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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, March 28, 1907. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1907 new1907032801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, March 28, 1907. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v r j 7 1SsIui1u1iurnssIsgIIFJS7ABLJSIIJ3D cl I IN1883 Jf Lsssssssssssws F Ir LI t YlSERlESVOLXIVNO13 7 SPRINGFIELD 04 WASHINGTON L COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 28 1907 L LOO PER +i 4 IW JMF TRUSTY PRACTICAL Jtt DENTISTOfice over Hardon Barber t f L ontoi work atreasonableprices n work guaranteed i SPRINGFIELD KY tj I i A TORV 4 jf S KINJFIBL county seat of fojVMklmfto County 52 miles t sat of iexin ton 59 miles southI BardstownMOuisvillcion TrJ xrnrViTT 11n inilrnart iuI isvUleutd4 L9 4 ifinalnjj and agricultural district wo Banks telegraph and telephone office flour mills lumbervvr tnea express anls Population 1100 population of i v 15000 r 111Hurn Sr- IYlncK sITi t in K ntneik tg19- J rrciw1VJ ii1Slaybrookr lj State Snat HCQ 1 cIC 4 j I r 1 i ur I Sid ji t f1tt LLLi I j icu il Y I1 = JtjJo I5SsS5SS Itjlu onnoiB PO Springfield SS4CITYCOURTI iiiracH R Koe Police Juttgi John Grace Marshal I W jf Grigsby City I ttorncy JUSTICE COTJi T III tlcc Courts are held inJanuary prU July and toberL ccurUI Directory 4jjLiLbI- S t1Jtt tTW Lyou Pastr Ler 11tt 1 iccsjn the First and Third Sunday ineach month at 11 a m and 7O p m I f SundaySchool everySmiday utlO am Grayer mselng every Wcdncfida aJght F CAiHOLICSCRURCH 3 Rev P F Benxfcssav Pastor Sei yiS ficei very Sunday at 8 and lO oclocl B Services at StORose same hour J CHRISTIAN CHURCH BcvIK T Ytaidcn Faslor Sexy every Sunday PBESPYTERIAK OHT3RCM Rv R Eo C Lawson Pas r jtr uthlMt every Sunday at 11 am tad at 7 pm Sunday school ever SmntUy Ht 10 I meet Vd Thursday evening at 7 oVc V BAPTIST CHURCH f Rev Win Harrison illiiir Pa8 Preaching every Sunday at 1 az rid 745 pm Sunday School ever nnday at 930 am Prayer meetin evry Tpeadav evening at 745 ocloc ri Fraternal Order 4 1Ji dASOWit4 Lftii Springfleid lodg- zt MoudaVtfaciisnonthqWashington R A Chapter No i eeteverysecond Tuesday fSpriajffield Council No 52 meets o rerr tonrth Monday FJCNIGHTS Of TaR MACASHES Meel J hi 11nit- a fOEYS HONIMA 0TIts RikI- fLWTiVE cgb remedy isgh cold throat and Inn i r Xaopiate Nonalcoholic 4fc4cybody Sold every wher 41 Th lfenulnet y01JCY MONEY andTAR is Y U w package RsfusesnbstituteI- fc L Prarty by- Iny OhIoI r rb7B 4 OrDi6 THFI m iitiHirti1i1i1iili Hi- Hl lROUND Of TALK n ftAAn r7Io7Ion Never Had Time There was an old fellow who never had time j For a Jesh morning look at the Volume SublimeIiWho never had time for the soft hand of prayer To smooth out the wrinkles of labor care Who could not find time for that i service so sweetdAt the altar of home where the deal ones all meet V And never found time with the peopleof Gods To llearn the good way that the fathers have trodrBut he found tinie to diellO yes He found time to die This busy old fellow too busy was heIIl To linger at breakfast too busy waS he m For the merry small chatter of children and wife But led in his marriage a bachelor Too life playSbusy for kises too busy for No time to be tovin no tine to be ty Igay No fc time to replenish his vanishing t health 1 1Kst AIfg Ileilth ithr t ut he1 found time to die 1 0yes f tecs tIi i heIt fr I 1 Li 111beauty t fiINs f II J d tnl tsUn liit1 r f rivertIiL 1 jjjf tA thnk odI K f tfigliUfS li time i rnih friends No time for those higher inimuta- oe tutls of the life or atinau who ii5 not for 1 aday 1I1 He found time to die tome and Farm ID IISCONTENTEDl l1eristicsl1 long aithe world lasts So many people are so prone to think that a move oro change in their mode of living will bring i about happy results and improved corifmioni wh n th co trar etftctttne K u nov the spirit of re t essiiseems t1 be raging in tnts par I theltownl prices of farm products andl good prospects of abundant harvest is particularly allaring and the town man in many cases is looking abut with at- eye for a farm bargain where beI may reap the benefits of some t vaJues1Oni class and their class i s the larger by the waywho are sure that to live in town would bethe very acme of all that iis desirable and they are wiling to1 make many sacrifices to accom pUsh that end Springfield has beenvreaping the benefit of this towncowing ep demit which seems to have struck our counrry friends in a seyere form of latn t The towns population has increased remarkably from this g source aloneduring the past few k year and the new coolers are gen rJly peaking welcome and desirable addition to tba towns citizenship The old wise head toRn dweller will shake his hoad and make pre dictyoos that are not of a rpsy 7 hue for these friends from the Jural districts Ho predicts thatn unless these new arrivals are possessed of a good fat bank account they will soon begin to setup and take notice of a few things For example instead of going to the milk bouse and se lecting apoundof butter from the last churning