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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v 7F A1 IBS1AllL1SffED I If LJ IN 1 =JJ I tfiiiEW SERIES YflL XIV NO 6 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 7 1907 I100 PER YEAR 1 I y DR I F TRUSTY tPRACTICAL DENTISTOtkeofer HaYSpn Barber JeJLt1 work reasonable prices U work guaranteed RING TLTJ KY c i iSouR DIRECTORY j 1IFJUXGFIEW county seat of 1 r WiuiCMfffcBtt County 52 miles south tK adJiwftton 59 miles tromI LJNiirriik OQ Bardstown branch of LroiYille and Nashville railroad In i lrmin and agricultural district q 4Two Banks telegraph and telephone UM express office flour mills lumber jranli iopuation 1100 population of Mtatr 15000- Representative in Congress Hon D t I lUI Hodgenville1KY V Jtepreseatative in Kentucky Legis atmre Hon W D Claybrooke i4iIepcescntative in State SenateHon l VMTT Lancaster Lebanon Kr t County Directory V CIRCUIT COURT Cir 1Itt Court begins on the fourth Mta7 Ie February May and Oc oIr a tSliTliurman Judge Vv rDurbam1ComonwealthAt t eejv Robt A Noe Clerk v M G Leachman Master Comtaiss I 4 QUARTRtY I COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third j offalOI1ay in each month j B If Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT t fourth CojityCuurt nieeti On the May J e4ckuiGu- th4TI4ttcy Judge j erCo att Cle- rkfjonityAttorneY a s u JailerJ lirne Sh tilE t It Ieau Dcputie1- s J i t I yJaesF Mo re County SurveOr- S P OBrya Assessor I W T Mitchell Peoaty Jtobert Noe Treasurer 2 J il Montgomery Coroner J W Bush Supt of Cqminon vkooli P 0 SpflngfleldV t fe CiTY COURT i Tameii R Noe Police Jjudge rjohu Grace Marshal f 4 o1VF Grlgsby City Attorney c j roST CURTrt Jttotlce Courts are held in January April July and October1 = Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH + Rev G WLyoDtPast r Ser rice pm the Firstand Third Suudavs t in each month at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday at 10 amSundaySchOol every eingeveri Wednesday Prayer m J tit aght 1 1CATHOLICICHURCH Rev p F llennessa71Past Ser Tcc7verr Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock 5zuis Services at St Rose same hours 9HRlSTJ CHURCH JtevW T Walden PastorkScxri every Sunday V PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Preaching every Sunday at 1iam aicI at 7 pm Sunday school every Smaday at 10 am Prayer Ine tin TMT Thursday evening at 7 oclock t BAPTIST CHURCH f 1Xr vWm Harrison WilltefflsPast Preaching every Sunday at 11 am nd 745 pm Sunday School every Tan day at 930 am Pcayer meeting erry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock II Fraternal Orders e MASONIC Lopes Springfield lodge Mb 50 meets first and third Mouday tItackmofrth- WashiufftonRA Chapter No 57 Meets every second Tuesday Sprinjcfield Council No 52 meets very tonrth Monday XXIGKT of THK MACAHBUS Meet teach mo FOLVEY a if ftNEYANDTAR- l The original LAXATIVE Cllghremedy it etfb colds throat and lung fc Ito opiates Nonalcoholfc 5ddtor r fy body Sold everywhere c The jeftufn4t t f OUEYS KONCY and TAR is in aYpackaJe Refuse substitutes PrepereclonJybyIl PIy a Qmpny Chlcag For Sale byBeS Cios site jgfcS to 1 w rw Ir + THE4 NEWS7LI3ALRr i f aKSi mwro 3KWra iiO J owj IIFI1 ROUND OF tALK 1 i fsTHe February Three M udburghWi1s h inN YSub Grlaiyour visits come aroundItle teSo 1s vary Gladyoifbrougtityour children too Welcome Februaryc r Welcome to the weary world Often dulEand stuped Hojvdy Gfc6rgeand Honest Abe Howdy little Cupid Stringetrium vira e are you Everyone a splitter Cherry trees and rails and heartsf Makes your name to glitter Come and make yourselves at home Holidays and llaughter Stay not just one fleeting month But the whole year after ff HARLIE M CHORD The lmany friends of Gv C Mc Chord at his home townas well as aljrf over the stat will be glad to learn that the prcjslpects are that he will have easy sailing in his race for re election as RaiJrSad Commissioner At a meeting of the committee at Frankfort last week to deter min the time and manner of se lecting the nominee Mr Mc Chord gotab6ut everything e wanted An early primary isi called April 2 which McOhord friends say ins ares Hun a clear track Jor the nomination J S Botts of Lexingtonj the ony other candidate announcedor the place made a vigorous appeal lor a convention setting forth strong reasons why it would be better for the candidates and the party Failing tot secure his plan he announced that lie would comply with the condit i6ns Imposed Representative Thomas Brewery of JLouisville who had been mentioned as a possible candidate jwas not pres ant and had no representative before the committee Reports during the past several days that he would1 not be a candidate were confirmed The date of A4SriI 2 was selected in order trat some expense might be eliminated An entrance fee of 6000 was fixed by the commiu and a subcommittee com posed of Committeemen Fitch Hindmay apd Spalding appointed to arrange the details for Jthe election It is provided in the call that in the event that there is no more than one candidate who shall have notiSrd the chairman before March 12 of his intention to become a candidate the committee will call off the primary and declare the candi datethe nominee I EBANON LOCAL OPTION Lebanon is at present in the throes of a local optioti eampaign The election is set for March 20ih next and both sides are bard at work The two local papers ofi Lebanon by theway seem to be working bothsides of the street in the fight They publish each weelf a large amount of paid matter from each side of the contro- Versy probably going on the bbory that fits an ill wind that blows nobody good Judging from expressions of opinion of citizens who should be well posted on the situation we would say that the saloons in Lebanon are doomed to go out of existence when the question is submitted to the peoplesA powerful in fluence on the temperance side of the question isjbfiat being weilded by Father JlAHogarty of the Catholic church who iis president fthe Anti Sal on League and who has always been an active worker among his people in the Cause of temperance In case local option carries at the election in Maich the saloons will go out of ex istence iiii May as that isthe time when all licenses expire nolabout thatLebanbnwill be dry V several months before Spring field is owing to the fact that several of the licenses of local saloons have until August tc run The result igif the local option contest isr awaited with interest by Springfield citizens X OLlTiCAL Although it i lr11di rather earJy in the actio to make predictions still there is cotisiderable political gossip going the rounds locally con cerning possible candidates for the Democratic nomination forI Representative from this county The election for Representative in the lower house as well as for State Senator is to be held this fall and the nominations are to bo made some time this Spring Among those who have been mentioned as possible candidates for the nomination for Representative are Dr W W Hyatt C F Bosley W S Y Goodleb and Joseph M Begley It iis Washington countys time to furnish toe candidate for senate who is to represent the counties of Washington Marion and Taylor Candidates for this honor appear to be scarce at present but they will probably be heard fkomlater on I tt Ct URPRISED A good many O taxpayers of the town who have contracted the habit of taking their owi time about piying their town taxes are being tat d to a little sfrrise during the last few days by being presented with a tax war rant which calls for immediate settlement of all taxes and iin addition q i te a little suni in the shape of costs The collecting of taxes this year is conducted on rather a different basis than formerly Instead of Ifa v i n g a collector callI 1 0 on the taxpayer that indi- iduaPis expected to call on the City Treasurer and pay at certain time or suffer the penalty which amounts to a considerable amount all told All who have not paid by November 1st are marked delinquent and a tax warrant is issued which if not settled can for a levy and sale of any property which delinquent may possess in case of persons delinquent on poll tax if he possesses no property he is published in the list of delin quent taxpayers ME Mm tie Brans- A prominent manufacturer Wm A Fertwelf of jiucama N CL relates a most remarkable experience He sayc After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like one rising from the grave My trouble is Brights disease in the Diabetes stage I fully be Electric Bitters will cure me permanently for iit has already stopped the liver and bladder complication which have troubled me for years Guaranteed at- C J Haydon druggist Pricet only 75c Was Talking Sense Doc Hatchett colored and Garfield Divine were held to the grand Iury in 200 each on a horsestealing tharg by Judge Hughes last Friday Hatchett is the man who forced the Hi year old Derringer boy to trade horses with1 him near Salvisa last week an account of which was published In this paper Hatchett testified that when the boy said hewonld take M135 to boot he asked him if he wasr talking cents and the boy said lie was The boy thought the other meant sense It It was plainly evident that the negro knew the boy meant dol lars The horse the negro traded belonged to Divine who tendered Derringer 1 35 which the lad refused to accept and then Hatchett forcibly took the animal from young Derrin jger Harrodsburg Herald H vomeis germkilling medication is the only sensible and safe way of curing catarrh Goes right to the spot Breathed through the nose and month Guaranteed to cure or money refunded Told by the Red Cross Drug Store A New Kind ofHen Mr Henry Junius who was in Memphis last week writes us the following from Grenada 1 Miss A commission merch ant in Memphis on opening up his store one morning last week heard a young chick crying Wondering what it coul be he made a search for it among the coops of h nsin his store and finally discovered it in a coop conjoining a dozen hens It was about two days old and crippled by the hens in the coop There was no sigh of egg shells and after wonaering how it got there for the hens had not been in the coop long enough to lay an egg and hatch it he concluded he had discovered a new breed of hens which laid chickens instead of the old way of laying eggs and sitting on them There were only twelve hens in the coop so be decided to send them home and seq what one it was that laid chickens He aso of fired a reward of 5 each for the four hens that bad been in the coop two days before He put the chick in a paper box to take home at night but it died be fore evening He was very much chagrined ove his joss be thought he had a wonderful find I saw the chickHar- rodsburg Herald Hunting for Trouble jjpve lived in California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in the way of burns sores wounds j 1oilscuts sprains or a sase of piles that Bucklens Arni a Salve wont quickly cure n writes Charles alters of Alleghany Sierra Co No use hunting Mr Wal ters It jpu res ever v case Guar anteed at CJ Haydons drugstore 25c j Penw ick Miss Rose Adams left Mon day for Louisyille Messrs Stanley Rogers and Irome Thompson have gone to Qwensboro Mrs Will omen and Mr Chwlev Hines visited their brother C W Oder Sunda7 Mr Martin Spalding is with relatives hero this week Miss Apple Kelly of Decatur Ill is visiting her parents here Fred Cheatham and Burr Begley were in Maud last week on business Miss Retta Barker and Lorane Walston spent Sunday with Annie Logsdon Mrs J W Barker vIsited her parents Mr and Msr W T McMillen of your town Sunday Miss Eizzie Harmon is visitingr friendajand relatives here fIMrs Le Kinsey lias returned to Bedford Illafter a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Perkins Will Barker was in Louisville the first of thew ekf Surf Announcement Regarding The N onaIPnrc Fool AnOrnglw Wo are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lungfroubles is not ciiected DrugLawiai lecothmendItasadults Sold by the Red Cross Drug store f FOR RENT A good dwelliiig and a blacksmith shop and tools at Simms Ky Brown Bros IN1 OPERATtoN The Washington County Creamery Begins Opera tions arid Turns Out Butter The Washing ton Co nnty Creamery began operations On last Saturday aiid hiisboon turn ng out batter at relawnter vals since The bntterf of a good quality and will command the highest market price pak for creamery butter While the quantity of milk supplied to the creamery is not as great at the beginning as it will be later on there vas enough to justify the qperation of thecreamery and the management is much en couraged ovr the pr specs f success Mrj Arthur Goatley who has hajji several years of practical experience in operatin creameries Pin the West is in charge andAas the new plant iis equipped with liirbptodate md chinery there is no reason why the venture should not