiocatei as a hydra jaded monster seeking whom ne may devour It is dangerous HId unnecessary to arouse s ch Ireju ie It will lead to n6 good end The success of cad MMM tobacco pool and consequent higher prices this year as well asinthe years to follow depends on cool managementrindbusiness- Ilike methods dont digest Because the stomach Jacks some one of the essen tiel difcestantsfor the digestive juises are not properly balanced Then too it is this nndigestive food that indfgesIItionlused for relief Kodol is a solution of vegetable acids It digests what you eat and coraects the deficiencies oj the digestion Kodol confoftus to the Natk ualPure Food and Drug law Sold here by The Red Cross Drpg Store McCreary With President A dispatch from Washington says Senator McCreary created great surprise here oy coming out in defense of the President in the Brown ei lie affair Sena tor Blackburn the Democratic leader had counted Senator McCreary against the President In an interview carefully dic tated cJeoator McCreary said eel believe that the President did right to dismiss without honor the three colored compa nies of the twentyfifth Infantry and that the facts jus ify him in doing so There are three coordinate branches of our government legislative executive and judicial and if the resolution now pending in the Senate known as the Fofaker resolu tin seeks to investigate the Presidents action in dismissing tbes troops I am opposed to that part oritSI do rpt believe that one de partment of the poverment has a right to investigtte another department The three coordinate depar ments are indepen dent in their lespectfve spheres except us provided in The consti tu ion of theUnj States d of Lllll Troll1CUfg uIt is nolv eleven years sif ce Ii had aparr w escap from con sumption writes C 0 Floyd a leading bu unes man uf Ker- shawS I had run down in weight to lao pounds and dTough ins was constant both by day and b night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery und cont nued this orab ut six months when my cough an4 lunir touble were entirely gone and I was restored to my ormal 170 pounds Thousands of persolsare healed very year Guaranteed atC J Haydons drugS ore 50cand100 Tria bottie free Wanted Good Judge The reason given out from Frankfort forthe appq ntment of ucb q man as BilUdarnes to try the Hargis case is of the scarcityi of aWe lawyers who would accept such an appointment From our knowledge of good lawyers this as not so No first lass lawyer would want the appointment to try such a case under the conditions and with the surroundings First class lawyers are conscientious men apd whiten called upon to do suclj work would not sjiirk Thy would think it a matter of duty to spciety to accept For mstanc here is Hon J P OMear of Elizabethtown h- eLFor I thii- Dandruff There is one thing that will cure itAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthyscalp means a great deal to youhealthy hair no dan dcuffno pimplesno eruptions atestbx1onialISold for over sixty years bi J Ayer Co Lowell KM Also mtnuf oturor of AXac1e ersPILLS 9 PfCTOIAL would not want the appointment but we know the man well enough to know that he would accept it He is perfectly fear tJess perfectly impartial and therojs no better criminal law yer in this part of Kentucky countiesjmenBecknam would have no trouble tofind them if he was looking for lawyers instead of politicians ETown News Wise Cnn el From W soUth I want tog ve some valuable advice to these who suffer with lame back and kidney troubIet says if R Blankenship of Beck TennoIhav proveJ to an absolute certainty that E ectri Bitters will postively cure thi distressing condition The firs bottle grve me great relief an after taking a few more bottles I was completely curedso completely that it becomes a pleasure to recommend that great remedy Soldunder guarantee at C JJ Haydons drugstore Price 50c Foolish Man When you begin to think that you are the only realthing that ever happened just cut this out and past it in your hat Man is a funny cuss and hasnt long to stay he flies around and makes a fuss and then hikes away Some mqn imagine that they are great and try to tear up jack but each meets the same old fate- trOtstthe same eld tract Great Caeser is dead and turned toi clay so is Cicero and Alpxan ders gone the way the rest of us must go The sages heroes poet Sail the men of wealth and worth in an open grave must fall and crumble back to earth Ex I HOWS TlllS We offer one hundred dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that ACatarrbCure4 Toledo iO We1 he undersigned have known F J Chen y for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan dally able to carryout any obliga tions made by his firm Waldinp Kinnan Marvin Vhole alo Druggists Toledo O HaWs Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly un the blood and mucous surfaces jcf the system Testimonals sene free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold an drupglsts Take Halls Family Pills for cpa tipation Sheep Killing Dogs The farmers of ihi county are hving much trouble with sheep killing dogs and all Worthless1 canines found loi oring in tne country will be instantly killed Mr Coleman Roach repurt tha on Monday night dops cot after his sheep and alter chasing them for some time finally suc ceededin killing one The way to stop this Practice iis to kill the dogs Anderson News Fen wick 4Mrinfield spent last week with Ins parents Here j WtI Nailev waf in Winches ter last weekon business Misses Hattie Nalley 1and Bur nice Fenwibk have returned to JJardsto n after a two veeks visit her Miss oettie Shewnlaker of Mackville wasthe uestiof her sister Mrs Will NJally last week Miss Jess Harmon of Lebanon spent last week with her brother Mr J C Harmon off this place visitiDglfriends ini er visii ed ut the home of R bert Ma tingly Saturday and Sunday Litle Eryant Mattingly IS very sidk at this writing Kent Rogers and wife have moved to nis farm near this place J B Fen wick and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Ella Montgomery of your ton Mr Deboe Brady lost a very valuable cow last week Mrs James Lanham of Fair fie d is visi tng Iler jarent at atthis place HOrtt AyJiicumoniao We have never heard qf a single instance of a cold resulting in pneu monia or other lung trouble When Foleys Honey and Tar has been aken It not only stop the cough i ut heals andstrengthens the lungs Vsk fur Folevs Honev and Tar ino b efuse any substitute offered Dr J Bishop of Agnaw Mich rrriteb i I have used Foleys Honey and Tar three Very severe cases of pneu onia wth good result in evert ase Sold by the Red Cross Drug tore Big Land Sale li Master Commissibner W T paldmg lasfMonday sold under ecroe of the Circuit Court in these of James B Stone c lai tiffs against Annie H tone cr defendants tiaavis Stone farm near Blonm eld also a tract containirg 70a eras tbepropr v of Annie B Stone The first named tract i contained 570 acres and wass purchased by Mr R M5Vauthi it 51 50 pr acre This is the Id Isaac Stone place and is nown as one of the best farms poison cQu tvThe 70 acre ract wits purchased by the tone heirs at 2550 per acre apt T D English of Danville as he auctioneer Mr Spala ig also old in Taylorsville onk 16 7th inst 110 acres of landt dng in Sperirer county andJ P onging to Stone estate tov Irs Sarah Lewis for 1800y he pi ce i f known1 as the a homas Stone farm Standar nOW to Cure GhJIbiaInsi i To enjoy freedom from cbil f lanes15 write John Kemp 3ast Otisfield Me I apply 3ueklens Arnica Srhe Have e Iso used it for salt rheum with jxcellent results Guraoteedto ure fever sores indolentulcers lIes burns wounds frostI lies f nd skin diseases 25c atg 3 J Haydons dnug store j44 c41j t I I FOR LADIES ONLY T J oI 1 wisH to call the attention oL the good 3 i K OI pof Washington county to a line Sr l iySkScissors and Sher 11 nc w hay on sale The specifi atioi of theO gcodsewere furnished by Mr LloydNHaydon of the old firm who has been selling Scissors and Shears for 80 yearsani he knows what they should be The Claus Scissorar Sheir tioof Fremont Ohio pl 4ethelI ThiS factV istands without a peer in the Scissor line 1 have Em broiderv Nickel Plated Oxordized Scissors and Sifcars All leigihs and sizes Left hand Shears l8ell the above undfr a POSITIVE GUARANTEE ctlSS J Your money refunded if you are notsatified with vCvr 1 purchasev 3 r vJOhn Lily Barber 11Succeuor to Haydon Barber +t44L 4S ti T a tit Q lii fA- SU fJjtf V l t AM 1lMtjf j J l IIItMIr J1D OTHERWISE I II I F111 II ondcMM4CctwLS On Januurv 5 N Bf icCli lcy Fn of Nelson cnuhtytrbVoufht this place andsoldt publicS UCtidtelve head of Jersey ilk tnpysj ATq Atfd wsg were ought by different citizen bput tQwn who appeared tb be leased with their bargains MI eClaskey came tipa few 111 s ifter the sale and visiting the tirchasers of the cows paide the tatetrient thatfi had since earned five of the herd had bees ond mh dbYItim State Viten arian and offered to take all o my of the cows bact and refund he money The pnrcfeasers rere so well satisfied with their argains huwcver that they dew lined to give up the cows with nt further investigation and 1r McCiaskey Succeeded in etting only two of tHe dows ack Jii the meantime however r1 B BoBards who is Sfcre iry of the Washington Couuty oard of Heath gotincomtnunii ation with the State Bwerdo etilth and the following official tter which is elf explanatory the result Louisville Ky Jan 18 1907 r J B RoBards Secy Washingtoii county Medical Socfifety SPring held Ky ear Docf Dr JjbJs Is tp ratify you hat I have been informed by what I a very reliable source that ne Mulr McClaskey sold som jersey Jcows to parties in and about Spring field and that the cows referred to are those condemned because of showing tuberculin reaction of aherdS recently tested forDr Ben McCiaskey of Wakefield Station If it proves e a fact that these cows are those referred to they should be sent back immediately to Dr McClaskeys place as they are considered con demned The doctor had no right to dispose of these cows except to be sent to a public abattoir where they are to be slaughtered subject to federal or state inspection If possi ble please acertain as to whether or not these cows were sold as healthy animals Your prompt attention will confer favor iVery Respectfully F T ElSENMAIf State Veterinarian Mr McCIaskey was immcdi t1y no ifled to come for the cows which he proceeded to do nd all have been returned Mr McCiaskey stated that he was ignorant of thef act that he was selling diseasfd1J cattle Dr UoBards acting in his official capacity