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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t o 7SDfIN 1883 1 I I NEW SYOLXIV NO 9 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTONrCOUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 28 1907 100 PER YfAff 1 3RIF TRUSTY PRACTICAL 4IDENTISTomce4Wcr Harden Barber- J wfel irork atraMonableprices flrk guaranteed pflWFIELD KY Ia DWECTORY It 9ttniQWLiD cotiaty teat of I WMfcbtftoo Qaty 52 miles south Mt W Islington 59 miles fro- mjbss Bardstowc branch of j flSHIiea M JCakhrille aailroad in- vtiwiiJteit MMl j rlcwltuial district XJyJTriiaki tclcf raph and telephon- eSHH M office flour mills lumber j rAc ftcta tiom 1100 population of uty55iSISLHonJU D aaM1aJIoII Tiiie Ky4o JJlprnjntfitrT is Keatucky Legis atilft MU W D Claybrooke AtptMcMUtive la State Senate Hon ify 1iflter Le bflOfl KY ctr Directory CEKCUIT COURT 1 criiiIticrtbegis on the fourt- hMsiAyi1 TeKary May ind Octo- Mi jETI a JadgIlS2fcJ MrkMh Cosmoawealth At a Beit A Noe Clerk Ji G Iec1tliila Mister Commlss airl QUAKTBRLrY COURT Q rterly Court is held on the third M1 ala eack onth r linsey 3tdgc- t a COUNTY COURT etrCv meets on the fourth Ilyin etch a uth 3 L Litsey Judge eker County Clerk t jrrBT S Maye County Attorney 4scge Catlett3ailer3 ey OAourae Sheriff Alilkmni mB Powell KdbS4tEddIe1I1afl astera t Deputi Ja w T Moore County Surveyor P POBry an Assessor WT Sitckell Deputy oe Treasurer-Xbtrt YxliiQtg Oor 3 W 3dsh1Supt pf Common a4P o springfield CITY COURT JteA R Noe Police Judge jGk Grace Marshal jIjfrT Grisly City Attorney JUSTICE COURT TtIce Courts are held in January tjil Jly ad Jctober kith Directory METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Ser JteT G W Lyon the Tirstand Third Sundays lt 1aontb at 11 a m and 730 Pp1 Siimiiiylcliool every Sunday atiaam Prayyc mtt every Wednesday a3gktl n CATHOWCCHURCH Pastor SerHennewavWev Pra T TcrVgurfdayat 8 and 10 oclock i SerVlce t St Rose same hour GHWSTIAN CHURCH JteyWIW ldn Fa6tcr SnJ + cII y ilElSBTTEBIAN CHURCH at 11 am1ifTiysnnday1rieeW nnt t7 pa Sunday school every t adIy itio aBI Prayer meotin- V iry Tk1dY evening at 7 oJcL- Se J t BAPTIST CHURCH t t Xttrlim Harriion wfjr Pa 8t PizciIng every SunDay at II ann I 4 74i p Sunday School every yat30 a Prayer meeting eiiy TV evening at 745 oclock JrrIriial Orders MASOXIC LODGE Springfield lodge jlti je eta firit and third IJoada t iMkQfltk Wi Jiirtom R A Chapter No 57 ticts every second Tuesday riajrleld Council o52 meets on ATtcr trtkM9nday KxwkTS of Tx MACAHBBS Meet StS iI r tachm T JOLEYS HONEYANDTARThI LAXATIVE mhk remedj i YN auditinglia or everybody Sold everywhere n uIn FOUCYS HONEY and TAR is 1In C T Bow package Refuse substitutes PrepanKl only by t PIy Jt Company Chicago ToVifJe lylledl prcgsDragfcJtpr y r V 7w TIlE NI3WS=LE4DI3R r p ii J ii fiiWfi 1iii1I Jl ROUND OFI TitKfs MM5MffiC The Cry Of The Dreamer I am tired of planning and toiling jHAnd spoiling and building again And 1 long for the dearold river Where I dreamed mv youth away For a dreamer Jives forever And a toiler dies in a day I am sick of the showy seeming Of a life that iis half a lie Of the faces with scheming In the throng that hurraea4iuc iTrom the sleepes thoughts endaxorj I would go where the children play For ardreamer lives forever And a thinker dies in a day J can feel no pride but pity For the burdens the rich endure There is nothing sweet in the qity But the patient lives of the poon Oh the little hands to skillful And the child mind choked with weeds The 2aughtersheart grown willful And the fathers heart that bleeds No no fromthe streets rude bustle From trophies of mart and stage I would fly to the woods low rustle And the meadows kindly page Let me dream as of yore by the river j And be loved for the dream away For a dreamer lives forever And a thinker dies in aday JOHN BOYLE OREILLY SPEAKS WELTi speaks Iwell for the good morals of Washington county that another term of court has rolled around and there is hardly enoughjbusi ness on the criminal docket to occupy the attention of the court mote thana few days Our jail is entirely empty except for the prisoner Shipp who was brought here from Campbellsville the cther day for safe keeping and there is not a felony case on the docket There is also rather a dearth of businesson the civil dpcket which is rathe rliard on the lawyers but which shows a lack of disagreements among neighbor4latiscumn3enclaPleIndeed marked that two terms of court a year instead of threewould be plenty 4to take care of the litiga tion in tliis county and were it not for the heavy business in our neighboring county of Ma rlola the terms could well be re duced jand the county saved a considerable expense a TT REE SEEDThe question Jt of free seed distribution by Congressmen at the expense of the government has long been the subject of discussion by the newspaper and other authorities ltis claimed and with good grounds tbat the seeds sent out by congressmen are of ordinary variety and of poor quality for which the government pays out thousands of dollars annually About the most reasonable com meat on the question we have seen is the following from Up To Date Farming The right tliiug to do would be to confine the distributon to really tare or at least valuable seeds plants trees etc and they shoulij be sent only to such people as will guarantee to eive them the proper attention and also to furnish reports as to how they do The department cannot ex pect farmers to make reports upon the way some third class peas or beans are progressing nor can it afford to send rare seeds plants or trees to those who will take no interest in them The distribution should certainly be taken away from congress men and giyen to the depart ment Money expended judici ously in this way wouldbel better than that much money given to keep up experiment stations that teach only how to produce more of the jjrams and vegeta bles that are already produced in such abundance as to keep the price below a Hyiog wage for the farmer 1HiFllt m until tomorrow what you can do to day If you are suffering roma torpid liyer or constipation dont wait until tomorrow to get help Buy a bottle of Herbinean get the liver working right Prom ptness about health saves many sick spells Mrs Ida Greaham Pgint Texas writes I used Herbine in my family for six years and find it does all tI claims to do Sold by the Red- Cross Drnjr Store tSSS Early Risers Died in Oregon Warren Offut Davis sin of Major William J Davis of this city died of conjesticn of the lungS Wednesday at the St Vin cents Hospitall portland Ore The young man who was well known in Louisville was in the employ of the United Sates Division of Forestryand was in 1 surveying party at the base of Mfc Hood when he coiitra ted his illness The party was snow bound fifty miles from the starting point Portland and young Davis took a cod from expusure Before medical aid could be summoned or he moved to Portland Davis was quite weak He died a short time after he was taken to the hos pital 0 tBasil Davis a brother who is at present in New Orleans will leave immediately for Portland and return 10 Louisville by the first of the week with the remains Besides his parents fQurlbIYorkjClelland Dander in the United States Navy npw statioried Washing ton D 0 Francis Davis of St Louis now at Evansville and Basilpavis of St Louis and j at present in New OrleansE Louisville Post Young Davis wao a nephew afE Mrs Andrew Cunningham of this place I Nothing will relieve Indfgestton that is not thorough digestant Cod oll digests what you eat and al t lows the stomacfrretrecnperate t grOw strong again Kodol is a solution of digestive acids and is nearly tast tive juices that are found in thet stomach Kbdol takes the wotk of I ligeation off the digestive organs and while rerforming this work It self does greatly assist the stomach to a thorough rest In addition ths ingredients of Kodoi are such as to make it a corrective of the highest efficiency and by its actfrn the stom J ac is restored to its orma1 actiyity t and yower Kodol is manufactured in strict conformity with the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by the Red Cross Drug Storec Freak RabbitI The pupils of the far off Coun cil Bluffs School for tho Deaf read the storv of the strange horned snake reported by Mr Strother Yeager and published in this paper and find what they consider a freak stranger and more worthy of meutiort TheI Hawkeye official publication of the school savs Among tIe numerous rabbits trapped by the boys there was recently a specimen taken by Alfred Schultz so curious as toI excite considerable interest- It was like any other rabbit in size and apperance except that from the head protruded several horns One was on the forehead between the ear while Qthers oelow tbe ears on the neck one on either side They were about one inch or an inch and a half long pointed and of a hard dark ardinaryfhprndarker than usual They were apparently attached only to the skin and not to the rabbits skull Thdre were several smaller simi tar growths on the lower face but three described had every appearance of being regular horns The head was cut off and sent to the state entemolo gist at Ames who has acknpwl edged its receipt but not yet made an examination to explain the peculiar growth Danville News t Formerly Lived Here A N Ring aged eiffhtyone yearsan inmate ofthe Confed erate Home at Pewee Vallev dropped dead of heart disease while walking through a hall atI the Home at 1030 oclock this mornjng Ring had been corn plaining for several days but his condition was not considered