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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 7 E l1tBll5YEDII Iip- 1 I 1N1883J JC It ttjEW lEWES YOL XIV = NO 10 SPRINGFIELD WWASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 1907 SIo tar IF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTv Office over Haydon Barber JVpfcl work trasonab1eprices ill 1fOIkalntee lPtnrGFIELD KYofI DRECTORY IrUP jafIILD county seat of frjjjifaijl Cotnty S2 miles south l iiPIftoI1 t59 ruilcsjrOm iQmtoTitlT on Bardstpwi branch ot LMiirrinVattd Nashville lailrodjin atamitt aid arricttltsral district b epji lUteleJraphand telephone MSSLP QUce flour mills lumber Ipotatioa1100 population of- sisMy 15WI Btpr ctatiYe ia Congress Hon D i aitk i B4genville Ky Jtfu tatire iaKeutucky Legis I tiii Jha WD Claybrooke 3pcctativC State Senate Hon Icry La e terLebanon KY ety DIrectOry ciRCUIT COURT CCreiiit Cokrt begins on the fourth Mfkiar February May md Oct bir I Tfcurmaa Judge jLL Durham Commonwealth At IeypJtfbt AN e Clerk fa G LiscbiV Master Commlas i QUATE COURT dttatterIy Court is held on the third Iidayiaeack month lr fcitsey JudgeI COUNTY COURT OumtyCuilrt meets on the fourth ife4ay ech mouth t JJL liitseyp Judge v w F Booker County Clerk T 8 Maye County Attorney Ci ore Catljett Jailer1 SMtty Q bjjurne Sheriff SAM Amderfcon aB Powell to 1 HerttctEddkaanj Depntiet X4Materg JF Moore County Surveyor r It P OBryan Assessor W vT Miteheli Deputy Xekert Noe Treasurer j 1XittntgomeryOQroDet 1 Bush Supt of COmmon hkiIII P O Springfield iHCITYCOURT 2ae R Noe Police Judge dltaijokm Grace Marshal l IW FGrlgsbY CityAttorney JUSTICBCOURT r Jitice Courts are held in January Apd1JalT awlOctober Shurch Directoryv METHODIST CHURCH Jter G W fcyon Pastor Ser tricwomtbe First and Third Sundays 1 leacluElonthatlla m and 730 pm Smmiay flchool every Sunday at 10 am 4d Prayer m eHiJg every Wednesday aicltt1 v CATHOLICiCHURCH JteTP Hennessav Pastor Ser 8 and 10 oclock Tic Tery Sunday at a Services at StRose same hours t t tICHRISTIAN CHURCH teyW TWalden Pastor Servi Ad every Sunday c FRBSBYTEEIAN OHtRCH Rv R E C Lawson Pastor 41 PrwwilBiT every Sunday at 11 am- tEJ i 7 pm Sunday school every S mi y t 10 sin Prayer meetin a yry7JI1i1r day evening at 7 oclock a BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Willis HB Past preaching every Sunday at 1t am md 7H6 pm Sunday School every uaday at 930 am Prayer meeting errT Tuesday evening 745 oclock FraUrnal Ordersf MASOWIC LODGE Springfleidlodjje Jo ss meets first and third Monday el ack month WaskimfftonR A Chapter No S7 aeti every second Tuesday Sprijefield Council Ho meetson Tcrriourth KKIGHTS of Monday THE MACAaEKs Meet 4 mf r each mo JOLEYS r HflEY ANn TAR The iripal LAXATIVE SMh rell1edy 7 r MMffhs tcMt t throat and lung tI Mh Jfo opiate Nonalcoholic loreverybody Sold everywhere n aIRPDUE1TS HONEY and TAk isaa ayeRef use substitutes t byPsisyFr ale fRed CrossDruglStore r v r w w r I THE NEWS LEI DEJi I YM1 l I f wwOOil aiK SrtW ja i OOiriifiii 2 IfROUNJI Of lAtH 1 SJW WCOC MMM OO CMM MOO Go Long Mr Winter Ohl you go long Mister Winter with yourfreezin vrtnSan1 snow We are tiredo your Visit dont you r think you ouffht to go Aintyou had enough o blizzards aiiti you had enough o o- lAtyougot enough o freezin o IWefojfi 4he lakes an streams to thaw Asittin round all bundled up like some ol Eskimo Oh you clear out Mister Winter with y6ur stormy days anj siffhs4 We aredVeamin o1 tlieLgjqry o the spring aji summer skies t We arethinkin o the flowers an the meadows all alight All without the sere o autumns or the touoho Winters blight rSo you creep away 01 fellow take away your sleet and snow We are tired q your visit ont 3ou think you ought to go S 0111jOIgo way Blister Winter with your days so black an cal Get wa3 tack into the mountains in the dark climes o the Pole 7 We are dreamin o the sunshine an- tiebIrds enChantin layI We are thinkin othe roses an the lilies o the May We are dceamin o the vilits an the merry laughin eyes Cant you slip away fellow with your stormy da3Sahi sighs We can almost hear the twitter an the merry songs o birds Cominfrom the scented hedges sweeter far titan human words We can llnostsee the daisies r thatll peep up from the ground An the dogXypod all abloomin with the bees abuzzin round We can almost scent the1 fragrance 0 the jessamine in bloom So you breeyff now ol fellow rloomJM R SMITH J tr1 HE DANGER It appears tQ us that the greatest dan ger that threatens the success of the tobacco pool which is being conducted by the American Society of Equity is not so much the atrtagonfcism 6T the trust nor the flack of loyalty of the growers Taut rather tne greed of the farmers themselves which will lead to overproduction To judge from the preparations in this county being made by the farmers there will ber great in crease in the acreage planted tins year With the promise of high prices every farmer will endeavor to grow an increased crop Farm labor is getting scarcer every year and the con sequence will be that there will be more tobacco planted than can be properly taken care olT An oversupply of low grade tobacco will eventually break up the strongest pool ever formed After all a market has to be found for this tobacco and some of it is unfy for use no one will buy it It seems to that instead of urging thpu tobacco growers pledge asruany acres as he will it would be much better to solicit each one to bledgex his entire crop but to imit that crop to a reasonable number of acres certainly not more than he can cultivate and house to good advantage The result will be a higher grade of tobacco which will be a powerful aid to the pool in forcing higher prices 2 tIi fr HE PROPER MAN There are many nice things b ing said about Hon John W Lewis since his name has been mention ed in connection with the gub ernatorial nomination for the Republicans W H Venable writing jn the Louisville Herald last weak says 9I have jjust re turned from a tourof the State as an evangelist and I was greatly sufprised to hear So mt uy favdrable things spoken of th Hon Johu W Lewis of Springfield Washington county ID connection with the coming Gubernatorial contest There seems to be a very fayqVable sentiment generally for him aBa safe and soocd man to tie to just at this tithe I never heard him spoken of being allied to any of the opposing factions They loo c upon him as a clean man with a unsullied record and a broadmindSd Christian gen tl map I believe him to be the proper man to carry the great Republican standard and that his high moral influence wilt bring the warring factions to ether and lead the host to I victory it EEtTNG It ttakes a long I factionaljfeel a community by a bitterpolitical I campaign or a contest over the local option question such a took place in this county last summer or such as is on hndI now in Lebanon This was made plain in circuit court here last week There were a number of cases tried on indictments against saloon keepers for ale leged violations ofHhe law in the course of their business The trials were by jury and In nearly every case there was a hung jury except in a few where the eyidence wis weak and an ac quital was the result These jurymenare all honest conscientious citizens but they had alll recently voted and taken sides on this local cption question and they had a leaning either for one side or the other and as it was impossible to get twelve men without finding a few stub born ones the hung jury was the result We notice a similar result with a case tried in Leba non the other day in which a saloon man was tried on the charge of selling liqucr to a minor Ofti too stingy to subscribe for a county paper andtwho is contin uaily borrowing that of his neighbor but according to a com plaint which comes from one ofI our rural subscribers there is a fellow abroad who for pure un adulterated gall has the aforesaid cheeky one beaten a mile Our subscriber has a free rural mail delivery box on one of the coun tv routes and lives about a quar ter of a mile from the road and out of sight of the box He takes the NewsLeader antI expects it regularly every Thursday For a time all went well He would find the paper in his box regu larly In some way however the lock on the box became broken and since then he has had trouble in getting Ins mail on time He says that he has frequently of late found his paper in the box several days after ite publication and bearing every evidence having been handled and read bysome onei vho had borrowed it and having absorbed its contents had quietly returned the paper to the box Our friend says that he intends to set a deadfall or a steel trap near his mail box and hopes soon to capture the cheeky Individual m Row Ito Remain Tonng To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan McDonough Ga did She says Three bottles of r Electric Bitters cured me of chronic liver and stomach trou ble complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin red flannell I am now practically 20 years younger than before I tool Elec tric Bitters I can now ao all my work with ease and assist in my hpsbands store Guaranteed at Haydon Robertson Drug Store Price SOc Trolley Line iThere is still talk of an electric trolley line being built from The Lexington to Harrodsburg preIliminary Nicholasville which has been inl progress for the last two weeks under the supervision of George McLeo Spperintendent of con struction has been completed Two routes were surveyed one via the Nicholasville roadl and the other via the Harrods burg road Tne object in making the survey along the Har rodsburg rdad it is understood wapi for the purpose of determining which would be the moo feasible in case the proposed l is extended to linlj should this route be decided up on the Toad would leave the Harrodsburg pike about nine miles from this city and go by way of the Keen neighborhood to Nicholasville From this turning point the road to Har rodsburg could beiextended awl have the advantagc f the nine miles of the Nicholasville line iiini thought by many tojbe the most feasible SThe surveys made are to be used iin furnisbingthQ compaqy engineering expert with a basis for an estimate of tlc