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A = r r 1 1 IBL1SflEDI w I INJJ t t SJJ I SERIES VOL XIV N9 5 Tf COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 31 1907 l00i PER YEAR t ItiThFTRllSfl r PRACTICAL ENTIST4 OfIce over Haydon fc Barber Pgitftl work at reasonable prices il3BPk guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY J DtlECTORY fllPltaroMEI county scat o TfjMki rtoa County 52 miles south eMof i exiH ton 59 miles from I MkTllIc oa TBardstown branch ol Ziiyille and Nashville lailroad in Kpdmc aid agricultural district TIe Eiks telegraph and telephone Us express office flourmills lumber A yaTdf Popuition 1100 population of I imtT 15000V fcesentatire liu Congress Hon D JIi1a ithHodfjenvilleKy t Representative in Kentucky Legis f t mreHon W D Claybrooke Re rescmtative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon KY t County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Coart begins on the fourth Mewl la February May sand Octo w IJJ TII arsau Judge fR Ii Durham Commonwealth 4t ifoniey Robt A Noe Clerk I MJG Leachsiafl Master ommlss = t 1 QUARTERIV COURT e Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday la each month t B Ii Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT County Cuiirt meets on the fourth ifonday in each mouth BIlI itseyJudge WFBooker County Clerk i T S Mayes County Attorney 0 George CatlettJailerJ Sidney bourne Sheriff Sam Anderson 1Her1 Deputue Jaues F Moore County Surveyor TP OOBryan Assessor W T Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J 5 JX Montgomery Coroner j1Bush Suptof Common oli P0 Springfield zIt cITY COuRr James R Noe Police Judge Ii f s John Grace Marshal WF Grlgsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jnatice Courts are held in January ApriltJuly aBd October fChUrcbDirectory 0lrETHODIST CHURCH jjeTG W Lyon Pastor Ser yicev onthe First and Third Sundays ln each month at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday School every Sunday at 10 am raierteing every Wednesday aiit I CATHOLICICHURCH T Rev P P Hennessay Pastor Ser fices very Sundayat 8 and 10 oclock t I5i5 V lServiceS I f CHRISTIAN CHURCH f sRevlW T Walden Pastor Servi l v Sunday 1 1 CHURCH JPretcWuc every Snndayat U am and it 7 pm Sunday school every Iumdayat 10 mm Prayer roeeUn WrrThuMd evening at 7 oclock 4t t i BAPTIST CHURCH ap Rev Wm Harrison WJllizirsPast Preachingi every Sunday at 1J din nd 745 pm Sunday School every p und y at 930 am Prayer meeting evry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders =MASONIC LonGzSpriugfleidlOdge- meetsI JTo 50 first and third Mouday d ir cb month jfchingrton R A Chapter No57 icets every econd Tuesday I Sgrinpfield Council 052 meets on Terriottrth Monday KXICKTS Of TilE MACASBES Meet 3UCImO FFOLEYS- iHDNEY AND TAR trigiDalLAX14TIYEcauh IungbrillOteH rtrerjbodj Sold everywhere f TheIII PLLrand TAR is a- P1ceHa r Refuse substitute f T I byJWy7orS leb1RQl OroigDngdt o If f L w r c Tw i NEWS LEViD12RAf t TIlE = rw oi i 0 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON t a atStRosesamehours PRESBYTEItLN remedy wK SHWraSHWro Stf iiiinWiHH VfihNWofi HHI I Ir ROUND OF TALK 1+ I 9 M OOooMMM MM MM I A Winter Romance i A sunbeam loved a snowflake rSJ pure and lily white He smiled at her indaytimeu Andjrined for her atnight a He wanted much to fold tier Close to his fiery heart i He loved her SO he told her partfButshy sweet little snowflake Was wary of the sun Refused his warm advances And hid from him in fun Said tEtr 1je ajmoonbeam Who courts mecyerynight He kisses me with moonshine Arid makes me Silver bright But sun the brilliant sunbeam Adored Miss Snowyheart He towed hed woo and win her And melt her icy heart Right soon the little snowflake Grew tired ofa silver ray She longed for goden brightness That sht mightshine by day Solnch by inch she wavered Till the ardent bright suns djirt Caressed andjwon ber over And wafmM her frozen heart 1 Sel cted fI EWIS The Times of last tlv Saturday sin speaking ofl thep 1it amongtKentucky Republicans says There is a strong sentiment among Repub1icansthrougbou the Stajt for John W Lewis former Congressman from the Fourth district for the nomina tion for Govenor Judge Lewis has always enjoyed the confidence df the boys iin the trench es and is generally recognized as a clean capable man This is only one of many ex expressions favorable to Mr Lewis and the governorship which have come from the press as from politicians ibhropgho t the state The ex pressions of fvor are all the more complimentary in as much as they are entirely voluntary and appear to beth result of the almost univrsal belief among his acquaintances of Mr Lewis entire fitness for ihe position While we do not believe that Mr Lewis is in any sense a candidate for the nomination we know this that the Republi canc of the State could not do a wiser thing than to nominate him We believe that he would be a winner 1iD LACK LIST We noticA P that the physicians of Bardstown have band d together for protection and to aid in the collection of fees for medi cal services and have inaugura ted ablacklist In a published card signed by seven physi cians of the town they announce that in prQtection ot ourselves said in collection of our feed j for medical services have agreed and promised that we will fur nish one another a true and complete istof our deliquent turtheragreerthat we will not answer a call from any person upon the de linquent list This appears to be rather seyere treatment but after all the doctors can hardly iEp blamed for taking severe measures to protect themselyes There is probably no business or profession that is more im posed on at times than the medi cal When the average person gets sick he sends at puce for the doctor and the latter isJo ex pected to come no matter what the weather or the chanc s of his renumeration are Some people are toj prone to forget a favor wh n in good health and the time has passed The doc tors are probably too indulgent to follow the ex ample set by their neigbora but few cJuld blame them if they would Food dont digest Because the stomach lacks some one of the essen tiel digestantsor the digestive juices are not properly balanced Then too it is this Undigestive food that causes sourness and piinrul indlges tioKodol for indigestion should be usca for relief Kodol is a solution of vegetable acids It digests what yotteat and coraects the deficiencies oj die digestion Kodol conforms to theyKatlqrial l Pure Food and Drug law Sold here by The Red Gross Drug- Store The News Leader Louisville Daily Herald and Our Country all for 2 Petition Filedf The petition requesting the county court to call an election in this city to take the sense of the legal voters on the question whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold in Lebanon was filed with Judge John A Burton Mqnday It is the first legal step taken in the local option battle soon to be waged Further than the filing ot the petition no action was taken and the matter was continued until the next term of court when the curt will order the election heldic The petition contains 198 names This is in excess of the number of signers required as it is necessary to have on such a petition only one fourth of the total number of votes casit at the last regular election The original petition was changed and the election to be held will apply to druggists and merchants who handle liquor as well as saloonists The first petition circulated ap plied only to safobnists Enter prise Cnred r of LfillftUll1C It is now eleven years since I had a narrpw escape from con sumption writes C O Floyd a leading busines man of Ker shaw S 0 I hadrun down inl weight to 185 pounds and coughing was constant both by day and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and continued this for about six months When my cough and lung trouble were entirely gone and I was restored to my normal 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed every year Guaranteed at C J Haydons drug Store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free c A Shylock Measure That measure passed at Winj pbester allowing members of thoii Tobacco Growers organization to buy pooled tobacco so long as it may be kepF withm the pool is practically this The moneyed ena of organization be coming holders of the production the poor being at the mercy of this circuit trust which has been a substitute tor the mammoth trust the tobacco tenant s fferI ering while the rich of the or ganization become the beneficiaries In our judgment this measure should be as speedily revoked as jt was passed The word equity finds no harmonious responses where such measures are practiced Mt Sterling Advocate ll They like the taste as if It was maple sugarr is what one mother wrote of Kenne4Ys Laxative Cough Syrup This modern cough syrup is absolutely freo from any opiate or naVcotic Coutains Honey Tar Con forms to the Naatlonal Pure Food and Daug Law Sold by the Red Cross Drugstore The Bardstown Creamery The Nelson County Creamery Company will begin business at Bardstown Monday February 4 The prospects for the success of the enterprise are unus ually bright A large number of people have promised cows and have pledged their patro nage and support to the insti tution The business manage men is in the hands of good careful business men and the business should be profitable to both the stockholders as well as each and every patron The amount of cash money broufiht Into a community by a business of this kind is large and for this reason a locatt creamery should be largely patronfzed wherever possible Standard Do not cough hawk sneeze and snuff any more Breathe flyomeis medicated air and and and get relief and cure Sold by the Red Cross Drug- Store yThe Merchant Who is the home merchant He is the man who helps for the streets on which you walk for- the schools In which your chit dren are and perhapsyou were educated he helps keep up the church in which you worship he is a man who builds a home vhich enhances the value of your property Every subscrip tion paper thatis passed around his name Is on it be is the one who cannot afford to swindle you be carries his share of the burdens of good goverment and stayswith you in sunshine and darkness in adversitv and prosperity But these are but a few of the reasons why your patron age should be given to the he me merchant HOw tta AyoW Pnimdnia We have never heard of a single instance of a cold resulting in pneu1 monia or other lung trouble when Foleys Honey and Tar has 6een taken It not only fops the cough but heajs and strengthens the lungs Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Dr C J Bishop of Agnaw Mich writes- I have used Foleys Honey and Tar n three Very sev ere cases of pneu inohfaiwith good results in every case Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Mule Market According reports sent out this week there has beenadti cided improvement the Suth ern mule market and wnile prices have not materially advanced there seems to be