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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr OO 45 ES7ABLJSIIED t IN 883 L s e 1 I i P L 1 ffi IF TRUSTY H PRACTICAL DENTIST4 Office over Havdon Bather rental work atrsonable prices j All work guaranteed SPIflNGFIEDP KY OUR DlR CiORYijl 0I 1 sPR4NGFIEtD county seat of t Washington County 52 miles south exinston 59 miles fromi east of duiiTBtepn Bafdstown branch olt tii0 2 1 f r iiv11I and Nashville lailroad i1t i a farming and agricultural district t Two Banks telegraph and telephone i lines express office flour mills lumber- yardsf Popaation 1100 population of county 15000 Representative Congress Hon ff Smith Hodgenville Ky q A Refireientative in Keutucky LeiS attire Hon w D Clabrd0ke fijt Representative in State Senate EoP Hirrv Lancaster Lebanon Kv Jtfe County Directory rj CIRCUIT COURT v Circuit Court begins on the four fon lay ia February ayd11dOcto 11er i H Thurman Judge V R Ie Durham CommonwealthAt oraey Upbt A roe Clerk t r M G Leachman Master Commisty Oaer J a QUARTERLY COURT7 Quarterly Court isi held on the thir tfpnday in each month B L Litsey Judge f COUNTY COURT ij fa County Cvirt meets on the fourth + lo1Yin eCl1 mouth BIr Litsev Judge WjF Booker County Clerk T sT Mayes County Attorney T George Catlett Jailer J Sidney Oebourne Sheriff f iSm Anderson Hfi Powell AHcrbertE4dleraan i Pcputie Ed Masters lames F Moore County Survey r r i p p OBryan Assessor 1w T ilitcheli Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer f ck IjI- fuJwLMontgoznerY Coronqr + JW Bush Supt of Commo 4cboola PO Springfield 11CITY COURT JampfR Noe police judge John Grace Marshal WF GrigsbY City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jntice Courts are belirjn January I April July and Octoberf ltr == Cnurch Dsrectcry tIMETHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Service iOD the First and Third Sundays Jn each month at li a m und 730 pi m Su dayScliool every Sunday atlOam Prayer mteUng eVery Wednesday aight- S CATHOLICCHURCH Rev PF Hennessa Pastor Sex Tf every Sunday at6 and 10 oclock rm Services at St Rose same houis J tI CHRISTIAN CHURCH fRevlIVd1deh1 JrHbtcr SuU Scverf Sunday PRESBYTERIAN OHURCI Preichine every Sunday at 11 am iindatTpm Sunday school ever ii Sunday at 10 am P1tr i ctii yerT Thursday evening at 7 oinolw c jyBAPTIST CHURCH c I AReVWm Barrieon WilHs nPabtE- reachiug1 every Sunday at 11 ane nd llttpm Sunday School even unday at 930 am Prayer meet nE evry Tuesday evening at 743 o clocK c Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Springflcidlod No 50 meets first aud third Moudaj eieach month Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council o 52 meets 01 very fourth Monday J f KNIGHTS of THE MACAHKKS M etIII J 4 t v Frotivis HONEY AND TAR oalIffI if IAXATIVE cough remedy To coughs colds throat and lung troublesl No opiates Nonalcoholic t s Coodjfpf everybody Sold everyvvherei 4 The genuine i ftJ 4FoLEYS MONEY and TAR is iin Uo RefY wpackagei oise Bubstitutes t Prard only by Fo4 y Jt Company Chicago byR3I QrossDr agBto r w r Tj jw THE NI3WS=LEADERj IOOPERYEARL2TEwiHMni w lS JJt mwro timifi WHSO ttJ 41Ai ROUND Or TALK iM I jf j From lLra pahuwuthq4e Awl the ItLj branches rattlebj r trWW9ielTis the time when hoiai islbi ht roy 6re pJ Jf w ffbibwithin itwut th the Cl1 fA4tW er1 w J 1 i b h terl 8tU11 IItWith a sound T IvaI vAthe4yii log burns luw s IfAll within tht cheer of wintl y Arid without the drifting si EW T 1 Thuufhold earth at spotleftt in fide tft the tkeff stVittter aT4 i t Though each wiadwr Jiwuie is rotted t And each twig a dlanfOnd bar i J Ou the hearth the bawd are Frow the Nqr ttii the iilWbGW Tiien witiiio thecfteer of Wi4eY Aiiu wUttt titdrifting ai j it 11+eaLP J3LAsTThe l mrreMt j t s1p4 bb4i qatian geiei41Q put in UP foilqwhi forvft H lt jBllt riJis you iieIing epool tli Lb 4lty when pov i ii eoLj groerIs j l oe anderstooa btt thit iodividiial o mertu that Eu quwlionert dcltres infer ma Sff as to b1f be bps tri cpoeed4f It tbac crop wJetre biS1 s Cd it to tthe Awericiva Tub i cc1 or miir hBj ri or ISfSJ tt pooled i1t with ttiie ASofEI 4f liKxi crp hs been m vinx p bj th wj at fpi rae drn the pASOOth The Arsuic- rnii YItiecx Co aeeio tobIge4ig alll t eii htndif at iiW W blJV5e a i 1ai be- uIf Wareboue pOtlt tIor 111t t JItrr lirg JOtGa OfIfa ukiearuot thood totee i ci Tliat Ute gr mnj fiif OflJ bar i growL i vi cgnd peIwJkyJ theIQtOIpc o Ub e oi vte seasun ii c1eu1 it befog dootriwd b the amoant of t bwOoo whic hlg 11 Lag 4t flhverMi to A life 11QJ3gj Witrihoa wbere Uii ttftettII Iie eing ai weed live ce iIt puid onletr crpi- otiaitr1ewn llc U wilt Ii bIfL btme 1I dWti4 OI4V eitrpetli 5fibers to the pooliver i h tt wf they Hire realizing on ttteir orpp Thw i die Biainiy 10 l praotrheoff the pth4l Some re brtng iagIII their tobacco wiUiUh lj lAja tha tney 5ure to get iff iden cents a pound all around for fJVir crp regardlfss ofr j qnafttv Such is no UZdSP we understand it and hlif itSj toexpliio io tltfe N wsL If the rst place the 31tt oe bfliY is uo to tweed Live cents a p9ut d on jtay crop and the ira1 vaJtje of the crop is to bedeVvrttiinedfby grade andIJ JtiJ p ltef cf ui1 Litl the oxpenaes of jijflKJling aod handling it are telucied AnotfhBr thiiig Which tHd a tendency ttI inaka the sQl ler disathfiied isi the fact that arJ tjr hisiobacco has lbean deliVer jloutthcitas hy had been uff red at a sinaUilib out saQ Tnid is said to have happened iji a few instances J J 1t rUGH DlI1xDSMuch- pen4 da A l on the outcome of the tobacco pool this year as to the future of the movement as regards to next years croo and the raaijhgersof the affairs of the Society should ba extremely careful to carry out all of their promises and jndeayor to avoidII 1factionj wed the movement Wfiatevr is the utcocoe and n successfulj sueis now almost assured tobacco lowers themselves de iJ s to1eenIl The tobit jpo growers fbed responded well to the tailj in this combina if6n forttell rot otion and fort prices and it now remams for thfe niatmgerS to carry out to the loiter ev ry promise made conl Crningthe consumaliofe of the plans for the pool for On this depends the success of future operations I 0 D UY AT mi11iV bive- f Lf-t often eutGor1 to prge the people to patronize nome preerencoilI t buy goods Ih tteis connrctiori follownI4iiicideut lstw boxas oti hosiery the lifelc of a citaaten hure which expressman Had just hauded 1th fromway if1 akf I the p1ie n1fotinTdft was 2jc a pair After cairfnily exmntig UidgQods our misbaiit offcrrt fto dJftpiicate the ods at iOc a pVlrj or 3tpirs for 25c or not cbarx a cent wrtthm ifr rot as gpotL as thdse opt It wily off Tffei is UHtti rly aJhe ewi tb H eRd11 t7fuom hoMe prtir cbasee It t1 wilt examine tbjftigoo1s dr4 ty the best l4slorjisl joU wiU gener Jly find iYleS and V alestgntda fftoj where and more than often much bettoc goods aA Uie same iOr greater prrces obtained else wbeldH MOO M SIXIYiin DmMjr More than halfmankind over sixty years oi ake suffer from kidney and bladder di5order usually enlarge- Thtflt of prostat gland This is bqth painful and dangerous aiid Foleys Kidneys Cure should be taken at the lJ1rt sign of danger as it corrects ir jTiSguiaritie and has cured many old m nIf this disease Mr Kpdaey Burnett Rockport Mo writes 4I suffered uith enlarged prostate fjlan and kidney troulwc for years and after taking Uyo bOttle of Folev s KidneyCnreffeel bett x than I have frO years although lam libw 91 years ttld Sold by the Rd OrOrs DjruKjiStor g Splhnan Won- T Tua day the Ear dbutg- y witifCJUi jw6 aettlod b- ythegothttnetit of Mr Jarns ISpiitnilfa a f poetfmtster The coniest has ragoti bjtteny lor iMtirly a y ar ue otuer IW jllc ts w+ Tti WCRS S James lfl GtMjke and TosCirdehi Mr Cooke nt44e n strong tIgh- 1thcbh hjntered only a liir hekvagb I Mr Spriman wilt tke charge of the postLitcQboit March 1st Be asuotuueJ hMi Lea Hampton will be his deputy They are both folly competent run the fiostoffice in JrstcaVs l l Yl1SjdltelUUned t i man WjHjIrj0wi luul Mr F P James audt is tt baek iye to she old style BeyubtioAflism off jrboopini up rhe nftirro votes anddriving the nltke cattle It argua wl fur bts jostoXic service ana bet r poli UM Eoi John W Yerkes aiid Judge L W Bciiiiium backed Mrj ps- lnn84rru4bnfg P aiocrat AYilii L3jj Six vears ago 1 learned valuable lesson II writes John Pleasant of Magnolia InouIthen begin taking Drw Kings New Lire Pills ittidtlte longer I takb them the better T tind them They P pas eeverybCdy GuaranteedatHaydor Rob jerlspns drug store 5cft Ask Govervnor to Offer Re ward Citizens of Dodgensville have pt4tiOflItputetoIlpiGGwUh tar SrnhMrpby for ompKciy iii inniurdw Katie eHrv nttIfa His ExceiltaJ Q JW fDeckhlD1 Governor of iten tuekyThevundorsigni i citizensi aud officialsidY LnucCfUOilV E3r quld iQ pectfmly repesvnfc h Jt ata rent session of Ue Jd ferson coonty grand jflrty IpE acteq Laolptbn WJTS iitTictd a Ids an accessory before the fact to the murder of Catherine Bryant in the city of Louisville Ky on tbe 6th day ot January last bench warrant wise thdeupont- issued for his arrest He was at- that time and for sevetal days befOre the alleged murder of the- said Catherine Bryant absent fugitivefrabove facts and tne futber fact J that we are firmly and decidedly 4ot the opinion that he is criminally responsible for the murder ulOf the said Catherine Bryant and puoishmentSfor cr cantlot accom pUshed without the aid of your excellency we therefore ask that y m offer a reward of 750 lor some other like sun for the arrest of said Lara pton and his delivery to the officeis of this Commonwealth to the ena that the courts ot pile state may mike inquiry into The above chargenow pending agrinst imI SUICIDE Ofa Former Washington County Man in Louisville MosesE ParksI Sad End J 7 The Louisville pipers lat Friday contained accounts of sensational suicide by hanging lfIa former wellknown citjsen ofj this county Mo es E Parks many years ago was a cjtzetL of Mafikville and married Miss Francis Ajbor daughter pfi Mr E M Arbjr Although Mr Parks left this county more that twenty years ago he had ire quently ben back lee on visits Mrs Will Arnold of Mackville iis his uaughterIThe Louisville Post contained tire following account of the suicideu The iflenitv of the man who committed suicide Thursday by hanging himselff to thrt linrb offt tree at Ninth and Jarvis streets was thirf morn hug postivelyw esiabhthe F B Parks of 1734 Pope street recognized the body of thttT oic his father Mo es E Parks formerly a painttr employed in the Sou h Louisville shops of the L N road Arrangenent for the funeral were made at once and at 1130 oclock tlio body was interred in Eastern Cemetery Friends of Parks state that HP ended his life as the belated resnltof the seperation from his wife which occured twenty years ago He is said to have bornehis lot without a murmur year ago when I he luntiJabonta mSi If as regret tirtg the separation from his wife bel cause he felt the need of a com jpaniori in his oJdr daypHe was about sixty years Of age Parks is snid to have talkedctf this constantly for the