the good I housekeeper will step 60 the p telephone for use of which she l pays tv 0 or three dollars a month and order the grocer to send up one of those thirty five cent pounds of creamery butter Instead of going to the smokehouse and cutting down an old ham of a side o bacon she k goes to tOG bucher shop or to the grocery where a dollar billI will hardly buy enough bacon tQ grease a skillett Tbe storej account is no longer paId oft e with the product from the lhep farm nor is the cellar to be stored with provisions enough to keep the family table supplied during the winter The advantages of life in town are many but they re n without their price It IB DILDING BOOM All indications noint to a buildinc boom of no small dimensions uring the coming Spring and Summer and no less than a score of dwellings both large and small are being planned Springfield continues o grow in- espect to population and dwell ing houses What we need now is the estabhs1 went of a few manufacturing industries to give employmentand tb bring ney to the town a LEAN UP LW1 publish in- 1 this issue a proclamatio ana order from he Mayordf te town att from the Chairman f be B ar of Healtb3 Aarairf iUrHHideots of the town to cean p thwir premise ano t keept tm clean In ewcjfthe Kc of bpresaIoce iif typhoId ff Vr in hij commuiiy to aI or ess fXCit ery year lts 4rnlig hoi bftheededj i been rerl i montrated riginTi whullyh0fi brraleito rpgtirdte appying the pest fo- r1s1ng ltWI How to ReniiuYouu To continue young in health and strn eth do as Mrs N F R 1owanShe says Three bottles o Electric Bitters cured me o cbronic liver and stomchtrou ble complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that myskin red as flannel am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Elec tric Bitters I can now ao all my work with ease and assist in- my husbands store Guaran teed at HaydOn Robertson Dug Store Price 50c Inso tOIJ ifeIMr Ed Cocanougher d wife of Springfield have been spend ing several days with his parent- near here Born since our lasfto the wife- of Mr Ernest Pope a girl to tbewife of Mr Charlie Cocan ougher a boy and to the wife of Mr Houston Green a boy The prayer meeting at Mi G TV Kimberlins last Wednesday night was well attenied Mr Will Peterson and wile ct Texas have moved near here We are glad them to our midst Miss Josie Coyle of Spring field is visiting relatives here Mr M L D Uocanougher- was in Springfield Saturday- UstdDa and remember the next time you suffer from pain caused by damp weather when your head nearl bursts neuralgia try Ballards Snow Liniment It will cure you A prominent business man of Hemp- stead Texas writes I have used you liniment Previous to using I I was a gfeat sufferer from Rhema tistn and Neuralgia I am pleased to say that now I am free from these complaints I am sure I owe this to yonr Jiniment For tale by theRed Cross Drug Store Intimidation A large number of farmers aud tobacco growers in Woodford county this week received a printed circular signed with ia face simile sipnatnre of Ben Marshall Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court and enclosed ina sealed envelope bearing MrI Marshalls name and address in the corner These circulars con tain ah announcement of the Court of Appeals recent affirms ltfon of the Trimble County Cir cuit Court assessing a fine off 2000 against the International Harvester Company forio ation Qftmtcvf Ct also a copy ofpc 8il OL die Kentucky Statutes whichpro hibits any corporation individual or person from becoming a party to any pp agreement understanding etc to fix the price of any article or commodi ty followed by the statement that violation of this statute is punishable by a fine of 500 to 5000 Coming at a time when the Burley Tobacco Society is en gaged in securing pledges of the 1907 tobacco crop and 5m mediately following the derisi n of Speciall Judge Marshall of the Woodford Circuit uuldifng as yalid the act of 1906 authorizing the farmers to pool their crops it looks very much as jf the purpose of these circulars is to intimidate if por sible the far nirs of this county and prevent them from signing their 1907 tobacco crops to the Burley Society pool- When Circuit Clerk Marshall was called up by telephone at Frankfor and ftiked why bft had issued the circulars he jtu Iplied that be had rentthiafgl because he lad been employ and paid to do so Be declined to give the names ot the person tbr persons who had employed him As far as is known the circulars giving toe Court of Appeals decisioni were sent only to Wood ford county Woodford Sun- aYCd Her BOllS Life The happiest mother in the nilf Ujvrt cj Ass vois Mrs S Ruppee She writesuOne year ago my son was down itb such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable to help htn when by our drug gists xdvice I began giving him j Dr Kings New Discovery and 1 soon flOtiCe1irfli t f ke o t t treatment up for a few prfectl3fs steadtJy since at carpenters work Dr Kings New Discovery saved nis life JJ Guaranteed best cough I and cold by EJaydon t Robertson Druggists 50c hnd 1 Triall bottle