for tbellocal Bard of Health probably saved a dan gerous infection from beingi spread in the count Didnt Know itwas Loaded Washington coudty furnUheii Victim of the fdidnt now it was loaded idiot John he little ten year old son of John Linton of color is the and John Wakefield a 17 ear old negro is the idiot The- ffairoccured art the home of John Keed who lives about a mile nut from Springfield on last VPednesday nigh Wake field who it seems has acquired the habit of fctinsTsainm1 was at the house where were gather red ev ral younglriiegroes and had produced his revolver and was engaged in cleaning ad- oiling it After he had oiled it the proceeded topull the trig er remarking at tbs same thale that there wereno loads in tfce pistol The results show that he was badly mistaken however or an explosion followed by a cry from the Linton boy indi cated the v tragedy The bullet had found a lodgementrXthe side f the victim aud the child died in a short time So far as we learn no one has been arrested t seems t t us thatTthe affair is t laest wurthVcf aninvestiga and that the Wakefield thy sh uld bu taught a lesson on th vil of handling a pistoll Receiving The firs of the tobacco which is in th pooJ ofA tij otE Was rec iytd at Mr JuhuY Majes birn near town Monday Itwas bdtxpectedto rtcelve any tov bicco until next Monday on count of some details not hiving been fuliy arranged ttyet bjifc feme oftUe measbers had bmlked eir crops aod it 5i s in scb shape that itblcl to be noTs4 andt in rger to accommodate these arrangements were made orc ivint betob ceo earlier 1 Appreciate yEditcIt is withtt1rnew my subcriptio to iMr ertheNw tiKiBi Mk that it be sent utHieaMcla w heading oflhis 1 to 9 TW Leader is to VISZ m eyeile of intelligence fro Cridm r oacqiaaintanceit httlb Iifilegeto enjoy niyMrL Whs It OOieinsriaibtysFrsd aac COAt of kxwl eriiflts Ifitoe4k I iiyadedvE Uwr wit tikis aorrowieg Im tbori am ah4 tSkeep io ouch W sji11patlttKI the friends oft the p slr a4present I Repectih13Yora sOH VArtal Banyille Illitis1 a AkItaIy5ot tHenry ArnoWv a arpemter who lives onthe MsclcTliie T M at the intersection of Higii Street js suffering fro spctia ful wovftd which W ifjN rlsof the accidental dIiharo pistol Arnold iIrns was afc home and was bcndiig over i replenish the fire when a re 7 ver fell from his pbetrc ai4 trikijthelteattb was iUr L- cbrethet ban a 38 calibre en t terd the calf of hm leg isticiiiifr a flesh wound which ile painful but not necestsrilj rtThey like the taste M If if WM maple sugar is what Me mother wrote of JCeJllJed1 Lazailre C H k Syrap Tm Kodem coegh ftyrup 3 ab plvtcly free froa ay fikt or aarcotic CostaisHtey Tax Ca Jorms to tbeNaatkHMa Pare F f4 art DiugLawSold bytdCri JInrifTIIIj5Jrii 6e V Ie Surely pe61 cnt griiiMiB about Dot hvwg p4t tyr of ram ffor it rains nearly lt5ihstiaiS the river hfcrily fordsbie any qf the time We ire f iryc Ttportf MIPs Mary Cottlter yery stek Mr iJeti Satterly 1nd1illySw re tbV gMists of Mr iIBarkhead am filylSyMr Joe Burkbe ftMMl fvlr visited relative intheBrnh Grove neicbborbood reoeatty Mr JS Royalty rmto hJsT family at AshWookekst week Mr James Wbie rias awred on Mr E isba5Whites tIlrthis place The bridge at itis piece s coademisei VHtil Uiis psize4l The fiootiag fees rb ted iitvIaway until ik is 11ottravel QbutI suppose it will ft be fixed i iPdySMr and Mrr Qoc Skirir and son Oscar abiw 44 thisSfunerallOf Mr Area is WelH atc Willisbuit ModylstS Mr B FO JukiBS ot Imttstes w ohal been visilTaf iii tAti e comMunity hUretMIIItIII beeP Mr William WWliiiifwife Mr Elisha White- ghter Miss Annie i Wev Coulter and wife Lww f wife and two litlle Mrs4 Elijah Hooper aad four chitetta f Theodore Breeding wife IMN four chidre Rayieqet leercj 1 Virgil f ard RtteseU rrPr dined aV MrJi W OIl last SubdaySa Hcwrir Smill ftfJi Skc15 If no4soid1priTIbS7 1 willi ij JIiriIf being Coanty- let sape emwi4s ef for sale jit the eoeyct hIfeepee doori Spriaffrtd Ky at i oclock P M or ftKMfttaM h bigfcset a d be4 bHtter m- yfrMcostkwowlvS ecresj i itut1X 1the tiekciS fPMto W F GIigd 2Spriuigi44 Iy or tt sign4S 1 AtijJ r QyO PoUET DrfloS a r j r Tit NEWSLEADERPtT- NJflBID II TOUT TU fi JLY Sl AkEAPHM ADVANCE i 1 I SPRINGFIELD KY E L DAVISON JrIt k ilei ta bM 1leettlRIta wa aid polltk1 IJiis 4 aUe rsk t eMh lKb Isf It deiY33 Gt pCCd AIITWtlMa MtrM WMU cm liberal ojI 3WtMrt M4 Mentions of rreject MspcMe AJlJIM1I1IIIT a Ji 4MIs 251 t rletOeee 1r Wt IWDAT JAN 24 1906 Louiavjlla ant all points along tbs Ohio rivet have been nffer j fjll1 aeverly from theeffeci of V high water The river has re4 hW th hig beat stage re f cbIWsiDce 1884 and many thoosaods of dollar worth of property has been ieatroysd Y and mash suffering has been e W cad among the poor people i Theewe of the flood has been A peEd nd it is expected that 4tb twill rapidly recede Senatorial elections were hed J Jla number of State Legisla itsre ycAtertlfty Among those tt ree1Ectd are Morgan and PetI tM S AiW8Q Culloin of Illi noisjlElltiBV of West Virginia Nelson of Mtnneioa and War rei of Wyoming vrenceburgJlad were thr wn in a panic r TIiIcIay when a thrtyfoot break occurred in the levee th re Af er a struggle lasting many hours the break was repaired in- time to prevent a great loss rTI Jtis said that probably 1500 lilIei were lost in the tidal wavef which devastated some ot the r Dutch E st Indian islands t n- Jarl1ltry 11It- i IMLqllnilBr Mr August Sb6rpe he pop Talal overseer r of the poor at- Port Madison Ia saysuDr Kings New LifePilisare rightly named tnej act more agreeably do mure good and raakA one feel better than any other laxative Gnrante d fc cure biliousness Sand coostipatioia 25c at C J Haydons drug sto e Mclnfiree t b Wm Smith bqu titfour helf lie froJD T Carried at 15 apeice audtwo from Joe Gootee at f12 each vi Wm Mqdd sold to Johnnie Medley two ewes at 4 each and foursboate at 6c 44 T Carrlco bought a filly from r jPunch Hendren of Gassburg r Price unknown f Medley Bros bought at Pofin r Wheatleys sale a acombinea mare r Cleveland Hill bought of B A Wheatley a 3 year old mare for 110 Wm Mndd bought a farm of 300 acres from Kent Blanford Ji r1500 Frank Kper e bought of Ed Grace of Valley Hill one com bined horse 150 f Keene Bros had a fin year ling mule cfipplea last week Clpvejand Hill sLid to RA Wheatley one ycarlipg colt for 45 4MissMary Blanford of L ba lion is visiting friend and rela the nere LvMr and Mrs Colie Ensorenj tertiined several of their friends at dinner last Sunday Mis Lay Blanford gave a t wednesdayt4 I Mary Bhnfordi Tne prze wjpre won by Miss Alma Vrze andEddie Osborn Miss Teresa Bianford ias returned toherhbmein Louisville ICier an extended visit with relatives Miss Emma Ensor and Mr- S Leonard Mclntire visited the home of 1I1J B Hill last I Thuisday night I JESSIE t Jfeecial AiioDiceieai Reurd lm ttfi PareFni BIt DIwIaJaflia1 We ore pleased to announce thatj 4Foleye Hoaey and Tar for coughs j I colds aod Ilung troubles is not affect jJ ed by the National Pure Food and Crug law ai it contain nq opiates or other har ful drugs and we recom AlC iMl It aS a Mfe reaMify for children Hia i afelts For ute by the eJ Cries Drilt Store tSSSi SiMe ckvllle1 4 JiCr T J Grave of Sprinz ihiMiiwM 11 our town Monday pfi hnsinew Mm Wf T Barnettr who has w i +H4OO Grippe or 1DfIaem l tocI1itLsorl ff diweaknownScottr Emu Liver Oil and HypcjJ plted form w the zn kaomi to medical t It it so atilr t1asya andttr Us Scot Influitiza IsvthrtU ALL DRUG been visiting bar sister Harmon at Bowling Green returned home Messrs Wnlter Humes Joe Thompson were visitit Harrodburg Saturday and day Mr Clay Ferrell of De III is visiting his frien thIS place Miss Jappa Barn tt of C lin who has been the gnej lIer brother Dr WT Bai has returned hume Thompeorleo Monday for Southern N School at Bpwlipg Green TMr Uriah Sbewmake Oharlie Camden attends meeting at your town Sat evening of the Society of B We arcf glad toreportth o our community better i writing Mr Ed Button was in rodsburg the latter prt week viiss Minerva Ray bourne ptrtf last week with her Mrs M lie Graves Good many have taken a spelllndbeenpare ribsand ausage az th order of the day THE SMART ET yv All tke WwM 19 a itage and Ballards Snow Linlai ent plays a m s ineat part has no superior for rheumatism stiff joints cuts sprains and all pains Buy it try it and youwili always use t Anybody who his Oiled B allards Snow Liniment is a Jiving proof ot what it does Buy a trial bottle 25c Soc and 100 Sold tby theRtsd Cross Drugstore Valley Hill Mrs M Reed is in Louis villf ar the b d sidp ofher daughter Mrs W N Foster who is verb ill of measels at 812 Etist Mar ketoIN M Weakle returned hotre Friday after spndinga few days with her brother afc South Louisville Messrs G G Tucker and Jbalie Grundy tf Springfieldf vere in our midst Friduy Slim Scolt and family of Po lin visited relatives here Fri a y Mr and Mrs Bud tXNtial spent Thursday and Friday with Mr and Mrs 6 J MuntgomHry Jms Moran Jr spent Wed nesd y night with Vailis Ptnk ston 0f near Mt Zion Many from th s pace af nd ed the Mayes Bros sale Tues da JJB spite of the inclement weatherMr and Mrs Jobr Jane visited reatives in Spjnvgfield aturd yand Sund Mr and Mrs The stec1sp nt Saturday and Runflay with Mrs S E Piles Mr and v4Th John V rgm o- indfM vi iitd relatives in this secton Saturday and Sunday Mr and irs M Wf Seiy spent Sunday wih Mrs J L Morat rerentlyburcbOd Reed at 17 75 per acre 1 t t TT Moat Market tt Having bought out the stood nnd xtnres of F T c x i pr- poto run at he samestanda first class seat markes and will enpevor to keep the Jade sup plied with all kinds of Green and Salted Meats Fish and Ovsters fn season I respectfully askaseof thq publicpatronage i Witt Sell Strict for Cash L T BROWN Shop neAr the Pot Office 1 whicher you like the m4knigst- otz j J which is Cod- oSpitI in Msil y di- eteetltntnlthbuiIder c mLH t t rt 5L JV l ad badly washed in some wlishlDg out tbe road bed metal put on la e in tie fal not get sett1tiough t the pressure of heavy and has bokeo through in places causing dangerous in the road wjiie severa verts have fallen througt are causing no little One place I wish to call p lar attention to is ne Hays scales where a branch runs across the and after washing off i metal washed under th tied and fell tlm pgh and jug a very1 dangerous mu some 10 or 12 feet in with 3 or 4 feet deep Several and buggies came near dfotruction ther one of the writer was a oc Such places should be g ed carefully and if not ott bridged over to prevent accident The heaviest i have yet witnessed durio young l100dlfell Friday