pst few months anddoclaired that he in tended ending his life unless he could effect a reconci iation r Mrs Frances A Parks of 1734 Pope stree is the wife Besides her he issuryived by twoi sons F B atldF G Parks ai d three daughters Miss ElIz- abeth Parks Mrs Anna High rt we of Burnidge Alaif and raxvileJKy BoyteGounty Case Affimiec- IaIt Special to Dan Tile News Court of Appeals affirmed Boyle Circuit Court in Lexing ton Brewing Company vs Corn monwealth Appellant was fined for vioationol local option law This is a very important de jcisiono all iockl option coun ties in this state The Lexingl0J Brewing Jompany and Ben Durham of Junction Ciiy iits agent II were indicted for Selling Unlawfully mab liquor by wholesale in a local optior county and the case being submitted upon the law and the f c63 to Judge Bell Ihe upheld ihe validity of the local uptiori law and tined the defendants seventyfive dollar each from which decision an ap pealI was taken and Judge Bells decision was sustained by the Courtof Appeals Wheu told this arterioon thai the case hatt twen affi mpri County AtoD yVT J Pries u WeilWt are knocking them every time referring to the recent decisions ofthe Cou t of Appeals in upholding the diifeivut local option laws AtornyJhn W Rawlin s represented t Ii erefendans Judge Bellas making an envJa tile rtputatiun as bnj able UHJ conservative junst and has had probaoly had more cases affirm td in the Court of Appeals th4n- auyotheret Judge in the State in proportion to the number tIP jpeed t q NIilqrs ot fuol3d tt Lwis literally coughing my self to death nd had become tt o retl1fly bed and ne gh bo s pred cted tttt1wouldnvect I laveitl a1ibt they got fool It Icrthan1sbe to God Iwas induced to try Or TQnjrs N v Di coycrv It uok just ftu one dollar bott es to cotnplttUli cute the cogn wJ reto e icft to good soo d health writes fttMrs Eva UntTpheV oEGrorrtr- own Stark tountf lad TIiSI jKing of c Ugn aid cold glrO1bldon Rijb rtum druggists 58G and 1Orllriai bottle free LisleTaylor Mr William Eirn st Taylor of Cleveland Ohio and Mis A aline Dorothy Lisle daughter of Major and Mrs W J Lisle of this city were married at 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon April 7 1107 by Rev AS Moffett with a beautiful and im pressive ceremony The spacious od home at EMlv Wood was elaborately decorated in smilax and tolly and palms and f fetus wee banked iver ufd around the mantle in the front arlor ovpr which pink and whit candles shed a soft rosy light After tiio guests assembled there wo1a delightful musica program rendered by l1fi Lum Abeil pinnuu accompanied by by Miss Jeannottu Hillp vi6l usft Mss Virginia Lisle1 was Maid Of Honor and the ribbon bearers were Margaret the pretty little daughter of Dr und Mrs Hugh Murrev and Rdthwell ate the hundotiHv little s n of Mr and Mrs Geerca El wards und a nephew of the bride 09 SSEEDS lu =LiI Clover Red and Sapli- ngTiiriothy Blue Grass Red Trrn 8 g Orchard Grass I havd the aboVe seeds absolutely pure and cleant I 1A J John Lily Barber t Successor toHlI SYdonlOOOOOXo Hrk a i Iand Mrs Taylor left on the afternoon traIn for Cleveland their future nome bearing with them the best wishes of scores ot friends of the bride who knew tier as one of Lebanons most lovable dsughters Fall icon rNothing will relieve Indigestion digestantIthe stomach to ret recuperate 1111V strontraain Kodol is a solu of digestive acids and is nearly eligeIas possible approximates the tive juicesj bat ie fotnd in the stoinocli Rlol takes the woik 0 dige stiuk oft thdigt tive org 2 EI arid white rfcrfortninK this work it self does greity assist the stomach to a thorough l In addition tl1ingredients of Kodob are such aa mrtke it a corrective of the highest elHcujtjcy and by its acti n the tomI acj is restored to its normal actiyitv arid cower Tiodoir s manufactured in strict conformity xvitti he N tna Pure tfood and Drulf r v SoM b Ihu led Gross flruS- tDELEGATES NAMED 0 Tiie Washington County Farz ers Club Instruct for Guthrie Wilson for Member of Board of AjricultdTe A 4 r ri asiii QtJrri injY 1w i d is bdftj iLttnuvtii mJ lee hotiiiwjih t y- i rItice lbe hlt fl4mEc4 inrt c t1tg4t 1I n J iie ttfi ti ti y l9 oi VJ FTWQN Ii sttut jotJ t 8 lbviii i r h o fbfcti Wr2L Iiv L t i Jftj e as rrel 0 h Tt U Ittft1I1itffh dirc tpb eI4 r dbrtQ WdHIb rsrs1 ucfll knV la fc G fcdid t f r e jr vv pfrruvwjfctt Leilas H nUn b rt a dpj3t i rt hfft Ihe Qjcenn a ig4L3K order Jsy Jurfg B 4 LlJeyVt tL stt d tit hjtftt of hc convention Mr lB 6 Ufacbmai was elec e ISQIOWlo y G Leaohman offered aJ n yv A Clem i Lsd lFgdte unI Bti Tliydo Jr alfcrnata to the Slip byvill conveutiun fh roltitio fuiahVr instruct ihe delegate f and the alternate td ct ihe vote forAYashimito county f r Gut lie Ailocij of Kelson c unI Lifor metnbr of the Board 0 Coniiri j sl nrdTrle expeixeu opplitiqrid d not materilize at d 011 mocon of W D GlaybrooUe the resolution was iinajninouslj adopted Risiiij FiOni iiiB Glan- A prominent manufacturer Wm A Penwell of i ucama N C relates a most remarkable experience He says Afer taulng Ies3 than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feelllire one rising from the grave MyI trpublu is Brights disipas inI the Diabetes stage I fully be Eie tnic Biters will cure me permanently for it has already stopped the liver and bladder complication hich have troubled Guaianteea itme lor years1 tIn dn Robertson druggists Price only 75c The FizstDiitrict LtAn- oth r tight etwe on the pat ty bosses and the TtOOnle Is nov in Western KentuoKy The pzq tpb won js theDemocSatii- ozijinatiufl ic for Railroad Com iijjaaiunci lin the Fist districtI The business interest eqtitn ofIthe State ere insistini ni the nomination of McD Fer uson the present ccmmissioner but the politicians the men in putrol of he Democratic organ iation have another cundidjxtr tndare leaving notling unbone j ringl about Mr Ferguson V lefrat Mr Ferguson antaa primaM a legal primary where tin otei s are given a voice in 5e ecing the nominee 6is oppo t leuts Lawrence B Finn ot1 i mpson county and JudJt iai dnerfbf U ravescounty wl cpnventiOi jV appear10 liat Mr Fer4ss oppiiset Ucontrpl the committee aid a coHYeu bli will probWjf bf called IsssflUflUUUtU SUBSCRIllON J LLIINTERNAfl he l WRONGS 1Qr 6 = ALN Alum food causes Its con permanent of medical yi rrCream France have lr ir its use ive s I l iiIg Powder c Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder to be had for the asking I Buy byname Roval The samp conditions prevailed for a timi in hei cord district here theI politicaqs opoosedf the candidacy of l0 0 McChTd who i s ekinp re elpctio M vlcOhord was inaoised by the busings prganizatim luv ev rand hy dematdtd his uomina Ion Tn yenlis ed thesupp rt f the lot rs and al hough the commiit e hd p ctically agreed to call a couv niioD so ibatthek poHticuns could manipulate affairs suffici nt su eWeS 11committeemen11 undergo change of heart T e esu t w s thai Mr McChord will get tile bomvuation without opposition I The same organ izitio 3 s that rallied to Mr McOliOrds support when he WitS threatened with dcf at have taken up the light for Mr FHruuscri In a primary j Mr Ferguson would probably r Gin with eae but tin a cont n tion he would have to tii1tj for his life Pressure is now being broughto bear on thecommittee to 0811 a priary As et how ever there is no indication that a prim ryvill be called Iii face it appears tbat Mr Fergu sons enemies wi l controll lt e committee and the nomination will be made by convQtiphI tierald Garrett D Weathers Avon Ky says My hogs were so bacth diseas id with cholera tbat 1 did not think fI medical aid coald possibly save Uiem fgve them Burbon Hog Cholera Remedy aud it cuted them wifhout a iogl loss1 II lh the pyrcuiedy j tiaVe ever used that would cure ho Cholera Sold and guravteed bv tlaydoui RobertsOapriflgljlth yi Lebanon Spots qhe grand jury Ir iession at ebliqon has fqii cL iqaiotmfn tgBinst fifty pntf ot1be1ions ports including a numtjer otwYels counYc cffidals anti usineSs men Tie offense inarged is gamblipg ifltt IS the suit of various pojQnmes nich have been going on Thw JFailcon of Usfweelc says uW d 4Mlar uqkid oLkPQ1CJ A 1 Tfaompaoa xwded n pokte room i L s I 09 t l AB 1 is upstairs overtn a v allice of Mr H S Robinson and und all the npcessary paraphernalia tn conducting the business The tiwf was covfsredy with sawdu t Tn is evidence aid eyiuence con cerning three other gambling places was placed before th- ctgandjuiyandt is freely pre y dipedbat 35 or 40 indfctin is will be ieturned fnr g raingJf All headaches gp When vpu wisr- An1 learn to use J AuEarty RiserIDo Witrtf Little Eariy Risers tat ure j ils 4 u Successful Poultry Dealer Mr M H Jones the succis ful pyaUry dealer of Springfield is oDssdwrlng tne qu snon of saJli lrdacea ar future tf he should tin so Mr Fred Cark will probably helve the local management of the atterpnse and s e night add lijfti Fred is a treat hustler and wi 1 makf a great success of the tinder aking14r Jonew puubas d over tOOUOO worth ot poultry and eggs in springf- ield last yearand an enterpriseS of this kind ni Nelajja utfwould mean t bQ blli st jtnce or poultry eggs loiter and country produce of all kinds t Standard A SIOO lellThe read rof thiS paper TJritlrba pleased tp learn fhat there is at least me dreaded disease that science h teen able to cure in all its staler ind that is4atsrrh Halls Catarrh ure iis the only positiue Cure UQW kmwn to medical traternity Catarrh biipg a constitutional disease re 4uire a conasutlona1 treatraei ijgia Catarrh Cure tittake iBttrnall ctiiitr directly Upon the Mood alnucqiia surfatea of the system Ikefa jy dirylnf the tOJ1AaJinqf the aiaease slid giving jiit p lkut itrentrlh by bH lIit up tkeuujta ion ud ai4abiriiiai tSi Iiyork Tk1 koPP444a kV so nuch faith iIs its citrUve powers that they otferOlt7 Uvodred Dollar i for any esse K Iall o core ltrill- foe listoteMioiak Adrisii ii J Chenf A Co Till pk O Sold byatt dru jB7fc Tak U tV 1ly2ID foe athou t p rj1I THE NEWSLEADERPDI- UBMXD K7XXT THUKSDA- YSI A YEAR IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD KY BLrDAVISON Jr r s Loca1or bt1ataeu notices 10 cento per ubfteqaentiDseruon IAUS on candidates and political matte Job werk Is doae at low rates bat cash t Ie b lip orceliTeij clgcccs 1 Aar rtlslBg eoBtraots made on liberal vOfclt1 Md resolutions of respect coerUa unf011OJIImlIIN i tty MarfstraU 1350- tetrtetOAees lf 00 I THURSDAY FEB 18 1907 v tt Ferdinand Boss an aged Gr man citizen of Louisville iis dead s 3the result of one of themost fiendish acts on the part of his- wife w6 have ever known of r r Botss anl his wife had had fre 7 quent quarrels and on going to I Ws home the other day af er being released from custody of officers as a result of a warrant worn out by the wile the un Ifortunate man was met at the door by his wife who dashed a can of gasolene oveij the gld man and deliberately btruck a match to his saturated clothing After suffering untold agony for several days the old fellow died of his injuries Mxs Boss claims 4self defense and If sbe has money enough and hires the