free l Newspapers A preacher caws at a news paper man in this way Your editors do not tell the ttruth If oudidyu rid thu c uld not live your nevyspape would be a failure TJie editor replied You are right and the mimsier who will at all times and under all circumstances tell the whoje truth about his members alive iccupys his pnlpit more than one Sunduy before he will find it necessary to leave town in a hurry Tbe press and the pulpit go hand in hand with whitfe wash brushes and pleasant words magnifying little virtues into big ones The pulpit the pen and the grave stone are the great saint waking triumvirate And the great minister went away look ing very thoughtful while tin editor turned to his work and told of the surpassing beauty of th bride while in fat she was a homely ae a mud fenceHar rodsburg Democrat C C MijCUORD rSomething of His Career Written in the Danville t Her ld Mr McChprd is nomiuated ta rsucceed himself as a member of he Kentucky Railroad Commis ion onwhichlhOdY he has served continousiycas chairman aince 1792 With the exception oi four years from 1805 to 1899 vhen he was a nSembrofthej tate Senate Mr McChord VdS appointeda member of the ommis ion by Gov Bron in 1892 The office of State Railroad Commissioner was made an elective one in 1895 by tna new tato Constitution His yeais of experience in dealing with the complexities of rj road problems in Kentucky kave made Mr McGhord one oi the widest known State offlcias iil the country He is author of Ml McGhordJltUroad Bill un ifar whicb the Rail road Commis lionersare guenpjwet to make freight rates1Kentucky and which has successfully stood the test ef the Supreme Court The McChord Bill is resppjisiblft for the red uctioo by pnequ rter of freight rates in the Stiie and placed louisville ona par with Cincinnati which had an advantage of 25 per cent in the matter of freight rates In cases growing out of both of these rcductionsthp State Rail road Commission has be Den joined and Commissioner Stone wilt take proof in the case next month Mr McPhord is first vice pres- dtintuf the NationalAssociation of Railroid C mrrtssiqners the h jwbicb embraces Uh ttc thirtythreetheCOIIIffIISStforty five years States He isisaintmentold and prior toow e waS by Governor aashProsecuting Attorn ch ca ingtou county in wh ird tPtrn- he vms serving his t ke hi when he resigned to t appontrnentt lasi By a bill passed at the session of the Kentucky Genti1 r Assembly the salary of chai man of Me State Railroad Co mission was increased fro so1o to 5860p a year and tho the Wo other mem be Iof of Iht commission fr 2000 toSsJtiOOa year In tl event of Mr McChords r election it is believed that will again be chosen chairma of the commission Boyle Coui ty Herald Alice Roosiyells Mini vas sometViuiir to be racoded in tl annals of history Herbine has be acknowledged the greatest pf liv rcgntators A pqstive cure for bill us headaches touatipation chil and fever hnf all lliver complain J 0 SmIth Little Rock Ark write Herbine is tlje gre1test Hv acdicine known Rave used it fc jftiars It does the work Sold b tkc Red Cress BfWr Store Old Kentuckys Growth Official figures furnished b the Federal Government sho 1I HAVE OPENED JN THE it AyBuggy flespOsitory I Where I will carry the coming season complete Line of Buggies rr ot all grad ndallpr iJ Call and see something ncvellnttt buggyline Iy John Lily Barber Sucessor to Haydon Barr I ei iiSJ L II II1iii IYou can make better food with itfjir 1 ROYAl I f BSOLVTE1Y PURE Lighter sweeter more I II IIand+ r II POWDER I HEWYOAICr i that the increase in Kentuckys property from 1900 to 1904 was 162 325512 The total In 1904 was 1526489240 in 1900 it was 1365130178 Real property and improvements show an Increase from 795939607 in 1900 toS859247l997 in 1904 In live tock we haue moved from 77 835007 to S96 489469 In farm machinery the advance has been from 15 301 to 17682827 lo go d slyer and bullion the up lift his been from 37765 815 to 41 372608 The loilaoads and their equip ments wee valued in 1900 at 128520000 in 1904 at 155 722000 Street jaitway shihI ping and water works have risen in yajue from 5 994061 to 59 710312 Machinery tools Wan- dimplementswere valued in 1900 at 25424506 in 1904 301907 105 All othdr valuations are cited ai 235449865 in 1900 and S27iS95852 in 1904 The averaga value of laud per acre was in 1900 3095 acere and in 1904 3341 The per l capita valuation jn 1900 stood at 370 61 in 1904 f879 fQ Kentucky has wade gigantic strides It is every daY moving 1t systera0tstateher stilltmoreoS ate in the 1nion hasfssibilitie Baking Powder Proclamation by Jthe Mayor and Board of Health Itfhp city authorities wish toj foUowmgIe apd cijbizensi of the importance of cleaning up their premises at this time IItection 17LAny psrson who or maintain or cause jtcjt be erected or continue an of fehsive sink hog pen slaughter house sdap factory hide house or other offensive u anufactory at any place contiguous to any private dwelling or public tnorv oughfarc soas to become of fensiye to any person or familv within the cityshall bE fined 5 dollars