such that he should be assigned to the hospital Bing twas born in Warren omty and served throughout the Civil War in the First Tenn esee Cayalry under Gen For rest He was well known in Warreu county He lived sear Bowling Green and later near Russeliviile Louisville Times Mr Ring will he remembered by the older inhabitants of this place He was a shoemaker and worked at his trade here for a number of years He left here 25 years ago Cures flood ski Diseases Can cer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or iu I of humors if you haveblood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings anit bumps jscabbyv pimply skin bone jaains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express SI per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else falls 9lyr Count The Cost The farmer feels secure in his bed and board he can if nect sary wear old clothes he can usually get credit at the local bank or store and therefore loes not have the incentive to vigilant care in eliminating waste that spurs other producers ind the question of profit or loss frequently neglected There is no debiting of an interest barge on his investment no barge far his own labor nor that of his wife and children and eamno credit for the home frown products used on the rarm The cash balance at the nd of the season tells all that is Qldtit is a result without any xplained causes In other lines f business a costage accompa lies each job as in a printing ffice or each pair of shoes or itherartices through the factory LCd when theLarlicle is comple 3d the cost is known in the ffice How many farmers know tie cost of producing any of heir crops or the actual manu icturing cost of eggs or milk r stock Harrodsburg Herald Hunting for Trouble Ive lived in California 20 ears and am still hunting for rouble in the way of burns ores wounds boils cuts prains or a sase of piles that Bucklens Arnica Salve vont uickly cure writes Charles Walter of Alleghany Sierra Do No use hunting Mr Wale era It cures every case GuarII nteed at Haydon irtsons tlrug store 25c Big Tobacco Contract A dispatch from Ovventon says that the Burley Tobacco Asso elation of 0 ren county lias con tracte with Juno W Gale to redry and pack 4OCk000 pounds of the tobaccq pooled at the association M r Gayle receives 1 per hundred for the tobacco delivered in summer order and 140 for the tobacco delivered- in winter order They also conS ractmg with him to erect three association warehouses one at o wen ton onf at New Liberty andane at East Eagle to cost from 8000 to 10000 each His entire contract will aggregate from 00000 to 70000 and he Begins receiving the pooled tcr ncco at once Of the 1900 crop estimated at 000000 polinds 80 per cent has been pooled Messrs z Manor pooled 800 G8YIeI largest amount pooled firm inthat part of the district The local banks of Owen county have agret d to finance the To acco Association of that county to the amount of 1QO000 Ky Journal Men Past sut in Per More than half mankind over sixty years ol akc suffer from kidney and ladder disorders usually enlarge ment pf prostate gland This is both painfuland aangeroas and Foleya Kidneys Cure should be taken at the fitst sign of danger as it corrects ir regularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney luriiett Rockport Mo writes 1 suffered Avith enlarged prostate gland and kidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Sidney Cnre I feel better than I have ror 10 years although I am now 91 years old Sold by the Red Gross Drug Store roLEDIIOtmYMDTAll ft Udrs Hf sure Ni ptatf fOR SAFE r KEEPING James A Shipp the Taylor County Murderer Brought to the SpringfieldS Jail James A Shipp who shot and killed Joe A Sraithoo ihe streets l of Campbellsvill over a year aoed who has been in the Jail at that place since was broug t to this place Saturday evening and put in jl The change was ordered by Circuit Judge Thur- an who thought advisable on account of some jdisqcieting ru mors which bad arisen in regard to the safety of the prisoner since the reversal of his case by the Court of Appeals bhipps case will cqme up for trial again anda change of venue will probably be taken either at Lebanon or this place The prisoner was in charge 4of Sheriff Henry Gartin of Marion county and special deputy Johnson HISTORY OP THE CASE The case was that of John A Shipp wiJa shov to death Joe ASmith Of Campbellsville without warning upon the streets of that city O a Satur day Mrs Shipp 30 nee hubandI I declared confessed u him hertinfidelity and improper relat6ns with Smith On Mn ay the nusband rented a pistol andIwalking up to Smith on thetstreet saiduYau pined mvii home and without waiting foriII reply shot Smith to d athJHe then gave himself up to tbet proper authority b A plea of insanity was the detfense made From the timeI Sbippfirst began to suspect hisII Wife some two months before was claimed that his mind had bordered on derangement and when she made the confession tto him the flood gates brokeII loose and the overwhelming passion to slay thee despoiler e of his home overmastered all t other emotions The opinion of the Court afr Appeals iis a very nnounJtcctoI 1Psuch1P ruling asSt tbe rejection ofC evidence c Judge Nnnn wrote the opinion and in reversing the judgment of the lower court here says in part Appellants counsel con tend that the court erred in re fusinslo allow him tto testify that his wife confessed to him in I the presence of his son on s Saturday beferetll3 Monday tt on which he shot Smith It was c error for the court to exclude u this testimony fqr it tended to v show the motive and state of ei mInI of the appellant at tnet time of the killing The testi t mjny of the wiles good charac c ter was incompetent and the tourt should not have permitted it to be introduced her reputa r tion for chastity was not in isI5uc The competency of the fl confession iis btiselo n ffil the fact that the Ithecauses j which induced the accuse to act t tke do it food by the use of pdor baking powder 1 Hat a pure homomdc muffin cake Of bfecuit rudr wjfra thtv come Ui To be sure yop must use l t s Loj RQjJ in your home a a in yow t r 1 ts truth or falsity had noth ng o do With his conduct On the question of change of renuevthe court say rIt is hardly to be expec ed that the ppeilant could receive a fair and mpartial trial of the offense jharged in that county in View f the undispukd odious reputa ion of ihe Shipp name the ad feeling against appellant he great number power and afluence of the relatives of the ecease in the county tile Uac A prominent manufacturer Ym A Fertwell of ljucama Nt 1 relates a most remarkable xperience He saYiiI Afier aking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feellike one isirig from the grave My rouble is Brights disease in he Diabates stage I fully be Electric Bitters will cure me ermanently for it has already topped the liver and bladder duplication hich have troubled ae for years Guaranteed at lay don druggists rice only 75c MAUD =A certain party asked your tumble time ince wby she did not write up he news from Maud more often ir every week We do not yonder at this young gentleman fishing to hear from Maud yfen through the columns of he NewsLeader for he seems toe very much interested in a ertain golden haired little lassie rho resides here We do not nean to be but we are fromwitngIMlsses and lary Wakefield of the Spring leld High School visited their lareuts here from Friday till dpnday jVIr Shannon Cloyd of Bar GOGO XXH IT RECOMMENDED S-S BY ALL WHO USE IT 8 Ask your about Z VULCAN CHILLED He will say it is the BEST for that is the unf venalI verdict of those who have used it It has 9 stood the test for years I have the Vulcan both in- V Wood and Steel beam Also have the Killside patternO Q 88ok Full Line of Plow and lurkk Gear f Barber g Successor to Haydon A Barber S OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO OO Q Si v J s t I Ls t tiU c j visited Miss Stella Mr ES wife and j t vo little sons the i Miss Shew maker 6f visited her Mrs Kate j last week a in our little town very Mr S P has put in j a Sh han gin court Mon day Miss She an of the Bar stowu visited her from till Mrs fames closed a very six school here last we learn that Miss Pearl is a We hope she will be in it up as she is an ex Miss of the Nel soil Jby Miss Marks will from j until with her par lIts here Bro will at New as The ladies of the had aJ par y for the fast him up a nicej box in the way of will be made in two those a who did not to this HEAD A Lm Six ago I aC writes John of then Dr New Life Pills and the I take them the better them They at Rob drug store 256 J j to Mr R a E and one to a Mr Hays were stolen I from their farms a few miles r east of this city ii Mr horse was taken C from a field while that of Mr Ii Hays was taken from a bara i Police The officer tti the theft Wa c of towns the ceeter part of the state while the b owners or the had cards jthe j and orer c a U was from Mfc Sterli o that bs of thoet itotee for eah e e o of that citjr A mere ti oi the MI a mate WM aid as a H the them fo I J III IIl l 11 JIJLf 1J pt i 4 2 falllttle intorestingt iiIIdWon P fros I- cSch 4TkeyusuaIIy want aomethi4 thepantryS Youtcmemberfkc Home cookiaf COUDtaJer childf fcwitli tsIwithU11I delicious ofthepurity AwrAiaAmNoIWIPOWDER mi1a difference dtfftreocti yoh1iSdifference cookmgiROYALs alxoiutelr Pore ElilliIOffl Robertson correspondentsome negligent XHXHXK neighbor THE PLOW John Lily IactrJoa rodsburg recently Wakefield Goatler visited Utters parents Sunday lLittle Beatrice Bloomfield grandmother Sbewmaker Rumor reports wedding SQOocFlaughef