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COO tO w Lr- 3J11i CHJY COURT XCM eJHpoka arehal WI CWjfrty City Att raej JUSTICE COURT Jnltlc Ceaace keM in JUl8ary Sk f 1i01fJlyYcMMri v iiOD4T CHURCH Xtv G W Iori pastor Ser a1iki udavST the4Firet = rtkztfla ai 147O pm jyseyerySWnda7 aOam tivtr wiaeda aght4 LCTIOI1CLCHURCHf- a Rt F14enelaY Pastor 8c- rSndaratfa iaJM1100clock iiati tRo ea1l1e hours CbtIITIA CHURCH i RtYlVTWulden Pastor Scii- eyerf liha4YP- Z3BYT2XIAN CHURcH p jt ft1 Sunday at 11 am tW It 7 fW Ssmday tchool eve- ryjytio9 a prayer aoeHJJn T 1Iat7ysryTkri oJock- s f BAPTIST CHURCH Y Rei Wa Harrison wmiimeraat Preachieg ey iry Sunday at Uani md 741 pm Sunday School every dajratr93t a Prayer meeting ery TawktaT eyenlnt at 745 oclock k i = i PrmUraal Ordjtrs MAOXC Looox SpritigfJet lodge Xo 50 meet irtud third Mouday sLack eetk Vak ctomR A Chapter No 57 tyftr eeod Tuteday g ria jcfiei COB 0cU o52 meets on yerywthMendayKe1 AC ASKKS Meet rf2clno r fS lIIIEflltDfAR an l4I1 I NuIt eoU throat ami lH rlItI Ho opiates JSToaalcohollc tiii ttt fW7T Sold eTery where 1ThsliuuInsJIuys JlldlT sad TAR Is im a w4kag Ref isaeaabtitits p y y JWqr 4 OomiMMiy OhIco 11ii1 byR d sior 1 r w v 1w THE NEWS=LEADBR 8SPRINGFIELD j g j w iW I f7iiN I A ROUND OF TJ- 1IhQw4c c J How Can I ForgeLor 1 remember I remember When I was buta ladIt Down on the old plantation What jolly joys I had fused to milk tbe seven cows And swill the sixteen motherly ws And give the eighteen horses oats AncLshuck the corn for thirty shoats And fork the hay for fifty he Ot cattle black and brown and red AndJfodder seven hundred sheep Each eight before Iwent to leep Ah those were happy seasons When I was but a lad I had so many reasons For being gay and glad- I used to rise at thre oclock And feed the seven sorts of stock And chop elevenjcordsof wood Before my appetite was good And after breakfast dig a ditch Till all my muscles got the twitch And hoe the cotton afternoons Along with six or seven coons iOh what a sweet existence How jatnmed with dailyjptj Away off in the distance Wheul was but a boy For even after supper time Up in the loft I used to climb And fork down forty tons of hay To feedthe animals next day And after thatah chief est joy For any happyhearted boy I turned the grindstone such repose To sharpen fortyseven hoes I remember remember Those boyhood pleasures yet Down on the old plantation Ah how can I forget Robertus Love from Judge f VrY HE DPG AWWith the fJ assembling of the next Kentucky Legislature will home up again tHe question of the dog tax law Ifc is generally understood that an effort will be made to have it repealed A strong argument against the repeal of the law Win be found in the reports of the State Au ditors office It is said that the returns ocjhis the4 first year of operation of the new loi have not all come into the department but they are coming sufficiently to show that the average receipts from the courrtes of the State will be 2000 or a total of 200 000 Under the dog tax statute all claims for the de struction of sheep by dogs after approval by the Fiscal Court of the county are to be filed with the State Auditor aid to be paid by him after the first of January of each year or the amountcollected in the county pro rated if itfaclaims are for an amount in excess of the taxes collected fromthis source After all such claims have been settled the surplus remaining to the credit of a county shall betrans ferred to the credit of the School Fund of such county x EFORM The Marloncoun ty grand jury is covejjing itself with glory in its work of reform Not content with indicting about half of the citizens of the town including many busi ne s men attorney county officials and all of the dead game sports on the charge of gam the11coutiwork Three Louisville daiy papers and the Cincinnati En quirer have been indicted fo publishing and crculating in Marion county the details of tthe WIYorkWI indecent printed matter To judge from the list of indict mens fojund against local patties o e would think the Marion grand juriy would have its hands full without tackling Louisville and Cincinnati papersrr It 4 TIMULATED That the high 3 prices realized this year for tobacco will stimulate the planting of the new caop jis in dicated by the extensive preparations being made for the planting this year Plant beds are be ing prepaired and ground is being put into condition If the farmers are not careful they willbe confronted with the jprob tern of over production which has so often proven a stumbling olock in thoad to high values Nothing so encourages a big acreage as high prices and in to bacco growing ther Js nothing Uat owers the Duality of the tobacco grown as an excess in I the acreage The temptation to plant wore than he can well tale preJMen PESt Sixty 4 Mer More than half maukind over sixty years of ake suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlarge ment of prostate gland This is both panfuland dangerous and Fole ys Kidtueys Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects ire regularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney Burnett Rookport Mo writes J suffered Avith enlarged prostate gland and kidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cnre I feel better than I have forXO years although I am now 91 years old Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Big Sale of Tobacco Another large deal in Owens boro tobacco has been consummated The Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company has sold to the Imperial Tobacco Company of England 2668 hogsheads of tobacco at 10 round the deal Involving between 350000 andj 390000 The tobacco was sold by the farmers of McLean and Uaviess counties belonging to the American Society of Equity The consignment is Green Riyer leaf and lug Henry Glover actJed for the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company jnthe deal and the transfer was made tfo Edwin Hodge of Henderson for thfe English company v i This is the second larg dealll made through the Louisville market within the last ten days the same Company making a sale aggregating 750000 about a week ago 1iJiliors Got Fuoled cIwas literally coughing myself to death and ba become too weak to leave my bed and neigh l hors predicted thatl would never llleave it alive but they got fooled for thanks be to God I was induced to try DP Kings New fourlonedocure cough me to0od sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncapher of Grover towo Stark county Ind This Kingof cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lung trouble is guaranteed by Hoy don Robertson druggists Sec ansi 100 Trial bottle free An Unusual Scene v Something in the nature of idnapingoccured here Monday morning Sunday afternoon Mrs fattie Gheoault Woods and her sister came from Lexington on the 3V34 tram and went to the Hardesty otel and registered ns Mrs SpUlman and sister Louis yule The first named lady is the divorcea wrfeof Mr Clarence E Woons for erly of this place but now at Richmond SSme time ago she was ad judged of unsound mind and was confined to the asylum in Lex ington until recently when she was relersed as curd A dauffh terMamiewas t born to Mr1 andMrs Woods and at the timb of tbe suit for divorce by Mr Woods the court allowed the child to the father During the years of seperation Mr and Mrs Woods little Mamie has grown to a bright and beautiful girl oft n about years The father idolized her and during the mothers confinement in the asylum she never forgot hers and it is said a touching corres pondence passed between her artel the child during the mothers deplorable condition Monday morning the mother worked the scheme to perfection It Is said that Mrs Woods telephoned her daughter from Lexington that she was coming afier her and Mamieyoung but wise knew how to keep a secret and never told it As she was going to school Monday morning and arrived in front of the Hardesty Botelthe mother waiting and watching spied her and they eaped into oneanotherd arms The party remained at rhe hotel until the 1045 train was nearly due andWent to the depot and boarded it for Lexington About 5 oclock on tie same evening Mrs Woods telephoned to Mrs Phillips that Mamie was safe with her The child had been attending the public school here for the past two sessions and was with the family of heli uncle Mr Wr C Phillips Lebanon Falcon t Garrett D Weathers Avon Ky says My hogs were so badjv dise ed with cholera tbI did zit think medical aid could possibly saVU them J gave them Burbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it cuted them wifhout a single lops It is the only remedy I have ever used that would cure hog chqlera Sold and guranteed by Haydon Robertson Springfield Ky FIRES IN THE COUNTY Two Residences in the County Distroyed by Fire Last Week On last Thursday morning at about 10 oclock fire was dis covered in the roof of th rei denceof Mr S Ci Van Arsdale near Litsey The flames had gained conslberahle headway when discovered and owing to tle lack of any faculties of fighting the fire it was soon be yond control Neighbors succeeded in securing some of the furniture but a good deal of it was damaged The house was a gooa substantial two story frame residence aDd was valued at about 2000 There was 800 insurance on the building The loss will fall heavily on Mr Van Arsdale who has the sympathy of many friends On last Friday the residence of Mrs Cole Cheathara in the Polin neighborhood wds totally destroyed by fire1 together with all of its contens Mrs Cheat ham who was sick in bed at the time was carried from the burn ing building by friends The house burned so rapidlv that there was iio time tosave any of the furniture which was almost a total loss Nothing will relieve Indigestion that is not