noon and und rmined a of the L N railroad ju Jowi Valley Hill station ever the na ure of tb w was not serious as the freight passed over wit o ficu y after slo jug up signal arranged by the bog which prJbably pre a serious accident The have bee higher for wek Ihan ever kiown im before and it is ge the gossip tha much s will fOllow- Carrie Nation certainly enrobed a bole in t rooms of Kansas allare hound Syrupbas smashed all as a cure for coagh Bronhi Influenza and all Pul nonary T C H Hcrton l Kana8 I have never found a mdfci would cure a coupb qu BaJlards Horehound Sirup used it foi years Sold by t Orosa DrugStore Scrujlsville wow that he d ep drICluudb atd the II htnugtl ttnn and te tumultuous roar of the thunder have all passed awy and that king Sol bascomef rth from his hiding place and is nce more with smiing face cas lug his radinnt beams HCH ss our pathway We feel like sy- inggod morning to he Editor and hello to toe readers of the NewsLeader Mr John Hard in issck at this writing with pneumonia rioweier Dr 1W W H alt who is attending him does not con aider him ueriously ill Mr Jal Kayes delivered his tobncco tothe bnynrs at tJbap lin thie week for 11 cents p rpound Mrs Mary E Reynolds and Miss Saute Hfndren pre the guests of te Misses Royalty of Springfield several daya last week Mr and Mrs A B Colvin and little daughter Nellie were a the home of the tatters purentH Mr and rs J J Reddix Sdt7 urdayattd SunthiyVMr Toni Ptster did at the the home of William Armstrong Bear here tart Thursday HP was nick ont a few days His death was due to pneumonia The deceasad leaves a wife one J child two boers and three I a i a w sisters to mourn his datti Rev JA Sims conducted the funeral nfte which he as laid to resin Rock Bridge cemetery Mr 0 car Shirley was the guest of his undo and aunt Mr audMrs M V Crouch Sun day Mrs Mary Hines and daugh ter Miss Agnes visited the amily of Squire Hendren sever a days last week Mrs Hines amiy will go to Ohio in a few iLvs f m4l4e khir fnturjpmeof ton cir ret neya boy us4rs 4rst nMr Sat one wilt ishrsu rsuope her his ays- has ron Iiano rdou year urt Nere uday tin am last C ug- S oil ens was heir itt 10 lace who Mr- per rowd day ices ightre pun his recii I a a j from bio at late to dust ind us- eleterl rdeaux arising cr and iccnble ny ad its use- iagree t and edles a salt nown large ire of rty It Is claimeti dult and thus prevent its dissemination Dr Carl an eminent chemist of Bordeaux exploits the merits of sea wa whcnIdamp it is becauso of the impurities it contains pure salt not being bygro scopIc carbonate of magnesium and calcium being the principal impurities which provoke this liquefaction It has been suggested that these gaits might be put Into the ordinary water used for sprinkling the roads As prepared In the laboratory bow ever or as found as residuum in the factory carbonate ot magnesium and calcium have a market value which would make their general use very ex pensive Dr Carl points out that these salts Abound in sea water from which if evaporated In great shallow trays by the rays of the sun the different salts crystallize In order of Insolubility chloride of sodium being the first to sotIter A few quarts of this mother sea water having no value mixed witba ton of ordinary water Dr Carl de dares wlJJ be found post efficacious In laying the dust and preventing its dissemination The expense would seem to be trifling No disagreeable odors would offend the nostrils and no deleterious effects follow Its use In American places not far from the sea the method advocated by Dr Carl might be found both Inexpensive and beneficial VSh rTh INDIAN ASA SENATOR Achievement of Charles Curtis Member of Kaw Tribe WAS OHOE A PLTJQZY JOOZEY Choice of Knnmaa Republican First Won Fame Illdlnj a Dpltlnir HorJle Studied LaW an Cab Dr1verMales- usInesB of Hand Slinking and bet ter Wrltlnc Congressman Charles Curtis who has teen named by the Ilepnbllcan caucus of the legislature to succeed Joseph R Burton in the United States senate has had a career out of the ordinary says a Kansas City Mo cot respondent of the New York Sun Not the least Interesting thing about him nfithat he has intjjan blood In his veins One afternoon In the days of the old Kansas City Interstate Fair associa tion therocame a surprise In the speed ring One of the entries was known to most of those In the crowd and they knew him as a crazy horse who bolted at a certain point of the track If he could oufyi be taken past that point he seemed sure to win This nit ernoon a new rider was handling the bolter a thin little fellow with dark skin and coal black straight hair the hair of an Indian He had been bor rowed from another stable Away they went and when the dark skinned boy and his outlaw mount reached the bolting place there was a short struggle and the horse wrscon quered He sped on with the others Half around the course there was an other struggle but It was more sud den and unexpected Against a blgh board fence boy and horse went in a heap and when the dust cleared the little dark skinned fellow was picked up covered with blood and dirt Charles Curtis bears the marks today more than thirty years after Hes a man who has kept things moving in nearly all of the fortystr years of his life making friends most of hie tlnie and camping on the trail of his enemies in spare moment Whatever I have accomplished has been due largely to the loyalty of my friends he said in his office In To peka recently Hard work tireless work made Curtis Is what those who are friendly to him sayenemieslots of them have many ways to explain his advancement but al of them admit that be works every minute and wish be wouldnt Curtis mother was p quarter blood Kaw Indian the rest Frenchand his father was a captain in the Fifteenth Kansas cavalry The mother died when her son was a boy and then young Curtis went to live with his grandfather and grandmother in North Topeka making a living by selling pa pers and fruit at the railway station and riding race horses Iti the summer months His father died some years later In his last year at school young Cur tis drove a back most of the time When he was not driving he was sit ting oif the box rending a book He was sixteen years old when he quit racing for good and entered a law of flee Tto months later he was trying cases in justices courts and in two years he was admitted to the bar Then In 1834 he was sent as a dele- teg to a political convention and his political career was begun twentyfour he held hli first IWhen prosecuting Attorney uf Shaw In 1800 ten years after hs to the bar he was a candidate for congress and lost Two years later be tried again anti won It Is said he shook hands with COOOtt men In that campaign and remembers to this day the name of each He has served fourteen yearS fn the lower I know most of my constitu ents Curtis has said and I have al ways made It a point tp do so One day I was In the home town j f a state senator Jn the Fourth district and be took me uround to introduce me to some of the men in the town Ifs a tact that hed forgotten the names of some of the men hcd lived near for twenty years and Ithad to tell him who they were He enjoyed if and so did his friends When I meet a man I put him and some particular Instance together JThe next time I lay eyes on him I can call his name arid tell the circumstances of the meeting I dont forget faces or names Another title tills congressman nod future senator has earned Is the letter writer I never tail to answer a letter he said sitting at his desk Here are two basketsone for tile mall to be answered and the other for mall that has been answered and Is to receive further attention some matter to be looked up Inn department for Instance If a man uinkos a request that cant bo fulfilled I tell him so Jtiho has any chance I write him and then gojto work for him Ip my campaign llr nomination two years ago I wrote 20 000 letters I suppose Itsti wnrir nf Wwiw as We11as Men Are Maded Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble minddiscouragesand A vigor and cheerful ness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order of dis eased Kidney trouble has J become prevalent uncom1iJbmon for a child to beI= born afflicted cak kidneys If the child urinates toopften if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches ail age when it should lbe able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon it tbecausc of the dim puly js kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these iniportantorgans This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and riot to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mIser able with kidney and bladder trouble- and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of 4wrnpRoot issoonrealized It is sold by druggists in fifty J pent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle by mail free also a nwn ot SwampBoot pampldet tehing all about SwampRoot including mnnyof the tJlousnnds of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton NY be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Y on every bottle VIts Worth Jg i traveling a long distance Jg to have your teeth extracted i Without Pain or Danger 3 Si f u All work guaranteed t = L GCRUME D D S r Bardstown Ky a 3 333 3 3 3 Mothers who givet their Children Kennedys Laxative Cough srup invariably indorse it Children like it because the taste iiff so pleasant Contains Honey and Tar le is the igonhl Lakative Coand is nnrivialedfor the relief of crrnp Drives the cold out through the bowels Conforms to the National Pure Fooi andf Drug law Sold by the Red CrqssDruff Store coonre sorrr ana its stlh not so much us Is required In Washington This is my penslon docket and he drew out a worn tattered book that looked like a city directory In manu script Hero all of my pension ap plicants are registered thousands of them There are more than 0000 on this docket now Theres the printed form name number of claim compa ny and regiment und lost condition of claim that is whether it has been granted rejected or Is still under in vestigation Its ail system so fatal I am concernedV Czars Poem of Gloom St Petersburg society according to a speciall dispatch to the New York Amer lean Is discussing with deep Interest a poem which the czar has sent to a friend acCompanied by a photograph ot the imperial family It sums up the situation In that distracted country as the ruler views It Every stanza breathes melancholy and foreboding and clearly Indicates that the czar had but little hopes of n brighter future for Russia The