telephone Chas andHTVir attended county Nancy Institute parents Friday Monday Cheatham successful months Friday Goaitley contemplating spring school successful getting cellent teacher Lydia Virgin Normal accompanied spend Friday Monday Benight preach Hope Sunday ulual1 church donation pastor preaching Sunday consequently making edibles Another about months giving chance contribute FRIZZLE Valuable years learned valuable lesjson Pleasant Magnolia IndIqc begin taking Kings longer IbdiPlease everybody Guaranteed Haydon ertsons Horses Stolen Ahorse belonging Young belonging George Saturday night Youngs 1swtire4IThompson telephoned number throughout horses printed describing animas mailedtbio points Keatucky Monday sseesece received stating horses aaewerfaaf descrlpikMt litrewere owred atriets minute deecrlptto given result mauoffering sid Sl1BS RI1JONJ 14i was arrested Mr Yqir a l Mr Hays left on the arM train orMf Sterling and at oicer dentified the horses The a Ujj ave his name as Tiat Royalty tnd stated that he was a resident f Washington cptoy Ivie laid however that this is Ho ii1 lis real name Another iaa rwho is said to UaYefbeem wJthj Royalty whei the theft wai u omaitted Lisa nt been oavghfc kir Young val e l hie Borse M S50 while that of iCr Jat 7 i ras valMi itoo JAisaddle and bridte weret ai root Mr John F Laiibaii who esides near AlicetoQ o f i y tame night the borH8 were tblenandl it is belicred fBtt hey were taken by ttt siiiftiir partiesEnterpriaeali kaIm Nr J I was literal1coaiai JfleU todeaUa aBel Hibeckxf clbprseaveit alive pat tbey fo4 Jeel t id for thanks be totI ws tnduced to try Drr Kiafs Newt Jiscoyery It took jwrt Lost ne dollar bottlee to coeiplitely tfre the cough and restore pe k good sovsd health h writes Irs Eva Umeapber ol Grqrer i ow Stark eoMtf lad Tbiet Qag of COMb and oodcarj t arid bJer of throat awl ACc troll bleiis guaranteed by Eyrf 1 loti Robertee irriff iees rMe nd100 Trial boteUfree 3r AUMs JJ 7 t Stanley Gabbell o1p1ii 1 Hifi Henry Fineee aMFe ee FOrd fMIl y aff Men el41ity all of wbeetare ast ag 1 ere arrested ket nigtTvc n Walnut Street eUrgei wMte Ig drink and dieordedy THe rreste were itade by OAoer Cd Tbomieoo sd Prsak rowels Foliowinjr the arreMlj 1 lain tbe Mnsatioeel ektiMna f hat early in tbe ereainc tM- oung men had prcbM a allollotWrMt the salsse- fBooM 55ir Cosher 6m M itraM oppose Ibe Hardeeef- oteL InveetifatioB H ie ealdt- Bveals the faettbat Pert ought tbe wUeftey of Jaasr 01cberaH ibat the OJ si iytAl tbeo ejt6 pay topi aTa the bartender hie eTireeal bold as MctlnwL MM ebtwaapaWEarITU man iK M warrant wee iisftii Jer- l1earreiiot Ootebwr em a- bsrg of sdlMc litJa IiIMC sad tM totel wUl1fart to0ierroir mm aiag ia t s oUe court Three of te S oaBJ ts S Darp 91 oI a wJaIi ti 0Jtrpri8eWe Are a ii u1ll Hsv rId oursweet abMi or jeafe reevpickke If not trySlay aw ffae o McBlroy ctSbar It f r f THE NEWSLEADER BaY TXTHMD JLY 1 AYAR IN ADVANCE SPlHMGPIfiLD KY ELDAVISON jr tM1H ip4aMii Htlou 10 cab Ie MB ma qiMtiaMrtM Oa4U tea ItsaB4 palitleal matte Jib weIk Is 0 atJkifr rates bit cash tf b jaJdop 3eUTfiyelco0s AflTMtMa MitfMta aHl liberal t1 r Wt MlHMl1ltt frpec1 ate par MM t XPe13uS1iUT1 0jfetrletOttoM KOO t TBURflDAT FEB 28 1907 JIici tiaC- r Ak tvthusi attic meeting of tha mbfrs of the American Socie ty of IBqiaity and Wbacco grow ers WM held at th4 Court House here Monday The house was i tUedio pverflowinj Judge I H Thrsan and W Cf McChord addrMMd the farmers and urged the MOMfity of all stick tag togttheir and pooling their crop for the coming aeasion AbOut 1700 acres of the crop to be planted this year were j pledged by the growers in atten aDcat ttie meeting Mond v and it is expected that a large per cent of the toial acreage of the 6bunty before the planting aeuott is well under way will be pledged r Tbe iBagementrof the ware oolhIcompany reported the purchase of a lot of W C vMeCbord 0 nthe railroad below town for 1000 On this lot i ispropoeed to erect one or two large warehouses sufficient to care for the entire crop of 197 The money some 20000 has already been subscribed to this warehouse fund and plans for the buildings are being pre pared The pooled tobacco is being received now at H R Thomp sons barn on the Perry ville pike the other three barns Mrs McLaughlin The Barrett and the Hayes barns having been flhIYTheSociety has received Ii4OOoQo pSpunda to date and have registered for future delivery about 250000 pounds more Circuit Court v Tne regular term of Circuit Court convened here on Monday Judges Ttihrman organized and instructed the juries on the first1 j day His instructions to thej grand jjury were especially Qom I p ehenslve and the duties of that body in getting evidence plainiyThe following compose the pettit jury D W Burns E L Clements Jas T Hardesty S P Derringer E F Donelly IS P Che ser J R Davis J I UoyaVy J L Cochran Edgar Linton Leo Hay don Robert Wheatley T F Montgomery C C Barnett Pat Shanaban W A Thompson J R Harmon Hartford Turner Reuben Bottom Walter Hays John Halll Will ThompsonThos The grand jury iis made up as follows C L Brady foremanI Howard McElroy T JV JHnngateJjSdelen James Patterson Dan P West Okey Cloyd tam Hall J M Trent The cases tried on the Com moDwealth docketsofar are as follows Thad Terrell breach ef peacefined 10 and costs Moore 0B blitt Barlow selling liquor toan inebriate notguilty WL Cambron samecharge noJLguilty chirgeJiiotIUiHatchett and Will Harmon iijpre fined 50 each on the charge f of gaming RewirllyThe readEr of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least a e dreaded disease that clcnce has feeeH able to cure in all its stages ajad tkat is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curds the only posit iue cure nosy kBOwn te medical iraternttr Catarrh r beg a constitutional disease re quite a con8i tutlonal treatment 1Hllbi Catarrh Cure la taken Internally mctimg directly upon the blood and MttcoM Burfates of the system thereby dtotroyln the foundation of the isease and giving the patient tkBy bidIup the constitu- 4fep aupg aseistitir nature in doing its HrTbe ropn etorg have so L HHKfcliita 10 its curative powers tW they affcrOire Hatred Dollars My CMC fit fails to cure Send 4 Jierel teMui1al Adrese F 4city aTOJMe O byaAr1isie7sc TM J UliJJPjU Jo coast y tISI w r Iv Vi1iii WE HAVE MOVEi Having decjded to locate in Springfield permanently we havemoyed our f Skirt Making Department JjyteriancnrtI 0 OURF SKIT MAKINGhasT Proven so popular among the ladies thatweGall and see our Wor- kSHRAGER 7 BROS oft MaokvIIIe Mrs Barnett and daughter Miss Jappa are visiting her son Dr W T Barnett Miss Ada Tumey ot Louisville visited her aunt Mrs A G TumeyMrs Parks has re turqed to her home accompanied by her daughter Mrs Ada Ar nold Dr W1T Barnett was in Lou iiyille last week on business Mr Clay Ferrell has returued from a visit to relatives at De Kalb fli- Miss Mattie Smith of Burgin spent last week with her brother Mr John Smith of this place Mr Clarence Adams of Bur gin visited his aunt Mrs B 0 Tnorapson Mrs William Lambert visited her husband Mr William Lara bert at Elizabeth infirmary Leba non j Mrs Green of Danville iis visiting her sister Mrs J fl Hickerson Mrs Mary Hines and her son John Turner spent the day at Mr and Mrs Willie Turner The party given by Miss Settle Shewmaker on the even- ingIi of the 22a was well attended and all reported and enjoyable timeDied on the evening of the 21st Mr Uriah Shewmaker after a long illness The funeral was preached at M E church by Rev Walker Died on the evening of the 19th Uncle John McMillin in iiis eighty ninth year SMART SET t A Gaff This iis to certify tee taU druggists are authorized to refund your money- f Foleys Honey and Tar fails to 3Llre Your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lunas and prevents serious results from a cold Curpslal grippe coughs and prevents pneumon a aId consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package Refuse substitueS Sold byThe Red Cross Drug Store Ktllsboro As there is not very much news this week 1 will make this leter very short Mrs Mat Inman bas returnedI from Paris Il1where she made a long visit with her sis ter SettlesspentSundayI wife jMrs Emma Coulter is very ill at this writing we ares sorry to say Mr Colman Settles of Shady Grove spent Sunday with AN Hines and wife Mrs Mollie Settles is nolbetter at this writing A S Hines wfe and little son Reed spent Sunday with Felix Noel and daughter Fenvic Mrs Carrie Ranie and John spent a few days Jast week with relatives in Perryville j Messrs Sanford Logsdon rand Dan Adams left Saturday for Indianapolis Ind Miss Myrtle Logsdon o Lawrenceburg is visiting her parents Mr and lrsYi F Logsdon of this place Mis J W Barker and little son Emmett spent a few days astweek in Springfield yillMrs Alex Smith is on the sick list sperlastRogers Mr John Raney bought of S J Bottoms a cow j Mrs G W Fenwick arid Neoma spent last week wit 0Mrssiecial AnnoncceieDt EeiardiDE THo NhUonaiPnre Fool AniW Law We are pleased to announce tb3 Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not ettect by the National Pure Food aud Drug Law IS ii1 contains no opiates or oth er harmful drugs and vie iccommend it its a sfe remedy for children and adults Sold by theRcd Cross Drag store a Mayes Creek Several from here attended county court Monday daughterti formers father Mr Nort Jane s near town last weekI famityMrMrs A L Litsey and daughter Miss Fanny spent Wednesday with Mrs Julia Leachman Dr McChordwas called from Lebanon Friday to see Mrs James Coulter who is very ill 0Bugh Leachman who has been on the sick list is about