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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 4 ES7ABLSIIED 1N3 doF II J uiuh lmw iiis4 vi d it SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KEHTUCKYMARCH 14 1907 I tII UUESV0L XIY dL i 2 + tOO PEI ttc ffE N tRuEJRllSTJ PRACTICAL 9ENTlSrotsce Ter HaiTdon Barber tal1lrkatraitOAAbl Pj es lork guaranteed r 2 8PBINGFIBU JIT e M 0RECTWY t JNIXIlfGFIVIfO county seat of ifiiiti b ihlT COtyI S2 miles soutli MMt t4eiii 4S9 Miles from jiyile 0It JlamltowI branch a f juIflin4 jashyille aallroad i aiittfiaiAjr5TI aid agricultural district D i11akifc iefr ph AadlelephohbI- fcftit xpr Mo4fce flour Mills lumber fit Poi11atioll00J population of ity 1sooI iktiacgreSlHo 1 D 1aitii Ho4enYille Ky I iIpIsNtILtivs isxeatsiecy LeKis i atKrcJSMi VID Claybrooke tate SnatHon yiLebBonKvrj LaaOttet Ceiifl itriciiy cntcuiT COURT iCtrewk Co rt b gins on tke J01ttt ft Ri IM 1ebcuary4ay41 OctQ Jb Ig4 iITsirIuaaJi1 L bMomwealtktv 1r jiebt A hoe tcJcrk Master Q5lSS- e tff14ackaaa I QUARMJ4YCOURT A d oartil 4 1 tlsethir- d04pyeack et i pI YfJad 7 t cOURF atetenthe o1xTY t rIl fourt- h4MmiNL tkec1 J f I t FWPeoker CStT Clerk I TLXayee Co Hty Attorney I CailtttTaUr as4yoarse SkCCif ii IckIshim1Rait74dkm Dtpbltisl riZJsrasiT Keen County Surveyor If gJkyaM Assessor Wstck iI Deputy aibwt X4 reasarer XtY oeco1et i pt of coan tat Wft o iI ciTY COURT 3ipgL Woe Police Judge iiG1ee Marshal 1 b City Attome a 11 JUtiICB COURT Jftk ccjutaare held in January a1i jtYaK9C10b r iSCMrch rectory f Jf iqmODIST CHURCH jay lfe W Lyon Pastor Ser TJUwji iktHe lintand Third Sundays IgckMoatb at 11 am mnd 730 p m 1mmt yIckool evary Sunday atlO am 1tiJ eer Wcdaesday aJkr1 CATHOWCICBURCH iiT t le tta or Ser y iecrsndayats and 10 oc1oc- 1LiTStrTl es at StRose same hour jfP r7CHRIA CHURCH i iJ1labtCT Sevi ft i1svl1daT C FJtESBTTIBIAN CHURCH R yE C LaWson Pastor ftHHJtfluz eteijj Sunday at 11 am sW SJlt7 pmday school every 1Prayer meetlij l yryrkaradsyeTm1u at 7 oJek BAPTIST CHURCH RerWtt Harriton Willh nf Past JPrtaA f CT ry Sunday at If am f m4 7tI puudaySchool every t 4 rt9i30 ia Prayer meeting VrrMetSY ieaidffi at 745 oclock tftatsrial Orderssri I a t 3utAik x ixJX Springfleid lodge- t If 50 i eets But and third Monday M eli lMtk fctkiartoa R A Chapter No 57 ets every secoid Tuesday Jwejgfie1d CouflcUNoS mp1 crtoarth ar4 ofTKAcaausMeetKTI Jr3 rlflO F lEYSIHOEYAND TAR 1ilRlllI UIA1IYEcNth reudy1 1 eoI4a tlaftatattc11Kft fa No opUtM Nonalcoholic r alrerybody Sold everywhere TIP iiIatihii HONEY sad TAR Is laj1IIlgyu5 sbetitiitm- I S tg For ails FRed Crossflrug8tor w Jwc r THE NE4 =LEAER i ftradrainfrreSH Hv HHHHHNfi fiI 1 t Ii1i ROUND L6rliTlItd i i MM M Johns Wealth s i Three hundree millions bill he s worth V How poor John flmustf eelt Just millions nothing else on earth- Hd misses much thats real vThriee hundred million ducats piled Inone large yollow stack And a digestion sadly riled With stomach out of vhack Three hundred million yellow boys Todo with asmay please Andyet he doesnt know the joys Of buttermilk d cheese Hes gotihe dollars in his clutch y Bufclittleobd theyrdo 4- He cannot eat a jolly Dutch Lunchjust like ine and fyou v Just twenty million plunla year t Bu they give him rio delight Hedgiveem all to eel the cheer i Ofagoo4appetite A liundredtnousand plunks a day rNdw doesnt that sound grand But John would gfver em all away To eat good corned beefandiI grand3idsethei Ive goi anJiumble cottage and I toil t rmeetmybiJJs But1jpJg estqns soinethin fine AhdptlteO R AnddTriot trade these joys of mine Forall John Ds todayU The Commoner ii GOD CAMPAIGNER There is probably not ia the Rep blfc npartY4 1 Kentucky aI better campaign speaker nor a mat who has done more good t1 dworkon the stump for the party during the past twenty tveare than Hon follnWt Republican other strong Democratic cou nties in the days when it was danger ous for a Republican to assert himself so greatiy was he outnumbered In the Presidential atjaga of JOOOMr Lewiswas selected as one of the party epresentatives to accompany Theodore Roosevglt then al candidate for Vice President t onhi tour of Kentucky ThbI special train bearing the party stopped at Moorehead lu Rowan county where speeches I wereJ made by Mr Roocevelt and others from the train Mr Lewisbeinp left over to make the principal addreSs at theI courthouse Thel4orehead Kentuckian at that time publish ed the following complimentary notice of Mr Lewis speech Hon Johq W Lewis of SpriDgfieJdj Ky covered him self all over with glory here last Monday His exposition of Beckbamism and official thievery in this State passeth discription When he concluded his fair eloquent address llast Monday ever man in the large audience would have followed him if necessary as the poet saidaf- Uthe six hundred into tlie jaws of death into the jaws of u To say Mr Lews was fair logical and eloqaent does hVt begin to describe him h f TEMS OF PROPERTY The X books of the county assessor gives some interesting items and figures about the property values of the county According tohe assesscr s record the people of Washington county are not given to owning many luxurieo such as diamonds but rather have their money invested in something of more p acii cal value For example there are only nine diamonds of a total value of 5335 reported while the number of sheep is reported at 10007 with a valiia tion of 130675 The books show that the people have on hand at bome in stockings bureau drawers and other places in cash 2 495 while they have on deposit in banks 212365 There are 1014 mules 77 Jacks and 92 jennets owned in the county while the number of breeding mart S and colts is 2862 which re yalued at 130605 There ate 74 store buildiugs in the county valued at 93275 and 355 tcwn lots valned at 327520 The value of vehicles greatly exceeds the valuo of agricultural implements which does not peak well for the industry of cue farmer the vehicles being gritted at 34075 while the im pIemuts are only worth 12300 The amount of 1505 covers the yajge of books owned in thej Bounty while the value of jewelry I other than diamonds and watches 13 put at only 20 The total byIsents just so many dollars The repprt shows that the Frederick town district has more liorses and cattle than any other district in the county and Springfield No 8 has more town Jots and mules Springfield No 9 has the greatest number of hogs while No 10 is more literary and comesto the front with the larIi gest number of books The Brush Grove precinct has the credit of producing the mos tobacco a J1 Cf HOULD BE ENCOURAGED 9 Springfield has a new k dustry established1 especially for the benefit of the farmers of this vicinity which should be encouraged by the farmers and citizens generally The Wash ington County Creamery has been in operation now only a short time and while the results have been fairly satisfactory under the circumstances the industry is not receiving the sup port iit deserves Those who have tried it and wbo are in a position to know say that there is more money for the farmer who keeps a good herd of dairy cows aud whos lts tIe product tto a creamery than in almost any other branch of farming In other states farmers make good money by devoting their entire attention to their dairy hard planting only enough crop tto furnish feed for their cattle It is certainly an easy way to dispose of the milk and does away with all the work and an annoyance of butter making at home which bas caused many a good Housewife to threaten to leave her husband The in dustry is new to many of the jfarmers of thissection and it is a matter with which one will haye to become familiar before Its benefits can be appreciated It is thought that when Spring opens up and there is plenty of grass that the receipts of milk at the creamery will be increased One local farmer who keep a number of good cows says that his dairy herd returns a greater per cent of profitthan anything on his farm tobacco not except ed 4 1 Row to Remain Young To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan McDonough Ga did She says Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of chronic liver and stomach trou ble complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin red as flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Elec tric Bitters I can now ao all my work with ease and assist in my husbands store It Guaranteed afc Haydn Robertsons Dreg Store Price 50c Let Us Enjoy Life Dont be melancholy Melan cholia is the mother of dyspepsia and the grandmother of failure No man can hate himself and enjoy life The man who goes about with a grouch on his face and a desire in Ins heart to strike his mother inlaw has missed true philosophy of liv ing tj Melancholy is responsible for more meaiocrework than lack of ability Doiyouu work cheerfully if you dont lay up a cent The man who insists on being by pochondnachal wilt contract jaundice chilblains cold feet fainting spells neuralgia of the liver acd corns Enjoy a joke now andlihen if you have to carry a diagram about in your pocket Laugh at bttle things as oft n as there is anything to llaugh about The result Will be an occasional laugh just for the fun of the thing Laughter makes the marts go and friends come Be good to yourself and grow fond of yourself It beats fault ndtng and quarreling and grow ling Whatjs the use of carry insr discord about In your heajt Being happy is merely a matifcr Of temperament I See the colored gentleman Has he castles of gold or silver Is lie talented or courtedcbr praiseo Does the finger tof fame point at his wolly head or play tag in the front yard of his domicile And yet see tiow 7 happy he is Go thou and Io likewisesave the docjor billf and enjoy life It is the only way Exchange In 1897 I bad a stomach disease Some physicians saldDyspepaia tone consunkption Oue said I would not live until Spring For four years I existed on boiled utlk soda cracker and doctors prescriptions Icou1d not digest anything I ate then I piced up one ot your Almanacs and Iit happeded to be my life rJIboughtafifty cent bonie of Kodol and the benefit I received from that bottle all the gold in Georgia could notbuYiIn two months I wen- backtomy work as a machinist and in three months I was well and hearty May you live long and pros petic N Cornell Rodin Ga 1906 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 Cress Drug Store MothesSkinT- hesuccessftll grafting of skin from the body of one person to that of ahother was performed here a few days since Miss Lillie Chinn