following la a stanza of the czars poem 3Iy happiness Vas born at night And suckled m thl gloom My pleasures hate dissolved Ik flight Heart stricken at my doom My soul strives blindly ten relief Chilled asbv drifting snow By doubts which mock at the belief Of finding peace btelow Tug For Arinjr Men An army general order has been sued describing that an aluminium Identification tag the size of a silver half dollar and of suitable thickness stamped with thename rank compa ny regiment or fcorpg of the wearer will be worn by each officer and enlist ed man of the United States army whenever the field kit is word says the Washington Post The tag will be suspended from the neck underneath the clothing and In prescribed as a part of the uniform and when not worn as directed In the order will be habitually kept In the possession of the owner The tag will be Issued by the quarter masters department gratuitously to enlisted men and at cost price to of floors JGREAT RATIONAL HIGHWAY Knthaklnatic Aatal t lnn One Be ttrccn Chicago and Jfevr iork Dr Gardener S Chapin and nSitgent Michaels of Chicago arrived re costly at New York after covering in an automobile 300Q miles socking a route for n national highway between Pliioaso and New York They left their city on Sejff 10 and since then have been surveying roldn studyIng the soil of which they are composed pho tographing the surrounding country marking on their maps the location of grnelpltsand quarries and gathering material for a presentation to congress of li proposition that the government place Its mark of approval on and give Its aldtQ the construction of a national highway between tire two cities says the Philadelphia Public Ledger lr Cbapiu Is a young man of wealth lie is an enthusiastic automobilist who does not believe in exceeding the speed limit lIe Is not Interested In automo bile races although he Is much Inter ested In the development ot the gaso line engine and the Rtornge battery lIe believes that with a hlghwaylhat will fufnlsh good travelidg across half tho continent the various states will then concentrate tliplr gooQ roads movements into providing feeders for I hat highway and that eventually tray el by imtqmqblle will be common be tween distant points and that the jfuruis will be able to assert theb lnde1 peudeuoe of fits railroads as gasoline sad electric vehicles become cheaper and more fitted to the demands Vet armerbDr Clmplns trip to Sew York has provided hip with a set of field notes so cdtnplcte thatt he believes congress cannot full to be interested in them They Include conditions of soli grade percentages location of gravel pits tone quarries stone deposits sugges tions for roads that will feed the main highway and much general Information valuable to road construction ex ertIJl Dr Chapin when he has finished with his resurvey will present his maps anti materials to representatives In con gross nnd have the matter taken up In conimlttee When his plan has the stamp of approval of the government the agitation for a highway will bo started In the state legislatures v Irnctlpnl lllnctrntlou of Kconomr The following Interesting Itoiy Is from a personal letter to the editor of the Good nOl Magazine from W W Crosby chief engineer of thp Marjland geological survey As It Illustrates n practical way the ecbnomr rnn Improved road we take the liberty ol printing the extract referred tto Jt serves to show the farmer what a good road really meansVJust as I opened your letter a tailor from Prince Georgia county cnhic In Last year we built nearly four miles of road In three different sections of this countyV neot which was on the road between Waahlns ton and 1Inttsville Ny cnllpJi this morn- Ing staten In the cotrso of his cojiversar tlon that a prominent iT9ld nt jiar Hy attsvlllc told hint cnly the oih PHlay thnt while this mile which wo laiprovod last year used to be almost the worst stretch of road between his pare ant tho clty of Washington now Wheiever he sent a load of produce into tlje city he sent back to his farm two horses out of the team ns soon as It reached the near end of our Improved section And ho was now h JIItnntfnlfore what the improvement of the con1- my roMs according to modern methods meant to tV ndlxidual frracr I VB D LAKE I Reall Estate andd lilsurailcee eIIIi Farms and Town Property jiiBoucht and Sold d a iii Rfpreient the best companie i ln i 1t Fire and Life J ifitt ttl lc w 4 Phone 75 SPRINGFIELD KY i ii 4 If your Gasoline or Stcm Engine wont run send for me makethein U fo Can also reflue Boilers arioVre ir 5 pall kinds of machinery Terms CASH 4 5 5 5when work is completedV i k N1G ARKSV 4 4w ithMarkz Green SPRINGFIELD KY cwssssS Ii FromVI Iuc Shelby fe J C W Btxkktm A1LOF I KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS w Tim Thtlr PfchtrM Mtvt Ever FREETMFkit I a PabfisisJ FREE clcyOt ckySUteHi torfcalSod t3 In ordo to place these pictares In a permanent Corm th y have been Ktumfti la a group la as yto 4M AtM ahowim Xentuckvwjth the latest census pictures of all the presidents of the United States Rulers and Flags of alt nations Steamship roates statistical data hIstory of the lIMOJa pan War also late maps of the United States Kan ama Canal Eastern and Western Ue1phere reports olUJe last three featioaal ceases and mach other bistorfcaHmformatlos 5VIfmonths subscription Understand that these rates are by sail oaly and that the asbVscriptioa price by carrier or agent U cents per week ItcTheHvenlngr Post publishes sijt orJ ore editions daily and the latest edition is MuttOJeach reader according to the time that it will reach them The Evening Post is first fn everything and has tbe most Stae news Unlf b tmarket reports tVTr1 For all the people and against the grafter v oiIndependent always For the Home 0Ije 1nthrtg suit LOUISVILLE KY VVV Special Price on Chirt ami Evfo Put withts PCJMT v The NewsLeader one year The Eyemrvgf Post one year and the Wall Atlas ALL FOR 350Addreu E L DAVISON Jr Sprinffkld XyVr Sheriffs Sale For FOR TAXES By virtue of taxes due the Static of Kentucky and the County of Washington for theyears indicated Ior one of my deputies 11100t MOND4Y JANUARVT 28 1907 offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Springfield Ky the property de scribed below or so much thereof as will satisfy the tax andcostsV SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT NOS Jim Key town llit listed at 150 tax and costs for 1000 511 Catherine Coleman V acre of land listed at 35 tax and costs for 1900 27d MotIle Coleman 1 acreOf landjllsted 1 at 50 tax and costs for 3006 4278 Mary Brown 4 teS of land stet at 75 tax and costs for l906t fKELLY SHOP DISTRICT WJ l Wlisted19CG and costs l442VJoe Hal 40 a9resOf land tax and costs for 1906 S5321 Mrs Jack Best 10 acres Qf land llsteclat 100 tax and costs for 1900I S140 Davs Settles 20 acres of land Its t 740 dat 330 tax and costs for 1900 George Thompson 3i acres of lland listed at 50 tax and costs for Si45 lOff rohn H Hagan Son 3 a land listed at 50 tax and 190U S445 DEPUTY ED MASTERS LIST l North DistrictV v 1- IJ edtJatedtJ ted at 79 tai and costs for lOGO 2t90 J S OSBOURNE S W It t North District By Ed Masters Deputy John Warner 11 acres land listedo at S110 taxes and costs for the yea 100211903 1901 1905 15U Kelly Shop J S Osbourne Deputy Mrs Jack Best 10 acreS of land tax and cost for year 1905 275V BYRON CROAKE JxS W Cc tTEaiIysrs a fsMs P- xl tt DyspR Ours wMt f t Harness f Uepa ring Neatly and promptly ldonebyar experienced l wot kman 1 chargesReasollaNe c PPTaYl CommiioiarsSl Robert Biandfordjc Plffs 6 tfPattie Blandf ord c DfteT By virtue of adjudgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at tk October terral- Oot in the above styled cause a Ishall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House tfopr in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY JANITARY 390TS 4t 2 oclock pmt or thereaboutbeing higIieKJJdldand 12 months the fQllQingTdi scribed property towit A certafli tract or parcel of lana lybag ia Washington county Ky near St Rose church and tfenaded all follows bnthe Northby the JamiiI of Kent BlandfordVaad the old Eliza bethtpwn roadsoA the South by the lads tf Tom Blandf qrd and Bud Bad gett and on the Wet by the lands of Clotilda Blandf wdtand Robert Wheat ley aridsupposed to cpntaJn l28 acres For the purchase price the Purchaser or purchasers witk astprovedj security or sureties mist executeVbearing legal interest from date f sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will bC required to comply proaiptljr with these tern M G LEACHMAN J 2sLqc Co a ik XIiWhen tfe cdVaJwinfc dry aad rack the1iltlB i hexf ofav can MT much ctkcoiforc Ji btttint iatve lbttkf r tkiiaiie on the box t yold aim iiaItatahe ste YOU JCt rt he orici4l The Wills Witch HatS- alve SoW by t w JRe4 Crew DgVStore i JD J I BURTON RSIDKNT DENTISTc TEETH EXTRACTED r WITHOUT PAIN 4j JftIoJlfIagBlock up stairs S SPRINGFIELD KY s jutrCental Work Strictly FirstclasljiJ Y4R J C MUDDc- iM J u9 Sirgeon Office hours 8 to9 am I ttV lt92pm- Offices over Haydons tT Mj Lampton M DL i Office it Opera Ntttse if e I ti Office FfeBMee Resttleiice o 38 T W1F GR1GSBV I TTORNEY AT LAW l line v rFiple5 Bank HPRTNOFIELD KY r YJB ROBARDS MI W FYATT- f t 4 RIBARDS HYATT r rftjsiciinssIJJd Snrgcons IftOfficeover C W Bagans gro cery opposite Presbvterian churclir i r wt Ray y V rWYSICIAII AM SURGEON Office bve Ha v don Rob rt pas Drug Store I Phdies Offle55 1 j Rednce 172 JOHN Y mmif- llllld UI UIHEETOR i llttLICEISEBEMBKLMERn fTLEPHOI4EDAYtO NIGHT 74 SPRIMIELD fltl Raro d Sdhedufe Following iis the lim schedDi no1ifineffecl on the B rdstowi i Springfield brauch railroad JIo 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 p m Bardstown Junctioi I 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm I arrives lit topringlield 645 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at 580 A m BaYdstpwn 617am Bards Qwn jTunction 705 am rivefe at Louisyillei 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 780 jimrf BardbtoW J anctu n it 830 am4 Bardstown 1115 am- arrives t Springfield 1240 pm No44Laves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 485 pm irrives at Louisville 545 PeNp 90 Sundays only Leaves SprinKfield at 715 amBard towb 8 am Bardstown Junction 345 am arrives at Louisville 035 ani No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bard town I JunctfoD 650 pm Bards town v7j8pm arrives at Springfield 5B b uru If TtHecl Sftlljiers h We wish to staje to our tttSrougbttt the tobacco growing section that weiare not conn ct ted directly