Irightr kind of lawyers willl prob ably be able to prove it The Thaw trial is still occupy iing the center of the stage in the news world at New York The details of the testimony at times have been so disgust fing that President Roosevelt has become interested in having the newspapers prohibited from printing them The matter has been taken up by the postal authorities on the grounds that the matter is too obscene to be psrmitteclto pass through thpI 0maifs The general opinion is that the young milionaire will escape punishment on the in sanity plea One of the hired experts has already testified that Thaw is afflicted with Exag Sgerated ego arid that should certainly excuse a man for com mitting almost any crime Our hoQsifr neighbors areI proposing some rather drastic a legislationl A bill making the operating of blind tigers a felony iis about to pass and the suffer age bill drawn by Mrs Helen Gouger giving women thE- e right to vote at altl elections and to hold municipal offices was reported from the Committee or 4 Right and Privileges with t recommendation that it pass and the report was adopted bJI ttie Hdilse ANTOCH fs we hava been absent for some time we will present some of the nvst important items We have been having so much bad weather would be pleased to see something better Mr Ed Colvin and family who jrmerly resided near this place have moved near Leather store t Measles isthe order of the i order of the day Most every one has had a chance for it who has not had it There are fivE T new cates at this writing and theri est scared at the thought oJ taking itSf Mrs James Hahn and little jiece Rebecca visited the home of Mr Nplson Dennis andfamily whose wife is very ill at this 1sritingof rheumatism Mr Djyd Goodlett and Miss p Katie Philips were united in thf holy bonds ofmatiimony on Sun day afternoon Row Dennis officiated Mr James Yates purchased a sow from A J Moore for 13 t Mr Charlie aid Yoilie Rov ally visited Mrd Lula Gil is oJj Fen ick MessrsiTBernice Graham anc Prank BOWPQ of Sharpsville at tended ihePhiUipsand Goodlett fwedding Sunday v ladyIof large capital Territory a oeor abroad to suit If de if ptrablt the home maybe used at dqartersrWk1y salanj- oHtl11000 pr jar and expenses Ar m Jo A Alexander bpriiigfieW Kl517tJ I w Canary Miss Burnice Fenwick is the pleasant guest of her uncle Mr G W Fenwick this week Mt Robert Milton purchased a horse and buggy from Mr Stanley Fen wick for 150 Mr John Tcbm Fold alot of hugsto Mr Watt 0 Bryan and Mr Hen Haydon sold sam party a lot of hegs at the mar ket price Miss Lillie M Cocanougher has leturned home from Bloom ington Jnd after several weeko visit to relatives Mr Stanley Fenwick left his home for Louisville Sunday morning where he expects to make his future home Stanley has njany friends here who wish him good luck Mr and Mrs Oscar Bottom and little son Marshal also Miss Battie Logsdon spent Sun day with A Canary and family Mr Henry Stump and wife spent Sunday with ihoraas Ash family Mr D B Wilson and wife are called to the bedside of her father Mr AM Perkins who is very low with pneumonia Mr M B Hardin has ben confined to his rom for several days Mr Albert Mudd nude his usual trip in our neighborhood Sunday Mrs H S Litsey has been on the sick list for several days Rumor says tbpre is to1 bea wedding in our neighborhood soon Mr R C Canary and Miss Mollie TaYlor visited Mr Will Nally Sunday Mr Will Nalley President of the county union orgganized a Ilodge of the A S of EJ at TexasMr John Shewmaker bought i sow from Mr Taylor Masters for SIB- Miss Nellie Haydon has returned home after a pleasant visit to Springfield to her bro ther MrLeo Haydon Forgetmenot r A liquid cold relief with a laxative principle which drives out the cold through a copious action of the oowele and a healing principle which lingers in the throat and stops the coughthat Is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup Safe and sure in its action pleasant to take and conforu a to National Pure Food and Drug Law Contains no opiates Sold by the Red Cross Drag Store PObIN Miss Mollie Blo ers visited Miss Bessie Hardin the last of the week Mr Jas Kays has moved to the house vacated Jby by Mr Sam Hardin and Mr Eli Cut singer to the house vacated by John C HardinIMr Luther Barlow gave a phonograph entertainment ra t Mr William Chcsers last Sat urday night in honor of his friend t Miss Bessie Hardin of Jefferson county Miss Movda of Jefferson county has been visiting her grandparents for the last two weeksMr Ed CheEr and Mr Willie Beoners went to String town last Saturday night to see their best girls Mr Harlin Burkhead visited his uncle Mr Hanry Burkhead last Saturday Mr Fred Hall and faD1ily6f near Bardstown have been visiting relatives of this place for the past week B T Hardin has pooled his tobacco for 7 cents J N fiar din for 9 cents Corda Chesser for 13 cents Old Aunt Smilia Hardin is very ill at this writing Mr George Benedict of Moorsville has decided to leave that place and has a sale next Saturday Mr Hence Scott and wife have oeeu visiting their daughter Mrs John Crow Valley Hill C P and Hunter Goatey spent Wednesday at Elm Hill guests of ypur correspondent who was very ill at that time Mr W F Moran and wife Mr and MrsM W Seay and ImoganeGoatley Goatley Thursday r THREE 17FORI ONEI For a short time only we will make the following offer to all cash in advance subscribers i For Two Dollars We will send ThetNEWSLEADER The DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD OUR COUNTRY the fine new Magazine ir This is good for a limited time only so get your order in early Address E L Davison Jr Pub SPRINGFIELD KY Mr and Mrs Thos Reed ac mpanied by Hark Shehan and Mrs Ora Crume of Booker were among tbose who assem bled at W rT Beams Friday night fop listen to the phono graphIG Co Donpho and mother were at the home of Mrs S E Piles on last Friday night Miss Rebecca McTjVhorter of Springfield yisited Miss Ola Goatley of this place this and last week Messrs Walter Goatley and Frank ONeal attended a party near town Friday night Mrs Benedict Janes visited her mother Mrs M Reed of this place Saturday and Sun day Messrs C P Goatley and S J Moran visited friends in Nel son cdjunty Saturday Mrs ST Montgomery visited her parents near here Suri day and Monday Mr ST Hardin and family yisitfcl relatives at Polin Sunday R L Gbatley and wife visited relatives in town Monday Mr T C Tatum the local merchant at this place has resigned his position as freight agent for the L Nat this stationSWe are glad to report the- sick in this section convalescing- Bud Mann of Booker was in our midst Monday and reported the condition of his brother who Was the victim of an accident by the L N special which came near costing him his life as being quite satisfac ory Injuries developedhowever and spine is left ID probably permanently injured as he is un able to stoop over at present Soon the blue sm ke can be seen curling up from hillside and hollow which bespeaks of 07 prosper tv as the farmer will be plantsforgreen tobacco which has de come the farmers standby and yet it has proven the ruination gcotlandbest timber from Kentuckys soilQhas been consumed when to bacco vas the direct cause there of However tobacco raising promises to be profftable if the farmers stick together and support the A S of E UNO FpR RENTA good dwelling anda blacksmith shop and tools at Simms Ky jJrown Bros IOOO OOOMOOOOOOOOOOO IAI Make him ji Scotfij EmUlsion g 0baby0- Scott j Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil Iand Hypophoiphites prepared so that it is easily digested by little folks itConsequently the baby that is fed Scott p Eintifoion is a sturdy oniichiektd little fellow full of health and vicorj jALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND flOO MOORttSYIDLE ofHamFtb6tha 8 lb daughter departedthisFebruarylOthinage theCatholiced at St Rose She was the mother of 17 children twelve of whom are living JessPileorlandcash Possession has been givenMr bagstocunwere theirbesti Mr Lum Cheatham and wife JCulJMr James Cull and wife visi LumCbeathamMiss Mollie Hines is still the guest of Mrs P D Moore Mr Wm organizer Fridayl thelodgetobaccofamilyofwith his brother A W Eddie man of Booker fllr Ohas Ruby and family toMackvillecountvMr JasMoranlast Saturday en route to Chap lin W 0 Ellis offers Concord grapevitaes at I per Hundred dud strawberries at 14 per 10QO For BllliOusness aM Icct Headache syrupItdigestionon the liver and bowels without Ir ritaling fhese organs Orino raxaItive Fruit syrup cares biliousness and habitutl constipatio Does nol nauso tate or gripe and is mild and pleas ant to take Remember the name Orino and refusa J to accept any substitute Sold by the Red Cross Drug Storc MaofcvIIIe Mr and Mrs Chas Camden wero in Louisville last week Mr Glavef Goddard of Har rodsburg wus in our town one day last week hasbeenis reportid beiterat this writing Mrs W T Barnett who has been visiting her lather for several dars returned home accompanied by her sister Mrs Earnest Crume Mr Bud Gilisppie of Harrods burg was inour town last week SpringflMr Uriah Shewmaker is no betier at this Misses writingjAda Warren were the pleaant guests of the Misses Yankee last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Florence Wilson of Wi lisburg was the guests of her neice Mrs Will Arnold Sunday Lute Mary Hall is on the sick list Mr Joe Ha mon sold his farmff to Mr Dee Sweeney for 8900 j YS and will move to our town next weekMrs Rose Camden is on the sick list Bev Shirley of Harrodsburg was in our town on business last week Mr VT B Hatchett was in Danville Monday Dr 7f R Thompsbii was in Parrodsburg last Wednesday on business Mr and Mrs Leslie Graves prentsMrMrs I N Arnold of Maud was the guest of her mother Mrs William Lear last week Mrs Maggie Raybourne wae the guests of Mrs Fannie Thompson Sunday Mrs Tom Graves of Spring field was the guest of her sister Mrs William Lar Thursday and Friday Springfieldtives here Little Suie Shewmaker who has been very low wih pneumonia is much improved at this writingRev R L Purdom filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday Robert J Mitchell colored died February llth Deceased was born May 7th 1885 and belonged to the family of Daniel W Mitchell asa slave He is survived by a wife and fivp children Old Uncle Bob had lived at this place for fifty years LJ Smart Set A Baby shoul be the sunshine in the house and will be if you give it Whites Creag Vermifuge the best worm medicine offered to suffering human sty This remedy is becoming the permanent fixture of all households A mother with cbsldren caut get alsng without a bottle o of White Cream Vermifuge In thev house Sold by ihe Red Cross Drug Store Hardesy Schoolhouse Mr J B Waihburn and wife were called tol Taylorsville b the serious illness of Mrs John Washburne of that place Mr Sol Kays wife and little spentSaturdaytives here Messrs Ed Grace and P H Babb were in Springfield Satnr day evening bougbtMrPeyton Price000 Mr Sabo Hardin who moved his saw mill on Mr J M Sales farm some time ago has his mill in operation now and has sawed