thorough digestaqt Kodol digests what you eat and al lows the stomach to rest recuperate grow strong again Kodol Is a solution of digestive acids and is nearly as possible approximates the diges tive juices that arc found in the stomach Kodol takes the woik of digestion off the digestive organ tJselftoa thorough rest In addition the ingredients of Kodol are such as to make It corrective of the highest efficiency and by its actiCn the stom acc is restored to its normal actiyity and yower Kodol Is manufactured in strict conformity with the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by the Red Gross Drug Store w Many Indictments The grand jury on Monday returned into court seventyfivo indictments add adjourned un til today When it will again be in session Previous to Monday thereNhad bsen but live indictments returned and these were mentioned in our last iissue The indictments returned Monday were for the olio ving offeses Selling liaUQC to minor 14 detainingn woman against her will 1 having a Garftal knowledge of a female 1 brejich of the peace 4 gaming 30 suffering flaming 4 petIt larcenryvl fdrgery 2 obtaining goods nder false pretenses 1 keeping disorderly house 1 flourishing pistol in threatening manner caVying concealed deadly reapoosl publishing indecent f matter N Lebanon Enterprise Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Ind I then begin taking Dr Kings New Life Pills and the longer I tako them the better I find them It They Please everybody Guaranteed at Haydon Rob ertsons drug store 25- cfOLEYSliOffYJ1NDTR lirM Isidsi Psvts Paeveil a O r KHIsboro I Mrs f James Coulter who has been sick forsome time iis better at lthis writing James Coulter delivered his cropof tobacco to the American Society of Equity Monday which brought him the average of S15 hundred Mrs J H Settles is 9the sick list we are very sorry to say Les settles sold tu John Shewmaker a horse for 110 yeare now preparing to build af new turnpike running from Mayes creek bridge to Mackville Ope Settles lost a very fine horse he had refused 110 for We are having some fine weather after so much rain and the farmers are preparing for burning tobacco beds and som are plowing Mr Brand Prather has tostTS lambs and three old sheep from some disease Lee Settles swapped horses with B Piather COJf man Settles sold a fine horse to Lee Settbs Price Unknown Jim Shewmaker got his fool badly mashedbv a heavy maul John Shewmaker bought Lee Settles a fine bore for 110 Quite a large crowd was in Springfield Saturday from this place Mrs Emma Coulter is better at this writing Mr Felix Noel and daughter entertained quite a large crowd Sunday Tom Sutherland spent Sunday withJ awe Settles and wife Misses Maud and Eva Inman sppnt Tuesday with A S lInes and wife Oph Settles lost a very fine horse which lie had refused 110 for Acertain young man of this place attended the Job Lot Store Sale Saturday and on his way home he had such a load his buggy broke down Mrs Mollie Settles who has been on the sick listtfor some time is some better at this writing VIolET BiiDE FrOi Ike Owe A prominent manufacturer Wm A Fe twell of Luc matN C reJatesHi most remarkable experience He says Afer taking lesTftlian three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like one risin from the graye My trouble is Brights disease in the Diabetes stge I full v be Electric Bitters will cure me permanently for it has already stopped the liver and bladder complication hich havetroubled me for years Guaranteed at Haydon Robertson druggists Price only 75c FireatNew Market Fire of unknown origin com pletely distroyed the general merchandise store 6f Eugene B Carter at New Market Saturday night between 10 and 11 oclock The flames had gottpn under good headway when discovered arid ia the only means of fighting L JI 1 = ll ri rd v c t i the fire was oy hand it was im- possiblei to check itand tie building together with the stt ck of gods was entirely consumed The Ijssis estimated at something like 5000 with only 2500 insurance Tho stock was invoiced not long agQa 3500 and upon it there was 2000 insutance There was but 500 insurance Upon the build ing which wits valued at 1500 The house win be rebuilt at one and it will be but a short while until Mr Carter is back in business at the old place with a larger and better stock than he has heretofore carried H- isi among the countys best busi ness men and his many friends will learn of bjs Ipsswitb sincere regre Lebanon Enterprise Willie wailed and Winnie wheezed whi1ewintry winds whined weirdly Willie wriggled while Winnie Vheezed wretchedly Wiadom whis pers jAntcr winds work wheezes Wherefore we write Use Kennedys Laxative pougri Syrup Nothings else so good Sold by the Red Cross Drug store i The Jas E Pepper Sale j There was a large crowd in attendance at the sale of arm and thorougbreds belonging to Ihe estate of the late Col Jas E Pepper owsera of Meadow thorpe Stock Farm near Lexington Ky last Saturday February 9th The farm con sisting of 222 acres was bought by Dr Stun H Bailey of Bay ens Depot at 250 per acre The sixty three head of thorq ugebread horses sold for an average of 4041The highest price animalwas Lady Pepper ddm of Pan Excellence Love Note and other wallknown race winners She wjis bought by John E Madden for 1000 Mr Madden also got Miltiades for 3800 farmers Home Journal = 1 CloverfRed sapling H- Timothy Blue Grass Red Topc Orchard Grass Fhave theabove seeds absolutely pure a nd cjearil kk John Lily Barber g Successor to Haydon Bjber c e OQOO oo4oQOQoo 0- J T f1BSCplllqt sIe1 wI AN UNSEEN lARGER f d1M 0TO GUARD SHIPS agsaast the unsten dangers at 1Mi the jUrilteci States Government jnaintpins lighthouses jFo guard your home against the L seen dangers of rood products the Govern ment has enacted a pure footllGlw The law comp llfthe man actur rs of caking powder td print the ingredients on the label of each can ofjThe Government has made the label your protection so that you can avoid alumread it Carefully if does not say pure cream cf tartar hand it back and StillplainlgJ ROYAL 1 JUNE1J9 1Is the Date Fixed for Holding Republican State- Convention The State Central C mmitte at a meeting held last week de cided on L uisyiMe as the place forlhuldinConvention to nominate candidates for State offices The Louisville Times in speaking of probable candidates says pn ly ffive candidates arj3 now being seriously mentioned for the Republican nomination for Governor John W erlieys W 0 Bradley Judge E C ORear and Ge nge W Welsh laiog eliminated themselves by state ments tbdt they would not bi candidates Those who ar chiefly mentioned since the date for the Republican convention was fixed are Judge JofT Lewis E T Franks James Breathitt Judge W H Holt and A F Wilson MnWilsoriV friends are incensed over the statement that he might become- a candidate for Attorney Genera or any other office less than Governor The friends of Judge Jnmes Breathitt are ctiyely engaged in organismg the western part of tbe State for him Judge Lewp js not a candidate for the nom ination but would accept it if tendered him and woulfl be suit to the rank and file of the party Thos L Walker who resigned as secretary of the Republican Committee is closing up hf books and preparing to rp6ve back to Lexington whre be will assume the postma tership March T A S Bennett moved into the secretarys office this morning Dr Ben L Brund Chief Deputy United States Marshal appears to haye a clear field in bis race for Secretary of State Candidates for other State offices will probably have a ks5ramble for their places ABab ahoul be the bunshfne m the louse and will be if you give it Whites CreaT3 Vermifuge the best worm medicine offered to suffering human sty This remedy is bepomtng the permanent fixture of all households A mower with chaldreu caat get alsnff without a bottle o of Whites Cream Vermifuge In the house Sold by ihe Red Cross D og8toler The Seven Cnt Hot Sinc 1882 onlyfour Januarys have seen 7cent hogs says the jQbicag Stockyard Journal In that year 735 wa the pinriabie and io 188as hih as 7 l6 was paid In 1898 the January r ord was made at 840i but the- I cent hog mild not again appear Iin the month until 1803 when was recorded All this JJ710 t r ffo f pIof 4 lEAR V j i r s 1 uh It I 4 1POWDERI 1product1 waS doneoo prime lriavy hogs light stuff have dene the trck heretofore on but one ccjJSiotl lhat was in 1893 wlieI1b dQcIa weights werjput over at Sr This is a sifitti canb feature ut tlie present market light logs having forged to the front sir muUaneoasly withweighty goods Invariably heretofore a high Januar raarket has been precsded by a short corn rob but this time corn yield was bouutous In This 91 uection v some of the low Januarys are worth r allingltt 1890 the averge prioe of house hogs was 3 75 fdithe following January JfBJGOv in 1897 it drop ped to 335 in 1893 was only 360 andeml899 3 75 Those v were the days when pactrersyA had mote hog product than they ctiud handles times probably never to be repeated In Jan nary 18t7 pork sold 4fc Si55- and t lard at 380 Price tables between then and now urnish i an interesting study in contracts and sugg st thnt the roYelf musteither be reveling in pros penty now are was fee ni thej public on a ruinous baiis jwlijgrij JStandard n I u flJ Put OH fl until toraorrowwhai can do today If you are jTffering from a t9rpld liver or copstipatfon doiit wait until tomorrow tp get help ifBuy abottle of Herbine ad get the liVfir working right Prom ptne s about health saves many slikspells Mrs Ida QreBham Point Ttera0 writes I used Herbine Fn my family f for six years and find It dOja nil It claims to do Sold 4 jv tim Red Cross Drnjr Storer juv j rkk iJacksonsHbW i A great matfy strange leas cluster about the nbme of Jac1lllJ Sos Hole and its evil repnta