a much better demand in the past two weeks and consequently largel sales are reported all over tnis State From the reports cire ully bought fat mules are pay mg a nice profit Tne blue condition of the market seems to have been lifted The Courier Journal prints the followinE this week Tie price of live stock has advanced greatly this year and has affected mules and horses more than other stock The advance on mules has been 10 a bead over last years urices and the extra quality well fatted mules are bringing almost any price as the market in this city and many other cities is short although a pdorer grade of mules can be had in any number from 100 up Another advance in the price of mules is expected to occur in March or April as the farmers in Indiana Missouri Illinois and Kentucky are short on stock and good mules will be in great demand The rise is expected to be at Jleast 10 per hed if not more Good work horses have increased in price over last year and are in great demand in the East Ohio New York New Jersey Maryland and other states using no mules and good sound work horses are an ever present necessity to the farmers of that section The price of horses has increased 5 to 10 per head and another jump in price is expected this spring Hows M We offer one hundred dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrb Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo Q QWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for tbo last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and ilnan daily able to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Tplcdo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonals sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists wake Halls Family Pills for con tipatlon Both Announces Joseph a Botts the well known lawyer of this city who has been for some time a tenta tive candidate against C O Mc Chord for Demodratic nomina tion for Railroad Commissioner in this district positively de cided to make the race says to days Courier Journal said MrBotts today After a concultation with my friends I have decided to enter the contest for the Demo crrtic norniu ion for Railroad Commissioner and will make the race if it is to be decided by elth a convention or a primary election I do not care to dis cuss the matter further than this at this timeVDauvMeT- ews t I New wyT- udfiyafterndon a mile thi Iside of Salvisa Tindle Dean is young white man and Dot Hatoh met horsettcolbreq on back and the negro proposed a horse trade The boy told him tbat he would takel351to boot and the negro got on the white HeIstruck out at a furious gallopr aingIi aIon being told of what had hap pened the latter telephoned the officers hereto head the negro off Policeman San e was sta tioned on the pike a half mile from towp and captured Hatch ett who had nearly ridden the anima1 to death He offered the officer ten dollars ti fix the matter for him but it was de clined and he was detained and he vas placed in jail Here he told the officers that Garfield Divine had been with him rtrd they were on thcHr way from L scencebu rg and that Garfield had a lot of whisky with him This was good news for the officers had two warrants for Divine for breach of issuer two months ago peaceI had successfully dodged them The police wire again stationed on the pike and when Di viLe hove in sight and saw who they were he attempted flight but Policeman SaUce stopped him by firing a pistol over his bead It is said Garfield was present at the horsetrade and pulled out a roll of bills making the blijff that he would pay the 185 boot tu give the negro fin opportunity to tide off Hachott and Divine were arranged before Judge Hughes yesterday on a charge of horse stealing but the case was continued until Friday Klatchett is said to have come here Casey county and some believe belpngs to an organized band of horse theiyes Harrods burg Hferaid Viis ffJ Cnn clprom ttM Sontb I want to give some valuable advice to these who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Blankehship of Beck Tenn I hive proved to anj absolute certainty that Electric Bitters will postively cure this distressing condition The first bottle grve m4 great relief and after taking aj few more bottles I was coml4elyctired so com pletely that i becomes a pleasure to recommencil that great remedy Sold under ruarantee aJ G J0- Haydonsdi1gstore PricaoOc Kind Dog +IK beautifiill collie dog with gray brown eyes that gleamed with kindness and intelligence captured large gray mole in in thd front jfard of Mrs Mary Bowmans residence on West Main street yesterday afternoon Ins e d Qf shaking the mole to death as other dogs would have done this collie with human understanding and pity hold the strange eyeless creature be tweejp his paws while he looked at it closely and then with a wag of his feathery tail permit ted the harmless mole to bjr = JtlcUuSAYS INOA1UNA IN FOODd In England and France the siteJ IofAlum Baking Povvder is pro hibited by law because of the in iuri useffectsthatfo11ow its use The law in the District of Columbia also prohibits Aluig Sn food Ji MEW Springfield You maY Jive vberere you have no protection agamst Alum L The pnl fOwi5 r 3ay- I 4 PainA 1 4ROVALBAim RDYAYJai from Absolutely pute Cream ofTarlarJa pit Grapi l product Aids digestion adds to the healthfulness of food J roush again intoits home in the cold cold ground It is exceptional to the limit of being the almost unheard of thing for any dog to shop mercy to anyirild bird or beast that it may capture The cliO the blood andj the lust of the flesh is strong within them ahd they dent hesitate to take life whenever they can Why did this dog show such pity for the helpless blind creature whose strange fate it is to grovel iitslife away in m total darkness Was it because his canine nature had been uplifted anda dimple of understanding put into his brain by the teaching ofa lovelyj kind mistress whose example he would ever fa thf illy follow Perhaps so but be that as it may it was a lesson that went home to several passers by who had stop ped to see what the dog had caught Danville Herald IFire at Lebanon A special from Lebanon last Saturday says Fire today at noon Destroyed the tailoring rooms of JaglOwicz Bros on the second floor of the Conway building at Main and Market streets Thestock of goods o- fui Wise Co on the first floor of tho same building ivas also badly damaged by water The offices of Dr E J Dawson and the postoffice which are located in an adjoining building were considerably damaged by theater Almost every piece of mail in the postoffl e was saturated the water covering the floor to a depth of several inches The office was closed for several hours The fire was caused by a small oil stove exploding in the pressing room of the tailoring establishment Tie Ios willamount to several thousand dollars covered by insurance J ooooo oooooooooQooo IFOR8 LADIESS ONLY 8 8 8 8 1 wish to calll the attention t the good 8 women of Washington county to a line of 8 8 88ScisS9fS and Shears 8 I now haye on sale The specifications for these goods whoQQ knows what they should bes The Clauss Scissor arid Shear Co of Fremont Ohio made them This factory Q 8 stands without a peerin the Scissors line I have Em Q broidery Nickel Plated O ordized Scissors and Spears Q- Q All lengths and sizes Left hand Shears I sell the above under aQ Q i POSITIVE GUARANTEE Q 8 8IT 8purchai 88- Q Q 8f John Litrbero6 Successor to Haydon Barber 0 Q cK OOOC i H Ni t tI i ir giIif i iIO WW fj w M MMMf rInaccurate The inaccuracy of many of the special dispatches to the city dailies was well ijlnsirated by following which appeared in Saturaays rimes and also in Sundays Courier Journal The dispatch reads H M Moss buyer for the American Tobacco Company In this county who has bean buying considerable tobacco in Washington county has received several anonymocs letters threateningfiislife unless he quits buying tobacco for the trust He claims that one of the eiHarrodsburgei is the first threat against trust repotted in this community Mr Moss will cease buying to bacco for the present The item is badly off in two respects In the ffrst place Mr Mbss is not the buyer for the American Tobacco Co fn Mercer county but rather in Washington county and then again Mr Moss has not ceased to buy tobacco but isbuying all that is offered provided be can agree with the seller as to the price Residence Burned The residence of Mrs OBryan in the Mclntire neighborhood southwest of Springfield was totallydestroyed byfire on last Wednesday evening The house was occupied by Mrs OBryan and her son John OBryan and his family The house was one of the oldest as wellI as the most substantial residences in the neighborhood and the loss will be heavy on tha owner as there was no insurance on the buUa ing The fire originated from a defective flue and had pained such headway when it was dis covered that it could not be checked Mr OBryan succeeded in saving some of his furniture from the lowerstory of the house as the fire started in the second story Death of MissMary CoulterC- OMMUNICATED v It is with sadness that I pen these Sew lines in memory of my school mate Miss Mary Coulter who died at her home near Tatham Springs Monday Jan 21 She was a patient suf feier of consumption the had been in bad health for about four months and lingered along getting weaker and weaker up trlTlast Monday morning at9 oclock the death angel took her away She was 15 years of age and was a member of the Baptist church She wa s a kind friend and a true school l mat Besides her father and mother she leaves two brothers and three sisters and a nusabsr of other relativtt aid friends to awn her death Her funerl h IuunuluutyitI I i J Jf 4 lEAR ib 4 J i OTIWRWISIYr services were conducted by Rev Sims after which her body was laid to rest iin the Willisburg cemetery to await the ressurrec tion morning iLlA Schiqol bMiite Big Job Bob Marks is finishing this week one of the biggesttjobs of electric wiring ver undertaken in this vicinity He has been putting in fcr the new St Catherine building a fireproof electric conduit system and has been working on the job for several weeks The immerise building has been farni bed j with 14000 feet of wire and provisions made for 700 incant dessent lights The Harry L Wcod Co of Eouisville is the contractor and Bob Marks asvj sisted by Jim Sbultz his dor e the work St CalherinB will have its own independent eleo tric lighting plantand it will be a good one Attempted SuicideI News of a desperate attempts at suicide was brought to thh place Monday from Woodlawn in Nelson county Mr Cad Crume a well to farmer about fifty years of age on Sunday last made a desperate attempt at taking his own life at his home near the little town of WoxHawn A razor was the imstrument with which the desperate man vat tempted to end his life and he made a frightful wound across his throat partially soveriBgrtha wind pipe and making R dangerous wound Physicians W recalled iand say that the wounded man