able to be out again Meritt Seay has moved to the farm of Cal Shewmalrer lassollhjstham Springs Price unkoown Ed Birch Ed Litsey and Earl Reed were the guests of the Leachman Brothers Sunday jCarl Walls left for Illinois Monday ysltinlfriendsMrs Tom Coulter snentla j0weekHardin near Willisburg THE FEXAS WONDER It Cures all Kidney Bladder ani Rheumatic troubles scld byy all druggists or two months treatment by mail for lDr- E W Hall 2926 Olive stre 9 St Louis Send for Kentucky estiraonials Mclnfire IJoa Newton sold to Pat Shew later one mare l3OITom Wheatley had the uis drivinehorThe horse seemed perfectly weljj Saturday Anight Miss Emma Ensor was thE itMrGassburgyWill To Make Room I For Easter and Spring Goods 4 allhatsmustgoatyourvowr 0priceIyaurI4 4 4 9MIss1 KNOTTOpposite First National Bank and Postoffice 0ic f City is visting his mother Mrs Bettie Wheatley daugttarthe formers parents Mr J P 0biSMr Kent Fields of Freder I ickstown SMrSunday Miss May Smith of Few It View was the guest of her sis ter Mrs RichardKeen last week Mr Cleveland Hill and sister Mendissie visited the homec their uncle Mr J A Fields h last week Jessie A Babv I shoul be the sunshine in the hpuse Itand will be if you give it Vhttcs Urea S Verraifage the best wor- dj medicine offered to suffering human sty This remedy is becoming permanent fixture of all houseboUU A mother with chsldreu caut alsng without a bottl o pf Whitos jiobyj MOOIJ S ILLE =Born since our last to tit wife of Lee Goiby ofMon mouth Illinois a 8 pound girl Miss Maggie Smith spent as e week with her sister Mrs E1J-j Pile atSimmstown Well we had another North amer last Saturday It snowed sleeted and rained William Christine child of M and Mrs H R Eddiemari very sick of bronchial pueumu nia Miss Nannie Green quite ill of pneumonia A large delegation from thi end of the county attend county court Inst Monday Springfield Mrs Nora Bdblet of Louis ville visited her parents tMr i nidayandhome Tuesday Mr Pile had I group of himself and wife un ten children made last Monday Miss Mollie Hines has re turned home after spending weeks with Mrs P Dlloore Mr Elvin Puncin of Wake held is visiting his gi arid parents CullQrj Mr Robt Sweetly and family of Chaplin are visiting Iparents Mr and Vlrs T D Sweeney 0Mr John Janes of Lilsey visited Mrs jEinma ypttle last 01ondiiyMr Ezra Goodlett and wife of Lawrenceburg yisitdd Mjrs May Grigsby last week Mr Emmett Settle said a cow nJr3125 Ed Pile sold a cotnT1c calf for 2750 Monday on the streets otBjpringheld Our A sof Ijl are making a vigorous effort in this vincinlty pooledWoJohn and Nancy E lis attended the closing of tbe skating rink at Bloomfield last Tuursday night W O Ellis is authorized take subscriptions for the New Lender and also toG llEct any money vdue for snbscripMons Remember tho jioor ediur anjtl pay your dues Miss Ora Carnoy is yisiUng re1ativa1 Fairfield Garrett D Weathers Avion Ky says My hogs were so badly diseai ed with cholera that I did not think themIt gave thtin Burbon Hog Cholera Remedy audit cuted them wifliout a slog loss It lathe only remedy have ever used that would cure hlog cholera Sold and gurautcod by Haydon Robertson prinfifielil Ky Volley Hill Misses Pearl Maggie and Imogene 06atley spent Tuesday atElmHili guests of Mrs W 0FIuplacealtended Susan Ed wards on Friday We extend a J heartfelt sympathy to the If ofthed MrsoAmauda spentlast MrsSplace l Mr and Mrs J L Moran lattersNWTuesdayst Mrs Ben Janes returned to her home here Thursday1 after WilILburgfjfr Robert Gray and sister oj midstSunday sisterMarytenpins school in Springfie Friday1by A R Shultz inI Thurs1dUy i tho ancdaughter get rentehisfor the ruIdtogeihorwiihhis Mrs S T Hardin is vary ill at grippeMr 0 Polin visited Mr anti Mrs So jtT Hardin of this place Monday Walter Goatlej who has been fJ seriously ill is much batter i this writing lajjjtIr Frank o Nell leftfofI Lexington Saturday tot accept a position vitc a gas and sewpi compMiyThe froorson a division visitSled his angethisi MonsdJeffat fulllpledgedHje Is learning fast under the new teacher Ho has Ions II lossonIlotd Mondaa foralittermules tails and when the baafreight tan iin behind them they jumped through their collars andcaused a great deal or- trouble V jMTlje BontaHays wedding was quite u surprise to every one especially the writer who wish oCIppinSsa r J3 i UNTO j Quit dosing i the stomach to care catarrh in thrfhend Breathe Hyomeii and gt immediate relief nod complete cures pomplote outfit S1 00 noney back if Iit f fails The Red Cross Drugstore d Piles of people lia e Piles Why ufcr from piles heuCCt1tr use bcWitts Carbolivad WItiCh Ha el ISeaiijet relief Nbtbfng else so good IJovareof imitations See tliut the liaise is sliurpeSlonjI each bpx SoW hy the Ked Grow ftrur Store It QuixotetoJoI s will Ashoy xMd Ktrte Wit imwsJtHl about the orfltr- jlWOlillnett i n of the amos Don Qt4x Tim Simntoh method cHltIv il6l pocwNtH follow FtMIflr d bjr fowl us xe Keliote with tjio Kvllwbieairtt tbe tHatI u hi eiiHle All tho lwet aq4 tbor tfes ho vover prpfor the licte 01 tnHlKKl Kwlksot with the acceAt on thuflmt ayllnble mud the o ss Iti tillt i word obey 0AnTho hJtdorSfrI went xluiiHiiiiK this morning and uvorythlng JI I hogan with A Proin the lJoutdttII Ixnigitt points to a player And WfbII pointsr f to nnotlior from the dry goods ftwroIfrom the baker etc Tho 1 tInUJOlt fIBf t4 Wk startedInfihe feutxl It very liflnrit to iflilow every rule nr course she trItbr very best that teacher ahoold nol frown And whenteachertJDutth said to her urWhkfi Arabella Krupp St NlrhJIas j i TjT r rs TJ T TiT V 6 a Robertson 8 C0 2 1 HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL1 es iip farming t Implements MUMU Tftrfl s- tlT P Seeds 11 Clover Timo Ie thy Alishe- BiueGrassRed givOfe etc HARNESS c Buggy liarnes U q Plow Wagon 4and all kinds of rstrap g9ods I IE rco I WjMadel rnents AND FIELD FENCE OF ALL RINDS 0 jfcc A HULL Llj JE OF UProDATE itHARDWARE AND GROCERIES stt j Harness 1 Repairingi Neatly and promptly ff done by an experi I enced workman Charges Reasonable Geo I Taylor 4 IrOR TIlE CHILDRENs Boys 300 Years Ago SclioolUjyaplu oki Kiiplaiul took to jtttu au l Greipk at an early ae At fit Saviour1 Untmiit r hjitliHth- waikht Itfll a puttU of a ycars iiHl three inoaUta was a lmltil as 81 ordtonry fnemftetiff who aig1 hit form of Hdii hMfiMt tdlm hinilf to lie nvmlln xml Ileiniug In the led rin untefinf Into rrn rin ijuae Mnrlhns etc sM elan Tuly Ulf epbtic tuobajt toIC thrtl UyL S enili SOd CtorAerlB 1HiIne en r Tfce liiur ot jrt dv WMV lot ton An j old tCtIiit from March till Septesttr ria 1W1s 8OU at f la taM uwjrntog MMt toe at tboftJ till 11 aCTlti t1 aRd tarty till TtI r sfof tte jrfI8rbn ileli be8t fo th mr tu t nt T aidl kevet In tfw aftornn The IRAttlter wI Rot fE 11 t ti- hut 1tI r l t on e a wfi Tbe bktr wall to lie skilled to tte Uatlo and able to ttenHi fHYmtaaX oratory iwKtrj aa l Creek aifaiwqt tlw prtofllo of Uit bnw1rPlx fuof it wts weiale altl k Jflg df ttrftVia sot itv or fiirtotoi nor ii A r foipie Wi han tflMern the mfatf iSf evrty cbild tf such ISISy In dlat riw 04iaal mta- eOne upon Ha a pair of rowhatf theIr ne tt teIWt UHr te house wbtle a pl fItt eatliirtL hu1 buIlt tbdjm lis a bfrh eke by The two paint halidNrf itt Mr young abant the taiDMtn hut ana the rob IIn dUafoinaraJ trPierr likely they wer ife i 01 trappedl betua tlwre tnnrft fair frn anc Kravc fJUAA for the parent Mete teaerthi their be Me Th ymlllltIi ii1i1tI to be atarvltur J Whe 4N cathlnls can with a hit ill 1 o4for tbrtr young he baby roljlna jjiwd l injik a great notes iliKl i atee tL MM out afar all they lamltiVapnrty H hip notice that the Mnht were PfailhiL the oriIiaIiC tf JBv7 nlF i wW4 rie Ot catIJl s cov Itiaou Its mate wrfonmd 9 ntfeaefrico for the young robin flit M way both brozdi werr ronrwl Ae rrtUlns frowinif lip KtrcnK ipdl Hvolr eaonjfh they hailcIcen csret tsr by ttul own parentscPhlJ4diIiblii flpJ I LI Often The Rittejfs Are f Weakened k y U4ork ts bhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Bleed It used to be onsid reil that only t urinary aptV bUddc tnfobles were to c srm tweed to the k ItDae C1c hut iiow mu i eciutce proves that ueriy all distaap have their beginning e tittJiC1ieorgans 1udthat jiLhtit wurl Therefore wben your kjdnvy s afe weak or ttut of order you can understand bow L quickly yottr entire Unlr is Affected and how every orgaw seefiis to fail to do its Jdnt JJ itakingi ICiimers SwatitpRoot hecue us fotUt yourkidiis Ue e1l mil the other etpns ti btlttYwiltMffti iwill ooiiviuee attyoite If yoU are ikk yee qUl JIIakI noe1s take by firafc doctoring your IJ The mild atpd title extraordinary e1flfOf Dr Kilmec SwampRoot the great x idllC1 remedy iaI soon realized It- iauda life dfdMst for its wonderful cures tif the moat ouCressiiiK cases and is sol- duiitstntitsbvall KrdntxgistkhtAftycent aud OGe lDar ue- IratUcs You may have a sample bottle ik tmp9atbyinail free also a pamphlet telling yd how to 1in l out if you have kidney or Madder trouble Mention this paper when ritincrto Ir Kilmer CoB ng 1MbutDr Kilmers S l11nRuut awl the ml ire tiughamtoji S V out very bctUc mplerft dsChattanoogaPlosCultia 1 r i Jall kinds Harrows To c bacco Trans planters Grain Dritls etc POULTRY to on IM it EATEgLouIILL1 1i1l0Noit FARE FOR RDUNDIRIPRYRAILDRRIYER iffMAR Iclr3 P5P wr- ANDIIlSINAThO LIkdIUUIL BAND ntLXhibits ovfernmenPRESIDENT d A1tfamON ROOSEVELT WILL Z5roucip J LETS YOU THE EA BUTTOI L fiL SEE IT ALL tii + JNOU5TRJ3ArTA aTJTJEI f = 00aJ A Q QQCOOOOOOOOQ H jisIL Alf12Y I4 Most people know that if they have JfL been sick they need Scott J