foreach day said persop continueIwho shall deposit any npxion or unhealthy matter in or upon any street alley or lot within the city shall be fined not feY than five nor more than twenty dollars for each offense Section 17BAnY person who shall suffer a privy vault oa premises occupied by him to be come a nuisance or pensive tc say person or to the public II shall be fined five dollars for each day the same shall be so continuedSection 175Thepwnr or ru SUBSCItl1WN I ii itc i palatable wholesome name of the JLod how long obl h wldng and doyou tbiktb8- Great Giver ot all good will re ward the farmers forraifciif a large crop He eharaci ds3t those who will not redopith acreage as a traitor and a DIMS diet Arnold to his country rle asks the growers how bug they are goingto be the b astfof burden or dromedarittsr 9carry the rich Arabs on their backs ancilIqnd them in mansions of countless wealth y In 1897 I had a stomach dieiM Some physicians said Dyspepsia SQBC coninmption ORe said J wwrid sot live until Spring Pot four ytrl I existed op boiled wiIk soda crackers and doctors presenptieeg I ceuld not digest anything I ate thi I piced up one otyeur Almanacs aJtd it bappeded to H my Iif aver I I boor t a fifty cent bottle of Kodol sad the benefit I received from that bottle all the gold IH Georgli could mot bey la two mosttw I went back to my work as a macbiaist and ila three months Iwas well aM hearty May you live IMlaJH1 peo- npeiC Nit Cornell X iiar Ga 1906 The above u only a swpte of the great good that k daily doe ky tile aef K4eLfec yspepaii Jt JsoId by the Red Cress Drug Store 1000 Bulete Or r- I t JlI NEWSLEADEg fftifte4nSLIKfEDVKliY THURSDAY j1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE X a M ft ffI r i5pjIGJtEJDKV J ELDAVIS0Nl Jrr S f 6I 9tjotL or w jieM notices 10 cents per rk 8U eg ruo loalls ndLdaLCst and polLUcahnatte f Jtir 1jgijtkt5dope at low rates batTcash a j JtIfdJJ ti- h AnTe rtisIIg contracts made on liberal faj pbltTMirie and resolutions of rBapec7 1 atiKnrllne jt iW ANOUCaMNT5 J t egity Magfstratest50r r tstrltOftIces uJJ t clTHURSDAY MARCU 23 0I9 7 J S Vteb on Goes Dry i After a day orinte1se excite V meat the local option election held attLebanon on Tuesday re suited in a victory for the tern prAnce people By 68 majoritY Tb6se who witnessed it say that t 4ey never beheld such a scene as Lebanon presented The town vvas thronged with peoplE Men Women and children marched through the street I t bands played and women sang in Rallying the temperance for csrjl1ecj people went wild witlf excitement and when the resul wasannorinced the demonstration f is one Bordering on pandem iQnium All saloon lIcenses ex pire in Lebanon on May lstfa t tsr which time no liquor t will bp p emitted to be soldi legally Lawrenceburg Votes Wet A special from Lawrenceburg says After one of the mbsf spirited contests in the history q of the county the effort of those vhosought under the rovisions of the local option law to pro hibit the sale of liquor in Law rncUJJwas defeated at thc polls to dBthe wets being a victorious bjr a raajcriiy of r77 votts V s The whiskey men condLcted a campaign On TmusuaUy digihfiec t linea ane are jubilant oyer tbeij r icry There are eight saloons in Lawrenceburg Victorious Qaniof Springfield bovIr the Glen Lillies won last week and do that plate aicnIs Ifer w = fardCSbScIlooIlRouseAs n9 l represented iu your columns for some time we wi11 again Unack for admittance L3he beautiful spring lUcexUyg of last week caused the fattners of getahust1eMraicl Mrs Walter Williams of near Springfield were the pleasant guests of Mrs Eliza Mitchell Sunday Mr Will Shirley and w1Pof paIantMiss Ollie Gray is in Louis ville this week selecting her milliner goods Mr George Wilson atdlittle children visited friends near Maple Hill Satprday night and attendee church at Mt Zion Sunday t Mjis Eliza Mitchell is visiting her dau rhter Mr Bruce Will iajnjof Midway Mrs Lab Carney d children of Pairfifeld Mrs Mart Grouch ana daugl tet1Misc OHie and rsliLaw Qnce Trent of Scruggs ylllef5lr and Mrs Ed Smothers and little chrdren and Mr Willie Smother dined with Mr and Mrs 3 R Gray Friday ON LOOKER ToIce ConsumersI Wo have made a tan f m intsl to handle and deliver our owirr Si Sins seiisQh bggini0ff Aprii fst A convenient place on Maui II street W ill be secured whei L orilers fur 1Q6 4ojnfti1Y quantity mijy be Iliad v JSpringfiem Water and Electrt H5grifc Cot G1 B BBnrllians te hDes1f1iJJ wGo B Burhdus of Carlisle Center JJY writes about four y ars ago I wrote you stating that I had been eutlryly on re o a severe kidney ttouble by taking less than two bottks OfFolQyf Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brick dust sediment auf pain and symplons of kidney disease dissapeared I am glad to wfy fhat I have never had d return tof any eti those ymptons during the four years that baA elapsed and I aiu cvidcnUv cnred to stay cuaejd and heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure tti a3y one Baffering from kidney orr bladder tratble Sold by the Red Cross Drugstore MOO SllLLE L ji Mr W