be a suc cess from the beginning Of course all realize that this is an unfavorable time to begin operations and the output of the creamery Is expected to 6e in creased llater on as spring opens up when the farmers will be able to furnish more cbs to supply the milk o1k111JoriGt r1i Iwas literally coughing my self to death and had become too weak to leave my bed and neigh hors predicted thatI would never leave it alhebut they got fool ed for thanks be to God I was induced to try Dr Kings New Dlscoyery Jt took just four one dollar bottles to completely cure tIle cough and restore me to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncapher of Grover town Stark county Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and Jpng trpable is guaranteed byO J Haydon druggist Gee and 100 Trial bottle free Blue Grass Fair I The newly elected Board of Directors of vthe Blue Grass Fair AssOciatior met at the of fice of the Associatjon at Lexington on Thursday January 24th and elected the fallowing officers for the ensuing year James L Watkins of Lexington President J W Newman of Versailles First Vice President Abram Renick of Wjnchester Second Vice President Jouet Shouse of Lexington Secretary andJ W Porter of Lexington Treasurer Th re was a full meeting of the Directors and the selection in each instance was uhanimousi It will be endeavor ed by the Association to secute permanent grounds for the Blue- Grass Fair There is at Lex ington the let and most historic race course in America the tile famous Kentucky Associa tion track owned by the estate of the late Capt Samuel S Brown Under the rulings Of toe Pensylvania Cotrts this track must1esQldand a committee from the Directors of the Blue Grass Fair Aosociatton consisting of some of the bet 00000GGo00 O SSEEDS0I S Clover Red and Sapling f Tiothy Blue Grass 81 glRedTopI have the above seeds absolutely pure and clean John Lily Barber Successor to Haydon Barber OOOGOOa IF YOU r TOUCH I yourtongue t- oALUMana iTook iin the Iassyou will see the efeet Yotik cant help puckenngrirmak you pucker to tliinkof tastipg it Ba1digPodersI nght into your system you injure digestion and iiruin yout LStornach AVOID ALVM J SqpIQin1g It JROYALI d- 1iir3oyaTT made from pure refined Grape Cream of Tartar Costim e y than Alum but you have the profit of quality the profit of good heajtfc A H l J businessmen ot Lexington was appointed to endeavor to secure it The grounds are valuable 1 lie late Capt Brown pUt into them in purcbase money and in improvements very close to 200000 but it is understood that the Secretary Qf the Blue Grass Fair Associationnas been able to make arrangements with his estate whereby that Associa ticS I can purchase them at lless than half tf the cost to Capt Brown They will form the basiof an ideal plant for the Blue Grass Fair and though requiring some additions for the purpose of a fair with these additions they wpnld probably bffer the best plant in the South for that particular pur poseI Men PasfSiilY in Daniel More than half ruaukind over sixty years ol ake suffer from kidney an bladder disorders usually enlargement of prostate gland Thf is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidneys Cure should be taken at the firstslgn danper as it corrects irregularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mi Rodney Burnett Rockport Mp writes suffered Avith enlarged prostate gland and kidney trouble for years and after lklng two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cnre I feel better than I hav- efrO years although I am now 91 yearsoldtSold by the ReX Gross Drug Store A Sermon iT There aremore young men in penitentiaries iin thisi country learning trades than there are outside of them learn ing trades The principle cause of this is that we are educating our young men Ifor idle gentle men trying to make lawyers preachers doctors and clerks out of material that is needed for blacksmiths carpenters merchants and other honest hewers of wood and drafters of watert It is a mistake and a big one to teach boy and gins to believe that labor is disgraceful and to do nothing for 0 living is more becoming society Hang such society It r1iniare sons atid daughters who are now being educated to play the leading ladV aod walking gentleman in the great dramma of life who will light out for the poor house or the penitenti try before the curtain drops on the last sad act of the play to whicB thy have been educated by their too indulgent parents Etown News- WANThDGefltlemah1 or lady to travel for Mercantile House of large capital Territory at homeVor abroad to suit If desirable Jhe home may be used as headquarters Weekly salarv of 1000 per year and expenses Address Jos A Alexander Springfield Ky517tI SU13SCRI7iON St 109 4 1 E4R t oo oo 1ii IWANrED8vIII highcla s circulation U5Pl rep resentatjve to look aft6r renewals and increase subscriptJ D list in Spr ngfield and vicinity on a silary basis wfth a continuing interest from year to year nth bus ness created Experience desirable but not essential Good opportunity for the right person ddre Published box 57 Station ONewY rk Notice The Washington County Farmers Club is requested tovmeet in Springfield 9n Saturday February 9th at 2 oclock pni in the Court House for the purpose of electin delegates to the State Farmers Institute whicB will meet in session at Shelby ville February 26 27 and 28 J E Glaybrodke- I Pres W G F 01 MESSENGER yBOYS LEMON Ketunis lie VFotinfl Then Spurn Darika Reward of Any messenger boy In the financial district of New York will tell you how Postal 14G2 got the lemon says the New York Times Jn fact tame has tagged him so closely since he got 1 two dollar reward for returning 50 000 in cash and drafts to the Mercan tile bank a few days ago that he has had his number changed to prevent easy Itlentlflcatlon No 14G2 picked up a bank messenger red wallet in front of J P Morgan Cos office on arecent Saturday Inside was aii en rvelope marked with J P Morgans Gos name and so many hundred dol lar bills thtt Ute boy didnt stopsto count them A peep Into the envelope showed a lot of drafts totaling more than 40000 Jk It Without hesitation 14G took the wallet Into Mr Morgans office It didnt belong there but the cushier easily Identified it as the property of the Mercantile National bank He iUK mltted the messenger says that the cash totaled 7000 and called up the bank In time to save the officers a lot of worry They asked him to forward the wallet and the honest messenger at once i4Pre- sldent8cheuc1ITkifnot yet trans retired his allegiance from th Mercan tile to the IJberry National bank and VIU the triumphal procession oC boy wallet and their husky guardian Jn the i erson of Morgan Cos big spe cial officer arrived tile president wits waiting with an appropriate homily on honesty anti an order on the cashier lie handed me a fine lot of dope says 1402 tOll when he give me the paper I fought it was all to the good When I took It to the window a little bfoke with whiskers shoves out a ttft spot What do you tInfc of that for it lemon Did I take it Say Ive got mortn that for fetching a cilrb brokers rub just trows nie chest out and lJexsI yBays u 1 cant do It I fink you netjjl the money Jveep It und go buy yourself a havea A Va1u1c bessel CJSix Years ago I learn d 8I Valuable lesson tJ writesfJobll Pleasant of Magnolia Ind V I then begin taking Dr I iiise- W 1 Life Pills and the longer tak them the better I jjnd- mthc It They Please evepyllBdy Guaranteed at C J Haydbns gstoreCr Iti I I r I IA NEW GHIURCH r IIYaiin 4ctku W311 Starts Seve tf tj P3 rClIetIff1Qru tzatloll rIA new fburcb ir triuiEiesi 6riejwaa i fnnncj 6lkrl Llsy it Is the Na tloiHil church fiiMldas CorIt prettipnt Johu AnfUstu tV411 of the 3rpu iwys the NetT YotJbune IjXIr tailIti nlffl tiw oisialaQf Thefirst m et ing of tile Xatidnalcll ntfwh wits hrIil 1 at the Bm oiejr iflftnii theater J New York urtthitfboui lOt men anlj- RoyiotMHa eiif IeatThgu win beheld evrv Spdyuzfinwon ut the lmu f rplHQjjfttjm nov oiikX Sineethd church i soi lttBwilim Jwiiiw has lj BJr changedl from thCNattionalt cllurWito tac XnUoVti n tfratew ThIs the f1JtlJtl nrotk plamfeIijr tbc president asha ariuoaneea ib 1 I want MUda church practically wUhpot tt cread a sadrtj ecL4IbontlK htrndest JtJnkers who IivOr sipklnj Cf r own tiJsIotts dln ronce9 t unite for mote progTesat anfft more Tiepwn right down here onf IhlS lruq Sling earth We ylB reapejt all bfleta but vfe wtll tm b rKJby none of them The golden rule WiaO bfr ir Idea and w6 aim to mke this orgnnlzatlon Irratltu tlonal inOlnEtriitl end co tpecatlvtf Iii char deter Should our B rtj thrive ve Intend using oUt own united cash not for mfsslonary work esMloiVmant funds pjr theolo kai seminaries but to biitltl our own selt supporting headquarters 4n lev dry awentbly djlstrWt along with op operative hotels cQuimarclal f tc11rJsee atoUnff rinks bowUne alleys and even our own banks Insurance society nnd theatac In other words our plan Is stupcn VJous fraternal and financial one basfed on the laws of scientific Dclaliim JVb Will advocate ti higher unselfish as our brother advocated Ibre wa1 t talk or the unseen worlds bqt inore oC thls oRe and sing nrans as well as cal ilesr patyotlc and popular songsJany senseIn futtjt which has ii refined uplift lInjrjmd enthusiastic ring to It1natural B0tva supernatural wnntal 1as Napoleon encouraged every man In the ranks by reminding them that they had a marshals baton In their knjip V sacks So I want every man and woman In the organization to feel that they can grow In 1tJl R1fA have any talent as Bpeakfit or nuslcTarik or writers or executives they may as rapidly as they develop those Talents become leaders in our wII want every member to be a Worker I bellevQ In the religion of work the work which rna15s happy and causes r rtcompeteC testing creeds his come the dawn of unl 3i versa brotherhood Is here Jl K i 3 rWnllwnts what he call n sew in day church On this part of the V work vhldi he Intends tojflofJhe saES Inn W1J11pliIct If business Is simply gross matetlaljrti tor wicked as the clergy often press is v then no employer or employee no mutter hqw high or humble he may be has a i right to become a church member ifthy church which Is really the cofigt0 gallon Is so divine so holy on Sunday Jthen I say when Monday Comes It has no right to let Itself slip Into gross rmaterialism again XM truth is1hpr should be no such thing as gross mate r rlallsm any more tThtd there should bavo been slavery Jjefpre the civil warJ There should be na such thing as one holy day In seven Each and every day should be holy each and every SS t jshoUld be a time for belplns one anotlieiv HAH ASARrf CNNOISSE nttiirlnt Copyof Soap Ad Dhap4sytIit- dagnillcent Surrna1ais i rThere w s Iron creditably ll1rii ed a very amusing1 object in the Tfefl ricliamber ot the late shah of refaS writes n Lontionearrespondent pt ptNew York CIrn gf Jfr WlS the enly ttWing In the room that lacked beaufy and Intrinsic worth 4 j t The sha1tS bed was IThIsieIt w11tii its lnincrustations ot t ttrtices Qrt1tpltur fitly tnitebM ltji plcndor Tile prayer rug as friaLrZU- vlth gold and precious stonelW tl6 rclock was of almost fabulous + tlaf r fthe paintings brlckbrac and kaq lIngs were wonderful but lit the mWat of all tills grandeur and artlstlq JwS Ilhess there was conspicuously dW plajqd In n magnificent gold ranie A clump print copy otj a grptesque vIe ture used Jn atIcotis1ng a certain brand pf English soap f j it Is said tMftt the Skill waas fotnlf of that plShire tuuuif ifeytya l8 tte oom i AH headaches gp p iWhe yOW Frow WiSf And learn to iH crAn S1irJy Risdr D eWltt5s Little Early Rll1ttff rcpIFi THE NEWSLEADER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY v SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELDfKY i A E aL DAVISONJJrt 4 X Localror bvutness notices 10 cents p- erfJa cli gubsequentlnsertion Calls on candidates and political matte Vjpbwork Is done at low rates but cash V ffblald on deliver y of goods vAnTertDilng contracts made on liberal t ersObituaries and resolutions of respect eats per line 4 LoccxENT3 clity Magistrates 250 Istrict Offices c r THURSDAY FED 7 1906 1 4 rTheRepublican State Central Committee will meet in Louis vile on Feb 14ih for the purpose a of fixing the time and place for t holding convention to nomi nate candidates for State offices to be voted for at the November election It is thought that the convention will be called for he Ilist of Mayor early in June at Louisville The flattering pros pects of victory has aroused en thusiasm among the ranks of Republicans in the state and the i acton of the committee is looSed forward te with interest v 5 It I After an argument at George town by attorneys for both sides 110 decision was reached as to- I 1tt the time of holding the fourth Strial of Caleb Powers It is probable however that it will be held during Au