tion 13 prObably die9to tbe activity ef a bandQf bold horse thieves who operated from thjs 0 qua1ter during the last liiifr of the century just eoed Owen Vister makes reterencerto f t the place as being a recdezyous I jrltolcn hor 63A thiefjniiniidx 4bandcountry and an old man now liv r ing a quiet honest life iq fyo ming is said to be the JsTamtj bandit leader My guideJr jWiJi son rode a big j ray jjelding r with a handmade steel lever biCrt T J which he says was used by Jackson on his saddle horse during his many raids on the herds of horses o the early s ttlrsaud ranshmaa of WydJ mingOur Country for Febru 1 t ary rr ir tZBrQalrs1p a cold i aii t pot1iirigies qulcker telet iJi coughs andcoid thai UyoiiJ4JtGoes right toths4 aftd kills Ithe germ MOM beck Ii 4 ealtugst jilt NEWSLEADERFUK- JMdCD BYKXT TXT7MDX- YSI A YEAR IN ADVANCES SPRIMGFIELD KY pE L DAVISON Jr 0 Locall or business notices 10 cents per csubequentinseruon fells ea candidates and political matte feb werk Is dome at low rates bat cash 1 s id b saId CJ deUtfiy oJ pccds AnTertlsi K contracts made on liberal WM Cf O1kar1 aid resolutions ofrwpcci a Pet XWOVGJIIITI- MHity Mstrate 1350 itrl toees KOO THURSDAY FEB 21 1907 0 i The Thaw trial which is pro greasing at New York Continues t to hold the attention pt the coun trj Every detail some of which are rich and racy is eagerly read by the thousands orfhews renders throughout the country As long as such is the case it iis useless to attempt to prevent 1 ithenewspape from publishing such news Newspapers after all only cater to the wants of the public r Twelve sensational suits have been filed in the Owen Circuit v Court against Magistrates and- former County Judges charting- them w th paying money to the Magistrates and other officials for services performed for the Jouny during their term of of tfice and seking to recover sanie The American Tobacco Com a pany is said to be about to ab sorb its great rival the Upited f V Cigar ftfanufactiring Company I t The pending deal involves 20 000000 j For BloisicssaDiSlci FeaMc TakeOrino Laxative Fruit Sjrup t It sweetens tbe stomach dids digest tiOD and acts gn a general stiulent bfl tbe liver and bowels without lr- ritallngthese organs Orlno Laxa- tiveI Fruit syrup cures biliousness and Jhabitutl con tIpatio Does npl nause 4r tate or gripe and is mild antfoy1eas antto take Remember the name Ofrino and refsa to accept any sub vEtitate Sold by the Red Cross Drug- Store I rPenwick 0 J B FenwIck was in Lebanon lastweekr Mr Martin Spalding has returned home after a pleasant VIsit to friends and relatives here Misses Rose Appie and Anna I Kelly spent last week in SprIng field Ej Mrs Josie Mayes spent fast 1wFekwith the family of C W 10QPer Oscar Bottoms and wife spent Sunday at the home of J D IIBirkerMiss Ella Adorns is visiting Mrs W T McLaughlin of your town Burr Begley bought a horse Ifrom C W Ger for p185 Misses Burnice and Susie Fen wick visited Mr and Mrs J B Fenwick last week Daviss Settles and family Jspent Sunday with the family of S W Barker William Nalley and wife visit t ed at the home of Uriah Shefraalter Sunday v I Kent Rogers and wife were ln Willisburg Sunday J A Cart ti uThI is to certify tei t all druggists I are authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar faptito pure yourogh or cold It stops the cdngh heals The lunas and prevents serioas results from a cold Cur s la Krjppe coughs and prevents oneumon Ui Snd consumption Contains no f opiates The genuine is in a yellow II Jacka etRefuse substitues Sold byj The Red Cross Drug Store if Canary frJJtam7e q L nharn and wife vInt d Airf IL P Lanham and byMisEs4ecll Miss Sidle Fenwick and Ii tie sister Loc were the pleasant Quests of Miss Adary Canary ltiursdaydv Mr Burr Begley purchased Mr G W Robersond farm Prfce4i50fI v Mis 1 Mattie Biatt and little AFjr Canary and family Saturday and jgftyiday 4Jt Harmon Bbught a sow YoungSfr40 rK M soldboI bogsMrsame Jg vOcowst2iprpund-F J An Tobin ateo sold 10 MOM party two cpws one at lie1 aDO her at Sic per pound w w r sc pTo 4 Make Room I For Easter and Spring Goods 4 U all hats must goat your own U price Come in and take 4 ryour choice or the few 4 5 None will be reserved yourI4 I IiI U IMr James Anderson sold one calf to Mr Oks for 35 Also sold two sows to Mr Will Buckman for 25 Mrs Bertha Walstoo and little son Lorain reiurned home af tf r a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Oscar Bottoms and was accompanied home by Miss Adary Canary We are glad to Deport Mr A L Perkins much better at this writing Mr Oscar Bottoms r IS no bet ter at this writine org tmenot Ssmal ADUonccemeiit ReiarfliDg Tim MODHI Pore Fuofl AniBnu law We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lungiroubles Js not effected by the National Purr Food and Drug Law ss h contains no opiate or other harmful drugs and we ecommend ifjis a sfe remedy for children and adults Sold by the Red Cross Drug store MOOR SVILLE t Since our last there has been born to the wife of Albert Wall 10 pound bDy and to the wile of Bob Solder a 9 pound girl John A Ellis purchased of Ed Janes afourearo1dpony We were sorry to hear of the death ofMrs Cole Lewis which t2athSheshe following day They removed from this place last month bbe was a woman be loved by all of her neighbors while here and to her husband and children we extendour heart felt sympathy preparingcrop this year and are pooliog ameThere was a good crowd out to hear Bro BeNight preach at New Hope last Sunday Therb are several sick in our community pneumonia la grip measles and whooping cough Mr Gr A Benedict and son had theirsale as advertised last Satujday Everything brought good prices and S M Campbell auctioneered There was a good crowd in attendance n1Cowor20 J Mr Owen W oford and wife passed through our vll age Springfieldiin this county to Mr Jas Hood Mrs W O Ellis and daughter were in Bloomfield last Monday THE iEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheqmatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send for K nlucky estimonials Mackyille I Mr Oth r Halchett of Lex piJlpntsMJMr and Mrs Waliej Thom pson and little daughter Thel pIenMrweek Missesi Florence and Julia Steals wereiisiting their uncle Mr Sye Jdhnsod of Harrods burg Saturday and Sunday Mr Geo P Wjcoff oC Car lilevis Visiting her parents atI this place Mrs Eva Hatcnett and Miv W R Thompson were the guests of Mr and Mrs R R Hatchettlast week Mr Jessie May of jCornish vill is yisitng relatives here this week 1IrsICooksey were in Harrodsburg shopping Monday Miss Minerva Raybourn has returned home alter sVonding severall weeks in Springfield Mirs Settle Shewmaker will eniertaia at her home on the youngfplksMessrs Joe Thompson and J ETarrodsburgSatulday lLEmilylLThe Christian church ha secured a pastor f n the ensuing year Rsv Campbell of Lex ington- Mrs Mary Carter has return ed home after seyeral week stay with her uncle Mr John Pbters Miss Lizzie Parks of Louisville Who has been visiting he sister Mrs Ada Arnold has re turned home Mr and Mrs W F Barnett were in Lebanon Tuesday IrsA G Tumey is visiting her sitpr Mrs Willi rn Lear this week Mrs Lula Wycoff of Spring field visited the home of Mrs Maggie Raybourn Saturday and- S ndayWe sorry to report that the sick are very little better at this writing Misses Eva and Ora Hatch tt were in Harrodsburglshoppi g Saturday L SMART SET l 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 fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease re trfatmentIby distroylnpr the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by bujldin up the constitu tion and assistiug nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers thatthey offer One Hundred Dollars for any case It fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address P J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all drusgiets 75c Take Halls lIamiJy Pills foe consti pation All headaches go IWhen you grow wiser And learn to use An KarJy Riser De Witts Littlei Early Riecre pal ure pills Fopost Viuw The Rev C M Thuente 0 P1 a Dominican missionary from Minneapolis Minn visited the Fathers at St Rose convent on Thursday of last week Henry Vise and sister Mss Alma loft on the mornfog train last Saturday for Waverly Onion couuty to visit relatives and other friends Thomas Wheatley Al Wheat TwyrnunKeenweek Miss Macrgie Craven of Leba uon is the guest of Mr Jo Carrico at pres fit Mr John Smith an aged and highly respected gentlowan sto OOOOO OOO OO Z OlA Boston schoolboy was tall weak and sickly r His arms were soft and flabby He didnt have a strong muscle iirThis entire body The physician who hadattended the family for thirty years prescribed Scott oS ErnulJion NOWL 4 To feel that boys arm you would think ne was apprenticed to a blacksmith ALL DRUOQISTS SOc AND 1- 004HH4IH1Ho4 I rr rvI= yv died at the residence of his son Mr Richard Smith last Satur day night at 5 oclock He was a good neighbor true Christian a devoted pareihand loved all who knew him 4He never was heard to swear or blaspheme in his life He has gone we trust to reach the reward of all who love God and serve Him Mrs Minnie Miller ana daugh tel of Lebanon are visiting the family of Mr Jo Carrico this week Use a little Kocjol after year mesls and it will be found to atforp a prompt aod fficient reliaf Kodol arly approximates the digestive juices It digests what you eat It is sold on a guaranteed relief plan Sold here by the Red Cross Drug Store Tntliam Spring Well I have ben absent in the columns of this much read paper for some time but have been reading the letters written by the other correspondents which are very fnteresting to me indeed Wp have been having very beautiful weather It seems from the dense smoke all around hat the farmers have been very busy burning