BPaynewho won undelweutIretullledtvery ME George MpAridrewsVaiK i Mr Yaucey Harbor of Bird town visited atilr Nimra Smothers last Sunday daughteMissNncy FriddYtVallej Hill Mr Lie Settes of Booker and Mr Ed Sweeney of tins place CO1p Eda party th s visited C ncrnnati Tst wHIr They had a pkasant trip on th boat Mrs P J Oultand sister Miss Nan y Moor were in Springfield last week shopping Severfrfjof our people tooK in county curt Monday Well popple have got a hustle on gardening sowing oats and preparing to put out a larire crop of tobacco and corn We wera over to Woodlawn last week n the interest of our nursery business and sold al good many orders on our trip Well I see Mr J Rogers Gore has announced his candidacy for the State Senate We hope he will succeed The infant child of Mrs Floyd Oheathm lIralldI Saturday and was following day at Mb Zion Mr Jas Bpilow of Daviess county is visiting relatives in this section News is very searce this week hopeto jiave more tio repert in my iextIState of Ohio City of Tplcdo ss Lucas CountyJJ he1isCheney Co doing business in JICTty of Toiedp county and state saie and that said fim wilt pry the sLim of One lluncrad Dollars for each arid every case of Catarrh thatcannot be cured by the use of Hnls Catarrh dare Frank J Cheney Svxjrn to befor me and SubscribedI litt my presence tMs flth ember A U 1886 SEAT A W GIcaon Notary public Halls Catarrh Carols taken internally mid acts directly Mm the blood and mucous tmaface of the system Send for testimonidit free F J eency Co Toledo O Soldjjy all Drtig6tt75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation I litlisboro LWe are glad to set thi fine weather Th faoers IIHXO completed ineii tobacco begs and are ready Jar their ijpMnj work that they were so anxious IftOj fet at but since the tine Wather h8s oorn they are not as ansi 0s as thy pretended to- Ibe A pXee Settles sold a mafe to- 1RIj j I Sutherlsnclfor 55 IIBorn to 1hew1f ot Sam iMontgoaierx t fine batby boy Ttee yooog father is wearing a mile on his face Unit Wilt not wear off soon te Settles pWrchas4tl hcrsc Prank MarinJcr75 10f Mrs Lpey Qlark spent Sur tdY inISut1day wrjhii Mrs Mot Inmnn 1We ate sorry to say that Mrs J W beiiiie is on the sickst l Miss Della Burns spput thf w k with her Midy Settles t2rTh firm T arp hav iit 1aCi cvi u ttiiaiJ 5IP JI If s ub ptMrJeCW tl i js iost spv raa u n t1hji jinjbs = I 9 VV B LIEA F 7 Mr J A Coullur nei ofuur mcst popular fanners of this WiilisbnigSaturthtv spWbSundayl Polin J A Sattlps sold tw Mr 3JJM Howan e lod of corn ut 4 a barrell J W SettleS sold to Ed Set oatbnrretIfrs Burns of Breckenndfca was going to visit her daughfepn at Hili jboro when she became very Sick ftiid dizzy headed anti fell fr mbtt huggy and tfje wheel raa over her cutting her head aid haitd very badly She was driving a wild horse tH happened the lines caught tol of th wheels and stopped lone horse 3Jorence Smith who has a serious attack nut is nWe to be out againt The little son of Emm i Baiter has a severe ease of measels IA lar t CKOJtd from this jjiace tI county court Mon ay Born to the wife of Jim Odor 1notbtrJnicely The father is wearing a smile from our to ear Mr Tominie Sutherland and wife have returned home from Larue county where they spent two weekswith their son MrJohu Sutton left last waqk for Indiana wherehe will mftike his futurehome Ponn At Last J A Harmon of Lizempre Vest Vas s At last I fiayf found the pj nect pill tha njtXQur disappoint ml and fqi the 1ha tit of others ffjfictQd with ttojQ liver and chronic constipatifinj will say take Dr Kings NOw Life Pills Guaranteed sa43s ffactoryt 25c at Haydon Roberts n Druggist PROSP Tl This combined stallion will make tnc season of 1DOiat Kayrifw better known ttt the Foster Ray place ontiurDYUI pike miles front LeivanoikKy at v S15To Insureia Living Colt Mares traded or parted with for l becOme1duretkittid licolt tl season isi piL Jares Prom a distance grazed at reasonable price Mares entrusted will receive irnfrso al uHcntjifcl but lot restJrall l rPTi 1S hands jc1idFoaled leop 34 ii beant1kiiY both rear feet whitI- tr0 gjery rue neck1ebe I I r viiort back fine loaftby Vter Jiarjfe stropir bone bw mootK eau ud attractive hf iiiit uDder twiddle or in haroesa IlaT ilei a show bore from a colt Kfnnlnff many premiums in harnew and uhlle daM tirough Ceutral iODiDeII t lrit IL i au lnUI His colts are IiH Ui miII ith great ulyle and finiatt ajIIaj i by Blaokiurrel 68 Dam lIta4O2ddam by Joe Aui I dtJr lotttIJJ- dmt it 4tb daiii by mack L i rvr tit i ibY ijIarer Jii ILIIf c1pII4nity Daiq l h lnt A T U 1 het V itIIJ Wrth He by1ysd t 1I tdtlan 4aatby fiIHIRKt is I takt pha Bre in fivritm tpe1 u it thiili tint yottqg taUlnn to- ctld r of MI nkyn arid adjoitiiaf jtits iiclifVibg hlK a ktaUi t jfclaw of til r s 1t at w tr urtt i tradeWlAB oat ft ltl j Pt to 1ItI breeder WoHfi t Jt u inspect Mm before l oofcl 111 riiT- 11OIIONC SON tL Leb LI llonKy Yu should bevjtry careful of your bowels when ion have a coUL Nearly all othr ouucti syrnps are const Jpat ng espcsfally those containing onla tes Kennedya Laxative