the lumber that completed the wasrman to drive over the bridge in a buggy after the floor was completed We hope the approaches Will soon be made complete and then the bridge publictravel apprjhension a young lady would discontinue the travel of a roadway for it was our opinion that a certain young lady attracted him in certainlydidthat would cause a young man to run such a risk of his life as he did when drove Into the mud hole at Hays scales But that has been made right and Uno can travel that road without faaring any danger ON LOOKER RlbFrOm toe Owe A prominent manufacturer Wm A Fertwell of Lucama N C rejates a most remarkable experience He says Afier taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like one rising from the grave My troublo is Bnghts disease in the Diabetes stage I fully be Electric Bitters will cure me permanently for iit has already stopped the liver and bladder complication A hich have troubled me for years Guaranteed at Haydon Robertson druggists Price only 75c A MoatS MarketI Having bought out the stand mid fix nre1 of F T Cox I pur pose torun at the same stand a first class meat market and will endeavor to keep the trade sup plied with all kinds of Green and Salted Meats Fish and Oysters in season I respectfully ask a share of the public patronage I Win Sell Strictly for Cull L T BROWN Shop near the Post Office a I SOIL WASTE UtUr WMhea eli Hillside hap an4 SvfcMlI IB the Valieyp We have all seen new lands grail ally lose their dark color and cbaag principally to more of sand or gravel cSclay Sometimes It Is merely whiter that stares at us from the hillside In pale astonishment at our Ignorance Sad Indifference to the lands distress But when the yegetable matter has been wastied away by ten or twenty or fifty years of Incessant rain aided by a system of clean cultivation for cotton then eating washes begin to make their appearance on the hillsides and evw on the gentle slopes As years pass these washes grow and extend They run their cancerous branches like skeleton fingers along the hillside and eat lato the subsoil as well as carry away remnants of the surface soil Dame Nature strives In vala to stop the work of ruin by sending out bet forestry reserve forces and planting persimmons old field pines sassafras sad even sweet gum all over these threatened districts But the farmer la blind to the mothers good latent antI spends many fruitless hours sprouting sassafras Not only In the soil llOt but the subsoil la carried down upoa the nearby valleys and covers up buries the rich alluvial soil once found in all tile creek and ditch valleys of the south More than this It fills rthe stream with mud bars and drifts and rafts so that the summer rains over flow these nearby valley lands more frequently than ever These wishing lands are doubly yek trebly wasteful Such is the price the south la paying and has paid since the sixties for the cotton tnon6poly of the world Had our population been denser the results would be that much mbre aggravated R BBlU amd Remedy We have recently visited some of the old cotton growing sections of the couth lands In cultivation for sixty aud ninety years It would be but fair to say that no general effort has been made to replace anything that has been taken from these lands for two generations past They have been limply washed and cropped to death We note the same destructive systems afe work In nearly every cotton county of Texas and the southwest Look at theso older cotton lands farther east Tho valleys will no longer grow good crops of Johnson grass The grass In there on thousands of acres bEt It does not respond to the plow as It once did It does not dispute with sassafras and old sedge the possession of the clay bills We can see no remedy for such soils but growth of fall oats alfalfa and melllotus on the valley lands and the restorative cowpea and peanuts for the hills This means going deeper into live stock and poultry than ever before the application of large quantities of manure to hill lands In combination with some commercial fertilizers Texas Farm and Ranch xrasa d the ortuAr There ire ma y ways of caring for ala orchard W work our land In corn is long as possible In order to cult tate the trees and keep the land lean This Is to prevent us being troubled by rabbits Where there are no trees or grass we can put the richness back Into the soil with clover If the land is rich this clover may be cut for hay If poor It should be left and turned under to enrich the land as much as possible Never plant anyof the small grains in the orchard Growth Is the most nec salary Item for the young tree TH Todd Missouri NJth tile R ter The healthy bog is the grass ted bog A thoroughbred boar thafi what f want Brood lOW shouM be neither poor nor fat Good bedding Is always necessary in the hogpen Dont try to keep more hogs than IOU can feed profitably The more the hogs live In the pasture be better they will do Sunshine and fresh air are great dls nfectants JDeat idiBt m eot oft he hog house ec 5rgfeal IurntsA steel hypodermic needle Is never Inserted without leaving a permanent blue speck in the skin of the patient probably because of the perhaps very small quantity of Impurity rust or otherwise which It contains The gold needle invariably leaves no mark whatever says Leslies Weekly Ap predating these facts efforts in which surgeons particularly have been lInter- ested have been made for years to contrive a process for hardening gold that It could be used for the blades of the instruments of surgery of all kinds This Is just what Dr Vaughn has accomplished after eighteen years of experimenting and research His method consists of the employment of beat and chemicals but the tempering process does not make an alloy of the precious metal Pure gold tempered by this process remains pure bat the surgical instruments which Dr yaugbn Is now manufacturing and which are beginning to be used extensively in hospitals and by practicing physicians and surgeons are of fourteen carat Oneness these being as efficient but not as costly as Instruments of the purest grade of themetal Aside from its use In surgery which Is the feature of this new Invention which appesls first the perfection of Dr Vaughns process Is of worldwide Importance In many branches Farm Hand and MelaMei The farm hands a dOll brawny colored men had washed at the pump and now sat patiently and quietly at the table Soon their dinner appeared There was rome kind of boiled pork- a long low oblong of pure white fat with just one thread of lean running through It and there was pone de licious pone made by the southern cook and there were potatoes coffee and black molasses The men put the black molasses on their fat pork The Tanner said It Is amazing how farm hands like jDolaaees I like It myself The long hard work In the sunny fields gives you an appetite that Bothimg satisfies as molasses will I used to have an overseer who could DOore have eaten his dlaaer without lelasee than without a knife He took on his platemeat potatoes Ora bean and as oa and he would chop am mingle these things together ndd lag bits of bread besMec and lastly be roukJ take the molasses Jug anSI pour on about half a plat That seems like a heavy and sickening dish for the feet soon of an August day doesnt i17 I tell you though it tastes good to a Baa whe has best teUlag a blazing fleM sties sttwite Irt tried It sad I knew jt j t B D LAKE i Real Estate and Illsurlloo it t IIIIarmst and Tpwn Propertyy t4 Bought and Sold J f Repesent the best companies in ft I i fire and Life Insurance fi Wh J Phone 75 SPRINGFIELD KY 4 4 rf t 44i f II FREE From Isaac Shelby it J C W Beckham ALLOF KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS The First Tlflie Their Pjcturw Have Evtr IN PhUHed FREE The BTenise Post has for several years endeavored to secure pictures of eli Kentucky Corernort and has at last succeeded in securing them thronghjhe assistance of the Ken tacky State Historical Society Ja order to place these pictures in a permanent form they have been arranged in a RUMP In an pt4at Atlas showing Kentucky with the latest ccffins pictures of routesetaURIcensusadSUBSCRIJiloERSHmonths subscription Understand that these rates are by mail only and that the sub scription price by carrier or agent is 10 cents per week Vjf The Evening Post publishes six or more editions dallyand the latest edition is sent to t yThebest market reports IFor all the people and against the grafteriIndependent always For the Home i Wt ttttttttg OSt LOUISVILLE KY Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper The NewsLeader one year The Evening Post one year and the Wall Atlas Ji ALL FOR 350Address F L DAVISON Jr Springfield Kyfe ctrflflBs to a letter recerrett rrsi tnaf socntry by Howard Murphy the Lonls vllle prftflelder whose home In Mem hls Murphy has received a contract which he has signed and returned agreeing to report at Colon on the At lantic side of the canal zone for base ball duty by December The season will commence shortly afterward and continue till February All expenses and a reasonable salary are the Inducements offered Murphy tnd other southern baseball players who mat join Murphy Gallagher Challenge BeelL Dennis Gallagher who claims the tle of champion mixed style wrestler of the world has Issued a challenge to any man In the world In the different ityles of wrestling He Is particular ly anxious to be matched with Fred Beell the Wisconsin star who recently defeated Dan McLeod Gallagher says he Is superior to any mqn In the world it catchascatchcan jlu Jitsu Greco Roman collar and elbow and side hold In harness styles He Is willing he nays to wrestle Pienlug Gotch Jenkins or Hackenschmldt for any sum up to 1000 Her to Coach Feana Shot Patter Dennis Horgan the worlds cham pion shot putter will be at the Uni versity of Pennsylvania to assist Coach MJke Murphy In the development of the red and blue shot putters He Is originally from Ireland but has been lu New tork the last two years He will be a big addition o Penns coaching staff While he has no offi cia connection with Penna athletic tutors he will assist the men In many ways Ryfto r Still Attire Tommy Ryan says ho will come out tt retirement and fightJoe Thomas If one of the Frisco clubs will hang up l 10000 purse UU pf the Snake There is scarcely an animal In ull era ation that has not an instinctive horror of snakes Consequently any natural ly defenseless animal that is wise and clever enough to imitate a snake gains thereby a means of defense thatJs apt to prove very valuable Incase of at tack Many of the cat tribe apparently avail themselves of their powers of mimicry when face to face with an enemy by assuming the hissing spit tlng manners of the viper There are numerous fleree animals that would not hesitate to attack a cat but would think twice before seeking an encoun ter with an angry snake The wildcat has her home in a hol low tree and her tender kittens would make a toothsome meal for almost anj prowling wild beast had their mother no way of scaring oil Intruders Even the boldest will hesitate before Insert Ing