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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 c 77r RSL4BLJSIIED I F 3 v IN 1883 JtiIuhilfliiIrnssIIjl1 I II I f11 1 NEW 8ERE8YOL XIV NO i SPRINGFiELli WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCHl119 07 100 PER YEAR 1 1tJf jlfF TRUSTY T PRACTICAL DENTISTt 0ic rer Havdon Berber A t work atreasOnabiePriCeS l 4l work giaranteed- c SpRINGFIELD KYV rV OUR DIRECTORY t PJUNGFIEWJ county seat ot l WMaiaffte Cwmty 52 miles south ri et eC A xi ctoS 5 miles from i JbaaieYiHrta Sardstown branch oJ aM Xasl1V11e laUroad in i il iaK aP agricultural district O Two Juks t telegraph and telephone c t iinaxpceeoce flour mills lumber f ye pepiatio11oopopulation0f I ifJ15 il JUjireaeatatlYe in Congres j Hon D JL Soaitk HodjrenYille Ky JUareaeatatiTe in Kentucky Leffis Mt Horn W D Claybropke t lEaarMcatltlTr in State Senate Hon MafrVLaaeaster Lebanon KY tit 7 tY Dliyctoi CIRCUIT COURT farC1llt Court begins on the fourth i Ctait la Tebraary Mayand Octo i b V iTBr TaaraTka Judge 4T4Ihirham Commonwealth At affatyV B0btA Hoe Clerk JtGIeachm Bt Master Commis- sii icJ I QUAXTEIOrY COURT s Q art rly Court is held onthe tbjrd lC itayieack montkJv 3J Wiser Judge f COUNTY COURT C VCuit aeets on the fourth 4 trfeaaay is ech m uth I C ttI L Libe1Jttdge if r Booker County Clerk V TSMayef4Connty Attorney U erieCatlettJailerJ gadaey Oebourae Sheriff fcmAadersofl Dfck Wiam S Mirhactlttdkinanj Depntlta JU Mter 1 TeJ Moore County Surveyot r P OBryaa Assessor If T Mitchell Deputy 44tIoe Treasurer lsntgomery Coroner iwSupt ot CommoiS- S li l J P1OStr1ifteld t STv CIT COURT tFiaeRNoe Police Judge t1 Grace MaishLl 1I ytr GWgsby City Attorney J i JUSTICE COURT Jtetfc COurtS are held in January tiAeiJalT aJld ctober diurcti Directory t METHODIST CHURCH 4JtfTfc G w Lyon Pastor Ser yieWthe First and Third Sundays l each moath at 11 a m and 730 p m iSaaday School every Sunday atlO sum Prayer aieetfnff every Wednesday aJ Ekt4 I p CATHOIilClCHURCH- iferk PF Heanetsav Pastors Ser 1ricel ftry Sdayat 8 and 10 oclock f Services at St Rose same hours St 7CHRISTIAN CHURCH a ttJJyeviWTWldn Pastor Seivi ifcivirySimdayw c1 t flSBTTERIAN CHURCH Jluy B E X Lawson Pastor rkI1g every Sunday at 11 am j iiiSt 7 pw Bmnday school every arfiJiy at 10 aii Prayer ineetli lT8lV Thursday evening at 7 oJCk J BAPTIST CHURCH Vi t e WHarrillolJ Willis raPabI Preaching eVery Sunday at 11 as d 74ip u Sunday School even a4ayat930 am Prayer meetini 1evryTaeidav evening at 745 ocloc a f 1 Fraternal Orders AUsdinc LODGE Springfield lodgl II5fS01je t rst2udthird Mquda 3IaclI month ITaskxiijtoa R A Chapter No 5 f meet every second Tuesday f triI1e1d Council Ho 52 meets 01 w rttintrth Monday 4ltxwsKTSof TaE M ACAHHKS Meet J 1 ti i iieathm f- FF DOLEYitIiO- NEYANDTAR l s 1 The oriina1 11YE cough remedy JPfT oIs colds throat and Innj tHNiW Jo opiates Nonalcoholic CiBrirr rjbody Sold everywhere A j TlM jINttIIrie r TV HONEY ut TAR lit Hrpackacf Ref use substitutes i fOI z y S FTNiartd only by May a Oiny Chlcnc- TNj ml bjRedl1proi5j r gBi0r TlfE TEAwbE 11 t 4 HVfii iIIifiv HiUiWvg Ii 1 A ROUND Of TALK 1 IfLI f Music of Spring With a tittkllngf patternd plash And a musical drip drop drip rhe cloudurns of Eurus tip And the raincomes down with a dash Overth frozen lake The stealthy thawwinds creep And the dimpling ripples fast asleep In silvery laughter wake 9i the rack of the rushing rain The gust like a hunter borne With streaming pennon and shrill ing horn Sweeps over the sodden plain warningtSmote through with the spears of gold- Hurled from the suns beleagured 1hod t- On thec1udyheIghts of morn fDip dlopdripoAfAnd down with a silvery clash Front the slender wrists of the weeping ash Her jeweled fetters slip Flushed with a garnet fire 9er fetters of frozen rain Clank and snap in the tempests With a yang of a broken lyre The swarthy hills peer out From their dim gray hoods of mist And a tender gleam of amethyst Girdles the earth around And jubilant sweet and clear Somewhere on the winds afloat A glad song ruflfes the bluebirds tfiroat And we know that the spring is near t Selected icr cpHOBDs WALKOVER A jWe notice that Hon 0 McChOrd is to have no opposi tion for the Democratic nomina Mon for Railroad Commissioner This isras it should be Mr McChords seryjces for the people ashead pf the railroad commission during the past few years have been such that he has certainly earned that recog nition and more Indeed it is said that certain shrewd politi clans who might have at one time entertained designs on Jijci bor4s politilc5al scalp have been leading the hand writing on the wall and hevery wisely concluded to refrainfrbm tackling the buzzsaw A dispatch from Lexington tells of the withdrawal of the last opposition as follows Joseph Botts the lawyer of this city who recently announced himself a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rail road Commissioner in this the Second district and who has been undecided for seyeral days whether he would pay the en trance fee and make the race has finaliy concluded not to run Yesterday was the last day In which MtBotts claimed he could formally enter by putting up the primary fee This even ingi Mr Botts said I did not enter I have nothing further to say As far as known here this leaves C Cf McChord the incumbent of the office a clear field for the nomination and it is understood that the District Committee vill now declare the primary called unnecessary re turn Mr McChord his entrance fee of 3000 and annoance him the nominee It v t TAT HOSE FAULT We have cbeen requested to put in a complaint to Iegister a mild protest on behalf of a Ver highly important portion f along suffering public towit those residents who live on Walnut Street and its tributaries Something less than a year ago the word went out that Walnut Street was to be treated Udia sidewalk Indeed there were wasIon foot The old board walk which served at least to keel pedestrians from the mud of thi stueet was taken up and hauled bodilyAway and a contract wa made for a pew brick sidewall from Main Street south tc Grundy Avenue Tne long suff havEtl arriving dry sLod some day it he near future Butalas lo he expectation of the uninitiated one for he is not wise to thE ways of the city fathers of village He must learn thai these same city fathers DOVE slowly their wonders to perform The summer and fall passed and the winter came and the patien resident of the south end wearily plodded his way through thE e mud of Walaut Street Th matter was excused during th winter months of bad Veath for it was impractical to la side walks in the snow at tbIwalks are to all outside evidences still but a dream Th south end resident is a patfei creaturethis he has clear demonstrated but his patient is undergoing a severe stral about this business It is Sl clearly a case of neglect on tl part of somebody Whose faul is it ICREAT INTEREST A citize and business manof Leba bon reports interest in the cOm- ing local option election to b hId at that plane on next Tues dayto be intense and much bitterness and hard feelings are be lug engendered over the routes Nearly every one is ot the opin ion that the Ideal option Iorci will be victorious by good majorities It in unfortunate bu nevertheless a fact that in contest of that character ther is always more or less bitternesfl aroused which remains llAng after the question at issue ha been settled and oftimes cause a breech between friends thi even the passing of time fails Heal irHow to Remain Irani To continue ydung in healt and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan McDonough Ga did She says Three bottles a Electric Bitters cured f me o chronicliver and stomach trouble complicated with such at unhealthy condition of the bloo that my skin red as flannel am now practically 20 year younger than before I took Electric fitters J can now do al my work with ease and assist iii my husbands store Guaranteed at Haydon Robertson Drug Store Price 50c i Afraidof Newspapers Bill Carnes gave his onl reason for moving the Hargi case to Elliott county that hI wanted the case tried in such place because they could be th least newspaper publicity Such a reason tells its own tale Men whose deeds are eyi hateth the ligh It must be bad case that has to be kept oc of the newspapers Instead a sending the case to a place mos iaaccessible to the press it ough to have been sent to a count where there could have been th very greatest publicity Th press today in this country is not only the greatest safeguar to liberty but the greatest safeguard to justice The man wh is afraid of the newspaper generally has a bad caseqE town News In 1897 I had a stomach diseas Some physicians said Dyspepsia sou consumption Oue said I would nc live until Spring For four years cracker1audnot digest anything I ate then piced up one ot your Almanacs and happeded to be my life saver I ought a fifty cent bottle of Kod and the benefit I received from thr I tjottle the gpld iin Georgia coul not buy In tWQJ months I weD back to my work as a machInist an in three months I was well an- hearty May you live long and pr- osieiC N Cornell Roding Ga 1900 The above Isonly a sample the great good that is daily done the use of Kodol for Dyspepsia It sold by the Red Crcss Drug Sto J llTheF Country Nspaper IItoccurred to us this week we ran over forty or fiftY e changes to note the moral tot of them Thase papers are Il all sizes and grades from eve- xvarietyof town and are editE by practical mdn who are prett well acquainted with the worl the flesh and the deyil In ni one of them did wefinda defem LILIofj immorality In not one tt them did we find semblance defense of whisky In not or- tt lof them was there a trace vulgarity and none taught i justified dishonesty Neither could we find a sneer at purity at religion at the better things of life In manyof them were bits Of excellent advice little homely sermonson temperance e frugality and industry AU of r them loyal to the home town 7 and advocated honest princioals d in gov rment and individuals e Whenever there was mention of s the public schools it was in terms of praise To besure here and 1there was some fun poked at e shams some scorn at pretense it But the note in ever one of 7 these twoscore papers was for enlightenit1theset 0 editors we knOw many of them e personally and of all these we t know not one is a drinking man not one is a gambler not one is libertine Most of them judges prettyt1decent lot they are in fact we we doubt if any other profession can offer a higheror even asa higha showing Besides all this the country editor js pro verbially liberal freehearted in every way No stray printer I goes away hungry if be has a quarter No public subscription t hiS1tmiteand space to the public welfare I This is not an effort to throw a bpquet at our contemporaries 3 but with aulwe believe every man should magnify his calling S and wo are proud of our Press and Paper t J State ofOhJo City of Toledo 3i s Lucas County j Frank Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of ToiejJo eo nty and stste afor saie and that said thin will pay the f sum of One lluncred Dollar for each and every case of Catar h that cannot I be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Prank J Cheney IISworn to befQre me and subscribed f in my presoncei thisOth day of December A D 1886 T JsEAL A W s iHails Catarrh Carols I ballY nud acts directly Gleasonff i and Send mucous for euafacos of F J Ceeney Co S Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Hails Family Pills for constipation Sues John Kerns for Slander- A suit for 50000 for slander- S was filed in the Circuit court Rev J Ayesterdayby Hogar aty against Mr JB KfSrnsI e Th epetition alleges that MrI Kearns wrongfully unlawfully iand maliciously uttered and published bland concern i ing plaintiff the following t false defam tory and slander ff ous wordsto wit Yes Father t Hogarty has already bought t Dick Brown with a suit ofI f clothes thereby meaniug and aj intending to charge plaintiff ej wilh the crime of bribery inhavI ing giyen or furnished or pro tl cured for Dick Brown a colored of the of Lebanonvoter city a suit ofclothes for the purpose ofI S procuring or influencing his oteI in tbB local option election The petition further recites that plaintiff demanded of said defendant a public written dQ e claration by him that the rumor it or statement conn cting plaint Il iffs name with any supposed 8 attempt toDribeavotcr or d I purchase aypte in the periding It election contest was false and- I unfounded and that the im JI putation was made grounds for suspicion withoutI J fondant refusedj4 give Id any such retraction Or statement pronouncing the said imputation false and unfoundedLebanon lf Falcon I saved Bur SODS Life eThe happiest mother in the iittle toWn of Ava Mo is Mrs SiBuppee She writes OneJ year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble hat our physician was unable to tehelp him when by our drug- f gists advice I began giving him Y Dr Kings New Discovery and d I soon noticed improvement I ivkept this treatment up for a few I weeks when he was perfectlj- it well He has worked steadily- e since at carpenters work Dr if Kings New Discovery saved his if life Guaranteed best cough te and cold by Haydon Robertson fj Druggists 50c and Trial r bottle free EIRE IN lEBANON Rages For FiveHours in Spite of Tons of W terLoss Will Be 40000 JJL speciall from Lebanon Satur day says one of the most de strnictiyes fire that has visited this city In many yearsoccured lat night Just how it angina ted iis unknown but it started on the second floor of the building in Union Block occupied try D It Bodkins Co grocers The flames spread rapidly to the ad joining buildings notwithstand ing the heroic efforts of the department to check them and socn severitfBlock was ablaze Five streams of water played on the fire but riot until 3 ocloclcsthis morning lice hours after being discovered was it under control The de partment succeeded in keeping ibe flames confinedlio ttje second floors of the different houses but the stocks on the lower floors were badly damaged by water The loss will be something Like 40000 covered for the most part by insurance Tbe jufferers are A Kelly Son rocers D R Bodkins GoM grocers Pelosi Co co rec iohery and restaurant X B Johnston wholesale and retail hardware G R Latimer dry goods and notions J W MilferIphotographer and art 5 G Thornton Physician FIOIcaver JIrLlSt6U itid Tcmamber the next lme you iriflVf frQm pain caused iby damp leather vhen your head nearly bursts neuralgia try BalJards Snow Liniment It will cure you A rominent business man of Hemp tend Texas Tilesl have used you linimeut Previous to usingi it was- t4 grejt suffeter from Kbema pleaseditoomp1alnts I am sure I owe theseI FOUr Jiniment For sale by the Red Jross Drug Store En the Blue Grass Region of Kentucky Every year I cqme again to be blue grass region of Ken ucky I am glad to come it is- Is pleasint to inc as the home omb r of the robins Jbike hem I hasten tb go around isitmg old haunts smelling he good fresh air visiting threes the flelds the hedges the vails tuG homesteads Very leasant is the blue grass hxjme tead set in its green dense awn shaded by iits old trees rba great stone horseblock tens iff many many arrivals and lepartures of good horses and ood riders men and women toys and maids Men meet you as you walk Iways with gaave couatesy and Good morning Sir tJ They al ready begin to arrive at the econd state institute Tney rQjull of interest too great non are expected and some are icre the doors of many a home in Shelby villeare open to we come the stranger There iI nota word oran attitud o criticism or aloofness amon these people they come theJ listen with grave respeityst- hey even fry to put in practic some of the things they ar advised In no land are met more easily led by strong lead ers than these good men of th bluegrass And times are good in Ken tucky They have corneredbhi tobacco trust They have thE octopus on his knees The1 have done the impossible IThei horses are selling for long prices The saddle horse breed ers are gay Muie breeders an of good cheer There is somE stirring of old bones and ok practices some decay tooold pastures going to tobacco to bad but men are groining al falfa too and many seek tc lyiow how to grow it Percber ons are coming down grade mares to grow colts some are bred of mule colts The cattle men are of good cheer and thE lamb breeders joyfull These men talk of soil building of floats and stable manure oj lime 101 acid soils they talk they do the work They are men pf brain and courage and faith They Jove Kentucky they love their lland they would build and not tear down It is good to be here Joseph E Wing in Breeders Gazette Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cn FreeIdisIIu eating sores scrofulal eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheuma tism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B paInssto1rich Druggists or by express SI per writingBlood chronicdeepall else falls 9lyr Sorrows of the Young Rich Whjle we have sympbtby for the adult millionaire the littl boy who is her to inililions iis about as sad an object as this wide lane can show And particularly if he is being brought up on the sterilized plan They may or may not suceed in sterilizing all the microbes out of the food clothing and air they can hardly fail to sterilize all the joys out of his young life But yetiworst microbes that prey upon rich and pooralike such as the baccilh of bad temper envy jjand jealousy The diseases these microbes set up make uncomor tabla those in the neighborhood of their victims as do all other diseases but the discomfort is as nothing compared with the misery they inflict upon their immediate victims Our Country for March Little globlus of snnshinc that that drives the clouds away De Witta Little Early Ricsrs will scatte the gloom of sick headache and bil iousnees TQhey do not gylpe or sicken Recommended and sold here by the Red Cross Drug Store oo rOroo X O HOO2IHAVI OPENED IN THE OPERA g HOUSE BUILD NGA O Ii Buggy RespOSilQry l g Where IF will cjarry the coming season 9 0a complete g I Lire of Buggies 8 0allgrades and all prices Call and see something novel in the buggy line JOhLily Barber 8 4Successor toHaydon Jb B- arjerTTTrT 8 o JS L- AB3tTELYPSDISTINCTIVELY A CREAM TARTAR BAKNO POWDER ItiuJwtMaduifphUcaMTw ellI gi b ahwI aeIII i I a- IIl 6fpll ahsNb aM v1teItItIIIIIIt THE HAPPY FARMER His Lot Compared with that of Other BiuiuMt Men by One of Our Cor respondents We note carefully the con tents of1 an article of recent publication in the NewsLeader in regird to The Happy Far in erin which many assertions are true wise and other wise The man who thinks the farmer has a picnic is not far from Wrong Yet it is true be enjoys many happyhour during the long winter eveniajpstf ading the county paper sad eeyi fthe wholesome repwt of loa and bard earned corn fritter buck wheat cakE and deiiciwte syrup made of botegv fiown sugar cane Eowertr iit iisamista when it iis afliMrted tbafc be begins work wittt liii JlQal1 sHrouded in gloom fer irik a light heart fuR of sweet aatici pations which drive the bitter ness of strife from his soul h labors on through the day ad during the peaceaf sluaber during the hours of dartwhen all the crops are growing aud his profit being wade at night as weE as by day And any farmer witk the least bit of foresight has all hia feed stored away so that feeding is a pleasure rather than