EmulIo Isbn to bring back health and strenj to IBut the strongest point about SqotT s f Emaljtion iis that you dont have to be o sick to get results froni it 2 ca It keepsup the thletes strenihputS fat on thini people makes a fretful baby happy t brings color to a pale girls cheeks ad pIJvents coughs colds and consumption i iIi Foodin concentratedt form for sick and Ct j well youri ahd old richand poor 4Illa a i Ca tAnd it contains no drugs and no alcoJwL ttALL DRUGGISTS SOc ANDtJo c 4HoHH4oHi5 I pioIt ATTENTION 1 v r i TS wlmb 1 givo to till Work broughtirjB and as a result Tftrn able to GUARANTEESATISFACflQItIt tors clock to mentj or wish your JEYESIGHT GonftECTKi bj IfI perfectly tttiod losses I am prepared to wlbonyou ft 0a J Qraves ij VMain Strposite resbvfcriaax5liurchT r tI KINWDSCOTRY forIYKIJIfWill Surely Slop That Cofiflfc Mak a IUdSMd IIddSrIh 1 g j ii- DEJMBIJRJbJ 1 I1DNT IT t rrEETH EXTRACTED 1tfQUT PAIN JWJlLBloclq upstaJrs- tJr PRINGF1E KY A14 Dental Work Strictl pFirstclass 71IrJ c MUDiJ citt Iud Surgeon gjOffice hours B to 9ttijii fS 1toprnD- ret CHftces over Haydons Drugsti itU fJI tamptonM ID l ir WttAtWJII Bwse o j q11ctrkePIeo MJfteiIece o3i 0 W TF GRIGSBY AORNEYATL-f Cpe over Peoples Bank t SPRINGFmrb X S BI RoBARDS M W EiTT fiBARDS HYATT fffsicitiis tnfl Snrgeons 1 vpffic 9ver C w Hag nJs groi C opposite Presbyterian J l church D5WwR r V pYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Havdon Robert 1CfPhones7 I Residence 172 JJfN Y WAVES EUEBALl uiKtCtOB ilO UCEN8EDEMBALMERf 1 n TELEPHONE rDAYl19 NIGHT 74qt SPfflGFIELn O Kauroad Scheduler tFo1ibigithe time schedulL- s I now Imfronthe BardstoWL And Springfield branch railroad No41Leays Louisville at DJM 502 ni dstown 552 pmp arrives at bpringneld 64opm No2Leaves Siringfiek1 at 630 rm i Bardstown 617 am Bards owa Junction 705 am r rrjves atLpuisyille 755 am No 4f ifeaves Louisville oar 7HO am Bardstown J auction 830 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm fHo44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bard town 230 pm Baras own JunDtiou 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pmflQ N ol 90 Sundays only Leaver I Bprin tield t715 am Bardb t wDl8 Bardstwn Tpnptiol j d45 mrriVeS ati LouIsville- sg35 mjT qNo 91 6undays onlyr Leaves Louisville at 6 pm tfardstown junctiob 650 pm Bardstowu 4 7Jflfarr1VeSt Springfield Ij 4 85rti 6 TTOcco ShlujjeS STe wishto state to our friends throughoutii the tobacco growing sections tat we are not connect 4 eldit ctly or mdirtctlyT with atf other warehouse or ware fcojisecompany tt e conduct a t Strictly Inde pledent Tobacco Warehouse Co missiotr Business and resT ffii1YilC r cPJl rna e tt IA 10 A BRIDGES Co Proprie tors Pickti Tobacco Warehouse Ldui tille LY408mc r v aRESHBREADIT z iRLOELS AND CAKES ked Daily Always good always fresh We hlive a Baker who is an ar taatiat making good things t jSii1lIvesg Bread for 25c 4 hrtliens Confectionery i c YKYrrT4 f L Crum Vermifuge HE MURANTEED WORM IEHEDYr J ws TMMHTC tONC f i iiyyii 1 pecpu tYMHardSoow Liniment CohI J T Louim MOJteoldhy Red Gross iDrug StpjeI T x WSLEADE I WANT NOTUER CARAD Ot rOULTflTI C e i I I will begin receiving SATUJRDAY and will pay the fol iowingI prices v v vvv VV VV V S V t v 4 V 4Ii v ht Hens 9 cents t0Itrkeys8 cents F j t I it f r fQId Roosters 3 cents vfvt Young Roosters 53c + eit h J vvv v fi V i J t Vi MI HP JONESThe Poufrry f Maji tjI t t 1119 4 4TOWN Local Happenings Interest 0 The Freshest and Latest jj AH About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances t1 Three nice mackerls for 25c Also white fish pi McElroy Shaders VRenew for 007 and get a good magazine ree IjTorthera seed potatoes for sale atllowest cash prices J- A Shader For Le fttdn supplies go to NrcEroY8bader They baFvea ulllineof the best Foil RENO TWo 70I soer YT Leachmaus storeEn uire of M L Searcy Wanted country hams bacon andjshoulders Highest market price paid at J A fcjbaders Our package mincemeat is a elleri iTwo full size pies for lOc t MeBlrby Shad r iete and we have only the best McEiroy Shader 1 Wanted Tenant to raise corn f and tobacpoyVrite or telephone atSnce Thos J Miller Thorton Waters who has been very ill with pneumonia is con valescing very satisfactorily FOR rniNTTwo rooms second oor of Peoples Bank building Heat light and water furnished y Buckwheat cakes and maple mak5 a good combination Weha the llour arid the syrup McElroy Shader Special prices on photo graphes and picture frames for the next 3o daYs E A COX Photographer Mrs Samuel Coulter of the Hillsboro rieighbo hood who has been very iill several weeks was taken to lr Robert Mc Ohords infirmary Monday for treatment SL itsIf you have trunks household goods or oilier articles to be r4nseed OU Will saV time ib driiy doiry by ca1iingont che Springfield Transfer Co Depqtwphone22v JL ALLEN Prop Born to Mr and Mrs J Booker Sirnsbury of Louipyille tDh Feb 20th twin boys both died iin a few hoprs after they were born Mrs SausburyH vas VlipsNanuie0J elJey daughter df Mr and Mrs Ed Kelley and formerly Jived here Mr R H McEiroy hasJjought of Mr G C Wharton his residence i on Walnut strgetat Sl GOO Mr McEiroy has moved with h18falJlilyin from the country itr Wharton and family are boarding at the Walton The management of the Oper Hotse has secured for nextt Friday night a high c1as enter tainment of Stereopticon Views and illustrated songs This entertainment is something but off the ordinary so dont tail to see it Seats on sale at the usuali place John Shuck McElroy Jr off this place is wioing honors at Central University Danville M1ioPics i I I where he is a first year studentI At the Washington Birthday Oratorical contest hewon second prize with an oratiOn entitled Does itpaThe ffirst prjze was won by a jniember of the Senior class Rev R E C Lawson and wife will arrive to night and will be with Mrs Hertlein until their hdusehold goods arrive Rev 3 Ldwson will preach first sermon as psstor of hiSJI day Presbyteriau church next j Quite a surprise wedding oc curred on last Saturday after noon February 23 1907 at the residence of ROY JA Simms pearWillisburg the contracting parties were Miss Sallie Boone of near Springfield and Mr C H Perkins of Willisburg The bride is a daughter of Mr Thomas Boone of near Valley TTilJLLThp orrnrVm io o crm rtrs 5 highly respected and enterprising farmer of thk Willisburg neighborhoodS reptDeboJ- 3radys sale last Thursday as being very wen attended Trie farm of 90 acresrfvvithdrawni nt 25 Sheep so1tlbllighi lOne sow and 0 pig brought 50 Corn sold for tfo cents bushel He also reports Bounty court last Monday as being the largest crowd for some time and lots of stock on the market 50 or 00 head stocJ hogs soling from 6f to 7i cents per pound Work mules from O to 175 per head Plug horses good prices any wherefrom 25 to 75 Plenty of second hand buggies and not much demand for them An important law suit in whichHon John W Lewis of thiS place was an attorney on the winning side was decided at Bardstown last week The anSO was R BEdelen Co agaiiist tV B Samuels and grew 6u of an option alleged 10 have been lheld by Edelen Co for the purchase of the big distillery plant of Samuels The court sustained a demurrer fifed by the defendants attorneys and the case was thus thrown out of court Hon Nat W Ilalstead was associated with Mr Lewi as attorney for the defendant IThe t remains of Scott Durham an account of whose death in California appeared in pur lust weeks lissue reached this pfncf Monday and were taken to Bethlehem rind burled on Taesl lay morning The fact that the body was slipped as Oharles Rchard tori in Iviaryiand caused some doubt to be fGltby relatives here as to the iidentity of the remains Theca ktt was opened however and several friends expressed it as then opinion tBatl the body was that of young Durham All doubts were later set at rest by the re ceiptby Mrs Charles ijrlldy his sister from africndjn Californiii givingfthe particulars of young Durhams death Jrhe oritorical contest given by the advance pupils yof the Graded School 3ttha Opera House last Friday night was a- very enjoyable affair It was the first appearance of each ton testant Jfor honors iJ a r dal before audience and it is only tbfttL1gachone Besides the literwy program the music furnfeli by the Marfdolin and Guitar Club WASa very enjoyable fSiifciit as alsotho solo rentlered by Miss Mary Haydon The quartet by Misses s Mary Hay don and Sue RAy aad ProP G W Colvin and jfcivrwf Med 1ley was well received by tibet audience Toe winners of thej medals were Mr Kttflit Bandy and Miss Hattie Itjce Mr Handy has a graceful msy do liiferyi that won the favor of the IlhejrtMt1alrenIj close call for tile first jbonor as the work eft Han y Shflta receiv eel warm applause from all idr esj rhis was Mr Sbulttf Iftft bcfurean audience unA He cer tainly acquitted himeilf with otbsrponttiits ell s The judges werctAR Ai McEiroy ChaclecMcCbond an John Polin A real etato detiklesi t ble iimportance wai p Hotel properly owne4 Vlf Ja fSI Tobin and E C BcteSffc jww acI lttirtl by Rev P F ifRDCssy In the transaction Faifcer Hda necy puts in a hum owned by nIhillS r nIi taken n aLa r valuattfrba of 10500 Mr Tobin also dlsptawe of an Ii interest io 100 acresoL Und near M Mooresville to Mr Boblitt Mr To bin becomes flbe sole owner ort e Nelf oncowit farm 11estatel 11 M1LB6bhittst 101 Yoars The oldest pelIIIW hl inKton county riiJP8rlNP tlie old st in this piutof the btato died at the home of Mrs William Ctamer near EoIin on Feb J9th Mrs MaaJa Hirtlm was born thiaOconnty October 10th lO5aud stcttsaqmnLly JO years Iourtho4C l nipe days old