an inquiring paw when greeted with n hiss from the angry feline who with cars laid fiat against her head her eyes glaring and her fangs exposed looks In the darkness threaten ingly Ute a furious snake Chlcag Newt The Clever Baby NoddYou say your baby doesnt walk yet Mine does Same age too Your babycut his teeth yctr ToddNo NoddMiiie hasall of their IloddNTodd desperately yes Does ho shave himself or fjo to n bartisr- n Clean Lace To clean real lace equal to new baoto nit muslin round a bottle tack the ace oa It make a suds of fine soap tdd a little borax and wash the lace 7 rubbing with the hands Rinse felt and dry In the sun Them tak ft tbo lace It looks like new Jfrekeas Nata A to a good thing to know ihat If psts grow dry and tasteless from beinf 1cledul1rlukewarm water This applies ts all Mrts of nuts and It ls urprlsmg to see tTTr fiT are 1m roVedtt I I Harness RepairingG i c Neatly and promptly done by an experi enced workman Charges Reasonable Geo B TaJlot T TLe Sboittro I II the northern United Stat s tlift snowdrop Is the oilyl gardehdpw that we can punt on year after jov as U e earllesf sign of spring Its pendulous white blcssoius with heart shaped teal of green wing by Rossctft often appear before the last snow hoa gone Luckily even city families aceS not be without snowdrops for they have been known to thrive Jn narrow passageways between tall houses Most bulbous plants like the baking hot sun of midsummer in order to ripen theIr bulbs but the snowdrop thrives bestIr partial shade It blooms earlier If lIt has a chance at the March sun but 1st one of the very few that will flower regularly though less freely In dens shade and with a northern exposure Country Life In America fleceding i GuntxSThe best Remedy I know for raced ng gums pnys a dental surgeon Isto saturate soda or bicarbonate of soda ised freely us a wash and also in mas wging the gums The soda solution la soothing to the Irritated flesh and is ilso strengthening In massaging rob the gUms with rotary motion from the roots downward so that any pus that might have formed between tho tith and the gums will be forcedqrrt tor It left around the roots flic foreign natter will decay nnd may eat into hom and ruin the teeth r f ThosansS HIT KHiqr d Troablc and Heier Sospecl it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and lett stand tventyfonr hours r a sedimentorset- t1ingiudicatesan unhealthy con p odidon oftixe kid Iixeys ifltgbtius your linen it Is evidence of kid ney trouble t60ffrequent desire paindin the back is also convincing ptoof tUnt the kidney mid bladder are out of order What To DO There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remeclyi Uills every wish m curingtheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder mId every part of the urinary passage 1 It corrects inability to horn water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine pr v beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of bmg compelled to go often during the day and to get jm ninny times during the iiiglit The Judd and the ectraor inary effect of SwampRoot Ib soon realized It studs the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine voushould have tuiehest Sold bycinfa gists in fiftycent and oiiedblWr sizes You ma have a sample bottle and a book that tells all v P bout it bothsentfree by mail Address Dr Ktlnier Co Ding 1 liamton N y When SwmpRe- tisritiug mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember Ute name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot anti the address Bingharnton N Y A4 w r THE NEWSLEAlbE I JI DR JJM BURTON KIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRAcT WITHOUT PAIN Oncffaan Block Tip stIrs SPRNGFlELDt KY Dental Work Strictly i v Firstclass RJCAWt0l RbysiGian and Snrgeon Office hours 8 to 9 am lto2pmO- ffices over Hay donV Drugstore TinptonM D1 4 Office in Opera House o OfilccPhonc o 5 Residence 0 38 = W F GRIGSBY AT LAWATTORNEY pp Office over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY j J JtB ROBARDS M W FYATT RoBARDS HYATT 1Physicians and surgeons Office over C W Hagans gro cery opposite Presbyterian church DWW Ray l PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON J Office over Ha v don Robert i sons Drug Store Piionclsl Office 155a4 f Residence 172t JOflNY MAYS UOPAL wHttTOB JkltrUCOSEDfllULMEIIiA TELfePHONE V D YJ19 NIGHT 74pi SPM6FIELB1T r Rairoad ScheduleSrFollowing is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville attl 410pm Bavdstown Junction 1 502 pm Bardstown 552 pmtrrves at Springtield 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 630 m Bardstown 617 am BafxrSjpwn Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 ama1o 43Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Jonctionh 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm Noli Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm BardstQwnJLunotion 435 pm 7 arrives at Lbuisville 545 pm t c No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bardslj town 8 am Bardstown Junction 1845 am arrives at Louisville 93J aIl l4No 9l Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown H Junction 650 pm Bardstown 753 p m arrives at Springfield V825 pm ToTobacco Sh1jieEs We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly or indirectly with any other warehouse or ware 3i nouecom pany V Wecondubta Strictly Inde i YendentTobaccoWarehou5e pectfully solicit your patronage 4 0 A BRIDGES Co Proprie tors Picke tTobacco Warehouse Lpnivjlle 1r40 8 mo FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES t Baked Daily Always good always fresh We have 3r Baker who is an ar tist at making good things tbL9aves of Bread for 25c Hertliens Confectionery THE tEXAS WONDER f Cures 4dRheumatic troubles scld by t all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 51 D- rEW t Hull 2926 Olive sfreet yiLouis Send for Kentucky e jstimonTalsi = i InsurancetS IiiVuriin tile Farmers Horn e Iniutaiacja Company of Junction Cftjr Kyc the only company Iin the ttMe that makes any clauh V x f piyjng its losses in fuUrJi I TOWN r mwro iiHWHilfii5ii Local Happenings oT Interest The Freshest tand Latest i AH About Yourself Friends I and Acqualntances tftftnJ Tbreenice mackerls for 25c Also white fish at McElroy ISbRenew your subscription for 1907 and get a good magazine free to For Lenton supplies go to McElroy Snader They have a full line of the best 1FOR RENTTwo- w rooms over T Leachmans store En- qUire of M L SearcyT Our package mincemeat lsaseller Two full size pies for lOc at McElroy Shader f Our line of caned goods is complete and wave only t e best McElroy Shader J FOR RENT Two rooms second floor of Peoples Bank building Heafcrlightt and Water furnished If you want the best 15c salmon on the market go to McEl roy Shaders They have it ttey Chas 13 Holder ofKen tuc y Uniuersity will fill the pulpit at ihe Christian church on- extSunday 0hase Sanbourns coffee still leads Special prices in50 pound lots McElroy Shader role agents j Protracted meeting will begin t the Chrisiian church here on ttie first Sunday in March The meeting will be conducted by Rev J A Coke State Evange liiti r Buckwheat cakes and maple syrup make a good combinatio I We have the flour and the syrup 3clElroy Shaderff rNowre Giovine1 the finest facett cream on the market Cures chapped skin pimples tetterr etc Sold by Miss Josie T Lea- pringfield Ky We have a complete line ofI olives and pickles Have you- rried our sweet mixed or plain sweet pickles Jf not try them l they are ftne McElroy Sha der 3 A nice line of ladies underwear ind shirt waists just received They are the best quality I ave ever s enicr the price Lateststyles come ana see them Mrs Williams We have received for distribu ion from Congressman D HISmiljhja load can load more or less of garden seed Anyone desiring a free package will be accommodated by calling at ihe News Leader office IIfyou have trunks household goods or other articles to be transfed you will save time money and worry by calling on the Springfield Transfer Co Depot phone 22 J L ALLEN Prop For a limited time we ill make the following offer We will send the NewsLeader and the Louisville Daily Herald and that popular magazine Our Country all for one year for two Dollars This applies to renewals and to new subscribers as well v We callattentiOn of our readers to the long lst of farms and town property pub lished in this issue off the News Leader and for sale by BD Lake the real estate ma1Mr Lake offers some attractive bar gins and anyone looking for a farm will0 do well to consult himi Married Feb 7th at Rose Hill Miss Catherine Lena 1Rodg Mr Walter Adams Rev HH Garman officiating The bride is the highly accom pli ned daughter of Mr Daniel Rodgers of Penwick the groom being a bustling farmer of Mack itle The following have beer granted license to marry by the the county clerk during the past weeklt 37 E Payne and Miss Pearl Payne T H Bugg and Miss Emma Lawson C W Adams and Miss Lena 0 Rogers Apthony Mattingly and Mrs Lillie Osbourne ITbere will bea special meeting ofJEquity at the Court House on TOPIG81I nftftftnftftftftftY ro next county court day to which every farmer and particularly every tobacco grower in the county is urged to attend Plans for the pooling of the tobacco Cr9P of 1907 will be discussed A number oflstkeps will make speechess Miss Katherine Russell had the misfortune to fall and sprain htttrigbt elbow whileskating at the rink last Friday night an4 as a result she is carrying her arm in 4 sling Services will be held in the Presbyterian church next Sun day Rev Williams a student in the Presbyterian Seminary of Louisville will preach morning and evening Edd Green the young son of Mr Nace Green died at the- homeof Mr Tom Comstock near town on Monday after a short illness of pneumonia The de ceased was about 20 years of age and was a hard working young man The funeral took place on yesterday morning and the burial was in bt Dominic cemetery v Serious Charge Jitri Bowman a young man jfrov Lebanon was arrested here Monday night at the home of his sister Mrs George Tong on the charg of detaining a w manThe arrest was made by Towu Marshall Phillips and Jailer George Catlett on infor mation received from Lebanon o jbhe effect that a warrant fiad been issued for the young mans arrest The offense with which Bowman was charged is said to have occurred Saturday night and on Monday the Marion grand jury which is in session an indictment It was ooa bench warrant issued on- his indictment that the arrest was made Policeman Ark Thompson of Lebanon was notified assoon as the arrest was made and he came over that night and took the young man back with him Another war ant was issued for John a brother of Bowman accused of being implicated in the same offense JObn Bowman was also arrested at Lebanon on Tuesday MattinglyOsborneThe Mr AE Mattingly and Miss Lillie Os borne took place at St Rose Monday at high noon1 TEe bride is the beautiful and attrac tive daughter of Mr and Mrs C H Osborne of the St Rose neighborhood and is a well known ana popular young lady while the groom is an enterpris ing