Conch SHUt moyethe bowels contains no opiates Coyforiits tq the Kati na PUrl IuoJI and Drags raw Bear the cncorsemanU of mother every where Chidrcti like its uleaennt tabte SId by the nt1 Cros6Drg Store The Weekly CouiierJourrial is on a boom Its osculation has grown wundci fulLy Jn the past few months deservedly No betlptf paper is published any where tlun the weekly Courier Journal Henry Waltersons1 editorials are ali printed iq the Weekly fiirW Me a torn Mr D N Walker editor o ff that spicy journal the Enters prise Louisa Vv says I ran foot last week and rnicalIthe stlve simply healed the wound Heals everysore burn and skin disease Guaranteed EJa don Robertsons Drug Store 2c t iU W4 Iii i CHESTNUT DARE I c IiL As a Sire He HIts No Equal to vVrfxv vSorrel Stallion 7 years old 16 hands one inchtfigh a large handsome Wldle and harness horse wHlisize style bone = and finish suBsHhce and information n is horseproved a successfull sh w horse last summer by winning 14 ties out ts of 15 shows t v = His colts won first and second ties over all competitors t afcoor last fair defeating the unbeaten Cattleman colt in = e theI Blue Gass Circuit Not one of his three seasons 6f Tolls haye jver been de = = feated by a coltti sired by a Washington fijDuntyhocse Eight of his colt J of last season sntld at weanlings from 100 to150 the bluest price lofof colts ever sold at same = age by ny horse owned or furmed in the county jf Chestnut Dare was sired py Chester Dare 101it dam = g by Red Chief 2nd dam by Black Bawl Chief 3rd dam Brink rs Dl noon = e- t3 The Chester Dares are recnjruized by all tobe not only the Irghest price but the greatest sfow famify of horses in = Kentucky and Chestnut Dare is awortfiys nof a gr iJt sire I wst 10 state that recently I was offered twice as much ie money for him as any stllibn in the county ever sold for e a dlthree as much as iiaskenpttid for a saddle or harness t- es I Jstallion brought into the tbunty so 1ask the owners of ar good mares o patronize timsq Icanbe jus ifi d1DI elpir g = this type of horse whose colts cant bat beaten or out sold = byanya = CcIBSTPNUT DARE will make the season at my place = near Litsey at 4 20 To Insure a JHare in Foal If tf I still have my saddje horse Lexington Prince and the same Jacks andl stand them at same pricb I did last year e viz rhe lioyseVt 10 andJack at S10 nds8 5 J B B LECHMANrIf WJI lIt1t k a4ie t 4 ntlmonbblhighclass cirqulatrion lor rep rosentative to look sftert renaw als and increase subscription list in Springfaeld and vicinity on stlarf basis with a continuing iinterest from year to year in the bnisness created Experience fltsirAbl but not essential Good opportunity Cor the right person Address Publisher box 57 Station Ov New York THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists qrr two months tr tmQby mail forSi Dr EW Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send fbr Kentucky estimonjals Kodol Digests wha eat quickly overcomes iiuligostionT 1icl1 Is i forerunner of ayspcpBiu It is aide in strict conformity to the KkliontlPur IIaGd atd Drug Lw lueo1tI on a fMaiantcc rJlan 6oI4 by the Bed Gross Drug Stora it fH cjrriOOl N h1ouiYasAgsIlCettoolbpjrrf la i4 l1alasd tooc ttr uatin and Greek ataa1aii At M 8ar rInYntvr Ic2u Inrt t WJ Jt IeOpU ben jaar ied tbnw moiitij ffft adMltted a II rdlnay iirrcue who neclldfoIUl iuludw4na dnclllmseJf o It rmdln it id lenrah n In the acr lenee an l eiteriajf Into Proprta qua HaribOT Ota and sine NIl his JMC md epstte 1I11U aam ath Iff teniinc MtLiCuIrd25 4ene etc tile bODn of tit aSe ke iije ibo AO sill rwwd 5574 that trout March vill Scftember tIe ei1W to to come at f ftt the morritoitoul be at sehool tilll fiht nt anl Urry Hi 5 tr to Ifet year h1to besl in tb jnornln t T furl tare qt iln tile afsenioon lAIsfer Will rot jn lave an pFv wcek The aitEr wa k iffAI lu thu LAtie alJd aMy to iceirb ItWgHnnr wrirfcM pwtrf in4 kek4 alo tbe prte pkuot He rnw J b fit be ka wine ruiawe sal ng tILpoltkifl u1 Jtuty or lqaor ot hJ ex i4 lie I4a- SIiyn b ltat1tre olhd4 u j tIMU1ii I q4aea ot 1 I TItlmepaIrofPQbJneiit I CJjsritairds 2 kilee while pair of eaibfrtte 1iufl hulK tbfirs In a bath chine by Tv two pair batrbtil out their young afrant tfco MIUIP tin 1ml wen the rob tml dlwippenrcd wirlnto Vfry llkrty tttty wetv uliot or tapped by insa UnlljIa rrlnrt Wlwm the ewbiras jiwith A bit et fvl forfiirtr yimus ihe baby robingwmihi make egrut nois am 1Ok ttnejr btltdlloat aaCae as tfco t dawO i PraSentty H was ui4kEsl that the cat hl ftrpbntMB of tbp Mittj nSi coromi iu own yopog Jts uie iwrforiHwl a hIkt erikrtt toe the yoenjc roMiM In tliN way both llweda wero ltlfld the roLdflI aiowlui iJt au sftrong atMl lively nit tiwwr thrr ltg1 psistatsPhlladnlphtai t Where Snow Falls I If you are not it forer of mow po toS MttJUn vhklrto tits nearost spot uhura jbli are cprtulM of wm l Uj ImutuHlty If yen ite fowl ot It the miburlM of St- L1otst4uig will furutali nil you urea ti alc for there you iftay bo sure of e for JJO days lit the year The Utfpj j raddlnm to supplied by t3opeiWmte- awith thirty lays