VAtinJ jtsJ Vt at Rbe was caihd wt6h ftilfl hM lived 1Jor her life iin this county In the saioa neighborhood her maide oatoe was Shumate andshe WM marriedl C iiever411cbHiJ t t this county both of jrtiom rct old people are fiWI bialjt OIdlIndyf ago very actloot dppf htJ t age and except for bet ejightw- hich was fail IUK 1jjoaessed aUI oCher faculties Sbe did not poeess ailT propery and had been a pensioner on tpiE QCwntj cur seoraI yea i t r Died r After JwelYa diys of illness uelJrtedltis 17 1873 and died eb6 J07 fI She posessed religion pt the age ockbridgejtiaptist t fameslsham liWFk1bridgburial The funeaal services vne c nducted by Lid J A Sna faLf sas perfectly wtIlI gi =to die her words were Jesus ji3 waiting adfid fOlall to meet t her in ELLen She leaves a parentsfoureli to 1D9Crt1 thic Joss Blesse1 are the iad tht di in thr Lord M D iJiIDied at Mooresville Mr Thomas Moore an old and respected cttisen of tthe Moores viUe neighborhood died sndjien lv at lila home on Tuesday of heart diM 9e The deceased was Kboci 75 yearsTof age an4 bad been a reid nt of tho count all of te IlteUlleaves be siis lite wile two grown sons Messrs Sccnd Sam Moore wbo are prosperoos farmers of the tJatp3 neiJ bfe rhood The fun end took place st Mt Zionon yesterdaysferuooriFCLAL f 4 Mitseet Msrgrsi Edlen amati It I trxar 4 Noe spent Wed n fltight w rif Jt kM VHZfRM WhIMis i aare Eedding Stsatordaf and Su dykwith MrI larry Bftiwrft of Lebanon I Mrs A G H f and children Lre vistLiPt1rerdsi and Val 7 Mr and Mrs S A R sseliSt f LebUM ai were in lOP one lay last wkM- iwegE4ur Shehan and iva laugbert of BJoomSeld are isitinMrt Let- MrsfiO Brown VsArdle1s tIi lug bet dsmsghiet Mrs Eifh loeMr JPieapont Smllli-JJ In LebsRM1 I1torhmtlrti f X Jltrttefeown JacWoai Ire OetWe Oonlcy lbatr turned tP her home in BartlttQvX altera iteft toMr JT MeCae apd famIly M r Petrt Marks llha roiwrned to LouiivHteTifier a short pttt l to his preaHre Mr Sjil ftfittr RosieU Jrof Lebanot win in town Totwdt f- M iss Sfeotte Wakeelaof Mauduhf town cmffi 1y last wtajt Mes T A Joh son and tVugnfiii 0tfevwtr In Lebanon Wedoesiiry Mtas TAll VuErsdle reUrsed- to her borne nfc Beeoblaitd after vUit k Mabel PrICei MrH tti7 Wells of LooWittef ieherebrafew days Mfr0 0r tcCartj hs returned Here after R visit 4o rel itiv sJitt Cfcpiteellibi i Mrir A Si lini of Barc Lowim siit iJUDdftir here ant- iti acoonjpinted home bf his wile s hitlren wA1been vip1tltg Mi n ftyan- sriy t jsp Reltd Rgts- Mgakrn and AtIdie Wst1we of- fii have ienirned hoene iftmFar visit iiv the W a Iiaar JtsH OtftJ who b tbet 1 rl 4ot the k- bli weeks iis reported tvnoh ber Jfeol Walter Hume spent 3u tlay MMac yille I Misses Ethel McCladrey and brother dooker of 13 tooid field Lre visiting the Misses Browns Itir Louis Hughes of Bloom fle14was here Monday to see his sister Mrs w W Hay C B Jefferie of Louisville is attendfng court here this wse1 J a L Its Worth v Jiitraveling a long distance have your teeth extracted ffO Itithouti f ik All work guaranteed J t t jjtG CRtJME r DD s iSliaidtowq Xt E Je 8 36 3EJMr Go D Duncito te In tin ciunati this wek buying spring t gbpdSnVtbe firm tff Cunrl- nghamDane Mrs J B BoBad rptornf 3TtsHay from Butgtnf wHcrtsh viafted her parentstcUweeke 3 r MrVT Leakzitu made a bcsiness trip to Cmctntfati laeC Jl week 7I1 2 3Mrsgenia PAWO ami f fr H wry 16to1of Let i wepi fToeRte i1 Sun1Ft Ljs Lsiflia vitdi- k 11 f of Jest eelrl Mr crLand rif ut peofe lla ft ThHrs atto isfille on business v 1JaAk McOhord QUDsnvihle3 Central University ud I bert Mayes o the fekt College Lexington spent ifrv latter par t of list week lire Withi their Iparents 3Miss Margie B nt r tnrued Iroin Lexington Suday where spe visited hr slter evral 1 weekL jurdRYvIsltiing ilatvst MteeEfldie Shwlgiis in Lou ieVfUe this week 5 r Mr Albert trtktbaa aorepted a position ia a rjHrokd oIiin 3 Giucinnati jttid l lap etoday Hii wife iwtl bmby will loUw F gLe- TowisLhe Stiujje4eure in 3digestion And stomach troubles Swith Miona tUjmach tabtets No distress or mts ry from over eating wJjeA you He Miona ISoHlby the Red Cross Drug- Store Jr V 1S tJo tt BowlingI rX c I TbfohI6wlng VtajiLin bowled arnl deetited1Ltls4qn all three games lMt FrjA jilhtl Wii Robertson BIJ pi Spith Will B f8il tRJJ jDojc stud OHirHrfl JRober fe TSfe same tWm ill probably go to Leb npii tt mfbt Thursday to bowl the local team of thai aty vvBarrf Reed weft the boxofcixitijfc fur the highest acoi bowLt net week 1 F8CRIUI iimd Rnc Taka yriipItdifeatlOlladdon the liver and bowele without ir riiftliiig tfiamc organl Orine Tvaxa Uvp Fruit jrnp efiree bilipueqess and habitnt coastipAUo 6a nol napco tate or ripe and ieI mAd aiHlpkfas JtrieIIOhftsa Sanboutus coffee still leads Special prices in 50 poijnd lots McEiroy fchader soh gpnts I J 1sFew Items r Which we will let go for the MIS1J411 lIi r at Special l Bargain Prices ti iiititlAfeWIBuggy Robes tI A Few comfortsr and BlankeipsI li fit Afew Overcoats v g9 t A Few Odd Pantst Ssand Some Ladies Skirts or Te arbcleswillI be sold at arid below cost for cash i +X 7 Tthco Canvass rr WVf from 3 cents to 5 cents per yard j j t GfiUBY McINTIREi i 4 i4ivw iVi6t Widi l4 ii1Iij j lj l 1i1 V iH The Roberfsonf LL- Uibrooke i CaJEk ViAre offering some bargains noworiall I L b Winter IQthirig tt E f hWe are offering reduced priceson LAtk J L L solidfor150 7 2 ti Our aprfrfg The of WAISTS and SKIRTS are Jpeautiesu Ask to seeIthem E WALL PAFEK We have just gone through our WALL PAPER fVSTOCK and find that we hvea great many odds and end These we have bundled together in lots of 10 or 12bolts and offering each lot for 15c JSnpugh to paper your kitchen screen etc adj for 15c fCv Remember this is the time for fZ jtf11obacco OanvasfErt J Cometoseeus Jii f The RobortsollClaybrooke Co INlORt oR TBD it f f f f f f t f t tm E 1ifiicvi f11e atrof Qadtistvencss1 that distinctive touch as c much detedmn our Diamond Brand drcsS shoes is not I there by accident i Diamond Brawd styles are designed by an officer of this Company O bas 1rOn his jpuis as a master of footwear 1 construcgon mf Morcr JDitmopd B dDessShoeS arc matH by i the beet paid hoew6ifotien of the highest grade leathers t they lit faultleosly gupunder the arch bdluti llyWADd hold their shape SktelWENW vcAEiEsm2i nWOT12 JNTllCII Vf D MOND GRUESOME ODYeTft f1 iThs tcao efU1 AI fi hA a N fro Murderer i ii Rcalkd- VTjpCTiiicleRafein Bardstown Standard ii r beJatl and most important irlmilI execution of which I iWAS Au1 eyewitneSS was at the jmiMtfBf of Minor Alfred who warn haDe in Washington county iiii small valley just upon the oppoeIteside of the pike and ijJSfet in tront of the FaT4 Groiriiii ot efirst day of V ilajr 1874 Minor Alfred was a Inia edicaed by Dr Alfred his vjc tip However that may be it is it known that Minor always 1h iiL the Doctor and up to the time of the Doctors second mar risge was one of his trusted ahi4s Fra ifthe evidecce se cured at the trjal of Minor forth warder of hia benefactor it wju llJ1 d that an illict love tt hfi sprung up between Minor andl the Doctors wife and from I that love there entered into the let1 removal of one of the greatest pbtUcles to their guilty love Cp i ltatioos were frequently held aDd plans proposed but U seeiefcd at death would only liberate the woman so after 4matare deliberation it was agreed that the wife w uld call the Doc tor out in the ball of their home and IE hat hall Minor could setti tie all accounts As agreed flp om the woman did call her hus band and told him that Minor wished to see him in the hall It was thin midnight The un suspecting old doctor came ont andl is he turned to look dow the nail the negro stepped from behind the door and with ax ini hand dell a terrible blow on the i back of the head causing almost instant death He then rifled hfe pocket securing nearly thousand dollars dragged the oi liteless body down the steps x lead ng to the front gate where he left it and fled from the State There was considerable excitement all over the count a when it was found that Dr Al l fred had been foully murdered There wgsa general hunt for the located he was in Pnsy1vania- After a time he was captured t brought back to Springfied tried and convicted sentenced and hung That was one of the most hotly contested cases that ever came up in Washington countys Courthouse The trial was a long one listing nearly the entire term off pourt All the leading lawyers of Washington and adjoining counties were engaged upon one k side or the other The ComI imoawealth was represented by Phiit Thompson Commonwealths Attorney and if I am not misJ taken JudfireJ CWjckliffe of aB irdstown presided at the trialtt I Upon the day of execution hett was told that the hour for his de parture from the jail to the scaf fold had arrived Be came fors ward smiling and never at any time seemed to believe ne would hang but marched to the wagon t r with steady steps surrounded by a guarciof seventy or eightss heavily irmed men Taking his f seat upon his coffin with a black robed priest beside him he was t conveyed to the scene of thea fipdsct Around the scaffoldj V a scaffold made upon the modern dptan a drop door in the center aato which was at ached a rope a stout hemp cord that was so soon tube tested as to its Igepgth to fullfill its part in the awindj t jtthiwasa rope fence so t- eeakuonthe outside of which 0 A octors l Mddicinei Ayers Cherry Pectoral is not a staple couch syrup Itjsa crf medicine a doctors Kdicisc It cures hard cases s rcre sad desperate cases 57 chronic cases of asthma pleu diY bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this Of l Mt kfaMl a MeuolalprJIU for err sixty 