ustThe question as to what Judge should preside also came up and will be argued further next Monday The coal famine is becoming serious Citizens and town officers of Cloverport yesterday held up a Henderson Route coal train and compelled the crew toJ r sidetrack three cars to relieve rthe coal famine there The cold wave is general and lIIc all parts ef the United States seem to be feeling its effects f J Zero weather has prevailed inI the North wet for the pastsev f nteen daysSA liquid cold relief with a laxative- principle which drives out the cold through a Copious actionJ of the bowels and a healingpnnciple which lingers in the throat and stops the coughthat is Kennedys Lax tive Cough Syrup Safe and sure in its 7action plsasaht to take and conforms to National Pure Food ana Drug Law Contains no opiates Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store t Canary iiiiAs ihaVhot seen anything from here for several weeks I- 1will wfite a few lines for publi ration I Mr Oscar Bottoms and family Msited his parents at Stewart Scatuayand Sunday MrsI Nannie Kinsley and hhildren have returned to their I ome in Franklin indj after ai few weeks visit to pet parents tMr and Mrs A L Perkins T Mi Ray Logsdon is clerk for rfcur local merchant Mr Oscar bottoms Mr John Tobin sold one span of mules for 260 and also bought Ionespan fQr200 Mr G W Cocanougher who has been confined to his bed with rheumatism is better at this writing Miss Lela Fenwick is taking musicJeasons on the organ from Mrs S W Cocanougher and Mr Edward Fenwick on the guitar from Mrs Bob Graves Wa wish hem succes The hop given by Mr G W Fenwick a few weeks ago was well attended and alfej rep9rt a nice time Mr A L Perkins is very low with pneumonia at this writing 4 v Forgetmenotl t l 1 Hardesy Schoolhouse f i Mr Lev Brown and wife of Springfield spent one day last week with Mr and Mrs W S 4Goodlett Robert Sutherland of Chaplin was the guest of J H Grayand family Thursday night Mr George Wilson of the Mt IZion neighborhood has moved on Mrs ElizaMitchells place The old saying is if ground hog sees his shadow on the second day of February there will be forty more days of win t ter I suppose he saw his t shadow this time and it seems as though i eare having the winter JIi fMr Robert Gray entered tt wt school at Springfield Monday last Mr S G B rdesty of Leba non is visiting Iriends and rela yps here j w r Valley Hill IIinII Messrs Thos Reed and Hark Shehan of Booker were in our midst last week removing corn Mr Elijah Simpsonand family have moved to their farm at this plate recently purchased of Mr J D Piles Miss Pearl 5oatley visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Hughey Qoatley Wednesday night T Miss Mary Sallie Montgomery of Science Hall visited relatives here llast week Mr Albert Mudd who has yearhasplace Mr W B Brown recently purchased a fine sow and shoats of T A Tatum at 11250 Mr Frank Yancey has bought a small place containing some 30 acres of Chas Lewis at 10Q0I Beo edict Jriesand wife win rEideduringhis farm to eo Coulter of near MaudJMrs M Reed who has been Louisville for several weeks during the illness of her daugh ter has returned to her home at this place Miss Ola Goatley has been visiting relatives in and near Springfield during the past two weeks Mr J C Piles and daughter are somewhat ill at this writing of lla rlppejWe are indirectly informed that Mr Te Tatum has pur chased a smallfarm from Thos A Gruudy which will be occupi ed b7 Chas Lewis Messrs Montgomery and Der Vmger who haye purchased several thousand pounds of tobacco during t past week sgld same to The American Tobacco Co Mr S J Montgomery recently purchased some live stock from his rotber JT Montgomery of Fredericksto wn W1T Beam bought of Messrs Moran Reed a tine ram att 5 Many from this place attended the sale of J T Montgomery at the Burg last week purchasedfourcalves sale at 1745 per heal Thos Reed sold to Montgom ery Derringer 16 hogs for 100 last week The incessant showers followed by snow and extreme ol- dfltherj has caused much sick qess in and around this place Mr J C Piles who has been quite ill for several days has re sumed his work again Mr W T Beam having de cided that a tuber tire buggy was insufficient to capture a bride as others have found nas flow purchased the latest and most beautiful type of the Edi son phonograph together with an excellent colection of records much to the delight of the young lady listeners Goatley and Auberry deliver ed their crop of tobacco to the AmericanTobacco Co Monday at 8c per pound Kidwell Bros have moved from Croaks station to the farm of S P Derringer where they expect to raise a large crop of tobaccoMr Jim Tingle has remoyed from Mr D C Kelleys farm to the farm ot Edd Kelley and Thos Mattingly of Willisburg has moved to the house vacated by Mr Tingle Having been absent at the time of making up a letter we have been absent from our regular columns however we shall endeavor to be more regular here after Mr Elijah Simpson has re moved to his farm recentlir pur chased ofytMr J D Piles who has rented a house and lot from Messrs Marks Green iin Springfield and has moved his family to that 1ace Mr J L Moran is jjust recovering sufficient strength tot pisoossconfined to his room from the effects of a very serious attack of muscclar rheumatism n- One lady says she found sev eral eggs frozen nard and yet warm during the recent cold spell I will riot vouch for it however The many frietids of Mrs reIgretl J 1 w r sad demise at tier home on last Saturday woman of beautiful character and Christianjj sition which won the every one who knew her death will bea church as well a4 the community at large Hardesty correspon dent seems to be in close touch with our travels however we are at a loss to know why a young lady should be the cause of any one discontinuing traveling a road way usually it is vice versa However we think our sister correspondent is in the dark as we do net bear Ihe acquaintance of any of the young ladies of Mt Zion who have entered college at Lexington consequently her version of our social position somewhat wrong and to hex we wisn to say Skidoo 23J UNOI 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positiue cure now known to medical tnternitv Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constslutlonal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood mucons surfates of the system aimI by dlstroyinj the foundation of disease and giving the patient strength by ourldin up the constitu tion and assistiug nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faitpt1nits curative powers that they qffcr One Hundred Dollars for any case jit fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney fjo Toledo O Sold by all drusgists 75c Take Halls Family Pills foe consti pation F FMaokville 0Mr T J Graves and daughter Mrs Maggie Slaughter visited thq lome Of Mr William Lear Friday Messrs Will Raybourn and Erastns Case were Springfield on business lasl week Mr J G Howell was in Wifl isburg Saturday Mrs Mary Carter is visiting her uncle Mr John Peter- Mrs Fannie Parks and daugh ter Liz ie of Louisville were called to the bedside of her daughter Mrs Will Arnold who is quite ill at this writing Mr Albert Powell left this morning for Louisville Mrs Lula Wycoff visited her mother Mrs Wm Lear Sunday Dr and Mrs W R Thompson visited the home of Mr and Mrs R B Hatchett Saturday ana Sunday Mr and Mis R R Ishara en tertained a number of their friends at dinner Saturday Miss Margie Isham Beaumont College spentoseveral days withl her parents Mr and Mrs James Isham As tis snowipg so fast today some cf our young people are elated hoping to haye a repeti lion of the fine sleigh rides which they enjoyed week before last- C W Camden and W B Hatchett were in Harrodsbuifi Monday being county court day Mr Stoop Shewmaker of Illinois was called home on the account of the illness of his father Mr Uriah Shevmakert JrM who iis very low at thisi writing Mr and MrsWill Nallv ofr Fenwick visited Mr Walter Shewmaker Saturday and Sun day MrW W Hatchett of Wil more moved back to his farm last week Mr and Mrs Henry Bicker son are visiting relatives in Louisville this week Messrs John and Joe Wycoff of Springfield visited their parents Mr and Mrs John Wycoff Sunday afternoon Miss Mi nervia Raybourn is in Springfield this week Mrs W T Barnett visitedher parents Mr and Mrs Kimberlm of Texas Wednesday Miss Addie Warren of Perry ville is the guest of Miss Lillian Haydon this wepK Mrr M Smith the cashier of the Farmers Bank visited the home of Mr BM Shewmaker Sunday Miss Malvena Wycoff is the pleasant guest of the Misses Yankey this week SMART SET rt toooooo ooooooooooo O OO 0o0on neglectI your cough 0 gStatistics show that in New York Cityg 3lcOoQI And most of these consumptives might 8be living now if they had not neglected the aQ1warning cough Iy You know how quicklyi Scott J 3 Emulsion enables you to throw off- coughor a 0 coldI = ALL DRUCGlSTSt SOc AND 8100 OOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 7 r r Meat Market Having bought out the stand nnd fixtnres of F T Cox I pur pose to run at the same stand a first class meat market and will endeavor to keep the trade supplied with rfll kinds of 1 Green and Salted Meats Fish and Oysters in seasont respiectfully ask a share of the public patronage I Will Sell Strictly for Cash L t BROWN Shop near the Post Office MOOR SVILLE J M Wall sold a 4 year old gelding to Sidney Gordon for for 100 Ed Piles sold a four year old mare to Owen Ellis for 100 Miss Lucy Ann Moore fell Across a stone jar one night last week and is suffering very much from aatde Ed A Boblett purchased from Eramett Settle a tract of land containing 23 acres at 50 per acre Posessipn given Feb 1st 907 There villbe preaching at New Hope church every first and third Sunday at 11 atm and on the the first Saturday at 2 p m Rey Benight has accepted the call and a liberal zalary has been promised him B M Cull and John A Ellis spent Jast Saturday riigDt in BloomfieWJ Some of the members of the A S of Eseem diss ttsfied although four new members ve re enrolled at the last madting which has been changed from the schoolhouse store Of opera house at Mooresvilie Mr Ed Yocum an 1 wife yisited at Tatham Spring last week Miss Mollie Hines a popular school teacher of Booker is pending this week with Mrs P D Moore daughterMargaretwere day last week shopping Mrs Jane Huston of Chaplin sp ent several days last week her parents Mr and Mrs 1Vlth bweeney was a good crbwd out at New Hope church last Sunday Well did the ground hog see his shadow or not1 The sun shown for about tWIiqinutes it was bright at 10 oclobk and at 0 oclock Now does apy one know what time the ground hog made its appearance Nothing will relieve Indleeetlon that Is not thorough digestaut KodoLdigosts what you eat and al lows the stomach to rest recbparnto grow strong again Kodol is a solu tlon of dtsrcstlvc acids and is nearly as possible approximates the digoa tive juices that arc found in the stomach Kodol takes the work of digestion off the digestive organs and while rerfbriuing this work it sell dons greatly assist the stomach to a thorough res j 4u addition th ingredients of Kodol arc such as to make it corrective of the highest efllcienoy and by its action the stow acj is restored to its normal activity and yower Kodol is manufactured in strict conformity wIth the ational Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by t the Red Gross Drug Store ScruL4sviLlo Mr Thomas Scott and wife are rejoicing over the advent of ia bouncing baby boy at their homo Raymond Hullis Mr Jerome Trent and litblo daughtersNora and Marv visi ted Mr and Mrs Lawrence Trent Sunday Misses Anna and Carrie Bishop were guests of Miss Otiio Crouch Sunday Mr and Mrs Tucker Carney attended the sale of Mrs Car- neys brother at Frederickstown last week MissesEffi and Clackie Gor don visited heir sister tvlrj BessiaHardin one day last week Master Austin irvin Nicholson who was very sick llast week is very much improved at this writing Mr and Mrs J WV Baker were guestsof Mr and Mrs H T Scrugg Thursday Mr Jas Burns sold toJohn Jenkins several liead of nice yearling calves Pico not given Mr Henderson Hardin andl daughter Mrs Emma Hardin isud grandchildren Misses Bettie Ollie and Master Ezra are visiting the family of L H Hardin thisweek Mrs J F Reynolds and Miss Sallie K Hendren attended church at Willisburg Sunday Squires Hendren and Gordon were In Springfield on business last week J JI-B reckinri dde- Mr f1 Ed S8gracy7d livered his tObacco at Chaplin the 24th of January Mr John Waldridge iis very ill at this writing Mr A O Anderson delivered his tobacco in the l pool the 21st of January JobnHoman hastakep pcsi JonesofSprmgfiel f Mr CW Romans huckster wagon turned over last Tuesday night between WiHisburg and Long Lick bridge I guess the ground hog saw his shadow Saturday Miss