bass chauce for bisiltfe t What caused the attempt on theJ41part of Mr Grume is a mystery to his friends and family He i a is married man with several children and is a brother of Dr Sam Grume of this county tIDf Ernest Grume of Fredtricka town was called to attend him and thinks he lisa a chance to recover WANTED Bj a prominent monthly magazin with large + high class circulation local rep resentative look after renew als and increase subecriptioE list in Springfield and vicinity oo ra j salary basis with a continuing interest from year Pjetr ia the business created Experi B e desirable hut noi MMHtlftl f Good oppovtanlty for the right p3rson AddiiPSblIbt boX 1 J t 57 Station Ov Nsw York when tKe7coMwi 4 dry ai crack tW skin a box of Mlfe c l J says much c1icafof I Wrhlc alyf look for tbae a tk box to avoid aoo noltatlo be sure you tt the origInal WIMs WIkll Eaiw4 alye Sold by tIM Ri CrosJk t Store MDTAIUVSS IlN IFJI Fail r Tilt NEWSLEADER- TCXlkuCED EVE THURSDAY fMIj AYEA IN ADVANCE v SFRINGFIELDKY JI t J f DAVISONJr h Locator b tness notices 10 cents pel- jushsubsequentlnaertion Calls on candidates and political matte JTobwork Is done at low rates but cash rbjajdl on delivery oJ gccds Anrertlsing contracts made on liberal eriBf t Obituaries and resolutions of respect entsjperline UmOUNaD1f1S i CoiTaty Magistrates r 1250 b Istrlot Offices J ir THDrisDAY JAN 31 1906 f The trial of Harry K Thaw for the murder of Sanford white Js occupying the attention of tiNw Yorkers just at present The court has been in session all week and has not yet completed the jury If the present rate of progress is maintained we- j I j may expect a verdict next Isummer The members from the farming districts outvoted those from the thIfseeds went through with a 7V The high water in the Ohio 4 so rver valley is receding and the river is once more in itsr banks pGeat damage is reported aill long A fund of 2iOOO bas Heen raised in Louisville for flood sufferers Eighty men were entombed by an exploison In a mine near 4 Charlestdwn West Va There iis small chances of rescuing any ofthemalive I The Riht Niue- Mr August Sfferpe the pop ular overseer cf the poor at Fort Madison la says Dr Kings ftew Life Pills are rightlyj named tney act more agreeably 01do more good and make one feel better than any other laxative Guranteed to cure biliousness and constipation 125c at C J Haydpns drug stoie Forest View i Mrs Joe Smith of Marion county and Mrs Arthur Carrico her daughter of Shelby county i are the guests of MrJo Carrico I of this place t V k Alex Hamilton a son pf Pal g Hamilton who left here for Finch ville Shelbycounty writes ius that he landed all right and iis well pleased with that part of 6 the State v Fletcher Carrico is visiting lady friends in Louisville att 11 present At 10 oclock service atSt Rose last Sunday there were three publications Mr Skit1 trfMudd and Mrs Carry Ryan third1 and last publication Mr Arthur Mattingly and Miss Lithe O borne first publication Miss SLillieis a beautiful and accom plisbed young lady and is well j known in the ctpregation for her delightful singing Mr V Baker Spaulding and Miss Rosa 8 J Mattingly Miss Rosa is a daughter of Barney Mat tingl3 and is 15 years old while Mr Spalding is 18 years old Secondj i jjublicadou Mr Bud Mattinglv and wife 41 i who have been separated foi r five or six years both obtaining adiyorce went to St Rose anj wereremarried last week we arc- J Ttold and are living very happy aTtheir HillTop home near here An infant child of Ed Hamilt ton was buried at St Rose or ijjSTuesday last 9We were terribly shocked or last Wednesday when Mrs Moliie Orkeise and Mi s K t i Medley entered our place and told us thdt Aunt Emily SOBryans house was on fire Ai- ii soon as we could makgjt cpr y nent to go we went but thE i Loose was consumed when w e got there It was a valuablep hoe and a total loss ifc1be e l 4R119insurance Aunt Emil occupied part of the iijpctor f and t as visiting hr daughter a JIt the tim Msd lostfeverythqg 4 20 wnich was put a vay oinca V 5 in tuver has been recovered but is in a delapidated condiiior ibut win passt Johnnys familj lived below and saved the mos r of their things Their lard beipf upstairs was lost and almost allI their clothing Great symp is felt fiv al1the neighbors I communityyft Idagbter Mrs Rich emiths- fyri4 ever since the fire i Trtie News Leader Louisvlil 1Dity Herald and Ouiouhtry all I2 1S I 5W5r ii4ttiI ittst7- NOTHER I it a d I CARLOAD OFI POULTRYI A L J Wanted By Noon ft t FRIDThYFEBRUThRY 1ST 1 il I c sc fb vV M 11 1I will ship another carload of Poultry oh Friday and will pay the following prices for Poultry until aoori of that day t rl f HENS 9 Cents ys IYOUNG HOOSTERS i4OLD RQOSTER8 3 Cents i 9 TURKEYS iyr 9 Gents ft V Mr H JONES The Poultrym- antttIffcfcfcfcfcfctetefc ttjrtfardcs3 Schoolhouse 4 The deep snow that fell last Friday makesiraveling and news scarce in this vicinity Mr Roy Wall of Pleasant Grove spent Saturday night and Sunday with Rufus Gobdlett Messsr Robert and Edgar Gray 1 ere the guests of Mr and Mrs L B Sutherland of Ohap lin Saturda and Sunday Mr Earnest Goaley of Val ley Hill visited friends here Saturday niglfl and Sunday Mr Patrick Babb the local bridge builder and M r s America Bellt Corn drove to Springfield Saturday afternoon and were quietly married by Rev WilliamsSMessrs Clyde Goatley and Hubert Virgin were visitors at Pine Grove Sunday afternoon MivM V Sutherland spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J R Gray We all see the point in Uno calling particular attention to the place near Bays scales We all know that he is quite a frequent traveler of that road and I dont think he should com mnt on that pa ticulnr point as there are either places just as bad but as a certain j oung ladv of that section hat entered school atLexington perhaps the overseer will have the road re pairFd before be will have to travel the road again OnjokerM- otherswho Riye their ChiMfen Kennedy Laxative Cough Svrup nvariably indorse it Children like it because the taste ia so pleasant Contains Honey and Tar It is the igonbl Lakative Coand is uQrivi led for the relief of crcup Drives the cold out through the bowels Conforms to the National Pare Food and Drug Jaw Sold by the Red CrossDrugStorcS MOORjiSVJILLE Owen Ellis sold a 3yearold gelding toH IL Eddlemn for ioo We had a severe snow storm last Friday D L Humphry has removed to Mr Farris place Mr Bruner Carney has moved tp the farm he recently purchase ofJ I RoyaltyIMiss JennieViqlet of Louise vUleJs spending a week with her sister Mrs N H Payne at Booker Ky Mrs Annie Buckman destres to thank those who assisted during tile sickness and death of her beloved hubsand William Bucknaanr Mr Robert Buckman Mrs Bettie enkins Mrs Cutsinger of Louisville Mrs Effie McGill and Mrs Ben Arnold of Bards town attended the funeral of his son and their brother William Buckman wjho died Jan 22 of a complication of diseases He was interred at Frederickstown Jon 24 after reqtfem mass by Rev Peters MayI he rest iin peace is the pravep Vf your sprTheSSnow fell last Friday to tlje depth of eieht inches John DodsonJias removed to the farm of Miss Jessie Settle The AS ofE held their meeting last Friday night All of the members of the New Hope Baptist church are requested ts meet at the church Saturday Feb 2d as important business must be transacted Owen Ellis and Dave Hays we coyer to Woodlawn Satur day sdikl AnDOflGcement Re arflins tlie Wonai Pore Food anOMlaw We ore pleased to announce that Poleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is iipt affect ed by the National Pure Food and Crug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs andwe recom mend it as a safe remedy for children and adults For sale by the Red Cr 8srugStorc Scru svIIc Since the pure white crystals of snow have spread their beau tiful mantle out over Old Moth er Earth some of our citzens had to get busy in the way of prepairir more fuel for the tire side and to shelter and provide more liberally for their sock Rev Whitehouse will preach at Wiilisburg Sunday morning and night Mr Tylor Lewis bought some c6m of James Cut ioger at 2 ofIj F Reynolds of John Foster the same and LI H Hurdle delivered 6 Johnson at Pull am IQtO QaOOooa oooO IQIIQI OOQt8 0e0 Nursing baby 0 0tat Its a heavy strain on mother 00 0 0JSome form nourishment that will 0 v- dO 0l be easily taken up by mothers system 0- r o it eededJ 0 0 jLR 0 0bSCOi2J Emulsion contains the 0yO greatest possible amount of nourish 0 ment in easily digested form 0 Mother and baby are wonderfully 8helped by its use c- ALL 0 0DRUGGISTS SOc AND OM OtQe A t Meat Mrkot Having bought out the stand nnd fixtures of P T Oox I pur pose to run at the same stand iit first class meat market and willl endeavor to keep the trade sup plied with all kinds of Green i and Salted Meats Pish and Oysters in season respectfully ask a share of tbe public patronage Ir Will Sell Strictly for Cash L T BROWN Shop near the Post Office one stack of hay for 11 R S- Hardin sold Tom IJaker of Hills boro otiH load of hay and H T Scruggs delivGfed three loads tc J W Shirley ofWillisburg and one to Joe Moore at 00 cts pet cwt so you see our citizens have not not been idle even thouglih the wzttheris zero Another sale I have failed to chronicle iis Oscar Scott sold to Ban Crouch of Pulliam some corn From this you can readily see that have enough for homcusemid some to spare Mr George Scruggs and Luther Jenkins of Modfesville Ind were gusts of MrW R Scotts family last Fridny night Mr John Hardln whom we reportedvery ill last week are glad to arincunce this time as being able to be up again Mr Tyler Lewis has moved or the farm of Derlin Wells and Mr JasKays who has livclor the fatmof Squire Hendron foi the past year will locate neai Polin1 1rMrs Maitie Baker Jias beer very sick for several days Mr and Mrs JL J Crouch are visitlncr relotives near Cor nishville thisweokSMrs George Hood of Brush Grove iis visiting her daughter this week Charlie Duncan spent last Tuesday niJhtwilh his aunt M rs Mattie JIson Miss Billy Hard in visited her sister Mrs FJossie Coulter at tlilsboro last week Mrs Mary Nicholson and sister Miss Annie Bishop spent Friday with their cousin in Springfield Mrs Pearl Yancey and children have been theguests of her father Mrs L IL Hardin for the past two weeks She will so n leave for Taylorsviile where Mr Yancey has located for the present year Little Miss Irene Ethington celebrated her 7h birthday Saturday She recaiyed a hand srme gold watch from her father as a birthdad gift Mistletoe THE HOMELY MAN fyere la a Difference Between Him Here and In England The different use of the same Mrords in England and America- snid the returned tourist is some ttimes amusing sometimes bewilder ing and occasionally as I have foihid it embarrassing During my Efcjpnrnj in the British isles I found iftyself one evening in the quaint old town of Wanviclc and very much In need of a square meal Not be stepJinquiriesrheVcilX hsnid if you want ho