tobacco Several plows have been started in this Vicinity Mr Henry Varidivier and wife of near Harrodsburg visited her parents at Pleasant Hill Febru ary 8 until llth Mr Frank Crouch of KirkS land has moved on Mr Blirkheads farm Hewill raise a crop on fame Mr Ed Jenkins and family visited Mr Joe Burkhead an family Monday last The measles is prevalent in the Fairview neighborhood Mr Jim Snider went to Louis ville and brought the measles back as a souvenir I suppose Mesdames George Shiny and Silas BurKhead and little Eva Pinkst n were the pleasant guests ofMrs1 S Royalty last Tuesday It seems like the hotel people besides a get many other people will beleft to drink water without ice as the ice has never frozen hard enough to afford an ice harvestyet Mr L M Satterly and family Harvie Thompson and wife spent Jast Sunday with Mr J S Roy alty and family SALEsMr Si us Burkhead sold eigb tOO po uiirt Isaac Armstrong frJr 48Mr Forth Burns sold a calf to Mr John Jenkins for 10 Mr J S Royalty bought a cow fromi vl r Robinson Price 30 and a heifer from Joe Burkhead at 23 Mr Jake Durr an old and Ispected ctizen of this neighborhood died Sunday February 10 Old age I suppose was the cause of his death He was buried the following day at a familv grave yaid known as tha Ward grave yard Well I will not write anymore this time and give room to the other correspondents with theirinterestipg letters I will also try and write a little oftener than I have in the past 1ev weeks HYACINTH Breckinridge rMessrs Robt Inman John Grigsby and J A Hardin soldI their tobacco to Mr Moss if Springfield at 7and 8 cents Messrs James Cheatham andI Sam VanArdale hal the misfortune to lose their residences by lire one day last week Mrs Cal Lewis was buried at Rockbndgft cemetery Sunday the 17th Mrs J Ii Hardin died Sunday the 17th IKinch Bishop knocked Davis Crow in the head with an ax one da v lastweek Miss SaltJojHendren is visiting relatives in Mercer county thIs week Thomas Pakor and brother visited L M Homan last Sun day J S Homon was in Junction City last Sunday Miss Pearl Lawson of June Lion City is visiting her sister Mrs Henry Ishem jff this county Mr Tnoa Handby delivered his tobacco to Mr Moss one day List 5VeelciHyatt Boman iis very ill atI this writing H Greenwood visited yout correspondent the 17th Mr Clel Hu ties visited A 0IAnderson last Sui day Mr Mike Fitzg ratd visited his brother Mrs Dragoo last week J W Baker is ill at this writingIElijah Carrie nas removed to Tatham Springs hHnrycounty has moved on Mr Jess Sagracy farm of this commu nity Mohn Mattingly has moved on pearWillisburg Mr Jess Sagracy spent Sat urday and Sunday with friends in Anderson county Tobacco bed burning seems tof of be the order of the dayDdDreckinridge b Ubasianbourna coffee still leads Special price in 50 pound I lirotsagentsd LAD PROTECT THE ILK The Cry to Congress to Save the Noble Animals GREAT PRESERVE PROPOSED Members of Order of Elks Are Urged to Aid In Great MovementHow the Animals Are Being Ruthlessly Slaughtered For Their Teeth Again comes rfn outcry from the far we t against the slaughter of elks which threatens soon to exterminate the remaining bands bf that noble ani mal writes GusJ rarger a WashIng- ton correspondent of the Columbus t 0 Dispatch Intense Indignation pre valls because of the deeds of vicious pot hunters who do not hesitate to slay an animal worth 1000 for the sake of gathering two teeth valued at 5 The teeth are drawn and the carcasses are left on the ground to rot The new movement against these outrages Is directed and urged by Western lodges of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks which de rIves Its name from the anlinar whose protection is now undertaken Resolu tions on the subject have been adopted by lodges in Tacoma and In Port All geles Wash and the Washington members of congress have been requested to stand together in an effort to protect game animals birds and fishes In the Olympic forest reserve of the United States in Washington A bill authorizes the president to des ignate such area In the reserve not exceeding 750000 acres nsl should in his opinion be used for the lUrposes set forth The entire reserve contains about 1400000 acres and the special object of the measure Is to protect the band of several hundred elks now roaming in the Olympic mountains whose habitat Is within the reserve This Is one of the very few bands of elks remaining In the United States the report says These noble animals 1are being exterminated by pot hunters for hides teeth and beads while the carcasses are left on the ground to rot A statement on the subject is appended ftom Mr Rief deputy game warden of the statttof Washington Be relates the discovery of a band of eight fine elks stretched gut dead in the snow The two teeth for which the animals had been slaughtered ball been pried out but otherwise the carcasses were undisturbed It Is very difficult be says to secure informa tion regarding the Identity of the miscreants as people in that section of the country are afraid that they will stop at nothing short ot murder uc arson If Informed against Rlef also reported the Investigation of the slaughter of a band of eleven elks which he says was another case of slaying animals worth to tjiestate 1000 each for two teeth worth 5Members of the Order of Elks1 gen erally are Invited to Interest them selves In the movement It Is pointed out by their brethren of Washington and other far western states that the passage of the bill prohibits the shoot ing of elks and other game animals In the reserve and that under such protection the elks will Increase in numbers Instead of remaining In constant danger of extinction NQw that the buffalo Is extinct the elk Is the greatest game animal left In the United States and It seems 10 be peculiarly the province of the Order of Elks to work for the creation of such a park for which the name Elk National park has already been sug gested The order has Inadvertently contributed to the destruction of the American elk by creating the demand for the teeth By aiding In the york now in progress It will publicly express Its disapproval of the slaughter and disavow nil responsibility therefor VForthcoming World Expositions The third International tobacco trade exhibition Is to be held In London on April 2027 1907 The third Swiss automobile and bicycle exhibition will open at Zurich on May 15 under the auspices of the Geneva central commit toe The exhibition which will be held In the Kursaal will have a section for foreign exhibits Consul E S CUn- ningham culls attention to the motor and motor boqt exposition to be held pt Bergen Norway next summer American manufacturers cnn exhibit If they have agents In that country the exhibit to bo In the nifnie of the resi dent agent Consul General rank II Mason udvlsea Americans that the lest way to introduce auto machine mech anisms and parts Into France la to ox hlblt at the annual automobile bicycle and motor boat exposition held In No vember or December of each year at Paris I Future pf Brazil If liruzll continues culm and not commit tiimncial ludUcretloiii which may frighten away Eutfoifcirn capital of which It bus teit It will iissureilly have a great future dftya LKcouomlsle Prauculs Almost everything Unit Is necessary to the food clothing anti needs of wan way be produced on Itr Immense auJarJed territory Often The Kidneys fire Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood It used to be considered that only urinary and bladder troubles were to be sf kidneysbut science proves that V iiear1all diseases j beginningill t these most important organs J The kidneys filter and purify the blood that is their work Therefore when your kidneys are weakI or out of order you can understand how quickly yourentire body is affected and ow every organ seems to fail to do its- tlutZ you are sick orII feel badly begin taking the great kidney remedy DrI Kilmers SwampRoot because as SOon as your kidneys arevell they will flelp all the other organs to health A trinltwin convince anyone If you are sick you can make no misItake by first doctoring your lddnest t The mild and the extraordinary effect oftDr Kilmers SwampRoot the great t kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures t the most distressing cases and is sold n its merits by aJIIrugglstsin fiftycent nd onedollar sIze bottles You nlayIhave a sample bottle nomcotsmuapBoot y mail free also a pamphlet telling ouIhow to find out if you have kidneyor ladder trouble Mention tins paperfwhen writingto Dr Kilmer Co aniton N Y Dont make any mistake ut remember the name SwampRoot r Kilmers SwampRoot and the aduress Bipgliawtou youcvrxbot e a T t1t i6aJ D Robertson 8 01 l HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL z aJ aJ FaFfflillg IImplements ald looko r 1Seeds fI thy Alisha BlueGrassRed a Top fcapli g fl Northern white 4etc4 HARNESS nessfIWagon and all kinds of strap goods AORIAWIRE E C CU MICHIGANMede sllIheybTWIhe rod The hpllVIest wcn wIre slDndard farm fence on the market WRITE rOE PRICES AND DESCRIPTION g POULTRY ANDiFIELD FENCE OF ALL KINDs5a Viv AFULCL1NEOFUPTODTE jt+ g HARDWARE GROCERlfee M aJ JrHarness RepaIrIng Neatly and promptly done by an experienced workman Charges Reasonable Geo B TaylorI A STATESMANS UNION Scheme t6 Keep Money In the Purse of Congressmen Representative W Charles Adauisun of Georgia iIs trying to organize ninoug huitators nut representatives uu asso ciation whose members will pledge themselves to pay Just so muclujtud no juore far board for house rent for midday lunches and after theaterdin- nets says Washington correspond ent of the New York Sun In a word Ills association will recommend a max limuu price for every necessity of life for u congressman during his stay at the national capital