7 nthI r loI aiipu t i SlMpLLA IIi NLLL 7 l 1 M 1INCo acwI1 r leftiNi rI 71ty tqtill attfJL1 I j w vi Four Chapters In the Thaw Tragedy II HEN Thaw left college his real career began to take shape The cigarette period bad merely dicated Its trend He was then a grown young man Apron strings no longer restrained him If they ever did- Conventional traditions of domestic or scholastic de cency were In THE lAms BEAUTY force no longer DINNER Harry Thaw was freefree with 80000 a year 210 a day to spend more than half as much again as the president of the UnItedStates receives And he was just starting in life Here was a youth who never since his birth had earned a cent Every ClAsnnacopper tin had spent lied come tft him from the labor of others It was easy moneyeasy come easy gone Charles Reade once wrote a novel called Put Yourself In His Place The theme was the same as the subject Harry Thaw seems to have conceived quite early In his life that his mission was to spend the money provided by his father The world was beautiful It was fall of opportunities for sensual enjoyment So far as Intellectual enjoyment was concerned Harry Thaw knew nothing He bad been educated only in the senses He proposed to get what he considered was coming to him and what he had the money to pay for So he setout to get it Thaw M tile Great WhIte Way Plttsburg Is a Jive town but It wasnt swift enough foV Thaw In New York there Is a region known as the Great White Way It has multitudinous lights large illuminations flare and blare It is not only luminous but It Is loud Mostly veneered folk walk thereon The veneer Is of vlc It Is gilded vice to be sure bnt no less vice Some stray into the Great White Way through curiosity Justs to see It and go home and tell about It with lifti mostIpart men women tendlngly They like It They love tq be swallowed up In its ribaldry and revelry nThaw Invaded theGreat White Way which consists of cnfes where the wine flows not freely but at so much per pints and where the chorus girl flour llshesOJl night high with hilarity THE- n Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Spring of 1907 a largfe line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape VinesAsparagus Shrubs berry an4 General Catalogues on application to V E F Hillenmeyer Sons was placed the guards and no tlone was allowed toenter the enclosure save the Sheriff the prisoner with his religous ad fvisers and a few newspaper re porters When the wagon ar rived Atiror4was told to get out without a visible tremor tie alighted and ascended the steps of the scaffold He gazed around at the immense crowd of people hoping as it seemed to see that body of men who were to lake him from the cutchqs of the law even at that late hour Alas Minor your doom Is- sealed andyour last prayer is aid For the first time since bisArrest be began to show signs of weakening Looking upward and almost touching his bare head he sees that fatal noose and Your Uncle Rafe who was sawIfor ihe first time his countenance change his dark skin turned for moment to a slight tan his eyes showed the despair of his aIvisible trembling The Sheriff sked him if he wished to say anything before the sentence be carried out and he answered NoBe stepped upon the trap door Ihe black cap was- djusted the rope was cut arjd one more scul launched into the unknown future WANTED By a prominent monthly magazine with large highclass circulation local representative to look after renews and increase subscription list Springfield and vicinity on a salary basis with a continuipg interest from year to year in the business created Experience desirable but not essential Good opportunity for the right person Address Publisher box Station O New York A Jiquld cold relief with a laxative inciple which drives out the cold rough a copious action of the bowels and a healingprinciple whch lingers in the throat and stops cough that is Kennedys theII ugh Syrup Safe and sure hi tion pleasant to take and conforms LawlContatnsn theadI Chapter ItThaw the Gilded Youth Apron Strings Cut and Free at LastBoyWho Had Never Earned a Cent With Two Hundred and Nineteen Dollars a Day to BlowHe Invades the Great Vhlte Way Thrashes Ushers and Breaks a Window With an Autorhobile He Gives a Fifty Thousand Dollar Beauty D1nnerHe Meets Evelyn Nesbit Thaw walked through a plate glass window in the Imperial hotel cafe The glass cost money but ThaW paid It No arteries being cut the matter did not become Immediately public Then be ran amuck In a resort known as the Garrick fell upon a negro porter and beat him till he howled and other wise disported himself not according to convention He gave an assumed name when the police arrested him and his money got him out of the scrape Mails For Thraskiaf People Thaw seems always to have had a propensity for thrashing people who came In path It was a sort of mania with him At Webers Music ball he thrash ed several usb era who no doubt were withheld from thrashing him because of the awe of money which paralyzes the ignorant Then he hired a cab and thrashed the cabman Hav JIE FELL A tog disposed of NEGRO PORTER cabby Thaw drove the horse up the front steps qf an excusIve club and went inside He was ejected Thaw next drove his automobile through a plate glass window This cost him the price qf the window but accor4lng to his code the fun wfarthi the prfce U Is related also that be espoused pokpr the presumably fa vorite game of the Missourlan and lost 40000 at one sitting IThe NotorloiB Beaaty DiRer Then Thaw wepit toEurope Amer lea was too tame for him He was nearly thirty years old and blase Par Is appeared to hold further exhilara tion He became a boulevardier A boulevardler Is a high roller He moved rapidly hitting only tie hltli places In spots Electricity For Railroads The Pennsylvania Railroad company evidently has Decided upon electrically equipping all its lines says the Newark N J Morning Star It Is now said that the company Is about to equip the great stretch of main line between Philadelphia and Pittsburg with electricity A beginning has been made In electrical construction In the companys south Jersey system find It may not be long before electricity will bathe motive power between Pbilu be largely generated by water power There Is much valuable water power unused In New Jersey and wherever a plapt can be favorably established for economical production of electric Ity the railroad engineers will take advantage of It What the railroad companies are doing In the way of So curing this power will be known only wben the power Is secured Snake Bite Lancet According to Consul General WIT Michael of Calcutta lancet Invented by Sir Lauder Brunton called the snake bite lancet has been Intro duced In India with splendid results It Is being widely distributed by the authorities to police outposts In Ben gal and Assam the feentral provinces and united province and also to all village officials by same of the native states In upper and central India A report by one person is to the effect J that he bad saved the lives of twenty persons bltt n6y cobras and karalts within the last year by the use of one llancet The use of this simple Instru ment may be the means of saving thousands of lives annually in India ndbencewill prove a great blessing Purple Clothes For Men The London tailoring Journal Mens Wear says that purple will be the ash ionable color for mens holiday nnd lounging suits this summer Only the rich the paper says can wear the Nothing because the life of such a suit is liiiIotlifaderho Coming Utopia The Oklahoma constitution also tyars nut all trusts and monopolies HereIlays the Baltimore Herald must heIthe coming Utopia weve heard no touch about The first thing Thaw did In Paris to give himself International notoriety was to preside at a beauty dinner costing him about 50000 at which Cleo de Merode the lady with the peculiar style ofJialr was the star guest AU tile other guests were women and the most beautiful women in Par is according to the estimate of the boulevards- Thaw presented each of his t est8at this dinner with costly Jewels There was a French count ess who expressed love for Thaw She seemed mad DROVE HIS AUTO in over him She TO A WINDOW threatened to throw herself into the Seine regardless of the sewage Thaw pacified her by offering her a submarine boat The submarine boat of course would take Tier down more quickly than Thaw himself So she was satisfied Penniless noblemen sought Thaw One of them was the young Enrl ot Yarmouth Thaw conceived the no tion that It would be a fine thing tq have an earl for a hrotheruHaw Sq he brought young Yarmouth back with him and Introduced the sprig of nobil ity tq his sister In Plttsburg Miss Thaw became the Countess of Yar mouth He Meets Evelyn Nesbit Thaw returned to the Great White Way for a time He gave a beauty dinner nla Paris This was a sensa tion for New York It Is said to have cost Thaw nearly a years In m9In Now York there was no Cleo do Me rode for chief guest Hut there was an other young woman an American and a rittsburger at that who was Just as good Her name was Florence Evelyn Nesbit At that period she was called Florence Nesbit This girl viit the hostess at the Thaw beauty dinner lu York HUNTS FOR FARMERS Scours ii Pigs Young plga kept In damp dark dlrtj polls are more sutv flblu to this dlS ease than If kept in clean pens and loW d plenty of e rue pure air and suiuhlhe Sconrri Ij often caused within the first few days after birth bj the feverish condition of the mothei ure tIn the character of the milk Fermented foods slops moldy corn etc when fed to the sow will ziis caysc her to