young man of Lduisville The attendants wOre Miss Ella Osborne sister of the bride and Mr Sylvester Mudd of Louisville Immediately after the ceremony the young couple left for Louisville where they will reside accompanied by Miss Ella the charming sister of the bride Their many friends ex tend congratulations The Sick A great deal of sickness pre vails in the community The little tbree year ole girl of Mrs BessieJReidel Is critically ill with pneumonia and unless aj change for better comes within tthe next few hours its life is despaired of Mrs Will Johison continues in a very critical condition with puerperal fever and a few hours will decide the question of life or death with her Miss Susjin Edwards an old and highly respected ledy of the county is at the point of death She is afflicted with a cancer and QOOOOOO ooooo ooo To My Patrons The past season was the most successful I Jiave had My patrons made it so and liar past favors I am most thank ful and ask a continuance of your trade for next season g Mrs WilliamSjJOO- OOOOOOOOOOOOOo 4 4 rro Make ROQml 45 I5 FoEatter and Spring Goods 5 afl hats must so at your own price Come in and take your 4 5 your choice of the few left 5 45 None will be reserved 4 I MISSKNOTTOppositei First National Bank and Pottoffice I is not expectedto suryive but a short time Mrs Robert Montgomerys condition has not improved and her chances are not favorable to recovery PEAIiIQNA Mr H M Grandy is in Louisville Mr John W Lewis was in Louisville Tuesday Miss Kate Wharton is visiting relatives in Louisville Mr Wat ban Simnis is visiting his mother of this place Mr Spalaing Clements went ta Louisville Sunday Mr Will Huston of Maud tfus in town last Frjday H Mr Wathen Putman of Lab anon was in town Friday Mrs J B RoBards is visiting her parents at Burgin Mr PJ Thomas has been in Lonisyille thisfweek onbusiness Miss Fannie Edelen was in Louisville Saturday and Sunday Mr Will H Wharton was in Ldusville the first of the week Mr Kant M lntire and siste1ll Miss Josie were in Louisville Sunday Mrs Fannie E Meyer iIff visiting friends in Bradfordsville tuis week I Mesdames Fred Hagan and Will Hagan spent Wednesday in Lebanon Messrs J A Johnson and August Ott were in Lebanon Thursday Little Lillian Towler is ill with what is feared to be ty- phOId fever Mr Richard Wathen of Bardstown Junction is visiting relatives here Rev W H Williams has been in Louisville teis week attending the Gay lectures Mr Gear ge Medley has re turded to OwensBoro after a weeks visit to his family Miss SaMe Mayes has returned nome after a visit to Mrs T D Wells inLebanon Mrs Henry Leachinn visited her daughter Mrs Arch Hayes in Louisville last week Mrs Theo Campbell spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her parents at Lebanon Mr Wallace Jarbde of Louisville was the guest of Mr Leon Allen Saturday and Sunday Mrs Tom Spalding and children Of Bardstown are visiting her mother Mrs Ben Haydon Mr Will C McOhord Jr who has been visiting relatives in Kansas City Mo has returned home Mr Matt Mayes is in Lexing MayeIsLebanon Mrs Arthur Goatley is ex pected in from Clyde Kansas this week to join her husband Iat this place Mr James N Saanders and wife of Stanford wereguests of Mrs T Scott Mayes the latter part of last week Mrs H D Rodman who visited her sister Mrs L H Thur man last week returned home last Friday Mrs TW Simms Jr went to Nazareth yesterday td viither daughter Miss Flaget who is attending school there Mr Arvin Noe who was called here by the death of Mrs Rod ney Williams returned to Gin cmnati last Sunday Mrs M L Searcy and daugh ter Miss Ethel will leave next Monday to visit Mr John Searcy and wife in New Mexico Mrs Frederick Manget after a weeks visit with her parent Mr and Mrs John W LewiI r1dayMisses Bertha MUler of No Hope and Susie Carter of Leb anon have returned to their homes after a visit to Mrs TrustyMesdames1 A R Hhultz and George Tucker and Misses Mt randa and Mabel Tuckerspent yesterday with Mrs Nannie Drye in Lebanon Mrs Theresa Mudd Mrs Lizzie Clements and Miss Carrie Edelen were palled to Lebanon yesterday morning by the serious illness of Mr William Clements Mrs C N Royalty returned to her home in Winchester after spending several weeks with her father Mrs Arch IPerkins who has been very ill with pneumonia Mr David Yankee of the ycasinto renew his Subscription tq the NewsLeader Mr Yankee has been a subscriber to the paper for 23 years Mr Will Medley who has been in Danville for the past six months stopped over here last week Be goes to Louis ville to take a course in stenog raphy after which he will go to Owensboro accept a position with the Daviess County Dis tilling Co- Marshal John Grace left yes terday for a trip South in search of health He will go either to HendersonviJle N C or to the Southwest probably San An tJnio Tex but will not tully de termine the matter until he has consulted some physicians in Louisville Mrs GC Wharton attended the reception given by Mrs Richard Wathen of Lebanon Tutfijidajr afternoon In the ev- eningha Misses Wathen enter tained their unmarried friends Those who attended from here were Misses Althaire Medley Mattie Robrtson and Sadie Mayes Mrs G C Wharton entertained a number of friends at eight hand euchre Tuesday afternoon Sixteen ladies participated in the game Misses Lucy Selep man and Sadie Mayes kepfethe score The visitors prize was won by Mrs Frederick Manget a half dozen cut glass salt cellars Mrs P G McElroy won the first prize a band painted plate Miss Willie Knott received the consolation prize a match safe I HUleFora1 IF A nice four room cottage on East Main Street All modern improvements For particulars nqure of Lut her A Burns = Its Wqrth J traveling a long distance tojhave your teeth extracted jg = WithHt raife ir DMier 1 5 I All work guaranteed g w w IIIIIL GOHINED D S wBardstoWD Kyt 1 tl tt iJt I1 It It Letter List t List of letters remaining Uncalled for in the Sprihgfield Ky PO weak ending February 13 1907 Logan Ahderson Lisey Clay E Devin- e6eoDtem Newt Edwards Mrs Mary Esery Mrs Mattie Higdon Jphn Hagens Miss Elizabeth Kimbrpugh Miss Lois Johnston EB Long Peter McMillin col Earnest Shoe maker Mrs Emma Right Persons camngiioftheseletters will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M A Cart This is to certify teAt all drUggiSts are authorized to refund your mone y If Foleys JHoney and Tar fails tour vour cough or cold It stops the cough heals the tunas and prevents serious results from a cold Curs grippe coughs and prevents pneumon ia Jind consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package Refuse substitues Sold byJThe Red Cross Drug Store WANTEDBy a prominent monthly magazine with large high class circulation local rep resentative to look after renew als and increase subscription list in Springfield and vicinity on a salary basis with a continuing interest from year to year in the business created Expenence desirable rtjut not essential Good opportunity for the right person Address Publisher box 57 Station ONew York mm Mewls Says Mams iaie The bowls of a collie were the meaaa Andersonmdthe roadside Asbury was riding from Knlghtstown to Anderson The night was very cold and after thirtysix hours In the saddle he was stricken with cramps and fell from his horse A farmers watchdog attracted by the noise of the passing horse followed It some distance down the road barking as he went The dog soon awakened his masterpPrauk Plttsford The col lie ran yelping Into the yard and back up the road again to where the man lay unconscious Here lie remained and kept up his barking until Mr Pitts ford put on his coat and followed When Plttsford found the ninn there were but few signs of remaining life SDecial l Awceieit Re artto The UuaiFureFoii11llru1 Law We are pleased to anaounce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lunfr troubles is not etteeted by tb National Pure Food aad Drug Law as h contains no opiates or oth er harmful drugs and we tecommeni It na a are remedy for children and adults Sold by the Red Cross Drugstore to oooooooo XX XKKH ooo OOOOOO j3HT 1 8 I C Foi sale at Public Auction Saturday Feb16 On the streets of Springfield These cows are Jersey cows and heifers and will nWke fine milk cows for private family use or for dairy herds Q They will positively bsold to thehihtQ bidder No bybiddinf They have been brought here to sell and they must be told I V IL H THURMAN 8 H R ThOMPSON- GOOGOUGGOOOQ8 O oooooaJ I I A SWEEPING SALE iI I I iII FOR CASH what t r We have some odds and ends Winter Clothing anda i i which purpose more move make room for onrtSpring goods will any inducement these g ishould move As a special ducement Cash Buyers will make prices for the 30 twill mOve these goods t 4 We wish ton the attention of tobacco iOP our line of tobacco canvass All prices qualities 1 iI J i BUCKEYE TOBACCO 717 East Water St CiiKiMati Ohio IWA a 1 W A Bradford Tandy iNDEPENDENT Does a strictly commission business Interest of patrons csre fully guarded Three months free storage We give all ship pets 150 per hogshead for all tobacco consigned al1dlc equalize freight with LoUisville We pectfull solicit your busine Phone Main 2681 f kk II 11 iiwi iiwlrillliijWiw c t It I 3 PARKS 6 SIMMS Located on Doctor Street net to Narks Greens Lumber Yards a f I Horses Bought and Sold fi 200 Commission Any one desiring a horse for any purpose should give scail We can supplY Tow or 3 you have a horse for sale can find you a buyer j Wf 3 ALSO HAVE HORSES AND RIGS FOR liRE fBYON PARKS f1WILL SIMMS Ii m J t 1 ili1 ili1 CLOSE tli1 ATTENTION iif1Itli1 I give to alj lfjWo k brought me and as tli1 i result I am able to ii1 GUARANTEE SATISFACTION If you jiave a watch or Ew of p we to to to if prices be in to we next that fI to CO to to us re at us If we U F Is tlir clock to mend or wish your EYESIGHT CORRECTIU brif t perfectly fitted glasses lam prepared to wait on yoi 0 Jas J fli Stfeeet opposite church fJ3 t IZ4ff12 BRAN- OSHOES WEAR xy AFEt 1 OV RCOATSi iJ Ii Days meniOP iMcINTIREb LEAF WAREHOUSE BRADFORD QUiIPIbeIrY Livery and Sale StableS Proprietors Mmm GrveSiM- ain Presbyterian W C Norwlne of Flat River in the lead mine UJtrictrof Missouri hasent us this photo ofa pair of Diamond Brand Jhocs worn 10 months undlcqrouawhere Aordinary shoes average about 6 weeks f 7 Our heavy Diamond Brand work s ec we m vny way as superior in their das as arc our highest trade shoes and we make more fine shet than any tker IdresaHouse in the WestpWA M4KL AlONE PNf SIOU 77iC4N 4 MOUSE N 7flP wgar 7 LOTHEP i t The Pension Service Bill r ijli ision sogyicef pill pis ed fljilbioinse and no s reac S11 Jar the Presidents reads as follows irAny perccm who served fir orrnoreint14m1itary OrJ 1 Orirnvall service of the United t I Statesduriog the late Civil War g 9r6bdaysin the war with Mex fjjpisindvvho has been honorably lI Tsc1iarged therefrom and who t has reached the age of 62 years J y orr over shall upon mauirg pioofolsuchfact according tt subh rules andregulation as tIe fO Becietary of the Interior may cprot af bep1acFupbi the pen rsiniroll and bene1tifljld fto re y