cost of the proposedline and as soon aathis is made the company will be able fo decide upon which route will be selected The fran chise granted stipulates that work shall begin on the contem plated line within eighteen months and iis probable that the early summer will mark the beginning of actual work on the construction of the roadHar rodshurg Democrat L1sten land remember the next time you suffer from pain caused Iby damp weather when your head nearly bursts neuralgia try Ballards Snow Liniment It will cure you A prominent business man of Hemp stead Texas writes eel have used you liniment Previous to using it I was a great sufferer from Rbema tism and Neuralgia I am pleased to say that now I am free from these complaints I am sure I owe this to yonr Hniment U For fale by the Red Cross Drug Store Arrested in Illinois John Bowman one of the young men against whom an in dictment was returned at the re jurlforher will was arrested in Spring field Illinois Monday Chief of Police Thompson left Tuesday with a requisition and will bring him to this city reaching here either today ortomorrow The man and a brother James Bowman were indicted February 11 upon the complaint of two young women domestics of this city who alleged that while returning from New Market on the evening of February 9 they attempted undue liberties with them The young men disap Ieveningrested over at Springfield and returned here He was arraign d before Judge Thurman and his case continued to the next term of court the court permitted him to give bond in the sum of 300 John Bowman was traced by local officers to several towns iq Ohio and llater into Illinois where he was ar restedLebanon Enterprise In 1897 I had a stomach disease Some phsicianssald Dyspepsia so ue consumption Oue said I would not live until Spring For four years I existed on boiled railk soda crackers and doctors prescriptions I could not digest anything Iate then I piced up oneot your Almanacs and it happened to be my life saver I I bought a fifty cent bottle of Kodol and the benefit I received from that bottle 911 the gold in Georgia could wentrmy in three months Iwas well and hearty May you live long and pros per N Cornell Roding Ga 1900 The above is only a sample of the great good that is daily done by the use of Kodol for Dyspepsia It is sold by the Red Cross Drug Store HORRIBLEACCIDENT Two Small Children of Mr Ed Boblitt Burned to Death in Their Home IfIfNews was brought to town of a horrible accident weich resulted in the burning to Math of two small children VI Mr and Mrs E A Boblitt in their home near Mooresville at about 6 oclock on Monday morn iQgoThe Boblitts lived In a smallI cottage consisting Only of two rooms a family room and a kitchen about half way between Mooresvillej and Booker The family was composed of the father mother and a daughter about 5 years of age and a son 3 yens of age and an infant girl six months old On the morning of the disaster the father and mother had gotten up and had eaten breakfast The little ones were left undisturbed in their beds while the lather went to the barn to prepare for his days work and the mother busied herself with the kitchen work totally oblivious of the fact that death ina horrible form was about to take away two of her loved ones whom she thought to be peacefully sleep ing within a few seps her The mother became suddenly aware that something unusLal was happening in the next room and rustied to ascertain the cause Upon opening the door a yolume of flame and smoke bnrst out in the midstof which was the little sin with his clothes on fire and dazed from the effect of the fright and the smoke The fantic mother seized the little fellow and quckly smother ed the flames but not before she hersslf had been badly burned Mr Boblitt came runing to the house just in time to prevent hi wife who was by this time al mostcrazed with grief and alarm from dishing into the room which was by that time a fiery funace in a mad effort to rescue her little ones It was soon evident that the two remaining children were past all earthly aid and in fact so rapidly did the frame structure burn that scarcely twenty minut s had elapsed from the time the kfie was discovered until all that re mained of the home was a mass of asbes among which was rescued two chared little bodies ail tnatjejnained of two happy faced children of a few bours be fore Mr Boblitt is a hard working poor farmer and is a cousin of Messrs EGand R 0 BQblitt os Springfipld Mrs Boblitt is a daughter of MrJohn Gurtsinger of the county The greatest sympathy is expressed for the bereaved parents in their sad afflictionII To remove a cough you must get at the cold which causes the cough there is nothing so good for this as Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup The llxuid cold relief that is most quickly effective that stills and qnieta the cough and drives out the cold Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store c OOOOOOOOOOQ gooooooQ 88IT IS RECOMMENDED 5 BY ALL WHO USE if gg- Ask g- g your neighbor about g Q TilE VULCAN CHILLED PLOW p He will say it is the BEST for that is the uni 2 venal verdict of those who have used it It hat Q stood the test for years I have the Vulcan both in 0 Wood and Steel beam Also have the hillside O patterm Q 0 A Full Line of Plot and Work Gear g c John Lily Succewor toHa1BarberIIII OOOOOOoo 4I BAKIIG POWDER Nadifj 1 i only excuse for buying anything a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking priceROYALorPhosphate I to keep your biscuits cakes and pastryiree from the iftjriou i effects of these cheapening substitutes J ontinued use of Alum means pcnHtlTennnju rytcfh Its Avoid Alum AilmenU Sdy plainly q ROYAL BAKING 4 POWDER e t Every family should have a representative new3paper from the metropolis ofU St tea lid ditioh to the home newspaperI The Jjoaisviile Herald is upto date in its news service is clean and bright and meets every re quirement The publisher oi this paper has arranged to club the NEWS LEAPER with th Daily Herald and offers the tW papers at S200 per year Th special price quoted by The Louisville Aeralp is for a limited period only Send in your sub fcription to us before ttiis splen did offer expires Cure 81 ood Skin Diseases Can eel Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or fufl of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimplj skin bpne pains catarrh rheuma tism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains anqrichlarge bottle Sampte free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all elscfails91yr May Music Festival Railroads will grant reduced rates from all points in Ken tuck lo tiorisville April 18 to 20on account of the musical festival which will be given on those dates in the new Armory building inUthat city The fes- tIval will be the biggest musical event ever given in the South A chorus of 800 voices has bee organized for the occasion and will be assisted by many eminent soloists and by Walter Damroschs New York Sem phony OrchestrawitlTMr Dam rosch as conbnctor Madame Murcella Sembrich will be the principal solost Sold Tobacco Messrs R E Young T H and N C Mullins sold their 19t I crop of tobacco to H M Moss of Springfield The cropweigh 18185 pounds and was grown on 12 acras making an average of more than 1511 pounds per acre The price received was 10 cents per pound straight ri 15110 on each acre Mr Young says they lost about 250i pounds per acre on account ofi the wet weather which if theyi Could have saved would have brought the yield per acre up to 1860 lbs or 186 per acre Mrj Youngs share of the crop was 190875 Lebanon Enterpris It isnt necessary live on milk even if you have indiges tion Use Miona stomach tab lets and get cured The Red Cross Drug Store sells tbmI wider guarantee to refuod the money if they failll Speclnl prices on photo t graphe apd pictort frames for- tthe next 30 dy 1 E A cox Photographer ONLY FIVE SURVIVE Death Remove Another Veteran of the Famous Tenth Kentucky v In the death ol Mr John Mo Vfullen who departed this life at his home near Mackville last week ttje county loses a good citizen and another veteran oJ the civil war who leaves ah honorable record for valor iin that great struggle At the outbreak of the war these was recruited from the little town of Mackyflle this county a company containing 38 loyal young men all neighbors and friends The companY was known as Co P Tenth Kentucky Infantry of the Union army and was in command of iGeilj John M Harlan and later was led by CoL W H Haja of JtoirpTace The little company of Mackville men fought valiant ly and endured the hardships all through the great struggle between the states nd those who survived found their way back to their Washington county wroughtleyer than did the bullets of the confederate army and out of that little company of 36 men there are now only five survivOrs They are JohnG HOwell F S Bottoms John T Sweeny C W Bottoms all of Mackville and Joseph Grant who lives at Bign Bridget Mr McMullen was one the odest members he being in the 89th year of his age at the time of his death Mr John G Howell in speaking of him sold He was a good soldier There were none better nor more faithful to duty than be Four of his old cpiirads in arms acted as pallbearers at his funeral which took place from the Mackville Baptist church of which he was a faithful member Met LIte a CUrl Mr D N Walker editor of that spicy journal the Enterprise Louisa V 8yaeel ram a nail In my foot last week sad at once appli Backltas Arak Salve No inflsBaiaatioa followed the salye simply healed the wound Heals every sore bum and akin disease Guaranteed at Haydpn Robcrteoas Dra Store 25c 1 The Happy Farmer A certeia ctaM OfHWIpf1 meiraaMrfc tbftt sisirae C k MM most t IMMI i Mtt and4 tht JMUc MdM fftode bist Mforlifo Thl Jrixw win ter OMBM sad UM Wkwufda te Uw wing H booMs hb feet IDI o oren said reads tbt bell nejf paper widi the only ihinir UUUllUhlllUU IMS r SUBSCR11 liON SI t I 1 7 1 in M in wI at 52 01 if us to as of as it of The but R to j of iadepindiat that disturbs him jjg a call ifcrteC times a day to a baaojart of saisce pies and other lvciriM ifIt w jmitake The iadvrtHoM farltbe iu work