daughter of Col Dallis Chinn formerly of this city but who now conducts a laundry at Cynthiana was the subject upon whom the operation was performed and the skin used was taken from the arm of her mother Miss Chinn was employed in her fatherslaundry and whle at work the ironing machine got her fingers caught between the hot rollers They were severely burned and lascer ated The young woman was brought to this city by her moth er who consulted a physician in regard to performing the operation The physican agreed to undertake the intricate job of making the transfer of the skin and Mrs Chinn consented to- ro have the necessary skin cut from her arm Th Joperation was entirely satisfactory and Miss Churns wounds have almost ntirely healed It ia said to be difficult to detect the places where the skin was grafted onto her bind This is the first ctise of graft ing of the skin from one person to another ever performed in Harrodsburg and has attracted considerable attention Har rods nrg Democrat LIsteD and remember the next time you suffer from pain caused Jby dam- pweatherwhen your bead nearly bursts neura1Iatry Ballard Snow Liniment It will cure yoilA prominent business man of Hemp stead Texas writes I have used you liniment Previous to using it I was a great sufferer from Rhcma tism and Neuralgia I am pleased tp say that now I am free from these complaints I am sure I owe this to yonr liniment For f ale by the Red Cross Drug Store- Lewis For Governor The Columbia Spector says In casting about fora candidate for Governor it seems hard for our slate makers to get outside the party factions and Federal offlco holders andit seems that this must be done if we have a united party Why not nomi nate a man like JohnW Lewis one who is not only a leader of men and a man of splendid abili ty but a campaigner who is the equal of any man in Kentucky and has always been so loyal in devotion to party that no faction clique can claim him Nomi ne te Lewis or some man with his qualifications back him with a good ticket throughout and victory is ours The State is full of gocd material but no man- it is better material than this man Garrett D Weathers AvontWKy says My hogs were so badly diseas ed with chol ra that I did not think medical atd could poalbly save them I gave them Burbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it cuted them wlfhont single loss It is the only remedy I have ever used that would cure hog cholera Sold and guranteed by SpringfieldIky A fEW f SUGGESTION From a Tobacco Grower to the American Society of Equity r WlLLISBURG Ky MR EDITOR If you will al Tow me a small space in your paper I will attempt to make ia few suggestions which if carried out rhelieve will be cf great henefitto the American Society ol Iquity Now I am ga tobacco grower and I am in the fight for Equity Now we havegained one great victory and the far me 8oof Washington county should be very thankful to the leaders pf the A S of E iin Washington county They have wfrked almost night and day in their Struggles fctgetgMhe far mars to pool their tobacco and they have succeeded in getting I suppose about 00 per cent of the tobacco inthe pool 01 Now farmers there is another- peintwe should think over se rionsly andthat is overproduction Now Jets not choke the infancybythat we cant handleif Would it not be Nell enough foe this society to limit every members crop 1 believe it could be done by supplying every local in this county with pledges to be signed by its members not allowing any member to cultivate more than one eighth of his farm in tobacco and by so doing we can cultivate our tobacco better and make more clear money than we can by attempting to double this amount for farm hands are a thing of the past Now we are organized and lets bea unipn in everythiog that is great and god Now we should keep in touch with one another and keep informed OL the movements and business of this unbn Now how is the quickest and best way Here is my plan Now of course the locals are controlled by the Couaty Unions and the County Unions by the State Union etc Now suppose we secure enough space in the NEWSLEADER and the Springfield Sun one of these papers are read every week by nearlyevery farmer in Washington county for the Secretary of the County Union to make re ports of new business changes made sales made or call meet ings or any advertising the Union it ay need and we should have crop reports Let the Secretary of each local make a report at least once a month of the condition of crops lnhis locality through the paper and the county Secretary get from this his report which should be reported at the State Union and then it should be published in our official paper Now I believe the best rule for the locals tq adopt to keep its members enthusiastic and to keep everyone thinking that a great responsibility is resting on him iis to meet twice a month and take up some point on farm ing for discussion and have every member take part If you can get a man to say we in stead of They he is with you i but if he says they there seems tea gulf between you As a rule farmers cant talk much but since the American Society of Equity made its appearancethey- are going to eugabbiest peo pIe on the globe It has been mighty hard to make a farmer believe he bad any power or In fluence but the day is last ap proaching when the farmer will be the master I am a member tof the Pulliam Local We have 38 members with FHAsh Pres W E Foster VicePresident S D Hale Secretary and W P Ryan Treasurer Let us hear from Qther members Your Brother in Equity W E FOSTER San Her Sonso life The happiest mother in the little town of Ava Mo iis Mrs S Ruppee She writes One Vear ago my son was down ith such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable to help him when by our drug gists advice I began giving him Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed jimprovementtlk- eptthis treatment up for a few weeks when he was perfectlj well Hehas worked steadily since at carpenters work Dr Kings New Djscovery saved his life Guaranteed best cough and CQ d by Haydon Robertson Druggists 50u and 1 Tiial bD tie free 1t Big Eagle Caught D1oomfieJdXyN D Me Claskey a farmer near Bloom field captured on his fdrm a gray eagle measuring seven and onehalf feet from tip to tip of the wings The bird with its mate has been seen in this neighborhood for several months and has destroyed a great many lambs and pig3 Mr McQaskey went to a straw stack to feed some cattle when he saw the eagle on top of the stack feeding from the body of a dead pig He watched it until it alighted on the ground among the cattle Securjng a- pole near by he struck the brd Ion the back of the neck dazing it This enable him to capture it a lye and take it to his homej where he has it In st large coopc Killed HUUncIe John Best aged thirtyfive struck his uncle Alfred Best last week over the Ihead with a rock hammer and he never regained consciousness dying pnj Sunday night Alfred Best aas sixty years of age and the two men had a dispute over the sej Ircton of a preacher for tbeI Pleasant Grove church in the western part of the county Aj few words brought on the diffi culty and the young man picking up the hammer delt the oder one the fatal blow He immediately left the neighborhood and has not been located since though Ihis father tele phoned the officials that haJ would come in and give himself up They were both prominent farmers in that part of the county and had always been peaceable and law abiding citi zen The unfortunate affair bos been a great shock to this community Anderson News l OO OQO XKHXK OoO XXXKKHX fSI g f Ask your neighbor about 2 THE VULCAN CHILLED PLOW He will say it is the BEST for that is the uni 4 verialI verdict of thoe who have used it It4 ba9stood the test for years I have the Vuki11 iin 9 Y Wood and Steel beam Also have ths ClUid g pattern t t g AJiIlj l Line of Eloi liddlrk Gkir lJohn Lily BiI bef pIt gj1j 0 Succesior taRayao L fearbw 9JQ T= 7w i 1t 11 p 1 isjquLLtt LI11Ir JI jR I Ii t 7 Z t i f I i S 4 4I4KING j4 EiMakes the finest light estbest flavored biscuit J I hotbreads cake and pastry Rendersthe food more digestible f v and wholesome1 S J AB50LITELY PURE iitfiAXIHGKJWDO COMWYONC INTERESTING I ACCOUNT Of a Good Work in the Mountains From The Pen of Rey Miles Saun ders i1 ShepherdsvilleKy RFD No 2 Dear Friends r Some of our Washington county friends are interested in our work in the mountains es pecially so in the Log College where Louise and her husband are in charge oIa great enterprise Jt is in Perry county on the middle fQrk of Kentucky river just ertbe mountain from Crocketsville in Breathitt county 25 miles from the rai road Inaccessable yes except on the outside of a mule Five years ago I pitched my Gospel Tent in John Grosss garden and we worked seven days inthe week and had from fiftyto a hundrei and fifty a tBnJants The next summer wo built a frame church Louise Chapel The work has grown there and in the surrounding communities ncw we have fie sawea log buildings With thirty six rooms in all and we are teaching over two hundred pupils One hundred and four boarders beside local pupils on the grounds or in the immediate neighborhood about sixty of them taking the normal course soon to be common school teach erStSix professors teach the common branches and the Bible We have an organized Presbyterian church of two hurdrcd members a telephone connecting us with five county seats This week we and five of our members are at work on a gaso line boat of twelve h rse power t oe launched on the river the first of April A change has tius com ovr the face of Jack Grosss old briar field at the foot of Bunker Hill mountain The college telephone and boat are valuable adjuncts to our mission work The Gospel will up lift any peoph who lay h jld of its hopes and practice its principles You may ask me were there no preachers and churches there when I went No nouse for the woshp of God hal ever been built in all thati reago TLji first was Ed Callahans church at Crocketoville 7 years ago There were preachers and a few of them could read some 1 heard one of them preach a sermon on the text The Lord rolled out Qf Jerusalem Ywi ah The people had Meia9iMi t bad aL and the Lord jat ml out and leftm1b fM- Th ptople are mostly g v Irish fttock Vrpng and men The women are for the most part gOodV kind and pure = icWe lovftvthiem and can tTerrt Iba thankful enpcgh that ibeIooi Lord eas allowed to carry the glorious go pel toiha Your old pastor Miles Saunders Cures Bleoit Skin Dlaua