Mr Adamson hopes to launch his as soclutlon next session He says that SOOjtUjeinbers will be necessary for the Success of his undertaking and that when once It gets in working order hotels will cheapen their rates land lord will reduce their rents and res taurant keepers will sell twenty meal tickets for tOO People in Washington who control things that congressmen must have hesaShae agreed among them selves on a scale of prices and these prices are such that every cent ofa legislators salary Is exhausted before he leaves Washington If congressmen received only 2000 a year they could live Just as well as fueywlirilve on the 7500 said Sir Adatnsun the other day The people of Washington aye determined to get all tltf money a congressman draws In tlnTf f Mr Aclamson sojd he rented two rooms on lK street agreed to pay tie landlady m 4 month for them and In ntrncted his secretjirj Ito move In lie rctuniid to his plflc l In the afternOon to llnd that his order had not been ol eyed The Luulliuly he says had leiiniinl that Adnmson was a congress II luau She nlso lloanied of the Increase lii fcttlnry nnd she accordingly notified tho secielaiy when he went to take SSOSSOII that the runt had been rals eil to 1U a month It Mr Adamsonri Idea that n com hintxtloii or representatives and sen ptors who will pay so much and nor wore wlll result In needed reforms He thinks fl boycott of till expensive peaces xvould soon force them for want of puttimage ta reduce their fancy prices J ANOTHER COMMANDMENT Thou Shalt Not Be a Snob Suggests t College Professor Thou slialt not be u snob Be not a snob if yu would IK a man l 1 jthej hire chapel exercises by Professor John E Uussell otViihiams college says the Chicago Inter Ocean If condJUpns had beck in Biblical times us theJTTireuow said Professor HuHsull there youUKhave ieon nlmltIa tOil w be fa man be not u snub A snob WitS dullned by the si akbr I an u infin who prostrates himself 16 tore those whip have position awl lwealth and who considers 1himself su r perior to those wlj04lo iiot bask In Bunsliliift of Influence theI tin Professor Russell also s ored cynic and the pessimist 1tljIii A cynjcfays prostrate before the duties of life he said He watchos the game from Ide lines givingl ndtilcc to those who have the l to participate In the gRIm Gett Into thfl game yourselves my friends mid do not stand aloof neglecting J1rnhJsolute tliitlex jSi 11 iJtluflwantexists or can beaccompllsliud Iu the fibyi In the darkof llslit WI hBe mon nild women Get on your ifJ wInf along foityourselves and other Aboe t ll take a manly attitude In regard to Ufe 1tsedf 1 II 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friend ttithroughout the tobacco growing ttitiona that we are not connect cU directly or indirectly witr IstnV other warehouse or ware iioue cow pny S t We conduct a Strictly Jude 1pllcnt Tobacco Warehous iission Business and resCJoa t n soikitour patronage 1 pcI BRIDGES Co Proprie toni Picket Tobacco Warehouse a vlKHii yule Ky 408 mQ t p r FRESH BREAD li 4 29LLS1 AND CAKES Baked Daily d Aliiy good always fresh W kixBaker who ifan ar- s lilt at making good things j Sx LNYtStf1 tread for 25c 2 0 j Itthiia ConfectioneJ i f z j WIXX rniIm VermifugE THE MUIUTEEI WORM REHED rat OMLOwrs FAMMTE TOMC j fll- V I o w tCor zovS MO idbyid Crofes Thug Star a ri I r t II r I rTi 1 TOWNO 1 rwIw fl if Lobal Happening oT Inttrtst 1 The Freshest and Latestc1 IIt AH AboutYourself Friends i and Acquaintances 1IU11n nnnnnnDn JJ0 Tbree nice mackerls for 25c Also white fish at McElroy Shaders Renew your subscription for 1907 and get a good magazine free Northern sjeed potatoes for sale at lowest cash prices J A Shader For Lentoo supplies go toI McElroy SbadeTheyhaveaf- ull line of the best iFoR RENTTwo rooms overI W T Leachmans storel EnI fuire of MiiSearcy o W acT ted country hams bacon md shoulders Highest market price paid jit J A fbac ers a Our package mincemeat is seller Two full sifcepies forlOc at McElroy ShaderJJ Our line of caned goods is corn uetci and we have only the bust cElroy fe Shader iJ WantedTenant to raise corn nd tobacco write or telephone tpnce Thos J Miller FoR HENT Two rooms second oor of Peoples Bank building eat light and water furnished i Buckwheat cakes and maple yrup make a good combination We have the flour andthe syrup iIcElroy Shader Special prices on photo Traphes and picture frames for be next 130 days E A Cox Photographer r MrGeo Benedicts public ale on last Saturday TasT weIll ttended and everything soldtt ugh The farm was withdran t21 per acre The two Springfield banks gill observe Washingfon birth Lay on Friday the same being a rational holiday and will not pen for business a Rev Williams of he Louis Hie Presbyterian Seminary reached two interesting ser t ions to the congregation of he resbxterian church last Sundays f i l xs Will Johnson whom we reported very ill last week is much better The little child off Mrs Bessie Reidell is recovering ff man attack of pneumonia We have a complete IinEi b olives and pickles Have youI tried oursweet mixed or plain sweet pickles If not try them hey are fiue McElroy Sha neriTbe1Contract has been let to f F Pettus f r bUilding a resi dence on Virginia Ayenue for Mr JohnT Crrfj croft who will return with hiS wifeand daugh ter from Chicago to live here If you have trunks householdI goods or other articles to be trausfered you will save time money and worry by calling or ithe Springfield Transfer Co Depot phone 22 J L ALLEN Prop Rey S B Landers will occupy the pulpit of the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening Mr Landers hasij been heard here several times and has made a very pleasing mpresjsion upon the congrega tionThecelebrated Lancaster willI contest at Barastown has been compromised out of court to the satisfaction of all parties Hon John JfV Lewis of this place was ot counsel for Cecelia Mud I who was the principal benefici ary of the estae For a limited time we will 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 fwo Dollars This applies to renewals and to new subscribers as well Mr B1H Begley bought of Mr G W Robinson his farm known as the Turner farm I the Texas neighborhood and con tai itg 190 acres at 25 per acre Mr Begley has lecently returned from California where he went from this county six years ago He is satisfied tto settle in Washington county al tough he prospered in the West TOPICS II- nnn I Ic Svf Campbell the auctioneer J l reports county court at Danville last Monday as beitig well atttended and about 100 cattle onb the market mostly of the com mon kind ranging in prices from 2J to ft centshRev W H Williams being absent Rev James a Justice of the Louisville Baptist Seminary occupied the pulpit of the Baptist church morning and evening last Sunday The pastor Rev Williams was called to Bardstown to assist in ordaining deacons of the Baptist l church at that placeLDr J H Lampion h as return ed from Dr Robert I cChords Infirmary where lie went for treatment of hishand From a small scratch on one of th6 tind gers of his right band about two an months ago a serious affection J developed which caused the doctl tor to have to undergo an operation when a part of the finger cYremoved Completel rest and treatment at the infirm ary have improved the trouble tl Mrs Charles Brady last week received a message announcing at the deathi in Southern California of her brother Scott Durham rl- amLpskingthat money be sent if she desired the remains for warded to this place for burial Mrs Brady immediately tele phoned175 for that purpose but of tins week received another mes sagesaying that the body would be sent if they would pity the express charges Mrs Brady has ordered the remains sent j She can hear no particulars as to the cause of her brothers death other than he died lin a hospital It will take about two weeks for the remains to reach this place after they have been shipped Pitiable Case A pitiabl case of destituion came to fighthero this week when woman by the name of Cusick P applied to Judge Litsey for hel2DThe woman Who says she wife of Joe Cusick tells a pitiful tale bhe s blini anb has a child about five years of age She says they have been living In the Texas neighborhood for ome time apd tnat her husband deserted her and the child and she does not know what has be come of him She saidshe had of relatives in Nelson county and Judge Litsey furnished hor means to go to them but on Tuesday She returned saying that her relatives refused to care for her She will probably of be sent to the county poor house and the child should be sent to some orphans home The couple lived InNelson county and about two years ago the womans eye sight was destroyed by being i shot with a shotgun in the hands of her husband who however claims that he was shooting at a quareIrelied Cusick is said to bel weakminded and triflng besides 1He Wrote Checks Leslie Brown is a young n groJJ of Mackville who went to school lorig enongh to learn howtoC- r write checks and probably to get notions into bia head on j4e question of how to get money t without Wot king for it Sometime dtttirfg the month of August last year Brown came to town l and ptissed a check drawn on the farmers Bank of Mackville for 170 Mr C L Price handJ led the check and it came back from Mackville in due course of time with the endorsement that Brown had no account nt that thejhad money in the Mackville bank Mr Price tit seems said nothing butulay low and Brown was ntt seen in Spri- ngT11ffh0uhl6t0Th i iI will sell SOOOOI thebstreets Saturday Afternoon an I IQOJQO worth Monday afternoon SM Campbell fiejd iintllone day last week when be called qn Mr Price and wanted him to cash another The latter however had enough experience with toe hecks and refused to Some time ago fat the First