a drudgery as stated before and the fowls haye asnug house in which to spend the cold days and nights in defiance of the weatheri Ani the idea of a farmer wondering how he will pay his tales is absurd Anyone with a thimble full of sense knows that any kind of taxable property on a farm wJU more than pay its way un less it is a dog and he wjll go out at night and tree eaovgh furs to pay for a dozen like him selfNow suppose we take the Happy liusinessMatThere are soimany different branches we will say the newspaper Han He has a pjcnc sure he just sits around home or thi office enjoying a good smoke or talking to lila friends or reading the daily newspapers and watchiag the people as they throntk and from the newstand ia JWdesire to know whether or not Barry Thaw iis insane cleared or condemned and dont know anymore about it than myself and 1 do not know any thing Well he then goes borne and enjoys piece of beef steak that could Jt cold chisel arid 1dresseayear many other such delicacies and thee l returns to his office to efjoYI about 5 hours reading and blue penciling a lot of noossac written up by some grssfe COt respondent similar to Uao and OYritodown Then write dust for two i hours todefln4nt aubribena- nd J walk two inllee to tetok thi t straight news of a rumor i Ire th t proyts to be fc toteM be4 birniag He must tbMi eewlMtM a dozen or two diltt make Ww amJJ besend otbc- tf t IrUL4t11LSSSSSSSSSMSSSSMif I t R eeI1of mg the towa authocitiw for having his cow in fcbt poa 4 ami thereat of his time mdit t tug hew in the world be will ever pay his rent his hir 4 help hU grocery bill MMi ectt meat and 4inadry bill and for the Bextshipmtat of paper ift type thatis sure to come C Qv D He is then to winder how ltSto dodge the devil tI jjujpa at day for the lies he told im lilti weeks paper All other bsai ness men are wcrae off thai the news man However r y MUi that owes one cent to the deer Editorshould pay him bscaiM he seeds it UNO Garrett D Weathers Avon Ky says uMy kop were badly teeall cd with ckolM thaftI did Kit tkimk Medical aid coald poasfcly save MKM I gate them sroaKsg CMcrk Ready JHl it te4tlldl wlfbea- tzsiiosi It is the ly re MdjI yet e asMi tint liHdLc1H fcee- SeMslisra aa4 fafurtMl iy Uay BoWrtson SpriPSW- KY i FMMKLIISQML ne PhlIphr Na Taha i r a- uahu Thk JNi JMt PraukWaS JIM era Quaker tpt the pWHifr4 Mt bcteac te ibe society sC FHiaii FrakllB being a sImile 0ltaMi et 1a4elpbla wo cIetbe eta fasI sa Mt by the Q aken a jhia Iqt- raIlHlt Ek CMtlMMi to fTMr ftfe Mitaatci wWte be WM ila KHHM GIN what lug court sift was Bet riiiy bs Beared k big republican sfc IHK teN Lovta XVLHe HeoM the ftMkI tea far FraBc sat iaiacd IB wprly MJ JgaMge aad It was at oiw u MM proper tttoc fet ysag republics aM litterateur to drepa a la FrankHa rJIcti G CTHir hUtfrytm gcfclaaatr McriW lrraakNas aJilpMraaNla tb drawlaf peg speaks r the ibp ItT kla external appearance frteedly neekoew ot the oU rnaattIN appareat amlllty of the Ta trt tM bItY aM tb askuWeN JHItIr attera e aprPOa- raM theQaaker aspect was oaly ifpect Framklfia WM Weasht p kjpV pareats la Boetoa la the Ciajriaatlia al church toA was Ut eA d bbfee the platotry Whea be iraat to FhUaaelphla he says ia his aafiMig raphj he paid hIs aaaaal aaheeriptiea te ihe enly Treatytedam Mh ia4ay ec methHf W Mad ia PhUadelaaku INK he itiethKtly areira JaI 11Ugreiauat w1t Prebyteriji dectriae aM SSJIwas e tte M iready to reieeate sad a afat Whiteaela the MeUnitot wMk wheat he alee epenly iliipmi Laeerl still he teek a pew to aa Bl iipul dattttt be was uspsr a swftlcaat Eptecopltaa Be aaya cIiaJi- HMlt religirL I WLfaIJ firritex pklaa hew be heeaan a Met ia Me yNtb hat abaateae ta ae MM hl t caaae K was Jtot a sI iaI awatae atca f H Khi owaefted he aictoiaTie be hellet IIa God aad to the au et the aeaL Thwsa p aeaeaer wee aet wheUy witheat reUfteaH j rsSthere awrk IC bwai ao aar + tlignMljif teaet ef say jarte tor tHdyfitJa CoaHMatoa fBAil ROADS fILLINCH I e14 rJii4as WMt ltek e 1 1 eeUM 1 Ceavkt gt IlMiwte are aeelihag l tLbs ia t eeaetraetlea at hard feada biaBC atoae craahtr that bayc reeeatlr 7Cki4scigtoa special to the New Yetk Urea tag World lt tferaver MMitMIt Is aheat e6 eahie yaWa per day Wtiaff skysa ot the largeet earl It ia piatK ai toiaereaae the evtpot aaerMjr to twty eata per delSAay ewiaty er towaeMp that wtt aa take to hatid hard raada wHIMr ilyla 5 Jraat e 4s mIIIMc ri fre4 the ealy expeae hetactaatt 7UKus er jState tM weat ttealwr n iia has t etMli usu4 = Ii aCve I y eaa das of tiaaetate INt plU ttkiisrs4 asu to ula al ww jdirt ii tbs1JkttSaelss- raM tbse 17 NS otdb i i of y d 1 1 wret U ta fteid rku9S i itlJf = EE A JI NEWSLEADER pVRUSZD XVIIY TMUDAT vt iAYEMINAPVAIPEI t 5pjNGFILDKt th rr LT t Jr Locall or btneJ notices 10 cents par 4ubsequenttfl5erti0fl Calls oh candidates and political matte Job wortJs V done at low rates but cash efl bnaJd dndTjei rffrctdt r r AnTerttalHR onti tsmageon liberal 2IIIRZt LA v S tJbituartea esolutlo sot respect atsiJerllne Tv ANNctauciiiKNTa 50 lItJ istrat f 4IfiGI tCHlces H 1cuo 40MvJf V THURSDAY MARCH21 J907 I= = jjPbEASANT GROVE JftirMfsf k Carlisle Cle1Jand of MiddJesboro is visiting her father J Ir James Gregory Mrs Emma Baker and daugh tel spent Friday night In town Mias Ellen Gregory spent a few days at home Jasl week Mr Will Thompson lost Ja box of foods in the beech one day 1astweek and has TIQt found it yet He dont know wh tber it 55as dry gooIs or can goods I 4guess they will turn out to be 4 wetf goods taiss Emma Adams is visiting this week MissMableThompsOtl HThere was a letter received from Mr Charley Hines forks that theywere dissatisfied out hrOhio They dont like iit as well as they tbougbteth ywould Mrs John Walls made a flying p trip to Willisburg one day Jast t week j The farmers are glad to see- M Vthe sun shine again so tbeyc v plow FJ f 5Mr Harry Barnett has been nthesick list V Mrs w A Smith is better at 0 jthis writing Miss Sue Reed iis the pleasant guest of Miss Nannie Thompson Mr and Mrs viiI Homan spent Sunday with his father 4Mr Homan Daciers Pneumonia 0 tj 4 cold at this time if neglected is- lIableto cause poenmpnia which is iso often fatal and even when the patient has recovered the lungs are weakened making them peculiarly susceptible to the development of consumption Foieys Honey and rtar will Stop the cough heal and tstrengthen the longs and prevent coughsfI ctivequajities of Folbys Boney and Taa There ia nothing else jnei s good t Soldby the Red Cross Hrug Stored 54 t I Fcni k j r MJs3 Maggie Smjth was at ieasanCjGrcve Satpfdatf- MissiBose Adams is at home rorn Louisville for a few days Mrs Dan Rogers is on tho sicklist Cl W Oder bougrhb a cow from JW Barker for 50 I olganizerThfion county last week Miss Settie Shewmaker visited her sister Mrs Nalley last week P M Shewmaker and wife spent Saturday with the family of John BhewmaUer Sr Miss Anna Kelley was in l Louisville lastweektMisses 3ennie and Fannie Logsdonof SimmS were here last week Mr Augustus Ott and Miss Lnla Johnson were here Sunday Mrs W G Adams and MISS Alma Penwick spent Sunday with tbebuoi1yofW F Logs dqn Y Will 1itIIey and wife were in Mapkilte Sunda Mrs Bertha Walston visited her sister Mrs Jtss Robinson ast week Lakesoverflows i No 68180 acres 8 room brick I dwelling Jngood repair well fenced fine rIver bottom land plenty of timber Jfin tobacco land Frice eo per icre No 69 150 acres small house fine t tiuberS 50Jper acre No 70 144H acres goodl dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 5g acres of fine- bottom land wen fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some timber Price per acrev I ThS i a B 5 r1ll31fs 3flCr20 yrl 1 Q B Burlmns JCarlisle CtnterJ1 i4 yarsLgI5jcittiryiy fred ofaoe kidney Iii4Etby tiklngk4san two bottl ofFoleyf Xirtney Curd It entirelb stopped the bicli dust edlmenViafift pain nnd pjiQEfpnsjof kidney disease k s dapeared fant glad to say thal 1 i O JiliWBevBrrTiftda Return of any of JOth iyalptoig Viriif the Jfour years that hatielapiedam ldent1J br AJ w tay 5C93ed tnd hearfiJh reomcc1FoleyB iS Kc1tiey Cure tpJ 0 J MCr1N rrmkd9ey ai lMaer trotbie W the Bed Cr DrIiKJI tz- L L iT We hye1se p pi mII rdtoi our little ime and I jll Attempt to get in he ring once more before the joog sounds and I am cbunted iatvvMr Ed Parisvirited atPoliu last week IrBC C Foster is visiting her sister Mr Clarence AshBy at Greens Chapel Elmer Keeling and Ed Fat is bought ten 90 pound shoals at Fc per pound Mr Joiin M Mayes is on the aicJist attljiSwritingr f Mrs James Scott who has been on the sick list fot some- tIme is better at this writing We are glad to see a few days of sunshine whichwill cause the rarmers to get the old wintet hump ofI them and the women to accommodate the old clucking hen Mrs Ed Foster and little daughter Mary EvalSneviited Mrs John Carey at Polm last week i The members of the American Society of Equity of Mhe Pulliam and Tatham locals are contem plating a pool for their 1907 crop Of wool and lambs or in other words we are thinking of getting all the wool pledged we can and if wli get a BUfficient amount pledgea will have thp state agent to come and receive it in stead of tho local agents The market prue for wool is all right but weare endeavoljins to cut tJkilL one of the middle men and get his commission on our price NoW the local agent should bave pay for his trouble so long as we have him but he jis an unnecessary expense to the farmer The farm 9 could sell to the state agent as well as the local agent The farmers could have thrtle committeemen to the county or one from very llocal and the agents give the committeem a his price ny mail if more convenient and the com mitteeraen notify all thalonals of the pride time and place where the wool iis to be delivered Then the farmers can deliver it to appointed place as he always does We will say wore about lambs when we hear from some one elseon the wool subject Couldnt this be done Brother whit do you say You shouldbe very carefnl of your bowels when you have a cold Nearly Sll other cough syrnps are constipat ng espesially those containing opiz tes Kennedya Laxative Cough Syrup moyes the bowels contains nc dpiates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drugs lav Bean the e corsemants of mothers everywhere Chldren lilfe its pleasaqi brUtSt1I1bam SpPin5 I We are sorry to report samncl sickness in thisf commuulty aJjttlEbetVerof typhoid f74rs Nannii INOOItPORATKD r All New Pianos 2Ci0PIAQS only sale tb 12500 II3o PJANPS otiIy this ale 14800 V1l 18 3 PIANOS Ionly sale I87 50 4CO PIANOS only sale this 216 00 AIL Others Equally w lurkhead who is tifso very SICtt is no better Mrs Aa Royal y is tow vey low with consum ptioa Willie Armstrong is almost confined to his room with iheumatismS Born since our last writing to the wife of Willie Coulter twin girls and tothe wife of Worthington Burns a girl Mr Ezra yerrioger and witt have moved in to keep house for Mr1Hltont jhields at tnis place Mr1 Oscar Shirley visited rel atives at Springfield last week Mr Theodore Breeding and family have moved from this place down belew Pulliam Mr Prank Kays wife and daughter Margie spent last Friday with rand Mrs Nan nie Burkhead Let every one remember the fourth Sunday in this month and come out to church and bring somebody with you Sales Mr George Shirley bought a mare from Mr Bill Graham pr1C 200 Mr J W Satterly sold a cow and calf to Mr Bil Keelirg for S82 Mr Isaac Johnson a so sold a cow and calf to same parties for 50 Mr Levi Satterly sold to J S Royalty 5 barrels of corn at i 50 per barrel Mr J M Royalty wifcand daughter Miss Mauiie spent last Monday with Harvie Thx mi pson and wte Mr and Mra J W Saterly spent Piiday with their daughter Mrs Sarah Bur bQad Nearly all the farmers around here have been havingvery gooa luck with their lambs Mr Westlev FOster is the only Qne I have heard of that is bav lug bad luck he has lost seven old sheep and quite a number of lambsSThe farmers are yery much be hind with their work owing to so supposetheyI ter a while There are a few men around here that say that they want to be at work but may be they are like one certain man that says when tho weather is bad he wants to work and when it is pretty he dont want to Hyacinth FoilAt fist Lhwi110rellj West Va says At last I lhavE found the perfect pill that nevit disappoints me and for the bene 1tit of others afflicted with torpid and chronic constipation will say take Dr Kings New Life Pills JI Guaranteed satis factory 25c at IJaydon Rob ertson Druggist VIIeyiiiII UIH1Iensupply a few teisof interest Mr J Bt Shehan of Science Hall Wfts in Mooresville on- t business Wednesday Mr R L Goatley and family of this place removed theii S- IFACTORYF PJAOSALECrlp- pellAIlollC Piano CQC 4th Ave Opposite PostolficeLOUISVILLE KY LowI l r t All Are Bargains I 1Upr1 Steinway Kurtzman Starr J875j 1 oII ConcGr1g7 I 11 18 8 261 A We started our reat twoIweeksago with over 150 Pianos all wajj soii in two days but onf rfccounf of freights we weije obKg d to discontinuei it Now our pianos have arrived and on Moodd Maich 18th we will once wore offei the grva bargain that sold ISO pjanQsinii twOidajs THINK OF IT New Whybennnftp500PIANOSfrw days i SHEET MUSIC FREEJ JvcrY lady caller wi I centsSheetI 2t9PIE5 FREE forany pelAA1J sendin us nat ics d pe1somconte IJpIa ting the pqlbase i listisendjou two c opie5 and when selling any persohajao Rend inafewna7f t SS CRIPPi7NAENpJANO tOd4- thAveMIe Qptf Po iofficef LOUISVILLE KY v I ftr la Jf household furniture to rhe house recently Iented in Spring field last wefek Mr M W Seay of this place purchased aeveral bales of tim otny hay from Mr Dave Huston st of Maud at SOc per hundred 5 Mr T 0 Tatum has been f suffering serioubly during the past week of inflamatoiy rheumatism ji He is some better at = this writing = The wife of Mr Clifton1 Kid well was the recipient of a son on the 14 inst Mother and in = farit are doing nicely at present Mr and Mrs Harye Chesser of Polin visited their daughter a Mrsf Kidwell of this place last f week Clyde v and Jeff Goatley wade a flying visit to Chaplin Font in i Nelson prmnftr Sathrday night Washington county seems to be IIofspent Sunday with their daughter Mrs SJ Montgomery Mr R hart Gray and sister ofI EJardestys attended church at New Hope Sunday and returned home via our tan The many friends of Mr diloyd Olarkson reeret seriously to learn of his demise which came as a shock to all who knew I Vun His excellent business qualities and fairdealings as a stock trader willbe a great loss tJ the county Mrs MJ Reed visited her daughters Mrs Ben Janes at J Maud Wednesday Hark Shehan of Booker spent Tuesday with relatives he e Messrs Jv C Pile3 and M Reed made a flying trip to Leb anort Friday afternoon and were spectators of the disasterous fire J B Goatloy and son sodIsome corn to Mr Ed Djnelly of near towff at 45c per bushel de livered The lut weekIMrS P Derringer isout of danger after a serious attack of pneumonia Bout to the wife of Mr Walter Derringer on the 12 lust a bouncing baby girl Mother nicelyTheThe smile that wont wear off Mr T A Tatum has taken charge of the store at this place during the illness of his sonl Miss Addie Left Piles has been SpringilelforII Mrs S J Montiomory is very of pleurisy aV this wrltin Mrs Mci visiwd herI daughter Mrs Uonediut Janes at Maud last week n bert Virfiin and Bradley spentS11ltMr aqd Mrs Beyieiliot Janes of Maud spent Sunday with rel ative here- PreaoheV tjincej wife and children of near Mooresville HardestySunthy M W Seajj Jr is quite ill at thtswritinSI The fagirty of Mr Torn Bocn 01la5r M Reed returned horn last Wednesday evening and walked In uponUDoctor his lorgo English mastiff yatch dog who was resting in sweet repose qntil Mr R ed reached tjic poroh when the dog sprang up And bjt Ijim through tje hand inflicting a veay painful yet riot iSf rps Aottnd which may de properly1atteuJArL MrSS B Walker recently gave si rubbin1Qr the ben ijhCtt himself and gave pies- c15as ancl possibly acntUe es spn e af rye for the benefit of- 1tiEkWho kindly lesponded his palL for help spending taking a preliminary course in the L N railroad office lrV F Moran engaged in blasting out stumps the first of last weqk by the use of dynamite in order to ave labor well be spent the latter part of the week nunttng up the pieces and hauling them off the grass auc thinks ik will take all this week to fills up the holes where the stumps were He now says aeits no labor saving device fort meMr Wheat and daughter Mrs Arthur Gortley of Clyde Kant arrived Monday night at the home of Mr and Mrs Palmer Goatley of this place Mr Wheat will return to his home next week while Mrs Goatley will remain with her husband who has charge of the creamery at Springfield Messrs Goatley and Virgin of Maud delivqro tbeircrop of tobacko to theJool Tuesday Mr T C Tatom left Wednesday morning for Oincinnati 0 to purchase a consignment of vehicles JUNO WurM tlkeaa Charm Mfe p N Walker editor tit ofI thatfpicy journal tire Enter pris Louisa Va says Iran a nail iri mv fopl last week and ArnicafSalvethe salve simply healed the wound Heals e vie ry sore jburnf and skin disease Guaranteed at Haydon Robertsons Drujj 1 Store 25c II T- ii w TFE ETT4 mh CHESTNUT DARE mlI p 6As a Sire He Has fto Equal 6 Sorrel Stallion 7 years old 16 hands oneinch high a large 6 2and2 of 15 shows i A His colts win first and second ties over alt competitors at our last fair Defeating the unbeaten Caatle man colt in the Blue Grass Circuit Not one of his three seasons of colts haye ver been de ftated by a colt sired by Washiugton county horse II Eight of his ooltj of last season sold at weanlings from r 160 to150 hehghest price lot ocolts ever sold at same = age by any horse owned or farmed in thecounty = Chestnut Dare was sired by Chester Dare 10 1st dam by Red Chief 2nd dam by Black Hawk Chiefi3rd dani = f Brinlcers Drenopn If The Chester Dares are recognized by all to be n9tonly Ithe hghest rice but the greatest show family of horses in Kentucky and Chestnut Dare is worthy son of a great SirfJ = if WSi1 JO state that recently I wits offered twice as much iimoney for him as any stallion in the county ever sold for e and three as much ashas bien paid for a saddle or harness stallion brought into tne county so I ask the owners of good mares to patronize him sol can be justificd In keepirg this type of horse whose colts cant be beaten or out sold J by any CHESTNUT DARE will make the seasonat my place fl J J near Litsey ait J te 20 To tare a Mare In Foal I- c iSJ j q3 B LEACHM4N i iaIa4ati h OOOOOOIQoOOQMOOoOOOOoM t zGirlhood and Scotts Emalsion eiiCIlinked together f 0 VThe girl who takes Scotts Emul 0 8gr 0ICThereasonisthatatapenodwhenagirls 1 0- o digestion is weak Scotts Emulsion OI- Qt provides her With powerful nourishment in 0iIIeasily digested form 0J0 AHxaQt girls strength a1Qt ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 OOO OOOOOO O OOOOOOO O pefJiZf fOR AfRONAUU Airship Race Proposed Between New York and Chicago TEST FOrf WRIGHT BROTHERS Aero Club of America Preparing to Of fer Big Reward to Winner Plan Is to Have Time Limit For CortstNotO- ver iroui Ten wYrkto Landings AllowedI plane with not more thtui tea bindings and the trip to he flnlsheti jvlthln a rensonnljle time probably wilt be the ttstur tliflency set l 3 the Aero Club if America In offering u prl1 for con cltWSt of the air large enough tout tnict Inventors 8111 aeronaut H from all parts of the world says the2Jev Yofk il nild A rend y a considerable part of thee prtee tins been pledged