Emma Homari has begun teaching a winter school l I hope theice will freeze thicK enough now for the people to fill their ice housesSMr Decatur Dragoo gave a graphophone entertainment last Thursday night j Mr TBm Efanby sold his tobacco to Mr Moss of your town for 10 cents Mr John Ohesser loaded his tobicco Friday to be delivered in the pool in a few days Mr Charlie Hardm has re turned from Spencer county where he has peen visiting his sick son Mr Tom Hanbv Bought Mr Lloyd Mattingly farm for 2200 Breckinridge School Boy For a111iallnsallL3cIIICaCi Take Orino Laxative E uit Syrup It sweetens the stomach aids diges tion and acts gsa general stiintilent on the liver arid bojvela without ir ritaling those organs Of ino Laxa tiye Fruit syrup cures biliousness and liabitutI constipatio Does nol nause tate or gripe and is mild and pleas ant to take TJcmember the name Orino and r fhstto accept anysub stitute Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store ri TENNESSEE IN LINE METHODpFCONSTRUCTION ADOPTED BY A GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION Ao IlitrliVvar Begun Ilefore Illslit of Vny Secured For Fullr Forty Feet In IVlilth AVhnt tIny Be Done With OOOOItAfter pcrs tent work with the cpun ty olDclnls Cot eight yeajrs past the East Tennessee Good Itoads association has you its Hattie and the work of conf structing highways In Greene county has commenced sass HcJnry n Brown cliHlrman of the oluty highway corn mjssiou writing In the Good Roads MnpHziiii As secretary ot the association I pro lposinl to the court that I would donate to jhe county my services as expert rod builder In the direction of the construction of graded dirt roads If they would purchase the necessary out fit Hiul allow me lo employ a comie tent engineer and foremen The court granted this reqieitand made a direct levy that gave Jus the expenditure of 0000 for grading the roads nd put ting in necessary culverts and bridges My first work was to purchase twenty good mules twelve two wheeled scrap ers a riior plow a road plow a road niKclilnp a road roller and necessary equipment of harness small tools eta ble and sleeping tents and camping outfit We designated first a number of roadsithat we would construct provid ed a forty foot right of way were granted ove such route aJ the road could placed to best advantage on tin oalostgrtlos and at the least cost of lou tnlttjU i Ohe citizens along these various lines formed their com mittees wont to work In earnest and we word Invited to begin work over three different routes Notwithstanding the filet that we have had more rain this season than In any oUter of the last fifty years wo have constructed six nllles of aben ntl fully graded road nowhere exceeding 5 per cent grade with ample tiling culverts and bridges for assuring its permanency Tills roatl loads out from tlie county site and Vlll ultimately ex tend AVarronsburg a distance of Hvonleeii mitos the extreme southern edge of the county After the first six miles of this road was completed thu court ordered a like i ROAD ix an nxE COUNTT TENX BEFOBB- IJIlMOVEMEXT amount for constructing a road from Moslieltif to Houieo on the north side of tile county Our crew Is now at work on that section and expects to finish It lit a short time We are con fident of being able to grade thljty live or forty inilea of road with the 20OQa This object lesson has converted the poople more readily than anything else ever done and the cry now Is Bond the county for 300000 give us the roads at once and let the taxes we are now paying meet the Interest Instead of building the roadsA We begin no +d before the right of way Is fxjcurodfor fully forty feet lu width and for another road four miles long we have asked for sixty feet which Is being rapidly obtained and will build a road not exceeding 2 per cent grade1 t any point Placing a good road where5it should be cutting down the steep hills and giving the farmers an easy pujl Is tho best argu mont that van be put up and when we shall have completed the road In at least live sections of the county lead- Ing toward the county seat there wll be no difficulty in carrying the bond proposition with an overwhelming ma Jorlty We have found on one road considerable gravel that will possibly be suffi clout to macadamize the six miles now graded and we purpose to utilize dur- Ing the winter months our twenty mules nud wagons by having the coun ty convicts haul the gravel and place m the sami1 BURNT CLAY ROADS An Economical Method of Good Hlsh Tar Building Congress some time age established aa office of public roarta which It In structed to conduct experiments and devise methods Improving the roads of the United States The office has done a great deal to drbuse Interest throughout the Tnlted States In the necessity of good roads and has orig mated several means of making good roads economically The latest dig covery Is that of burning clay roads In Mississippi particularlyand Its tributaries sedimentary clays are found very generally says William L Spoon a government road expert In these areas tthere Is little ornosand jftod the clays are ot particularly plea tic and sticky variety These sticky clays are locally kndwn as gumbo ASP CLAY BEAY you STRING nnd buckshot In such localities traffic is absolutely Impossible during the wet season as the wheels of hdavy vehicles will sink to the hub In order to overCome this difficulty the office of public ronds undertook an Investiga tion of the matter Special expert ments were carried on In the labora- toryt to see what could be done tn the way of burning or clinkering these clays so as not only to destroy their plastic qualities but also so far as possible to form hard bricklike lumps which should be capable of sustaining traffic Samples of the material were sent from the Yazoo district In Missis cliqkerInssufficiently low to indicate that simple burning of the lumpy clays upon the road surface by means of open wood fires would accomplish the desired re suit Following these laboratory ex periments it was decided to make experiments on a road qnd It can be stat ed that this experimental road Isprov Ing highly satisfactory Gumbo clay is black owing to the bfgh percentage of organic dt vegeta ble matter it contufns It Is particu larly sticky In its nature and Is almost wholly free from sand and grit After It has been burned however the plasticity Is entirely destroyed and a light cjlnker Is formed which though not particularly haJ Iwhen pulverized forms a smooth surface and seems to wear well It should be understood that not all of the clay out of which the road is to be constructed is to be clinkered but only a sufficient amount should be rendered nqnplastic to neutralize the too sticky character of the native clay Fortunately the gumbo district Is plentifully Covered with heavy timber thus affording an abun dance of fuel While the only experimental burnt clay road constructed by the office was in Mississippi the same methods might be applied with equally good results in the sections of the prairie states that have no other material available for road building pood sound W9das dry and wells asoned as it Is possible to procure should be provided before beginning the work and stacked At convenient In t rills along the side of thlroad About one cord of wdbd has been found necessary for eight linear feet of roadbed twelve feet wide The wood maybe cut either to four eight or twelve foot lengths Brushwood If It is dry as well as chips bark old fence rails and railroad ties coal slack In fact any sort of fuel that can be easily and economically obtained may be used to advantage WIth the cord woodrI Rural Delivery Notes r Morristown Ind boasts of one of the very tow women rural route carriers In Indiana She is Miss Pearl Lane daughter of John Lane One rural free deflvery carrier In Lit tlestown Pa recently found In the mall boxes on his route 120 pennies to pay for unstamped letters deposited with them When the weather Is cold and the sleet bears In the coins freeze to the bottom of the boxes Tbe weary carriers now want Uncle Sam to pro hibit this method ot paying postage George Frock carrier for route No 0 at Hale Mo has purchased an automobile which ho wliruse for deliver ing his daily mail This iis in keeping with the great progressive aga m which we are living all right but It still remains a question whether no automobile can bo successfully OB tho winter roads In the section of Hale The artistic whittier living along a rural delivery route who may construct u letter box of wood with the use of his jackknife and a cigar box will have his pains for his trouble says a Wash ington dispatch Postmaster General Cortolyon recently Issued an order per mUting patrons of rural routes to make their own boxes subject to the approv al of the department It was specified that the boxes should be of iron or steel The Impression however hiaf got abroad bat ny old box will do MAKING GOOD ROADS ncrcn e of Antomoblllni nGheaTrenieiidons Impnls to Task The question of soOt road ranking In tbo United States within the last ten years on account of the olcycle and the automobile has greatly Increased Importance says tho Now York Her aId Jfot only have n great number of tnacadnm roads been built of late but other roads have beets lmproveds by the use of oil so that they give good satisfaction and wear much better than formerly The United States gov ernment has set Itself the task of fig uring the total roads of the country through the medium of the bureau of agriculture anti up to date has figures as follows tile only statistics of the kind ever gathered in this country Alabama 5 XOSO miles Arizona 5987 miles Arkansas 30443 miles Iowa 102448 miles Maine 25528 raises Maryland 10773 miles New Hampshire 15110 miles North Carolina 40 703 miles Oregon 34258 miles Ten nessee 48180 miles Yermont 01812 miles Washington 31902 miles In nil 4C2fHi Wi of rod thpn ireasured r o 4 34B P LAKE iJ Real Estate and lllsuralloej iI F iPropertyZ1I iV i r r i Repetent the best companies mii ij Fire and Life Insurance b J- w i I= Phone 75 SPRINGFIELD JCY 4a e + + IIIIFREE From Isaac Shelby te J C W EtekbtHi ALLOF KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS The FkttThM Th 4r Ptekmc Navfl Ev r IMfI WIIM4 ltI 1The Evealag Post has for several years endeavored to secare pJctares of all Keatvcky KMtuckyfgroupall the presidents of the United States Rulers and Flags of all nations steamship rosstatistical data history of the Japan War also late maps of the Uaited StatM 12ama Canal Eastern and Western Sphere reports of the last three aatkaal itmmand much other historical iafozsation lMenIMNmonths subscription Understand that these rates are by mail oaly aM Uwt tbc ae f a rlptionpricebycarlcroragentlaiocentzpcrweckThe and Use latest etijtloa MIIHt each reader according to the time that it will reach them The Evening Post is first in everything and has the mot State news aa4 WImarket reports For all thli people and against the grafter rIndependefat always For the Home r ii1Jtrl twitittg ifcrt LOUISVILLE KY T Js Special Price on Chart and Evining Post with Wi fvftr V4 i The NewsLeader one year The Vriing Post one year and the WallI Atlasf v ALL FOR S35CK v Address E L DAVISON Jr Sprnqfikl Ky XBB tuitti roaas fii tne connrr7 flSm not yet been figured but It has been estimated that they Tvlll reach at least 3000000 miles A numbet of the states notably New York Connecticut and Maine have legislated to assist counties and towns within their own confines by offering to pay half the expense of roads made new or im proved in a specified manner New road building has beea undertaken In consequence The prosperity of a country is o course dependent In a large degree up onits highways as feeders of the rail ways affording means for people to trade with each other nod to go aijouj Unquestionably the autonYoblllsts Influence for good roads marks a new era whose future can only be guessed at but which may change our methods of living and doing bus In ess as much as the railroads have changed tbeni In the last seventyfive years In the eastern states the tendency is to build hard macadam TOadS with moderate grades To form such a road the ground is dug and plowed to the required shape and then covered with layers of stone the larger stones be ing at the bottom Whenrolted prop erly such a rond is very durable anti If the water courses are designed eec rectly to carry oft the ram it wilt re- quIre small annual repairs In some parts of the west eatth roads have been improved by spraying with oil which not only lays the dust but forms a trust several Inches thick that resists erosion Sand and clay roads have been built In some localities especially south and with proper admixture form a very sat Istactory surface The best roads how ever require a stone basis and this if properly laid should last for ages like the old Roman