National Bank and told Mr A C McEl roy the cashier that he had a load of tobacco at the Amerii can tobacco Gos warehouse aud he would bring his check to e deposited as soon as the tobacco could be unloaded an paid for And in the meantime e asked Mr McElroy if he would not be so kid as to cash check for one dollar in advance of the deposit This Mr Mc Elroy readily did and the day wore on and the negro never came back and it developed that he had no tobacco to be unloaded Brown also worked the worthless check game it is said for a amount on Mr David itsey of the RobertsonClaye brooke Co out waraant last Saturday ama had Brown locked up on charge of obtaining money un er false pretences He waived examining trial and was re leased on 200 bond to answer he 3 next grand jury Bonta Hays Miss Nora Bonta and Mr James P Hays Jr of Maple Hil were quietly married in he parlor of The Seelbach ii1G Louisville Wednesday evening eight oclock The engagement had 4beth- umored i some time but the wedding came as a surprise to the friends of both parties as their intentions bad been kept a profound secret only the parents the bride and her sisters eing apprised of the event Mrs S H Bishop accompaniedI j the happy couple to the city and with a few friends who joined them at the hotel the ceremony was performed by ia minister of the Methodist church The bride is well known here and throughout the county having spent a great deal of her time in town wither sister Mrs Bishop and taught in the county schools six years Mr Hays is a wen known farmer ofthe Maple Hill neighbor hood and is a son of ty r James HaysSr eath of Miss Susan Edwards MIssSusan Edwards died at the home of her brother Mr Ben Edwards about three miles north of Springfield on last Wednesday at 6 oclock Miss Edwards was 72 years of age and was born and reared in this county She was a daughter tho late Johnathan Edwards one of the pioneer citizens of Washington county who came here when quite a bOy from Virginia The deceased was a woman of many estimable traits i character and was kind and charitable to all with whom she came in contact She was a true Christian character and was a member of the Springfield Presbyterian Church A touching incident attending her death was the fact that she died of a cancer with which she had been af flicted for severall years and yet no one was aware of the Ia unlit a few days before her deat when it became no longer po sible for hero conceal her te rible secret She bore her su f ferings with great fortitude and was always cheerful towards Her brother Mr Ben Edwards iis the only remaining member of her immediate fam ily The funeral took place from the Presdyterian church on Friday Rev Lyons of the Methodist church preached the funeral sermon An Old Citizen Dead Mr John E Smith one of the countys oldest and most re spected citizens died at of his son Mr J Rich the county Southwest of field on last Sunday thspaEE had been in failing h several years and for two years had been a invalid both in mind and body He was 77 years of age and had been a resident of this county iiandiif respect of those who knew him He had been a successful farm ifchildrenif hood Mr Smith was twice married he at the early age of nineteen vears having married a Miss Lyon of which union there are two daughters and one son to survive His last wife who- died about seyen years ago was a Miss Oarrico Those sons and J daughters who survive are as fhlTbwsT Mrs Joe B Carrido J Rich S ith Mrs P M Carrico James E Smith Mrs BartMat tingly and George W Smith Mr Smith is also survived by 63 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren nearly all of whom live in this county The funeral took place on Monday morning from St Rose church of which the deceased was a devout member dPERSONAL froJ F Pettus spent last Monday m Campbellsville Mr Will ONan is in Danville this week tattending the horse sales Mr H M Grundy was iu Lebanon Sunday afternoon Hon John W Lewis is attending court in Bardstown this week Miss Wise of Memphis Tenn who is taking art and music at St Catharines spent Saturday and Sunday as guest of Miss Elise Dnrretb at the home of Dr M W Hyatt Mr Harry ONan of Louis ville and his cousin Miss ONan spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs H QM ONan and returned to Louisville Monday morning Mrs W A Colvin of Bards town is visiting her son Prof 3V Colvin Mrs Katie Williams is in LoU- isvIlle this week studying spring styles in millinery for the spring trade Little Thorton Waters is very ill with pneumonia Miss Lilly Anderson returned to her home in Danville Monday after a few days visit to her llunt Mrs HM ONan Miss Anna J1 Simms is out after an illness of several days Messrs Will Robertson and Richard Kelley spent Sunday ii Bardslown 1 Mr Tom Peak of Browrisvilh Pa spent thursday and Friday here Mr Joh4 ClementSjOf Lebanon was inHown one day last week Mrs T C Campbell and Jlittle daughter Wanda are Visiting Mr and Mrs S B Thompson of Lebanon Miss Lilt VanArsdale of Beech land is the guest of Miss Mabel Price Mr Rob Marks is visiting his brother Perry in Louisville Mr George Wycoff of Car lisle Ky was here yesterday r1AIr R C Clarkson of Leba non was over yesterday to see his brother Mr Thos Clarksen who is quite sick at Mrs OBr vans iMisses Mabel and Nanni Thompson JvaIiia OConnor and Sue Reed of Pleasant Grove are guests of Miss Jennie Leachma Miss Ellen W then is visiting her brother at Bardstown Junction Mrs Emma Wiggins who is visiting her daughter Mrs 111bIOOW r1lessrs Wathen Simms and Gwin Marks were in Louisville two days last week Mr Richard Wathen has re turned to hs home at Bardstown Junction after a visit to relati ves nere Sargent W CCox of the regular army stationed at Ft i Its Worth toII j traveling a long distance J5 to have your teeth extracted = WitkiHtPalH K Differ ui = All work guaranteed FLGCRUMEDDS 4Bardstown Ky v 3 3 3 3 Sheridan HI is here fora visit to his parents Mr and Mrs F T Cox Sargent Cox is accom parried by his bride whom he married las week at Waukegan Ill t Mrs J R Mahon cf Lebanon was here Tuesday Mrs William Mayes of Colum bia S C who has been visiting relatives here is visiting her father Dr Forsythe at Harrods burg Miss Sadie Mayes is visiting Mrs George Austin in Lebahon- Mrs Ardis Brown and Mrs Fannie E Meyer are visiting Mrs E Hop Meyer at Danville Rev William Mitchell of Owenton is here to visit his mother Mrs S R Gray Miss Willa Hughes of Bloom field is with her aunt Mrs W WRay to attend school- Mrs E A Lanham of Lebanon is visiting her daughter r Mrs T A Hardesty Mr and Mrs T B BlanfJrd who have been making their home at Straight Creek Bell count are expected to arrive his week tj mane this place cneir future home Miss Sara Simms and Mr W Jr Clay brooke were in Lebanon Tuesday Mrs ML Seamy and daugh- er Miss Ethel left Monday for Nara Visa New Moxico to visit Mr John L Seamy and wife Mrs G W McBride is with ner father Mr M L Searcy until Mrs Searcys return from New Mexico Little Lillian Towler is con a escinK rom typhoid fever Letter List List of letters remaining Uncalled for in the Springfield Ky Pi 0 week ending February 21 J1901 Miss Zena Arnold Miss Annie Cartellou Iii Arthur Caho Heniy Offutt Mrs L Vi McCarley Chauncey Moriicoe Miss Mary Montgomery Miss Lillie Mudd Miss Lizzie Plain Mrs Lizzie Thompson Persons cainiigiior these letters will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M The Bowlers The Springfield Bowling Club composed of Harry Reed Theo Campbell Will Russell Will Greene andJim Shultz played a match game with the Lebanon club last night The Spiingfield team defeated Lebanon in a match game on last Friday night by 314 pins Koflfol DyppICurDffMt what yMi sat 25 HEAD OF HORSES Sprthgfield Monday February 25 leracar load of good work and Driving Horses which we have bought so that we can sell them cheap Anyone desiring a good work horse for Spring farm work or for driving will well to call on u- sPARKS ro S M MS 1JS i i 1 i Ti 4 I uf IIA SWEEPING FOR GASH SALE IJJ f T Tii We have some oddS jtnd ends of iWlntetfciothing and 4 4 AFEW T f tt Wywhich we purpose to moye move to make room for tottSpring goods if prices will any inducement these goods should move As a special in Itducement to Cash Buvrs will maker prices for the n weii30 flays it that will move these goods tWe wish to call the attention of tobacco men tto our line of tobacco canvass All prices arid all qualities i IGRDNDYMclflTIRE j c 44444 4 4494 i iiw iJIiillliliw ijj iwHatIlfwWif a The Roberfsont c ij i r i CIrjbrookeCo f f- jtf Are offering i some bargains now on all i E I a Winter Clothing I 3 in Overcoats and Suits for Men Boys and ChlU- jj = jj dren See them before buying it will pay 5 120 5 We are offering reduced prices on foi i Mens Heavy Shoes 3lUk to see them Also thL plow shafl fj 3 solid for 150 3 1I Ours Spring line of WAIS1S and = SKIRTS are beauties Ask to see 1 2 them fH t WALL PArtiRjj fWe have just gone through our WALL PAPER tSTOCK and find that we have a great many odds and ends These we have bundled together ia 3 llots of 10 or 12 bolts and offering sacK lot for ISc fa Enough to paPer your kitchen screen etc all for 15c 1 Remember this is the time for i Tobacco Canvas I3 Cometosu i The Rob rtson Gl YbrOok6Col INCORPORATED 1 t M t aS Itiit3 OYEBCOAi jfIAMONDJ bBRAND I The air of ebcdusiyenew that dwttnctive toock M much desiredin our Diamond Brand ares sfcoos j k MC there by accidentjDiamond Brand styles are designed kjr M cr W thk Company who hMwoi his spurs as a mMt r ffintwaac Iconstruction Moreover DkMMMd Brand DMM SMM aw WMk by the best paid shoewWki of the KvtfnMk IM MK They fit fadtleislyiMn n MMUr the cIa innitanir and hold their shape 81ie24Jcoea rrJeIU8fWtIAIl HtWmE SIOlS lfTllrDlAMt N AM I e J Ex Trooper rI i t 1EiIrri