tf syndicate CQUipOKed of prominent members of the Aero club and the project doubt otc will receive a fur flier Impetus at a dinner of the club hi the St Regis on Mnrch 11 AIUw jjgh the plan to give u clnt dinner V as broached only lcCeptnuceBhni of success Sever n of the most iiota hafter dinner tf cakera of New York city liav been slwd to respond to toHstJs asAvell a i dlMtlngubhetl sclcu tlstti from AVash jipton anti other cities When iht We rt j rizefor aeroijlanesj Is TornwUly ofTi xtf by abe club It will effect ucrisi JAi the natlou so tar as tbX Wright hmDier ti Dayton 0 andother Juvr Aocs are concerned The prhte will assuredly bo hue enough s that there ian be 110 exiruse for re fUHiuK to cooijpete tar It If nn 4nveutor tins au aprwuatttis Ju vhah be has suf llrrleut conlldeuce to its his life re gnrult4ia or igotirt4as with govern incuts or IndixIduid fsipittltets art Js the jiKlgmeait off the Aero club aftor giving careful UiotiUit to the matter snld CortfcindJ FieJd Blslidp its president the other day that an aerophuie to le worthy of serious con sideration must be 111Ile to maneuver sfttlsfuctnrlly by llyln In circles or In any given direction n nd bnclJ tO the starting point A str jJglrBaway flight U not enough to prov Its scientific or romniorrlnlYAlue nor wouIAa flight ot leas than thirty see nds cciwaht to anything as a test A speed ott least twontyflre miles an hour ouxht td be iiHlittnlriel as othcj wise such a na fhlne woull have lltt In value aIt hIltsrotn the flrkfbeeii chdenttO theinpnybers of the iciro clithat tfte tilodCrIlmflIttlona of ballooning sire aiiparent to cv- eryixly who hag studied phasc of tho question Bveai HlZrljtflJle balloons eanmot be gre41 fy improved Mtr ithelr existing form it ip wtrs and It re mains only to d svetop apropliroeR as being tho only thing practical atnfl har Ing a eommejQlal rafcc 11tJi the Sateirt off tile Aero tlob to bring about a crisis In this inattter of aeropCines If the WrItht brothers should perrfst In TnalntaHnfinf their policy of Since null refnrol to kea Plibllc dofrnkmstratlon of their lurcn tfen we must took to other abrcntors of whom there must be inraiy TVJO are on thftTlght road to success We Jiaive bean fairly Intmflaled with letters from experimenters who believe they have aBl but wda success Mnoyj of the letters show hhhlteracybut some n1lun1 a i oofljewiiere in mass or umvrr imust be the truth we seek It Is a regrettable fact that the claims of the Wright brothers are gen erally discredited abroad but the iheinbers of the Aero club lucre great faith in them and confidence that they have accomplished all the results cfed Ited to them by their friends In Day ton Ve sympathize with them thor oughly iii their present difficulties JThey certainly have a right to receive remuneration for the time and mtruey they have spent and th tremendous risks they have run and It Is a fact that the Aero club IsQowat work on a plan to give them a reward cowmen surate with their dterts aaf the same time no money will lit I 8uIt On this point there an report that within the last year tho Wrights gave a successful deiuoiistra tivin of their flying machine within fiftt miles of New York for the benefit ol a New York capitalist but I cannot vmieUfOrJthe correctness of the report- It tswlthiAJhe realms of possibll Ity that such fletnonstratlon will bt given at any rate to a limited number of men in the near future It woviIJ be jirovldQd that none of theee wit nesses shall have any technical knowl edge so that there may be no risk ot the Wrights rising their secret but the committee would be composed of men whose reliability Is unquestioned and whose nanies would carry weight In all parts of the world The doubt which still surrounds the achievement of the Wrights In some quarters would by this uienns he eliminated If they proved the uccess of their machlnV and they w uld he everywhere given due credit fo haying solved a problem which has baffled man for so many centuries A debt collecting agency wblch It nm as a part of the regular public oodtal system Is the newest improve ment of the postofflces of Austria Dtjplte the novelty of the enterprise the plan has worked admirably so that many thousands are collected an uunlly by tthe postmen throughout the Austrian empire Few people probably suspect the extent to which Switzerland flgureti among the silk producing countries of the world which so far as Europe isI concerned have always been supposed to be France and Italy But Switzer land exports annually silk to the value of abqiit 20000000 nearly all going to European countries Motor ear reliability trials were held In Scotland recently and the drivers were astoundqd at their reception along the route In every town and Tillage the women and children lined the roadside and shouted enthusiastic welcomes Sprays of lilac and other flowers were thrown Into the cars as ihey passed aud invitations to stop Wire given wIrEI Cream vermifuge THE IUJUUNTEEI WORMREMEDY CHILDREN FAVORITE TONIC IfIfTHE CWANE r IMITATIONS PAtrAMC BillardSnoyv Liniment Co RT VOUI MO sf ld byJied Cross DrugSt e w Q P9000000 OOoooO ooWe Have Been Busy With Our i JDT3Tlfff1w STOCK j 8 Of Dry Goo s OolKinc Snoe Dress Goods and No6on t j iiWe now hays our tt ck which Consists of new and frskr oodsiif jt Complain W Qa Every Department Q and we cordially invite everybody to give us a call whether you are prepared to buy or not Our Goods and Prices will bear ina I ETTLINGEROT J1eCJieai i jIt GRUNDY McIN1lRE8 j ooooooo ooooGOO O J CLOSE 1mNTIONID Is what I give to all work brought me and as a result I am able tor GUARANTEE SATlSFACTIOff If vou bave a watch or clock to mend or wish your EjggiGHT CORRECTED oy ttW fb perfectly fitted glasses tkm prepared to wait on you iJj 1 Ms J Graves tlj lJI rm Main Street opposite PreiibTt riin church fj RED BIRD Here we are now boys with Red Bird the peacock of the lock Thie one we have been needing for so long I h VebMn wqriciij foi your interest to get him n0w you work for HUM II wealI doWell Red Bird iitlHftiH brtiiirwork together then we can in the State The reason why I say this is becaBijib hWjHOYen himself so to be HIS colts have sold for higher4e UJU itbosii of any other horse I can mention This horse is a standard Wed bsaddle saddle horse nnd is regi tered f Lookfor my advertisement in a short time TJat iiartft whererl am At the same old stand Tbe Fair Grouadv r I l1nbw you are not going to use saddle hoe altc4braore- member M my famous harness horse C t I SunshineIGlenbrooie atvStanford and Lanctstef 1tHe defeated the great Also defeated Rex Arbukle another celebrtd show bcrear This him tebf a- very that won at the Lexington State Fur prove fine show hofrse Hs s also a splendid breeder Look at hisi last years colts that proves what he is They had atylli and action and lots of speed Now gentlemen ifyml want a sad die horse you want one that can get out and do If ybi wanVa harness horse you want one that can step some Dcnt forget the great mule jjack BILL GOEBEL no btitoc breeder in the county v Thanking all for your patronage last year and hopimg to hari tVau increase of saniQ from allinlOO7I Respctfsll- yL 1 BAKERD r GOMBERUND TELEPHONE t llEattffl ft Lqnr distance lInes and ttophon 9f this Company nabl you to We ainxMt anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tenneefte MfetlMTppI and Louisiana Ws can put you mqwlolc and satisfactory communication with tspoopi ofthls grtMCt of country d We solicityour patronage Rat rsor able Equipments arid facilities unsur passed CALDWCLL LCLAH HUME T RWNWOAMCS E Prsaldeat t a Q1 Msaager S AM itMe11 2 M IIro PATORIJUI v The Styles of- Diamond Brand Shoes J are Exclusive IAn officer of our cbmpanyd9- our I styles and patterns ind ijoi nothing else This unusual attention to detail results not only in origintlftYr and correctness of style butin j and better fit truer patterns This is one reason why Diamond J Brand Shoes snug up under the arch and hold their II shape so nlely u ttf e 5mRY Of fiRST CAR STRIKE r 9hM0fkfc Between Men and JLBBBfiBiijr Gtw ia Inten t1 Each Dty After SWKJay Mom flg- i trik WM declared 1at 124 SvBiy March 10 to be coaae effective at5 aja same day Coapteto tieup of alt cars followed aid city was absolateli withemt MT vice during the day No Y Itoor demonstrations of Mjkiml occurred Monday morning an attempt waS wade to operate four lines S4ft csJes between strikersanc d- oOlt ettptoye of company fol towed The same situation pre Tailed day except that strikebreakers were introduced a 4 the situation assumed a more serious Mpect On Wednesday a joint com I Millee composed of members of tie for co Bercial organiza tioBcbefan attempts to bring strikers and employers ether While there was considerable der s4rsctoa of property on these three days there were no serious pefsoMil injuries Thmrsday while peace nego tiatioas were still pending two 1Mfl were seriously injured and a nlEberof cars bdly damaged The railway companyubmitted propositioo at the instance of toe joimt committee and these t i were accepted by the strikers The cost of the strike iIs con aervatively estimated at a little more than one half million dol lars distribute1 as follows Strikers1 wages 4000 company receipts 35000 strike breakers fete 5000 general bluine500OOOcitv of Louis- vIlle operation of police depart meot arid court expenses 1000 Louisville Herald You should be very Careful of your- bowels when yoa have a cold Nearly all other cou h syrnps are constipat jHg espeslally those containing opia tea KeHBedy8 Laxative Cough Syrup moves the bowels contains no orates Conforms to the National Pare Food and Drugs Law Bears the escorseraants of mothers every where Chldren like its pleasant DrugSIs LoUpPri- nceton KyJohn Mc Gregor a Hopkins county far aier was arrested at his homes in that county Wednesday night on the charge of being iniplica ted in the haRt burning here in December McGregor is the 4 third person to be arrested as a t result of thee work of the grand jury here which is still in sess Jon Warrants are out for others who are alleged to haye taken part in the disorder John Jack- ksoq the Caldwell county farmer- who was arrested Tuesday has liven bond Daring a severe electrical storm bet yesterday the court JtofMe wajsjjruck by lightning iiax no serious damage was done though a number of persons were badly frigbtened T Pdnut last J A Harmon of Lizemorev J West Va says At lastl have found the perfect pill thai never disappoints me and for the benefit of others afflicted mh lorpic iver arid chronic constipation will say take Dr Kings Nev LiPil1s Guaranteed satis 4y factory f5c at Haydpn Rob r ertsun Druggist i Big Barbecue1 7 45The Haribdsburg Democrat c ys1s II At gmeetngofthe directors S iturday it was decided to holdI a big barbecue in the interest of the Society of Equity pool of the 1907 crop of tobacco May 5th is fixed as the date and the Fair Association donated the fair grounds for the occasion Nearly 200 has been subscribed tepay the expenses tot music ia111 diner and some of the r fb t speakers of the ountry will be here to discuss the tight cL toafarmers against the trusts ad for independent and Iliving vtwks t CIA big crowd an J a treat ttPM ar botbvatticipated A- lrimy t aMcetiMMMhalf the 1907 i crof bai b e pWged and be t 1oIetbeckeeof UljT diy it is JCpacUd that Ipctically tbe wto crop will WjUooled It iriliWa darkday fo 1 the toba- cG1Itnjt the dingof a Txi1TIwTnew farmersTobacco has been received in large quagtities everyday at the Equity Warehouse Already more than 250000 pounds has been delivered wasesiimated that about 700000 would be of fered of last years crop for pooling but now ihf looks as if the deliveries will run above a million pounds The Mercer county farmers are in dead earnest in this move for self preservation tpEBfiiiBKmiiBB BMP year G B Burhans of Carlisle Center N TT writes about four years ago rI wrote you stating that I had been eutfryly cured of a severe kidney tiouble bv taking less than two bottles of Foleyf Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brick dUst sediment and pain and symptons of kidney diseaie dissapeared I am gladetosay that I have never had a return of any of those symptonsrdnring the four years that haA elapsed and I am evidently cnred to stay cuacd and heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to anyone saffering from kidney or bladder trotble Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Mean Trick J Mr t annon CIQyd Qf this city and Miss Stella Wakefleld of Bloomfield a most charming bdy wer married at the Wiilard Hotel Louisville Monday Mr Cloyd drove to Springfield Sun day afternoon where the young lady met him and they tbok the train from there to tle city wnere the ceremony was performed Mr Cloycl is well and favorably known here wheie ha has always lived For several years he has been connected with Mr I C James in the livery business and when he returns froua his bridal trip he will probably have ascore to settle with Mr Jkmes Just before he started on his important mission he left his suit case in the recep tirra room at the livery stable while he went across the street to say good bye to Mrs James During his absence Mr James removed the contents of the suitcase and substituted a horse blanket All unsuspe cting the groom to be returned and gath ering up his baOOaO nooIdrove away and never dreamed of his loss until he readied his destination Mr James however went to Louisville Monday to attend the wedding and kindly to ktbe orignal contents of the1 suit case with hint Mr and Mrs Clovd reached here Tuesf day night and will make their hom with the groom s mother rETarrodsburg Herald Enough for Him r lastlSpring therWestand undeyelopcd wealth dis posed of his Kentucky interests and located in Indian Territory There he purchased a farm and cultivated it to find that its powers production were about half asprolific as the soil of Kentucky and that the markets are much inferior In fact the same grade of corn that is now selling in Kentucky at 60 cents per bushel is a drag on the In dian Territory market at half the amount0 c nts Sp this now wiser Kentuckian contends that one acre of good land in this section is worth four in tbe West and he nas the figures on it and figures wont iie Har rodsbursif Herald r AN OLD FAMILY SLAVE Nearly ta Hundred Years Old and Nursed W F Booker Before De War The Courier last weet contained the following item Ellen Sweeny colored died of paralysis Sunday night at the home of lher daughter thirty third and Herman Streets She She was eighty seven years of age and had been a slave in the Booker family before the war Mammy Sweeney was not oily loved and respected by members of her own race but by the white people as well as was attested by a beautiful floral design sent by her white friends bearing the inscrlpticnc1Mam my IIShe came to Louisville from Springfieldwhon a young woman aifd joind the old Presby teran church at Fouith and Chestnut streets where siie was a member until the colored Presbyterian church at Ninth and Green was organized when see became one of its first members The funeral will be held this afterno n at 2 oclock at tile Knox Presbvtrian church Twelfth and Maisodn streets The services will be conducted by tte Rev C B Allen The burial will be in Eaztern Cemetery fc County Clerk WF Booker of this place well remembers the old woman she having been his nurse when he was a baby Aunt Ellen was a slave belonging to Mi William B Booker the father of County Clerk Booker Mr Booker the elder gave Aunt Ellen to his son Mr Sam uel Booker formerly of this place butfwho in the later years 3f his life was a resident of Lou isville When Aunt Ellen be amefree at the close of the war she moved with her husband rack Sweeney to Louisville where she had livedsinfr Will F Booker of the firm of Peaselee Gaulbert fc Co Louisville who is a son of the late Samuel Booker it is said saw that the old family servant did not want for anything in her old age County Clerk Booker in speak ingof the old woman said to the tfEWSLiE DER man I think Aunt Ellen must have beencon siderably older than 87 which is the age given in the paper be cause she nursed ine as a baby and I am 77 years old She was a fine old servant and there are not many of her kind left1 AlIce ROOSYLltSWC1ll vas something to be receded In the annals of history Herbine has been acknowledged the greatest of liver regnlat rs A postive cure for bilious headaches constipation chills and fever unf all liver complaints J 0 Smith Little Rock Ark writes Herbine is the greatest liver medicine known Have used it for ears It does the work Sold by- tbe Red Crcss Drue Store U H Tried in Federal Court In the Federal Courts now ini session at Louisville the follow ing cases from NUson county ofIof of operat Ed NelsonIagre after deliberating ovr two hours Tbe jurv was dis n Greater Lozisville Exposition March 1880- r 1 fra Jru Louisville Ky All In Readiness For Spring Business Exclusive Styles jofTailored Suits Gowns Waists V Skirts and Wraps Every woman wearing a Gutman tgarment has the conscious feeling that none are better Leaders in Style Progressive in Methods 4 Absolute Satisfaction Modest Price The Winning Points H J Gutman Co Inc LOUISVILLE j w r5ir 5SI r i w w missed and the case continued TheilbndJoe B Clark of Nelson ccunty was tried onthc charge of selling liquor without paying the Goyernment tax and was found guilty Sentence will be passed later Gonzy Ballard of Nelson county pleaded guilty to selling whisky at wholesale without paying the Government tax Ho was fined 100 and sentenced to sixty days in jaiLS andard Mzers of Pneumonia A cold at this time if neglected is liable to cause pneumonial which is so often fataland even vhen 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 yield quickly to the wonderful cura tive qualities of Foleysr Honey and Taa There Is nothing else just as good Sold by the Red Cross Drug- Store I PUBLIC SALE OP VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY i rOn Monday Marcb228 Being county court day we will sell at public auction on the premises at about2 oclo k pm the valuable toWn property on Main and Walnut Streets Known as the Mansfield property and later as the S J So k prop erty and now belonging to Truax Goode This property consists of good 10 room frame dwelling barn buggy house and outbuildings also large garden lot next to town branch Tbe above property will constitute very desirable howe to suit the most exacting and will prove a good investment lo ans one hay ing money to invest TERMS This property will be sold fot onethird cash balance in one two and three years of equal notes bearing interest from datfe of sale interest payable annually and notes contain ing the precipitating clauses Purchasers being required to carry insurance for not less thap 2000 in some good and solvent company iu favor of the holders of notes on said property solar stheir interest may Possession of above appearI be given in 30 days from sale W S GOODE 0MAT TRUAX ClCaRS tM COillDlcCU01 Grno Laxative Fruit Syrup stimu lates the liver and thoroughly clcnses the system and clears the complexion of pimpele and blotches Is is the best laXative for QUJed and children as it is mild and pleasant and docs not gripe or sickoii Orino is much superior to pills aperient waters and and all ordruary cathartics as it does not irritate the stomach and bowels Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Murder Trial The March term of the Gar rard Circuit Court