tel fare go up to the Arms bubif youre llooking for a place where a homely man can get his shillings worth go right across the street in dicating little restaurant sly good looks are not my strongest point but I dont know tIt I ever had tljeir absence soI forcibly brought home to meat leut by a stranger I must have reg1lr led my informant with some interest Thank 011 saul and snppociiig I were a beauty where would I go The English arent overquick to see a point and ittook him at least smilejrlteOnlE1Inl a laugh Blew you he said 1 wasnt referring to your face but to your taflles I fancied you were a man who wanted plain food and plenty ofit Homely here means home loving substantial folks SOwe arrived at a satisfactory uudcnsUnding and later I am glad to My I hid a patisfact ry meal But on thinking it over afterward it imjwwued itlelf upon me that my friend the chemist hadnt ex plicitly denied Jthe construction that I hftrttily put upon his adjective New York Prose Toronto A lit Clint For Root Roni- As the roadIs In the vklnlty of Toron to awe seki to be among the worst In the Dominion of Canada the Toronto AiitomoMIu club hns started a move ment to have fheui Improved says the Motor Xowa The club nccordlnply bus sk4Mleil to offer nt least to nmnlcv limlltles for n road huprovlug coiupetl tH n There will be throe prizes 500 2KJ and 100 respectively which will bo paid to the municipalities which show the piece of roadway one mile kMi on which the greatest improve nient has been made by July 1 Points governing Hie n1s will be proper drainage serviceable wtylth etllclency of crown liHrdtiajss smoothness and perniaiieiKy of construction No first prlw tilL be awarded un less there arc five eutrlus no second prize uiijess there are eight entries and no third prize unltjss there are ten entries No prizes Will be awarded un less the work Is finished to a standard approved by A W Campbell commlg Bloner of hlshwajS for the province of Ontario one representative from the York efiunty council and one repreient atlve of the Toronto Automobile dub SusrtrcHllou For ouirticsL- fl hag been xusgusted that the counties In tlch state iuvviugan Inhcriiaifce hex law devote tbe receipt rppchipdl from source to the construction of ii national highway CrriG Ration certainly smshed a hole in the barrooms of Kansas but Ballards Sore hound Syrup has smashed all records as a cure for coughs Bronhitis and Influenza and all Pul nonary diseases T C HjHorton Kansas writes I haychverfound a nidIcine that would cure a cough quickly as Ballards Horehound Syrup I haye iised it fot years Sold by the Red Cross Drugstore a J THE HONEST APOLOGY Never Be Ashamed to Say That Yog Are Sorry Donft be afraidor ashamed to say that you are sorry It may be hard but remember that it takes two to makea quarrel and tlib chances are that you were as much in the wrong as the other person Of course it would be better not to quarrel in the first plhce but after all we are only human tand sometimes our temper gets the best ofus But the false pride that keeps us from acknowledging ourselves in the wrong is even more deplorable than the unruly tongue that gets placeIto much in the first place can grow into a perfect mountain of trouble through brooding Dont wait for the other person tto pressrcgret Come right out llike a man or woman and say Im sorry for my share of the offense Let us forgive and forget Never part from any one with hard feelings between you Eemembcr that many go forth in the morning who never comeback at night Dont run the risk of having to go through life with an agony of remorse in your heart And remember also that every quarrel leaves a scar If you would prevent those scars from being ugly wounds do not hesitate to do your share of making up Sweethearts will quarrelover needless trifles as much for the pleasure of reconciliation aa anything else but it is a foolish pas time and gets them into the habit of disputeSIf you are a wife never let your husband go away in the morning with an un forgiven quarrel between you It will rankle in your heart all day and nothing will eeera right or sweet It is twice as easy to express sorrow immediately1after te quarrelas it will be if you wait a day It is usually a sulky person who finds it hardest to etpress ontri tion The quick tempered person is as ready to make up as he was to take offense but the sulky person even though he may feel desperate ly sorry cannot bring himself to say so and the result is that he goes through a great deal of unnecessary suffering Dont be the kind that wont knowledge the blame Say you are sorry and say it sincerely There is no Disgrace in an honest avowal of having been in the wrong St Louis Republic Worthy of Respect I found my waiter the waiter who serves me my luncheon at a downtown restaurantin there with his best girl dining said tIre exchange broker as he came back to his table at the hotel Iwish you could have seen him He was magnificent Did you speak to him asked his companion Well I should say so the brok r declared He makes a lotjhore money trIal I do New York Press AlitheWarl i3a itage and Ballards Snow Linlra ent plays a most prominent part ItI has no superior for rheumatism stiff joints cuts sprains and all In1 Buy It try it and you will always use t Anybody who has used Ballard Sjiow Liniment is a living proof ot what It does Buja trial bottle 2Sc SQC and 8100 Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store 341sc1c4 4 tB D LAKE J- tt Real Estate and lilsurauce IIfarms and Town Property 1 Bought and Sold tRepresent the best companies in- v Fire and Life Insurance f tPhone 75 SPRINGFIELD KY5 44 4W csccs- II ENGINESREPAIREIIJIt I If your Gasoline or Steam Engine i wont run send for me J make them go Can also reflue Boilers and repair I all kinds ofmachinery Terms CASH f when work is completed I Il NGt11 MARK IIW ithMark Green SPRINGFIELD KY From UaSc Shelby t J C W BtckkMr KENTUCky ALtoF GOVERNORS w wSTheir Pktitm Havt Ever FR EnF1rKTI 15 1 POIiIsd FREE The Evening Post hu for several years endeavored tb secure pktute all xnt1lCky Governors and has at last succeeded in securing them through thCIS1sUCrGI the Kea tucky State Historical Society J In order to place these pictures ria permanent form they have eeran fle4 a group in an Rpt Atlas showing Kentucky with the latest yfeMTM of all the presidents of the United States Rulers and Flagsof all aaUoas steaairtiy rwrtes statistical data history of the RossoJapan War also late maps of the Uaited StatlaBama Canal Eastern and Western Hemisphere reports of the last three aatieaal CCMM and much other historical information This BBlqee sad rateable Attas U FREB te ALL 1VEJWW PST1USUSRSSIf not now a subscriber send Sjco fora full years subscription by man or Zelle forsic months subscription Understand that these rates are by mail oaly and that the sb scripUon price by carrier or agent is cents per week The Evening Post publishes six or more editions dally and the test edition Is seat to each reader according to the time that it will reach them The Evening Post Is first in everything and has the most State news sad best market reports For all the people and against the grafter Independent always a For the HomeS 4 iD1t nig nitLOUiVflLEKYi 4 4 to t Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with flits Papr The K wsL ader one year The Evening Post orfe year and the WallI Atlas ALL FOR S35O d Address E L DAVISON Jr Sprinffield Ky I BAD ROAD IN ILLINOIS ro Better Them State Will Make Vac kof Ita ConVlcta Convicts of Illinois arc assisting In the construction of hard roads by run lilnp stone crushers that have recently been Installed at both tho Jollet and Chester penitentiaries says a Bloom inRton special to the New fork Even lug World At the former the output te about 400 cubic yards per day filling eleven of the largest cars It Is plan ned to increase the output shortly toI twenty cars per day Any county or township that will un dertake to build hard roads will be given nil they want of this crushed rock free the only expense being that of the freight from the penitentiary to the destination Illinois issaid to posses more miles of poor highway than any other state in the west The state highway commission has npw taken up the question of con structing Sample stretches of roads In various counties of the state The first plan Is to thoroughly tile the road so as to drain off all water The dirt la then brought to n cone in the center and thoroughly rolled Three layers of crushed stone of varying siZeI follow each being rolled In turn The onT Is then declared ennipltt- IhelsaRO Hays Kliiej Trertle aid Meier Sispectt itJ How To Flnddmt Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours i M asedimentorset I1tlingindieatesan I4sSll 4mi unhealthy con aill i4ti1r Yr ditionof the kid WA UVT1 Vneys if itstains Jiipz j your linen it is evidence of kid LfttlM ZL44 ney trouble too t uct iiic frequent desire rC3I4I4JLV to pass it or pain intbebackisi- lso convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are outof order WhatToDoSThere is comfort in the knowledge soften expressed that Dr Kilmers vampRoot the great kidney remedy ulfills every jtrish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder nnll every part Of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water tad scalding pain in passing it or bad fleets following use of liquor wine orj beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne essity of being compelled to go often luring the day and to get up many mica during the night The mild and he extraordinary effect of 5w4BfRt is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most disJ ressing cases If you need a medicine oU should have the best Sold by drng dsts in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that telisraIl- tboutitbothsentfree tJT yrasil 1 AddresaDr aimer Co Bing zaintoit N Y When IISSL- criting I mention this paper and doat make any mistake but Remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot aad- the address Binghamton N Y Harness Repairing INeatly and promptly Idone by an experienced workman Charges Reasonable Geo B5Taylor Vmmmluf eftke Pa M Even the heroine who by waving W red petticoat saved the fast expre from destruction has had to give upAher pass says the Chicago ecord Herr aid Thus do the slmef the unjuttt j tall upon the just j T A B na4 ef Mil Jekaes Itr Car Bill lleaJtieA Vweei4fbeatsktoflnd A little child could drive It It Wu HVC by one and all Until one day Bill fed thi thtac ei alurj ed alcohoL 4 NOw BoraethlaK la that alcehfll WM e iof whack I CUM For when Bill srutfHt the atecrtec wheeC with loverllke careM And gently puUed the low weed on That auto gave a snort And tell to making clrcto MM A JUa Ia fested sport The crowd looked en la wM aLa4tloudly hollered Wheal Aa down theotreet like forrr e ta MM tbegantogdSAnd 1allInstead of aouadtoc Beak heak bkrlthe thIns weat Hie like Wei that ItWMIdanclncAnd waltzing jrayly down Ute street ent its twa hiad wheel iaSiad when rood