Cutcer Greatest BI i4 Purifier rte If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or iu of hU1torsif you have blood poison cancer carbmtdes eating sores Scrofula ecaewa itckiofrisings and pumps scabby piloskin bone pains catarrh rheuma tism dt any blood Qr skin dlaeaee hl take Botatitc BlooSf aSKTk R painsJstop and the blood is made pure aM rich Druggists or by express S1 per ifrltiIICBloB is especially advised for ckrekdeepseated cases as it cures after all else fails 9lyrr k McGbord I yr tJif LebanonKy C C McChori chairman pf the Kentucky RaIl road Commission and a eandi date for reelctibril before titprimary to be hdd im tbeSecoH Railroad Comm M oa District April 2 1907 w f here todayt II Before leaving Mr McCbord deposited with the HOB Siel i T Spalding treuurerof the fDemocratic committee of tbe district 3000 the entrance fc s required by the rulfei adoged by the cOmmittee to befepoMfcei by candidates to defray fcbe ex penae of the primary It seems to he the COOC BSM of ppinion here that tIM food work done by Mr McObjs I 1pon the Commio1li bd rsed by the voters of thedui tiict and that he witibe remcwjlj nated in the primary without any trouble a Mr Spaldiajf to JfDot tie committee delegated the tbcirV ity to make all rran- hoding iete Jbc there is the more priaiirfVim thaa o e date has made all a tHiddfor ballots ballo otfierthinft fleoeary43ior ecfdueling the pri 1I 11 WIUPA7Bck 1 At a m etinaof iHepeftriof Directors Of the Kimtiiiki Ohio Burley Tobeeo Grower representing forty botiaties of theburley btIdt ro taay morMiHj steps weft take t effect the isoiuI4onottboj associaiicn k 4 IIt was decided toappoist a committee to d trib 4i Iitadji Wnow in tke hands of tte sjtion amouHtij 10 7IOO ti tfrictK was caused Illflog byn effort to glr Ibk t caonerto Us AraJirtosa e1tt1 f ftk1uitYboMsi lMIldlllllfaiW cand tbs jyo fy will be ntmmied rtto the origiaal cooirib tors Sbis were s j4siy fr M the work of tU rist ksMy whMi It ht iliisi n rQfr has revolted ioi a big advanoeirv the price ot burley tobacco fl- kexingt4u Observer 4 THE NEWSLEADER JYXKY CTUB8D AT IA if s1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD KY E L DAVISON Jr = iI4jGCIt or inea notices 10 cents par vllMllant11i1l1rU CWU M 1c1atel and political matte IIij18r tis oa at Jowratel but cash fi b JW t1ivftof pccdE A TKta1ag COBU OU made on liberal IiOW14rLei and resolut ons ofrispect bs pirlia d1fOJfCllllK1tJl y 25O- 1FtrietOeS4 LstJ Mistrte lrQO TflitJRiDAT MARCH 14 1907 jh IUI81torO ii ii i Thiarm r all have the blues about ifee bad rainy weather Mr Ballard Settles bought a bora liom Bjroe Parks Price tiiko a A 8 Hines was in Springfield Saturday on business Mr yioradce Bines who has sick with pneumonia 19 jabk to be out again LlSettles swapcd horses tfwithJH Settles Monday Mi e Mattie Smith spent sev enl daya laat week with Mr Will Smith and wife- J Yrs James Coulter who died Tteaday morning at the Lebanon 1Mrmary was buried Wednes day at 11 oclock at the Willis burg cemetery Rev J A t 4Sims preached the funeral She left a huband and three chil dren two sisters and two brother bides other relatives to mourn her death The last words she said were that she wanted to get well but if it was the Lords will she was willing and ready to die Mr Edgar Settles bought of J W Settles a load of corn Corn is a very scams article in this part of the county MeWould like to hear from Maya Creek again so wake up and dot gst drowsy The last letter they wrote was a very in tertAting one Mr Jessie Thomas entertained quite a largo crown Sunday but still there was not a hand in tbe crowd that he could hire to begin work Monday 1ThA Sof E Is the talk in this ccommunity and the farmers are signing their 1907 crop of tobacco as fast as they can t I aeaai tbBI UOmDlcctIor Onw Laxative Fruit Syrup stimu 4 r laiesihe liver and thoroughly Clenses thi system apd clears the complexion- of plpele and blotches Is is the best laxative for wowed and children ai it is Mild and pleasant and does not gripe or sIcken Orlno is ranch 1i uperlor to pills aperient waters and and all ordrnary catbartics as it does not irritate the stomach and bowels Sold by the Red Cross Drug 1i lilire Valley Hill t Asnews items are exceedingly scarce the Ed and kind readers willl please excuse bur feeble at s r teiipt this weekri J Mr and Yrs John Kays Sr of Polin spent Monday and Tiwfcday with Mrs S T Hardin of this place jfcnong those who dined with Mrs and Mrs I L Janes of f this place Tuesday were Mes dames E C Janes J L Moran C L Grundy and Benedict Janes also Misses Misses Mattie and Baogie Brown and Annie ilnrntta of Springfield All enjoyed genuine hospitality tendered them by the host and hostess and departed in silent V hopes that nother day will soon dawn with the same brightness and joyment for each one as t n imYited guest at the hospita k bit hone c cf ii NEW SPRING ATTRACTIONS t In Check and Plaid Novelties in Dress Goods at I5c 25c 35c Spc 75c and 100 H Plain Wool Dress Goodwin Black and Colors Serges Panama Batiste Chiffon Panamas Henriettas Voile Danish Cloth MohalrsIA GREAT VARIETY AT LOWEST PRICES Novelties lo Side and Back Combs Ribbon Neckwear Hand Bags c Wash Goods The most attractive stock ot Wash Goods including Mercer ized Silks French Ginghams Bornaby Ginghams Mulls Batiste c Newest Things In Jaconet Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries Val Torchon and Spanish Laces Rugs 912 Axministers 20 9x12 Tapestry 1- 686x1OIaestry 1150 Moquft Rugs 4t Moquet Rugs 3Oilcloths Linoleums 4ff 500 Pair Lace Curtains ranging iir price from SOc to 5 CUNNINGHAM reDUNCAN Mrs S J Montgomery andl ebildren spent Satudray and Sundav with Mr and Mrs J R O Neal Mis Benedict Janes of Mdp spent Friday night with her mother and sister of this place Mr and Mrs R L t Springfield visited W T Beam satur1day YIMrmeeting an untimely re cently while hauling sawlogs howeverhe escaped with a slightly fractured hip Mrs Amanda Goatley is stay lug with her sister Mrs S E Piles who is quite ill at this writing Mr Carl Perkins and young bride nee Miss Boone visited at the home of the latters parents at this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs W F Parish ard son of Poln visited relatives in this section bundayIMrs Palmer Goatley accomI panied by Mr Jeff near Maud visited their sister Mrs J W Tucker of Spring tieln Saturday and Sunday Miss Ardia Wal the popular telephone operator at Moores ville passed through this section Sunday enroute home afte visiting relatives in Springfield the latter part of the weekIMrs W N Footer ville visited friends and relati yes during her weeks visit here and returned home Saturday morning regreting that she could not spend many such here This is her first visit home since her arrivall In Ken tucky from Missouri where she and her husband spent one year BrooksvIIIc Misses Florence and Lee Steel were guests of thei brothel Will at Glens Creek last weekaJoe Noel was at Rurgin last week pn business Greater Louisville Exposition March 13O- l Louisville Ky lljZl In Readiness511L FoF Spring Business Exclusive Styles of Tailored Suits Gowns Waists Skirts and Wraps Gutlftangament that none are better Leaders in Styler Progressive intMethods Absolute Satisfaction prjodest Price The Winning Points H J Gutman 8 Co Inc LOUISVILLE Clothing Weare prepared tQ show the most uptodate Clothing ever shown in our city and we have the exclusive sale of Hart Schaffner Marx Suits These are the finest ready to wear Suits made ranging in price from 18 to 30 Elegant line of Welworth Clothing for men Suits Welworth 20 for 15 i Suits Welworth 18 for 1250 Suits Wei worth 15 for 1000 Suits Welworth 1250 for 9 Suits Welworth 10 for 750 t We also have the exclusive sale of the celebrated Per t ction Suits for joung men bovr and children at prices l that others ask for much inferior goods J Carpets Sultena Cottage Capets 30 cents Sanitary Extra Super Carpets 35c Union Ingrains 40c C C Ingrains 50c v Ingrains1OcTapestry vlAxministets Mattings 15 to 50 centsP I Goatleyof Joe Dennis has moved from Burgin to thi3 place Noel Bros haye sold their lambs for July 15 at 61 cents John Keeling of Tatham Springs was here Sunday gunrAbout all of the pooled tobac has been taken up which we 1co is a winning thing for the to hold to You should be very careful of your bowels when you have a cold Nearly all other cough syrnps arc constipat Zag espeslalty those containing opia tea Kennedy Laxative Cough Syrup mores the bowels contains no opiates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drugs Law Bean the encorsemants of mothers every where Chldren like its pleasantl taste Sold by tbe Red Cross Drug Store Pleasant Hill isIWe are sorry to report Miss Anna L White of Tatnam quite ill of typhoid puetlmonia Mr and Mrs Harvie Thorn pson spent Sunday at Mr Lewis Browns aj Fair View milyIlThis is the firstSpring month land I suppose everyone is triad of it having had so much bad weather sMr Isaaac Durr of Ktrklan visited his mother of this place one day last week J M Royalty is convalescent at tbis writir Rufus the little SOD of Mr Worthington Burns who was so unfortunate as to burn one of his hands almot to a crisp by falling into the fire a few weeks criprpie Miss Sue Colin is with her grandmother Mrs Kays qf Anderson county who is very ill Miss Lillie Coroish visited her parents at Ithis place a few days last week and was accompanied home by her sister Mr George Royalty purchased a milk qow of Jas Durr price 30 Mr Jonathan Royalty is co better at this writing Found At Last J A Harmon of Lizeinore West Va says AtlastI have found the perfect pill tftEi never disappoints me and for the bene fit 6f others afflicted with torpid liver and chronic constlpation will say tale Dr Kings New LifevPlls Guaranteed satis factory 25c at Jfuydou Rob rtson Dug it J Buries Springs A Editor of NeV5L ader Dear SirAs I have been a reader of your valuable paper for some time and have never seen anything from this part of the country in vour pacer I thought I woud send you in a feW items to help interest your in any readers Burk Springs is situated in th9 west erd of county 9 milesI from Lebanon and 2t miles from Lorttto and onehalf from the Washington county line on the fine Shoes 11For men45Oto5- W fine and 50 formen3K- rippendorfDittman 8 Misses Chit We have Kid repII Wall Paper We are the largest handlersof Carpets Lace Curtains and Wal- lPaper in this section and be to your interest to see our lines before buy ing We eaThestl solicit your 10000 WALL PAPER cents