an Je1 colored 9 m n itsntencedto the Iiao iteniary for one year Tuesday for shooting aid wounding Thomas Cunningham also col ipredj +The trouble occur d at Salvisa and carte up over Cun hftjghamV mother Harris is claimIietl the oiler was advancing on him when he turned the shot gi1rlqosa RJbim thesmall shoj U striking bifn an the side oCth f ceTbe latter claim d tha he was turning lo run awaj tIilhe was shot The convict dd mahserved jin the United Sjtesaihyfoi a number ol years and participated inStbe chase and captnreo fihe Apache chief Geronimo the most cruel and bloodthirsty demon that this government has ever had to deal with Beciuse oJ hts cunning it took months tc capturebim but Gen Miles par sued hjm day and night across 4hedeserts ofNew Mexico nevei giving him a moments rest 0The crafty redskin crossed in Irrexico but the American troopers vera gr nted iiermiss ion by the Mexicans government to cross the line and the pursuh kagan taken un il the say age was run down and captured His still a prisoner ire hay become converted arid iis some thingof a preacher and want togo back to Nev Mexico bat theWtWt ploposition Batris- aeerii1ed Vl1 by attorney 4C T C81nBarrodsburg Herald irfluntingfor Trouble v rye lived in California 20 yjars and am still fruming for iAr uble in j tha way of burnt sores wounds bOlls cms sprains or a sase of piles thai BucklenjS Arnica Salves stort quickly cVrev Writes Gjiarle Walters of Alleghany Sierrt Go No use hntiogMr Val ters It diiresoverv case Guart Santed at Hayd9n Rob e tsQ1isJrugstor 25c Heavy Fine SatuldynightJlmGane vent to lfawrenceburg arid came baclc witiTa pint of whiskey i On Sunday morning the officer gotiajjprtbat ho had sold it toJ R Shay a white carpenter fron RlgJhrnondfor5 cents Shafj was summoned into court aqd was put under oath and stated he had bought the whiskey and Gfaney was firied100 and given 30 days 1n4ho work house I tsome veeks ago Ganey and JJm sIwent to Fairclotlis in Joodfor3 county and bought i It troHvhiskV they were arrested aiid Ganysnot being jjqsteC p on the 1asvbout giving a mar ItLdrink in a local option district stated that after getting 0 this side of the river Shy gave him a drink out pf his bouie For this Shy was fined 50 and sent tatho workVlunise and is npw serving his time Gany j inedhim Dqesday HarrSds 1 lt burg Heralcl t Itlire iis but one guaranteed cure ori digesLlcn MionV 11ston ah tablets 50c a boxH they cure nothing if they fUll SoH by the Bed Cross Drug Stor StaterAfdFor County Roads ili ovtrtltentupkyiherQ isa cry going up about bad roads arid a demand on the part ot our citizens generally for bet lev dh4s 1 There is no greater need in Klenlucky at the present thet- han a gnod system of turnpike rodsjfti all parts of the Stiito TIiiy SliKtlQ more to nnl ancfr i tlHa ue of properly andiiinn crease eiliglltenmei t of the- petiple byrb iigin them in close j isit7c ll1 nrafT e lo you pin your hat to your 11own hair Cant do uP Havent enough hair It must 1 jbe you do not know Ayers IHair Viggr Heres an intro 1 f Iductiortit May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth rof rich thick glossy hair I i Use this splendid hairfood t r c jstop yOur falling hair and get IIrid of your dandruff 1S Tabgtniotat8tImorat oltforoverslxty y ar8JI t7T a Ayer Lowell 1Ii4Di1ficturcra r PTORAL1qesL i WVr sV I 1HE NEWLEA1E1 7a1 four Chapterslln the Thaw Tragedy JjARRY K THAW first came Into pub lIcnotice asaconfirmed ylctljn of the cigarette habit Concerning him is told the most re rimrkable of all clg nrettd stories He is the only tuna so far as is known vrho ever made a trip to Europe just to lay In a supply of his favorite clg nrot s WlJlfam ThawlIAuhiY K THAW father ot Harry whs a Plttsburg man who baa made his own way In the world He had worked up froiu poverty to afllueiiQe In rail rond Mitt other investments be had become many tftnes a millionaire Hedied Whan Harry wns a boy But nokiteW Harry lie had observed the boy closely and saw that he was not the Bort of lad to intrust with large respouslMHitles r William Thaw left a fortune of 40 000000 The Income from the portion which Harry Thaw would Inherit Would beSOOtk a year and thq fa thor stipulated in Ills will that Harry should have only 2400 a year untjl in the judgment of thb rest of the family he might be considered capable of handling properly the income of his run share of the estate Eighty Thousand ia Year The wisdom of Vlllfnfn Thaw has keen proved and clinched moat con elusively by the eoufse bf eveitsj11st- heory was that his sou Harry vould be more useful to himself and to sod oty as the possessor of an Income of 2400 a year than as one who hud the spending of 80000 The boys mother however and his brothers and sisters took pity ori him and permitted him to have hIs full come From that momeut the swift speed of Harry Jv TlnWon the In cliijed plane brifAn He went lou like a toboggan Tha v8 relatives sent him as a strip Hngyouth to the Wooster university at Woostcr O This Is denominational college PresufhfU It asniltoseth IT too staid lur Thaw tTitt tradi tions of tlifijtowi grew oiijpt tue Al lege and the church ItlS a decent egpectable conventional aucti- Thffft was only uhoIt was nearly twenty year ago but he usn boy with power Money was the power Uetinti 80000 a year college boy witli that much can 4o things Harry Thaw did things The froodTolk of Wooster were shockwl leyond expres ZIon Thaw had a habit so It told in Wooster even unto this day of pre contact than any tiling else rii re is hardlyaRthitW that s costinsr the people as much as iad roadsln many instaoces tbe counties are doing all they canto buildjgood roads but this is necessarily a v ttry slow process as the taxis hmnedIIWhat Kentucky need just now is State aid b6 lielp in this jLeat work of building gool roads Nineteen States in the Union are giving substantial assist indO ill this direction and they a rH- the States that are making the greatest strides in the develop tne4itoTtheir agrico ural inter- eSts Why should not Kentucky join this list There was never belter time nor was the State never better iiniucial condttion The mop spent by the beIHIreo the State treasury in the way If advancement in vulu sand ktBe general progiuss and pros jieinty of the people Under our present S ate assess uiMt be treasury is receiving antfu ally a million dollars inpre than it received four yersis ago on the ame tax rate We have in ail tlitiont is year then w revenue taw which will add close to another million Toe assess neut of property this year is dTso f oing to how a great in sicado over last year Instead reducing the tn rate ten cents on the one hundred dollars which the Legislature will cer iainly do why not set aside ten mints on the hundred dollas to hglp the counties iti building gbod pikes If the Sfcite will jive ISdlf the co tfT api1cwhcn the county and ihe citizens or both will give the other half so small a tax rate as the suggested Jiould result ju the building ol riot lloss than 13000 miles of turnpike or probably 12000 milGsiayear This would be a groatltbing for the farmers and Kentucky should certainly be aroused tithe importance of it If the press of the State will take this matter up they will render a greater service ban in dischss ing politic Etown News ir Piles of people 11aeeBiIeL Why suffer from piles when you can use DeWitts Carbolteed Witch Hazel Salve and get relief Nothing else so good Beware pf Imitations See that the name is stA tpd on each box Sold by the kcI Cross thus tore iiIl1sbur I am sorry trlte tbat M AJex Coulters wife is very III at this writing Mrom P f4 llninn of Sharpsyille sold a thrhoyear old horse to Miv Sam P VVh to of Cardwell for 115 Frei rMlburp if Oardw Chapter IIjhaw the Madcap Collegian t A Wild Boy and a Wise lather Whose Wisdom Did Not Pre vail After DeahElghtY Thousand Dollars a Year to Spend Wine Suppers In a College Town Penmanship and Lawn Ten nis For MlncITo Europe After Cigarettes Another Ohio College Boy Who Became President on Nothing Per Annum Denting the coeds1 the girls of Woos ter university with garters decorate with the college colors also he gave wine sutfpera a terrible shock to WoostereA Lesson From Rome Anybody vio has attended a church college lu a town of the middle westt ieeus no argument to convince him how sensational is the very Idea of a vIne siinnpr Some of these exploits were described as orgies and it was predicted by the local press that liar ry Thaw would come to some had end The local press got this rather con vcnUqnalnotJonnot the Thaw esca pades but from human history running back to the days of the Roman empire Every college f student knowTO EUROPE AFTERthat Rome fell CIOARETTESbeCause Qf dot Imucheries That was the chief which middle western American col leges tauglit concerning Rome twenty years a oI But the cigarette story Is Thaws chief bid for remembrance as a col legian Wooster still recalls It hold lug up Its hands In horror This Thaw boy learned very early In life to smoke cigarettes As a matter of tact the cigarette was just about that time coming Into favor with thoughtless youth It yas something new j To Europe For Cigarettes The good man who was president of Wooster called Harry Thaw II ole him He told the boy that his mother the widow of the Plttsburg millionaire was of opinion that he should get down to serious study Your pranks said the president have become the talk of the university YoUr mother wants you to make something of yourself Now for your mothers sake wont yop turn x ver a sold a cow to Tom Ourtsingerp f Willisburg Price unknown t 1lfr Walter Scruggs of Rock bridge is attending school at this place Misses Della McMillin andj Effie Outsinger land parents were in Tatham last Saturday shopping 0 H Perkins attended church at