Deacen PeMer cee 4l ally smelted Ita Wtftth Re went home drunk with wfceeya f JeM and beat hJa wife Is dah The auto threw Ita Mvt eet a d ierr- oriaed th tewm leaned on forty tem peMi til 1one of them fell hWJI UatU at last with awful le K lai id ftr a swoon Its frost wheela thtewdi the wtainr ef the tcaMed Cat aeJeea v Bill sadly shut the ewer e a4 kwytaeVV the wreck away fWe tot It cobbld 1aJ9at JiMt 1Mit1l Ssince that Jay 1Hes stuck to eeeaaM sSa cuss worm thai ael1 He Hews hes ha4 oaOketMt a tudike1ieJ J DNlWBT I RKIDNT DENTIST t TEETH EXTRACTED f llTHOUT PAIN t f f Omcm HagMi Block up aUlw SPRINGFIELD OCY A11 ttenfal Work Strictly Fintclass i DRJ CMUDD iljiiciii Iud Surgeon r Office hours8 to 9 am I 1 tp 2pm- Oicesfi over Haydons Drugstore yifff 1 H Lampton M D Office in Opera House 0 Office Phone o Residence o SB fl Jy VFj GRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 QAlce ov reoples Bank aSPRINGFIELD KY briBR0BARDS M W FYAT- TRoBARDSflYATTi v Physicians Iud Surgeons V Office over C W Hagatis gro eery opposite Presbyterian churcb jh W W RayVfr t WYJKIAK AND SURGEON Office vover Haydon Robert V IOn s Drug Store t v IfcBhbnes Office 1S5 IResidence 172 r JOdlNY MAYES t FUNERAL uiiltCTOR AD LICEISED EMBALMER TELEPHONE pAYl1S N1QHJT74 KYSPRINGFIELU t Rairoad Schedule C Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown And Springfield branch railroad No413leayes Louisville at 410 pIQ Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfaeld 645 pm o42Leaves Springfield at i30 m Bardstown 617 a m 0Bdsown Junction 705 am 0irrive at Louisville 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at 7O am Bardstown Junction 0am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at gpyingfield 1240 pm- No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 gsgi Brd town 230 pm ard town Junotion 435 pm arrives fit Louisvillet 545pm aNox90 Sundays onlyLeaves Sprintieldat715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction JB45am arrives at Louisville V835am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6pm Bardstown V Junction 650 pm Bardstown 758pm arrives at Springfield S 825pra Ti TobaccO ShIPpers 110We wish to state to our friends tbfbughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect ed directly or indirectly with hany other warehouse or ware toouse Com pany We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse GomMission Business and res s pe tlully solicit your patronage OA BRIDGES Co Proprietors Picket Tobacco Warehouse It Lomville Ky 408 mo FRESH BREAD j ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Daily 41 I Always good always fresh tiWe have a Biker who Is an ar tist at ttaking gdodthings v Six Laves tf1 Bread for 25c p V HcrtHens Confectionery u FJ THE fEXAS WONDER t Gtre all Kidney Bladder andIf iiliwiHiatic troubles scld byr all druggists or twq months i triMitaiMit by mail fCr 1 Dr it jt L W Hall 2926 Olive street Bt Lottis Send for Kentucky sMimoiali r f Insurance I i reithi Farmers Home iaisiee Company of Junction 1I f DMjfc JCy ue only company iin ths Btait tbat make any clam Of pjrii ug itl1loses in full c r w OO i TOWN i w ii 711Local Happenings oT 0Thc Freshest and Latest I AllAboutYourself Friends 1 rind Acquaintances ccwcccwk0FoR SALEA sow and ft j shoats Dr John Debo rl j Renew your subscription for 1907 and get a good ifcagazine free John H Moore sold three goodi Jersey milk cows to C L Brady for 150 IFOR SALE Seven 80pound shoats J Smith RrF D No 5 Springfield Ky WANTED Wanted 0to buy a good milk cows Jersey perfered Inquire ait this office FOR RENTAgood dwelling and a blacksmith shop and tools at Simms Ky Brown Bros FOR Rrwo rooms second floor of Peoples Bank building Heat light and water furnished Prof George W Colin and wifeare rejoicing over the ar rival of a son born Monday night Mr Frank W Simms returned last week from a trip to Atlanta where he sold 32 mules at 10250 a head t MrJoseph S Claybrcokeand wife have moved into the north half of Mr C R McElroys residence v 1 There will be servjces at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 7 FOR SALEA sow arid seven pigs Also twelve swats that will weigh about 125 pounds E F jSonelly WANTED A colored farm hand married man preferred TJ MILLER Willisbirg Ky Mr EH Babb and Mrs AmericaB Corn were married by Rev W H Williams on last Saturday They are from the MtJSion neighborhood OFFICE HOURS Dr J 0 Mudd announces the following office hours 8 to 9 am apd 1 to 2 pm He can alwaysbe found at his office during those hours If you have trunks household goods or other articles to be transferee you will save time money and worry by calling on the Springfield Transfer Co Depot phone 22 0J Lr ALLEN Prop McElroy Wharton the real estate dealers sold fdr W S Gibbs his farm at Willisburg to Mr John Colvinj ot Anderson l county for 18000 JThe farm contains 360 acres and iscon sjdered one of the best farms in the couilty We call the attention of our readers this week to the adver1 tis mentin this issue ot the sale of livei stock of JC and Joe Phillips in Marion county on Tuesday February 5 at their farm two and a half mites west of Lebanon Some choice live stock is offered 0Fdr a limited time we ull make the following offer We will send the NewsLeader and the Louisville Daily Herald and that popular magazine Our Country all for one year for Two Dollars This applies to renewals and to pew subscribers aswell 4n alarm of fire en last Sun day afternoon was caused by 1a small blaze in the house of Toney Berry on Wall street The fire originated from a defective flue and burned a small hole in the roof The fire department responded and the blaze was soon extinguished with small damage i Mr Chas Bohon sold last SaWday to Ben F and John F Simms Springfield a carload of mules numbering 26 head at 158 each Mr Bohon prer ioisale was ef fected The Messrs Simms shipped them to At1antaLel anon Enterprise Herman Shmfnk the well known baker discovered the champion egg freak while at work making cakes at Hertleins bakery the o tday Herman broke afresti egg that con tamed besides the usual yolk a J TOPICS II- cwsmall soft hell egg about one third the size of au ordinary egg and having a perfect egg shape Herman saysthat hehas broken thousands of eggs during his life but that this if the first time he has seen anything like an gyJim Shultz was frightened out Lof twoyears growthand narrow ly escaped being made a target ofby a reckless pistol artIston last Saturday night Jim was walking out Wfiftiujj street to wards his home and was taking the middle of the road Two men in a buggy drove up behind him and yelled for him to get out of the road As the buggy passed one of tne occupants pointed a pistol out and fired the shot passing uncomfortably near Jims head The idenity of the occupants of the buggy isJ suspected and the reckless gen tlemanshould be given test of the law 0tt The Board of Supervisors of taxes js in session again at theIe Courthouse hearing protests from those taxpayers who hav been notified of a rais in theirb assessment It is understood that the total increase in theIJ valuation of the board over the figures given in by the assessor will be about 5100000 The total property valuation of the county as given In by theassess- or this year is 3745905 against 3487315 last year The official figures cannot be made jiip forT this years assessment until the final adjustments are made which will be done after the taxpayers who have been raised have been notified ISalesS M Campbell reports RaMcElroys sale last Thursday as being one of the largest personal property sales he ever made in J the 16 years of service in that lire A very large crowd and everything sold quickly udy high Milk cows from 60 to 90 per head Jacks as high as 511 for 2year olds Sheep as high as 910 per head Also reports county court day as being an average court day i Horses ranging in price from t 38 tol35 per bead Sold one pair wbrk mules for Mayes Smith for 39one blemished mule for 97 also sold one pair pne8year t mule 8127 No cattle on the marketflA Nide Affair One of the nicest social func tionsof the season was the euchre given by the young men of the town at The Walton on last Thursday evening Seven tables tat which were seated fourteen couples made up the game in the parlors of the hotel The contest for Ihe ladies prize resulted in a tie between Misses Bertha Haydon and Myrtle Price whichl was awarded to the for mer in thejdraw The prize was a beautiful silver syrup stand Mr John F Simms won the gen tlemens prize asiIk muffler while the consolation a pearl letter opener was awarded to Miss Elise Durrett After tbe awarding of prizes YRS made the company descended to the dining room ot the hotel where where a sumptuous four course lunch was served in Mine Host Moss attractive style Among those present were the following Misses Rosa Mackjn Althaire Medley Willa Knott Flora Mudd Katie Cain Sarah Sitnms Anna J SimmpfMyrtie Price Bertha Haydon Elise Durrett Eddie Shader Robbie Simms Jennie McCabe Mr and Mr- stw T Leach m an and Messrs John F Simms C W Hagan Harry Reed Joe Clements Ruei E Foster WH McCarty John Kelley Richard Kelly George Robenson Evan Hagan Will Robertson WiirGreenJamesC Clements and N G Marks Mr Ira E Yelton Cashier Farmers Bauk Clintonville Ky says I am personally acquainted with persons who have cured their hogs of cholera With yonr Bourbon HogColera Rem edy and whole testimonials appear in your tioolclet and can say they are Ibe very best people in this commun ity Sold and guaranteed by 0 J Haydon Springfield Ky louse For Sale C A nice four room cottage on East Main Street All modern improvements For particulars inqure of Luther A Burns OGOOoo 000000 ALL MILLINERY Must go now at your own price Come in and take your your choice or the few eftQ Neei MISS KNOTT 88ooooo8 88 V OOGOReceiving The Washington Connty To bacco Growers Warehouse Co which is to take care of the pooled tobacco of the American Society of Equity has been in full operation receivipg tobacco at Mr John Y Maves barn this week As this barn will be filled by the end of the week it is ar ranged to begin next week to receive at the barn on Mrs Durretts place on the Mackville road Although a great many members cf thepool have made arrangements fcto take care of1 crops at home a large amount of tobACCO has been re ceived and engagements have been made for two or three weeks ahead and dates asigned o the various farmers The to acco received is being graded and the owners given receipts for it andare also being advan ced five cents a pound in cash on their crops PERSONAL 11LMr Price was in Leba on Saturday Mr Dave Logan of Danyille was here Monday Mr Richard Kelly wasin lardstown Sunday Rev WH Williams was in r Lebanon visiting iriends Miss Sadie Maves is visiting Mrs T D Wells in Lebanon Mr H B McElroy was in LouisvIlle a few days last week Mr Irvine Wimsatt spent Monday and Tuesday in Louis rille Messrs Logan Bosley and Bob Bland of Lebanon were in town Tuesday Miss Willa Knott was in Louisville