roads CUB TO STUDY WORLDS H W Hedge Expect e Form U UmS rerwU SocIety For Re earch Homer W Hedge who was one of the prime movers in the organization of the Aerp Club of America of which he is now first vice president as well as one of the organizers of the Automobile Club of America Intends to form a new association fo be knownas the Universal Astronomical society says the New York Times Mr Hedge asserts that he has been promised iv large membership and that the plea has every prospect ot succeeding The new society Is to havens Its ob- Ject the furthering throughout the en tire world of research on astronomical astrological and seismic subjects The headquarters will be Jn New York city but the society wilt have branches In all the countrlesof Europe and in Ja pan Mr Hedge says that he conceited the Idea while on his last ballooning triP He was Impressed with the fact that despite nutomobljt aid balloons the earths Inhabitants were but a very small part of the scheme of things and that very little comparatively was known of the larger things ffn the universe It occurred to him then that America with its many millionaires nOd ag gressiveness mightrtake leading part In aseertaininginore about the relation of the eArth to other planets and of theJ poBsIbllltled tIle future might hold if a and11data Qcle11tyWorthy of RM eei- I found my waiterthe waiter who serves me my luricheipia at a t d writown 1Qstnurant in there wIthii his beat girl dining said the exchange broker as he came back to his table nt the hotel I wish yourJ could have seen him He was magnificent Did yaw speak to himIfeJkSQbhii companion Well 1 should say so the brok 1 morelImoney than Ida ew p 5 t Harness t t BepUk Neatly and done by afi enced workman i Charges Rwo ble Gen B Taylor New Way TtkliaI- m new way ot iag the tels oae rappoMil to kav Wea Mt p k bj of the many gjijitfth craata WM ers cosceraed with Iceefitif eteMel 9nps walch Is to pr M tise r c TlMtthe chest instead el HId it dIM to tthe teout aid talklag In tbt Mnal way the voice it Is elaims4 Mnc carried perfectly ito new ystt popular la Philadelphia says the PbLip Ua Record The liss clothbw there is between the chest aM the rt8 er the better but It tlw prtsswt W Ira thtf asual amount of ireariag sri It di hu i does sot Interfere The Ml entlflc explanation ot this ptaMisMpoa9 Is flwtitbe sounds of the vs4ee wMek are made in the tare eirM Ijr the bones M tHy MW bebyaass4i- ngIrnrd UTamp Madam ckn you Mipi poor man with a ewelevfichildren at hom- ehousewifeAre you very meedy Needy is no word for it issaas- I couldnt see the little ones STif rso I left them to ask the Msiitaae of Ihecharitablt Did you leave home odyr No maam It will be seven years tomorrow Cant yoo kelp a man who wanta to surprise lus little onesV t5L TMniMk fcw ttby TrwWe Mi I L- Xsw T r otFill a bottle or common glftM witk yo r water and letit stand UingiatiicMsa iiskeltbt coo dttkwoftkekJd MIst if itfUias ir HMfltit ic gvkknc uf kid MY trMibte f too fii faetit d Mre OIiippitt in HM beck it alsoco1vinc npr that tM ki4esy and bladder are out jpf order WbMThSThere hCCoctiAtMkIMtWWce- often i so expressed that Dr Xslmsr SwampRoot the rrpat kidnny fwiwdy fulfills every wish w cisgrhsoRtaoI pain in the bsck ktlsoysIivr bia4ter- alld every part of the anaswy It corrects inability to lti5 water aad scalding pain in pMaiuc it C M4 effects following Me of loooc 1GC Jjeer4 aad overcoww U ilpjiiuiirtj cessity of bring c mglp to go sites during the day aW H iI 1IP times during Ute1dCw The usdd the axdisoefft ol- s hool rea1ize It ttalMlc the g1tfor its wotKJulul cures 4Il the meet di- aretng cases If yosi Me a Eedkes- otl 111KMitdhaeueMIt o1ct by1I itsis fiftycent al it1O1lmt ss- Yosi may yea ssmpS bottle sod ook that tells all boitjtboUatfrsy Xit Ca 3i ftswftiguV Wbe- Trrhfe usssqg TPKntkm this paperaai sJii sake any lsiV Cibat remembertJae same Dr Kilmer SwEnpRQQt1Cud J c1d5lrcIs 51DQJI9UJ1i y rt vDRJM BURTON Rli4lDENT DENTIST jTEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN 1 OqioiHiga Blocki up stairs k SPRINGFIELD KY I i iiJ A11I Dental Firstclass Work Strictl i3r lpvjr C A1UDlji i Phticciw md Snrgeoii J Office hours 8 to 9 am 6 X Ito2pmt 3 3Oftces ver Haydons Drugstore 5 =i T iT JM1 tampion M D Office in Open House 0 Of HceFhone 0 Residence 0 38 q WFIGRIGSBY- ArTORNEYATLAW t rr Otice oven Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD K4ij t J B R6BABDS M W HYATT RGBARDSHYATT Physicians M Snr eons Office over C W Hagans gro cery opposite Presbyterian church i ry Rayi PlYSKIANMO SURGEON 6fficeoyer Havdon obertc ions iDrufc Store I h JiI Phones I Office 155 I Residence 172 JJOON Y MAKES FUNERAL uiHECTOR UD tICENSED EMBALM R TELEPHONE DfV tfg NIGHT 74 SFRfflGFIELD KT Ralroad Schedule C olloiving is the time schedule now in effect on the BardstowD and Springfield branch railroad i No 41 Leayes Louisville at I41O pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives sJt Springfield 645 pm No 42Leaves Springfield at fi30m Bardstown 617 am JBards own Junction 705 am Arrives at Louisville 755 am N048Leaves Louisville att 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am ptarrives at Springfield 1240 pm- No44Leavesf Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pD1 e arrive at Louisville 545 prinl 4 aNa 90 Sundays onlyLeavts SSprintie1d at 715 am Bard town 8 am Bardstpwn Junctipn 845 am arrives at Louisville 985am rifo 91 Sundays onlyLeaves r LouigVilleat 6 pm Bardstown JunctioD 650 pm Bardstown T753 pmr arrives at Springfield J as 825 Pro I Ii TOttO Shippers We wish to state to our friends the tobacco growing IItnoughOUt sections that we are not connect- I ed directly or indirectly with + C any other warehouse of ware house company We conducta Strictly Inde pendent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business and res solicit your patronage rfetfullyCA BRIDGES Co Proprie tors Picket Tobacco Warehouse LouivilleKY40Smo FRESH BREAD l ROLLS AND CAKES f Baked Dally t i Always good always fresh We vhave a Baker who is an ark tist at making god things t Six Laves of Bread for 25c Hertliens Confectionery THE rEXAS WONDER Ii Cures all Kidney Bladder andj Rheumatic troubles slId bj 41L druggists or two months l treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive swee t Pi VBt Louis Send for Kentucky f stimonials L 7 rj Insuranc 1 tlIiwure in the Farmers Hdtne 4iiiiraice Company of Junction i tJI1Ky the only company in j the jBUt that makes any claim ol pitying its losses in tullrj t oowwoo tii i TOWN I Local Happenings oT Interest The Freshest and Latest AliAboutvourseir Friends and Acquaintances jM SALE A sow and f IIFOR Dr John DebQ urlr1 postoffice atJensontoii iis to be discontinued on Feb 15 iRenewyo subscription for 1907 arid gpttta good npgazine free FOR SAtE 4 Seven 30pound shoats W J Smith IK F D No 5 Springfield Ky FOR RENT Two rooms over wI T Leaphmaus store En quire of IL Searcy v FOR RENT Two rooms secondf floor of Peoples Bafik building Heat light and water furnished FOR SALEA sow and seven pigs Also twelve shoats that Will weigh about 125 pounds E Fv Donelly jWANEDA colored farm hand married man preferred T J MILLER Willisbirg Ky The foltowJtg marriage li censes were issued by the county clerk this week Baker Spalding and Rosa Mattingly Obe Phillips and Nancy Mattingly Now is the time to use Sem pre Giovine face cream on the theiest Cures chapped skip tetter etc Sold by Miss JosfieT LeaI Springfield Kyr OFFICEHQURSflr J C Mudd announces theffollowing office hours 8 to 9 am andlto 2pmHe can aPway Qe found at his office during those hpursJ TEXAS TTEjyiSrV fR Coca nougher bouhin Lebanon a pair of mules fur 250 Pope Lawrpnce sold a horse to Bob Mayesfor 120 Torn Lawrence sold a horse to Lee Goode forJ125 S If you have trunks hops hold goods or other articles to be trausfered you will save time money and vorry by calling on the Springfield Transfer CpI Depot phone22 J L ALLEN Prop Rev vV T Overstreet had the misfortune to loseliis fina uggyj mare While en route ttoj Beech land to perform his past i11 duties the animal became afflicted with colic and died shortJ there afterDanville Herald Anyone desiring a goood inilk cow will do well to call at E5j Mayes barn and pick out one from a cat lo diot which has been brought on from Ten nessee by Mr HR Thompsonr Some choice cows are offered aT reasospablfe prices lITffe Board of Supervisors of taxes for this county has finished work onthe assessment ot prop erty valuations of the county The increase in the valuution as fixedby the Supervisors over the assessors figures is 217000 The increase over the assessment of last year is aboutf522000 For a limited time we sil1 make the following offer We will send the News Leader and the Louisville Daily Herald and that popular magazine Our Country all for one year for Two Dollars This applies to renewals and to new subscribers as well j yi IAt a meeting of the Directors of The Central Bank on Satur day February 4th Dr WVT Hyatt was unanimously elected President to succeed lIrWS Gibos who resigned on account of leaving the community having sold hisfarm to Mrb John Colviu who will ihovcCin about March 15th Mr Gibbs going to McElrby place between Springfield and Lebanon RevR E C Lawsoq will as sume his duties aspastor of the Prebyte nan church the first Sabbath in March He expects to arrive here on the 28lh inst The church is very fortunate in securing the services of so able a minister and as this is Mr Lawsons second experience as pastor of this churcn he comes not asa stranger but as an old friend to his homel Mr Hanson Robertson a popular young farmer of the Texas ntighborhood was taken to Cin cinna this week for treatment in a private san tadUltl for mental trouble Some time ago Mr TOPIGS I- Mqc I IJ Robertsons eyes became affec fted and he finally lost his fyej sight entirely Recently his mind has become deranged He jiis an industrioas your farmer and hass family His many friends will learn with regret of his sad affliction Clear complexion bright eye and good digestion come from using Miona stomach tablets Moriey ack if thoy fail to give satisfaction This is the way the Rei Cross Prug Store sells them Dr J H Lamptoo has re ceived a copy of a report gotten out by the Prudential Life Insurance Co in which the work of its agents throughput the country is reviewed Dr Lam tonss son Dinwiddie Lampton of Louisville although quite young in the business has a SUCCpss1fLjfe 0 Mr William Medley the expert book keeper for the Ken tucky Supply Company has handedj in his resignation to take effect the middle of February He will go tq pwensbord to keep bOOk for his fattier who operates one of the largest distilleries at that point and manufactures the famous Ken lucky Club Mr Medley has made many friends since com ing to Danville who will regret to know of his iintended change of location His successor has not been chosen Danville Herald Little Julia Muir daughter of Mr and 1frsD Wells of Lebanon narrowly escaped a horrible death by fire Monday mornin Mrs Wells had re moved the fire screen and fender from the grate and had taken out the ashes While out the child turned her back to thefire and her clothing was ignited Miss Sadie Mayes who is visit ing Mrs Wells was in the room and threw a blanket around the child and smothered the flimes The little ones back ana arms were badly burned and the hair QQ the back of her head burned off Mrs Wells in her attempt to smother the flames war badly burned oDthe y hands Misg MayesJ hands wtere jslightlyl burped also- HamiltonHamilton A weddirnrijhat was quite a surprise to their friends occurred in Louisville Wednesday morning at St Mary Magdalens church The contracting par ties were Miss Mary Hamilton and Dr S F Hamilton both of the Frederickstown neighbor- hOod Rev Father Pieters pastor of the Catholiq church at Frederickstown a pcompanied the young people to Louisville and performed the ceremony Miss Hamilton is the daughter Of Mrs Sallie Hamilton and is an accomplished young lady Dr Hamilton is ason of Mr Alex Hamilton and is a young man of sterling qualities and enjoys a lucrative practice in his pro fession They will return to Frederickstown today To The Public Jt was with regret that I tendered my resignation as Presi dent of Central Bank of Willis burg Ky But having sold my farm at that place and naving purchased one in the south end of the county I could no longer do justice to the institution as President But It gives mo great pleasure to say the bank tisi in a most prosperous condition and its deposits are growing rapidly hence I heartily recom mend it to the public asa safe and trustworthy institution as it iis managed by a directory of good financial business men This Feb 4 1007 WSGmBs House For Sale A nice four room cottage on East Main Street All modern improvements For particulars nq are of Luther A Burns Piles of people have Piles Why suffer