began Mon day with Judge W C Rell on the bench The criminal docket iiis rather heavy The most sen- satIOnal cases to be tried are John and Jones Simpson and Curtis East all indicted jointly on the charge of killing Nathan Taylor and Bud Casey The murder occurred last October and the home which belonged to Casey was fled Attorney James Hamilton was employed by the citizens of Buckeye where the tragedy took place tto ferret out the perpetrators Within forty eight hours he asked fqr a var rant for the men above men tioned and they were held with out ban V SiYet Bur Sons Life The happiest mother in the little town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Ruppee She writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble hat our physician was Unable to help him when by our drug gipts advice I bean giving him Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed improvement J kept tjiis treatment up for a few weeks when he was perfectly well He has worked steadily since at carpenters work Dr Kings New Discovery saved hu life Guaranteed best cougt and cod by Haydon Robertson Druggists 50c and Si Trial bottle free tJgg Early iIIsisThe f msue little pmt i T 1 I NEW SPRING ATTRACTIONS IIn Check and Plaid Novelties in Dress Goods at 15c 25q 35c 50c 75c ancj LOO Plain Wool Dress Goods in Black and Colors Serges Panama Batiste Chiffon Panamas Henriettas Voile Danish Cloth Mohairs j A GREAT VARIETY AT LOWEST PRICES Novelties la Side and Back Combs Rib bons Neckwear Hand Bags c Wash Goodsr 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 9x12 Axministers 20 3x12 Tapestry 16 rS6xl06 Tapestry 1150- Moqu t Rugs 4 Moquet RugsSS Oil Cloths Linoleums 500 Pair Lace Curtains ranging in price from SOc to 5 CUNNINGHAMI DUNCAN IBoth Sides Ask For Local Option Election Bowling Green Ky A rather peculiar and unusual state Xf affairs developed here yesterday when the saloon men and the prohibitionists both be gan circulating a petition skin the court to call an election to vote on tne whisky in the city Bith petitions are iidentically liiA and ask for an election to be held in June It is said that the saloonists hearing that the antis were out with a petition thought it was for an election in the county including the city and their petition was asking for a seper ate election for the cily The town will be close while in the county t it is prohibition bya large majority Eggs For Hatching From select pens 9Whitef Plymouth Rock Brown Leghorn and White Wy ndotts My birds were premium winners at the Fairs last year Eggs 75 Cents for 15 A 0 KiMBALl ll2m Springbeld Ky rile New Pure Puoll and Mi Law We are leased to announce tha Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not effect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom mend it as a safe remeay for children and adults Sold by the Red Qros Drug store CARNEGIES DREAM Steel Kings Boyhood Ambition Was to Be a Rfporter In furtherance of the Peace societys object of obtaining International peace the society gave a dinner the o her night In the Yale club at New York to an unusual gathering of newspaper and magazine publishers anti wrltelfI Andrew Carnegie president of the society could not lhe present but his letter of regret was flattering to the newspaper men present In revealing thatlt hail been his boyhood ambition to be a reporter says the New York Herald It was addressed to Secretary Samuel T Dutton and was as follows Door Mr Dutton I cannot refrain from expressing my Ittep regret that my ab nencc prevonts me from having the rare chance of mectlns the molders of public oplnlol aE dinner as our guests My great dcairo In youth was to be a reporter to bogln with Visions of the editorial chair sometimes flitted across jny mind in moments of reverie It Is no longer the son ate or even the pulpit which influences the nation The pen has Indeed become mightier than the sword which U con trols keeping It in the scabbard or draw- Ing It forth to slay International rela tions are really dependent upon the pen In the hands of editors of the press This Is especially so in Europe In the cause of peace whloh rank first with all ot us of the Peace society we would Impress upon our friends the sense of responsibility which rests upon them and beseech their coopcratlbn hoping that their decisive Jnl1uence thh always against the appeal to armlfnndln favor of oeaceful arbitration KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery F rieFOR O MOLD Fres Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG qWOUB j LE9 or XONXT B101CB Clothing t We ate prepared to show the most uptodate Clothing ever shown Incur city and we have the excldbive sale of Hart Schaffner Marx Suits These are the finest ready towear Suits made ranging in price from f8 to 30 Elegant line of Wei worth Clothing for men Suits Welworth 120 forsi5 quits Welworth 18 for 1250 IJ Wei worth 15 for 10 00 Suits Welworth iso for9y Suits Welworth 10 for 750 Wealso have the exclusive sale of the celebrated Perfection Suits for joung men bovf and children at prices that othersask for much inferior goods IICarpetsSultena Cottage Qapets 30 cents Sanitary J3xtra Super Carpets 35c Union Ingrains 40c CC Ingrains 50c Extra Super All Wool Ingrains 70c Tapestry Brussells 85c r Velvets 90c I Axministers 115 Mattings 15 to 50 cents JAPAN IN LEAD OF NATIONS Nipponites Ahead In Civilization and Progress Says Professor Starr Were not so much uftet all for Ja pan leads the world In clvilzatlon and progress The Japanese were better off sixty years ago tItan either them selves or the Americans tire today This statement was mude recently by Professor Frederick Starr of the University of Chicago In a lecture to his anthropology students says the Chicago RecordHerald The professor declared that the Introduction of Innovations into America and Japan has checked their progress but that Japan Is still In a position ahead of any oth er nation It Is not true that the AngloS xons lead the world he said Japan has the top place Progress Is that which tends to the general diffusion of happi ness and the Introduction of thins from thc outside In an attempt to get ahead Isii mistake There Is nothing more horrible In the orI1than the slums of pur clUe and the slums of cities In Europe There Is not a condition la the wildest and worst part of Africa that will compare with the condition of the white crowds Chinas crowded population Is much better off There are many very poor Chinese but they are much better oil than the very poor Amen cans It is also a mistake to think that Immigration will hurt America The exclusion laws are a mistake Neither the Italians nor the Chinese are dan gerous elements The only government thathas continued uninterrupted for 4000 years Is the Chinese government HOUSES OF PORCELAIN Sheets of Glazed and Decorated China to Replace Brick and Stone The dweller in glass houses may be a more or less fabulous Idea but the dweller In a china bouse will soon be a common personage says a London cable dispatch to the New York Amer lican The home of the future lyvlH bo built of porcelain It Is now possible to build cheap simple and cleanly houses with sheets of porcelain Instead of bricks and slate and concrete and to dispense with paint wall paper and spring cleaning The lporcelain used for building this Utopian house is produced by a new method In sheets about an Inch thick but quite as strong as a brick wall It Is made of a mixture of Cornish ojay and French flint bowlders In certain proportionsThe material Is worked into a liquid state then pressed and rolled Into shoots When dry the sheets can be decorated In colors by hand or by printing process The final process Is glazing and firing used in the ordinary potters trade Glazed on both sides the porcelain walls reduce construe tion and interior decoration to simplic ity itself The outside and Inside walja of the house have decorative schemes burned Into them Indelibly before tjie house Is put together V Cleanliness Is one of the greatest merits of the porcelain house Water and wash leather only are needed to replace the annual household terror known spring cleaning DAVID HARUMS OF POLITICS London Papers Fear Bryce It N0 Match For Roosevelt and Root The London Outlook professes to feel a certain anxiety as It looks forward to James Bryces tenure of his ambas- sadorIal office It regards Mr Bryce as an Incurable Idealist who Is likely to suffer In Washington as In Dublin from contact with the realities that await him It Is one thing says the Outlook to write admirably on the American commonwealth It Is another and very different thing to uphold tbe interests of the empire against American states men When It comes to a matter of In ternational bargaining Mr Roosevelt and Mr Root require to be watched an one would watch a New England farm er in the mazes of a horse deaX Feminin Bravery Tom Do you think women are braver than men Dick Yest J do 1 never saw one yet that wouldnt take a chance at niarriagDetroit J ree Press Paper We are the largest handlers of Lace Curtains arid If r in this it be to yo to see our lines before buy ing We earnfetlr solicit your pat ronage I KfNs 5 cents It 40 cents A UMBRELLA AND SHOES Their ImporUnce ln the Eyes ef JM Indian Native India Is so vast that different eti quettes prevail In different districts We have ho standard etiquette ao tandard dress We mostly copy Eu ropean etiquette while With Europeans Even a shakes bands wIth speaks In English for a iIminutes and then breaks forth Into vernacular We shake hands with a Euro eKhon parting but by mistake again touch the hand to the brow In a salaam so we both shake hands salaam and do tbe like and BO sober minded European ever cared for the aupmitjy The umbrella Is the emblem of royal ty the sign of a rajah so natives generally fold their umbrellas before a rajah and not before else however great It is not a part of the dress but a protection from the rala or sUn a necessary appendage Just like the watch and chain You might as well ask a to take off his waterproof coat A cooly is sot bound to fold his umbrella when a brigadier general rides past But a menial generally closes down the um brella on seeing his master whom be considers his king But no Indian however humble ought to fold up the umbrella eveh before a magistrate because he Is neither the master of tbe humble passerby nor his superior oft cer nor Is be bound to salaam him But If be does no harm la a natives generally fold the umbrella 1andWhile going to see i native chief la hIs palace the native visitor or official takes off his shoes if the reception room has a farash and the rajak is sU tlngon his musuud But If be Is received In the drawing room furnished lifter the style the shoes are allowed la some states BO aa tires can go to a rajah without a pa gree In others the pugree Is tskea off and tossed at the feet of a rajah It is ridiculous In a European frost the Hindoo point of view to order a natlye to take off his shoes This is what we ask our priest to do so that we may touch the dust of fils feet A munshi when mildly rebuked by Us sahib took off his shoes but recounted the whol6 scene to his better half say Ing Said hamara gor ka gurds leaay magma The brotbtfInIaw wants the dust 0f my feet Iadlan Military Gazette Salting the Mutter Only the best grades of dairy salt should b4 used for butter It may be added atj a brine after Ute butter This method wattes a good deal of the salt and Is qnly desirable where a very mildly salted butter is wanted The salt may be sprinkled thebutt r while It Is yet In the churn then revolve the churn a few times till tbe butter is partially gathered and allow it to stand If convenient for aa hour or two so the salt may become dissolved and finish work ing either by revolving In the churn ortaklng it out Bulletin Indiana Sta lest Fertilizers fer Fruit In very many eaSes potash fertlHMn have decidedly the of fruits In nearly all cases when ever the percentage of WI ekneat has been raised the change has been accompuuled by an increase of sugar and a Decrease of acid Other things being equal the fruit with the largestt percentage of sugar will bring thp blpheat price In addition less deslfc tllevarieties may be brought up to a higher standard thus giving value to some good iBallty as hardness a1il prptlfll beni4 Tuitil LtgICarl fMrthat spicy journal tfct EnUr priM Louisa yAS Iram anaiUn mf Jfootlwt wtrtM at once applied Bickfonf Salve No iaftaiftMik loll WMl 1wounditIIiydoht Bbberboaa- brL 25c fine Shoes ftr aM WfiWilliamsKneeland fine shoe for mem450 to 5tW L Douglas Cos fine shoot foruisnQand 3 50 Arnolds Perfecfnhoesfor meI 3- tKrippendorfDittfnan Coa fins ehcfoWoaen 250 3Saaiid4i s Sterling Sboea for Missoei and Children We have III these aheM Patent Vici Kid Val Jtr ialBox Calf Wall Carpets all Paper section and riinterest 10000 WALL PAPER t Bengalese Bengalese anybody European word Enropeaa wasbuig thoroughly U9nI Improved qualities wmksa Smiths PLAYING CARDS i ilikrities If The Used by h DiffttNtiOne of the most latere BceMJec Lions of ferei a loot that ITe seen recently Mid a man ordinarily toe busy to make the trip ever the aeni himself is an assortment of jptiyte cards from various paAa of the WrML In every country the owner ef tM collection visited and be went ta a s good many picked up cards ef tecal Manufacture and so repreaeatative of the nation The Russian cards are fterbaps UM most elaborate The faces et tile klsiw and queens are dlffereat bt each viindicating the racial elements that tto compose the empire Os the Greek cards cbwetcal hares and heroines are repreted Nester for examplel l the klar eC bearti aad Orestes the knave Agataeme is the king af clubs Herarics A jack et spades and Mines aad Dsjuie Ibe Mar Qd queen of diamonds The essEil pack is ratber a cheap ens aad scares Ill does bosom to Ute cefehckies per frayed Cadiz Is a cuter for card tlfeturing TIle Idea ef the ipiilss seed saker seems to be to get as BMeh eelsr ea Ute cards as posslMe The jejral robes are of tuasaal ia g Meeaee The clubs are big btadceeas ta ITMSI and red and the kaave s dabs sjayHr caparisoned oa a rjalnds you Killer The spades JIftHiJlII dag- gene aad fee s there are disks 1IIcards la some of are very thin and have a capital PPCItkTbe Madeira cards cesse flea Lie I The igmrea are mere eeaveatiea 4 la d slga than ea tIM panIs TM Ice cards are aiiraed Ttth tjfluil Portuguese sceaes A peculiarity et ihe pack biafht hi Ceaataattaopie is that the see w s la wtUea W Ute lllCk spade a mend clab sc heart la tIM cea4 r et each have la1lUveaeea at I K per left band aM eWeriWK heed corners The Italian face cards pertiay de cidedly gloomy peneaafss lack ass of the face ca teby the way sleds la staail print the aaaM aad edksi e the psaker There axe ttajr pa- ilkandaquab7UIt MI tkreejsartera Ja sIs whkI see Ie beaflht ea the streets e Kaplec fer a it sold These Nsessbie the flaaassh earls te some extent atthtasfrih s royalties aw awre dlgaslid Calre is a great card Meaeky street effen nick =the card heater Forte sat Hilt demand IrIIIe tej4isf- rem the sampke I saw In the sil e Usa The Cake phyla cards etnaa aroetly from Genaaay They am hell llaat la their ceJedag The aess ItItt scenes from teads both jiteKeMtr The em of all Ute jIMU semis fresa Swltxerhu L TIM eavda ava small one and threeq artets br t8and a half laches te sise and the lIMIt deeifja is Ute edelweiss The Irlags HeM and Jacks are delightful s4 d ea te Iwiss cestHsae and the sniiiir certainly gets his moseys 1iNItIItc each face card has tw Wf rus tolte HHlke Oa the aces ave scenes and objects e krterest aMftp to a card the subjects iaelaHagihI castle of Cbiltoa the WatIsrhessS bridge at Lucerne and the LIsa sCLn eraeVIadkafcyells Star ChMcs In CW WMhr Olve chickens a cheer W asiat Into tbelMtMhlae aa ettea as assiMk- wltbeat They can endees eW is wtfeeling it la lair Breather IT the wInd ses net MMr net hee cbkheas ese sad any daywhsa tisj jtataM Is nit iewer IhaaH J s ere Cra a geod teed e wIIiIir Give It lewis a feM iIIt eight Mer Wee It esSeL W has bsenbsIsd IIs4 Z fwMkn wPw Wtshlnj Jeha X HjraalbsjiI- M seai t MIl hess se4eJ as Asset Los A tL J a s9 1 = f It IssdtbItbI t- ss hitaes a almM t r rIL4 allit e t tr f ji i inns PAR NT- SIC tfJ by ct fOTIORNOFqIOOR WHITES Historian Tells of Research MM That Clearly Establishes Line jp if Great Emancipator Parents 4 SjgsVnets Wrongs Don Them Both a IyIDA M TARBELL 1iongthe many wrongs of history jutdilfcey are legionthere is none In our American chapter at least which ill graver than that which has been 4one te parents and particularly the tbelot Abraham Lincoln Of l traImlClass known in the south as poor filtes tkat his father was not Thorn as lifecete as his biographers insist 4i declaring but a rich and cultured planter ofanothgc stett tSuiTKenr lSS iJd liiutnis mother not oii- 1live a fatherless boy to the world Imt herself was a nameless child The ftidltkvn hs alwavff lacked particularity For instance there has been large dMfeceace of opinion about the planter 4ro fatheied Abraham who he was Kd where he came from One stOr- ylitIs him Euloe another Calhoun anI tfeer Hardln and several different States claim him Only five years ago bOOk was published in North Caro lIia toprqye that Lincolns father was a j lent of that state The bulk of te testimony olfered in this Instance cam from taen and wothen who had- tHni born long after Abraham Lincoln fluid never seen him and never heard pieta Ie they repeated until long after late election to the presidency jfipf the truth of tuese stafements atto Lincolns origin no proof bas eer JBeen produced They were rumors dll JJfeutly spread In the first place by 3bose who for political purposes were p11ad tg belittle a pQUtlcal opponent Tbey grew with telling and curiously enough two of Lincolns best friends helped perpetuate them Messrs La UBOII aldHerooonbothof whom irriplew rives of the president which are jbttftrcat interest n4aJ1ieBut ueil thr c4these menWas a student and t did not take the trouble to loli fct fdsOf Mr Xncol sbltth Ifiey accepted rumors1 and enlarged upon them Indeed it was not until perhaps twentyfive years ago that the matter was taken up seriously and an Jnyjestigatlon begun This has been going on at intervals ever since until J venture to say that few persons born tll a ploqeer community ns Lincoln was and as early as 1809 have their lIneage on both sides as clearly estab Hshelxs that of Abraham Lincoln It takes Jndeed a most amazing credu- lity Jot any one to believe the stories el have alluded to after having looked jftt the records of his family Lincoln himself backed by the record in the Lincoln family Bible is the first nu thorlty for the time and place of bin birth as well as the name of bis fa ther and mother The father Thomas Llncoln far from being a poor white was the son of a prosperous Kentucky pioneer a man of honorable and w lla established lineage who had coma from yirginla as a friend of Daniel Boone jind had there bought large tracts of Claud and begun to grow up with the country where he was killed by the Indians r He left a large family By tUR ljhr of Kentucky the estatevwent mainlyt to the eldest son and the youngest Thomas Lincoln waa left to shift for himself This youngest son grotto manhood and on June 10 1800 jwns married at Beechland Kyto a igyming woman of a family well known in be vicinity Nancy Hanks There Is iib doubt whatever about the time laud the place of their marriage All Athe legal documents required in Ken plucky at that period for a