while P8l4mo flame ami V uiUes wIth one twp naidl ttve Iyrufpectivejy may be recdmiieinlod to tWiDtt iaely care for stibn as a casual and fteotlng guost Lioudou OhronI His Suggestio- n7ttt spuijg woman is not Intelll gei nille or even decently court tf tbr father Is worth a nilllloc dollas i I th nk ho iflarad jIt Pi riuiIo C AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH rEligs New Discovery ItFOR cCONSUMPTION ISOcI Burest aad uulckcjt Cure for all j TK30AT anU LUNG TROUB I LES or 3eoiT rr BAGS p a Electricity For Railroads Time rennijlrmila llalhoad company eiectrlcnllylequIPpln ark X J Morning Star It Is now sahl that the company Is about tc equip the grot stretch of main line between Philadelphia and Pittsfturg with electricity 0 beg nnlug lias been made In olectrlcnl ctm tlnivfa andjtrEiaybe the motive tower between Phila Teiplila and New York Electricity Js the coming raikond motor and trf be largely uuoriited by water powOr There Is muck valuable water power unwiod In Jvew Jersey and wbererer a pTnt cast to favorably established for ecoiioudatl production of electrlc the rallroMl eengiucow will take flvute of It What the railroad companies sit doing in the way ofse imilne this itoweu will be knQwn only wheii the ltOW l88ertlrtt1 SiMSkc Bite Lancet ArcortHnst j oaaul General Wi H Atiehte of CslcMttft It Imfcct Invented by Sir 1t1W Pruuton RUed the snake Irft Itvcet lass been Intro dorod III ladta with spleinlid results It isI being trhtelr distribute by the iTJtboritlf to poUce Outposts In Den gkljtml A9MUH the cenfral provInces ami united mrincos nail also to nil villaf oHJci ls by some of the native tales In upper al Central India A rfort i7 OMptlCOII IS to tho effect that beiwd MTvea the HTCS of twenty leraons bittH by counts and lkaniit within the Jut j enr by tbuwc of one Innrel The ww of this simple Instru ment may be tlic of savlnpi tb30Kwnd of Ihen annually In India ami lieuoo rjjl prare a jcrent bfc slns Xe v Vny of Telephoning The hewwnjf of iwlujr the telephone MfifKM6d to Mvtt hMlIJit upon by ono or the niMix JHMlth cranks who are OMKtfttMMl with JteeHnc cloir of genus which Is la IssUes time receiver against the c4wt t ltntoH of holding It close to ttit iM IIilU1d ttiDtliiK In the usual wItS tM roJc It in claimed being Cfllrieil tierfectly to now quite popular In P44jy tHe Philadelphia Ileconl The I M elotkJng there Is be tit the ebcttt and the receiver the belter but If the jfitwwtire be firm the Utftwl amount of wearing apparel It la dertareit ds nt Interfere TbX scl nka oxphmntrnu of tUta phenomenon li that Uie eoMttda jf the voice which rv tPui UiU5t Pro oear rled by the Iwncs ns tl YllDuJil be by ft soua Injt bo iriL tare of the Eyebrovu The eyebrows should be brushed tu keep them smooth said deLia the twm as the hair Pure petroleum jelly up lIledl with a tiny bruwh to the rots of the eyelashes will cniuie them to grow and It will not injure thOoyes It eyebNwiIftLt tQ gt tIO jliyovortbe forehead as it will cnueb lhair to grow where It t tsnotdoelrableS I Flaky Ceilings Roughened and flaky ceiliis may be tronteil with a wash of alum and water In proportions of oneiouuce of alum to one quart of water This wilt rotnove tha uuporituouf lime which has caused the rotfgbneas and make the ctilligg fresh and AvhKo Cracks In the plaster way bt fiIiedwitlm a paste made of uhltluf uUoJ with glue water or caldned pla ter hwVwatir Brass Bedsteads ItlIs well to reniewber that brass bedsteads and liraijp trlrnniltus on Iron bed ate uomafloof the solid metal the brilliant finish baing due to a sort of covering Wiping with a 1fJIbrisk rubbing witlf a dry one Is nJlI liiit VhyaeiltIrctjf n cleaning COIni puul te ippiledl 11w cltancas are that the rtrtet7iirb5 rained Vbcti Cola 51arcU Is Bqst All art Is t4t are heavy or that are tvii tod t be very sUfi or where a very hut i u tan be used iwo better starched Will tOld water starcb T T 8 ooooooo ckooocxoo oo oe r We nave B e1B1sy80 i1WithOurI G STOCK g 4 Of Dry Gooci ClbtrShow Drew Goods and Notion We now haveVour stock which consists of wand frWk goodsi tI w CompleIn EyeryDrpatt t g and we cordially invite v rybodr to give us a call whether you are prepared to buy or not i Our Goods 88- land Prices will Pear inpcbs I iiIc38 ggOR UND I Mci7iTIR5 Z ooooooooooo OGOGOOGO p 1 RED BIRD Foaled1890 15 hands 8 inches Sired by CabeUs Joe Browa 1955 he by Cabells Lexington 1st dam LizzieGriffin by Bailey Dextor he by Cabells Lexington second dam Dolly by Elastic horse Tbere is no better breed than Cabells Lexington and Red Bird himself is as fine a breeder as there is in the State Red Bird will makethe season of 1907 at Fair GrouhdsStable at S20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Horse breeders will remember when Red Birdwas farmed and made a season in this county for Mr B B Leachman that he sired the best lot of colts even gotten before or since in tbiic6un ty I now ask the owner of good mares in this and adjoining counties to patronize him so that I can afford tokeep this good blood of Cabells Lexington with us He is the pnly one I know of