from plies when you can use DeWitta irbolfeed SWitch Hazel Salve and get relief Nothing else so good Bevrare of imitations See that the name is stamped on each box Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store 1mVALL MILLINERY I ownIIMust go now at your price Come in and take your choice or the few leftj will be reserved IIyour IiIiOppoaite First National KNOTTiBank and Postoffice oooo A Sad Death Mrs Elizabeth Davis Williams wife of Dr Rodman Williams and daughter of Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale died at her bome at Litsey on last Saturday jnorn ing at 11 oclock from a bowel trouble a complication it is thought which was the effects of a severe spell of typhoid fever from which she suffered last fall The deceased was a young woman of a most lovable character She was a particular favorit among the good people of the Pleasant Grove neighborhood where she had spent Her life nd indeed was admired for her sterling qualities of character wherever she was known Mrs Williams was bornon Nbvembei 23 1882 and in June 1905 wass married tcrDr Rodman WilUams She united with the Pleasan Grove PresbyleHan chuVch at the age of eighteen and was 8 devoted and consisten Christian Mr and Mrs VanArsdale and the family have the sympathy oJ the entire community in their bereavement as the death ol Mrs Willirfnas adds the third daughter who lias answered the last call within the past two years IThe funeral took place Iron the Pleasant Grove church on Monday and was conducted ny the pastor ReyW T Overstreet The remains were laid to rest in the Grove cemetery v PEASONlAL Mr Gilbert Carpenter was in Lebanon Monday H R Thompson returned Saturday night from Tennessee Mr Moigarftbf Cuba is lheiguestofMr E O McCarty Harry Th Shader was here this week onhis regular business trip Messrs John and Henry Peterson of Texas are in Louis yule this week buying goods r Mr Jacob Kiniberlin the well known sarmer and trader of the Texas neighborhood is quite sick Mr P T Kelrov a former Washington county citizen who has been makiug his home iri Louisville for several years was here last week on business Mr Hewitt Craycrof r of Chicago is here visiting his sisters and other relatives Mr and irs Clarence Van Arsdale Mrs Louis VanArsdale and Mrs Walter Forsythe ol Harrodsburg were there M nday to attend thfe funeral of Mrs Davis Williams Mrs Sallie Shaunty of Fred erickstown left Tuesday tc visit her sen James in Hanni balM Mr Oscar Curry accompanied Mr and Mrs Nelson io San An tonia Texas where he hopes to be relieved of severe bronchial trouble by that salubrious climate Messrs Evan Hagafl iE O McCarty CV Hagan and 1Morgan were In Lebanon Sunday Messrs Willie Greene and Will Sekcman were in Louisville Sunday Mr J B Price of Owensboro who has been visiting his brother Mrs C L Price here is visiting in Lebanon and Chicago for a tew days Mrs Miller and little son of New Hope have returned home alter a visit to Dr and Mrs Trusty Miss Stewart has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to MissFrancisM rtin Aunt Alary Thompson has been quite sick sick with ndi jestion the past week She is relievee of the suffering but is in a very weak condition And on account of her extreme age her rinds are apprehensive of serious results Mr Glave Goddard of Har- rods burg was here Wednesday Miss Margaret Edelen is visiting her uncle Mr George Edelen near town Rev Tad lock of the Presby teri n Seminary Louisville preached two interesting sermons here Sunday Mr George L Wharton is out tagain after an attack ofgrip Mr George Medley of Owens boro is at hOm with his family for a visit Dr George Shaqnty of Lou- Isville visited his mother and sisters at Frejericks own a few days the past week and was a guest of fpends in town a short while Mr W L Smith of Louisville is here this week business Mr Robert Montgomery who has been veny ill with heart trouble is reported somewh improved 1TdMisses Myrtle Bessie and Pearl pampbell have returned from a visit to Indianapolis and Louisville f Mr Guthrie Wilson of Nelson countv who is a member of the State Board of Agaiculture was here the first of the week on business New1HopeLebanon are guests of Mrs W F Tiusty Miss Ida Claybrdbke has re turned from Bloomfield where she visited her sister Mrs John Offutt Clifton James H and Mary Tailor ofMajile Hill lire bO1ri ing with Mrs George Tock rand attending school- MissoCatberine Spalding of Lebanon is a guest of Miss Bertha Haydon Mr Sanford Van frsdale of Owensboio was called here last week by the illness and death of bis sster Mrs It H Williams i Mriand Mrs Arthur Mudd ex peqt to leave next Monday for Fort Scott Kansas where Mr Mudd will be employed in rail road woi k 9 rwliand Mrs Howard B Nelson left Tuesday for Texas wjiere they expect to spend cities1prospectin manpntily Iccating in that state Mr jJNelson has been identi6ed with tHeTliusiness interests of the town and county fora number fI years and has made many here who hope he andfriendsI Nelson will cbuclude isno better place to live than in old Kentucky Physicians Notice The physicians of Washington county devoted their last meeting to n discussion of the irolCul9f the betterment of the profession and of the means necessary to properly equip themselves individually and collect velyjto do better work and tp give their patients a higher class of service Medical science is advancing more rapidly than any other branch of human knowledge A medical book over live years old is out oij date Instruments awl appliances are con stantly improving Time was when a pair 8f saddle pockets and a lancet andafev needles made up the doc tars outfit today an elaborate and expensive equipment is a necessity Itfis our opinion that the chief ob stack to theaverage physician prop A Car Load of Milk Cows I have just returned from Tennessee with a car loadof first class Jersey milkcows which IIwill sell reasonable Anyone desiring a good milker will do well to Ilook at this lot They can be seen at the barn of E S Mayes Jr near town O THOMPSON Its Worth g traveling a long distance to have your teeth extracted L Wlthgut Pain or Danger jJi- bs m = All work guaranteed ib p LGCRUMEDD S w 0 Bardstown Ky p q m 3 a 3 3 erly equipping himself for the best class of service of which he is capa ble iis the lack of means We live in an age of high prices Everything vve ealand wear comes higher than few years ago while the prices for physician services in this county are lower than formerly In view of these facts we have fixed on schedule of prices which will make a slight in crease in our income though with the exception of the increased price per visit in the town of Springfield it is the same rate that wasin opera tion here aJew years ago It is our opinion thatit is to the interest of every individual in the county to see to it that his physiciafa tis properly equipped to do good upto date practice Your lives and the lives of your families depend on this You do not see many rich doctors Men grow rich in every other line of occupation but iifi a doctor has made enough to support his family and keep up his library arid office equip mentto thehigh water mark he can be counted success You have seen no doctors In this couuty grow rich We stand as we have always stood ready to do our share of charity No sufferer shall say ot us that he has called on us in vain But charity aside the laborer is worthy of his hire and the class of work the doctor is doing should merit more than a niere living The following is the schedule of JOrdinaryof Springfield SI150 Up to and including one mile 150 Over one mile and up to and includ ing two miles S200 Qver two miles and up to andX in cluding three Snd one half miles 250 Over three and Qne half and up to and incJuding five raises 300- Overfive miles the rate shall be one dollar for fIrst mile and flftycentsJ for each additional mile thereafter Night vwtts shall be ong and one t half the amount of ordinary day visit The minimum fee for consultation j shall be 10 The minimum fee for obstetric case shall belO Each subsequent visit shall be charged at regular schedule rate Office visits Physical examination 2 Office treatment 5100 WASHINGTON Go MEmcAiSociET REPORT OF THE CONDITION O1i THEr FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP SPRINGFIELD rAt Springfield in the State of Ken tucky at the close of business January 2G 1907 NO1767 EEOSoeces Loans and Discounts 23811388 Overdrafts secured and un secured 9099C5 U S Bonds to secure cir culation 5000000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 500000 Due from National banks t not reserve agents V 93512 Due from State banks and bankers 493299 Due from approved reserv ed acents 2199739 Notes of other National banks 5200 Fractional paper currency- nicklesandicemB 5058 LAWFUL MbNEY RESERVE IN BANK VIZ Specie 81052150 Legaltnlder notes 5925001644050 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 250000 7 Total 34959011 IjIIjIT =E Capital stock paid in 5000000 Surplus fund 2750000 Undivided profits less ex J penses and taxes paid 434920 National Bank nots out standing 50OOOiOO Duo to other National banks 14803 Due to State Banks and Bankers 252068 Individual deposits subject to check 15141992 Time certificates of deposit 2950450 Notes and bills redis counted 309173 Bills payable including cer tificates ot deposit for money borrowed 8000 00 Reserved for taxes 76199 Liabilities other than those above stated 100000 Total S 059011 STATE or KENT ucKf or WASP INOTONvSS 1 A C McElroy Cashier of the above imiuud bank do solemnly swear that the alJOostnwl1lontls trueto the best of my lino w lodge and belief A C McElror Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me tbiJ 4th day February 1907 C M McCHORD Notary public CounECT Attest JoHN lD W LEWISttDirectors- 1HM AGFJi This is to certify teat all druggists are authorized to refund your money ifI Foleys Honey and Tar falls to ourc vour conffh or cold It stops the cough heals the lucas and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumon ia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is In a yelio package Refuse s bstxtnest SqRTili by The Red Cross Drug Store Qai- 1We t I D0 rtljjI Garry Over r iloj J iJ t x Anthing that wijlseIl andfJconsequently will rpake S I Special iediedPiliso t On all Winter Goods in our store If you haenot bought your winter Suitor Overcoat now is your r opportunity We will give you a bargain as long k as they last 1 Bargain afew s Cbdrei7s f troksIi t- Whictie at iti 1 Gooct Buggy Robe iGRUNDY MeINTIREi- c l 1 UCKEYE LEAF TOBACCO WAREUOUSE 717 stWaterSt Cincinnati Ohioarrt V W A BRADFORD 1 NtJBradford t Tandy Quisenberry INDEpENDENT z r oes a strictly commission business Interest of patrons ea dlly guarded months free storage Wegive to ll1p t to u5indrfor bosignders l50 per hogsbead qualize freight Louisville We respectfully vir Phone L Vi1r llilii ti liWiWi VwWW j W Livery andSa1e Stb1e 4 r2 h wJj PARKS 4 S SIMMS Jriet Srtl t on Steet net to Yards r Horses Bought and SoW f at 200 Commission Anv desiring a for any purpose give us a ca1lrW can supply you or If a horse forsale we can find you a J- it iyou HORSES AW RIGS c 5 1l BYON PARKSJ E CJ WILL R SIMMS fI 1 m mm m e itPOOO J JO V CLOSE w I ATTENTION ww 3 Is what I to all 1 brought me and as I am able to 13 iJaW GUARANTEE SATISFACTION If have a or We have in this 4 I ti f t wish to cldse l 5 iLet Ds 11 You CO A tez Three all tobacco with solicit USlttlT Main 2681 Od7 Located Doctor Marks Greens Lumber J I one horse should pave buyer 4LSO HAVE FOR HIRE JzJt give wort result you watcn Sale cos clock to mend or wish your EYESIGHT CORRECTED by if- J perfectly fitted glasses I am prepared to wait on you tfW Jas J Graves tiff ifi izVii Main Street opposite Presbyterian church ij w t Pi4jfhilAitfTYiJ plo ciI In 1895 we built our first factory TodaY we own and operate 5 large factories and make more fine shoes than any Other House in the West This fact is a guanintee to you that Diamond Brand Shoes are rightin eVery tVa IOur supremacy r inufacturesof fine shoes 4js5 assurance that the cheaper grades of Diamond 1 Brand shoes possess equal superiority over other lines at the same prices jj- DEALER mJli jfe m 1 PIJIAJlOND MJNIlIQt ff iI fI 4 ENS WEMAKE MORE MAr th TEA ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TilE WEST 1 OIL IN ROAD WORK i EXPERT BELIEVES IT EXCELLENT FOO HARDENING NDY HIGHWAYS r Ct g Abut Ometklrd That of r e r I300 Per Mile Srq jKMMM P1ele SeveraX Practical f Vr 4 eh 4RoadakIng with oil I believe to a com erclaljraccess which will In t i tIle be feaeraiij adopted In improv lag the sandyrpads of the stlltett V This is tiftLfljilnlon Professor Albert t Dickens of theKansas State Agrlcul jffvC vturat college the man who for the past ear has been assigned to the work of expending the 2500 appropriated by the last legislature for the purpose of experimenting in