marriage are In existence Not only have we the bond and the certificate but the mar rlage is duly entered Ina list of mar triage returns made by Jesse Head one fof the best known early Methodist jnln Isters of Kentucky It is now to be een In the records of Washington county Ky There is even In existence a very full and amusing account of the wedding and the fanfare which fol lowed by a guest who was present and 4 yh6 for years after was accustomed to ylslt Thomas and Nancy This guest 4 phristopber Columbus Graham a unlque and perfectly trustworthy man n prominent citizen df Louisville dIed lbiily a few years ago But while these documents dispose j effectually of the question of the par Outage of Lincoln they do not of course clear up the bangs over the sbndowwhlcbI thereIrrIs anything Stfancy Hanks herself was of as Clear iand clean lineage as her husband 4 There had been nothing whatever un tlJa few yeaistago through the ef forts of Mrs Caroline Hanks Hitch rock of Cambridge Mass who had InIf preparation the genealogy of tbIHamks family in America a volume was published showing what ihe had established in regnrdUo Nancy Hanks Mrs Hitthcock uadbegun at sPthe farend of the line the arrival of Dne Benjamin Hanks in Massachusetts ffi 1099 jBbe discovered that one of his sons William moved to VlrginUt en = d r5A isttar nrrt of thft fliirhteenth can wJw Lyrnutfl ormei In tintnf Dimity of that state a large settlt nont All the records of these families she found In the ball of recordq In fllclnripnd When the migration into Keiituqk becau late In the century it rtns jollied by many members Of the tanks settlement In Amelia county ImQjigothcrs to was JosephHanS sTthhis wlCe Nancy Sblplej Hanks and their chiioven Mrs Hitchcock traced this Joseph Hanks by means Of land recofds fto Nelson county Ky where she found that he died in 1703 leaving behind a will which she dis covered in the records of Bardstown Ky This will shows that at the time elghtjJIving puts Ittt lug thiswill was Can it be that this little girl Bbe was but nine years old when her father died Is the Nancy Hanks who sixteen years Intgrjieeume the mother of Abraha4Gjo1u She determined tojMut She learned fipin reljtaudfrieuds of the am- bMtOSlh hunks still living that soon after her fathers death Nancy went to live with an uncle Itlchard Berry w io the records showed hud come from Viislnla to Kentucky at the same time that Joseph Ranks came A nttle further research and Mrs Hitch cock found that there had been brought to light through the efforts of frlfenda of Abraham Lincoln all the documents to show that In 1800 Nancy Hanks and Thomas Lincoln were married at Beech land Ivy Now one of these docu ments was n marriage bond rftswas signed by Richard Berry the uWleW the little girl recognized in the vttfof Joseph Hanks Here then was the chain cup1plete The marriage bond and marriage returns not only showed that Nancy Hanks and Thomas Lin rain were married regularly three enrsJbefore the birth of Abrahafh Lincoln thus setting forever at1 rest the story ot Lincolns illegitimacy bpt they showed that this Nancy Ranks was the one named in the will The cusplclon In regard to the origin of LluroliTs mother was removed by this discovery of the will for the recognij tlou of any one as his child by a man in his wjll considered by the lawus sufficient proof of paternity Now what sort of people were Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks It has been Inferred by those who have modeliq iinvestigation of Thomas Lincolns lue that Nancy Hanks made u very poor choice of a husband The facts do not entirely warrant this the ory Thomas Lincoln had been forced from his boyhood to shift for himself in a young and undeveloped country He Is known to hay been a man who in spite of his wandering life con tracted no bad habits He was tem perateand honest and his name Is joconlcjl In more than one place in the records of Kentucky He was a churchgoer az4 If tradition may be believed a stout defender of his pe culiar religious views lIe held ad vanced ideas of what was already an Important public question jii Kentucky the right to hold negroes as slaves One of his old frTends has said of him and his wife Nancy Hanks that theywere just steeped full of notions about the wrongs of slavery andthe rights of men as explained by Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine These facts show that he must have been a man of some natural intelli gence He had a trade and owned a farm That the two people who endured 1- thardtipsttnd made in spite of them t bone were t boy could conceive and nourish such Ideals and enthusiasms as Inspired Abrabam Lincoln from his early years should have their names darkened by unfounded suspicions is a cruel Justice against which every honesand patriotic American ought to noIbleof the Kentucky farm where Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks made their first home the directors do nothing more than to set forth the facts of the paffentage of Abraham Lincoln they will Justify their undertaking tare of the Eyebrows The eyebrows should be brushed toi keep them smooth and clean the snmu as the hair Pure petroleum jelly ap plied with a tiny brush to the roots of the eyelashes will cause them to grow and It will not Injure the eyes It should also be applied to Jhe eyebrows If you wish them to grow Bacarefu not to get the jelly over the forehead as it will cause hair to grow where It is not desirable Flaky Ceilings Roughened nd flaky ceilings my be treated with a wash of alum and water Jn proportions of one ounce of willIcaused the roughness and mnke the ceiling fresh and white Creeks In the plaster may be filled with a paste made of whiting mixed with glue water or calcined plaster nUll water Brass Bedsteads 1It Is well to remember that brass bedsteads and brags triiuujjInKS on Iron bed are not made of the solid uutal the brilliant finish being duq to a sort of lacquer covering Wiping with u slightly dampcuc1 cloth followed by brisk rubbing with n dry one U nil that they require If n cleaning corn pound be applied the chances are that the article will be ruined Growing G1r1ST ft t Growing girls need care advice and me d IClnefespecially jn reaching the age of puberty mothers tender care and words of caution will often accomplish wonders As for medicine a ta gentle safe and reliable strengthening tonic is tWine of Cardui l5ir twill prevent andrelieve pain regulate the1 ifuiiit1ons clear the complexion and strengthen jf the constitution It is a valuablel JTjediGifie for growing girls It a has tided thousands over a criticipetidd and ttsaved them f om yearsof ufferjngct can never doharm is sure to dQ good v i j TA relief or cure for all female disorders in girls and women J it At every druggists ill tbo bottlerY- it 4JECAfliUJ 11 n EXPOSITION OPENS March 18 For Two Weeks to Disclose Many Wonders GRAND GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS Creatores Band Twice Dally Without Extra ChargeAn Unexampled Qp portunity to Enjoy Complete Ex hibits of Literature and ArtLoW Rates by flail and River Theodore Roosevelt President tjf thj United States WlljUAiu H Taft Secretary of Wa rslte M Shaw Secre apxoHIIeTreasury V E Met jjlfeTSecretary of the Navy Postmas ter General Cortelyouand Patent Commissioner Allen all having joined together with the officials of the Greater LQiiipville Exposition Company in their effort to obtain attractive exhibits tor the big Louisville eventIIt Is now assured that be able to Offer to her visitors from March 18 to 30 an opportunity of seeing the most novel collection of government exhibits ever shown In any great exposition President Hoose velt has graciously agreed 19 press the button WhiCh will officially set the ex poslton In motion and has Instructed Secretary Loeh to make the necessary arrangements for the ceremony which will take place in his office March 18 The government exhibits are now In process of packing It Is understood and they will soon be on their way to Louisville where they will be seen by countless Kentuckians and other Southerners as well as the people In a broad strip of Indiana and scattered delegations from nearly all the large cities In the United States where the Greater Louisville Exposition Is about to be Imitated The arrangements wrilch were begun during the month of December by A T Macdonald Presi dent of the Exposition Company were recently completed by Fred Levy Its Vice President both of whom made lengthy trips to Washington being greatly assisted there by Kentucky congressmen and government officials According to the latest plans there will be sent to Louisville from the Treasury Department complete exhib- Its of the cyrrency of the United r It THE Ortater ulldlng Which Was eteit a of Mtr tooCOO nai revenue stamp which iiave been used at different periods of our na tional life Both of these exhibits are Very valuable and heavy bond was re quired of the Exposition Company showing that Uncle Sam values his relics and takes every precaution to protect tbemfrom harm or loss Thes1 exhibits are attractively framed with thevlaw of allowing the closest poi sible inspection without handling They will be under the direct supervision of Sergeant Hlttlnger of the war department who It Is supposed at present will sent to Louisville to have general supervision over all government exhibits Besides the stamps and currency notes the Treas ury Department has consented to send to Louisville a frame containing all the medals which have been voted to indivIduals by congress since the first one which was voted to George Wash- Ington These medals have a value In historical and memorial ways They commemorate various deeds of hero lam and statecraft and should bo viewed with Intense interest by all who seethem The Navy Department will send to Louisville a model of the battleship Kentucky vhlch will show In every detail the lines ol that great fighting machine The model will be twelve feet long and will occupy the place of honor In the great marble lobby In the Exposition Building It will be placed where all who enter the building will see It and will have an opportunity to study Its appearance As the pee pIe of Kentucky gave magnificent silver service to be used on this bat tleship It will be Interesting to see what manner of vessel It Is aa mere s Lnrdly a community In the state which did not contribute to the fund which was raised for the purchase of the silver service the beauti ul mndei there will be sent from the isavy Department a number of excel Unt photographs showing the various war vessels of the navy under arled conditions The exhibits from the Navy Department will surely lend a great deal qf enlightenment for those who live far Inland and do not frequently come In touch with things of the SOl The War Department requIsitIoning on tho Rock Island Arsenal Will seud to the Greater Louisville Exposition a big field gun and two rapldJlre guns besides samples of ammunition used by them Twenty stands of the rifles now in use in the United States Army and a stand of flags will also be sent In order to show some of the appli ances used by the IJnited States Army In the Philippine Islands the War partment will send to the exposition a cart to which will be attached a life size cast of a caraboa which animal is a peculiar looking ox with horns like those of a goat which grow out of the sdes of his head from three feet to four and a half feet long Those who have braved no war dan ger will be accurately shown what danger lurks over those who go forth to battle find there will be many from all parts of this state who will see what their fathers before them faced and they asJa rule are themselves ready to face in defense of the flag These exhibits will be shipped to Nor folk for 1hp Jamectown Exposition 43 son as the Greater Exposi lion closes In every respect the War Department tjc4c i e i r ater Louts THVVVVVV hue ErfXiftisruontjtncmia With the same courtesy and attention that they have accorded to officials of other great expositions In the past The Postoffice Department consent ed to the request of the Greater Louis ville Exposition officials to establish in the Exposition Building a model sub station postoffice which wffl show throughout the exposition period the handling of United States mails As a decorative feature In the postoffice exhibits from the dead letter office Will be shown It is said by many who have seen this dead letter exhibit that It is among the most interesting ex amplesof the work done by the Post office Depqrtment that can be found expositionoput ihuse av a Lou svillesubstatlon Besides the other exhibits of the Treasury Department It was at first proposed by the officials of the exposi tion to borrow from the Treasury De partment a coin stamping machine upon which to make the exposition souvenirs When It was found that a dlemaker In Louisville uses an exact replica of the treasury machine in the prosecution of his business It was decided that the souvenir coins of the exposition could be better matte by this Louisville concern and this plan was adopted so that the exposition even to the matter pf stamped sou venirs will he truly Everything made In Louisville fmmJrt MATTERS Pertinent and Interesting Facti Coni cernlng the Big Exposition Louisvilles business section will be ravely Illuminated 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 rateH will be made during the expositiOn period They aswell as all other citizens of Louisville are strongly for Louisville and for Kentucky all the time Ingenious Kentucklans will find much to please them In the display of inventions which is now almost com plete In the Greater Louisville Expo sltion Every Inventor In Louisville has been asked to exhibit the offspring of his Ingenuity and the result will be a remarkable showing It may be that some visitors will be able to get Illuminating Ideas from this display It has long been known that as a cnfAr nt literary effort nnlsvUIe has FIRST REGIMENT ARMORY if Louisville Expesltlo Recently Er At Celt Than be Besides De Loulsvifte author3IDivision of Literature of thee posl tlon is busy gathering together the jj wurks of all of these anthors of every I form In order Jp make a cpmplete dill Iplay It Is held that no city of Its size can rival Louisville In the matter of Excellent homemade literature POINTED PARAGRAPHS No man ever landed n particularly easy posltlc n y trying to dodge work Almost hcry roan ImagInes ho would tlo A lotibl philanthropic stints It ho had tile tflt noy t Why II that the people with noth to d tnt nit n round nnd visit are IIIIJ li ilreiuHnl bores fvfuuc peoplo Imagine that by Iwlug UnpiKlont they are showing nthoH they are as cecI as anybody When u fathnV nuil son aie hi business the son can UMiinlly tell of a lot of inis kfji his other raakos Almost niiy mnrrhMl mnq cnn make ils frpiuls smile by snyin lu Is per fectly rtfj to do an he ploMs Wlion tin carlplfr iKflil bottle fliuls Itself next to the fough medicine on the shelf D nth stops shnrpenlng Ills scythe to IPIIU hitch and be merry AtdiUofi Olohp fWOUS ARCHERS Stories of Wonderful Skill With Bow and Arrow Tile cipreasion drawing a long bow doof not of necessity menu the telling of n falsehood It sometimes refers to q wonderful story which may be true enoiijLh hut which Is no marvelous as to require n firm trust In this veracity of the nnrrntor to enable this hearer to believe it Some of the longest bows of this sort have been drawn about bows and arrows These stories began long ago Virgil In tIC JKneid tells of four archers who were shooting for a price the mark being a pigeon tied by a cord to the mast of u ship The first Ulun hfT the mast th second cut the cord and the third shot the pigeon as It flert awny The fourth archer having notu nnllIswjLpt on like a meteor to disappear In tho clouds The stories told of Robin Hoods archery Illustrated by his wonderful performance as Lockslcy In Scotfa Ivunhoe are also n decided strain upon a sensible persons credulity The famous story of William Tell doubted by many persons Is bbievedIby others to hare a foundation of fact There was a Dane named Poke of whom the same story is told and William of Cloudesley an Englishman Is said to have shot an apple from his sons head merely to show his expertness Most stories of bows and arrows relate to the accurate alma of the archers but a Frenchman Blaise de Vlgenere tells one that shows the tremendous force with which an arrow may be propelled If the bow be strong and long enough According to his own ac count of the matter he saw Barbaros an4 Tnrk admiral of a ship called the j Grand Solyman send an arrow from his bow rigut through a cannon balL I GREAT ENTERPRISE Exposition Work Progressing Famously In Louisville MUCh ENTHUSIASM ON ALL SIDES Louisville Business Men Do Work of the Greater Louisville Exposition Which Opens March 18 For Two Weeks Movement One of Interest to the Whole State Filled with exhibits representing many varied lines bf manufacturing Industry the Greatert Louisville Exposition will open In the vast Armory of the First Kentucky Regiment in Lou Isvllle on March 18 The plans of the Exposition Company have matured rapidly since November 21 when the enterprise was officially launched and when the organization of the exposi tion forces was begun With no idea of profit but with the purpose of showing to all sections 01 this great state what Its metropolis can do and Is doing the members of the Louisville Commercial Club went Into the exposition work nnd the people of this rind all other sections of Kentucky as well as in the South and Southeast will find there much of pleasure and of profit The awaken- Ing of Louisville has been evident to all lovers of Kentucky and now Lou A5 T MACDONALD President of the Greater Louisville Exposition Company Who FirstV Proposed the Exposition Plan Isvllle is making ready to entertain all Kentucky In particular and ad other pedple in general besides at the same time showing what she has ac complished Louisville occupies the first place in many linesof manufacturing Industry besides being very near the toq in very many others From all these lines there came at the call of the Exposition Company hundreds of ex poslton workers who gave of their time their thought and their labor to filling the vast building with the elaborate exhibits which will be sen there from March IS to 30 Foremost among the many industries in Louisville stands the tanning trade with Its allied lines There are thirteen immense tanneries In Louis ville and those furnish leather to scores of manufacturing plants requir ing leather ns raw material Those in Louisville who know have declared that Louisville leather represented In the Greater Louisville Exposition will furnish dosji surprise for exposition visitors In the manufacture of agricultural Implements and farm wagons LOuis vllle takes second place to no city Three magnificent plants turn out t wonderful array of lajvorsavjng devices for the planter while an im mense wagon factory the largest In the worjd ships Its products not only north south east and west through out this broad land but to other coun tries as wellVMillions of yards of cloth In varied textures are cut yearly by the clothing factories In Louisville Within the past decade Louisville has taken n recognized poslton as ope of the prIncI- pal centers In the manufacture of clothing Thrre no city lathe Union where Louisvillemade garments are not worntIn th manufacture food products no less than In the other necessaries