to cents RED BIRD Here we are now with Red Bird the peacock of the flock The one we have been needing for long have been working for your interest get him now you work for mine If we all e1eIinhimself to be His colts have sold for higher prices than of any other horse I mention This a saddle saddle hors uid registered Look my sdvertisement in a short time Dont whore am At the same old stand The Fair Ground know you are going to use saddle horses altogether remember my famous harness horse Sunshine He defeated the great Glenbrooke at and last year Also defeated Rex celebrated show horse that won at the Lexington State Far Phis proves him to be a very fine show horse Hs also a splendid breeder Look at last colts that proves he is They had style form and action and of speed Now gentlemen if you want a sad horse you want one that can get out doj If you want a harness horse you want one that can step some Dcnt forget the great mule jack BILL GOEBEL no better breeder in the county Thanking all for patronage last year and to have increase of same front in 1907 am Yours Respectfqlly L D BAKER waters cf Hardins Creak has the large distillery plant of Gso R Burks tt Co where they mash 200 bushels of grain per day and make four and one quart of whiskey to the bushel sin otler words make 8jO gallong of whiskey pr day and feed 150 cattle and 50 hogs This plari has been built up principally by R Burks whoiR a young man of good business qualification cut now owned by B Burks Earnest Bickett and J Kearns of Lebanon which makes One of the strongest firms in the countv The writer of this sketch was once a resident of Washington county having lived there in tbe time of the civil ware in tne neighborhood of Beechland or Poortown commonly called Although has been 40 years ago since I left Washington county I well remember tbe did homestead of boyhood days and well do I remember in the winter of 64 when Buel with his great army came along the Willisburg and Lick Run puce and never left a panel of fence where they camped for several miles along the road and they cleaned up every chicken and goose that was in the hoot However y guess Uncle Sam paid for all the dam ges sooner later IAs I have sid enough about the cruel war I will give items Jrom own country Stock cattle are selling 4c hogs at Ic per pound anJ scarce at that sheep tire selling at old price you would ask Dell Russell of the Louisville Bourbon Stock Yards was at Burks Distillery today to buy the slop cattle at that place wirch go on the market about the first of May He went jfrom t ere to New Haven and INew Hope to see more stock Iii didnt learn whether he bought any cattle not Corn selling at 45c per bushel hay 70c loose oats in the sbeafS2 50 per hundred bundles 4 pounds to the bundle wheat looking fine at present Young grass mostly killed by the late freeze Not much farm work done yet I I 1 Men and Women Williams Koeeland tine shoes for L Douglas Cos shces for men 3 3 Arnolds Perfection fine shoes Coa fine shoes for Women 250 350 and 4 Smiths Sterling Shoes for and all these Patent Vici Box Calf it patronage Rolls 5 40 boys so I to so those can horse is standard bred is for forget I I not so Stanford Lancaster Arbuckle another Is his years what lots die and your hoping au all I II gallons or George is George H as it is it my neighbor or my for any Spring will or is is is Forest VIuw Our community seems like I desert waste as we o ave no visi tors this week We would be plad if J Y Mays and Morrison ONan Frank Martin and Evan Hagau would como this way in company of Irvine McElroy andI Gwin Mitrks Born to the wife of Mr Alex Smith a beautiful little daughter the very pride of his life To th wife of Mr John Medley a sprightly little sweet heart for some nice little boy for in stance little Mr SmlthLCarrico We met Mr Charley Clements and little son on his way las Monday to visit his uncle Mr Hilary Mclntire of Bear Wallow He hails from Lebanon Several from here attendedI the speaking at Lebanon las Sunday evening They were ad dressed by the Hon Isaac Thur manjjf SpringfielJ and others As Clements Vize a very sprightly little boy of Mrs Annie Vizp was at work attending to the horses in the barn he was in some way ktiockdagainsie the sHe of the one the mules breaking his arm in three places We are told that his suffering is intense Great sympathy is felt by all for the little boy One of Mrs Annie Yizes nice mares was badly lascerated by o vicious male hog last Sunday morning and may die Mr Jo Medley lost a most valuable milk cow last week Willie Medley bought a nice two yearold gelding from Mr Jeff ODaniel for 125 Mrs Mollie Orkies bought a for85jFletcher new set of fencing tools and is i I jrfadjr to build fence as soon as the weather will admit We have never seen a tooth from the mouth of any river but would lime to see a plank walk from hre to SpringfieldI Last Monday George Nall r was removing some rock near the residence of Mr Mclntire with a slide and tbe gray horse itched to it that Mr Warren sr 7 T t tio DRobertson 8 Co1t t HEADQUARTERSFORALLI r Farmingg Implements and Tools s Seeds Clover Timo thy Alisha Ii BlueGrass ed Top fcapli t g Northern white 4 Oats etc 4 HARNESS Buggy harness rPlow Wagon and all kinds of strap goods 5 a CO iJ1 MICHIIAHHidenoistipIheyto the rod Tha heaviest woven wire standard farm fence on the market WRITE fOR PRICES AND OSCPIPTIflM r r POULTRY AND FENCE OF ALL KINDSttfAe as A FULL LINE OF HARDWARE AND GROCERIES 3 n PICTURES And- PICTURE RAMES Picture Frames made to order to fit any picture I also manufacture mirrors ChargesReasonableGeoa Nally sometimes drives to the mail wagon took fright and ran off hooking the slide to Mr Charles Clements buggy and dragging it for about a quarter of mile completely demolishing the buggy Alice RooseytltsfetIiliDii was something to be receded in the annals of history Herbine has been acknowledged the greatest of liver regulators A postive cure for bilio us headaches constipation chills and fever unf all liver complaints J 0 Smith Little Rock 4rk writes Herbine is the greatest liver medicine known Have used it for years It does the work Sold by the Red Cress Drug Store rPLBASANT GROVE Mr and Mrs Will Thompson went to ixjuisville one day llast week td buy Spring goods Mr Robert Thompson bugbt a horse from Mr Harry Browpr Price 160- 8Qme one took the rouble to fill N P Thompsons mail box full oif cern Mrs Will Smith has teen qnite ill for two or three weeks with pneumonia Mrs W S Y GooJlett and Miss Nora Gondlatt passed through here yesterday going to Springfield Mr Sterling Thompson and Mr B B Leachman went to Lebanon on business one day last week i MissLavena OConnor visit ed friends near town last Sun day outtnorth to see her mother one day last week They are all sick at Mr Heny Reeds Often TTkt Kidneys Are Weikeied ly OmWirk Unhealthy Kidneys Make impure Blood It used to be considered that only urinary and bladder troubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves that y nearly all diseases legInningin these most important organs 2 The kidneys filter and purify the blood that is their workI Therefore when yourkidneysare wedk or out of order you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected nod how every orgapseems to fail to do its duty If you are sick orU feel badly begin taking the great kidney remedy pr Kilmers SwampRoot because as soon Ias your kidneys are well they will help oil the other organs to healthoA trial will convince anyone If you are sick you can snake no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect 6f Dr Kilmers SWM PROt the great kidney remedy is soon realized It Jstands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on its merits by all fc K druggistsin fiftycent 1and onedollar size bottles You mayIhave a sample bottle xoeeslHtby mail free also a pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Bing hamtonNY Don tmake any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N yonevery bottle r I WILL THE L I i e Plows Cultjva all Harrows roo bacco Trans planters Grain itDrills etc t1REATEj LousviLLiLV Lp1Thw ONE ERrMAR 1830 NATAflNDUIS ULhUUIL BAND iWmnwnt LbibJrs 0d oitter6EeattIMit RBOOSEVELT PRE5JDENT- r I1tTOUCtP BUTTOf INDUSTRY INVENTION Jf ATTENTION Chattanooga ndit FIELD 25Iir4L1s SEE IT LL I RT A1ill m1UlE 44II +H4 h Raid chajif t4 of nprahBr are hard on th toufbeet cQnstttutioiL The conductor passing from the hetcI inside of trolley car to the icyiwnpcratiir of the p1atforithe canyaster sp odimf am hour or so ia boated buildinf and ttwalking afaiiMt bkinc Windrknow tJM difficulty of avoiding cold IScoj j Emulsion str oftbM tiIbody so tit can better wkhstaad die danger cold fr M ciMtnfet otwprMur It wil help you to avoid taking cold II ALL DRUGOISTSt aoe AND SlOQ s 1 COSE tli1 titj jj Is what give toallI- wprkbroughtmeffJ and aa tja result am able to tli1 GUARANTEE WTISFACTKW ili1 M1U have a watca or I IpIea 0 t dments tors k a a UPTODATE I yuIe O t 0 r a i a I I I I I I l tli1 clock to mend or wish yolr E1sIGHT cno b ilfJj perfectly fitted glasses lam prepared to waiti o joa Jas J Qrares iMain S1ro3tcppostPra byIfisIebDrc bmIUWJNfW8Iscowtat nl W l m j M BURTON Itr PtMiDCNT DENTIST V TEETH EXTRACTfD al WITHOUT PAIN 0 J mock up stln PRINGFlErD KY A111tntal Work Strictly p First crss iJjR j c J1IUDLj PiJ ciii and Sirgeon 0ffifc hours 8 to9 amt ltD2pJn Q oes over Haydons Drugstore Pl M Lampton M Rf Mice in Opera fteusell 0w Office Phene o 3cRest den ce o 28 to iW F GRIGSBY 4 AflONEYAT LAW i fttVos e sTIr Peoples Bank SPRINGFISLD KY JrB RoBAXDS M W FYATT 1 j JBARDS HYATT Pljsiclijs Iud Surgeons t f jdfficepver C W Hagans gro tffc 1cery opposite Presbyterian church DrW W Ray NIT KIAPt AND SURGEONS fficover Havdon Robert onDtug Store- sFJione8inice 155 1 Eesidence 172 4 t JpNYMAYESt All LICENSED EMBALMER E3TELEPHONE DAYilO NI tiT 74 SPRHGFIELD E iRSIroad Schedule DPoowing is the time schedule TOn effecc on the Bardstown to jSprfDRfield branch railroad Ji3 4I LeayeS Oouisville at 4K pm Bardstown Junction 502pm Pardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 p m t No 42 Leaves Springfield at 490 4B Bardstown 617 am 1J rd jown Junction 705 amii arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at 730 jum Bardstown Junction 930 amt Bardstown 1115 am iirriTes fct Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a g 120 prB34 Bardstown 230 pm Bardsiown Junotion 435 pm arriTes at Louisville 545 pm t 4jNo 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Sprinxtield at 715 amjBards