Jbeg bite- rthesunthinkaogetigsp With his soal shrmkl i in gloom 1 he proceeds to build a Ire sod soften his boote with a sledgehammer He thee take a lam tern and shovels hiswatrtotbe barn and feeds the bogs It ia the time to feed the newly sr j rived calf which seems to d4 light in btt tti 1tK afft4r rfjslite over the tiller of tee soil iiaea1 only needs to bepeer to pees for a package of oleopMrgariM He crawls throBKh a bvbwirti Ifice and iigstbe bay ofc lotf t Itthe snow feedb UM eews ekeM Jstables gathers up troseii efekir ens cliaees a stray pig worth X t c ntit for four mlle Del toiA t not catch it doctors a sick hone t freezes taiisi Ingers gefckieked r bra one eyed mu1isadwbea the gloaming comes ani ojuet ness broods over all the eark- he hits a sisgle half lovrto meditate and wonder how Mdwill pay bis tx4 Excbca amir tea1 happieai moikr Iim tejqbetown of AVa Mo M itSS Rappee She write yearsgomysoawssdowawitk fsuch serious lang trpvbki a our phjsfciam was uaWepr help hun wbea by opr Ira gists advice I bgsagii1 hi Dr Kings New Diwwwpy mMt I aoon noticed improtctaeDt 11t ktj this tretmeetupforaIw WHO wlwa he wa porf tij Y well3 ae has worind B4M4U7 abc at parpcttter i orir Dr Kiiigs New DiicoTtry soeed INiI 1oLeI sod co1pUa Y dot IBOjDrtiQiak roc sad 1 Tri ttbottle free p Crows KiIrII jt 1 lMr At McCry Ja U Rosa Hillaaiflabor jra inSaUrdayto pay h a aabaadj ti tioa to UM HanOa Sa4ttbaTbalaraha left hona thM atpraialr crows aMaekea1 aarf T killed two of nk JaaOw Tlwv wen very boUL abort it iad whoa ha termed aia abo4 faaif looaa at tiMm thsossbsdcIo tbe sMack bdore Iii load again sad soemed euioeh to k YtaeahlIiI u5iU3SI was SZjIISOSd sa iciOoiaotic Ka wooldUM j give b5rfIdj O pi1 J eK sheep from tba ptpla aa h daaaot aftard to gita allI Ma Mme a ahaphiri to hia flock Me ss71 bosaso osbi rJapaU and saow lbs i driv to InjdIW ibiarRarrobU fietsl Baekwbaal oaks mid api sfrrap make a good oombiaatioo ffa have the flour sad till ywp lilcKlroy 4 Bhader v w r THE PEW LAb f I IK NEWSLEADER PUaD BTORY TXUMDAT S1 A YEAR IN ADVANOE jPIIIIIG1IELD ICY li 4 L r7 L DAVISON Jr jA or tartates notices 10 cento per sek beqIIe1t1flSfrqOJ Clls M eeH1aat and politlcalmatte t ftMie ti at lew rates but cash tc1b nf or t1eUeJ3of i ocd I Aav rttaeotr ete m de liberal VML1Iiu4s M4l reHlutffJ of Jruepect tcLStV Mitrub r t 250f rI IjitiIetO IS 1r001 j IuWDY MARCH 7 1907 i HUlsfrbro JaiMjPCoUerft family waslj called ito the bedsde of their molheijS atv Bebanon Infirmary lastSijiday andt j t Mrall Florence Settles I children and Mr Larkin Jean pentSiuday with A S Bines and wile J t As li Mr Tom Colter twas going taseHis sick mother tat LebaI non aH pro in trying to pass as he Mid run into bis buggy and die hindwheel offCI tore Mr John Settles is some betItt tel attbts writing Mr A L Liitsey was driving along and his horse became Xreigntenecl sfad io trying to run he turned tb buggy over threw him out and broke of his ribs Mr Litaey sent for the doctor lit 6nceSMr Will Harmon swapped 1horses with John Reynolds Mr Jm Shewmak returned bis son near BOt1andI1 1tor UTK Tom Colter llost a fine calf Sunday Mr Larkin Dean while turning home4 from A S Bines Sunday fell in the creek up 10 his ears and he had to swim top the shove Mr Will Dugams has moved to Dud Sutherlands where he will make his home v I Mrs Jessie Thbmaa wS town Monday shopping Mr Henry Skimmerborn bought of J H Settles two barrels of corn at 50c a bushel Dangers of Pnemonia A cold at thii time if neglected is liable to cause pneumonia which is so ofteB fataland even when the 4 patient bag recovered the longs are weakened making them peculiarly susceptible to the development of ccpiangticm FoleysLHoneyand f tar will stop the cough bealtnd strengthei the lUngs and prevent pneumonia La Grippe coughs yield qui fki to the wonderful cura tiVd qua1iieS of Foleys Honey ind Taa ThjreiiI adtbinff else just as 4 jtdpdV sld by the Red Cross Drug S toreL pMOORiSVIIE 0 1 porn smce our last to the wife of Ed CheaLham a girl To the wife of Harry Derringer a girl We had a good crowd out last 1 Sunday to hear Bro Benight preach at New Hope church Owen Ellis and Dave Hays were over near Wtodlawn last batutday to see In ir best girls SDave Hays sold a horse to Owen Ellis for 125 a M Cull was over near Stringtown last Sunday to see his best girl Mr Ham Virgin departed this life March 1 9U7 in the 72d year of his age His remains were interred at Camp Ground church after services by Rev Ueipres Be died of a complica tion of diseases Mr Jas Truax was called to Spencer county last MondHMKTT the serious illness of some of hit relatives SDistrict No 30 needs a teacher 45 pupils Does any teacher to k beed the school One of the saddest occurrences that ever happened occurred on the morning of March 4 1907 1 witen fire destroyed the house of Mr and Mrs Ed Boblet and Durhed two cuildreo Viola aged Sand the litte baby 6 months f both girls to death The charred remains were laid to rest in the 4Mt Zion cemetery The hous how1t got in such a heidway is a myitery as the mother baa beeu out of the room only a few alnutee They have the svmpa thy of th entire community in their troubles Hoping thnt Gcd will comfort them in their so- rrnigthe prayer of your scribe Tb mother was severely burned on The hands trying to save her iehifdren J j- t flBB He MtCtlO t 1 OrnoLaxative Fruit Syrup stimu latti th liver and thoroughly clenses ttk gystem and clears the complexion ffitep le aad blotches Is Isthp tfet laxative for worn ed and children ait inUd and pleasant and does sot grips or elckan Orinb is muc- hapebtop4lls apen at waters and I awrikil MNtruary cathartics as it jjriwrtijiiit irritate the stomach and i liewck Sold by the Red Cross Drug aSL I UVIUrARsvuakMdrml mf M pIat Forest View Mr andMrs Garland HamIl- ton have moved from this place to Shelby county where they will make their future tome Mr Henry Boon has returned home after a stay of a week among friends aud relatives near Fredericks jvn and as soon asI the weather will permit he will Mrfdening Mr Fletcher Carrico who went to Louisville to remain all the year got struck by amoving car and slightly injureJ He came bome ast week Mr and Mrs Biven Green of near High Grove Spencer coun y were at the bedside of Mr elix Dowling Mrs Greens who is dangerously ill at Hi1ryDwJingturned home last week Mr Frank Spaldng and wife Mr and Mis Jo Medley and others spent quite a pleasant day after service at St Rose with l the family of Mr Sam Smith last Sunday nlS3SCitytended visit to his mother here Ray and Sidney Smith have gone to housekeeping on the farm they bought of Mr Isaiah Hill Their grandparents will have a little peace from the torments of the litte fellows Aunt Judy says What us colored Meffodis gwine to doJor church wine The blacksimple peopledoneoption Spect wel have to male simmon beer GB Barlteieles afiefl vean G B Burhaus of Carlisle Center NYwrites about four years ago I vrote you staving that I had been uttryly onred of a severe ikidney tiouble bv taking ess than two bottles ofFoleyf Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brickdnst sediment and pairtfltfd SjynptonsblJctdney diseaic dissapeared I am glad to say that I have never had areturnof any of those symptoms during the four years that haA elapsed and I am evidently cnred to stay cuacd and heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to any one flaffering from kidney or bladder trotble Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Hardesfy Schoolliouse After a few weeks absence I will again scribble few items Misses Nora and Valeria spentFriday SpringfieldMiss Texie Barlow and mother are visiting relatiyes at Mack ville returnedhomewith Mr and Mrs J T SutberJ WillisburgMr triHarrodsburg Misses Sallie and Edith Trent Valeria and Jennie Goodlett visi ted Miss Ethel Gray Wednesday MrFly Wilson has purchased a phonograph Mr Harry Parish of near Wo dlawn visited friends of this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Rufus Goodlett was in Willsburg Friday ON LOOKER Pound At Last Sr A Harmon of Lizemore West VasassC At last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the bene fit of others afflicted with torpid liver and chronic constipation will say take Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satis factory 25c atHaydon Rob ertson Druggist Q Tatham Springs We are sorry to report MissJ Anna Lee While very ill with pneumonia and typhoid fever Mr Willie Goff and wife visi ted the latter s parents Mr and Mrs C C Foster Mr Harry Crouch who has been ill for some time is reported bettor thisIMr Oscar Scott of cjcrugersj ville left Monday last for Dei Kalb Ill f Miss Jera Harlow is on the sick list 4 I guess the lades are all out looking for their turkey nests We are having rainy weather bot I hope it will soon fair up soI the farmers canstart their plows Mr and Mrs Ed Masters visi tedtheir daughter Mrs S D Hale Saturday and Sunday Mrs Billie Colter is the first one I have heard of around here getting goose eggs The infant baby of Mr and Mrs Willie Cqulter died Feb 24th and was taken to Fairview the following day for buria We are glad to repcrt that the A Sof E lodge is doing good work at Pulliam There is a good sign of having plenty of biscpit next year if rnlotblng happen to wheat crops Alice Rooseytlls Weflfe was something t6 be receded in the annals of history Herbine has been ckno ledged the greatest of liver regulators A postive cure for bilio us headaches constipation chills ard fever anf all liver complaints J It Smith Little Rock Ak writes pperbine is the greatest liver I forYetrsthe Red Cress Drue Store Bpeckinridge IaMrs Manda Iceland died att her home at Texas February 26 at 11 oclock in the 24th year of her age She was patient sufferer of pneumonia She leaves husband and daughter father mother four brothers and three sisters to mourn her oQih Rev J A Simms preache the funeral sermon after which she was laid to restin the Rockbridge cemetery to await the resurrec tictiSHarry Crouch who has been quite ill is much better The social given at Mr San ford Yocums was well attended 13 girls and 30 boy present Al report anenjoyable tinge Thesocial given by Miss Ethel