of lire Louisville stands out as a pre eminent center The Greater LoulbTlle Exposition Company has Invited niP people of Kentucky to go to theexposltion and the railroads serving those people have established a rate of one fare for the round trip during the exposi tlon period Tho Lee Line Company and oulsvllle ft Evansville Packet Company have made a rate of a tare sad a third Including meals and stateroom for the the same period while the Louisville Cincinnati Pqnjrt The Cause of Many Sudden Deatha There is a dispose prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decuj IVtive Many sudden L 11I ileaths are caused JH p by ilMWait clis IiItt1tIiOhiiIor j r apoplexyarcolteit = the result of kiel 4I ncy disease It L kidney trouble is allowed toad vnnce tliekidiicvpoisonA1 tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder or the kidneys themselves break down anti waste away cell by cell DImMer troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest hn ptoper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badlyl you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney lliver and bladder remedy It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to gOiofteu through the day ahd to get tip many tunes during tlii night The mild iviul the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new dis covery and a book that tells all alx ut it both sent free by iiiail Address Dr Kil mer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle VV L VV I f 1t 1t1tt 1t1t ftIi G D1Robertson 8 GoJf HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL Farming Implements and lifel = i i Seeds Clover Timo w thy Alisha- BlueGrassRed Top bapli g cII Northern white Oats etc w t HARNESSI V Plow Wagon iand all kinds of strap goods TDATRIANNIcHI1Made sliPttleythe rod rketWRIT d oorna nail announced mat the rate will be one fare for the period of meals and stateroom and the offers besides the Interest In tJtexposition two dally concerts by the fa moiis band of the band master and other excellent features for the low rate of cents of the Greater Louisville are still strongly In evi dence In all Kansas will follpw lead next to the latest advices from I7 city on the Kaw shah matr the shah is dead Shah In fact entered our long ago via Arabic and old French arriving In the form of check Chess Is really u checks kings and the cry Check means your king Is In hence the verb and check In all their English check which Was the of a bill that served to check fraud checkered from the aspect of the and from the checkered pattern of the l 6n which the kings accounts wish counters All these we owe to the Persian sover eigns Tht Bosnian Routing Jack A curious variety of the old fash ioned roasting jack is used by the of Bosnia and when roasting sheep whole as on thp occasion of a wedding One often sees near a running stream a long pole having ope end freely In a socketed peg while the other the water is wltjr miniature paddles This Is the Bosnian roasting jack The sheep to be cooked Is Impaled on the log n tire Is lit and while the current spins the paddles and the polo merrily round the big joint Is cooked literally to a turn Wide World Why She Was Pleated Tess Pld llr Borem ever call on yon JesYes ho called last oven Ing I was quite when the girl brought up 4 card TessOh have gone down to him It was some one else Press Suited For Your little boy may become presi dent some day 4tf hardly thin so Archibald is too modest and retiring OIl well he may get to be vice Bulletin The largest are found In South America where some sped Incas reach 1 length of five Inches with a spread of wings of ten Inches Worlds liggest Power House When the recently tb1 the Rapid Transit C3m any are will have the largest flower house lu the world says the Eaglo These call for the of the present power house au Kent avenue The to ta cat will be upward of 5000000 aud the capacity upward of 150000 What this will mean for can be seen from the fact that on the heaviest days the system does not call for over 120000 from nil sources On thet of the new structure Its dynamos could keep in motion the traf tie of the entire system should all the other power houses break down simul Only dreary days and mud Very desultory weather Sadly Jacking In Invention Scarcely wlnterllke and neither Summer spring nor autumn eItherJust a very ordinary Sort month Is February How could respected Widely ever have selected February for the mom Inl Which he happened to be born In rHow could Lincoln great In glory Fond of quite another story Find a single small delight InVChoosing It to see the light tn1 Not bird Is singing In it Not a bell Is ringing In It Minimum of pay days In It Neither June nor May days in it Just a very ordinary Sort o month is February ctark M Adam In St iLouls PoutDis patch No Longer Cheap Twixt all supplies there seemssrsee Torench the top notch fIrst The cost bf living grows apace And now we have the worst It almost makes the nation weep This rlr of one sad day For even talks no longer cheap The snite raised its pay Eaxle Hooker Eaton in Harper Weekly From Isaac tgJaJ C W BCIChI ALLOF Imple- aA 3 i tots kind To baeco Trans GralDitDrillsI tPOULTRY AND FIELD FENCE OF ALLJCINDS I AfULL LINE QF UPTODATE HARDWARE AND GRDCERrES exposition exclusive Exposition Company Neapolitan Creatore admission twentyfive Imitations Exposition Louisvilles likelihood CityI according toCheckmatf Checkmatel represents language ofI substantive meanings originally counterfoil chessboard exchequer tablecloth werekept tltIeLondon Chronicle peasants Herzegovina ceremony revolving overhanging equipped underneath Magazine delighted delightIodJe thinking Philadelphia Something presldentVPhlladolphla grasshoppers contracts Brooklyn completed Brooklyn Brooklyn contracts duplication horsepower theservice present horsepower completion taneously FebruaryVordinarySort FebruaryOnly 1lnncitNota altogetherfNothing Washington Shelly KENTucKVrsiovERons SI ments Chattanooga Plows quitivaV Harrows eMckyGovernors FREE w nFIrstTHRThWIdwesMaYtlEverFREE e tucky State Historical Society In order to place these pictures In a permanent Corm U1C7ka ve feeea rnw e4 a sgroup in an aptodite Atlas showing Kentucky with the 1atestcess picteres l tustatisticaliaps Caual Eastern QeIYMandTIM unique sad valuable Ads U FEB to ALL EVE IPOST 9UMCMMIIS if not now a subscriber send 300 fats full years subscription by ailorooforamonths subscription Understand that these rates are by dely am4 that the siib scription price by carrier or agent is 10 cents per week The Evening Post publishes six or more editions daily and the latest edition ia seat I each reader according to the time that it wiU aeachthernVThe Evening Post is first In everything andtha the most te news sd hItmarket reports t t Par all the people aud against the grafter J Independent always For the Home w1jt ttttnbtgJ LOwivlLLEY t Special Price on Chart and Evening Put wfth this Paerf rijqPI j PI 1 I t IAddre E L DAVJSON Jr SpiimgRM K t1TEATERLffofSViLy4 ONE FARE EQRRDUMTRWBYRAILORR1YER MAR I30-a NIATAANDH1LLLLMII oerinwntLXbibtc a thAll4F R1 ROOSEVELT I PRESIDENT tAut all II man 23A LoUisviIIe is Booming t1i Ir yf iTjT7Iil 1bIWis the rm sagSSgTEgfel LouisW lMniTlTTrT I- M1oft anr g JMtotf abe1Nrid tIN aDd PJow me world ai I ks- IIfiis LauievtIsawtmPUL- I1OMISI is prcSUIb1sles la 00000000 k i Iit JIUk lathe td eM t= ittDttithe tibet of ths WW 00- MERCIAL S4O IeI schosi do THOROUGH o and yssit svrIn want of a Md PoMMjf kMBjs =tsie csJsTAIT TiLTTOUUIE lOanuomswtroI lODrs Reidsi PrUatS Piuuasa g slffasre jJlae t tI l DRJIBURTOJiI t ItftlDCNr DENTIST I 1 TEETH EXTRACTED Ji ITHOUT PAIN f t CuviisEaIockpatsri SPBINGFIELD KY i Dental Work Strict i Fintclmii TDDtlPJ ciiiind Sirgeon Office hours 8 to 9 am 1 to 2 pm i peoes over Haydon s DrugstorE i fPI sJILLarnptonMD Office k Operi House e4 Office PhneNe Residence No 38 W F GRIGSBY TTORNEYATLAW EoyrPeoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY 1 1 l J BL RORuuxs M W FYA RtBAROS HYATT r Jljiidtis and Surgeons lcoverOW Hagan s gro ii ctry opposite Presbyterian chwrch ii t4W W Rayt f ivHYSCUN AND SURGEON Qfice over Haydon Robert t I s Drug Store Phone Office 155 f Residence 172 J JtINY MAYES lpL uiKECTOR MD LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE Je AYHO NIGHT 74p i SPRH6FELD KY i1 itiilfoad Schedule1J fJFolkiiBg is the time schedok aijyfr inf effect on the Bardstowt Ipgie14 branch railxoad- i o41Lelves Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junctiot 60 pBD Bard town 552 pm rriT at Springneld 645 pm jio 4S Leaves Springfield at lp am ardstown 617 a m 13rdMown Junction 705 am atxiVM at Louisville 755 am iip 48 Leaves Louisville at 7l0 amj Bardstown JunctioD 9Osi Bardstown 1115 am arriTt tt Springfield 1240 pm o44rLeave8 Springfield a i80 RB3 Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 485 pm arHVecrat Louisville 545 pm- t No gotSundays only Leaves BJpjiBKfieid at 715 am Bards tWB 8axm Bardatown Junction fiiaH arrives at Louisville 6 95LuI aSfo 911 Sundays onlyLeaves LbmiiVilk at 6 pm Bard tpwn JiiwUoo 650 pm Bardstown 7iilpicharrive at Springfield t 8pm v 1i TttKci91ljters VjjyfrjgjKtsh tQ state to our friends TthiMighont the tobacco growing Vftectibns that we are not connect t ar4ltecty or indinctly with Iny other warehouse or ware fcowi company Wiconduct a Strictly Inde- pii4ent Tobacco Warehottee Col1on Business and res ipctftilly jolicit your patronage I O A BRIDGES Co Proprie toii Picket Tobacco Warehouse t Lemvme Ky 408 mo PiCTURES An- dPICTUREI FRAMES F 1 FctjMre JFramM made to cCtofitl any picture I aMe MHtmifachire mirrors t J cgs ieisonable B Taylor M IrsyptoofacOu iOt t Myoi pa 4 ytoyW lwyJ bay it in taffcdiit sad jure a oold be kIHeatea Com ptoto p ttttLOU Stfd by the psid OIO5 DTU f Store L b I I TOWN eo I iM liitLecalllaIaTlit Fr htst and Latest i AllAKroutYourfttir Friend ji and Acquaintances ij J JeoedneSday homin and every Friday at Hartleins Renew your subscription for 1907 and get a good magazinE free Bed rjom suits alTfrom 1 iito 85 at Leachmans furniture store FOR SALEA Good jferse milk cow Inquire of Rev G W Lyon potatoesJcall and get my prices P J Thomas Ii have the best refrigeafctor on the market Leachman the Furniture man J Seed potatoes and a fulIas soft ent of garden seed at T Irvine McElroys Northern seed potatoes for sale at lowest cash prices J A Snader Folding beds at 14 to 85 each W E Leachman the furniture man White fish and mackerel t el beston the market at McElrpy Shaders groqeiy Wanted country hams bacon and shoulders Highest market price paid at J A Bhaders Triump Early Rose Early Ohio and Burbank seed potatoes at IrviueMcElroysgroeryJustreceived of baby carrIages and go cjirts at W E Leachman furniture store Is1 FOR SALE A good blaca mare a sow and 7iiTsaid 5 shoats M Reed r L d No 1 Springfield Ky There will bo held tbe regular weekly prayer meeting at the Presbyterian churchthis Thurs diy evening at the usual hour If you want a real good shoe try Hamilton Browns comfort style and durability- i P J Thomas I Miss Sue A Duncan has for sale pure bred S C B Leghorn eggs 1 for 15 eggs- Springfield Ky R F D 3 If you want a pair of cheap pans at a bargainS any size or color I have them P J Thomas Deafy the expert shoemaker is at his old stand with the Biue Grass Manufacturing Co pre pared to do first class repair work FOR SALE Incubator and brooder Bas been tested and proven to be a good one In perfect conditionMrs H Leachman Call at McElrov Shaders and get some sliced breakfast bacon or sliced dried beef Sliced to order any quantity any thickness by our new macnine The L N will sell Jackets at one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip to Louisville on the following days March 21 23 25 28 and 30 Tckets are good returning until April 1st- STaAYEDOn my place near KelleY Shop about threeweeks ago a red and black shoat Owrer can have same by proving property and paying costs Will Jones Mr F M Martin has traded his hOe and 50 acres of land near town to Mr T D Tapp for his residence on Grundy avenue Mr Martin received as value for his property 5000 while Mr Tapp put his property in at a valuation of 53400 Possession is not tp be given until this fall sometime The trade was nego tiated by McElroy Whartcn real estate dealers Mr Woodson Moss returned Monday from a business trip to Louisville and to points in Indi gus Mr Moss has been at work on arrangements for or ganizingian assOcIation for hotel- men of Kentucky and says that be has received promises of support from llth9 betel pro prietors of Ixwisville as well as in other paints in the stat A pceeting has been cilled fof TOPICS I April 18th at The Seelbacb Louisville Lloyd CUrkton Dead Mr Lloyd Clarkson a well known and popular citizen of the county died at his home about Ijhree miles from fy wn on the Lebanon pike on last Friday night at about twelve oclock after a long illness Mr Clark son ws asufferer from Brights disease and has been in failing health for about a year Alittle over a year ago he was the vie tim of an unfortunate occurence by which he received a pistol wound in the knee from tt pistol in the hands of a negro who was shooting at another man and Mr Clarkson who was a by stander was so unfortunate as to be struck by the leaden missle While the wound had entirely healed and he had probably re covered from the effects still it is thought that his other disease might have been augmented by the shock and he never regained his former vigor Lloyd Olaruson was born at the old homestead on the Leba non pike where he passed away about 44 years ago He was a son of Mr Lloyd Clarkson Sr and Elizabeth Duncan Clarkson Be received a good common school education andQ in early life worked on the farm He later embarked in the undertak ing and furniture business In Springfield in shich he contin ued for seyeral years Going from Springfield to Bardstown ae was engaged in the livery table business at that place for two or three years For the last ten years of his life he had been making his home with his broth er on the latters farm near Bookers station and was engaged in the live stock business There was no man who had a better imputation for fairness ind strict I integrity in his dealings with his fellow man thanI Lloyd Clarkson and the farmers with whom he dealt extensively o f late years had the greatest respect for his word in a busi less transaction He was never narried and his nearest relatives ire his two brothers Mr Thos 31arkson of this place and Mr C Clark on of Lebanon and his halt sister Mrs Ben Haydon 3f Springfield The funeral took place on Sun Jay morning from St Dominic church and the interment was it St Dominic cemetery Letter Lit4 List of letters remaining un sailed for in the Springfield Ky PO week ending March 21 007pif Miss Francis BlandXord Henry Finnucan John Lanham 2 Jack Queen H Emmet Wathen Sarah Underwood The Young Bennett Co Persons camngitor hes letters trill please say advertised and give date of list W AWaters P M Quick Settlement Springfield Ky Feb 28 07 J I Bright Lebanon ty Dear Sir pave just received check of great Eastern Casualty and Indemnity Co for 1333 amount m full on my claim Yours Truly L D Baker s mu VV 1 k U OOS i I NEW MILLINERY 1 4 5 1Sl reo 1 Beautiful Easter Hats I To be Shown next Thursday Afternoon Friday and Saturday 28th 29th and 30th Q Everybody invited to attend this display yMISS KNOTT5 Q Opp Post fficeQ i s oo PERSONAL Miss Mary Gleason is visiting in Louisville Miss Callie Smith of Lorntto is visiting relatives here Mr and M B Jones are visi ting relatives in Maysville Mr IJopper Brewer of Leba non was in town Sunday Mr David B Litsey is visijting friends in Chattanooga Tenn Misp Rose Mackin of Lebanon is visiting Miss Margaret Hagan Miss Florence Hamilton of- FrederickstowspentThursday here Messrs Walter Hume and Joe Wycoff spent Sunday at Mack yule Mr and Mrs Felix Hamilton of Lebanon spent Sunday in town Mr G L Hay don and family have moved to their farm near tbwq Miss JennieMcCabe and Mr Gwin Marks were in Lebanon Sunday Mr Lee Parrptt who has been yery ill several weeks is improving Mrs T C Campbell and Miss Bessie Campbell were in Lebanon Saturday Miss Nell U Green and Mr Hugh Lee Smith were in Leba non Sunday MUs Nannie Rapier and Mr George Robertson were in Leba non Sunday Miss Callie Bean of St Marys isvisiting at the home of Mr Wm Wathen J htb Miss Roxie Wakofield of Maud is visiting friends in Lou iisville this week Hon W D Claybrooke Is visi ting his brother Hubert in Scojtsboro Ala Mr C C McGill of Lebanon is visiting his brother Mr Stephen lcGil1IMr and Mrs T Scott Mayes are attending the exposition in Louisville today Miss Nell C Green and Mrj Joseph Edelen were in Lebanon one day last week Mrs W K Marks has returned home after a yisit to her brother Mr R P Nell of Louisville Mrs Tip Spalding of Bards town spent Sunday and Monday with Mr Ben Haydon and family Mrs Kate Williams and daughter Miss Mabel are in Louisville for a two days stay Mrs Sallie Burtle of Bards town is visiting at the home of Mr John R Barber near town Miss Grant Hays and Miss Lydia Williams of Maple Hill were shopping in town yesterday Mrs Frank Logan and MissY Annie McDowell of Danville are guests of Mrs A C McEI roy Robert Marks was in Louis isville last week to help wire the the Greater Louisville Expo sition Misses Julia Goodin Kather ine Crurae and Miss Dpody of Lebanon were in town One dai last week r Mrs W T Leachman am Misees Sara and Annie J Simms are visiiing friends inJ puisvilh this week RevR E C Lawson has so far recovered from a severe at tack of the grip as to be able to about again Mesdames W D and Palmei G McElroy were in Louisville Monday and Tuesday to see the Exposition Mr and Mrs Richard Clark son of Lebanon attended the funeral Mr Lloyd jClarkspn here Sunday Mr and Mrs W K Robertson are in Cincinnati buying new goods for the firm of Robertson Claybrooke Co Mr J Charles Green and Miss Nannie Rapier of Bardstown visited at the home of Mr John F Green Sunday Messrs Richard Wathen and William Boldrick of Lebanon attended the funeral of Mr Lloyd Clarkson Sunday Miss Minnie McClelland is in Louisville this week acquainting herself with the newest styles in Spring and Summer millinery Miss Willa Knptt returned from Cincinnati and Louisville Monday where she spent a week buying stock for lher milmerj bpet1ingL I Mr Edmund D McElroy who his been in Kansas City MpM eight years iis at home visiting hisparents Mr and Mrs A C 4 MeElroy Mrs Ardis Brown left to day to visit Louisville a week and from there she will go to Kansas Citv to spend the summer with her sister Mrs Stephen Brown Mrs RV H Edelen of Bards town haSHaken rooms at Mr Irvine Wimsatts to remain here seyeral months while her niece Miss Cecelia Smith is under treatment of Dr J C Mudd Mr DMWheat and daugtP ter Mrs Arthur Goatley of Clyde Kan are guests of Mr land Mrs Palmer Goatley ojI WllIa position as manager creamery Mr Conrad Hertlein who has been athts od home in Germany for the past three months came in Tuesday night accompanied by his wo younger sisters Miss Sophia and Wilhelmena t nd a brother Adolpli Hertlein aid John Tulius a young German who desires also to become an American citizen Mr Hertleinr anfl party came pver on the Hamburg American line steam er America and enjoyed a pleasant voyage Among the souvenirs brought over are sev Ddl1yNewspJtiishedon board ship and which prints the latest news obtamidbyThe many friends of Mr Hert lein are gl id to welcome him and can only