or iridirkctl with l any outer warehouse oh ware- r house company WeuConduct a Strictly iride i pendent Tobacco Warehouse OpmmissTofi Business and res 4 pectfull solicit your patronage i C A BRIDGES Co Proprie tors Picket Tobacco Warehouse Ltfuiyille Ky 408 mo t 1 l i 1I rFfH IllEAD ftJ u ROLLS AND CAKES V Baked Daily r Always good always fresh We jJbaye a Baker who is an at Sisttat ncaking good thingsS Six Loaves if Bread for 25c 5 Hertliens ConfectionEr r THE EXAS WONDER t Cur s all Kidney Bladder andI Rheumatic troubles scld by lfdrgggistsor two months treatment by mail forl Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send fOr Kentucky ejtitBonials Insurance J v Insure in the Farmers Home vInsurance Company pf Junctioni City Ky r the only company in the State that makes any claim Of tti ng its losses in lull I T i TOWN 11 I Loca1HapperJngsoT Interest 1 The Freshest and Latest 1 tI 1 AllAbout Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances fNM FOR LEA sow and rcolI shoats Drt John D Renew your subsor puoii for magazinekfree t tt Born to Mr and Mrs Garland Cunningham Sunday evening an eight pound babv eirl FOR SALE Seven 80 poundIt shoats W J Snjth RFDNo 5 pringtield Ky WANTEb Wan rd to buy a goodmilk cow Jerse perferid iKJuire at this office FoiiA good dwelling and ajblack mith shop and tools at Simms Ky Brown Bro tFOR RENT Two rogms second floor of People sank building Heats1igltandwatr Iqrriishedr So Long Mary the latest popularsong A big lit of new songa to sel at 10 cents each a EdM Russells a WANTED A colored farm hand mtriied wan preferredi j IT J MILLER Willisbirg Ky Mr Joseph S Claybrooke has ren ed the three north rooms in the residence fMr harlf s R vicElrov and will ccupy themc the first of February j Mr hD1tkelthE rPHl es ati dealer sold for Mjte F tzge al tlIS farm in the Hill hOlo neigh biitioiid for 375v The furmf con ane 135 acres S M Campbell the auction eer fepurts tou y court day aii Danville as being exceeding dull thtre being very ittie tuck on the market pod pries low Hart elt Etherington of 1 nsburg bought of Mudd Bros he jack Joe Blackburn form r ly ownvd by J T Mont omer at redpncksiown Prict 450 OFFICE HOURS DrJannounces the following offic hours 8 to 9 am and 1 to 2 pm He can lays be found at his office during those hours W 8 Gibbs ha bought of R B McElroy the R F McErroy farm at 6250 per acre TLe farm contai s 556 act es and WHS only recently purchased by R B McElroy f you have trunks househo d gdqds or other articles to he transf red you will save irnfr money and worry by callin In Jibe Springfield Transfrr Pc Depot pbone22 JJ ALLEN Pr p Mi s May Oaratron of Fred erickst wn is nursing Mrs Nanne Walker bois ttilsuff efing from the effecs of a hov re injury to her hip sustai ed by a Tall 8Miss Lizzie Lee has been com pelled by bad health to resign her position p teacher at the Grundy Orphanage 6he will remain at the orphanage until anothdrteacber is secured Rev S B Lander of the BreachedaI morning and evening atlhe Presbyterian church last bab bath i He will prtach for that congr gation next Si bbathmorn ing and evening i Mr F 4Warelof Lox ington Who has been enduted as grader fur the American So clOY of Equity at this pacE came in Tuesday He was ta ken sick soon atUr his arrival ut the Walton hotel and has bten un able to go to work v The public sale of stock grand i farming implt merits of fi S JMajes Jr and M O Maves on last Thursday was w 1l9ttitnded and everythiog sold high Hugs were in demand ai df brought high prices corn sold at 461 cents and farming im plemeots sold fairly welU- i The Board of Supervisors of taxes finished work on the ass essment Saturday and adjourned The amount of assessment of property was raised about the usual amount over that gii en by the assessor but the propety owners will be given a chance to be heard before it will be de termined how much of the increase will stand Wednesday Thursday and Friday iran 30 31 and Feb 1st are the days sett TOPICS II- ctqtc i Ia5comolpjants The stock salo of T J Mont FrederickstownontT 1IY tory An aged JHck old ttr400 and an old stallion for 55 Hogs sod higb brood sos hr ngh g fr m 13 to 25 each and S048 and pigs from 35 0050- A btmctuof pHin sheep sold 5 a head and a jersey mPkcow for 4f yearling steers at 24 75 and steer cnlves at S17 50 Horses ere knocked dt wn at various prices ranging fom 40 to 185 and mule colts Irom6o to 35 each Corn soTd at 4o to 45 dents per bushel and oats at 45 to 59 cents House ForSale A nicei four room cottage on East Main Street All modern improv mens For particulars tinqure of Luther A Burps PERSONAL Mr and MrstA R S nltzj are in Louisville Mr L S Claybrooke is in Louisville on business Mr G 0 Wharton isinB yle county this week on bcbiness Miss Mary Lee Simms spent Siiuduy and Monday ib L uis villel Mr Wall er E Leacbman 6pea t Sunday With his wile in Louis yule Mr W a then Sims of Corbin t is at home on account of bad health Mrs James Hackley of Illin ois is visiting Mrs Charles Me WborterIAliss Nannie Dougherty of Bardstown is a guest of Mrs i W W Ray Mr Will Spaulding and Mr Wheeler ofi Bardstown we here Monday Mr Berkley rlmpbeU otz Merier county has come herec to Attend school Mr Oscar Curry will leav for San Antonio TexY Sunday m quest of health Mfs S B Thompson of Leb anon is visiting her daughter Mrs Theo Campbell Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon spent af w days this week at Judge I HThurmans ForsythebfMrs Ric ard Durham Mr rrMarkshas accept a position in a cigar factory in Louisville and llef here the latter partof last week ViissN al Burke whoJos a visitor of Miss Willa Knott the past teL d ys left Puesday for her home in Jefferspnville Thn Alissts Roney of Si Marys have returned home 1af etwo weeks visit with Misee Sarah and Anna J Simms Marshal John Grace IS rpidlv convalescing He was ale to appe r iIi the hotel lobby Tues day and expects s onto be himself again SS Rev A S Mallet of Leba non and Rev J S Lyon of Louisville were here Tunsdax to attend a directors meeting of the Grund Orphanage Mr Sidney preen wttoenlii ed in heU Snavy about a yea ago has been honorably rtj ch rjier on account of Uenrt tioubli a dunned hymt Fri day Dr Hopper and wile moved from their residence on Walnut streett their farm at Beecn land The doctor will combine farming with his professional practice Mr B H BegleV formerly of this county but who bas been making his home at Oakland Cal for the past five years camen last week for a visit to relatives Mr Jeff H Bottoms a native of this county who bas made his mrk inT California writes us that ho in company with his mother Mrs atberine Bottoms will sbortiy leave their home at Sacramento for a visit to rela tives in Indiana Him is and Kentucky fOLEYSliO1EYfAR TM BsUei PravaftU PaiasnaJa IIr i wwS lLMILLINERY II- Must go now at your own 8 price Come in and take your your choice or the few left None will be reserved MISS KNOTT 8ooooooooo8 8 PLANS OUTLINED Growers Who Have Pooled Their Tobacco Are Told of Plans for Hand ling It r A large crowd of tobacco growers of the county who have pooled their crops wth the American Society of Equity and who are consequently bnxious to learn of the plans proposed for eceiying the tobacco assembled the Court House here ou last Saturday afternoon The meeting was addressed by Ir W C McChord and Judge H Thurman and the growers learned more of the details of he plans whicli are to govern he operations of the pool than hey had known before The obacco is to be received and landled by the Washington Jounty tobacco WarehouseoI hich is tHe new compahv brmud for thepiirpose of build j g a warehouse to take cAe or uture crops of the members of be A S of E in this county rbis company has enough stock ubsfribed to enable it toerect iurenouse sufficiently large al tore all of the tobacco growt- v members of the society m the onnty For the present sea dn he company has remed several arns jn the vicinity of Spring eld and is to receive the tobacco it n them was made clear by the peake s at the mteting on last Saturday that it will be decided y to the advantage of each rower to take care of his own rop at home and await he sell lug time For a grower who out need the money and who bas amole barn room this is de idedly the best plan For those nembers of the pool who are bound to raise money for imme liate needsthe Society through bhe Warehouse combaijy will ake care of their crops A bookkeeper and a grader have seen imployed and crop are to be received as fast as possible md in rotation on the days allotted 10 the different growers This t bacco is to be received iid valued according to grade and each owner wnl be paid ac cording to the grade of his crop Each owner is to receive i ware houst recnipt for his cropwhich sboiv t1tbe number of pounds and te grade The owner of those recepis may receive a loan on themnot to exceed five cents a pound on the number of poui ds in his Cop All of the expenses of the handling and storing of this t bacco in these temp rary war hous s art tI be borne by the tobacco owiers These ex penses include the interest nImoney borrow d rent of ware nouse salanoCg ader salary of bookkeeper insurance on tbaccowaJe to hands inhanU lm i and other incidental xpen se Those growers whotahel care of Iheno obacco at home of course will not lf called on to share any o this expense Each individual owner will hp paid in he fi al dicpositon of the tl bicci strifily according to quali iv If he has a high grade cro tie will gel toe highe t price but a man with a five cent crop of ttobacco ned not exti ectio share i1the proceeds from the sile of the fifteen cent crop of ins neigh bor simply because he iis in the pool These are a faw ofttle fact wtiich were explained at the meeting on Jast Saturday and we gather them from reliable sources The tcbacco rowers should be fully acquainted with the 01 king of the pool so that be may kn w just what to x pect when begoes into it As to the final disposition of th tohacco thus pooled as we under sand it the sale of it is left en tirely to the head of the Burlej Brach of the AS of E Every individual owner relinquiabes his right to have a voice in the final sale- Several crops haye already been received by the company at Mr Johr Y Mayes barn and parties desiring to deliver have been assigned certain days in the future No money has as yet been piid on crops Letter List List of letters remaining un called for in the Springfield Ky P Owek ending Jauuary 24 3907 Mrs JJ D Barns sR Alvey 1 Willie Hancock RIen iieor e Mrs Ella Hickman Robert Hurley Mis Effie