ow118 am Bardstown Junction 845 a arrives at Louisville 835 am ONo 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Jmctiof 650 pm Bards town 7M pm arrives at Springfield 025 pm Ti Tobacco ShlDpers OWe wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that weare not connectI ed directly or t anT fbther warehouse or wre- nouie company J j We conduct a Strictly Independent fI Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business and res pectfully solicit your patronage o t G A BRIDGES Co Proprie tors Picket Tobacco Warehouse 8 Lcuiville Ky 408 mo 4 wIIIrEs-Cream Vermifuge TIE filimHTEED WORM REMEDY Tlfe OMUNIENS FAVORITE TONIC j er i THe R- Il r4SMow Liniment Co mf LOUIS MO i5old by Red Crops Drug Stor d aaiiAc of ftbat spicy journal the Enter Ijran ftjuilm my foot last week and at owes ippliedBucklen3 Arnica S lvtJSro inflammation followed ib s lfe simply healed the WO 111every sore burn Mkd skin disuse Guaranteed atHjdcm Eobertsous Dra Siore 253a gI i I I TOWN I HftH WHiiiiii iiiNiiililiiiiiiiiiiil Local Happening of Interest The Freshest and Latest i iI AH AboutYourseH Friends i1and Acquaintances gftAAAftlUUUI VanArsdale meal and hominy at McElroy Shaders Fresh fish cveyy Wednesday and every Friday at Hartleras Renew your subscription for 1907 and get a good magazine free BoRNOn the 13li to Mr and Mrs Prank Gray a daugh tor Seed potatoes and a full assortment of garden seed atTIrvine McElroys Northern seed potatoes for sale at lowest cash prices d A Shader White fish and mackerel the best on the market atMcElroy Shader grocery Wanted ountryhams bacoi and shoulders Highest market price paid at L A Sbaders Triump Early Rose Early Ohio and Burbarik seed potatoes at Irvine McElroys grocery Wanted rTenant to raise corn and tobacoo write or telephone at once Thos J Miller A little girl arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Kerman- chmincklas1 Sunday MIPS Sue A Duncaa has for ale pure bred S CB Leghorn eggs 1 for 15 eggs- Springfield Ky R F D 3 L FOR SALE Incubator and brooder Has been tested and proven to be a good one In parfect condition Mrs W H Leachman The grand jury returned only eleven indictments at the last term of court which is the small est number recorded at a court session for years Call at McElrov Shader and get some sliced breakfast bacon or sliced dried beef Sliced order any quantity any thickness by ouI new machine STRAYEDOn my pace near Kelley s Shop about three weeks ago a red and black shoat Owrer can have same by piov ing property and paying costs Will Jones If you have trunks household qods or other articles to be traiisfered you will save time money and worry by calling oh the Springfield Transfer Co Depot phone 22 L PropiMr W K Cocanougher of this couutyhas bought of Richard Ray of Marion county the fine stallion Rayview and will stand him this season at his place near Texas Rayyiew iis the sire of a lot of fine colts in this section Aunt Lou Brown an old colored woman of the town died Monday Aunt Lpus exact age is r not known but she was thought to be near the century mark Mr Ed Russell says she was75 years old when he came Springfield 35 years ago Miss Ella Sweeney of Louis ville arrived yeserday to as sume her duties as matron at the Grundy Orphanage Miss Sweeney is a daiighter of Mr and Mrs Whi Sweeney for merly residents of Springfield and has many friends here who will bo glad to know of her ap ointmentT Mr Sylvester SmJtb has bought of Mr JimMcCullum for 250 his fine Goldust Stallion The horse is a fine animal sixteen and a half hands high fiVE years old Mr Smith will haVE the horse this season on thE farmsix miles from Springfield on the St ROSA and Lebanoi turnpike Mr H S Towlen who ha been assistant manager of thE Cumberland Telephone Co al this place has resigned to ac cpt a more lucrative positioi with the Home Telephone Coat Paris Ky Mr Towler hai made many friends while it Springfield who will regret tc see him leave His place her will be filled by Mr Dickerson who has been inthe employ ol the company for sometime at Bloomfield TOPICS S M Campbell report jjAuct county court at Bards town as being well attendd and several head of stock on the market He also reports sale for Harvey Miller on Tuesday 5 miles south of New Hope as be lug well attended and stock ofI all kinds sold high Horses franI 122 to 175 work mules 125 to 190 per head corn 50 and 51 cts per bushel sheep 8 per head sow nd pigs from 35 to 50 Mr C WJLgan has sold out his grocery business to Mr WPI Lawrence pusession to be given the first of April Mr Hagan is a young man who by his own efforts and energy has rapidly come to the front in the business world and as a good business plan stands second to none He will retire from business for while and will probably go to a milder climate for the benefit of 1 his health Mr Lawrence has ben a resident of Springfield 9forintbe contracting business He has had experience in the grocery business iuwever and will doubtless bef successful as Mr Hagatis successor r I- fTo Organizeoi Mr Woodson Moss the clever proprietor of the Walton ahoteJa movement among the hOtel- men Kentucky to organize a state association for the benefit and protection of hotell proprie tore A meeting has been called for April 18th at the Seelbach Louisville Mr Moss Has a i letter from Mr Otto Seelbach- in which he promises aid in the t movement and kindly offers free of charge the large banquet mil of The Seelbauh for the aeeiing Mr Seelbach also i irqposes to givathe hotel men a complimentary banquet during the meeting Mr Moss has re t ieived many promises of assist inces in the effort from hotel men throughout the state t a Deathof Mrs Mon omery Mrs Harriet Montgomery widow of Mr RB Montgomery died at her home in Springfield Tuesday night after a long illness of infirmitives incident to old age The deceased was 73 years of age and was a greatly belovedI Christian woman beena resident of the county all her life and reared a large family of children to useful manhood and womanhood Her husband who was one of the cpuntys most substantial farmercjtizens diedI in Aug 1905 Mrs Montgomery is survived by three daughters and five sons The daughters are Mrs Pattie Blanford and Misses Louise and May Bell Montgomery The sons are Messrs Alex Price of Kansas Frank James and Lum Mont gomery The funeral services will be held at St Dominic church this Thursday morning and the interment will take place at the cemetery at St Rose Quick Settlement Springfield Ky Feb 28 07 J I BrightSLebanon Ky Dear Sir Have juit received check of Great Eastern Casualty and Indemnity Co for 1333 amount in full on my claim Yours Truly L D Baker f Card of Thanks I take this means of express ing to our friends and neighbors my thanks for tfteir many acts of kindness and expressions c i sympathy to us during the l s illness of my belovedwif JA Coultert Dairo of Pneumonia A cptd at this time if neglected Is liable to cause pneumonia which is so often fataland even when the patient has recovered the lungs are weakened making them peculiarly susceptible to the development of consumption Foleys Honey and tar will Stop the cough heal and strengthen the lungs and prevent pneumonia La Grippe coughs i yield quickly to ihe wonderful tive qualities of Foleyl 5oney an t Taa There Is nothing else just good Sold by the Red Cross Dru toree fiCodol Dyspepela CM t THE NEWSLEADE II iI II I Spring Millilleryq tII i IMissWilla Knott iis now iin Cincinnati Land studying the styles and selecting a bJ line of the 1jI 1 She expects to return with something to please all of ofnewgoods her customers and in time for an Easter Display I4 0 cssscPERSON L Mrs W K Marks is visiting her brother Mr R P Nell of Louisville Miss Flaget Simms has returned to school at Nazareth after a visit to her mother Miss Martha Reidel has re turned to her home at Taylors yille after a visit to her brother Mr J W Reidel Messrs Will Huston and Will Brown of Maud spent Sunday here Miss Myrtle Price iis the guest of Miss Gertrude Stoker of Bardstown Messrs Will Robertson and Richard Kelley spent Sunday at Bardsto vd Mr John Spalding of Bards town spent Sunday and Monday with friends and relatives here Miss Jennie Cokendolpher has returned to her home at Chaplin fter a visit to her sister Mrs WIF Grigsby Mr Harry Shader of LouiS- ville spent Wednesday here Misses Nell C Green and Anna J Simms spentThursday in Lebanon J Miss Ceclla Smith has re turned to Lorolto after a yisit to relatives here Miss Zula Nalley has returned home after a visit to relatives in Bardstown Mr Howard McElroyand little daughter Elizabeth spent Monday in Louisville Mr Kent Barber has returned to his home in Bardstown after visit to his lather Mr John R Barber of near towna Miss Susan Irvine of Lebanon is visiting her sister Mrs George Wharton land fier aunt Mrs A C McElroy IDr J B RoBards returned from Burgin Monday where he had been several days alt the bedside of his fatherjnlaw Mr N L Buster who suffered a strokeof paralysis of the left side last Friday Mrs R Bards is with her father t Mrs J F Pett s and child aTe visiting relatives at Preachers yille Garrard county Rev R E1 C Lawson is ai victim of la grippe this week Mrs Louis Logers was in Louisville last Monday Mr H M Grundy and Miss Mary Lee Simms are in Cincin nati buying goods for the firm of Grundy Mclntire this week Mr and Mrs Carlisle ClelJandI of Middlesboro are visiting her father Mr James T Gregory Mrs Fbnnie E Meyer who has been visiting her niece Mrs F M Martin several weeks left yesterday morning to spend a week in Louisville and from th re she will go to Oklahoma to make her home Mr and Mrs Foster Baird of Louisville were guests of G W Lyon and wife over Sunday Miss Florence Hamilton who has been visiting her brcther Dr Rod Hamilton at Darlington IridM has returned Mr Dawson of Louis ville visited hjs brother Stan ten Dawson who isi attending school here Sunday t Miss Althaire Medley visited visited Miss Adelarde Kelley of Crescent Hill the first or the week Dr Rod Hamilton and vjife of Darlington Ind are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Alex Hamilton at Frederickstown Miss Ellen Gregory returned to Harrodsburg where she attends school at Daughters College last Suhaayi after a weeks visit at home Mr John Shuck McElroy Jr is at home this week from Cen tral University Danville I t PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY On Monday March 282 Being county court day we will sellut public auction on the premies at aboUt 2 oclock pm the valuable town