Monday and Tuesdayon Business Miss Elizabeth Stewart of LouisvIlle is visiting Mrs F M Martin Mr Wathen Sjmms has re turned to Corbin after a few days at home Mr Joe Price of Owensboro is visiting his brother U L Price this week V Mr Will Ru Curry of Louisville was hdon business lues day and Wednesday r I Misses Myrtle Bessie and Pearl Campbell are visiting friends in Louisville Miss Hallie Huston of Maud is spending this WeeK with Mr and Mrs Hugh Stiles Mrs John W Botts of Owen ton iisVisiting her parents Mr and Mrs S R Gray Mrs St B Thompson has re turne home after a visit to her daughter Mrs T C Campbell Misses Jennie McCabe and Myrtle Price are guests of Mrs Williard Thompson near town Mrs Finley Scruggs spent tne latter part of last week visi ting friends in Louisville Mr Will P Hays of Bloom field wan among the county court day crowd here on Monday Messrs Woodson Moss and Evan Bagan wentto Louisville last week to see Maxine Elliott Mr R Y McElroy of Leba non was in town yesterday vis iting his sister Mrs I H Thur man Mr T J Nally of Nelson county was shaking bands with old friends here the first of the week Miss Mayme Baugherty has returned to her home in Bards townafter a visit to Mrs W W Ray Mr Leon Allen left for Lou isvillljftsti week where he will attend the Louisville Training School Mrk Alice Miller and son Grover of New Hope visited at the home of Dr and Mrs Trusty last week Mrs H S Towler and little daughter Lillian have returned home after a VIsit to friends in Lebanon Mrs Georgia Moss Was return ed from Sullivan IuIl where she visited her daughter two months Mrs Walter E Leachmanre turned from Louisville Tuesday where she has been visiting rala tiv cs Several weeks Fi Mr and Mrs Howard Nelson expect to leave next Tuesday for Texas where ttjey will spend the remainder of the winter Mrs Fannie Meyer has closed her home in Louisville and will spend the remainder of the winter with Mr and Mrs F M Martin Mrs Will McClure has re HighGroveter Miss Ida who is attending school here Messrs George R Scruggs f and Luther W Jenkins of Mo re villa Iid were here the first of the week looking for good saddle horses Mr Jen kins formerly lived at Willis burg Mr Hunter Craycroft of Dallas Texas was here Monday to see hiss aunt Miss Bettie Craycroft Mr Craycroft is a former Springfield r jy who has met with great success in the busi agentforcompany NearlY every person who Is sub ject to attacks from the stomach suf fera from a morbid dread of a diete tic treatment for relief that is three foutbs starvation and one fourth tOaet and nwlk Oh the other hand you can cal as you please and digest the food by the aid of a good digest ant thus givinS the tired stomach equally as iriuch rest Eat what you please and hke a little kodol for in digestsh1tDrugstore Letter List List of letters remaining un called for hr the Springfield Ky P 0 week ending January 31 3907 I Miss Cobbs CrosswyI 1FitchMr andMrs Walter Graham Mrs J nIonesi Mrs P GMayes Mrs Linda Maltingly E M McCoyg Eli Mcbleyof 1 Willis Ruby T J Smith L B Stiminett Persons cojiingiror jheseletters will please say advertised and give date of list W AtWatersF M w Its Worth m jjj traveling ai long distance 3v to have your teeth extracted s Without Pain or Danger f- w All work guaranteed g L G CRUMED D S II u Bardstown Ky 33 3 3 33 33 Financial Statement A statement of the Receipts amf Expenditures tif the City of Spring field from January 1st 1906 to Jan 1st 1907 Rtceipts From Saloon License 1500 00 T Professional and amusement License s 1196 83 Dog Lice e 121 00 Curbing and Sewer Assess ments J 351 07 FinesA 20450 Taxes for the 3ear 1005 728 82 Taxes for the yeariOOG 4312 83 PeOc tin TreaSury Jan 1 1907 90 40 TotaL 8511 43 Expenditures For Accounts of year 1905 paid 1048 37 Public Water and Light 1970 peneral Street Ctfnstruction and ImprOY inent 1923 81 Police Force 4 657 00 Fire Department and Pound 121 95 Jail Charity and Cemetery 511 00 Supplies for City 580 65 Salaries and Commissions of City Officials 478 05 Note for money bprrowed 114270 Miscellaneous Expenses 35 80 Delicit in Treasury n 11900 41 14 Totai 88511 45 C 3ft McGiiOUD City Clerk Cleur up the oomplxion cleanse tha liver and tone the system You can best do this by a dose or two ol De Witts Little Early Risers Safe eliablc litte pills with a reputation The pills that everyone knows Rec ommended by The Red Crbss Drug Store City Ordinances At a regular imeetiig of the City 6oUncil October 12 1906 the follow ing Amendment b the GeneraliOrdi nances of the City w apqpt d- An Ordinance Amending he Gen eral Ordinances concerning License Tax The City Council of the City of Springfield Ky do ordain as follows That any person or firm that may be engagedin the quin s of selling three or more of the articles named in Sections 232 228 230 331 234 and 235 of the General prdinances of the City maypay the sum of Twenty Dollars in full of the license tax on such business J mw LEWIS Mayor Attest C M McChord City Clerk IJAt a meeting of the City Couhcill December 11 1906 the following Or j dinance was adopted J The City Council of the City of Springfield Ky do ordain as follows that it shall be unlawful forrny per son to tresspass upon the property of the Springfield Cemetery Company and any person so offending shall be lined not less than Five nor more than One Hundred Dollars for each offence JOHN V LEWISMayor Attest C M McChord City Clerk Jack Taylor BriarHill Ky says jlfcurbon Hog Cholera Remedy has not only kept my hogs tree fron cholera but the extra gain in flesh caused from its use has paid me at least ten dollars for each dollar I invested in the remedy Sold ann guranteed by C J Haydon PUBLIC SALE OF d Fine Live Stock Haying sold my farm and in order to windup a part nership business with my brother we will on TUESDAY FEBRUARY 1907 at 10 oclock dffer at public auction on my farm 2 12 miles west of Lebanon Ky the following fine live stock Onebny mare Bay Bess trial half mile 110 sired by Hip tall record 222 he by Ashland Wilkes dam by Crusher Nancy Ifohuson 1 yr byNorvin W darn by Nuncio 224 1 Vtftiri gelding 5 ye old 151 hands high a splendid walking horse one 4yearold sorrel gelding by Ray view one 4yearrold bay gelding by County Member one 2year old bay gelding by Rayview one 4 year old mare by County Member Several finebrood mares in 0 11to jacks and good workers One extra line yearling jennet by Sampson 30 head extra good long yearling sugar mules about onefourth sorrgls head long yearling extra good cotton mules 14 head extra sugar mule colts 12 head broke mules Several head caitra good Shorthorn cows 1 registered Jersly heifer with calf four 2 year old steers extra good One gas engine 3hprse power and cutter onehalf interestjifc a pair of pitless a es I J tJF rv iitft About 800 bushels of corn 200 bales Bright pea hay Household and Kitchen Furniture TERMSSums of 810 and under cash over tha tamonn monthsUimei V LUNCH WILL BE SERVED ON THE GRpTiNDS 9 1qaqgOE PlLLlPS p LEBANON KY aJ 0yTw r S i ii We D0flt- jiIi i I 1V1I i x f Anthing that i11 sell arid 4 3 consequently we will make I Special Reduce Prices Ii L tOn all Winter Goods in our store If you have not your winter Suit or Onfercbat now iis your Sc opportunity We will give you bargain as long J X as they last v a lWe have in this Bargain Sale a few J CHidrensCToks ii Which we wish to close tatw i OT1 IcLetI Good Boggy Robetj IGRUNDY McINTIRE P 44444 4 r BUCKEYE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 717 East Water Si Cincinnati Ohio W A BRADFORD COI r W A Bradford Tandy Quisenberry INDEPENDENT r Does a strictly commission business Interest of patrons care fully guarded Three montbsfree storage We give to all ship pers 150 per hosbead for an tobacco consignEd to us and eqplize freight with Louisville We respectfully solicit your busine Phone Main 2681 f T lJtIlii1i ti litiiiIitilWiwllwi liwi I Livery a dSle Stable 92 PARKS 6 SIMMS Proprietors tLocated on Doctor Street net to Marks Greens Lumber Yards EIjI Horses Bought and Sold tsat 200 Commission Anyone desiring a horse for any i purpose should givers a call We can supply you drjt you have a horse for sale we can find you a buyer S ALSO HAVE HORSES AND RIGS FOR HIRL BYON PARKS E WILL F SIMMS i I t m t mmt E I CLOSE I rJ1ATTENTION t Is what I give to all li1 work brought me and as tli1a result I am able to 3 tf1 GUARANTEE SATISFACTION fJS1 x If you shave a watch 1or clock tto mendor wish your EYESiGHT CORRECTED by ff perfectly fitted glsses I am prepared to wait on you iftliJ Vas J Graves flj r ti1 till Main Street opposite Presbvterian church thi iS 8a 0a r s aj i II- O1nzoa I I IA handsome nev style in our Diamond Special Grade that will give the finishing r touch to any costume 3MO I I1 j r This is only one of our new patterns j Ask your dealer tq showyou his styles of Diamond Brand Shoes Her shouldfhave J them in all grades at till prices foirrmen as well as forwomefn and children t T2 j4 r YL4KEMORE P4VE SicES THAN ANY 0711ER MOUSE IN 1fE t AIiIWant Protection Cincinnati 0 Jon 25 Cin cinnati bankers it was said to day had signified their intention = y of misting Kentucky bankers In financing the American Society of Equity In its fight against the tobacco trust Possibility of re ttlvtory measures by tbe tobac- Co trait Will prevent Cincinnati j tobacco warehoused from entering openly nto the fight it is r said As a consequence the country banks in Kentucky as sisted it is said by the Ciocin riati banks will undertake the jfreat burdon of protecting the crop aThis situation was developed following conference of Jin cinnati tobaccpraen with Chas A Lebus of Cynthiana Kyy whowith several other large growers of tobacco has Tinder taken the task of getting than ciai assistance Mr Lebus with his assoqiatest triea to se cure assistance iri Louisvill but did not succeed At Cincinnati hey were told that tobacco warehouses would accept part of the burden if Louisville could j also be got into the deal Thit was for the purpose of shutting t off any possibility of the trust taking vengeance on either city by refusing to purchase later on JJWc CoDsiiMionlM One who suffers from chronic con stipatlon is in danger of many seri ous ailments Orino Lazstive Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates the j s liver and bowels resroring the natural action of these organs Commence taking it today and you JfftNl feel better at once Orino Lax ifative Fruit Syrup does not nauseatb or gripe and is very pleasant io take Rsfuse substitutes Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store WANTEpGentleman or lady to travel for Mercantile House of large capital Territory at home dr abroad to suit If debi sirable the home may be used as b headqnacters Weekly salary of 1000 per yearand expenses Address Jos A Alexander Springfield Ky 517t t Hii Why Popcorn Pops What makes popcorn jopasks the inquisitive youngster By the evasive replies he receives it is evi dent that the real reason is not gentt erally known The different kinds of porn