cliVe a pension ars follows it y In case such pars n has 4 1 reached the age oo2 years 12 r 4 P per month 70 years 815 per LIdonth7 years or over 20 per tmonth and such pensions shall commensse from he date of the i 1 filing bf tOetpplicaLi n iu the Bureau of Pensioiis after ihf passage and approval of this TI apfe k Prov ddtbat pensioners who are Qyottrs of gebr over a 4ii and wboartI receiving peiI q sionsi under exiffcuu lfca or whose cbims or lpending Jn Ue t Bureau of P nssions may by 1ti1ilftNJtrth nu4sienei of Pensions in such fppw fas Ije ianesarbe reive tberpt fits of this Ctpand nohig Jjerpia contained halt peitNi pO11OL eisonenUtlod t z 1 ngn io1 frdmLproatutiv4 his r iJ1 lnliL9 ad ietel1ltff01 t1mler ally u- tpeca1cttdkf I t F 6t1d ttt iiio pprars- 1 llfeM faeeive n pwastop under I44hr1 law at rbe same tsw Il tnI f i tiJj m pet c la receiyln ft pens OH under iTe provision of tlrrs t r- ii PraviKjad uthoar thit no per son who finn receiving o shafi herBaftrr receive a jfrea t1 pension undci ary eiHMitf r ot special law titan be would be en titled to receive under the pro vfetons herein sbftll be penkn abfe una r this act the rank ir fhe service shall not be consid ered in applications filer BiHS 9fl1 11JDt np pti stOnA tJtfI cJrnCr otb r ja son fehalij bondm dto receiver r aliy cbiai z pensa ion for serVIces reveQ id presntin any flaim to the Bureau of Pension or securing a pension under this ct f1 ihfntingIriJ fdrTrrib Ji ij TrPve lived in California 2C years and am still hunting foi trouble in the way of burn seres wounds bOils cuis sprain or jn base of piles tha Buc leUjS Arnica Salve wont glI icure writes Charles JWalters of Alleghany Sierra Gp ouse hunting Mr WaP tlrfif It cnres every case Guart anteed at Haydon Ro- btonis f fiJrug store 2oc 1 When the Mills Bill was Law c jf aslpas in Courier JournalI n TfigtuckY liefre addi tioio the ConstittttHOii M 1891 tim jusrfiTce of the peacaufr jac county collectively formed the 4 5ourt of CMaims vhjcb was tb iiiscai authority ysnd kgislath a tents ouunty correspond i iii1 yunty court rr su rVlsdfi lif most of I States MetCAlfe conety wa 1 1 Rgpubufean aiift nine of jht tweiv b Jtlet of tl Court 1L l 7Claims were tll publicin Bugiijfe W Newmtrj the a lawyer and now a well known polili Bil felayiafe uu ler thur sa oi LMoyLd asn Dpocztt- TheOourt wan in sessionn Nty enrbi14ind IownnbTt eas Ha ilS inakiug Ids ag J 1mentyheni u ra SBnger handof I hniia note Hread it and y i 1ejrof 49uyhingI t t npti Coughing day after day jars o 1 and tears the throat and lungs frqil the healthy tisslics give- i it t ay Ayers Cherry Pectoral stops the coughing and heals the torn membranes The best kind of testimonial Sold for over obtty years byTTCYPP Co LowII JmuUtWtunra of 4 A RlApnuLA lJers r Sy oR t We have no lecdt w pub1tkh the tormulM of flU our mcdleln lmlusnCfS constipatlcn rctardTrs 4 fGVry Cure those with Ayeris PI4 i w fwI w r O Operation i Mrs Malinda Akers of Basham Va writes eltI had what doctors call prolapse and couldnt stand straight Ir had pain in my back and shoulders and was very irregular and profuseI Doctors said an operation was needed but I Gouldat bear the thought of the knife After taking three bottles ofWine of Cardui I could walk around Can nown3o rqy housework and am in splendidl health Cardui is a pure vegetable medicinal essence especially adapted to cure womens diseases It relieves excessive periodicall pains regulates irregularities arid is a safe pleasant and reliable 1 remedy for all I sick women I Iii suc cessful use forover 70 years Try it At Every Drug Store iii 100 Bottles 1 tJ WINE OF CARDUI J14 l split the air with the rebel yell The chairman of the CUrt tap ped for order Mr Newman said May itpriease ttIia Houor 4tblQ Jh XU i iformud rom the ra1toftdjturr tlrn Grov t 0 e vela hd lias been elected TPrtsident oft the United Abates 1 move tftis HotiortiLble Curt tb t4tlltf Mi flwion1 Redtio tipnTarilf BHJ be tdeclllt1iifed tlC iiv ofiiUd Ami thE Gount iby a unanimous yoe- bt1l4afisd3tBe ai Wei JifainePin ilv ciat e DOUfFnt Cf until tOtport rv wbat you can dd to daj Ir You art suffering from tptpid liyer or constipation don wait until tomorrow to get help Buy a bottle of Herbjne and g jt th liver workibg Bright Pr n ptne about health saveBinany sick spelte Mrs Ida Qreaham Poirt Tcxa writes I used Heroine in my fcfamil foisix yea a andflnd it does all ii Claims io do Sold by the Re Cross Time Store Flattened by Negros Head 4The hen of the negro iis proverbially as Jhacd as a ock bpi this was proved ta1 be literally irue in Frankfort Jastl nighi hena bullet ias Ilatt ntc asainst the cranium of1 Sister Cook a negress The shot which sent bhe leader missile withsuch force agains cr skull with force sufficient tc flatten it but still not damngc the woman was area by Tohi Seltt nr a negroman Sue was within ii feet of Shelton but it hardly feozed her She was seated by the shots however and reaching back r boodtlickl1ngloWI she started down the street Celling at tIe top of her lungs that she was shot The leaden bill was almosl flat A thorough xammatior ailed to shpw that any seric us damage had bten done to the womans henCh save the cutting ofThe flesh The incision wad was sewed Up and soon she was back down the street again none the worse for lur unique experi epce The flattened bullet wai givert to MarhaLLllis1Pranhf- ort Journal v sicial AllrlUllC111lltrJ ReearJiDi N tIonal Pure pooAnd Dro LvY Ve are pleased to announce tha Foleys Honey and Tar for cough colds and lun troubles nOt eliecte by the National Pure food and Druj LaliS it contains no opiates or oth Tf harmful drugs and e ecothmen it as a sfe remedy f T cttiWrwn ani Adults Sold by the Itd Oosj1rLI- store J r c l t BigPrice r0 T 4- Prics pkflr tCIYUICO cjn hreak t s in Le cfrftg 4urin 1f past w kbavebeftl th the same qUllli yufI c ha brought ifl Kenlncky ttf1as tiI tNZ 1hLiea tIIO a 6os for te high I h rtt that tb AineL Societ- i Equiyc4imi t zrv i Vt cn TfTthqj uvdnr4tt t tW haJJ nnt115 Cf fji p niI plidohd the majtIv4 of tlt growers tue loitii ai4lt thi lObacco untiLvt h r are r secured J xj wi t darJnt tipk l fItjounts lilt a pi lt from4w 1J rt frfiiJ 3U quality of ttbaeco Ias t Igl for the tr i v r4 rrori to qrnf Tie t4y hL ie tii dU m e ttn t tff c 1idUJ irdtionsgre that j su4Ive kr w ill Ki8i the bvt j rrrhe ttJ OtD lf inrr JJreeivedbut bimrtJ rtJt1 v i FREE ADVICE Write us a Jetter describing all ymptomsand we will send you four seated envelope dlllr1Address isory Departments The ChatUnooea MedklneCo Cliatta lean Tpounds sold Harrodsbarg Herald If your stomhch does not hive a cheerful QspOstionj anti groans when you ovtrloan it use lMiOi1QI GuirAntesd to curethe worse OsSC of indi es bion or cost nothing SIc1by thc Red Cross Drug Store Courier j urna1Iii tTfie OourifirJciirnal has ric nwy arja u a special feature of its Sandny edi on a 5it VPJ- pa ii1rsraid wAge thitI lb the ualof any of ttte tn cent wS ff ine5 pdt sdEight pages are filled vsiib riatt one pictui5f oi PhlnS at eveik of special jp est to- IMuisyI1e ndThe State of Ket- tuekyj wbil the pages co tiii t1icn 1I etc rertd bf othieiff1 The C C6gPP I unIIdayrsseetf this paper l nowfr1 1tbe equal of aay pperpltelv d and tt is ooourfcy mproviilKTh tSt1JU1her 1of pejs alpob Ifty fooV i There is but o pf tretui nl fr IIfI I mei and the Red Cross Driig Store seU t in that way omI pleto outfitSi mOIl Y refunded ifit fails IGood Newspaper Rule 7People who wrtfe things which they wouid like to see prinled in a newspaper should bear in min Il that what they write as their personal opinion should he Itheyfor them to attach their natnos II to it should not be printfed Remember the rule of all decent newspapers and you will never have 4 occasions to go wrong This is the rule which we give in all kindness Nevaskariev p pertodo anything you are ashamed to do ourseif Jt Ex i Pilfeso people have Piles Yhj suffer from piles when you can use IISalvII so good that the name Is stainpdon eictf box Sold by the Red Crosd DllfCj RoriIl r A Record Breaker Ho aid Nuttar sod toIMr w II Gen Jon B Casfalem not Lou isvill the threeVearo d Sf rgedinglIonk rortJPQlln blue ribbons iud- red ones Mr Nutter has raist dI three saddla geldings and sold lh jm all atr2iiVree years old fgv QO i S feach He has shown stt dlt e lifg for thirty four suGcossfwl u rIF aj4d never catuo tipme without a blue string Be has t ridden 14times sometimes there being as many as 20 rders ar ntvtrotat blue tie He his al f solaovnatpiries 14 t mes jas life ucfiiest fnan ard nevci lost a blui tIoFmers IJoais Jour nnll I Iwi1Ir2Cream Vermifuge WORM- tIlMEDY CHILDENjFAVOB1TE TOSlC JJTHE or IMITATIONSij PHtPABCO BallardSnow Liniment Co- reTLou1s MOL told by Red Cross Drug Strt tiI = Irw iff a I U FEE aFFE1R 11 I Ve have secured a limited number of subscriptions toII one of the best magazines published in the South which we t willi give i OlQ ly Free witheach new subscriber to the NewsLeader and to each renewal Oold subscriber who pas up and pays one in year in advancet i t 31a OUR COUNTRY v Is a Monthly Magazine published at Louisville and is an attractive illustrated Magazine and is ably edited We willfcirnisji the NewsLeader and Our Country one I year for 1 Address 1 E L DAVISON Jr Publisher- J I l i SPRINGFIELD J KY ItJJI r1Ii = 1 BUTTON MADe The Height of the Craze In the Tim of Louis XIV The oSieat buttons at present in tboiqollectiMll red at Mycenae at the time of the g8fttiott undertaken by Dr Jcliliamajm out also those found iu the tomb ol Childeric 1 The latter were exhibited at the Louvre the MtMee de Soiivertjjis They are uade of gold 1111of coUgred gJase mi tatinf garnet Button detach ed from copes and relifiow gar newt of miMIc iijares and elf the vnaMttance lhare afeo beeii dweor red But the richest thinsp of tm kind- beyoflIi4 doubt are those that were well bitil I XIV 1LMazeSen icr in tlae iR iistero1 Dianij- md PWiienta to the King at prei ttt jneserred In the raihisrrjr ofrign affiiiirc gives n official account I Mie batlou of that pompous sot rejgn It is na follows iprewiRtjitttowj Yftlijed ci 180CI30 livre hey 7 1G8 Lade anti Jit rod by Sir Bo IX diHraood but ous SCfMO lIM c j Jidy SO iGF Handed ovW by oBtniiqj to the Marquis de Seign ay for the King aeveitfcy vt dia- noml Imltous 586703 liTrti Alaf 16srwo dfctfOfcd uttoneB7 6 Pire Aug G8lhiee dutu ond uttoiis p9i60 livrec Doff 20 JC85 Foitr 4kD Qnd mttona 83775 livrw Another item in thd same year July 6 1085 Fiirnlsbeil by lontnrey for the kings vest forty ight gold buttons ea Jh jet with a iainpnd and ninety ixi claps for yeight of which were tnrnposedof Ivo dwinottds each ant fortyeight fone iHuaodd ouch 184iI3 livrw- AUjp aL clasps for the doublet f the kiJJg 12or which were brmvd orae diiinond each and Lg2 of one dwuiond each l i345 irrw hi addition there were lietwj QP tamoAtal ciaAps of three diamoiidei nch 2Oi27O1irca Suiit1ryprfseiit i thirtyUtFtf or- ameuted cLJIpI 4 o G61litres Tht fooLs up tnt d of about 1000000 lirrts for the batter of lie gAsttkiitg Iorthe5 ngi yer CH5 The preceding year jtailrrT reeehed lot of buttoilllbatI