Scott fast Tbursday night was veil attended and all had a jolly old time Hlrdml 1iss Essie Wilson of Scruggs yule Monday Esq Nimrod Hendren and J SpringfieldMopday Mr Ob Crouch and family and Mr Herbert Prither and family all started tolllinois Mon day familybavewhere they have been visiting their relatives 4 iSY9U should be very careful of your bowels when yOu have a cold Nearly all other cough syrnps are conMipat J0ET espesially those containing opia tes Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup moyes the bowels contains no Qpiates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drugs Law Bears the encbrsetnants of mothers everywhere Chldiren jike its pleasant t taste Sold by the Red Cross Drug- Store Wt Zion Echoes Asthis sectipn has not beetr represented in your columns for some time wa shall send io a few items hoWever news is very scarce at present Mrs Shewmal er and children of Pulliam spent last Wednesday with the family of Mr Bailey Pinkston Mr J J Dyer and wife are at the Russell nome this week Miss Grant HaYF who has been visiting her friend Miss Jean Metre in Cincinnati for the past three weeks will return home this week Mrs F Neal of Chaplin Fork visited in this community one day last week Muss Blanch Bonta after a weeks visit to her sister Mrs S H Bishop of Springfield returned home Saturday Mr Green Hays was in Bloom field last Friday James jand Mary Taylor who are attending the graded school findSundayI Mrs Ejla Taylor entertained I followingMrJdi Hays Mr and Mrs H HaysJ Guy Tucker and wife of Bloom field and Mrs J N Hays off BloomeldaThe Tattlers KodoI Digests what 3ju cat and quickly overcomes indigestion which is a forerunner of ayspepsU It is made in strict conformity to the National Pur Focd atd Drugs Law and is sold on a guarantee relief plan Sold by the Red Cross Druyj I stone I M OOOO To Make Room I For Easter and Spring Goods all hats must go at your own 1 1price Come in and take your your choice or the few Ileft 1None will be reserved IIOppoite KNOTTFirst National Bank and Postoffice l IfPvbIic Auchon On the street in Springfield Ky from 2 to 4 oclock IIwill sell on 11Saturday Afternoon 1200 worth of Clothing and a iJ i fiifl S M CAMPBELLLAncnOnBBr Valley Hill spentWennesday and wife at Booker Mr Guy Wiggington of Nelson county wasin our midt Sunday on business Mr Kidwell of Booker spent Tuesday and Wednesday with relatives here lingOringillgeneral debility Charlie Settles of Booker was in our midst Friday visiting relatives Dame Rumor reports another Wedding soon Weddings often make a decided change in Social circles we discover Mrs W N Poster of Louis parentsMrplace last week SpringfildOIl businessMrs Derringer and Mr I R ONeal and wife dined with Mr and MrsS J Montgomery Moqday Messrs 0 P and Earnest Soatley accompanied by Misses Nell Marks and Lydia Virgin of Bardsipwo dined with Miss Dollye Virgin of laud Sun day Mr F 1L Striige who has been suffering with a very sorei writ from effects of a scratch received during if o recent cold weather by a Iiore shoe nail iis able ta work in his hop now The farmers in this spclonarei all again inter stt1 in the A S of Eand present indicaUona point to a great success during the present year thisisection andtl received gratifying prices aver aging from 7 Ital2i cents bank ing price Mr and Mrs Chns Lewi have purchased the Ed Elery place of Mr ToOIC Tatum at 500The B conePerkins wedding was quite a surprise to the friends of tjie contracting par ties It is getting dangerous for young men togo anywhere now rt frequentlyhladies run away with a boy and and wben she returns she has im tied Last week retarded the pro gress of tbe earl v farming to a great extent Most of raisrstre behind seed sowing UNOlGarrett D Wcathprs Avon Ky saya My hops o bidlv discad cd with cholera that I did not think medical r aid could possibly save them I gave them Burbon Hog Remedy and it otltcd them without a stogie II is tile only remedy 11 have ever used that would cure hol cholera Sold and gurautocd by Hajdon RotJcrtson Springfield yIMackilleI Mr Hugh Noe oi Springfield eveningrodsubre and other towns in centrall Kentucky inHarC W Candem and W B Hatchett were in Louisville lasfc week on business Eskel Graham and wife of Duncan spent Monday in our village ofMaudLear Saturday and Sunday- G F Wycoff who has been yisiting his parents at this place atIjoarlafternoonI wick attended church here Sunday ij Mr F M Edwards of Leb WedlneSday of Warrotlsburg was in our mdst Tuesday Joe and Join Wycoff spent Sunday with their parents here Miss Margie Isham of Beau mont college Harrodsburg spent from Friday until Mon day with her paredts at this placeMr Pete VanaisdaH t of Cor nishville Was thi guest of Miss Settle Shewing her Sunday af ternoon Mr Bqnta and Mr Brownfield of Perryvlllo spent Wednesday night at this place Mr and Mrs John Robertson are on the sick list Mr Harry Wright iis quite sick ht this writing f The Smart Set TMerPflre Puoj and Drna Law We arc pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and far for coupes colds and lung troubles is not effected by the National Pure Food and Drug Jaw as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Sold by the HUd Oross Drug store c MAUD Missjgs Eva Plangher nd Laura Shehan have returnee home after a delightful l visit tp Mrs Lev Brown of Springfield Mr Shannon Cloyd of Har rodsburg was the guest of Miss Stella Wake eld Sunday Mrs Jennie Barlow and snDixie yjslud the formers parent here Friday and Sat urday A number m and around our litte town have measles and and quite a number basin had chances for it consequently those jho havE not been rortu natfe enjugh to have had the malady already are walking shy Mrs Ora Grume has returned home after a visit to relatives in your town The house of Mr Bdd Bbl j i ear Booker caugnt on fire in some unknown wav last MonIay morning just before daybreak and was so near in ruirs when discovered by Mt Boblitt that he his wife and one child barely escaped two children being Theyhavethe entire community Mr Willie Virgin iis ill with measles Mr Cbas Huston is convalescing after an attack of same Miss Lydia Virgin of the Nefio Normal accompanied bv Miss Marks visited her parents here the latter purl of the t week Mr and Mrs T R Virain SunduyMissMrs Ora Crump Mr Prentice Boblitt of Spring Held Messrs Earnest and Clyde Goatley of ofMaudMrLydiaVlrgmWe miss tho It Ziop Echoes much upandlovushear I3rentofl3ardstown hereSaturday toMrJrfrSBloomfield ofI1rJonesboughtof 5GuthrIel Parish a twoyeasold bay 1 10 liardastyaowE S Goatley to Ben McMackin 65MrGooteyIa yoarold bay mare 110 Mrl3attCrfon Springfied thehomelastFridaycation ofdiseasc The remains were interred at Camp Ground the following afternoon The hadbeepMrs Edd Nalley of Bards ofherPearlGoatleAir William Shehan has been on the sick list Mrs Z C Andrews has re turned home from a visit to her ofBloomfieldMr Bertie Flougher of Nel son county paid his usual respects to one of our fair sex Sunday If Dame Rumors reports are true the wedding bens of two of our fairest bells are all but ringing Frizzle Head a I j 1o f tD Robertson 8 Cot j f HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL o1t E Farming Implements M Toofefr ISeeds Clover Time tIJ thy All sha- BlueGrassRed gtiOats etc t HARNESS tr Jkgy harness U Plow Wagon ofEr 5 MICHIGANMade suptheybars the rod Tha HeaVIest van wIre standard farm fence on the market WRITE ron PRICES AND DESCRIPTION POULTRY AND FlELD FENCE OF ALLK1NDSS A FULL LINE OF UPTODATE g + HARDWARE GROCERIES J c 1 PICTURESI And- PICTURE FRAMES Picture Frames made to order to fit any picture4II also manufacture mirrors Charges ReasoDable GeoBTajlor Zd-A CJlilcago pbysicitvu was one any called to littoml n sllk child In a sli iby genteel quarter of the Windy City I Mndanr said the doctor otQtbe mother you should send this child Into the country for several weeks each summer I am sorry to saf doctor respond ed the vrQiiiuii ttoot we are uot rlrh though to dotlw Then su gustail the puynlclau have her sent by the fresh air fund Oh doctor ex lHimed tl e woman we are not yoUr cnouglil Harpers Weekly Too Selfish Clflmnn Whats the matter wltli1in- IOU Bntiinphtirst fellows You dont to like mr frietid I3nckiotz Sub o lies seWd GIthvoln Oli coiiio now SubbubsIliats whet he Is A barn near him caught tire the Other night suit ho put it out without AlUnffor tite rust ur Its Muiinta or tile Swampliurtftt Hose to reach Che sceneAPhlladelphhi Public Lodger The Comfortable Fortune WhAt iJf your Wen of a comfortable fortune asked the ninbltloiys youth One misworod the uiaii of expert enCttuthat to big enough to buy you YOUilhg you wiint and not big enough to attract the attention 6f the errand Jncy Vnshftigton Star sgienaors ot Uafcs The CAfes and hotels ot New Yprk are rivaling each other in the almost oriMttMl splendor with which they have fitted ip stash rooms for dinner and offer theater parties At one cafe mar Broadway the sides of one oC these roon8 are composed entirely of mir ror after the Franeh fashion while the eoltiug is eover Sl with green leaves gudgrntHW bnocbcM It pink and liun11 jempo of glttflg vHlihi wlflch arc eiec tile lights The effect Is that of a beau ttful arbor Another oofe has mirrors roll cthtg Small rod lights throughout tile room ivlillo the ceiling also of mirrors Is an exqutelte Ijiiitation of iiioonllght the effect of which is ob tulnod by elcctrtes Incldsod in globes of the color wen of moonlight seen throiigii a drlleiitv tracer of faint green lowre Kxchauge rc Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood It used to be considered that only Urinary and bladder troubles were to be ekidneyset i7j science proves that V nearly all diseases hi hare their bejnnniug in the disorder of jY5w these most important organs J The kidneys filter p and purify the blood J that is their work Therefore when or out of order you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its dunhire 1takingKihncrs SwampRoot because as soon as your kidncjss are well they will aelp all the other ofjjaus to health A triall will convince anyone If you are sick you can make no mIS- take by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It