say That if his relatives l EEgEIf a EItEIfEIfEIfEI a m A CORDIAL INVITATION is extended f you to enjoy our advanced SHOWING D SPRING MILLINERY t1 Friday and Saturday March 29 and 30 tjj e 7 0 N An unusually beautiful line of Pattern Hats ReadytoWears and Tailored t1 Effects will be shown Also an attractive lot of LACE and SILK WAISTS will be exhibited for your inspection It will be our pleasure to have you ex JA neourltock before buying your Spring Millinery lau MRS WILLIAMS I ae J a EEEEEQEE CJ lliI Its Worth traveling a long distance to have your teeth extracted S mmWithout Pain or Danger i All work guaranteed 3 L G CRIJMED D S Ii Kya it 3 make as tod Americans as he has proven to be they will 1e all right THE TEXAS wONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two mpntbs treatment by mail for SI Dr E Wi Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send for Kentucky estimonials The winds of March have no teiror to the user of DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve It quickly heals chadded and cracked skin Good too for boils and burnt snd undoubt edly the best relief for piles Sold here by the Red Cross Drug Store HE GAINED HIS POINT To Do It Ihe Actor Spoiled the pray and Lost His Position An American actress who had toured In England was telling her experiences and related an Incident that amused tier She said In u play produced in the provinces there Is a scene In which the hero strikes the villain who slinks away without seeking to defend himself One night Inn large manufacturing town the young fellow who played the deep dyed scoundrel remarked to the leading man lbefore the curtain rose I say old chap Ive got my fiancee out In front tonight with her rather and mother Now of course they doni know anything about on business and Im afraid ltt would rather hurt me with them If I received o blow and got away in the usual cowardly fashion So dear old chap cant you omit the blow tonight 4But my boy the management will line me 2 hillings IIWeH Ill pjiy the fine Oh yes Thats all very well for you hut what do I get out of It Nothing but a bad name with the pow ers that bet uob well Ill give you 2 shillings extra or better yet yon hit me as usual and Ill hit back Theyll fine me not you anti Ill glveyou the 2 shillings bolides Yen see iuirm sit uated I shouldnt like the girl to mix me up with the character I play Out skIers are so funny that wa So the compact was rondo and that S night when the hero crfed Sir Daniel Deepwater or something of that sort base offspring of a noble race take that Sir Daniel not only took that but gave itbSck with such force that the pit In cheers rose at him Includ ing his relatives tp be by marriage and he walked oft the stag In triumph- I am sorry tof add he lost his situa tion but he gamed his point Knnwna Gruvrlng Of It Is a natural thing to ask a man when Introduced to him what state he came from The fact Is however that Kansas Is getting to have a big na the born population When the first jeiisus was taken In 1800 there were nearly a thousand more people living in Kansas who were born In Missouri than tJirewere who had been born on Kansas soil Only onetenth of the people In the state then Including all the babies had been born on Kansas Boll According to the last census how ver there were nearly half the people living In Kansas who were born In the state By the time the next censua Is taken twothirds of the people In tile state will be native born Kansas City Journal Chllinnr a ilnxbniid on the Phone Calling a husband up maliciously on the telephone day and night has been ruled In Massachusetts not to be an ac tionable misdemeanor In a wife The Judge added however by way of gratuitous observation thIs I think that one having a telephone In his house could enjoin a person from centlnuous ly ringing him up day and night upon unimportant matters which he had no right to do to the loss of sleep and rest tp the occupant and to bis Jet an- ioyanceColllers Weekly Chicks In Cold Weather Give chickens aJ chance to get put Into the sunshine as oftcnas possible They cnn endure quite cold weather without feeling It In faIr weather If the wind does not blow do not keep chlckoim conflued any day when the tiMiiporatqrels not lower than 15 above zero Corn Is n rotl feoJ for winter Jive 4he owls a full twl of It at nlcht Thoy like It very much If It hu iM1i boiled fecdlug it to them hllf ir Is warm uoi novrm Save tans wiifa The howls of a collie were the means pf saving Thomas Asbury of Anderson Jnd from being f pzei to death by the roadside Apbury was riding tram Kulghtstovmi to Anderson The night wits very cold and after thirtysix hours In the saddle be was strlckeft with cramps and fell from his torse A farmers watchdog attracted bj the noise of the passing horse followed It some distance iowa the road barking as he went The dog soOn awakened his master Frank PIttsford The col lie ran yelping Into the yard nnd back up the road again to where the man lay unconscious lIere ho remained and kept up hl3arktn uqtll Mr Pitta ford put on bls coat anti followed When Flttsford found the man there were but few lgs of remaining Ml Kodpll Digests what yon eat and quickly overcomes Indigestion which is a forerunner of dyspepsia It is made in strict conformity to the NatibnalPur Food atd Drugs Law and is sold on a guarantee reU plan Sold by the Bed Cross Prug Store IHomeladeIsThe Beatt III i Rear This JIIn Mind I 1 eiiAlmost every jdealer iin th icounty and adjoining counties tlearne Epm experience that we makgpt grade of harness that gives satisfaction to the tItrade You bah come to the facs t tory and examine the material and see it made andsee that we lItuse no rotten or bunt stockK JThat is why we can I IGuarantee OurGoods jiiiiiInsist on the HomeMade tARTICLE and if yx DEALER cuwot your wants come to us aW we will tell you 1iIitYiito get it If you want oMtdunt spcitIco the factory f RepairiDg Neatly Done i iAt Reasonable Prices f BLUE GRASS MANUfAtTU INfi CO i tiiji lLIIliWi iII iAiffi wwv ft i iSPBIII G 5 2JII- j f I CCLOTHINL f I ft 41 twoS We axe f ttkf nourlifSPRING CLOTHING formen and boys Uilliye Ii 5a nice election of a Strauss BrosJine Clothes I I Call and make selection I ci I We are making a specialty this tseason of f i HHaAan ShOes J = i ttThe finest Shoe on the market for meri s i Also bYea nice line of = i Ladies Oxfords It I JA sbec Prkeii U nit fIII I The RobertsonC1aybrokeCoP INCORPORATED It l 1If M m4 2000 Iii Worth of Groceries to be il it cost lotf t iilt E CASH frj r i Sale ttoJcioseMarch31 19 7r it L 4 Pro4u e ascMk ft i tII iP WI HAOANfLv 49 H 5f tffo SPORTING WORLD I j d mt burg Ball Talk Another Pirate urts been sent back t to the mhioraby the Pittsburgh Nation t Lleague baseball club and there are still about nineteen others slated to be I disposed of before Manager Fred qiarkettakeal his crew south on the a S traIn1n trip y Frank Hulseman an outfielder la the Ilatest player i3 be disposed of He kIgoee to Kansas City In the American 1assocIationThe Litest rwluctlon decreases the number of players on the local club to thirtynine and the endIuot yes t Hrtivever the Pitbburg magnate Is not 1 LFUR CAIIKE PrTTSBTJIia CAPTAINMAN AGEH telllog plans for the future and did nol Iannounce the terms of the deal mad public recently whereby Hulsemau drafted from Montreal of the Eastern league goes back to a league of the same class he came from v Plttsburg Is still In the market forti catcher but whether another compe tent backstop can be secured Is a matter for the future d The composition of the Pittsburg team outside of the batteries has bseu I practically decMed upon Nealon will play first with Abbaticchlo ou second Wagner at short Starke at third irhile Clymer Halluian and Loach wijl cov er the outfield Stork a Hnrvard law student played third base for the Providence Eastern league toam last year and was generally regarded as a phenomenon If lIe falls to make good tw1th the Smoky City team however 0Ieach will go back to third base and Anderson Will cover left field Ball Players Eat Too Much it ivas announced recently that tire players of the Plttsburg National league baseball team will the coming seas be forced to eat on the Euro bean plan while on the road instead of getting the food In job lots as has been the custom heretofore Barney Dreyfuss has seen the light iHe announces that players eat too much when they dont seem to be paying for It themselves and in consequence dor not keep in the best condl tlon They get out of condition carrying too much food about In an Inter view telegraphed to the sporting edl 41on of one of the Plttsburg papers 2 0fureytussls quoted as follows I think the players eat altogether too much at the noonday meals now not that there Is any objection to the price but it gets them out orcondl tion Now my Idea for thl year Is that t the players be put up at some good European plan hotel and allowed to feed themselves Give them 3 per day for food which will be as much as mostof them will want to spend and n lot more than some of them will spend lam satisfied i I When a hungry ball player falls down before a menu card at an Amer ican hotel and knows he can eat every thing on that card he Is likely to eat more than he should especially If he is going to pjay ball that day Our Idea iIs an experiment If It Doesnt firing good results we will re turn to the old style Hackenschmidt Coming to America The announcement that Georg Hack enschmldt the wrestler Is comlug to this country soon has caused a flurry 1 among the professionals and the Amer icanI grapplers alt want n piece of Hacks game t George Baptiste once a well known wrestler has been In communication with Hackenschmidt for some time Baptiste Is now fiSt Louis business man and he Is willing to bid 510000 for a champIonsBlp match there be tween the American champion and the I Russian Lion Gotch says he1s wlll IngS IIFred Beell weuld like to tackle- Hack and Tom Jenkins wouldnt mind another whirl Johnnys Horrid Finish If you dont quit eating so much Johnny exclaimed Mrs Lapsllng hor rifled at the gluttonous propensities oJ t her youngest fhe first thins you know yonH be a regular filibuster Cuicugt J Tribune =1 Does Your t Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood t for bad bloofi You know for good blood is good health i bad blood bad helth And rtyou know precisely what to 55take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have iiJ fetfdorsed it for 60 years ff I fremjtnt e of had blood li a lnjrjlih liver Tbu products cOnstipation Uonoua 1 I nfcUnces are then absorbed Into the blood II JtMp the toe opeuwlib Ayers rml isi- A z C Jlyfcf Co trfjwell Xmu SaSitAW1O acwcvWeliTft ja Mcrett We jrabliih Ifa formul otl1 omr medicine V r- PEOPLE OF THE DAY- Senator With Indian Blood Charles Curtis who recently took the oath as United States senator from Kansas Is the first matt of Indian blood to fill the position He was also the first Republican senator in recent years o obtain a seat among his party associates without undergoing an ap It1cesUIIJ on the Democratic side the Cherokee strip The death of Senator Alger caused a rearrangement of seats The new senator from Ransas is a native of the Sunflower State and is InI CnAIlLTM CURTIS his fortyseventh year Ins mother was a quarter blood Kaw Indian the rest French and his father wjis a cap tain In Fifteenth Kansas cavalry The rather died when his son was a boy and the mother followed soon Then the lboy went to live with his Grandmother Curtis In North Topeka making a living by selling paper and fruit nt the railway station and riding race horses In the summer months When twentyfour be held his firgt office prosecuting attorney of Shaw liee county In 1S9Q ten years Lifter his admission to the bar he was an- tldatc for congress and lost Two years later he tried again and won It is said he shook hands with 50003 men in that eanhlZ a and remembers to this day the name of each He has served fourteen years In the national house of representatives Dave Brewer at Home Sin Justice Brewer of the United Stnt supreme court conies from Kan sag After he married the present charming Mrs Brewer they1 went for a visit out to his old nqme In Washington a justice of the su pre me court is always spoken of as lrTustfccinu that was the title Mrs Brewer had always heard When they reached Chicago the Mr was dropped and tIme Jurist was referred to as Justice Brewer At Omaha fibme old friends called him David J5and when they crossed the Kansas line some former neighbors referred to him as Dave Lets go home suggested Mrs Brewer SSWhy asked the jilstice Because dear Mrs Brewer replied I am afraid if we goany tar ther they will be calling you Davie A Man of Large Affairs Frederick C Stevens financial back er of William J Oliver the lowest bio mice for the contract to build the Pan ama canal is superintendent of public works of the state of New York In the latter capacity Mr Stevens will have charge of the Erie canal improve ment a work which Involves the ex penditure of 101000000 In addition he is directly Interested in many vast private business and financial enter prizes that necessitate the yearly ex change of millions of dollars Mr Stevens Is a native of Attica N Y and is fiftyone years old After graduating from the Attica Collegiate FREDERICK 8TKVKNS institute he began a course In engineer lug in Cornell university butwas compelled to abandon it on account of ill health The elder Stevens was at that time engaged In railroad construction work In tho west and his son joint him in his multifarious enterprises and for many years led an out of door ex istence He got his experience ou Jus ground In a practical way directly su perlntendlng railroad construction and also operating railroad lines Later h branched out ns a financier and organ ized the Commtyvtal National bank of New York of which hi is president at this time lie was elected to the New York state senate in 1902 and WIt Mr Stevens is a stocky deep chested man with big fiend partly bald HP wears ajwbltev aggressive heard An Odd Animal Community Natural enemies of the animal world are sometimes found Ifvlug together ia extraordinary communities G Mil his in a volume oh animals quotes this experience of an observer On one oc casion when ferreting I bolted a OX1- llt a stoat and several rabbits and rats but of the same earth The fox bolted first after giving the ferret a nip across the back from the effects of which it died an liojir later Next came tthe stoat and then the eat both of which I shot Then followed the rob bits and ruts promiscuously It was a large burrow on the banlr oCn deep dry watewourse and often held n fox when I ferreted It afterward Talking Through a Human Body To talk through a human body or a row of human bodies for the uiatfoi of that is one of the weirdest oP electricians feats If a telephone wire be severed and the two ends be held by a person one in each baud but far aparti 4s quite possible for two Indi YWttai8Nto carry on a conversation tlirough the body of the medium aRI readily and as distinctly as if the hail been properly connected T11E DETECTIVE STORY Qriginand Growth Qf the Clever Amateur Sleuth VOLTAIRE WAS HIS CREATOR The Great French Writer Introduced Him tp the World of FictionThe Genius of Poe and Gaboriau and Conan Doyles Sherfock HolmesJMost persons who t stories and mOst literary critics too believe that this very popular form of fiction was invented by Edgar Allan Poe They point to his story of The Purloined Letter as being the first of its kludthe first in which Is Intro duced the man of keen mind of close reasoning mid of constructive imagi nation who is able to piece together certain facts that are known and then by brilliant deduction to pass from them to other facts whtch are not known but the truth of which he is able to establish beyond a doubt Poe himself linda mind precisely of this character the tniludif a mathe matician subtle loglciUand capable of searching analysis IIo once gave u remarkable lllustratfon of what he could do as an Investigator of mysterious crime Aynjngshopglfl named Mary Rogerfwas found murdered under circumstances which excited great public Interest In New York The pollce jvere completely bullied though they advanced a theory which was plausible In part Poe taking the facts that were admitted wove them into a story the scene of which lift laid In Paris and Which he called The Mystery of Marie Roget Then from what was known he passed by deduc tive reasoning to what was quite un known and worked nut a solution to the puzzle which no professional de tective had been able to explain Years afterward time confession of a dying man afforded proof that Poe was right and that he had reconstruct ed accurately the whole series of events which led to the death of Mary Rogers This remarkable achievement fixed Iu the public mind the notion that this use of logic blended with lImagination was original with Poe As a matter of fact it Is almost certain that was leeply versetj In French literature got the suggestion of the method from reading certain passages In the oriental tale taIled Zadig by Voltaire in this book a youtip mann Is questioned lS to whether he had seen a stray dog sad horse that might have passed Iilni on his Journey In reply he describes cry accurately the peculiarities of idtli ttibugh he had not seen them fle had deduced his iknowledge from jurvitig certain indications nloni wilythe nature of the footprint ad many other signs which the ordl ary person would either not have no cod or would have been too dull to udcrstand Hero Is really the germ t the conception which Poe so brll antly elaborated In the story of The urlpined Letter where we find ex bited the striking contrast between lie working of u usual mind und the ichlpvements of a mind of exceptional owerand training Poes central figure the amateur de ectlve was afterward caught up and laborated with great effect by several Drench writers of whom time chief was mile Gaboriau Gaboriau gave the orld The character of M Lecoq In the cmarkable novel of that name Lecoq 55a professIonal detective but ap pears In that book as a novice Inexpe rienced but full of Intelligence and en husinsni and obliged to workout his Jews against the secret opposition of Us official lilet Gevrot who Is Jeal ous of the young detective hr the Sckground Is time interesting figure f the real amateur detective old Fa her TIreau iair Brln tollght a etlrcd tradesman who Studies crime prom sheer love of time intellectual piiz tie which it affords him nnd which lie wives by purely scientific deduction Sir Conan Doyle in creating Sherlock holmes openly acknowledged his great ndebtedness to Pw Like Poes hero 3onies rjvvprks apart from the oHicisl oJlce and Is consulted by theta when hey are wholly at n loss Maii of he Iiiciitonts in the Holmes cycle of tories were suggestedl by the iiiven ions of Poe Yet it Is only fair to say hat IJoyle has gone one step further inn his master Poes characters are bstnictions They Ire like chossincii n the board ond excite Jnt rest only itHnuse of the complexity of the prob in which they are made to solve oy1os characters ou the other lintul re drawn with syinpntliy and n hrewd insight Into liunmn nature Iioy entertain us by their whims and ndivldtml traits no less thaii by the ulvpnturcs through which they jjass Thus holmes adUictlon to the cocaine labit his trick of fcmbking grout nUrs of sling tobacco wlion tlilukinu ut a problem his dislike of womon Is skill ns n boxer In fact a