give toxic milk Chilly lump weather getting out In the wot lug uu ujuM iruiiuuiiL causus eouii outbreaks flee to be due to a gerni as Is the case In calves and lambs Scours being a disease due largely to bad dietetics and hygiene the preven tire treatment Is of more Importance than the medicinal This consists In correcting errors In feeding and in care At the time of farrowing the sow should le fed n light easily digest ed ration the pen kept clean arid dry find the pigs allowed plenty of exercise anti pure air If the scours Is duo to a feverish condition of the mother or to Irritating food she should bo glvoii two or three ounces of castor oil To fewdropst the tongue or a largo dose from ono halt to one tablesjxonful administered to the sow This should be repeated It necessary Wl K Gilbert In Chicago Inter Ocean ApplesI ate IntelestingInformation of the different varieties of apples As In the case of peurs the Xowtown Pippin apple which usually regard orlgl1nnted iuiaptatlOnmuch more wldelylgrown than the pear and the production of new varie ties from seed was very common rn til very recently however the vane ties were usually the result of chatter The Baldwin which was found jtileastern Massachusetts In 1742 took Its firfltbr01lghtNorthern Hpy originating rican RocheH ter N 1ooutt8OO the Roxbury Rusnett the Jonathan and In short most of the older commercial varieties came about In this way Womens Pains I BeulahRowleypainslhadsufferedI years every I would betunconscious for 12 hours at a stretch I did rtvf lnmr t il painentirelYjlII women suffering with painful periods to use Carcluj rn4 be relieved It doe tindtoningheatthItP9e female remedy with a record of 70 years ofFUE i ADVICEsuccessnyouryouWedAddress Ladles Advisory partment The Chitt noor Medicine Co Cbatu Why not you Try it noozaTenn 1 Sold by Every Druggist in 100 Bottles I = W1NECARDUl o t I DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE BY B ID IAKEReal Estate and Insurance Springfield Ky 4 springfieldbarn plenty tobacco land good water Close to school house and church Price 40 per acre- No4 255 acres three good barns two dwemngs plenty of grass Ad- ot the farm ready for the plow Price SCO per acre No 5 107 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 No 9i 65 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced N610 los acres sven miles from Springfield 15 acres good tim goodbarnlargedwellingon railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12 The most desirable house InlSpringfield Well located o16 196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 goQd stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30No 18 174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one ooi six room dwelling on good pike 31 miles from depot one jnile from school and church ulldingsijfence Pric e 832 goodtimbertwo tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cbW house two tenant bouses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard aU kinds of fruit large and ethall lee honse carriage hoase all outbuildings new Price t50 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 Springfield Price 1000 No 22 121 acres 7milei from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of Water Price 15 per acre No 23 139 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half 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 refalr 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn crib Ice louse hen house meat house cabin 25r acres of bottom land fence in good repair Price 60 p0r acre No 25 248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 robm dwelling good 1cellar well In yard good cistern at- barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under r pining laid in cement water in every field all year fine set ofjgrass 35 acres of com this year No 27 701 acres 0 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen house smok house No 28 160 acres 3M miles from Springfield on good road M mile from pike plenty of tobacco land well easypayments countyon roombrickat barn loft that will hold 20 tons of Intimothyall rest of farm in grass brick tenant house gralnery 2 story painted ma chine huse30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson county Price 60 per acre AU limestone land No 35 223 acres fine land in theedge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber CheapNoroomdwelling buggyantiyard Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 fromSpringfield dwellingilnestocic l Pentystock I No 102 Ji acres good four room acrestobacco ner plenty OJ water ootn StOCK ana domestic good fence line tobacco land 71 miles from Springfield close tto school and church Price 130 per acre No 40 Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and outbuildings fine well In yard alI No 41 220 acres seven milesfrom Springfield eight miles from Lebanon dwellingbuiltNever falling spring in yard mI ard1Plentyand all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters of amife from school and church Price 45 per acre easy payment No 45 464 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small gtodbarnlocal posts Price per acre f30 No 46 97 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of fine timber small house stock barn well watered fine tobaccoland good fence price 3750 per acre No 47 76 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one ten acre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty ot tobacco land 18 acres of clover Price 2000 No 49 A farm containing 254 acres eight miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling seven acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good stook barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3OC per acre fromSpringfield plentytobaccoorchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from depot 50per acre fromBloomfieldCooneynecktohaccogrowlngpart twentyfivegrasstineroutePricel No 52 135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres fine tobacco land onehalf mile from moneydownyears Price 24 per acre cltyproperty andCovingtonSeveral propertyfield Ive got it at any price fromSprinrlleldbarn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty thebestWholefarmfromSpringfteldChurch anti school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn new stock barn Price 40 per acre trroOZdwelling acresfineposts 31perfromSpringfield acretobaccomeathouse landdose30 per acre fromSpringfiddr acretobaccoorchard plenty of fruit plenty of locust posts tine water 100 acres of landPricefromSpringfieldroom dwellingI 8 acre tobacco barn bughouse75 acres of tobacco land dwelllngLobacco ii sometimberwaterrdmiIefromper 5i countyi acresftobacco550 per acre TIm FOR ONE I ifollowingi subscribers For Two iyDollars 4 We will send The NEWSLEADER The DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALDhol E DUR COUNTRY the fine new Magazine burst when goods t and ALLFORONE YEAR r mnn 1 men water Feand JoThismInourgreatly c solid E1L Davisoni JJr1 RlbJumexorcise oieSPRINQ1fEth 1fr E AgEmE k i E1Ti moMeaieMaawjacwtr s iMt antiDakulaahliqujser LIJM1BER LATHS SHINGLSj I SASH L DOORS vBbJNDS I We handlel the cell rateli 4t p kMiX IGnel Coal Crint Be Bfeafc We sre sole agents for iACME CEMENT PLASTERtYI Ii a The Best D Earth tS Prices Bifhi 4 OftlceandYards = Doctor and Railroad Streets SprJiltlJKT i 8fH I I II 0 A GOOD DOCTO willrecommnd r BALLARD tIOREItUNIJ SYRUP Every ccwgh weakens the IVBH JiiWirifliifrvitality breaks flown the tissues MleiMi ritgerm Ibrds tksbud Spr will eEs the cough and strengthen the systa 7 Children Like It f Stanbeny Mo writes uIfc Te Horehdund Syrup and find It aYarj for cough arid colds and In fact allIit c rrheYery pleasant to take and we hare ae the children to tafcb It I JftIM that cough develops Into a more dak Save yourself and children naey sick a long and healthylife IfPIJRES COUGHS COLDS soe uftjosf il BRONCHmsIIOARSENES5JWIfOOPINOCOUORAND QstlckPleasant to 25c Soc fld1OO te Take Ballard Snow Liniment Co 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold ndR com meqded by Red Cross Drug Store 71br ThflereflCTeS t11n For the Stock on the Form Sloars JArt1meM i r Is awhole inedicin chest Price 25c 5O6 6 100 Send For Free BooklonHQr C6 imiry Address DK Earl S Slofen Bost6n Mu rLouiSiill isBlol1jjikTIb- SdMnsiiwssss aDllhtllfMtu =1iktMboUIted evwsIgamjmIIAimPtL UnWaLEADINGNC1ALI1IOOL 1neId5I ar IGUMBERUNDOU11IA Long dlatano Urj find ttUpHtnti of this Company enaliJe you to tlUk aimort IndMUtliIllinois m and Louisiana We can but you quick- and satisfactory Ciawmunloatfatt with tis rstNtoflTqth7iaouMryWslLcltyour able KqtripnMnts and faoitftis wnr- ascsd 11rniriie worKing III u nuge vafat tile Menantlco bleach and de works at MlllvUle N J Leon Croslln was kor y and probably fatally scalded slin bed crawled thromgh tbe Man e Into the vat to arranfle SOBM pivparatory to steaming thea a valve in ORe of the large pipes and a stream of bolllag water Steam fell upon him The young gave one scream and then lest consciousness Before his fellow wOrk could stop the flow of scattteff he was literally parboiled LIT Tead IN LRasp et cJhn Savage of Back Hill Md a er In the Enterprlee oalae WM astonished when IB breaking a lump of coall he saw a live toad p out and hop around lila feet TiM In which the toad was cotoe4 nol large enough to penal say on his part It Ia supposed the CbIMa ceaturles ago dmrhtoxtf a In UM ir wM and wtoMisg essl IItUte pt4 r sw IOOOOOOOGIt IIu the tiss4smt tr= ey iido THOROUGH work and JMII in 11W oiiii5SUDTIYE COIII11If r ser ass senstIpatle ss tiq aea ss HGafia yjSIi oDwnT arJ bfRXi Cr0M Pric 8 orb