t standd the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on its merits by all f druggists in fiftyceiitU and m onedollar size tbottles You may have a sample bottle nom ctflwSmpnoot by mail free also a pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney ori bladder trouble Mention tins paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Bing hamton N Y ontmakeany mistake r IUt remember the name SwampRoot D r Kilmt s SwampRoot and the ad dress Jknghamtou N Y on every bottle i d a- Imple JI d dPlows tors all kinds Harrows To bacco Trans I Drijlsetc Grain AND younl5uliieysareweakI I E hEATER J Lou1vLu1TIQ ONEfARE fOR ROJJHDlTRIPBYRAILDRRIYfR MAR 18 3OT Y 0 tlfATOIEAR Oovernmenttjhib w and o1Ierea14t1adf Pt23II INOU5TFttINVEiQN1 APiY IjJEBSQffiE = ft Oooo OOOIQtOOOrQIeQaO f Raidchanges of temperatuif are hard on tin loukhest constitution I g The conduttor passing from the heateda cii inside pf a car to the icy temperature 1 f3 of the platformthe canvasserspendrngan hour or so in a heated Building and tlwri iI walking against a ivihd ow thIdifficulty of avoiding cold y o Scott f EiTnulsjon strengthens tHr 1 Body so that it can bitter withstand theao danger of cold from changes of temperature iia 0 7 It t4 0 will help you to avoid cold A 11ALL DRUQCISTSsSbc AND Stci04 IIHIo4oIHHH4o +pI g CLOSE fji 1 fJ ATTENTION 1WI Is whatIgive to all work brought me and as ilf1 air sultIamitblato GUARANTEE SATISFACTION ir Jr tu haveawAtca or Cbatfatiooga I Gultiyar planters 7 Aii J trolley oi biting taking clock io mend or wish your EYESIGHT COUI GTBD bj ii perfectly fitted glasses I am prepai d to wait yow tW JrtJ Graves i ijji tjiifiJ f Main Street opposite Presbyterian church fli b OPKINGSNrw LISCOV1RV Will Surely Stop That Cough IS g ments FOIEYSKIBNEYCDRE M aks Kidney and Bladder R aW t DI rrr BURTON- SOtNTJI DENTIST 1EETM EXTRACTED W THJOUTuPAIN ivuKt Block up stairs iPIINGFiELDrIqr WorkStrictlIt f Fifitclass DRJ CMUDDc- iinjj4 M Surgeon Offic1iours 8 to 9 arn I tt 1 to 2 pm Owes over Hayjdons Drugstore ft ijtL nptonMR Office in Opera Hwse o Office FJioiie 6 5 Residence o 38 L JFiCRlGSBY ATfTpRNEY AT LAW ljiWtei over Peoples Bank z gpRINGPIBtiD itY V j rr 3 RoBABDS M W HYATT i R3ARD HYATT lljsiciins ind Surgeons O er Y Hag gro iI ceryft opposite Presbyian church v i 0 a1Dr1 r nmW AND SURGEONa Offlcever Havddn Robert 1 onafcjrug Store JRtones LOffice 155fM J ffResidence 172 i 4iSi 1 FUIAL uillTOR AAn LicENSER EMBALMER A 41TiLEPHONE 4 6vitaNIGHTI 74 o KuiIt JFRJJUFIELB J Ralroad o ScheduleI Ip CJowiBgi the time schedule Mln effect on the Bardstown AJNd linlitield branch railroad 4No 4J Leayes Louisville at iiOPithj Bardstown Junction I 5pmardstown 552 pm rrfY air Bpringneld 645 pm ijfa 42 Leaves Springfield attt I 1101 Bardstown 617 a m Biiiown Junction 705 amaJ iwnvea at Louisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 7i0amt Bardstown Junction 9Q JLm Bardstown 1115 am amve at Springfield 1240 pm- t044 Leaves Springfield a o 1ipat Bardt9n2O pm 3trleJown Jiin6ti0nr 485 pm arrives it Louisville 545 pm CNo Q Sundays onlyLeaves SpcinKfifeld at 715 amBards towiiffiai Bardstown Junction 841 mmf arrives at Louisville 885 am toNot Loiiville at 6 pm Bardstown Jmnptioo 650 pm Bardlown 7Ip S arrives at Springfield ji 8451pz1 i1PI S li Tt Trtacci ShlDirtrs L We wish to state to our friends a throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect e 1iirectlyI or indirtctly witb a ay sotbei warehouse or waie t t fnOiiecoipany i i5We luct a Strictly Inde pendent Tobacco W reliouse- Commission Business and res patronagefGA BRIDGES Go Proprie tore icktiTotacco Warehouse iTcinVille 1y 408 mo wI1IrE Cream Vermifuge TIE WORMREMEDY 1 THE OHLWIENS FAVWITE 0 NICIHWAM OF lAlTATIOK TNt octtUllfCPlRJARE8 LinimentB I1rdSaowt eT LOUIe oJikfl btRp Cross Drugstore = 0 ILL f M Me a Ciaii iHfr D Nr Walker editor of uKiLtApiiy journal the J Jter K aL3uia Va says I ra- nitilmiv t loot last wEek and j foiB polled Bucklens ArnicaI 8a11ye oinfiammtiou followed tMslfl simply healed the TM ndii fit ate every sore burn And kin dfeeiae Guaranteed l t as BjdoH t Robertsons Drug Store 255 i ii r HALJ n T un I WANT ANOTHER CARLOAD OF is PUULflTTJi I 1 J rv M y r Ag JWiHreceive5 until FRIDAY AT NOON and will pay the following prices r v T iT J 44 fill Hens 9c Turkeys s Sc t ft t i IiL f t7iz Old Roosters 3eYung Roosters 5c M H JONES THE POULTRYMAN WIU1SIof Interest f TI U WN1 11 The Freshest and Latest i It AllAbout Yourself Friends T I i and Acquaintance u MOPICSi1 1 1ftnnnnnftnnftnftftftftft nnnnnnftftftnnnnnnftmnDmRn IW1Lt11IStIULI rr yy VanArsdalfe meal and hominy t McElroy Shaders vli esh fish eyeyy Wednesday nd every Friday at HSrlnlem s 1 Redw fyi subscripXiou or 1907 and get a good magazine ree v r BORNToIMi and MrsIj Sterling Thompsmi on the jiiid- ntagil Northern sii potatoes Ifbr sale at lowest cash prices 1jShader Jv 1tWhite fish and mackerel the best on the i4rketat McBlroyv Shadfr s grocery l fc Wanted country hamsj bacon and shoulders Highest market price paid at J A Shaders Wanted Tenant to raise ctirnj and tobacco Writeor ten Ebon at once Mill rf S is P1ib1 License to marry was issued bY1be90unty Clerk recently tp following Joseph Rpbmson nd Miss Pearl Goode W F Mann and Miss Mattie Lanham Call at Mcelroy Shaders and get some sliced breakfast bacon or sliced dried beef SUce3 orderI any quantity any thickness by our new machine Ma1agersdtheGrundy f ted Miss Ella Shaunty to fill the vacancy made bythe resignation of Miss Lizzie Lee as teacher at he Orphanage There has been nothing doing n circuit court this week Itj having adjourned until tomorrow when a damage suit against the L Ni railroad is sat for trial The grand jury has not yet made report on any indictments STRAYBDOn my plac near Keliey s Shpp about threeweeks agba r diand black shoat Qwrer cap have same by prov ing property and paying costs Will Jones Mr anti Mrs Henry Leach man have received notice of the birth a grand dson to Mr al1dlrs E Koyle Jlorman in Qfafattanooga Ten n March 1st I If yqu have trunks household goods or other articles to bei trausfered you will save timesir mbn yand worry by calling the Sprfhgtieldl Transfer Cov Depot phone 22 J L ALLEN Prop vIMr and Mrs 1betMather1y fAho 1iein thel northern part of this county have have a penchant for selecling peculiar for their children They have six children and thjfey are named as foll6ws Raman Dalis Ethel ValiSjEtfnice Rails Mary Falls Martha Alissnd Ophm Talis Mr and Sirs Jhas Wells left for Bloorafielcl today to reside Mr and Mrs WelIs have made many friends here during Their stay for a year who regret to lose tiiemas residents of cur town Mr Wells has bought back his old business stand Bloomfield Messrs WbA Clements W C McChord H M T ONan and I IIWa8hining of the State Farmers Institute at Shelbyville last week Mr McChord made a roaring speech at the meeting and at the banquet given in the evenII ing Mr Ctaybrooke responded to the toast The Farmer and t The RevW J Cocke an evangelist of the Christian church is conducting a revival in the cnurch pi that denomina 1tionaudiences haye greeted him every eveningand the sermonstVV delIvered hav een esting and forcible Rev GVtLyon is leading the Singing whch adds an attractive feature to the services Rev R E C Lawson preach the initial sermon of Iustt secoridj pastorate of the Presbyterian church pf this place last j jSabfcatb to a large congregation assembled to enjoy tim privilege of listening to their formeipastor- and i friend The subject was Faith and was an inspiration to aU whether of little or great faith and evidenced the fact h vt the speakers absence from us had only ripened the mind and oul and developed his natural eloquence that charm ed his audiences heretofore Mrs J A Coulter di dllon day night ut Dr McChprds infirmary at Lebauou where she bad been taken to undergo surgical operation i It was found that Mrs Coultr was too low to stand the oporaton when she arrived at the infirmary ind she grew worse Wltil the wdi She was sufferinsr from Brightts disease and other complications resultfngfrom an attack of ty phoidfever The deceased was a resident of the Hiflsbjpronoish borhood this cQunty and was a woman pf excellent character The remains were taken to Hi Jlsboro on Tuesday for buriall Sympathy is extended to the bereaved husband and children 4 SoM Campbell reporteUia public sale qf S B Thompson in Lebanon last Saturday of his TTr K onninmfintiS as haviniT a good crowd but everything sold low Also reports the sale o- fIE F Buckler on Tuesday March tbas being well attended and everything sold high 1we giye you a few prices realized Ona sow and pigs for S64L5 one7year old jjennet 505 one 2year old jan neb 300 one 12 year old pno eyed mare 175 19 sugar yearling i mules 122 perliead work mules from 107 to 175 per head in facts t everything sold high A Pleasant Occasion The Rev RE 0 Lawson arrived1 from Henderaon last Thursday evening tp assujme the pastorate oV the Presbyterian church A largo number of friends were assembled at the crturch to welcome him and his wife and they were kept busy about two hours exchanging greetings and renewing old act quaintances Tables were spread at which all ho desired it were served with a cup of choculate or coffee and wafers t to add a convivul touch of good fellowship to the Rev Williams of the occasionI church and Rev Lyon aplpropiiatcwelcome to wnich Roy son feelingy responded As a prelude to the speeches Bless be the Tie that Binds wns silng bythe audience and prayer of fered and Praise God from Whom all Blessings Flow was ttinforIIJalmoped to Jellico Tuesday night Mm Gilbert Carpenter and M1 s Bertha Tong went tc Lebanon ont took the Southhoutid train to Jellico where they expected to be mar ned On account of objections on of the brides fer nts Mr Mrs CA Tong the young people had been coujUng clan destinely Miss ODK wenji to the country ostensibly tp spend the night with friends saul Mr Carpenter accordlnig feo prear rah bd plan met hr late in the evening and drove to Letsncn- and boarded the Jloclock train south w ero ttoay expeei lobe married V Frcui JeilicO tIi41 go to Indianapolis to viitt an aunt