score o raits all give hlni Individuality nun lUke us think of him as a fascinating haracter quite apart from his powers s a tlc dnctle reasoncr And it Is so rlth the minor pgq4omIa4es as well rttsoii time somewhat obtuse cliron tr of the adventures Lestrade ami re Ron of time ojllciaf t police and Iorlarty arch criminal But however Urilliant Poe may have een or However Insenlously Gaboriau Tills have spun tangle plots or how yr ably Conan Doyle may have given Ire and reality to time central figure of hh stories they nil derive tliiir in splratlon wlipthor consciously ill not mm theclcier tale toldl by the fa nous Frejichman before Poe saw glitv Scran Book- ICRACK NUT SUNDAY Queer Method of Hearing a enn Still In Use In England One fine autumn Sunday I attended u service In a north of England couu try church that would have driven New Ydrk preacher clean crazy said the man who travels Tho congrega Lion didnt hia thing but sit around nnd crack nuts Fancy a New York minister talking to a crowd lof that kindle The modern preacher likes to have timings quiet when be talks It disconcerts him to hear a baby cry or It woman cough or an old man snotfe rf he b put out by such trifles as these it Is interesting to conjecture what he would do It lie were to take hold ot a congregation where everybody brought yuts to crack during the sermon Worshipers It neemsj used to do this In England anti even In our own states Timing colonial days This dls turban was not a weekly occurrence by any means If it hind been the poor preacher would have u d9ubted ly left his flock to administer spiritual consolation to suit themselves But as It happened only once a year he was forced to endure It This one day vtfo was nttpnclid Iw inrIi romarkli tHE IYEWS L oe licence came tue cuouay Dtiore Michaelmas day and was culled crack nut Sunday Nobody no matter how pious be might be hesitated to avail himself of the peculiar privilege granted him and men women and children came to church with their pockets stuffed with nuts which they coinpla cently cracked anti munched during the sermon It was that kind of a sermon that so impressed me with Ita oddity It can be easily imagined that when forty or fifty people get to cracking nuts with all their might the noise Is apt to be something terrific and many times the minister was hard put to It to Jieir himself think That cvstom from being regarded with high favor for mummy years finally came to be looked upon ns a nuisance and the habit wits suppressed except In a few remote localities although the act of suppression was attended with considerable difficulty so firmly had the nut cracking fever taken hold of the fancy of the people =New York Press TURPENTINE Moths will leave If it Is sprinkled about Turpentine and soap will remove Ink stains from linen Turpentine will xetuove wheel grease pitch and tar stains Glean gilt frames with a sponge moistened in turpentfne It will exterminate roaches If sprln kled in their haunts A few drops on a woolen cloth will clean tan shoes nicely A few drops added to water In which clothes are boiled will whiten them An equal mixture of turpentine and linseed oil will remove whvte marks from furniture caused jy water Ivory knife handles that have become yellow can be restored to their former whiteness by rubbing with tur can tie cleaned and colors restored by going over occasionally with a broom dipped In warm water in which u little turpcntme Is added SEXTONS STORY They sat In a pew quite near the door ran Mrs lroy and their daughter a delicate looking girl of about twenty Sometimes there used to sit with them a young felow who round the girls place and shared his liyunf book with hqt Once during a lengthy soruion I sn1i4thuii holding her baud i Unfortunately Mrs idrcy saw him jtoo ahd frowned her disapproval I noticed he didut sit there again in stead an elderly gentleman occupied his seat and ondimrored to find hpf place when sIte would let him but slit rarely did One Sunday she wasnt there nor lie either anti fqr the ftrxt time the bunirs were rend out between Olive Grey and Christopher TlHyixtoii One mornlngaf te third time of asking I as sexton Vd orders to open anti prepare the cliimh for their mar riage Suddenly the tiear was flung open and the young 01100 burst In I Jump ed up saying Therf iIs no hurry sir plenty of time They havent come yet Tliank helen he ejaculated when he could speak My man will you help me aneJ earn 100 at liie same ttzne f Thou lie ttold me What It was hits fate wJiiti ami anxious his hands trem hung and agreed Perhaps I shouldnt have done so hut was young myself then anil and could tt11 furnish lug on my own accflUMt I proceeded to put ftrorytlillig hi Its hit apaiij Thou woiit out into tile church Cocking tla vos py door litter lillCIn chiuimnel nimfniliy put jln hassocks iiito a uiiIiikerluig pew the books sihm theft anti extinguished the lights Half an hour thr e quarters went bj before a boy caiuu to tell me I was wanted at the church limit lklnt hurry hnving my prom ise to that yoiilj inrtii lll1 view The vicar was aiting outside vestry surrounded by the slilvprlns bridal nifty Mrs Grey was in it tiiwerliife passion whew I arrived How is ilk Swift asked tie vie ir A mwrrlage for lliHp cthock- intl tin church not rewdy owltls after 12 lie went on pulllngout his watch Ililooking the cloor1 I stood back to let the party entur Im very sorry sir I tmld to the vicar as he passed I will cxplKin afterward if I may lie saul no more and I proceeded to get everything slowlyl ready again keeping my eye oh the clock It was nearly 12JO oclock when un able to detain them any longer we walked up tIle misty aisle Intp the dim ly lighted chancel Ve drew up in or del before the altar rails andthe vicar said to me What Is the matter with you Are youll1 Where are the books- I got them null the service began Time bottom end of the church could not be spen for time tog yet I kept my eyes fixed ou where I knew the door to be anti listened with nil my ears Presently I heard It opqU So she awl she looked over her shoulder fear hope doubt thou hope again min gled with a blessed relief balm writ ten all over her pale face an the oat steps Mm knew well came quietly swiftly up the alsle- WclJlIll Just reached that part whero the bridegroom says will when the old man said will almost before llu words were well out of the vicars THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs arid assists in I The Red expelling Colds from the syj Clover Blos tern by gently moving the JjJ som and the bowels A certain Honey Bee relief for croup and Is on every whoopingcough bottle Nearly eli other cough cures are constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey t Tat moves the bowels conle- InsKENNEDYJ no Opiates S iAX1T HONEYATAfl t E O DeWITT ft CO CHICAGO U L A Sold by Red Gross Drug Store rrfn Even ourGrandfather knew wha1SBALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT will do e A CONViNCING PROOF of tho worth of anieflicine is the cures it can effect Every one who has used Ballards Snow Liniment knows that it wi- llCURE RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFF JOINTS BURNS NEURALGIA CONTRACTED MUSCLES AND ALL PAINS USED sNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS V L Settle Richmond Mo writes This is to certify that J have used your Snow Liniment for fenItyears for rheumatism neuralgia lame back etc v and in every case it has rendered immediate relief and satisfaction Avoid all Substitutes Three Sizes 25c SOc 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North SecOnd Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended byA Red Cross Drug Store FiOrs4Liiirner CougliColdCroupSore II Rheumatism and 1 Neuralgia At all Dealers Price 25c 50o 100 1 Sent Free Sloans Book on Horses 41 Battle Hogs 6 Poultry 4 Address Dr Earl SSloan 615 Albany SifBoslonMass mourn Then lie turned to the bride with thu same question anti she sqld I wont There was a dreadful pause during which the vicar shut his book and Mrs Jrey sank down in weeping hys tories The bridegroom put up his eye glass and stared aghast at the girls white face Mother father dear you have brought me here knowing my repug nance for the for the Ulan you would have me marry knowing that I loruil Jack she said her voice softening You worried me Into this on time plea that this marriage would be of great nslstance to you and stint Jack away with some story about my falseness Thank lieayon he has found out the groat wrong about t6 be perpetrated timer Thou out of the tog came Mr Jack who tOQk his stand IxMlile her They hadnt seen him until then You mire n wicked uuignmtteuiglnh- sobbed a yoke from time lloor Youiyou published the bairns with out lily consent or knowledge mother limit ImI sorry fmr5umr humiliation Mr Thornton she added turning t- ohllult was unavoidable I I1 cant marry you You dont Intend to be married OI1c1 gasjK d lien mother who had flit t up to listen Oh yes I doto Jack Mother dear turning liar brUht tearful face tm that mute Ittdy lit one can forbid me lal1 my own mlstrvs I came of age yWierday waited for thnt Dad you will give me sway lI slid ijsked Ho lac pave her away and Mrs Grey who had nmlixcd the rutliind ltaiid Mild see her married to the toI glue tared for the vicar did lIUrf tinin after seeing time special license wits jdlforrcct which Mr Jack hud Ion to proiure and for which had delayed the marriage conriMecd Iverytblng to liiy vlcttr aftertiliril land lit said VtlUSwlft forgive yon I should have drtin tho same myself at yoUr nse hut dout you do it again taro of the Eyebrowj TIme eyebrows should Ic brushed to keep them smooth and clean die same as time hair Pure petrolbum jelly ap plied with nUn brush to the routs of the eyelashes will cause them to grow anti It wUl not Injure jthe eyes it- sliouhtliilsobe applied to the ejebrows caretuIjtJIs not desirable Flaky Ceilings Roughened and flaky ceilings may be treated with n wash of alum and water In proportions of one ouuce of alum to one quart of wat rTbls will remove the superfluous lime which has caused time roughness and make dleIceiling fresh and white Cracks In plaster may be tilled with a paste made of whiting mixed with glue water or calcined plaster and water Brass Bedsteads It is well to remember that brass bedsteads and brass trimmings on Iron bed are not made of the solid metal tie brilliant finish being due tot sort of lacquer covering Wiping with a slightly dampened cloth followed by brisk rubbing with a dry one Is all that they require a cleaning corn pound be nppllefl the chanCes mire that the article will be ruined Those Wicked Clubs Doctor to wife whose huabnml Is Is not your husband a hypochon driac Wife Oh doctor he doesnt belong to any society at alll Meggen dorfer Blatter tTf Is better to lose all In the search r oo I twii e Content with the worst Van T vira iJ THE BJueGrass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line of Fruit and Omit niental Trees Evergreers Grape VinesAsparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits We have no agents Straw berry and General Catalogues on application to H F Hiilennieyer Sons WANTED Bv a prominent monthly magazine with large highclass circulation local rep resentative to look after renew als and increase subscription list in Spnngfield and vicinity pn a salary basis with a continuing interest from year to year in the business created Experience desirable But not essential Good opportunity fQr the right person Address Publisher bop 57 Station O New York atIlhC ISiThe lIxuid cold relief that inmost quicklyi effective that stills and quiet thecbmmgh and drives out the cold Sold by the Ked Cross Drug Store l Handy Kitchen Implement An Implement designed for lifting hot puns Is shown In the Illustration It Is shaped like a stove lItterIn fact can be used as such At one end is an toinatlo cia wificim can be nU1 MJTJUI ron nor PANS sUpped over the edge of any cooking utensil on the stove The clnmp Is so ad justed that it grasps the dish firmly and there Is no danger of becoming loose anti falling to the floor Such a lifter would be far more serviceable and handier than W Usual method of using a cloth with additional advantage of protecting the haulls anti lingers from possible burns Ieef DESIRABLE PROPERTY I FOR SALE BY B JD LAKE wfRealY t Springyfield P tbarn plenty tobacco land good water h close to school house and church a Price 840 per acre v NoA 255 acres three good barns 0 two dwellings plenty of grass Allot I the farm ready for the plow Price do peracre r No5 167 acres seven miles frpm jj Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barnsll wel watered onehalf mile from tobacco t No9 65 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two J houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10 108 acres seven miles J from Springfield 15 acres good tImt goodbarp J largedw1iingon railroad Price 35O per acre j No 12 The most desirable house in tNot Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest l in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18 174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room dwell lug on good pike 34 miles from depot one mile from school and church good stock pam All outbuildings 60 acres botfom land 60 rods stone fence Price 32 No 19 275J acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acresj tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenjty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and small ice home carriage hoase outbuildings new Price 50 No 20 250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two j stables Tol acres timber plenty of gnass fine orchard 30 an acre Nol 2h 20 acres good wire fence plenty locust ppsts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No4 22 121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn youh orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price S15 per acre Noi 23 139J acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobicco barns hold 15 acres of to bacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half pile from schoolI Some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per are No 12tlG6 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 860 per acr No 25 248 acres 2j miles from Sprin field 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at under1JIn1nb yearI6 miles from Springjield 7 room dwelling barn holds p acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen house smok hQuse orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No is 160 acres 35 miles from Springjfield on good road mile from pike plenty of tobacco land wel fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments countyIt at barr loft thatwill hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted ma chine jiouse 30 ft tong one of the nicest homes in Nelson county Price per acre All limestone land NP 35 225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber wl1 watered Plenty of grass Cheap NP 36 Hpuse and lot seven room dwelling bath room jot 70x210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods ip town 3000 No 38 iso acres six miles from Springfield on good pike Farm m good grass good six room dwelling PlentystocJNo 39 10254 acres good lour room dwelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of tim ber plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 71 miles from Springfield close to senoo and ehurch Jrice 30 per acre No 40 Fifty acres four room wateredigoodputhuildihgs fine well in yard 2750 No 41 220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon dwellingbuiltNever failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard lenty pf small fruit one ten acre obacco barn one stock learn will old seventyfive mules Buggy nd all outbuildings Fine grass Tiireeqmsartersfrice i45 per acre easy paymejit No 45 164 acres one ajd p ehalf ailes rom Springfield good small welling small tenant house good iarn 36x36 well watered pleBtyofcocal posts Price per acre t3Q NP 46 97 acres 7 mUeSfrcJprmgfiell on pike 25 acres of fae imber small house stock barn well rateredi fine tobacco land good fence irice 3750 per acre No 47 76 acres 8mllesfrompringfleld 2 small dwellings pee ten someimbericres of clover Price 2fl No 49 A farm containin254acru geodnkeobacco barn plenty tobacco land Pleityocusttchool Price 33SOC per acre fros3pringfield J1trtobaccorchard good fence fine water close to schocl two miles from depot 150 eracre No ol 152 ra res4 miles from Bloomfield good pike in Cponey aeck The best tpbaccpgrowinf part of Nelson county Good fiye ntylive 4 htrU8linewaste land on farm On rural route Price S47 per acre No 52 135 acres 5 room dwelling J acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres Snetobaecp land onehalf mile from moneylownyears Price 24 per acre No 53 A good investment in city property on Main street onGnmdyancCovingto1 Several other piecespf town prop SpringfieldNo 55i 200 acres 4 miles trim tobaccobarn thebestWholefarmNo 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 v No 57 163 acres 3 miles Nprtfi of Mackyille on Willisburg pike 6 rooea dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco land plenty locust pests well watered and fenced Price 131 per acre No 59 133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre Bleathouseorchard 90 trees fine tobacco land close to church and school Price S30 per acre No 60 330 acresS miles frmSpringfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn aud two Stock barsorchard plenty pf fruit plenty pf lecust posts le water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty xif tedacc JdPrice 15000 No 61 125 acres 8 miles fretaJ Springfield 2 acres of virgin 1005room dwelling 8 acre tobacco lNhrmr new stable new corn crib and bwf gy house new ojd stock barn grxxif eace 75 acres of tpbacco land dwelUttotimber farm all in grass well watered close to school and church S miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 63 180 acres in Nelson ee nty 5 room dwelling pn pike iZ acre tobacco barn plent of timber 9i acres of grass penty of fine tobacce 1land plenty of water One ofthe1leatl tobacco farms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre No 64 121 acres 8 mlleilireSpringheld on Mackville pike 5 room dwelling frame 6 acre tobacco RrJat new old stock barn 2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty jf fruit 50 acres of flue tobacco land 20 acres of timber plenty bf locusta Plenty of water Price fe5 per acre t No 65 170 acres S sile from godfencebarn new with metal roof reed granary 10 acres of bottoai Jaa3 Plenty of locusts 75 acres of fiae tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4250 per acre 066 156 acres 8 miles frm Springfield 12 mile from pike 4 room dwelling acre tobacco barn small stock Some timber SOacres M tobacco land Good fence All in grass Price 20 per acre No 67 200 acres 7 miles frsai Springfield on good pike 6 TOOte dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn good stock barn buggy shed and all outbuildings 20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres of fiite tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre THREE FOR ONJJ For a short time only we will mafce the ffollowing offer to all cash in advthcet subscribers I For Two Bollafirr1 J We will sendy c The NEWSLEADER s iThe DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD i OUR COUNTRY the fine new Magazfifc- ALL FOR ONE YEAR 1rt This is good for a limited time only so get your order in early Address f E L Wson Jj1 Pub