Freedom Ilast Sunday Mrs William McMillan off Springfield spent Wednesday Nvitli J MMcMiltln of Sharps vilief Mr Clarence McMillin and Fred Miiburn were atTalham trading Tuesday last Mr John G off had a dance Tuesday night I heard they bad a nice time A liquid cold rplief with a laxative principle which drives out the coM through a copious action of the bowels and a healingprinciple which singers In the throat and stops the coughthat Is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup Safe and sure in its actiou plasant to tike and conforms to National Pure Food ana Drug Law Contains no opiates Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store McChord Wants InformationL Failure to receive the inforam tion asked of the officials of theIIllinois Centrall railroad iu ago has driven the Jten tuck y Railroad Commission to take no tice of ihe delay oDd Chairman O Q McChoad has written them a letter setting lorth in explicit deslred1at1forth omingIThough the commission has ialsIi me organs the functions and aids in the of a misplaced organ new lleaf and apply yourself to some course of study Young Thawblew large clouds of s nalce from lilt cigarette What studies 4lo you choose for your specialty asked the president PenmanshIp and lawn tennis for hoytl Next week the president of Wooster received a telegram dated New York It read a IIm going to Europe to buy some duo rettes H K THAW Some weeks later Thaw returned to Wooster with large supplies of his fa yorlte brand of cigarettes A previous trip to Europe land Introduced him to this bread and America land nothing just as good hence his trip to Eu rope Any boy with SO000 a year could have done the same If so minded With SO year or nothing he might have remained at the college studying hard dolng Janitof vork for the bulk of his expenses and becoming president of the United States Just as James A Garfield did under practical ly the same conditions suggested here at another Ohio college Suppers For Chorus Girls Every time a cheap theatrical troupe with a chorus contingent came to the opry house In Wooster Harry Thaw gave a supper to the chorus fflnpHMS girls That shocked Woos Qter so severely f that at last Thaw decided he would go to Princeton KMtM4 which was far ther east and consequently not quite so con ventional At ll Princeton he was not so con 2R splcnous There were other gild ed college youth HB GAVE WINE at Princeton P ERS i though few with such an Income Thaws PrInce f ton escapades were not so flamboyant as those at Wrostcr because the set hag was iTeroftt McChord did not inform the IO officials of his intentions but preferred to lea e his future actions in the eat the road persists in its refusal to imagina tibn The commission has asked th I Cto furnish information re garding the relations existing be tween and the Madison Coal Corporation which holds several million dollars worth of coat lands in Illinois The fact of a relation between them was de veloped at a recent hearing of a complaint of discrimination in car distribution held in Louis yule As Interstate Cm11erceComj missioner Judson 0 Clements annouclced a few days ago when he was in Louisville that the Interstate Commissibn huends to investigate the relatioori ol rail roads and coal lands in Illinois and Western Kentucky it is probably that the State Commis theItestimony as the Federal body has the authority Herald Chase Sanbourns coffee still leads Special prices in 50 pound lots McElroy Shader sore agents WANTED By a prominent monthly magazine with large highclass circulation local rep resentative to look after renew als and increase subscriptior list in SprIngfield and vicinity on a salary basis with a continuing interest from year to tyeacin the ExperIenceIdesirdblet Good opportunity fore tho right pelson Address Publisher box 57 Station 0 Now York femaleF Weakness = H 1 TunYieltonI inchesfrornfemale4ng Cardui Ohl My How I was benefited I willII I IcU ed I Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies t and rivals gai ll u still holds supreme position t today as in thpast 7a years for the relief and cure tff female diseases IItt stops pain tones up regulates j replacement a e nixWrite us a your ympioms tee Advice in p AJJren UJle Ctiatta noop Ttnn At Every Drug Store In SlOO Bottles 11 LiWINES ADVICEII C ARDBIIJtJ DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE BY DD hAKEReal Estate and nsurance Springfield y ttmLles1rompr4ngfield barn plenty tobaccp and good water close to school house and church Price 40 per acre l barnstwoot the farm ready for the plow Price SCO peracre No 167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns well watered onehalf mile from schoolhouse and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No9 65 acres nine oniles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10 108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good tim ber plenty good tobacco land good largedwellingon railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12 The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16 196 acres7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 goqd stock barn 80 acres in blue rass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 3Q No 18 174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room dwell ing on good plke31 miles from depot one mile from scHool and church outbulldingsUOfen e Price 32 goodtlmbtwo tobacco barns wll hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and small ice honse carriage hoase all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20 250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre No 21 90 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from tsprlhgfield Price 1000 No 22 121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price 15 per acre No 23 139J acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one halt mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre No 24 166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock tarn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bottom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25 248 acres 21 miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good ciStern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under everyfieldacres of corn this year No 27 iOj acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres or tobacco tine well milk house hen house smok house bott9mlaNo 28 160 acres 34 miles from Springfield on good road M mile from pike plenty of tobacco and well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 34 231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bards rOOmbrickat barn loft that will hQld 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house gralnery 2 story painted ma chine house no ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson county Price landrNo 35 225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Vflll sell as a whole or divide It Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36 House anti lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70x210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 No 38 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike Farm in dwIlinglinestock water 35 per acre No 39 102f acres good four room dwelling tobaccobarn holds ten acres tobacco Twenty five acres of tlin H = anddomestictobaccolandschool and peracreNo 40 Tiftyacres roomdwellinggood land good grass barn and all tbuUdlngs fine well In yard i750 fromSpringfield dwelUngbuiltNever failing spring in yard milk orchardPlenty cretobaccowillholdand all outbuildings Fine grass Threequartersofl churchPricepayment No 45 164 acres one and onehalf smalldwellinggoodbarnoflocalIronySpringfiel finetimberstockbatntwenwatered fine tobaccoiand good fence price 3150 per acre frontSpringfieldtobacco sometirnber82000No4f 254 acres goodpikeacretobacco PlentyiandIschool Price iso per acre fromSpringfieldroondwellingplenttobaccogoodorchardftnewatertlosetoperacre a sNomnesfromBloomfield Coqneynecklugpartroom dwelling barn will hold twenty five of grassfinewaste land on farm On rural routePrice S47 per acre No 52 135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn- crIb 40 acresfinpike moneyIyears Price 24 per acre cityproperty andCovingtonSeveral propertyfieldlve got itat any price fromSpringfieldbarn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty thebestWholfarmper fromSpringfield dwellinggood barnPriceofMackviUe acresfine 311permeathouselandclose30 per acre fromSprlngfiddbrlck tobacco barn aud two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit plenty of lo cust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of todacco land Price 15000 No 11 125tf acres 8 mites from Springfield 20 acres of virgin soil 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn buggyhouse75 acres of tobacco land dwetlingtobaccotimber farm all in grass well water ed close to school and chnrch 5 miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 03 180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre bacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plentyoil fine tobacco land plenty of water One of the best to bacco farms In Nelson county Price 50 per acre mlBt FOR ONEt For a short time only we wjll make the following offer to r all cash in advance subscribers For Two Dollars We will send The NEWSLEADER a The DAILY LOIlIISVILLE HERALD OUR COUNTRY the fine new Magazine ALL FOR ONE YEAR This is goodfor a limited time onlyso get your onder in early Address E EIMson Jr Piifc KYQI rQIIMARKS GDC Itp Th oidRe1ble Mcur ra Sanaihirsi wi UJUi1Hel SA ILUtfBER LATHS i SHING iSASH DOORSi IdI li4 f Li We handle the celebrated rti Iii Mixed Caffitelledli rtit a C rb iftIaI O We are sole agent lor 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