SweetIPersons C9inngtoccheseletters will please say advertised and give date of list- W A Waters P M Clear up the ooiqplt ion cleanse tha Her and tone the system You can best do this by a dose or two of DeWitts Little Early Risers Saf e able little pill with a reputation The pills that everyone kiiuvvs Rec immended by The Red Cross Drag Store FFurniture for Sale I have for sale at a bargin the olio A ina pieces of furniture A Kur zman pi no mahogany aseiigold condition A handsome hrce piece walnut bed room suit A walnu wardrobe with mir rov doorsSrhret rocking chairs and three fane straight back chairs I A ladies mahogony writing sk A handsome W Iimire rWIa large vase and a washstand set These articles can be s en tat tue Wall on hoi el aiauy time MrsHO Nelscn Mr Ira E Yelton Cashier Farmers Bauk Clintonville Ky says I am personally acquaialed with persons who have cured their hogs of cholera with yonr Bourbon Hog Colera Rem edy and whnt e testimonials appear In your booklet and can say they are the very best people in this eomtnuB ity Sold and guaranteed byO J Hay don Springfield Ky Weight Dead and Alive It is a very popular idea that a person when dead weighs heavier than when living One reason that heav1lerthis In carrying a living person Wt liae the center of gravity adapted by the person carried tbsuit the convenience of the carrier and maintained in a position as far as possible to fall within the base of his body Again the elasticity of the structure of the body especial ly the cartilages though not iin reality diminishing the weight gives an appearance of lightness as we see in the beautiful movements of the stagand this would seenfcrtB corroborate the notion that living crea tures are lighter than dead ones It has also been asserted that theIbreath makes the living body er than the dead But we need hard ly say that a man when dead weighs no more than when alive Too Small to Bo Seen Not long after lila introduction into national life as a member of the house Tint Sullivan of New York coricciveda violent dislike for the man then at the head ofone of the executive departments It woj observed that whenever Sullivan much to his disgust was obliged to consult the official in question he invariably left in anything but the pleasantcst of humors One morn ing Sullivan had been cooling his heels in the Secretarys anteroom when theprivate secretary entered saying 1ml1i awfully sbrry Mr Sullivan but you cant see the sect rotary tfhis morning Sullivan by this time in a white heat because of his long wait dramatically exclaim ed Merciful heaven Is he so smallas all U13tt A Mixed Quotation vr In a case of some notoriety a law yer who is noted for his flowery or atory was defending the accused Wishing to emphasize the tenderre lation that had existed between his client lllil the complainant he ex claimed fwhat does Omar tsay on this subject A dog and a tome and a hanlj of hair and thou sing ing beside me in the wilderness J And to this day he doesnt under stand why his respectfully attentive audience laughed Kansas City Star J i BUTTON MAp The Height of the Craze In the Tim ef Luis XIV iThe oldest buttons at present in the muacuips and among the col lections are the gold buttons disco ered at Mycenae at the time of the excavations undertaken by Dr Schiiemann and also those found in the tomb oL Childerfe L The latter were exhibited at the Louvre in the tmadeimitating garnet buttons detach ed from copes and religious gar ments of the middle ages and of the renaissance have also been discovered 1 But the richest things of the kind beyond a doubt are those that were worn by Louis XIV M MazeSen cier in the Register of Diamonds and Presents to the King at pres ent preserved in the ministry of foreign affairs gives an official account of the buttons of that pompous soy 4 ereign It isqs follows Feb 3 1685 Montarcy pre sented to the king eighty diamond b iMi tons 30000 livres uly 26 1G85 Handed over by Seigielaym nil buttons 586703 livres Aug 1 1685Two diamond ibuttons 67866 livres Aug 16 1685 Three diamond buttonsr69660 livres Dec20 1685 Four diamond buttons 83775 livres 1JulyJ2Gt1 eight gold uttonsl each set with a diamond and ninetysix clasps for tyeight of which were composed of five diamonds each and fortyeight of of liiIiAlsoformed of five and 162 of one diamond each 1006345 j livres 11In addition there were seven or namental clasps of three diamonds each 201270 livres BnamentedThat foots upa total of abptit 3000000 livres for tbevbottons Vf the great king for tfie single year 1685 The preceding year Louis XIV received a lot of buttons that were valued at 1071000 livres In these enumerations there is no men tion of the diamonds for the shoes the garters the cuffs and the hats of the monarch per We are obliged toadmit with our coats and overcoats garnished with nu miserable little cloth and bone af fairs we cut a poor figure in the fancy button business compared to the dudes of the days of Louis XIV Paris Figaro I jHowi j try care to fast on her wedding dayi until after the sacred ceremony and jthis after enduring the hardships of 2 igirla farewell party given the day be i riage to be fashionable should not occur until evening it maya easily be imagined in what an exHausted Si state she is to commence her new Ithere3ingmaids with sweetmeats A person age follows the procession bearing tan elegantly mounted picture of iChrist in gold and silver which is stationed against the altar The bridesmaids do not all dress alike and their number is unlimited London Answers His Way if Pairing M A Dumber of years ago at a small M town in Maine an important local election was to tab place and there was strong rivalry between the Be publicans and Democrats Old Hi 1 ram Morse the blacksmith was a 11 strong Democrat but many of the tfA farmers were Republicans On the tJmorningof the election a farmer catrie to have hi horse 1J The iblacksmithsaid to him Weyre both J busy Youre a Republican and Pm J u Democrat Lets pair off Well IJ neither of us vote and twill j JtoAfter election it was found out that Morse had paired off with five Be publican farmers w M 7B UT ia Cksta rsteAfter arriving borne from Stepffctoa Wta where he had been dotar HIDe ChristmAs ibopplmf CkalmaH W K Rclndahl of Dtimklrk carefmllf slipped Into a aide door with his nM 11e4 with bundles west toa locked room where bo bad set up a Chrtatmrt tree and started unwrapping packiles to hang their contents on the tree The flrst be opened look strange but be went at It ceaflfiently expecting to find a doll for his alece Imsteadtto hto horror be discovered the makejt bocITj of a dead child White ha in 1 Stoughton some one ked put tb94tly bundle in the rear of hU cafdafe and he bad not noticed It rariiii4 Im D7 1m Vat While working in a huge Tat at the Slenantlco bleach and dife wotkat MillTllle N J Leoa Cro to Wit her rlbly and probably fatally scalded Croslln had crawled drop the mam bole into the vat to acraage soe goods preparatory te ate lBC uewhen a valve in eae of the large pipes burst and a stream of boiling water and steam fell uttOIL him The OUI and then lostman gave one scream consciousness Before his fellew week then could stop the Sow et scaWI g water be was literally parbelled Feud LIVTGd Ia Lp f Ce John Savage of Week Hill Md a miner In the taterprtae ili ewas greatly astonished whe im breaking a solid lump of coall he saw a live toad jump out and hop afBd hla feet The holo in which the teed was cl ed was not large eaogb to perMIt ay exercise oa We part It isepeod the a batrachlam cturlN ago let htawelf a bois Ia the reid aad wMt to H ps v II iWe Dont wy i Carry Over lJ1 WillsellandSAnthing that consequently we will make Special Reduced Prices iOn all Winter Goods in our store If you have not tbought your winter Suit or Ovcrcotnjpw k your I opportunity We Willlnyou a bargaim as loag as they last ATTENTION WehaveinthusBarjaizz5als few t i c1rdrel iiiC r oks 0 at4COST1 Let Us Sell Tit I t1Qooa BiggyIsbs r GRDNDY tMcINTIl i441c t LEAF TOBcCWAREIIOOSE 717 East Water St Cwciwwti OWt W A BRADFORD CQy WA Bradford TaiyQiIirryi P INDEPENDENT H V Does a strictly commission business interest of pat OM care + fully guttrdd Three months free storage We give to all ship 1 50 per hogshead for all tobacco coBi igfFd to nz aad equalize freight with Lousville We reectfui1 olicit tour sino Phone Main 2681 J Iilliw W viWiw ffLivery and Sale Stable tPARKS SIMMS Proprietors tLocated on Doctor Street net to Marks Greeas lumber yard Horses Bought and Sold 1 I at 200 Commission Any nee desiring a bos for amy purpose should give use can We can svpplv yoe orif have a horse for sale we can find VOGa buyer 3you ALSO HAVE NOKSES AND HGS FM HUE i 1 t BYON PARKS WILL F SIMMS fm rniq fCLOSE f l Is what I give to all work brought me and as a result I ama le to CUAXANTEE SATISFACTtOfj fj If you b love a watcn or a clock to mend or wish your EYESIGHT CORRECTED by 3perfectly fitted glasses I am prepared kr w it on you 1i g Jas J Graves Main Street opposite Prbykrlaichircb 5BIG KSGIORIES 4 r DIAMOND BRASD JM05S JiLIDB fOR EVsTC IWdll Lae week we quoted a kstcr from Her Gnfltef Tes jbowfcififcIi MMCMrltT of Diamond Brand rixxa One KMOW for Ak sip sty is Aatwciwj6Dia BranJ Sho forevetypenea MJoeveey peposs Makkf tkxt ct all Kcds at rll pricea teAks us o giwk ur 4rprald TerH WM far tIe beMtit oftfkc WMNT Tue g t 30 e Mi w iA ef shoe vaktc in wery dollar yow pay Dissd Jid shsss oJMC iOu DBAtna I r nllH flllWll 4 6WSllWE MAKE m1t 5i3SANY TTE 7 Was DivorcedI t JI A suit wrth more or less sene 4tiOtialf a ure which is of inter 9sM in tbiscdtyraS jusb n Iki in thw yefferson circuit covift It is that of Miss Minnie Howrijran widow of ihelatel Dr Jl711 HOI ilrJ against J D foullgan7JaLMlolf 1 The petition sefeks to set aside 3a decree of divorce which the i C01art records of Jefferson county t sbojr as granted to Dr Hourh a 4 an oftly a week prior tophis 4 411 in Louisville aboutone VrVyXaf a oTti plaintiff claims yfttat the divorce was procured 4 thitH Jifr3iad She states that sh was never summoned ti a ap Vp ariu the ckse and that she y did not know that a suit 1 th 4 kind iad been brought until a 4 short time ago She oejjeyed 0 that stie las the legal widow of i Dr Harigan until the ju gmeii k separating them was discovered t V by her many months after her ih ands ikath She was Vittv IDfi flourigan Uis said at the 4 tlm of his death but was never apprised of the suit and the v administrator was b the act of wmdinjr upthe estate belieying 1 that she was the legal widow of 1 Dr Hoorigan when be learned iv of