of Mr Carpenters LtJt Will make Uieir home hers oiivtiNIr return in three weeks v PERSCNAL Mtr G D Dunaajt ku reamed fromCinoiitnatUi i Mi aas Anntind TOfette Mayes are viittnisEles1i MiUtie Duihain at Ciunpbellvllle Mh and Mrs 3 B Mabon of Lebanon visitad Mi aud Mri1 E S Mates SrSnOy Misses Laura SbebitA and Evi Flaugher haVs rtlBpfttflJ to their home at M ttjMessrs Will Iliekm a1id Wiii VUka9eld of ImtL Apent Sun day here Misses Mr rUe Pirtcip ant Mary Haydonaiul jtferft Will Rob erson and ah Lee Smith we in Barcfcfcpwn Sunday Misses Majm Donnelly La vania OConnor aitd l4bel Price spent Sunday with Miss Pearl Edelon near towtf Mrs TO ompbeU Jisjre turnell from L lJppwberesbe has ben in Pr McChord in ftrmary three week- Mitss NeIIU Gteene spent Sunday and Mdttlfty in Bards tovn with liar bothrOharley Miss Marfchji iiatatl i1the guest of her tffotliacj Mr J W Reidel f 1Miss ViUie1G1Q and little niece Mary Oft JWftJIl Wimsatt spent Snda7At Namretl with Miss Mamb Kiiott jMiss Budget Siiwms tsat homo from NaKaretb for i few days Mrs Ed ItcHy af Louisville iis visiting fifrbratheiv Mh Will Humilbon new tow Mrs Emma Wigginton and Miss Wells httve returned te their home in Blbomffeld after a visit to Mr Charlay Wells Messrs Alb rtbnd Earl Camp betl of IndiunapoHsare visiting their parent ji Mr and Mrs S M Campbell v Neal Boblitt Has returned to Indianapolis aftor a visit to his parents Mr W A CJdXj of VorsaHles and Ifrs Hiram McClasky of Bloomfield were guests of Mrs I ryE Durrett this weeks tier W ft Williams spent the h first of tho week in Louisville Mr will ONan woqtto Juno ton Uiyyscrdayon business Mr Conrad Hortlein vho has been in Gormany five months settling up the estate left bv his j mother sailed for the United Stfttts Wednesday and will Teach Jiome sogaa time next week aflBarflstcnblp Mrs Joeaph S Claybrooke A sonyofllr postal card re ceiyed fcpm Mr and Mrs Byron Croaks amtl mailed at Monterey sltntvisltltbeyarhaicg t li1 tunrterslinI MrsiT D Wells of Lebanon was calling on friands here lat TtiurdV MrtGrLle JIll auddttie son Robeffc Wood spent a few day with lior mother Irs Jarrie Rij T near MaoUvilJe MrW P G igsby wtlSin T rS1111lh first of the week on s Tlial b sin ss x IIbethtowII Ule ofLeWno ure with Mrs i1i G uiipbetlfor the present IOtI 0 CMe hordcimeJn laJpuIIlIe Tuesday to pI iStoa6oie business and raIbtfraefl Wtdeedy morain Mrs Mjrams who has beffu ftl the Walton several WAeics gattrraod to her home at Ga tetfcs bevX Peeay t M li Lucy Brown wetil to f t11rorr t11 M Ifoodeon lAs of broberIHIJIfr t latieaskMr trfc Cla brote of Scot aboro Ala is v Uox tile- pi1ea1iaod Qlher roiaUreshere Ms Lydia MeEtrbr Ijtt Sit nrdigr 1ST Pllt yitl Pike county wtterese Iwia tccepUstl a plOt with Auxier BO itpheriirjiMBW P Hayr atkl bride Boat t splni IIIIwNQra antl Mrs S onIJand r onIJJ MrsWT McElroy fuesaYfMIa J B3 Edmonds of Leb anon js istting her sistar Mrs Lob Vti Hrdrn McElroy r Me Albert Lake left tins moruteg for Cincinnati whoro s1 bitl join MI Ln1Nwho left tlaa weaf to tike a position with thO a O nilroadv Mi J N KeHy has rented tia foo ji recently ofienpied by Mr 4 berbLakabn Min Street aud1flinove into itbvis weekI 14 rrr Qarrico and family 1w111trOy into the hoi se o- noiton ATemm vacotod by Mr QhrJas Wells Quick Settl 1e1tI f pFlfigfield Ky Fab 8o7 J BrIgh Lebanon Ky pGtaftr SirI11just received check olJSasfern Casualty andltidem nity Co fqJ3 33 amOunt in till on inycJaim PJW Yours Truly V L D Baker 1 ib Its Worth u travelitg a Jong distance fJ to have your teeth extracted q p Without Pain or Danger All work guaranteed j 3 L G CRUME D DVS Bardstovrn Ky fifft fLaKes OverfloWs Not tV 121 acre 8 miles from Sprinjfhcld on Mackville pike 5 room dwelling frame 0i acre tobacco barn new old stock barn 2 corn cribs mOkeb anti grnitarj Plenty of fruit 50 acres of line tobacco land 20 acres ot timber plentof locusts Plenty of watery Priee 25 per acre No 6510 actesir5 niles from Springfield on goL pHcc under good fence 5 room dwelllax S acre barn new with metaT roof granary 10 acres of tobaccoj Plenty of locusts 76 Acres tobacco land Plenfer of grass Price H250 per acre No 05 150 acres ST miles from Spriniffield 12 Wifei from pike 4 rOOm dwelling 5 nerd tobacco barn Rtttall Meek Some tknbw 50 acres of tobacco land Good fence All in Ifrass Price 20 per gre No crir 200 acres 7 miles from Spriniffield on good pike 6 room dwelltnif in good repair 10 acre to bacco barn good stock barn buggy shed and all outbuildings 20 acres of fimebottQm hum 75 acres of fine tobacco land Sonic timber Price 135 per acre THE fEXAS WONDER v Cures all Kid EY Bladder und Rheumatic troubles scld by 1u druggists Or two months treatment by mail for Dr W Hall 2020 Olive street 1E Louis Send for Kentucky moth ais FQIV THE HOUSEWIFE f Spanish BgkedI8eans- K twrtoC whIte beans iMrbofit a quart of stralnwT fowritot nAonIon cboppMl fins Utbk HMMtful of sugar KqiMirtvr dfjH t tt1of uft 8t rdt ariitkIe of ntd pepper jWo1or three suuiU u M of igdt yotK Stilt to ttaste Add lervl tsapoonfuIot buking soda to woU la which the beaus Mre Wine pttrlmitod Mom orlessredpepi 0w mal be fleslrwl and in pi ve of mK pork a tebrocpoeitful of Gutter nuiy be mbetujed t If suit yorki fe WNI parboil and cut Into sisall esrau mix ft la baking pan and bAl In ovu two hours or until boons rs tee4r Removing Paint Stains a highly cbcominoutlod prep tor remoViag PaInt staiusr JHertt thinly tour duftces of custllo Add one quart of boiling wn tj e liquid Is cold put In four ounces of aminonln two of alco thol to of other and two of glycerin four quarts of water mix thor taM and boKljB cprklng tfgbtly This p h long timit Whon using dK Itttw the liquid wltbon equal quantity of Jntfl use n ploci Ot good lAae the article to be clortnedj and dry w41 with a froih iifoce of goods If bsdI3oIlef uiQtiU strength v I Oes ofT rpent1rie Titrprairine lisa numerous household iiea AP1IL with soAnftt will rCh move Ink stains frOm linen A few drops added to the water in which epthH are boiled act as a whitener Tt will jlrivo away roaches sprin kled In their bannts turpentine will reuiove wheel grcaso pitch and tar stains Mixed equally with linseed oil It will remove white marks on turn 44iro which hero been caused by wa tar Jtf the broom ls dipped Into a ItOefeet of tepid water to which nUt tlo twrpeatlnt has boon added HiQcar JbIt will look brighter Renovating Sealskin The beet methoilj brightening seal kln iwto liffinr it out In th5 sunshine to air mid pound It free from dust with a rntttin stick Oncettll thti Ihoso dirt IB removed run hot snail anti fur riers aawdost a unit and half nyx luro Into tile fur Then shako anti beat flihi out and the fur will look brfrht and will bo clean ifor the sand JcutB the grease anddust arm the wo id Absorbs it leaving the skid bright Und fresh looking == ulJ ATeW Itemssf f j W Whkhwe willIet go for the t I t NEXT 10 DAYS f IatSpecial Bargain Prices = = f A Few Felt Boots iA Few unlRobes v TsTr t J H 4A Few Comfortsf and Blanketi tJ rt i t i rAfew Overcoats 35lt J LA Akew Odd Pants lJT4 and 3bln e aiies SkirtlSCfl t IiThesel a l5 i ifyr s- Tobacco Canvas j tj i rliAt from 3 cents to 5 cents per yarduIl d F GRUNDj McINTIRE f WA jtiiisii VIIJ tbIimui itJlJtij iit tJti ljmtii i SPHJNCS G t 4c tEL i CLOTHINGpqI I TiriEtA I 5 Wes are getting iriourf eipE f 3 SPRING CLOTHING for rnen and loys atiidhie r a nice selection of u rr Strauss Bros1Filles lC12hg Call and make a selection f fWO i J We are making a specialty hiSfseason of ff HHanan Shoes8 Jf The finest Shoe onthe market formenlv Also have a nketinei M fEjj i I Ladles O JoEds t 4 oits37 All sizes Priccf suite tr ffThe RobertsinClaybzooke GCOI Co fXNCOKBORATED c L tf mf f OtfOtt tl g H jI L BG F4c1ORIES If l v5the Styles of Dian1 nd Brand Shoes are Exclusive An officrofurcompanydesiiis- our styles thd pntternsand doJ notliingelser This unusual attention to detail results not only in originality and correctness off VtyJby but in m truer pnUerpsind Wter fit Qj Tjbis ioncei reasbiiwiiyDiamond J Brand Shoes snug up under the arch anOoId their shape sooltely 1i4 rJrKE MONETIf SHOES ThWAJYPT1JER AYJ37- LAS1CYOURDtLEFO Di1OWD BRAND SHQES jj I f tATTLE Of YWJ SEEK f ir5sirri LkCMkki of tke I i Wr Tkt TookL PIace eII CIityI 1 KMTOR STANDARDHaving ITtMd HiaBy reminiscences of the J civili war jukl at your request as if iras others I will try to write b4 b6rt sketch of the battle of Wilsofts creek I guess there art very few persons that now ri mber that during the dark clays of the civil war thatltno- r pjccitiBf battle was fought on jWiliOfls creekin Nelson county 2it wag on a beautifnl Saturday fteraoori in the month of June t 1863 that the writer and hm r brother Taylor C C MpKenzie- TV P sad RJI Samuels Tom aiMlc Ben Greathouse Thomas elHs1ey aid his brother r Gasper KMte down Wilsons creek to lbtiloaUdthe corner hole ntiwwe days it was an immense pool of water large enough for j licpeii btwea to swm io at oja UeWell we Kere having uIii a time as you ever saw a t lot of boys enjoy when suddenly aadto our surprise we were in the vidst of about eighty Con Iftderate soldiers under Capt c HiMi We bojs bustled to get away butin the meantime the soldiers examined our horses Tbey were riding a fine lot of United States horses which they hd captared off the train How ferooeof the soldiers horses did not suit him so he took Me- jK fziH horse a splendid one too and left his United states horse i a ita place The yank look that the next day so iCE- cKenzie lost out entirely Cap Hinea then proceeded up the creek as far as Elijah Brooks T rwe came with Hines men A FIERCE SKIRMiSH We well knew it would not do to stay there so we left the road and took to the left side to reach home as scon possible and we were just in time for very soon indeed Capt Hare then sta tioned at Bardstown had struck the trail of the Confederates in 0the Boston country and followed them up And then it was the battle commenced in earnest Hines kept moving on up the St creek until he got on what is known as Wilmoths Hill now owned by L B Samuels There hVformed s line and had he known the country and bad trained horses he could have dei feated a regiment But his horses