oil roadmaklng gave the Topeka Journal The cost of oiling a sandy road Mid Professor Dickens while the guest tot F DCobuni secretary of the state K board of agriculture will be about I 1200 a mile Some roads will cost wore than others This Is only about v onethird the cost of macadam and where stone Is not plentiful Is much less than a third pWe have constructed oil roadways In four different parts of the state Our most extensive experiment was near Garden City where we oiled a w little over a mile of road The sandy 4 x aolf absorbed vast quantities of oil cPour carloads were put into the road way with a sprinkling cart At Hutch lnsoh we made nearly a mile of oil road and we built short stretches at Manhattan and Maple Hill Whether the oil In the roadways V will havia to be renewed remains to he een Of course there are certain por f tlons of the oil which are volatile and rwill pass Oft Into the air But we use for this piling only the reavy residuum blpeft after the kerosene and gasoline hare been extracted This oil Is thick and heavy and works better than thin H a Up at Manhattan the people who wn fast horses were so well pleased with the oilrpad that they have oiled the race tziandciaim that It makesI their track drib of the best In the state t C Qut at Garden City where the sand is probably as heavy as any place In Ithe state the oil experiments are watched with the greatest Interest vtEhe whole of western Kansas will be l benefited greatly If the oil road comes Tt X fto general use There Is a rich l farming country tributary to Garden O city which Is at times almost cutoff from the town because of the heavy 4 8andpin the roads The roads are so bad hatt a horse cannot haul more- than ten jiflshels of wheat at a load i The farmers living near Garden JI City and the merchants In the town I are talking of oiling the main roads leading to this tributary country so that the farmers can como Into town 1i Vegardless of the sand t We have found that narrow tired jnragons cut up the road badly after It has been ailed while the wide tired w ijons tend to make Jt more solid and ft flrmi This Is of course true to a great extent of the effect of hetIron ordinary roads legislatureVI j fatipn foieiLroad experiments In order fi hiit tjMts tnay be made In irther por tions ofthestate and establisfi fully j the praCOcablUryof this method of good roads making S CALL FOR NATIONAL ROAD ItS Appeal to Have Famous highway- Rebellt by the Government The National Good Roads assocla r lion with headquarters In St Louis Ihns sent out the following appeal toI motorists says the New York Ameri can The National Good Roads assoda tion Is a powerful force for good and slts work Is accomplishing results In all parts of the United States It Is en gaged ln many things that will bene fit the people One of the great schemes it has In riilnd and which it has set about to accomplish is the re pair and rebuilding of the great na f tional road across Maryland Pennsylvania West Virginia Ohio dud IndII annSThat memorable road was Intended to be one of the highways between the Mi eail and the west before railroads were j3impwn It was built at great expense v costing the federal government over o OOOand during the early days t was aptamous highway over which J i thousands traveled every week When t railroads came into existence the na tipnal road was neglected and today lt is only a skeleton of what It once t was It Is propoled toreUulld It nod the Natipnal Good Roads association has+4 nttSertakeu to have it done by the gov ernmenL The length of the road is a abobt 700 miles and it can be rebuilt for less than 7000000 That Is abput the cost of one good battleship and we ute building lots of them The appro I f prlation of that sum to make this plu road across live states would dtf as much good as the average battleship for not one such ship in ten will ever get In a fight Then when the old rid has been put in good shape to the Sils- slssippi river It may be that the price of about three other battleships will set aside to buNd the road to the Pav cJtic const One first class continuous highway- pf TCrdss the continent would be a great L tiling Many tf traveler would spend two or three months goingand coin x Ing by team bicycle automobile or otherwise It would be easy for the nation to do a thing like this 1905 inOOOO Americans visited Europe mid for the privilege of going over the first class European roads paid ovorOIIN1i Why Refer to Doctors Because we make medicines for them We tell them all about Ayers Cherry Pectoral and they prescribe it for coughs colds bronchitis con 1 uMpioL They trust it Then you cm afford to trust it Ask your own doctor- Tli btJdMef tHtlmoaial aew ir oversixty Tears S1IC Ayse erewn XaoH s itas r SAPWA- ULLAqerS NLLS Jif1L w Mv no ieretsl We pubUlh th bna1lall or all ourme41cIDeL CherryPsctor r i w F rBACKAcHETI 1 eelI wrote you for advice1riteLea Hagood of Sylvia Tenn about my terrible backache and monthly pains in thy abdomen and shoulders I had suffered this vtffy nine years and five doctors had failed to relieve me On your advice I aook Wine of Cardui whicifat once relieved my pains and now4 I arh entirely cured Ir am sure that Cardui saved my life It is a safe and reliable remedy for all female diseases such as pen odical pains irregulari ISty draggig down sen sations headache dizziness backache etc I At Every Drug Store irt 100 bottles Tryit II LW1NE OF TIED BOY TO TREE AND LET HIM FREEZE An Inhuman Stepmothers Alleged Cruelty Costs a Child Both of ills 1aLesI The authorities of Jefferson county In northern New York have just had their eyes opened ton case of inhuman cruelty that happened nearly a year ago and which through some mysterl Otis means has been kept under cover ever since A small boy named Leon TUft has suffered the amputation of both legs as a result of being tied to a tree and UilY MOTHEBTIED UK TO A TBEE left to freeze by Jhly stepmother At lleast that is the explanation given by the boy and the authorities believe him The amputation took place some time ago and the boy has been out of the hospital and back to the county or phanage for several months Just how a case of this nature could escape at- tentIon so long no one seems able to explain but District Attorney Pitcher has taken the matter up wjth a deter- minatIon to probe the case to the bot tom and beforelie gets through some persons well thought of In northern New York may find themselves charged with conspiracy If It hadnt been for the annual visit of the county supervisors to the or phan asylum the case wouldnt have come out even at thjs late day They saw the legless boy sitting in a chair unable to move and asked him out of Sympathy how he happened to lose his limbs My mother tied me to a tree and left me there snd the boy The supervisors were up in arms In ai minute They hail assembled from all parts of the county Tind they knew that no such case had ever received the attention of tile authorities The boy went on to shy that he lived at Ellisburg with his father and qtep mother and that be hafl had to take the brunt of the womans spite ever since children of her own came Into the woiId Ht was last February and a cold day too when she tied me outdoors toa tree said the lad hadnt done nothin to get such punishment fore After the boy hud remained in the cold for several hours the woman re lapsed him When it was found his feet and legs were frozen his father and stepmother took him to a Water townhbspltal and left him there Then th disappeared He has never heard fromHhem since MAIMS HIS ONLY ARM BY FALLING Worst Mutilated Soldier Consoled by Fact That Neck Is Still Whole Cherokee Bill the worst mutilated soldier living has broken his arm the onjy one hejias Bill lives jat the Soldier home in the suburbs n Washing ton He started as an Indian fighter In the Eighth cavalry Some thoughtful Indian gave him a perfect scalping which Bill humorously refers to as the original Cherokee strip Bill also la minus one lleg and one aqn and Is covered with wounds and scdrs The leg which assists hi Bills support shows seventeen bullet wounds After his discharge from the regular army Bill enlisted in through riders and saw service in CubiT under President Rodsevelt The triuiniing up of his physical being wasthen completed- As the result of participating In the peaceful pastime of falling on the side walk Bill is now nursing a broken atm He soys he is glad he has yet to realize the sensations of a broken neck Boy of Three Sent to Jail Great excitement was caused allover Switzerland when the news get abroad that the criminal judge at Welnfelden in the canton of Thurgo via had sentenced a child of three rears to tarsa and a iialf inpttia im FREE ADVICE Write us a letter describing all our symptoms and we will send you Free Advice In plain sealed envelope Address Ladles Advisory Department Tbe Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenti J13 CAR DUIJ pnsonmeuc The child while passing a toy shop wasattrnctejd by some toys dangling in trOut of the Entrance did took two of them home he said in the court for his little sister who had no toys The child Is so small that lIe had to be carried into the courtroom and after he was sentenced a bulky po liceman took him screaming to the jail GIRLS CLEVER COUP Becomes a Bride at Surprise Birthday Dinner TURNS THE TABLES ON FRIENDS Nhis Violet D Conrad Iltnrlns of Their Plan Antoiilnbeii QnentM by Marrying nt Hotel Where Dinner- TVn Given 1 Girl With Anicel Face Capping the climax of a birthday surprise party given for lieV the other night in tile Hotel Knickerbocker nt New York Miss Violet Blossom Con rad daughter of the late Major Cas per H Conrad of the Eighth United States infantry turned the Cables on her Assembled friends by being mar- rIed then and there to Charles RIdgley Ellicott says the New York Herald Their wedding ceremony was per formed by the Rev Henry M Warren chaplain of the hotel who had bceii invited to the birthday party as one of the personal friends of Mr Elllcotl MIssxConrad was twentythree years old the other day Her mother de sirens of giving her a pleasant birth day surprise told Mrs Jenkins wife of Colonel John M Jenkins a few weeks ago to quietly invite twenty of Miss Conrads closest friends to a din nor party to be held on the night of her birthday anniversary Strict secrecy was enjoined of every one Mrs Jenkins included among those whom Bile invited to the party Mr Ellicott who became secretly engaged to Miss Conrad several months ago Calculating that as surprises were to be the order of the evening It was bet ter to have a great big surprise than a minor one Mr Ellicott tout his fiancee of the plan on the part of her friends to give a surprise birthday dinner to her and suggested to her that they might turn the tables In a splendid manner by springing a surprise of their own on the party This was to be the announcement of tthjeir engagement followed immediately by their mar riage Plans were laid accordingly and Mr Ellfcott asked permission of those who Were arranging the surprise birthday dinner to bring with himAll oUt col lege mate who had Just arrived ip New York from abroad The umti so characterized was Dr Warren At 8 oclock ou the night of the surprise party lu accordance with the plan Miss Conrad was summoned to the Hotel Knickerlwcker under tile prei tense of attending a small Informal dInner party In tile secret she went to the hotel and upon being ushered into one of the private parlors met Mr Ellicott and hpr assembled friends She simulated great surprise when showered with congratulations on her birthday and told that the dinner anti gathering were in her honor Mr Jenkins had been let Into the young couples secret a few minutes before und with Miss Conrad and Mr Ellicott was waiting near a door lead ing to the private dliilng room Suddenly at a signal the door opened and Dr Warren with Albert J Field as best man walked In Miss Conrad and Mr Ellicott Joined hands and as the others of the party looked on in amaze nrtnt the ceremony was performed After more congratulations tub en tire party walked out tb the dining room aft musicians concealed behind puljtos played the wedding march from Lohengrin Miss Conrad the bride who uutithiter marriage has lived in New York was born at Fort Randall S D where her father was In command at the time She was known then as tho daughter of the regiment and both her brothers being captains In the army has since her debut been a figure at the military balls in Washington She was formal ly introduced into society there a few years ago at a reception given for herb Mrs Nelson A Miles Among those who attended the surprise party and wedding were Major General Wade and several other army ottlcets and their wives Because of her rare beauty Miss Con rad has been characterized as the girl with the angel face by such urg Ists and sculptors as Blashflold