contain oil in varying proportions In popcorn there is a considerable amount This expands when heated becomes explosive and l 1causes the kernels to pop open In common corn the percentag of oil is small and for this rearm it only cracks without exploding when heated says Good Housekeeping Popcorn is inexpensive and nutri tious as well if not used to overin dulsrenca The Clever Baby rJZqfldi You say your baby doesnt Jfplk yet Mine does Same age r too Your baby cut his teeth J t14ToddoV Nodd4Iinehasa1l of them YOU1 baby talk 1TQildN ot yet can yours NddGreat Scott yes Todd desperately Does liP riiave himself or go to a barters Got Back at the Plumberp The Rev Dr Ji 0 Peckonce r pastor of Trinity Methodist church yas npt only fond of a good horse lout of a good joke and h could preach a good sermon Oie year funds were low in the church treas f ury and it devolved to some extent upon the pastor to see that money was raised A meeting for the dis bussion of ways and means was can iCliZtl1 doctor being present The directors suggested that some of the- Wealthiest members of the congre gation be called on and asked for jiyaCsubscriptions To this Dr lareed A few days JJdter he J 1W met on the street by one of the directors Well doctor said he how are you getting on money raising I jeSFine said Dr Peck as his eyes ijwmkled I went around to sev eralibankers merchants and man Tjfacfarerg but it was qf no use Thenir thought of the church plumber who robbed 1Te lastmonth 66I went around to hUn and held him up for tis nmotint7aOS ton flwnM For Lung Troubles Ayers Cherry Pectoral certainly ures coughs colds bronchitis consumption And it certinly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs 4Therecs be no mistake about tWsfysfi know it is true And YMt owl doctor will say so Tfc bitklad of te tlBonlal Sol fOr OTW aixty years xz- i IMIAPAMLLt PILLL lers LNL AyiisipI tks aBttlM NNtII ofall on 1WtJJj i v r WASTING STRENGTHI Women whp suffer from unnecessary disagreeable painful l weakening female complaints will tint that Wine of Cardui iis a safe and pleasant remedy for all theirIlls It acts directly uppn all the delicate inflamed i tissues purifying the blood throwing off the clogging matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular scanty profuse painful catamenia prolapse etc Also relieves headache backache dizziness cramps dragging pains nervousness irritability etc 1If you need advice writeus a letter telling us all your symptoms We will send free advice in plain baled envelope Address Ladies Advisory Dept TheChattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn 4 ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN 100 BOTTLES I WROTE YOU for advice and byoHowlns It and taking Casdul my Female Troubles were curedMrs R S WaJUw LavacaAId J 1a WINE 0FF DEVIL AT MASK BALL Lunatic Disguised asiMephistiI the nit of Thomas lE Walshs Party v ACTED HIS PART TO THE LIFE Played the Devil With Young Husbands Feelings by Flirting With Bride and Was thrown 0 t In iConsequence Mephistopheles came also to Tboma F Walshs mask ball In Washington on New Years eve and as Usual uninvited except by himself And also as psual he kicked up a row Mr nd Mrs Walsh had planned a very Jollj ut quiet little affair sending out only 210 cards and taking special care In the list There have been affairs before In which they figured as hosts which ssubsequently acquired more or less notoriety extremely unpleasant to tlhem This time they made prepara 1 ions to escape any such misfortune but they reckoned wIthout Mepulstoph eles r i With each Invitation there was cluded a card of admission to the big Massachusetts avenue house without which none of the Invited could gain entrance It was the natural supposl ion of the hosts that these cards would be properly protected and the only slip made by the hosts was in not examin ing thOrn carefully as they were pre tfented After the somewhat spectacu lar exit of Mephistopheles there Vas a Scrutiny of cards deposited at the dif Cerent dressing room dON and sev eral were found to bear the names of persons known not to be In Washing ton that night But then It was too late Mr and Mrs Walsh welcome their guests In the drawing room Mepbls topheles came early He was pfoperlj built for his role and as gorgeously attired as ever Edward do Reszke was on the metropolitan stage He himself admitted however that he had bqei somewhat hurried hi making up Tie had dined rather more sparingly than his fellow guests and sbe greeted his hosts he made that fact known Could I by chance he said pleasantly have such a thing as a glass of miikt rThat was not bn the regular list ol beverages at the Walsh mansion or New Years eve hut Mephistopheles was soon supplied It was good milk and the black whiskered red devil drank It with evident enjoyment There was prqfuse expression of grateful thanks and then emboldened by his success Ip his first request he prof fared a new one lt Could I borrow a razor he asked butI 1 BOHBOWA HAZOB the character of his guest He rather put It down to the natural playfuhiesE of the occasion I didnt have time to i1i vet con tinned the guest Then to help long he turned to Mrs Wibb and saidAtI hope you like tha costnme I should have liked It to be a little iQore accurate but It was obtained in greai baste as I have Just got out Not until considerably Jatell10 the evening did that remark Strike the Walshes as especially peculiar Mr Walsh saw that Ja razor fortunately perhaps It was a safety was suppljfij cud Mephistopheles soon reappear from the dressing room with the evi dences of extra growth removed froin behind his carefully trained black Im perial 9 Then the fun began In earnest Meph istophelcs was among the happiest of Ufo jsuests He danced extremely well be tatkwlt in an uncommonly Interest CCARD UIU I tug manner mia no naa a proper eyt1 for beauty There was an element of the uousual In his conversation that gave It piquancy and charm He was one of the most interesting men thete Right at the beginning he selectett a charming young Egyptian dancer as his special attraction He devoted him self to her with more than Mephis tophellan courtesy and Insistence She was rather petite and he tall and straight They made a fine looking jouple and her costume chiefly gold stnbroldered scarfs anklets bangles and a gold bandeau contrasted well with the scarlet of Mephlstopheles It was a case so evidently a case that It got on the nerves of the comparatively new husband of the Egyp tian dancer and as the evening wore on there was no Improvement Cham pagne was served both beforp and utter upper and the devotion1 and demon strjatlon of Mephlstopheles to the dancer becanfe steadily warmer At last the disagreement reached a climax The young husband appealed r NOT A SOUL HAD EVEn SEEN HIMIlEPOnE to Mr Walsh and hp spoke to Mephls topheles It was a gentle request at first mild as the milk the red devil had Imbibed on his arrival BufMcph Istopheles having had something stronger than milk since then conclud ed there was a jest fn the request ot his host and failed to see the urgency of the language In which Jt was couch ed Thereupon four stalwart retainers of the house entered into muscular negotiations with Mephistopheles anti car ned him bodily down to the dressing room There protest ceased on tin part of the asker and In the preseuc of the angry husband and the affronted host he was unninsktMl Not a soul In the roouiliad ever semi him before Mephlstopheles had been lugged to the dressing om limp and crapulous Now he sat up sober and unabashl Pheasant evening he saul ilne party Husband arid 118st together demanded explanation Tlieir words mingled in an inseparable jumble but tlion was no mistaking their demeanor Mephlstopheles gazed thoughtfully Into space for a moment Then be looked at Mr Walsh and thou nt the augrj husband Good night gentlemen he salt sweetly and the next minute there was no trace of him even In the street With true MephlstophcllHnagll Sty lie hind dlsappearetl entrcjy from view f The dance went merrily on until morning the last of the carriages with their gorgeously clad occupants pass jug through Dupont circle In the fun light of the Nevj Year sun The disappearance of the conspicuous Mephls topheles aroused curiosity hUll Mr Walsh liad many questions to answer But there was no answer to give But since Nev Years dayJ he has learned that onchrlstmas day a man formerly well known In Washington society hail escaped from his attendants In the In sane asylum where fie has been con fined for some tlnjeand a day or twc later came8 to Washington That was surely a Mephistophellan tuck Mrs Herbert Wadswortq who con template a domino party says her husband will meet eacfyarrfvlng guest downstairs and that no one need be afraid of any intruders at IgOl Massa chusctts avenue t AS uooa as She Sent Years ago the dues famous Jr and Mrs Barney Williams were playing an engagement at the Bos ton museum The couple were al ways greet favorites in Boston but Mrs Williams was somewlfat noted for her sharp tongue both on and off the stage On the night in question she had been disturbed by the crying ofa baby in the gallery Stepping to the footlights she stopped in the middle of her lines and looking toward the offending child cried Wanted a nurse broguefromthe house heard No Irish need grjply Boston Herald iiyw I OUREftEUFFER II- We have secured a limited number of subscriptions to one of the best magazines published in the South which we will give SI j Absolutely Freel with each newsubscribetdfhe NewsLeader and to each re newal or old subscriber who pays up and pays one in year in advance JFc r = r OUR COUNTRY Is a Monthly Magazine published at Louisville and is an attractive illustrated Magazine and is ably edited We will furnish the NewsLeader and Our Country one year for 1 Address E L DAVISON Jr Publisher SPRINGFIELD KY r REP SKIRT SAVESTRAINFri- nerWrapping the Garment Around Lantern Averts Awful Collision WAS WARNED BY TELEPHONE Clear Headed Girl Operator Rectifies by Her Presence of Mind Mistake Which Would flave CostI Scores of Lives Only the cool and quick scHoll of Miss Xorr Brefcklnrldgc a telegraph operator employed by the Rock Island railroad In Arlington Kan prevented n headou collision between two trains under circumstances nlraost Identicali with the blinder th t O t thirtyfiVe lives iu the recent wnck also on tho Rock Island line lift Topoka By making use of telephone Mieft Brcckldrldge roused fanner who rtiu to the tracts and vh a red skirt of his wife WI1edUinUtil a lantern stood between two trains and kept them from crashing together at express speed Miss BreCkinritlKO is related to the Brcckiuridge family of KoutHcky Her father Is the ojMtrator in Lftngdou the next station eat of Arlington Tl e young woman was on duty for Ute night Near midnight a westbound fast freight pulled into Arlington The locomotive tool water till It was almost ten ntluute before the train was ready to continue Its jour lies Miss Brcckiurldge hind rectifywl