being fresh became un r manageable and then it was a running from there on for at leastbree miles to near New Salem church when darkness hded the battle SEVERAL CONFEDERATES i KILLED y It wasjieyer known how many yankees were slaiu but there were three Confederates killed On rwas killed on the Napper place now ownFd by L B Samuels one was killed in the roadat Chenoweth graveyard and the third was killed on the McKenzie hill neir Deatsville The three were gathered up by the people in the neighborhood and buried on Sunday evening in the Chenowetb graveyard Tneone killed on ihe McKenzip J hilt was recognized by uncle Tommy Cpnn as James Oldham J of Oldham county Uncle Tommy notified the dead soldiers people andthey came and removed his body to Oldham county The remains of the other still slumber a in the old Chenoweth graveyard in a much oeislected spot Right here we offer the suggestion that it would bi right and proper y for tlioseia cbargeof the Confederate dead to have there mtisof those two brave Con 4federItes removed to a more b p Pale Thin- Arvoiis I blood must be in IIyour condition You what to take tbea take itAyers Sarsaparilla If you doubt then COIIHkyollr doctor We know what he will say about this grad old family medicine Tkk II tlM Ant etlon7mr lector wovld ek Are yevr bswel regulr He know4Ujr as4 e et bowels S absolutely to feeevery Xe your liver acu- vefJ4isYule= akla Mia- thft4 A OtrpIf YII erC cua lJ ciy PUCTNAL w 1W psblls- g ssfl or delaH- c E r II Four Chapters5In the Thaw Tragedy VELYN NBSBIT was her mothers I 1iJI Christmas gift She came Christmas day 1885 Her folks were persons of humble means in a town near Pitts burg Her father was a highly re spected man Just well enough off to DialntnlnblstnmUyIn Jf2 cumBtances He i died when Evelyn l1tfwas a little girl- vi arid left but little i for his widow and sVBLrjyresBiT two children Ev elyn was such a pretty child that photograph rs began to request of her mother the privilege of posing her Then artists of the brush and easel wanted her to pose for paintings The mother took her to Philadelphia where the girl posed Then she took Evelyn to New York where there was more money in pos ing Charles Dana Gibson who created the Gibson girl was enraptured with Evelynrtistlcally He painted her In a picture which he caUedThe Eternal Question Some of the artis tic fellows raved overthe little Pitts burg girl calling her eyes the most eautltulln the world Girl Fda H tile Stace One man conceived the idea that Evelyn Nesbit might make a stunning stage favorite because of her beauty That was George W Lederer He took her under lila wing and tried to feojeh her how to appear on the stage but she proved to have no dramatic talent whatever and after some brief appearances In the chorus of one or two COIn panles she dropped quietly out of the glare of the footlights As an actress she was Impossible She had no talent Even physical beauty will not carry a woman of the stage to favor If she cannot sing or act But the unfortunate child was seen on the stage by several med who tre quented the Great White Way One of them was Tinny Thaw Another was Stanford cte The latter was a man of note In New York His father Richard Grant White had been a celebrated literary man a critic and essayist of weight He was himself perhaps the leading architect in Amer- Ica About fifty years of age he was one of the best known and best liked men In the great city He had created great and beautiful buildings such as the Madison Square Garden the Washington Memorial arch and the Venetian palace of Mrs Stuyvesant Fish onFiftht suitable place Even n are very few that can point out hspot where they rest OLD CITIZEN in Bardstown Standard State of Ohio City of Toledo 1 ss Lucas County J gyqnlcJ Cheney makes oath that ft- cisentorpartnerotthei firm of P rCheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and stste afor saie and that said fhm will pay the sum of Onc Uuncred Dollars for jeach ani every case of Catanh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Ch ncr Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Dec ember A U 1886 sEAtI AV Qlcason Notary public Halls Catarrh dare is taken internally nod acts directly on the blood and mucous miafaces of 1the system Send for testimonialsfreer F J Ceeney Co Toledo O Soldby all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Snak Stops Clock Lancaster KyA very un usual and at the same time ex citing occurrence took place here pin which W E Morrow the jeweler had a harrowing expert chargeofTuesday climbs almost to the top of the high steeple on the court house to wind and look after it The doc stopped just at nine Mr Morrow ascendedl the tower and the weather was cold cosed the trap door be hind him Imagine his surprise and hoijror when he beheld a huge black doake wiggling and striving to free itself frpm the wheels of the clock It hoc crawled over the machinery and two of the wheels had caught the tail of the reptile holding it fast and stopping the clock Inadvertently Mr Mor row grasped the rods which op3rate the hands tj one of the clock faces his terror causing him to give them a powerful wrench which moved the entire clock worKs backward and re leased the snakes tail from the wheels The reptile rolledl quickly to the floor an J made after Mr Morrow As toe space in that portion of the steeple is only about fifteen feet in diame ter the race around theclck works was a verv exciting one In a few moments the reptile stopped and threw itself into a coil preparatory to springing at Mr Morrow There are sevpral otthej olkcorniCejorOnce on the bufewt J soondattactedi people on the Street some hun Nesbitj fbapterlllTi1aw and Evelyn Her Mothers Chrlitmis Gift Artists Rave Over the Girl Not TakntcdrEnoufh fartheSteThaw Send utitulI Grand Piano and Other Costly Presents Stanford Admirer Girl and Youth In Europe Together Arrested In Swltxerland as Man and Wife Married at Last J wI avenue Ie had painted In water colors wIth such success that he received extravagant praise Twa Rivl Fer OM Old Stanford White frequented the theaters and was known as the friend and patron of ambitious chorus girls He became the angel of Evelyn Nesblt After that according to accounts the Nesbit girl and her mother and brother knew poverty no more They removed from a boarding house to apartments of luxury null the girls mother no longer made over Evelyns hats and gowns But Harry Thaw also admired Evelyn Once he sent to her apartments a grand piano Other gifts as extrava gant he showered updh her After a time Evelyn went tp Europe and Thaw also turned up again in that con tinent They were much together Stories of their escapades floated back to America to scandalize the Thaws of Pittsburgh Once Thaw was arrested in Switzerland for Speeding his automobile with a woman purporting to be lila wife The woman was little Eve lynNesbit Nat- urallyjl the report spreadtha Thaw bad mar ned the girl Then Mrs Wll llam Thaw of PI ts burg- I threatened to cut down the 7i annual allowance It Harry Thaw to 2 400 Under the Swill of her hus band she hat j thatpower4 She could cut him sl oft from his full ARTISTS RAYED income until he ABOUT HER reached the age of thirtyfive Two hundred dollars a month of course was not even cigarette money for Thaw He came back to the United States tq smooth things over with his family At the Cumberland hotel hi New York Thaw engaged rooms accompanied by Evelyn Nesblt The proprietor demanded to know If they were mar dredfeet below and Dive Ross jailer went to assist Mr Mot row When Dave stuck his bald and perspiring head through the trap door he saw the snake coiled and watching the window by which by which Mr Morrow had escaped Drawing a 88 caliber revolver troll his pocket he quickly fire the five bullets into the reptiles body Two bullets stuck the snakes head and it was soon wiggling about jn death Ross assisted Morrow from his perilous position and they held one anothers hands in joy at the narrow escape Little globlus of an nshine that that drives the clouds away De Witts Little Early Ricars will scatter the gloom of sick headache aud bil liousness They do not gripe or sicken Recommended andsold here by the Red Cross Drug Store- WANTEDBy a prominent monthly magazine with large highclass circulation local rep resentative to look after renew als and increase subscription list in Springfield and vicinity on a silary basis with a continuing interest from year to year in the business created Experience desirable but not essential Good opportunity for the right person Address Publisher box j 57 Station 0 New York Those Wicked Club Doctor to wife whose husband Is ill Is not your husband a hypochon doeRntlbelong to any society at allMeggen- dorfer Blatter sit Is better to lose all In the search for good than to be contQnt with the worst Van Dyke Mind Is the partial side of man The honrt is everything Hlynrol WHY US A UTIZX describing fully all your syiMtons land und you Free Advice to pUJn seal 4 cnvdoM Ladles QutUnoon Medicine Co Tent J9 net They declined to admit or deny iAatrlmony Then the landlord ordered them to quit his hostelry They moved the girl taking lodgings with a friend and Thaw living at another hotel but still associating with Evelyn He took her out tff gorgeous dinners on the Great White Way1t Mother Insists M Mtrrlifc Finally the Plttsburg family that the newspaper notoriet InslstedI cease The best plan was ipCEThaw the girl to torI he did the emony cert place at Pitts burg The moth er of the young man received IIberwent well It appeared that Thaw was m through with his youthful In discretions and AWOTHEB FRIEND bad settled WAS WHITE down to a life of oberness Tutors were engaged to coach the little bride so that she might appear creditably In society She was not a backward student and got along swimmingly being able to make quite as fine an appearance as though she had been to the manner born As time wore on the affairs of Thaws took a back page In the sensational Journals and the whole unhappy matter seemed to be sealed with silence and forgetfulness But Harry Thaw could not forget the past There were ghosts In Jt T ere was the ghost of Stanford