the divorce It is also claimed V Mrfihe petition that the residence of Dr Honrigan vas in Marion 9 county and for bat reason the Louisville qJ1r fdid not have s jurisdictioni and could not lle j gmlfy vgrarit thi decree of diyorce vv Mrs Hourigan wa a Miss 4 Pprtwood of Bovle county jPCior to her marriage and since t thdeath of Dr Hparigan has Iitbia living in that couuty Lebinon Enterprise NearlY every person who Is sub ect to attacks from the stomach suf i ivfera from a morbid dread of a diete tic treatment for relief that is three fourths itarvktlon and oue fourth toast and mUle On the other hind you can eat as you please and digest befood by the aid of a good digest t t ant thus givin3 tbe tired stomach 7eqillly as much rest Eat what you pleae and take a little kodbl for in ajgggtjpn after your meals It digests ijplit itoneat Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stprq fl cL jt f 1he Limit I h1fSaturday morning Judge Grimes fined Jesse Barber 100 and fifty days in jail for hinging r hiskey into Harrodsburg 5 On Friday afternoon Barber John Parr and Howard JJtlej j went to Lawrenceburg t9 get the liquor Barber got fiRth itrain at the dept but the other I two tookthe precaution to walk IF to Cii rry to board the car t Sopngve Chief Smith the the3ti pi that they had gone after f the liquor He stationed the pollMtOk the College street qptg and when the train t9led the three Bootleggers ali lalied and wer placed under 1fi arrest It was found that Bar leiclbada gallon jug full and alsi KjMztJbo tie about full and r eJ9ther two a quart each Utley and Parr were released Barber ashe bad a quart Jtf re in big posession than allow fldy law was sent to jjail At ti trial Saturday morning he J ed that he only paid for four f qwte and the man who sold him th rhiskey made a mistake and q Ngave him a quart too much j After admonishing him about lying Judge Grimes gave him the limit Parr was fined for j being drunk That afternoon- an old woman sent Judge Grimes t word that Barber had bought a quart of the liquor for her rand t that she was sick and would b like to have it The court is looking up the law as to whether iflret captured whiskey can be Ij confiscated Saturday at noon Frank Elliston colored was ar Bested when he go cff the train With a gallon jug of whiskey He was taken to police court and stated tht he wentttf Ibawrence burg and b ugbt iit torbis own use As the law aildwsa person to bring in agallon he was re leased Chief bmith and his subordinates will conticne 00J make ilj hot for offenders Harrodsborg Heraldh ChrcticConstmsUon Cured One who suffers from chronic con stipation thIn dariffer of m ws ri ous ailments Orino Lazstive FruitI Syrup cures chronic constipation as It aids digestion and stimulates the i liver andbowelSfresrorinl theI natural action of these org1nsI Commence taking it tod y and you will feel better at once Orino tax ativ Kruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe anti is very pleasant io take Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store l Estimated Value of Ken tuckys Tobacco The immense value of the to iba co crop of Kentucky iu theI year 1906 is a subject treated in pecembr number of the Crop Reporter the official publication at the United StatesDjrtmeiro- Aricu1tura1 at Washington The following tobacco sCatis tics firi entuckY for the year 1900 will be found of interest 4creage 290000 yield per acre 87ft pounds total production 152300000 poundsj price per pound7t cents total value of crop 19425100IThe valuer of the tobacco crop grown in other states is given s followsf Virginia 6 031545I North Carolina 6980764 rWjs cousin 6712875 OhioS SSS 000 From this will be seen that the Kentucky tobacco crop w is wortt in i1oUars and ctnts practically as much as the combined crops of North Carolina Vir ginia and Wisconsin A new lot of Hyomei fresh from the laboratory has justI been receed by the Ret Cross Drug Store Tms is the catarrh remedy that they gurantee will cure or costs nothing t T Citizens Bewildered All the west e flef the countv was greatly frightened iat 10 o lock Monday night when a bright light flashed out mak lug the earth 35 bright as das crashjinapproach of a destr cyclone Dr J E Caidwell says he Saw the light and heard the big noise but thought it was due to an explosion in vlr J A Carpenters store where a gasoline lighting machine ha i been installed Mr and Mrs Bud Brady were driving along the Springfield pike nd saw the light and heard the noise They say it Wi a monster meteor and that they saw it when it star ed fonitbe higt ethereal regions It looked themto have fallen in the vicinity of Enido about four miles west of Perryville Boyle County Herald Mio na stomach tablets fo indigestion Money bank jl they fail to cure Tile Rsi dro s DrugStore J WANTED Gentleman o lady to travel for Mercantile House of Jlarge capital Terriory at home orabroad to suit If de sirable the home may be usedva headquarters Weekly salary of 1000 per year and expense Addres Jos A Alexander SrinfieI4Ky 51 7t f WASTING STRENGTH w IWomen who suffer from unnecessary disagreeable If painful weakening female complaints will find tthai rY ft ipe of Cardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for their ills It acts directlyiipon all thsdelicate iinflamed t tissues purifying the blood throwing off the clogging i matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular I NJ Scanty profuse painful catamenia prolapse etcv iJY Mso relieves headache backache dizziness cramps dragging pains nervousness irritability etc P r If you need advice write us a I letter telllpg us all e your symptoms We will send free advice in plain I t sealed envelope Address Ladies Advisory 1Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenni- Vtr c M It4 Ali MtDGCBTS SHi IT IN100 BOTTLES fN l wrNEOF CAROUtlI w KINGSTON AND ITS CALAMITIES It VVest Indian City yhat Seems if Doomed to Disaster THEIOE SHAZEH EARTHQUAKES Ilnrrlcnno and Ftrc Have AbC BrouslitRtiln on Jamaica Bcautl- lal Capital A fcity ot Great Color IVltli Several Illatdrlo Baildlno Stories Told About the Harbor Kingston part of whIch lIs reported dcstrdyedl by earthquake slid fire like every capital city Jamaica has had seems to have been doomed to disas ter says the New York Times Thrice It has been lashed by hurricanes thrice It has been shaken by earthquake and thrice It has been practically wiped out by fire The first capital ScvJUe dOro founded by the Spaniards in 1009 was over come by a pest of red ants Spanish T wnthe next was allowed to fall Into ruIn because it wmtnot conven iently situated for governing purposes Port Royal the capital of the bucca neers was swallowed In the sea after an earthquake In 1G92 Kingston Is the last capitalIThe city was built on the LIguanea plain Immediately after the destruc tion of Port Jloyal It grew from a settlement to a township then to a city with a population of 50000 feilr fiCtbs of whom were negroes and only 2 erjentpuro whites The earthquake whl h would destroy Kingston has been the prophctic crpak of old negroes as loolgas can be re membered The profiliecy was not al together disbellevdd by persons who had not become too familiar with the city to overlook Its topographical sitnar tlotl The cartfifiuake of Port IJoyar sank most of that city Into the ocean bay ing a strip of sand above the surface bouttnelie miles long At the tip of this sand spit was what was leftI or Port Itoyal andat the other end It joined the mainland at a point called Rockfort Pounded on one side by the breakers of the Caribbean sea tbejsand spit was lapped on the Inside by a shimmering lagoon the entrance to which Was only separated from tile mainland by a narrow passage This passage which can be umvigatwj only by a lskillful pilot admits to a great almond shaped lagoon in Which a few years ago it was found that the whole British fleet could anchor In safety It Is within this smiling lagoon that thp city of Kingstonlnestled In seething safety Kingston built on the Inward shore stands upon land which shelves into the water at about the rate Of one foot in fifty rind has the same half sub merged appearance that Port Royal has had since the great earthquake The continued sinking of piers and the shiftjgraveliy nature of the soil which slid into the sea with every heavy rain fall formed a foundation for the dis raai croaking of earthquake prophets 1pie city itself is a beautiful one to ltook at from the sea but like most tropical towns a little disappointing after the first glamour of new vegeta done strange buildings strange tongue and faces and new flowers traits and odors have passed But it Is a city of frrcat color The well paved streets laid but as neatly as Harlems are thronged all day with all races al predominatesI begging or smoking handmade cheroots on the piazzas and chattering with the womon The negro women present a gay picture with the bright bandannas over black faces that are daubed with white powder in Iniita tion Of the white sisters toilet art A string of Chinese would pass and the negroes would jeer at them The Chinese Would patter on unperturbed A big bronzed white man In boots and spurs and wearing a hat lie bought by the yard would strIde by and the nCJ roes would be silent unless one hap pened to ask for a quattie 3 centsI Then would comes a stoic Hindoo In turban and cummerbund walking stol idly with his pretty baugled wife de murely following carrying a busket of yams and cocoas and breadfruit her lead Harbour street was the main busi ness thoroughfare of the city although King street claimed the honor of being Kingstons Broad way Harbour street ti pantile with the hArbor while King street Beginning under the stat ue of Queen Victoria In the plaza In the center of the city sloped right tIn and ended according to where thethie was i The latter street In the daytime was a busy mart of trade There were hy gooilR stores whore planters la tlica mopped their faces in the bOat while they pHrchased pretty things for the ttnniff meets and gymkhanas that 0theThere were Ironmongers stores where the 1ooted plantqra dud per ecr met to discuss bananas pimento and mules while they bought guns and ammuni tion plows and cocoa primers At night Kinsfcton Is dark Not even the most romuntfcuily Inclined can find Joy In It oxcept at the hotels arid In the Theater Royal when It was open 4fter hours the great land crabs come out of the drains and scurry away tote the late leWstrlf The only sounds are the shrieking of an unhappy whistling toad tlio nocturne ofcrlck ets and from some place Where