property on Main and Walnut Streets known as the Mansfield property Janc1 later as the S J Sock prop erty and now belonging to Truax f Goode This property consists ot good 10 room frame dwelling barn buggy house and outbuildings also torgegard lot next to town branch Toe above property will constitute a very desirable home to suit the most exacting and will proven good investmept lo anyone bay ing money tojnvest TERMSThis property will be sold lot onetbird cash balance in one two and three yearns of equal notes bearing interest from date of sale interest payable annually and notes containing the precipitating clauses Purchasers being required to carry insurance for not less than 3000 in some good and solvent company id favor of the holders of nptes on said property so far as their interest may appear Possession of aboye roperty to 1he given in 30 daysirom date of sale W S GodDE MAT TRUAX Mi ona is not a mere digestive it is an absolut cure for stomach troubles uMoney back iif it falls to cure says ttie Red Cress trug Store r 7 IginA 1i t IS Worth of Groceries toibe sold if 4 cost for tIft t i CASHii A Sale to close March 30 1907 X l I Produce same asoashII i IICI I 1ItsWorth m ijj traveling a long distance m to have your teeth extracted S Without Paid or Danger All work guaranteed il If If If Ii L G CRUME D D S If Bardstown Ky If If 3 t t Ji THE FEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send for Kentucky estimonials GE Etiltomito efp year G B Burhans of Carlisle Center N Yt writes about our years ago I wrote you sialing that I had been eutlryly cnred of asevere kidney ttouble by taking less than two bottles of Foleyf Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brick dost sediment and pain and symptons of kidney dlscaie dissapeared I am glad to say that I have never had a return of any of those symptons during the four years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cuacd and heartily recommend Foleyte Kidney Care to any one qjiffering from kidney or bladder trotble Sold by the fted Cross Dtig Store iiIJ4Ev SPANISH ESCURIAL t Is a Marvelous Specimen of Ancient Architecture The Escurlnl the palace of the Spnn Jtli king an architectural marvel for rncrly ihstrlbed hs the eighth wonder of the world Is now seldom spoken of even by those wbo ire ready to go wild over much less pretentious struc Ifures The cornerstone of this Span ish St Peters was Jaid by Philip II in 1503 hutIt was 302 year 1855 be fore the inonsfrous1 building was pro nounced finished It wus built by Phil ip fulfillment of a vow to erect the finest monastery in the world should his forces be successful In their great battle with the French That battle was fought at St Quentin on Aug 10 1537 St Lawrence day and In order to honor that saint as well as to fulfill his the king had the foundation of his great memorial laId oft In the shape of a gridiroft the Implement of tbrture upon wulcbthe goodly Lawrence Is reputed to have suffered martyrdom To those who have never vlsltedthe Esc rinl the size of tt e gignntle strud lure Is beyond comprehension It Is 740 feet from north to south and 580V5 feet from east to west the square tow ers at each corner rising to a tielght of over 200 teetffWithin this monstrous building are the kings palace a cathe dral a monastery of 200 cells two colleges three chapter houses three li brary bulllings five large halls six dormitories three hospitals and over 3000 other rooms In order to make St Lawrences gridiron complete the building Is built In quadrangular form with seventeen rows or ranges of monstrous stone structures crossing each other at right angles these forming the gridirons ribs the handle being wing 470 feet In length The church i which is a part of this vast pile of ma sonry Is 354 Teet long 230 feet wide with a dome 330 feetln height It Is estimated that the building cost 5ooooo KNew Pure fuoddillt Dmz Law We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds arid lung troubles is not effect ed by the National Parej Food arid Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom mend it as a safe remedy for children andadults Sold by the Red Cross Drug store it a Where Snow Falls If you are not a lover of snow goto Malta which is tlC nearest spot where you are certain of complete Immunity If yon are fond of It the suburbs of St Petersburg will furnish nil you need to ask for there you may be sure of it for 170 days In the yean The happy medium Is supplied by Copenhagen with thirty days while Palermo Rome and Venice with one two and five days respectively may be recommended to those who merely care for snow as a casual and fleeting guest London ChroniclerHit Suggestion That young woman Is not Intelli gent amiable or even decently courte dollars ous Oh but her rather Is worth A million Then I think she should be required to display a notice to that effectlh Loulsvllle CourierJournal tA Question My wife thinks she will never find a better cook than the one we now have f Humph Uhersny what would you LUlt your wife n pessimist or at ODtlnilst Cleveland Press Kodol Digests what you eat and quickly overcomes indigestion which is a forerunner of oyspepsia It is made in strict conformity to the National Pur Food atd Drugs Law and is sold on a guarantee relief plan Sold by the Red Cross Drag Store At the first sympton of a cough or cold breathe Hyomei TI e- bestjecploalWaYS have it in the houiejand cure a cold be fore it gets deepseated Com plete outttt 100 Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store f s 4 r4x444 9 i HomeMade i The Besti1tiI jBearI This In Mind f I Almost every dealer in theOJ county ahd adjoining oUtfes have learned frorri experience ithat We make a grade QT harness that gives satisfaction tothettrade You can comedo the fac tory and examine the material and see it made and see that wee iuse no rotten or burntIf stopk i That is why we can t- ttGuarantee Qur Goodi i iiInSstI on the HomeMade iARTICLE and if your DEALER cannot sppy your wants come to us and we will teLl you wr ito1 get it If you want something special com so A the factory i I RepairingP Neatly Done i1I It Reasonable Iriws II BLUE GRASS MANUFACTURING CO 1 ti IikJ- SPBING w wHw 1 u 1 I IJcLoT13II J 1 t 3 We are fittwf inrlinofSP- RING CLOTHING for men anilboJl aid WelhjaI selection of fa 1 1 Strauss Bros Fine CldtftesfI TI Call and make a selection w a W 3 W 1 We are making a specialty tl itseason of r f I I HananH Shoes jl l The finest Shoe on the markefor men Also have a nice line ofv 1- I 1 lI LadiesSOx ords 1 0 All sizes PricM to MMtfi l3I I Tb Robrtson OlayblookeOoi ta INCORPOitTEDS fIL 1 i fm os f y b 5 BIG FACTORIES v The Styles o- fDiaiiiond Brand Shoes are Exclusive An officer of oyr company designs our styles and patternsrand docs nothing else This unusual attention to detail results not only in originality and correctnes oiyttylie but in truer patterns and better fit This is one reason whyDwiod Bran Shoes snug up under the arch and hold their bi shape so nicely j7K4Z mm99L ASK OUR DEALERlORJIAMOND BRAND 5IIOS t 1r1 THE LOWEST RATES 4 lw4lJFtr6rti r Loujsville r SExpOSition Period r TillT L V I iiili mi IlLfeOPEN MAKB 18 r f i t f iittt yri f 1Crsateres and With Low Rats and iV NatI naI JMQue laseball Tams c Wiil Make LoulsvHle Kentuckys Mc a For Two Weeks Beginning c I March jand Ending March 3d rIfl persons are now counting the I it 4ays which must elapse before the opeaJng ot the Greater Louisville Ex posaBB March 18 The manufactur ers and other business men ol Louis villa have been steadily engaged on the big enterprIse since November 21 last and tlaeyriowsee the fruition of their hopes in the exhibits which are bng daily installed in the Big Exp sttion Building The work of construction which on paper made a most excellent Impres sion is in its final completion it I- sJlnla far more beautifulthan anything the designers had expected The con tructiokfof tjie exhlbil boothS cost the 11 tt GIUSEPPE CREATORS The Greatest Living Bandmaster Exposition Company a great sum of money but the result is said to more than Justify the expenditure The rates to Louisville which got Into effect qn Monday March 18 on all allroads will be one fare for the 4j round trip With Monday March 18 S asthe first selling date the rates ob taliion Thursday 21 Saturday 23 Monday 25 Thursday28 and Satur day 30 all good reti rnlng April 1 These rates have not been beaten by any rate ever announced for any ex position in the history of thecountry and it Is said that the interest offered by the Greater Louisville Exposition justifies the rato to the last degree Not alone do the railroads offer these excellent Inducements but all steamboat lines making Louisville have offered similar inducements The 4 Louisville Evansville Packet Com pany and he Lee Line offer a rate of onetand onethird tare for theCojpund trip including meals and bertd while the Louisville Cincinnati Packet Company offer one fare for the round trip exclusive of meals and berth TJfus all Kentuckians may travel cheaply and comfortably to Louisville during the exposition period with suf ficlent stopover privilege to allow them to enjoy the exposition In every detail and transact such business as they may have in Kentuckys m trop olls before expiration of their tickets Such zeal Is being shown by the ex hlblt6rs in the matter of getting jn stalled before the evening of March 16 that the Board of Directors or the Greater 9 LgufsvIHe Exposition have an noun ed that they are now In position to accurately gauge the appearance of the great ball when President Roose felt touches the button and the wheels of the exposition are finally set 1mo 0tion Decorated with ralnbovAtlnts- nataral and artjficIaiMfolIage and flow ers the exposition Ihall jsn trutht a GJt dreqm of beauty Even Jeemlng with bus nctJYltlos and resounding with the blows of many hammers and the grating of saws as it is at present It Is saId by all whp know that the ex positionl far surpasses any previous 1effrts made by Louisville to take her Important place am6ng the great cities P 1 of the nation Kentucky and all Kentuckian may 4 3jrell 4be proud of Louisville for shej 4as under the stressof many difficul 5tIes made an exposition which will wtonish all visitors when they enter Its doors Visitors to the exposition will be peeted by strains of sweetest musf c produedbY the famous band of the t peat Creatorei who vlll give two peri Jormaiices dally throughout the fort light of the exposition March 18 fo 30 This same Creatore Is a man of tre mendous