Al phonse Muehu Daniel French Ander son nruJ hll tie In Bhishfleids panel Progress In the stutehouse at Des Molnes In Miss Conrad is represented as a trlpllclty of angels Her taco tins been also done In marble by French In the statue symbolic of Amer- Ica on the new customs building in New York tier father Major Conrad a hero of El Caney anti Santiago died aboard the United States army transport Oli vette on 3tug lu 1898 Charles Ri Ellicott Is lhirtyslx years old and a son of H William Ellicott of BaIt More He owns largo mining Interests in tlvo we1g J trtfIMT23a9aonQnn poohqvlwndanu9 v tL 1uvaM 1 T I I vv WRIREE tFFER We have sectored a limited number of subscriptions to one of the best magazines published in the South which we will give Absolutely Freewith each new subscriber the NewsLeader and to each re newal or old subscriber who pays up and pays one in year in advance I OUR COUNTRY Is aMonthly Magazine published at Louisville and is an attractive illustrated Magazine andis ably- edited We will furnish the NewsLeader and OurCountry one year for Address E L DAVISON Jr Publisher SPRINGFIELD KY r A MATTER OF BUSINESS The Lesson a Vegetable Vender Taught a Dazed Woman Onlii single cabbage remained of tliQ wagon load of produce with which the huckster had started in It was a good lead and the keen witted huckster was alive to the chance of soIling it although the hour was late 1s he glanced from side to side df the street seeking a purchaser says a writer in the Now York Sun he was hailed 1 DIn a doorway by a housewifes cry What arc you selling Whoa TIjllsaid the vender to his horse and to the prospective customer he called Only one cab bage left missus Is it a gopd one 2she asked from the curb Sure as goods any ever came from Jersey How miicli dojou wait for it 1 Its worth n dime fady but I want to sellout so you can have it for 1After1 the huckster a nicI The was transferred to s pocket coonI rdady filled and tk cabbage was placed in the woma iI arms As she turned to go another woman who had come up during the bargaining said to the mUrahant Got any cabbage Yes maam one head loft How much is U Ten cents Is it a gqod head I finest kind of Long Island cab bage The woman VlioIiad just bought ItSton1islled torn of his cai1 was bare Site wait ed to see how he would satisfy tkd second woman t When the laat comer frid9llt- ake it the huckster tumdfl calmly to the owner of the cabbage took it from her units ami handed it to tho new customer At the Mine time he took her dime from her fingers As the first wOman stood KiUi it Zllprotestn the woman deprived of hot cabbage found voice to say indignantly That asiiiy cabbageI How The hpk er interrupted her with IYes maam I Jno it HorVi the dime I got you lor it Youro a nickelin uBut I didnt want to sell it Didnt want to sell iU he ex claimQd in aorrowfultbne Sire foil did when YOU could make a profit like thAt Never miss a fiance to nake money lady Tints the way to get ricli Heres your dime and as the woman Still dazed took the dime he said Uit up Bai The Vote Was Secured An exM P who contested a highland constituency sonic years ago ttells the following anecdote uingdaJsctmvalliing minister who was very keen upon the subject of getting tho 1lbishops out of the house of lord and in pursuance of his favorite hobby he asked me prepnrodtodoI was irritated and fatigued byI my days work arid I tesfily mut te bishopsTherepliedWellthere I eanna undertake to go al together that length with you but oI1 u111 Iv v vnh uI Tho Rising Tide A rather stout lady was enjoying a bath at Scarborough She kept a tight hold of the bathing machine rope and gave quite a juvenile creamlet as each wave of the incoming tide triqd in vain to Jiiii her Tom her feet On thousands close bysat a countrynianpaying his first visit to the seaside As the tide Brought ea successive wave nearer to the position he had taken up iCMjSast an indignant glance in tIle ladjfS direct on At last an extra big oue came splash and the hoH lay suit was ruined Flesh and blood qould stand it no lopgpr Jumping up he shouted in a voice which completely drowned a nigger minstrels chorus Hi Fatty If ha dunnot stop thy bpsd boppin ball be droonin folk J4fl115 LEGENDS OF SCIENCE loads In Solid Rock the Moa and tha Gigantic Minhocao Stories of long suffering toads and frogs entombed in solid rocks represent myths such as arise from imperfect observation of the cir cumstances under which such an imals are discovered writes Dr Andrew Wilson These creatures can certainly live for long periods of timeDr Bucklands experiment sot the limit at about two years inclosed in cavities and deprived of water or other food But the fable credits these pent up amphibians with lasting for untold geological ages IfthisjWere the case these zoological Rip Van Winkles would prove really to be far older than the oldest fossilfrogs and toads which isof coursjp rdThen a rock is smashed up no one can then as sort that it was a solid mass and the possibi ity ofa toad or frog in its youngHstate gaining access to the interior of the rock through some crevice1 arM growing so that it gould not escape irom its durance vile never seejns to occur to the minds of those who are fondof per pqtuating stories of such modern miraelfcs Thenotion that certain animalsi supposed to have long been extinct may still live on in remote and in accessible parts of the earth is one frequently exploited That gigantic bird of the New Zoaland islands the moa is said every now and then to hard been discovorodalive but no living mon has ever been found though its bones are common enough in the superficial deposits its native land Hidden in the 10f depth and rising seldom from ocean abysses reptilian formp of huge size have been credited with occasionally revisiting the glimpses of the moon But reptiles require to come to the surface to breathe for they possess lungs alone as respiratory Qrgans Even the turtles and alligators that are capable of remaining for long periods below water must now and thoU take in fresh supply of atmosphere One very curious illustration of the alleged revival of some gigan tic animals is found in an account Ki cn ri8uslY8ndexactly in scien tific jouruttk in 1S7S The animal In question was called the minho cao It was bClievedto bean earth worm of gigantic size inhabiting tthe highlands in the south of Bra zil This underKr und monster was said to attain a length of fifty yards Iand a breadth of five yards and was covered with a bony armor Popu lar accounts credited lJ with being a worm but it is hard to conceive of any worm exhibiting the character liLies given of this creaturjc which WM said to uproot trees and to cause very grave disturbances of the- Is it in iLl burrowing operations All He Asked Stephen A Douglas who will be remembered jn connection with Lincoln at Springfield ifs very demon strative in lila professions of friend ship One day he snl down on Bev oily Tuckers knee and throwing lIiI arm around the Virginians shouldcn said iBov old boy I love yon0 Douga said Tupker will you always JOTQ me Yes Beverly I surely will TJutipersisted Tucker will you l vErmu when you get to be ipresi- dent Indeed I will What do you iMiit me to do for you Well tifti4 Tucker all I want yon to da thou js to pick out some public place and put your rmIj around my iicok jjust as you are do ingn w and call me Dev Left His Imprint Count Julius Andrassy says the snhnndIsomehis appearance He had a habit of imoothihg with his hand his richly oileitnnd greased hair One day in important document had the Austrian council of passedI in the contents of which Count An Irassy was interested Shortly after I met the Austrian president of the ministry Prince Auersperg who said to me Count Andrqssy has read the latest document How do yoi knbw I asked CCI have discovered on it the imprints of Count Andrassys finffor- shn c AuerpeTg answered launh o = n THE HOODOO IN INDIA Obsession In thO Orient Is Due to a Peculiar Religious Rite Why are obsessions so numero in India P J In India the notion among the Hindoos is that when a man has died it is necessary to cause his release from earthly ponds by 1anI name ii11e city o Qya So long as this is not done the soul of time dead man remains tied to earth and cannot rise high It so happens that a Hindoo spirit finds that he has become aghostthat is tQ saynn earth bound soul He very natutally thinks that his misfortune is due to the fact that no pinda hind been offered in his name and he makes gigantic efforts to see that it is done But he finds that hq cannot communicate his wishes to his relatives friends or fellows who are yet on earth Suchsouls make gigantic efforts to be able to hold communication with men who are not dead Sometimes they suc ceedf And then they explain what they want If they get hold of friend it is all right They at once ask the latter to release them But this is not generally possible So what they do is this They possess a woman or a man apd make them selve disagreeable as many ways as they can Ghost doctors are summoned Thyopch communication with the spirit who refuses to leave Ins medium until it is promised to hiirii that a pinda will be offered in his iiame in Qya When he has been able to extort this promise he leaves the body llie hm1 possessed says time Hindoo Spiritual Magazine This explains wily cases of true obsession are so frequent in Hindoo India Xinetyjiine out of a hun dred in India have seen cases of obsession t A ghoT maRcs t itself very dis agreeable The exorcist is ummon ed lIe opens communication with the spiritin short time spirit speaks through the party he lies ohisessedand a conversation like the following ensues Time Exorcist to the ghostYou must leave the body of your victim 1heOhostlam willing to go if you promise mp one tldngnamely if you will offer a pinda in Gya in my name The promise is made and the ghost lleaves his victim That is time way such cases are treated general ly This is the reason why cases of obsession are so numerous in India Jndeod they are so frequent in this country tlnlt there arernmny roJas exorcists who live by curing obsessed mdh and women What is more in India fliere is a hospital for obsessed people a unique insti tution tim like of which is not to boiecen in any other part of the world This hospital is a temple in the holy place edited harm Haresh war in Kocond In south India There possessed men and women are curried and they are sent back cured Exchaijaie vMua BUT NOT LIBRARIES jiiiit n Territory Proposition to Qiirneele to DuIId HlKh rny A niovoineut has been started at flJkoeIjr to Interest Andrew Carnegie In Hie proposition of giving funds for the construction of Carnegie public rond lu tile new state Instead of to public libraries writes a Musko- gee corresi ndent of the Kansas City Star A Muskogee neUspaper has pub lished this proposition together with a mop showing u road ten miles lu length lending from Muskogee to Indian university Hyde Park Fort Glbr son and to the National cemetery bio jrond tliatplace lIt Is shown that thlafroad could bo built for 100000 including wngollI bridge across the Arkansas river It would be graded drained and m cad iSsivl nml ptf nttre ien- mxthwETriM v lh Cream Vermifuge GUARANTEEI WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN FAVORITE TONIC CWAME Of PREPARE I llardSnow Unlmen CIST LOUIS MO old by Red Cross Drug Store II E BEE fmmr jIr j i and 0 airs In all kinds of i LUMBER LATHS SHiNGLE I sAsH OORSi BLINDS We handle the celebrated iii 1M1 1 CantbeBtti Jq pt JWe t are ole aKents for rq ACME CEMENT pLASTER IlaThe Best on Earth PricesEight j IpJ Ii Office and Yards J21 doctor and Railroad Streets Springfield Ky r rnL 1I ZaEaBWv DarotisufferwiTh sevcrc- I1eadachcs i- rl when T OC MARY 1 f WillI Cure You t 1i The liver is the 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patronage Raiee reason able Equipments and facilities unsur paNedIt i1AU5 E CALDWELL LELAND HPME T BWCM Pr14et ai r lsa aUI su i J tnaum or eira trees nt tnini t1Mr B shown that the amount of money that Is now being given away by Carnegie would build 3000 miles of such road each year and that the benefit to the public would be much greater than cases where the money goes to public libraries This Is especially true In the new state where It will4be mJJbf1 sible to construct roads of any quence for several years Maps showing this road were to be forwarded to Mr Carnegie and the matter laid before him for his consUl lJorigInallJ It Is understood that the young we man will be substantially rewarde ky the company Thera were about a ban dred passengers on the train troth Turon and they nil alighted In Arllnf ton and cheered for Miss Brecklnrldjs THE ORIQWAL LAXAnYEcOUSHSTIUP t Per aUCOtiIM and Ii up UJnr from ft tmbyf y aM 1NwA otrtmin 1eIW tor erwpud sT b ovth eurw a- NcontitlneMMotetiy ft 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