a m gethat the track was clear She gave tlie sdgnai to the 4jrMkemtin of the freight anti hi paused it up tot the OlltncerJ j The train slowly Dinedl headway and just when It ws draxKiii out bf the station n vntriiitig mes ajite be au t1i81elTeatt t thploastwarU and that Mta Breklu vltijsfc must lto4 lftlK freight She cd out and slfpiakMl frantically rlItrain was out vC reach The girl toqk a ottatice of CMtehuig her father In aitctlnn Init there WM no rw iwte to bw call m the wire Laugdoii fa It tlay nJatlon ami the of liE WJIKT TO THIt TR UK IN HIS NIGHT LOTlWB flee bad beon closed several Uoyrs Frantic appeals for Information were being made from the dispatchers of flce but Miss Brecklnrldge did not waste a moment nnswerlyg them She was several minutes at the tale phone before there was an answer from the funnier who lives almost midway between Arlington and Turon The mhn demanded why any one should call hlmuJT at so late an hour of the Igbtln a few words Miss Brecklnrldge told him of the emer goncy He drqpped the receiver instantly and wont to the tracks clad In his nlghfcclothes I Mitts Brpcklnrldge went from the tel ephone tp the ttelegraph Instrument and ticked Intq the dispatchers office the facts of the situation She said noth ing could be done except wait for news of the trains and for half an hour ih ere was suspense up and down the Rock Island line Not one word In commendation of Miss Breckln ridges action came from a superior until she had sent out the farmers as surance that the trains were safe Thpn from the dispatcher came an n iniaiactff meflsaefi and from oobite aaiur east as unicago omcmis 01 wv rond sent their praises s It Is understood that the young wp man will be substantially rewarded by the company There were about a hun dred passengers on the train from Turon and they all alighted In Arling ton and cheered for Miss Brecklnrjdge ut FcetI nt Sixty Mrs Annie Pugh aged sixty years of Baltimore Is cutting her fourth set of tooth As she suffers the pains of an infant cutting its first molars she Is using soothing sirup Mrs Pugh says her new teeth are more valuable than anything shk possesses She 18Im mensely proud of them a JiCTiea trr snnvlnic In Sleep The tlieony that T Kirby Heinsohn a wealthy Muncie Ind man Inflicted a fatal wound while trying to shave bhnself In his sleep at SjflVester Ga was advanced by members of a corn mlttoo of Elks who accompanied the body home It Is surmised that he arose and went to the bathroom half asleep returned to bed with the razor and the determination to shave being on his mind drew the razor across his tthroat cutting the Jugular vein Too weak to speak he wrote on a paper that he did not know what he was do- Ing as he was asleep when he cut himselfPtOGKEOAD QUESTION WHY D WARD KING FAVORS BUILD ING MACADAM HIGHWAYS Expert Ifn1J1T and Where They Ar n PoNNibllltr Advise Any Community to Build a JIHe or More of Stoiiollond Each Year The conviction that progress Is possible must first exist before any at tempt at progress will be made It cer thInly 5s unfortunate that tlie mistaken idea that macadamized roads are im possible prevails in so many communi ties writes D Ward King In the Good Roads Magazine Sonic folks seem to have a notion that unless the fields are covered with stone rod Is too scarce 1tor road building I will be dogmatic for a moment and assert as a general premonition that It macadamized pike Is x itoHslbllity wherever land Is worth 30 per acre and rock can be obtained within two and a half miles of the pro se l road not of the roads of course but the main thoroughfares Permit me a few moments In sup port of my position While visiting in AlalmiiiH one snniiner I taw rock roads building at a cost of 2200 per mile where tthe lit iHiiil was priced at only 33 Jo 30 per acre Moreover In my oirfnloii the road they were building wag Tar heavier and wider titan the travelf diMiiamled and therefore much more ejTpenrtlve than necessary But the people there have bconetln nted to the a lvantages of the stone road Please do not think I am speaking of a iiadlcallyprpgms couimuulty The i W xterky still hUTs his tattered lint and jrtejM off the sidewalk as you pass ritain Iiarni S8 Is the rule The old style bull tongue plow Is In the maJori- ty and thcst line roads are traveled by ox teams Not of the new south am I apcaking but of the genuine old fash ionetl itoipltabto old south of the antebellum days And now another stfttemoiit Although rock in supcrajjun dan thereabout still the contractor found It profitable to haul the crushed rock two and a half miles before mov ing the crushing machinery I submit unit these two facts prove that with roclc loss than two and a half miles ilhitant and laud at per acre mac adamized roads are a possibility And I It would worn a natural sequence that whore lland is more valuable the stone consider an In fmthcrI mlgliHiave COKSTRnOTDfO A MACADAM ROAD rock roads If they Just thought so I have in mind two towns here In Mis IMotlrl lying about six miles apart bItweonl an acre can be bought for less thai j0 Therefore the land value Is therp As for rock If we start from one town to go to the oUter we hind recjk within 100 steps qf the highway before wo travel a mile At two and It half miles rgck Is less thak half a mile distant at three and a Half miles only three fourths of a mile awn at tour and quarItera half miles It Is only half a mile from the road to the quarry that Is kept open constantly nefels rock quantI- ties of it Here Is land worth more much more than 30 Why dont these mV hve a stone road 1 Is your an l vr res Jv3 MV answer has beeu al en Tne asswer is iqunu ni we connc tibn of the people that rock roads are beyond their reach The people have been educated to this belief by reading the walls that arise from our brethren In the rockless region of our neighbor ing states And all that Is needpd to inaugurate an era of stone road construction right here in Missouri Is the removal of this mistaken conviction- In conclusion I pin my faith In the future betterment of our highways to these foundation truths First Six or seven feet of stone Is sufficient for the average rural truffle Second Any community where rock Is available Is behind the times If It does not each year build a mile or more pf stone road Third nock within two and a half miles Js available where land is worth 20 ii ourthWbere stone roads are ab solutely out of the question and where If they can be built they are not yet an accomplished Improvement a dragged road Is the best substitute I hope to See the people settle down to steady Improvement certain stat ed amount each year not necessarily a great deal but something People get scared when they begin to figure on a large number of miles of expensive road to be finished In a year or two et promoters be content te make a beginning and add a little each year Worthy of Emulation It Is reported that A J Moore of Johnson Creek Niagara county NY has offered to give 100 over and above his taxes and 10000yards of crushed stone from his farm toward the build lug of an improved road froth the city of Lockport to the vicinity of his farm about nine miles distant This is a striking example of the appreciation of the value of a good road from the farmers standpoint and Is one that could be emulated with great profit by farniers generalJy throughout the country His Editor al It was the practice of a certain I ndon cditor some years ago to write his leading article or articles at home Ute night before publica tion The r tof the week he did nothiniOnc night his articles had not coniC to hand at the office Ten oclock came 11 12 and still no sign of an article There was commotion iin the office and at last a messenger was sent to the editors house He found him with a glass Qf brandy and water before him and newspapers scattered about There was no article written What doyou want asked the editor Tin article for tomorrow Didnt send it Neat least it has not come to the omceuGive me the Times The Times was fourtu and handed to him and with unsteady fingers he cut out one of its lending articles This lie stuck upon a sheet of paper and then taking his pen wrote at the top What does the Times mean by this In that form and with that introduction it appeared next tl1Qrn lag as the editors leading articlv BroughtHirh Alive A farihBr hired a green Irishman O eorthe first fatks assigned the pew hired hand was Ho bring into tthe cow lot dciixl or alive a refract- orY bull that had broken into the cornfield The Irishman was given a shotgun lund told to shoot tlie bull if the animal sjiowed fight Jaunti llly he went4 about his task The fnrmo stood 1rti a Safe distance to watch Uevclopments As soon as the bull saw the Irishman enter the cornfield he bolted at him bellowing madly The Irishtnan blazed nwuy With the shotgun and emptied the load in the beasts breast On rushed the bull madder than ever The Irishman took to His heels with the bull nfterhim What are you doing screamed the farmer at tho fleeing Irishman Im bringing him alive sir shouted the Irishman between broaths Washington Herald wrnr13eCream Vermifuge THE HTEEJ WORM REMEDY THE CttHJWEKi FAVORITE TONIC KWAIW IMITATISNL THE eMiT BaIIartlS ow Lliiliiwit e tiT xouxm MO Soldby Bed Cross Drug Slort IRE 6 27 EIa 11 r rIItj MARKS GREEN ij ITh H I oM Reliable Manufa cur rs S land Dalrs in allkliasof LATHS SHINGLES ft IILUMiBER DOORS i BLINDS H I Mixed CarAitel GptalJ Ia Cantt be BeM J8q fiii PlWeareso1eageitsfor t IACME CEMENT PLASTER The Best on Earth Prices n RibtImIm i11 Office and Yards liJoctor and Railroad Streets Springfield Ky rJI HSESESESESBBESESESSEBn t A GOOD DOCTOR will recbjniri end- BALLARffS HOREHOUNU SYRUP rEvery cough weakens tho lungs lowers the vitality breaks down the tissues and leave t the system In a weakened condition causing it to be more susceptible to the cunsumptive germ eII8nIs Horsbemd Spmii will cure the cough and strengthen the system Children Like It l lIStanbeny writes 1 have Horehound Syrup and find it avers for coughs and colds and lnfactalllung IIIIThevery pleasant to take and we have no the children to tak6 it I recom wIthat cough develops into a more dan Save yourself and children many sick JIa long and healthy life COUGHS COLDS SORB LUNGS CURES HOARSENESS WHOOPING COUGH AND ALL LUNG TROUBLES Pleasant QUick tq 2c3Ocand1OO to Take Curs Ballard Snow Liiiiinent Co 500502 Neirth Second Street ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold and Recommended by J iRed CrosSDrug Storei I Dort Suffer LI1nicht long from tpotWche Sloa neuralliia or rheum tism i s Uruiiefttkills the patiti quiets the nerves dnd induces sleep Af eJI aedcrs Price 25c 50c HOO Dr Earl SSIoaLiBoslorvMssUSA Louisville is DOYOUKMOW Booming ABOUT VILLXf 550000 LOU1S p051 within a 4radlusofonhtrCmllasl k1aathsWORLD manulactiringofisan rM WftffM- ttsewtrplp woodMi boxMndin produdne and handling whisky sos lathr ownnt t a q i tcoaxhand1esadpliimberssiappIMs 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