personality rich in every thltig hicli goes to make up a really Breath mustQlan A Neapolitan by b IrtlDnl an American by naturaliza ttonhc tins P1i wnre the crowned heads of Europe as well as before those uncrowned Tdngs the musical J critics of the New York press No where has he failed to receive the highest praise and he has repeatedly declared that the musical taste of the peopjeof Kentucky Is as an average the most P9A i I 1 Ask Your i OwnDoctor 4r If he tells you to take Ayers Cherry Pectordl for yoir severe cough or bronchial 4 hastnYthililWe have freat confidence in this Medicine So will you when yotfpnce know it Tki Wet kiwi o a Mctiaonta- lhIliU jor eYe iixtr yean wz Anr es Lowell XaM AM pufI1sri If MaAPAIILL D nus IflMtYIoOW aft M mill tiWe Jll1bu- lseJIDralJCaU MU aiMUelsci fCeep the IswsSs open ftt1one of Aycr0 Pills At bedtime just one- 1 w wV r iv I LiAEF ii FourChaitersln the Thaw Tragedy TAN FORD WHITE architect artist man 8 of the vorld devotee of the Great White Vaysat beside a Stable in the roofgarden theater at the top of the Mnd GarqnI1had designed inline tower of which he occupied a luxuri Ious den It was FS the night of JuneI WhITEplaceSTANFORD was crowded On the stage the chorus girls and a iou brette were singing a song from Mam zelle Ctiampagiie the refrain fcf which wasl could love 1 million glrls1t Harry Thaw and hlayoung wife were also In the roof garden TJinw wa watching White rather than the stage Suddenly lie arose walk over to- wherethe architect sat drca revolver and fired three shots point blank at White who slipped to the floor dead D1en Thaw made qne brief exclama ton it ls VHe ruined my wife toBy the sweat of thy brow Shalt thou catbrejid Under existing conditions of society some men eat bread whlch they have dot earned but it Isnotalways whole Vome bread fflHfifeffebts frequently show Locked In Murderers Row Thaw was arrested at once and tak en to the Tombs prison that massive pile of masonry In New York which looks like a mediaeval castle There he was placed in a cell In murderers row to await trial upon an Indictment charging him with murder in the first degree According to stories which were cir culated at the time and for months thereafter Thaw proposed to rely upon the unwritten law to save himself from the electric chair Ills friends caused the publication of the most startlingly sensational tales concernlnt the relations of Stanford White with Evelyn Isesblt Thaw prior to her mar riage coupled with insinuations that White was still pursuing the ypung woman with hLi attentions after her marriage Very much of maudlin sympathy for Thaw jvasT expressed Condemnation of White was general for a tinifc His luxurious den In the Madisbri Square uuruvu ujttei wns as a place of nocturnal orgies flxr- posurSs of Whites alleged relntlbus with other chorus girls were made Then for a time the tide turned Friends of the slain architect came to the rescue of his reputation Richard musical worxn tnat ne nas ever seen fhat the great master has not been overestimated jn Louisville and in the rest pflhe United States is attested by the following paragraph from tho t London Dally Tribune The baud certainly deserves high praise it has received in The musical qualities of the tone theI style are great and although Creatore walks about the platform and conducts by means of gestures might be called sensational l whichI no trickery about his nte of the music The instruments have that clear rather shrill tone which thbIItalians prefer The cornet the priri slpal clarinet the trombone for In l stance are all remarkable as virtuosi The ensemble fsas fine as possible and the clean pnfaslng especially In torte passages goes beyond anything we shave heard from other bands From every point of view this IsKJi finer band than that of Sousa and there rls much In Its work which should attract musicians as wpll as he uncritical When It is p nsld rod that the work if this great music master may be list rved without extra charge arid hf admission prier is only twontyfive ents the fact will be re diy recog ilzidalhatLQuisvlilG Iis putting fort- hveryeffoi1lo4biet glvq limminse valneifor tlIYnl which will be re vived 4 ii epgsttion gate For those who prefer music and aughter in the evening nil outdoor jittrtainments during the mornlns iml afternoon there Is the excellent ihrjice of visiting LouisTllles outdoor tttrastlons In the morning and seeing IT excellent baseball team in action n the afternoon From March 25 to 29 jnclaslvp qre WunIe games ot base jall l etw 9nstihe Louisville team aid i ome of the itrDlJ est teams In the 1 National mid American leagues Low railrdad ratfs Greater Louis ville Ejtjwsitlon Croatore baseball what more could be needed to InduceI me to tafc a pleasant little he metropolis of the state there to receive the welcome oCher people iindfr the most gratifying conditions lie uusizess m pof LoulsVlU stand vith outstretched hands awarlns tiie Isftor from K ntucVy and the visitor from jSlBjawJicre and jfs J Kxposiiiou Building Ill be the mottlB place for many an old friend to neet other old friends and for kindred splriti to come together for the first tlnre In fact there line limit to the joy and profit which will be derived by a few days visit to Louisville during the period of the Jreater Louisville Exposition March 18Jto 30 if GoodjTimes For Farmers 1 5Mt Sterlingl KyThe fajrnl ers of Montgomery county are1 l t bacco razy and the largest Peerage ever grown in thcJ corir ty will be put OuMhjs year sf imated at 3800 acres The price realized for tile 1900 crop ip this county have ranijed from 8 t 16 cents per pound and quitt- a numiler of crops hhve sold at 14 and 15 cents straight There hIs teen over 3500000 pouncV 1seasonover cropI aTeraging over lOi cens per j f tihet lcreaseI iacerage vnibetpja6putin nearly eyerone of them and for the first lime in yjears an ovtr pro duciioD iIs predicted and some jEfowtrs are fiarful llest the l Chapter 1VThe Shooting of White He Ruined My Wife ull1 Stand by You Harry IV Arrest and Imprisonment In Murderers Row of Tombs PrisonMeals erVed Hot From Fashionable Cafe Bi Tips tojJail Attaches Ffefusfcs to Enter Plea of Insanity Visits From Wife and Mother In Cell House J J JJI larding Davis for one published u igued article In a weekly magazine- n which he argued strenuously that tanford White was utterly incapable f the things alleged against him Thaw In His Tombs Cell All this time Harry Thawsnt in his ombs cell Impatiently awaiting trial and declaring 1 ffik that he felt no I fear as to the outcome Ills I young wife vis ited him dally and his mother i also came to his aid It was she who had permitted him tp have his full IIncomehis mother at the solicitation of of his sls conei ItLe said They were sor- ryr for harry THAW FIRED TiuiEE and w a u t o d SHOTS him to have plenty of spending money So Harry Thaw sat in his cell and waited When first locked up he had lrjO in his pockets In a few days he had exhausted that In tips to the rison attaches and was flat broke But there was more cash left where tthat came from and the prisoner was soon supplied with spending money Bveri ln prison he must be a spender Thaws meals were sent to him piP lug hot from a fasliloun ie had costly aife uptown He had dined there often with Kvelyn The clint nt this cute set lila Inventive faculties to work and devised an Ingenious contrivance to keep the Thaw SQUP and other viands hot In transit to theprlson Cigarettes of course were easily purchased A trip to Europe after the favorite brand however was not pos ilbld The prisoners friends and relatives sought to pre alt upon him to let his counsel plead Insanity as the defense but to all such entreaties Thaw was leaf He Insisted that the killing of White was Justified upon other grounds rend determined to submit his case to n fpI icewilldrop to 5 oa 7 cents The tobacco situation for 1907 iis not at all encouraging to the grower notwithstauding the high prices vhich have recently been paid and the market is off now 1i to 2 cents The Amen can Tobacco Company dos rot seem tobe tearing its clothes off to secure the 1906 crop or what is left of it and the pool does jiot eem to be bothering them them to any great degree lThe stock market too is ex ceptionally high prices of all kinds being higher since directly after the war Since January curt there have been at least 350 mules sold in thismirket at an average of 15Oeach or 40000 Some of them have sold as high as 250 a head AI most any old mule bringing 100 Borses have also been in in a great demand and many have been sold at pric s ranging from 100 to 300 with extra good ones bringing from 500 to 750 The hog market has been so high that eating bog meat is just like eating dollars They are readily selling at 6f cents per pound with good ones at 7c In soina instance tbe hogs were the head as high benfpaid Hog 1P1fchasedbY arlicle at al farmers p efer thewepd to handling the stQck Sheep STre also high bringing front 5 to 7 50 per head with the extra gofjd ones as high as i 00 Nearly all the lambs in the county have been sold at pricos ranging frornG to 6t cents most ly for June and Juiy delivery The crop is a gooJ one Fiesh fish oveyy Wednesday aniFevery Fridayat Haftleins i USA LETTER describing fully all your tndwe sertd you Free Advice In plain sealed envelope Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga MrdkineCo Qatianooza Tenn J10 Jury on that line However when thoI trial opened hereditary insanity was advanced as a defense The Law Lawyer But Thaw had engaged as his lead Ing counsel Delphln M Delmas of San Francisco a llawyer who had defended n dozen or more men charged with murder acquitting all of them It Is said on the unwritten law defense This means that he had presented to1 the Jury such a case as to convince the twelve men that the killing was Justi lIable homicide because of tim relations of the slain man with the wife of the prisoner Such acquittals are by no means rare in certain sections of the United States though In New York notable precedents are lacking lnahy event It was conceded that under this line of defense It would be necessary for Thaws wife to besubI Jected to the humiliation of a public proof of the truth of the allegations re1 gardiug her relations with tantord White It Is remembered that Mrs Thaw exclaimed Just after the pistol shots In the roof gardenI HarryI however that Thaw did not rely upon th- eunwrittenI law to acquit himMr Gleason urged that there was a taint of Insan Ity upon both the male