White for one Whenever he visited New York with his wife ns he did more or less often for the Great White Way still held Its Irresistible lure men who had known his wife iu other days still looked admiringly at her for she was good to look upon One of these was Stanford White architect of beautiful houses and admirer of beautiful girls Thaw was Jealous as any man might be nnder the olrcnnistances Slivering Mirrors Mirrors are usually silvered by coat ing the glass with numlgam For this purpose a large perfectly Sat stone Is provided and upon It Is evenly spread a sheet of tin foil without crack or flaw This Is covered to the depth of oneeighth of an Inch with clean mer cury The plate of glass perfectly cleaned rom all grease and impurity Is floated on to the mercury by sliding seas to exclude oil air bubbles Itte then pressed Iowa by landing It with weights In order to press out all tthi mercury which remains fluid This is received In a gutter around the stone After about twentyfour hours It Is gently raised upou Its edge and in a few weeks It Is ready to frame Hit Perseverance Henry Arthur Jones the noted Eng lish playwright was giving the students of Yale an address on the drama Your American vernacular IS pictur esque hcsnlduanll It should help your playwrights to build strong racy plays But neither vernacular nor OilY thing else Is of moment If persever ance Is lacking No playwright can succeed who is like a man I know said to this titan one New Years day Do you keep a diary Philip Yes he answered Ive kept one for the first two week in January foh the lost seven years His Good News I have said nlawyer a he entered his condemned clients cell good news at last UA reprieve eagerly exclaimed the prisonerNo a reprieve but your uncl has left you 500 and now you Otu meet your fnte with the fuitisfylnp feeling that the noble efforts of your lawyer In your behalf will not go unre warded London TitBits Honest Boarder on leaving Madam you ire one of the most honcflt persons have ever met landlady I am glad to hear you say that sir Boarder Yes your honesty Is conspicuous on tho very front of your establishment Your sign says Boarders taken In London Telegraph If we fall to conquer smaller difficul ties what will hecome of ns when as saulted by greater Thomas a Kern Pis i do 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Price 40 per acre No 4 255 acres threegoOd barns two dwellings plenty of grass All ot the farm readr the plow Price 30 peracre No5 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 miles 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 timber plenty good tobaccQ land good barn fine orcharcd good large dwelling Wilt make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12 The most desirable house in Springfjeld Well loeat d No 10 196 acres 7 miles from Sprlngfleldon good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good Stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plnty Qf water Price 30No 18 174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room dwell ing on good plke31i mllesfrom depot one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings tip acres bottom land 60 rods stone fence Price 32 No 19 2751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling twp tobacco barns will 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 hOuse carriage hoase outbuildings new Price 850 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 81000 No 22 121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of waters Price 15 per acre No 23 1391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tQbacco 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 repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 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 pining laid in cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn this year No 27 701 acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres of tobacco tine well milk house hen house smoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom- land Price 1800 No 28 160 acres 35 miles from Springfield on goodroad mile from pike plenty of tobacco land welt fenced Price t30 per acre easy payments No 34 231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 0 miles from Bards town 6 miles from Blooirifleld 10 room brick dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothj and clover 40 acres In corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted ma chine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson county i Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 35 225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap r9omdwelllngStable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard lot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000SNo 38 180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike Farm in good grass good six room dwelling fine stock bare well fenced Plenty 8toc water i5 per acre NO 39 10254 acres good fOur room dwelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of tim The Engineer Git Ascertain successful engineer who 1fthisno energy would be vnsted had cs couuIws visited by friend Who complained that the big gate loading Into the IYouhe A man who likes to have everything just Mf should not have a gate that so haul to open 1Ab said tile engineer you dont see It with the professional eye That gate Is a part of my system It Is con nected with my waterworks and ev ery person who comes through It pumps up four gallons Into the tank on my roof J I Quieting Waves You have all heard no doubt that oil IfI poured on the water has the effect quieting the waves The reason Is that the oil forms a floating film which protects the surface of the wa ter from the currents of air This greatly diminishes the friction between the wind and tho waves Just as oil diminishes the friction between solids It was recently discovered that soapsuds also bave a quieting effect waves When soap Is mixed with onI ter It greatly Increases the Power ot the partlclc8 and the suds therefore fprm a thin film Just as oil does with a similar effect t What Tree If you were in the Klondike what tree would you need Thq fir tree If you were sea sick what tree would course you long for The beech tree of If you were a dwell what tree would you think most fit The spruce r If you were In love what tree would you wish for The pehr tree If you lost port of your hand where would you gq to get It mended To the palm tree If you wanted to call attention tq something what tree would you Mate lCedar see tlaJII a i ber plenty cf water both stock and tobaccoland closetoacre perI roondwelUnggood land good grass barn and all outbuildings line welllln yard 2750 fromSpringfIeld dweliingbuiltNever failing spring tn yard milk orchardPlenty willholdand all outbuildings Pine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters churchPriceNo 45 164 acres one and onehalf smalldwelling oflocalfromSprlngfielltimber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price4375a per acre fzomSpringfieldacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty oi 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 Plentylocustschool Price 33SQC per acre No 50 82 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room plentytobaccolaild orchard good fence fine water close toschool two miles from depot 50 peracre No nl 152 acres 4mUes from Bloomfield on good pike In UCooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson county Good five holdtwentyfive grassfinewaste land on lana On rural route Price 47 per acre No 52h35 acres 5 room Dwelling1 8 acre tobacco barn god stable com crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres fine tobacco land onehalf mile from pike Onethird of purchase money down rest In one two and three years Price 821 per acre No 53 A good investment iu city property on Main street andCovingtouSeveral other pieces of town prop SprIngfieldlveNo 55 200 acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwelling tobacco b4rn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty grass Farm situated inone of the Best neighborhoods in county One of the best farms in connty Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre No 56 265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike close to church and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn new stock barn Price 40 per acre No 57 163 acres 3 miles North of Mackville on Wlllisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acrSNo l9L 133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and meat house milk house fine well and fine orchard tjO trees fine tobacco land close to church and school Price S30 per acre No 60 330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn and two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of todacco land Price 15000 SNo 01 125 acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acres of virgin soil 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn buggyhouse75 acres of tobacco land dwelUngtobaccotimber farm all in grass well watered close to school and church 5 miles from Bloomfield Price 15 per acre No 63 180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling oh pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco land plenty of water One of the best tobacco farms in Nelson county Price S50 per acre TH- EB1ueGass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Spring of 1907 s large line of 4 Fruit and Orna mental Trees Evergreens- GrapeVlnesAsparagus Shrubs Bhubaro and Small Fruits We have no ag nts Straw berry and General Catalogues on application to H F Hillcnincjcr ft SOBS THE ORIGINALlA- XATIVE COUGH SYRUP VoraIlCeeMasdase4itski I JTkeJlee- xpellinr CoWl from the QI tern by reetly mortar the bowel A certain relief for croup and M M tTM7 whooptarxaucb ettie I Nearly jDl other touch cure art- constipating especially tontalnlnrOpWes Crinds Lalatlre Honey Tar mores the boIs centeiM1 no Opiates V TrsitsLjKENNEDi HONEYARS K Ci eWITT A 00 OHtOAeO U S 4 Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Our package niiioMMt is seller 7w6fttllJe4 Jfor 10e at McElroy A Sbadfcr T rODo 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