IriJW lIajdtJ011OOO Iivres jJl hese enomcriitions there is 00 LCD jolt of the dianjonds for the shot he gurters the cuffs and UM hat tf tbeinoriarch Wd arsbliged to admit with our oet n1 orcmata garuhed With niserable tlrcloUt and botte nf airs WC cut a poor figure hi w hnc f btitThn 1iuin w cwSjtend to the dude of tty days of lpirIV 1Jwh1rjNqi Af Tr4w 1iiid in tWi toun ire 1IrOUo litr wedding day IIItl Hlfe l ceremony and hi after eIiXiin e liMd4dps of- farewell Jiarty Jven the day be rcrlt this w what Russian irl iii supposed to do 4s the UYot- riagei to be fasbionabk4bould not lDeItate abe iiil U r couimenci her new wriodof life Besides b deitiiiday Jiere trt bridesmen tbeldJaUerbc lug obliged to prtvnt iie brides naids with ffwetoipats A ncxm Lge fot1ow J th 1tiOi boeing- elegantly taoununl tletUJC of Christ iii foM and silver which is tatioried against tHe altar The bridel uiaid fo not all dre t IIie- ntlttirn tber J5 unlimited itdqji u6 rS His Way of Pairing 3 A innuber af years ag t M a araaU own hi Maine an im oHaiiit local rllection wfcs to take placet and there was Strong rivalry between UioKt iub1ican i artc Democrats Old Hi am 4roric tire blacksmith was a strong iDemoefrat but ninnyof tho rfarmers WQTO JQpublicana On the morning qf the electipn a farjnjjr anT6 fo Inure his horse sbod The dacksmittiI sail to ntrtWerc HRVu Ynnre a Republican and 1in- Democrat Lets pair off Well neither of us votntrcl it will tmount to the same as iHotl went to jthe polls This was n1Ucol flpon tftar election it was fount ofitthat torso had paired off with ftvt Republican farmors 1 J DESIRABLE PaOPERTY t FOR SALE RV I- t3 D TAKR i KyiI t rINo 3 70 acres miles from Spring field good dlrelling good tobcco barn pfenH tobacco laltP good water clone to school boose1 und church IMccMOper acre IRo 4I 2 6 acres three good barns two dVeJlings Jffaty of grass All ol the farm ready for the plow Price Ocracre No 5 IfiJ ares seveu miles from Springfield plenty titular oak ash hickory guod dwelling and barns well watered onehalf mile from schoolhouse aRdc1mrchGood to bacco land PrUfe per acre S15 No p 05 acres nine miles from Springfield 2fr acres timber two lUpusest one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10 108 acres seven miles from SjMinjrfield 16 acres good tim tier lIehtY foi t0hiCC land god b ra line orcharcd good large dwelling Will make flue dairy farm on railroad Price f3750per acre Ho 12 TIM most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16 ifMJ acres 7 miles from Mpringliekl good pike one 7 room dwelling bar 1n good repair 1 good stuck larnSO acres in hlut gra55 rest JD cultivation plenty of water Price sm 108 174 acres 10 miles frcm Spring fieUL one goodroomim dvfell lputSone utile from school and church rood stock barn All outbuildings iftt acre bottomland 00 rods stone hace Price 32 1o 19 2fl acrts 75 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses tWo grood wells plerity of sn1fls lhiie young orchard kind of fruit large and small ice- WtIfte cacriage hloase aU outlmillding new Price t50 No20 250 acres nine miles front Sprinjfftekl good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty jjLfnts flue qrchard an acre 11 No 21 icres good wire fence plenty locust 1osts4 miles from bprinffficld r No 22 121 acres 7 miles from Sprint Held good dwelling good barn yI orcJmrd line imilimeral spring plenty of water Price SJ 5 per acre dwelling2tubaceobacco line barn new mile from 4 MUM oe half mile from school Some thuber Aalifobacco lund ivtmll fenced plenty of water Price p rf acre No 24t 1M acres 3 miles from Springtiekl ou bot pike one 0 room dwelt ing in bud rcnair2 tobacco bams 1 stock barn i com crib ice houme hen hoUIte meat house cLln 38 acrb of bottiVin land fence in good repair Jrice 3IW per acre Ni 25 24S acres 24mnUes from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar weLt in yard good cittern at barn line stock barn ft under eerrheldacres of conE tltls year Kp 27 atj acres railed Irma Sprinjfilcld J room dwellttiff barn hohia ft acres qf tobacco nne welt milk houb hen lKHh e smok houne orchanJ well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price tlbflO No I8 acres JlJi miles from Springfield on004lOAd M tulle from pike plenty of tobacco land well f H Price 30 pet acre easy jayoHJuU No 3I 231 acres In Nelson county lOft Stlmer pike I miles from Bartls town miles trOt Btooniflekl 10 room Wick dwelling fine tock barn cistern at liant loft that will hold 20 tons of hay sinaI laze ZttixIOfto 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant huu e graiherr 2 story painted ma chine houst JO ft long one of the nicest ht met lit Nelson county Price 100 per acre Alt limestone land No 35 225 acres fine land in time edge of Springfield Wiltsell as whole or divide it Some timber welti watered Plenty of grass Cheap J o 3ti llpus and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70x210 hUjrfDdrenyard Hot and cold water all over hnuaie One of boat net hborho s ii1- I tQlftn 3000 INo 38 180 acres 1st miles fromI fSpringrtekty t on gdod llkLt1arnu in good grass y six room djvelling fine gtk barn tell feoce Pienty stock wat r 35 per acre No lvriA ncres goal four om dwfellSng tobacco barohbidi ten tobacco Twenty live acres of rrYjiUi vuile l and Winnie whetized while wntry wit da whined weirdly Willie wriggled while Winnie Wheezed wretchedly Wiat0hi whit pgrs winter wiiids work wheezes Whreforc we yrit Use JCetmae4y- sEnxitio Cugh Syrup iT thir4- ttse an ROOd oidby tl1tr Eed Cr I JJrngbtJre fber ipfcntj of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco doseIwateredigoodoutbuildings Qne well in yard 2750 t fromSpringfield dwellingbuiltNever failing spring in yard milk orchardPlenty willJw1dand all outbuildings Fine rass plenty tobacco land Threequarters churchtIriceNo 45 164 acres one and onehalf sxfialldwelling oflocltcre No 46 97 acres 7 7 miles from Spririgfielft on pike 25 acres of fine Umber small house stock barn well Watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre No47 76 acres 8 miles from Springfiejd small dwellings one ten acre tobacco barn small table some timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover Price 2 000 No 49 Afann containing 254 acres eight miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling seven acre tobacco barn jtfenty tobacco land Plentylocustschool Price 325p per acre No 50 82 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike grOom plentytobaccol orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles Jrom depot 50 per acre No tl 152 acres 4 miles from on good pike in lCooney The best tobaccogrowing parlhbf Nelson county Gocd five twentyUegrasstinewaste laud on farm On rural router Price S47 per acre No 52 135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres tine tobacco land onehalf mile front moneydhvnye irs Price 24 per acre No 53 A good investment in city property on Main street No 54 Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues Several other pieces of town prop SpringfieldNo fv 200 acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwelling tobacco plentyIonnty farm will raise tobacco 7o per acre No 06 265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike close io church and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn new stock barn Price 40 per acre No 57 153 acres 3 miles North of tacklme on Wilflsburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 7o acres fine tobacco land plenty locust pots well watered and fenced Price S3i nor acre No ji9 133 acres 8 miles from Springfleld 5 room dwelling 8 acre t ba co barn good stable and meat house milk house tine well and fine orchard trees tine tobacco doe to church and school lanaIl per acre iNo 60 330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn aud two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres ol bluegrass plenty of todacco land Price 15000 No 01 Iffitf acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acres of virgin soil 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn buggyhousebarngoodfenceS75 No62 150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn goo stock barn some timber farm ail in irra well vater milesIper countyisj bac obarn plent of timber 90 acres of grass plenty oflltje tobacco land plenty of water One of the bet tr Lacco frrms in Nelson county Price ISflper acre u Ute a little Kpdol after your nfforpInmarly approximates the djges ive julte ld gests what yoU cat lsajta gtirateed vdllef plan 1ttofttTii1re Sture bytht Rtq Cross Prng tf I lI SESHESSS33K RDUttgEf E21 ft MARKS G GREEN Th old Reliable isrand D airsin all kiids of LUMBER LATHS SHINGLE I sAsH v DOORS v BLINDS We handle tile iii Mixed tamler Coal Cant be Bet We are soje agents for ACME CEMENT PLASTER cThe Best on Earth Prices Right Office and Yards Doctor and Railroad Street- sSESESEEESEGESESE Springfield JKy B 1 WR7 ourfGrandioUhens1 knew what L BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT will dor A CONVINCING PROOF of the worth of a medicine is the curesit can effect Eve I onp who has used Bollards Snow Liniment knows that it willi CUTS SPRAINS STIFF JOINTS UERHEUMATISM COI TRACTED MUSCLES AND ALL PAINS USED SNOW LINIMpNT 10 YEARS V L Settle RicHmond Mo writes This is to certify that I have usedyour Snow Liniment fof ten years for 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littlon is sooooooco It has the grandest pri- csltm In the United States and many nIflccntpubilobulidIngsandthUrcheSaIldIS 40cm t r the homeofthe wonus LEDINQ COM t Sro1 MERCIALSCI400L Enroll at this school r do ThOROUGH work and yotfll never be InwantofaeoodposiaoninabooBunK terprisinrcitylfe Lo NOW ubw 4t4c tLmaPoineeIiae CalalogmiefreeS LOUISVILLE IY lOMBERLANa TELEPHONE 4 MEdHAFH CrJt I Long dlstancelirmesand telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennesnee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reaSon- able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed IIrrIdealamaple or CUt trees ar tIme nnc shown that the amount of money that la now being given away by Carnegie would build 3000 miles of such road each year mid that the benefit to the public would be much greater than cases where the money goes to public libraries This iff especially true In the pew state wher It will be Impos BIble to construct roads of any o6o e qnouco for several years Maps showing this reed werttobof- orwarded to Mr Carnegie and the matter laid before him for lila eonsld eratlou The scheme Isvaa entirely original one and IU receptloa by tINt great benefactor Is jrqbIe atlcat tar cast as umcago oaicww ut uwJ road sent their praises it is understowl that Ute youag woman will be wbataHtlally M anW1tyI tl 4camp ny There wett drM pssei4iers on thetralretM Tnroa and they all allfhtoilm r tt sag 4A i I THE ORIGINAL W11YEGJU6HSYNUP For all GMftM and anfats fa 5The R5 expUitug Colds lbs i cmoYer3c4 teal by iently melnt s Cf t a the kow i Z certainBocry B r evary LbotUelearlrsoiek curea are cenatipatini peciall the E1Sthe boweil COM4 00 KENNEDYSooTivE HONEYTARam I S iT a no OMiOAOO I ld by Drug torflJ-