and female sl1esot the house of Thaw and declared that the- detendantkllled Stanford White under the delu sion that It was TIIW ON TKIAL ORan nct of Provl HIS LUT deuce that be was the agent of Providence to kill White One of the first witnesses called by the defense the Tinny family doctor stated that he believed Harry Thaw uni j1irn ti he shot White State of Qhio City of Tolcdfl lr Lucas County J FrankJ Cheney makes oath that he iid senior partner of the firm of F J Oheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo count and stste afor snie and that said firm will pay the sum of Onc Huncred Dollars for each awl every case of Catanh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh OiJre Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Dec ember A U 1886 SEAl A W Gleason notary public Halls CatarrhCaro is taken inter nally nUd acts directly on the and mu oud su faces of the bJoodI Send for testimonials free P J CeneyCotoledOS- old by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stpation cutMATTERS Pertinent and Interesting Facts Con cerning the Big Exposition Louisvilles business section will be bravely llluralhated every night during the Greater Louisville Exposition The hotel keepers of Louisville rec ognizing warm friends and old friends in all Kentuckians have announced that no advance In their rates will be made during the exposition period They as well as all other citizens of LOuisville are strongly for Louisville and for all the time Ingenious Kcntucklans will find much to please them in the display of Inventions Is now almost com plete In the Creator lLouisville Expo sition Every Inventor in Louisville has been asked to exhibit th offsprln of his Ingenuity and the result will be a remarkable showing U may be that some visitors will be able to got Illuminating Ideas from this display It has long been known that as a center of literary effort Louisville has considerable renown Her authors have written everything from theology to short stories for children and the Division of Literature of the exposi tion Is busy together the works of all of these atlthors of every form In order to make complete dJs play It is held that no city of its size an rival Louisville In the matter of silent boniomadc literature MONTHLY MISERY is one of womans worst afflictions It always leaves you weaker and is sure to shorten your life and make 1your beauty fade To stop pain take Wine of Catflui and jt will helpto relieve your misery regulate yourfunc tttionp you well beautiful and strong IItvis a re liable remedy for dragging down pains backache headache f nervousness irritability sleeplessness dizziness fainting spells and similar troubles A safe and efficient k medicine for all womens pains and sickness l havelI 1oJ1en completely me J 1 AT 1kW ALL DRUQ STORES IN 100 BOTTLES IcWRITE symptoms Uawritte Kentucky which gathering make WINE OF CAROU I rI 0 DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE BY Se D IAAME Rea1Esta1e ancLrlnsurance Springfield Ky 004 No3 70 acres 6 miles from Spring Ileldi good dwellings good tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water lose to school house and church Price 40 per acre No4 255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All tthe farm ready ftir theplow Price reo per acre No 5 107 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory godd 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 mUes from Springfield 15 acres good timber plenty good tobacco land good barn fine orcharcd goods large dwelling vm make fine di1ry farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12 The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 10 196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 Noi 18 174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room dwell lug on good pike 31 miles from depot one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings stonefenceNo 19 2151 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barn cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine youpg prchar all kinds of fruit large and small ice honse carriage hoase all outbuildings new Price 50- No20 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 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price S15 per acre No 23 139J acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hoid 15 acres of to bacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35i 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 gOO repair Price 60 per acre No 25 248 acres 2j miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar welt 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 70J acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen house smoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No 28 160 acres 354 miles from Springfield on good road tulle from pIke plenty of tobacco land wellt rjlaymentsrj on Stoner pike 0 miles from Bards town 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room brick dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons off hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 4Q 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 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 No 36 House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70x210 Stable coal house anti cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 No 38 180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike Farm in grass good six room dwelling Soodstock barn well fenced Plenty stock water 3 per acre No 39 10234 acres good four room dwelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of tim ber plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tQbacco land 71 miles from Springfield dose to school and churcm Price 30 per acre No 40 Fifty acres four rom 1 wateredlJoodoutbuildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41 220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon oo good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar and cistern Never failing spTing In yard milk house at spring Good orchard THE BlueGrass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY I 01large01 Grape Vines Asparagu Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits We have no agents Strawberry and General Catalogues on application to H F Hillenmeyer Sons WANTEDBv a prominent nonthly magazine with large high class circulation Ipca representative to look after renewals and increase subscriptior list in Sprngfield and vicinity on a salary basis with a continuing interest from year to year in the busness created Experience desirable but not essential Good opportunity for the right person Address Publisher box 57 Station O New York a i Plenty of small fruit one ten acre willhpldseventyfiveand all outbuildings Fine grass plepty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per acre easy payment No 45 JG4 acres one and onehalf smau1dwelJing localposts Price per acre 830 ofI No 46 97 acres 7 miles SprinfffleM on pike 25 acres of fine timber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 5150 peracreINo 47 70 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one ten acre tobacco barn small stable some plenty tobac o land 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 33OC per acre No 50 82 acre five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room plentytobaccoorchard good fence fine water close to schocl two miles from depot 50 peracre No 51 152 acres 4 mites Iron Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson county Good five room dwelling barn will hold twenty gresfineroutePriceNo 52 135 acreJ 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres fine tobacco land onenaif mile from pike One third of purchase money down rest in one two and three years Price 824 per acre citproandCoviqgtonSeveral other pieces of town prop SpringfleJdNo 55 200 acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwelling tdbaccc barn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty grass Farm situated in one 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 ttchurch and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn new stock barn Price 840 per acre No 57 163 acres 3 miles North ol Mackville on Willisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 531 per acre No 59 133 acres 8 miles from Springfield S room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and meatt house milk house fine well and fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land close to cHurch and school Price 30 per acre No 00 330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn aud two stock barns orchard plenttfoffruit plenty of lolcust pots fine water 100 acres off bluegrass plenty of todac o land Price 15000 fromIroom dwelling 8 acre tobacco barni new stable new corn crib and buggy holjse new old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land dtJ1ingIi tim er farm all in grass well water ed Jose to school and church 5 miles from Bloomfield Price 845 per acre No 63 180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tow bacco barn plent of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco land plenty of water One of the best tobacco farms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre INo6 121 acres 8 miles from Springheld on Mackville pike 5 room dwelling frame 6 acre tobacco barn new old stock barn 2 corn cribs ofLfruit JO acres of flue tobacco land 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plenty of water Price 25 per acre No 65 acres S miles from goodIuncet9baccobarngranary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts 75 aces of fine tobacco land PJentv of grass Price 42 50 per acrdl No 66 156 acres 8 miles from Springfield 12 mile from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock Some timber 50 acres of tobacco land Good fence All in grass Price 820 per acre No 67 200 acres 1 miles from Springfield on good lpike room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barnw goodstock 6rn buggy shed and all outltuUding 20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres of fine tobacco Jane Some timber Price 35 per acre THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs sad assists In systernbowels A certain relief for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures are- constipating especially th6so containing Opiates LaxativeHoney the bowels contains no Opiates The Red Clover Bios Is on cysty bottle KENNEDYS mmCON- TAfltfltOHONEPiflAR rCirARZO C 0 pcWITT Jt CO 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