aI marengo native dance is in prog cuss there como tile notes of n guitar and perhaps a doggerel verse of na tive poesy Stan pjm a hill an took at da mOon Oh dehd a moon so sweet It takes a lOt to disturb the soul of a real Klngstonian The sun Is Wont to shine there mid thjorc Is ttnnys lots to complain about If everything else failed the home government 6nild be cursed It ws in recent years a poor City although American tourist had been enriching It considerably But if Is a city full of philosopher nail al though It has been Brittali for nearly 230 years It has never forgotten the Spanish word for tomorrow 0Andthat it has had For Instance lit 1782 Itwas burned to the jjround It was rebuilt gradually only to be wiped Out again In 1843 This last fire was a dis astrous one costing the city about 15 000000 Hurricanes too came be tween times to discourage the citizens In 1815 not only Kingston but the Whole Island suffered terribly from ft storm i The greatest hurricane was perhaps la 1880 Kingston was on the edge of IV 11 ftA UK charn of troupe A ro t i 7i=i1TLTiT i a OUR y FREFFER-I toII We have secured a limited number of subscriptions I one of the best magazines published in the South which we will give I Absolutely Free R with each new subscriber to the NewsJeader and io each renewal or old subscriber who pays up and pays one in year in advance rl OUR COUNTRY Is a Monthly Magazine published at Louisville and is an attractive illustrated Magazine and is ably edited1We will furnish the NewsLeader and Our Country one yearfor 1 Address EL DAVISON Jr Publisher SPRINGFIELD KY v l mnriuioic rcature wt Ul n yrsi that in the eastern part of the lSJa dIwhere It tore up things most no fell and a complacent moon upon ruin throughout the whole affair The lAst great storm occurred in Au gust 1903 A cyclone swept the is Jlttjnd and damaged banana plantations houses wharfs and steamships to the extent ot 10000 Port Antonio the Apicfican colony on the north side of the island was nearly wiped out but It arose again a model of American swiftness and titiltty and Is today one ot the prettiest rown In the West In dies It Is the headquarters of the fruit trade with the United States Kingston like Port Antonio has ariSen from Its ruins time and again In the last rebuilding It improved In appearance rts Port Antonio didj Before this last disaster It boasted least throe first class hotels nil atI on the American anti European rbeInterdrama and opera grand and comic There Is also a splendJd botanical res ervation called Hope Gardens This Is situated in the outskirts of the city and has contributed many valuable discoveries In the way of orchlds and tropical plants to time gardehs at Kew London Kingston possesses an athe- naeum a fine library and a museum The latter contains probably the best collection in the world of Carib and Arawnk spears arrows pottery and other relics ot the aborigines Perhaps tIre most Interesting thing In Kingston is the old parish church which has stood for two centuries Over Its chancel and nave there hang shot riddled flags of the slips of Eng land that crawled into Port Royal In the old days crippled but victorious The tablets on the walls anti on the flagstones tell how Midshipman Toni Harrison the pet of the ship died at Port Royal of yellow fever Here again Is a stone which tells that brave Admiral Benbow lies below lIe died ot a wound in his log received In an engagement with M du Casse And the Island records show a statement to the effect that The peope thronged very much To see brave Admiral BonljoW laid In Kingstown church Kingston Is full of old houses where great men lived and disported them solves Here lived Low Nelson here Rodney danced with the creole girls In this ballroom a Kingston Incite was so embarrassed when the visiting Prince of Wales asked her to dance that she gasped Thank you Mr Wales The house of Michael Scott author Xf the immortal Log is also to be seen and nt another place it Is said that the famous dinner scene when Aaron Bang slid under time table was enacted There Is one house In North street Jib6 which a gleeful but whis pored title toki A king who Is at present reigning became jovial In Kingston oacqaiid at 1 o clock in the morning amused himself by throwing time furniture out of tIme window The ladles protested to the boutoes who re plied with grant dignity How darf you Cannot a king AmUse himeclH The harbor of Kingston has seen convulsions of imture lieroro Ih famous earUHtuafce of 1002 it practi cally foil ml Its oXl6t ncerOn clear ilays at the bottom of the lagoon coiilj be seen the ruins of time cIty of Port Royal Let the eamuq drift anil the eye might tmco the stre ta where the plmtM wwasgorctl aiuoiiR the bnlra nf slUt ami1 the kbits oifirer spurred thor pranHug Itoraco In lie dead days lit connection with this lrownnl city the 5UbHrsitIOIlS uogroes dcclaro that the diurtli hell still bibs tinier water on stormy lays The Island records show that the parish clergyman of Port Royal said the earth opened like jaws Mild ihut agnln upoii people whoso heM tI rwmrnl protruded from tIme jcrouiKj It Is a fact at least that jit Green nAY near Kingston there a tombstone which tolls how one Calmly was swallowed by the earth and by the grupo of Goo the next shock threw him CrorAthe earth Into the sea Calmly lived for years It was out of the harbor of Kingston that Sir Harry Morgan the pirate 0drovent hIm He had been governor of Ja maica after being tIme wickedest pirate iu the Caribbean He tot time Job to keep him out of mischief The scan ilnl caused the next ngto depDsc him Morgan1 killed the kings mim- essengexs who brought the news stole the kings ship that had brought the kings luesBongers gathered the old crew ami sailed to the sacking of Pan nina mClCn A lady was reproaching bach elor friend for never having married whcQ her Husband a little bored perhaps said gruffly lie ays he could lave cut me out aud married you if he had want ed to l 0Timeindeed she qried Why didnt he do it thenIHo sayshe owed me a grud the haband explained with a chuckle e t IAN POSED I IS WOMAN Paris Reports a Case the Antitli esis of the Famous Raylan Mystery DeII WON ANOTHER MANS LOVE Was Betrothed to Him When Suspicions- of Supposed Girls Sex Were t Aroused and Masquerader Ie 0Killed Himself A case directly antithetical to that of Nicholas de Ifaylan who was found to be a woman at Phenlr 4rlz Is of a young man who posedtas a thntI Paris and actually became Hue cdof a German schoolmaster Time unnatural youth wa of attrac five appearance and evidently of good family A slender waist superb figure fine complexion and luxuriant hair helped to complete the deception He was known In Paris as Mile Alum de Pilrandeda daughter of n count In the consular service at Rio Janeiro The Breslau teacher while visiting friends In Paris became acquainted with Mile Alma anti love at first sight ensued Then came the betrothal and somi months later the bride to be came to Breslau to be Introduced to the pedagogues relative AThat the couple were thoroughly devoted to each otberfivas evident to all and a happy union was predipted Some of the lady friends of the teach er became suspicious on account of 0ALMA UK IMHANDBDA certain actions oJrls betrothed and they finally convinced him that there was something wrong iJospIte time tears of his sweetheart he broke off the engagement and notified the police Time authorities directed that the sup posed conn ten should undergo a mud Ultlued of thin she ended life with poison Thfr remitlib were found to be those of thlrtyflveyearyld stepson of a erlhHloctorff SHOWER OF SILVER COIN Money Really Rains In New York Sky scrnpersNowndajsVery Popular Event j Those who toll by day In the Park Ilov buildluff luNcw York city were treated toa coin shower as they wore olug home on ajccent afternoon Three employees were taking 28 000 of the Intcrborbugh Transit compa ny collection of nickels dimes quarters and half dollars from time Interborough olllcca on the fifth floor Tile coin was In 120 bags PlIed on a truck which had been pushed on to time elevator The extra weight caused the platform 1to fall Time bags of money wero spread over the platform of theelevator Two bpgs containing 300 In quar ters foil outside the lift and broke Into a silver shower There was a rush of frenzied financiers to fhc basement nut the elevator mcjv armedl with brooms anti shovels surrounded the pUP at the ton of the shaft before the luvntlsatnrs could arrive J-I MRRIEDIN A TROLLEY CAR Novel Wedding Ceremony IB Jackson Miss Unites Two Loving Hearts I A novel ceremony was performed in UdlSmithPierce After Securing a marrlage li cense the prospective bridegroom ne gotiated with a magistrate of the city to meet him ata designated corner anti accompany film on a street car ruleCTime accommodating justice did so afid after boarding the car he was In troduced to Miss Smith and informed that they desired to have a marriage ceremony performed then and there This was a llittle out of the ordinary but the justice still accommodating t made his preparations for tying the aTASinxa IN THE CEHTEB OF TQE CAB nuptial knot while the car speeded on ward toward the west end Just be fore reaching the end of the track tIle couple announced that they were ready and standing In the center of the car were soon as tightly tied as If the cere mony had been performed In the biggest and most elaborately decorated church In America TIle other passengers were a little nonpIused but soon caught on and 1 joined heartily in the proceedings by wishing the young couple as merry a ride through iifOns they were enjoy lug on their wedding trip At the end of line time ear started back and- new passengers offered more congratu lations Near the railroad station the couple left the car to catch a train for their home In itankin county 1 GAVE WIFE AWAY AS CHRISTMAS PRESENT But Slmi Didnt Like Mae Husbati Donated Her to and Car Back Ulieroa your Aylfc hIs neighbors iked El Gacrlson at MlllyHle N J- Ob I gao Iher for n present to youug Kclley ChrlSt11RSI 4ii wore l Inlliffcrcntly seen ICcllcj nrotmtI here I began tD Uilnk she Imetl Kclicy better than she Ud uio nltliough we have lived togeth er eighteen ypars and never Lad n linarreU x asked her and she said she thought n great deal of Kellej So t save bier to him for Christmas And I gave thorn all our household goods too hung them all on the annie tree IS you might say for after eighteen years I wanted to make her comforta ble Some neighbors were about 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