that is left in the country It was stated here recently that a certain party was IofTtred more for his h rse than had eyer been offered for a boise orpaid for one brouglft to the county It is not always what we are offered or pay for a horse thtit fixes his value but ratherwhat he can dot Sunshine Sunshine is a chestnut stallion by the gfeat Red Leaf foaled 1901 bred by R E Goddard of Harrodsbnrg Ky now owl d in Springfield will make the season of 1907 in charge or L D Baker the owner at t1 d l S15 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT DESCRIPTIONAND PEDIGREESunshine is a beautiful horse and can step a 30 shpt with grace style and action Be iis thea living picture of Lord Golden the greatest show horse that ever wore harness His breeding is superb by the great B8d Leaf the champion show horse of Kentucky and the leading si e of high class horses and teams Sunshine is a full brother toiloorious Sunrise and Glorious Sunset the greatest pair in Kent cky His first dam is Madam Wood by Madwood by Nutwood Madam Wood is the dam of Wildwood whiqh sold for 13000 his second dam is Balrosa Chief he by Mambrino Chief third dam Maggie Yantes by King Almont by Mambrino Kirig and out of Almoi tr 4th dtim Roling mare 221 l Z I Afethe same time and place I will stand my fine Jack f Bill Goebel At rO to Insure a Living Colt Bill Goebil is 15 bands high and is a sure foal getter He is by Big Mack he by Gov Woos dam of Bill Goebel by Reverly and out of aBl ck BAWK Jennetk This Jack IS the best Mule Jack m the country Lien retained on all colts until season money iis ldfJd money due when colt is foaled or mare is putaQ with or fred elaf where j T L D BAKER f 4WWWW W- Ot2 3 1 22000 I fr t Worth or Groceries to be skai4 3 t cost for t f1 r I CASH i I a I fiat I Jf Sale to close March 30 19J- I f tII Prodnee same as cast 1 t i w HAGANjvy- Ny3 yXxk 4iA 4 A A Daiers of Pneumonia JLcold at this time if neglected fe fable to cause poeumpnia which IIi 50 of ten fataland even when Ue patient has recovered the lungs are weakened making them peculiarly susceptible to the development of ongurnpticui Foleys Honey aid- tar will Stop the cougb heal oM itrengtlien tIe lungs and pwea4 jneuiuonia La Grippe toughs yield quickly lo thew ndrflllera ive qualities of Foley s Ileay and Caa There la nothing elscjii at rood Sold by the Red Cross Drui tore wTHE i BueGassNcn ZYIOffer lftbe Snor I OTa Ilsre line of Prjitl eal ratal Trees II krKnwbuGd mU7raWe bave no ag Blnw barry and GsnL 04 pp1itIoqtopH K menlleJr t soig T DltJIBURTOBJ J 1DNTDNTIT TEETH EXTRACTED J NITHOUT PAIN t plmi3 HDrGflKLD KY 4 11 Dental Work Strictly c Firstdais it T i fJI JL c AIUDD PbJiciiDl Iud Snrgeon Ofti ethours 8 to 9 mu i 1 t 2 pm f OMotti over Haydons Drugstore ci 11 X H Lampton M ft Office in Opera House 4 I a OfllccMwiie No S 11 McshlcRce No 38 ti WFp1IGSBYA- TTORNEY i i+ r AT LAW t c Qllee over Peoples Bank- BPltlNGFIELDt KY ti Z13 RoBAKDS M W FYATT I RoBARDS HYATT c4l fpciws wd Swgcons- ilce J over C W Hagans gro eryi opposite Presbyterian ro church wDr WW Ray SYSlCIAN AND SURGEON 0 v Office over Havdon Robert sons Drug Store w Phone t Office 155 v I i Residence 17- 2J1NY MAYfS iUHEfikuiKKIOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER hl TELEPHONES UpAY I1Q NIOHTT4 t i1 L SMGFELI1KY y Kair ad Schedule i Following is the time schedule noW in effect on the Bardatowt r Add Springfield branch railroad No 41Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junctiou 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm- arrives at Springneld 645 pm ijjQ 42 Eeaves Springfield at i80 am Bardstown 617 am Bard Junction 705 am arriyee at Ijouisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction d930 am Bardstown 1115 am arfives at Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a 20pm Bard town 230 pm Bardstown Junction 485 pm f pmtt Springfield at 715 am Bardi- town 8 am j Bardstown Junction- 845 am arrives at Louisville S D35 am IqNo 91 Sundays only Leaves XtoaisvJUe at 6 pm Bardstown rmnctioD 650 pm Bar stow- nQrT58ptn arrives at Springfield f25 pm Nj Ti Ttfcacw SWineri t1JW wish to state to out friends ioughout the tobacco growing Becfkns that we are not connect 2 Jed directly or indirtctly with San otLer warehouse or ware ipuse company tV We conduct a Strictly Inde s pendent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business and res pectfully solicit your patronaee CA BRIDGES Co Proprie Srs Picket Tobacco Warehouse M 408 mo 2cu1vi J 5H JSt t50Q Pairs rrobe sold at 25 cenU on Jbe DlIar tliinow ololind will c htiItuntUll are sOld 4 Cangive you some remarkable bargains come early and get bolce r 4 IIee B lfayloJf IEICO1Viflt jptsmithand E Woodwome ad Machinery aa SpecIt- Miof at the 3epWi bridge B t to Boblitt BiaLop Liv ry Stab SPRINGFIELD jITOWNS Vr iHHH mnw mwroff Local Happenin of Interestf The Freshest and Lntestaii I AllAbout Yourselfs Friends I Sand Acquaintances 1 q QQa VanArsdale meal and hominy j at McElroy Shaders FOR SALE Sow and sever 4 pigs CrW Stallings Fresh fish cveyy Wednesday and every Friday at Hartlems I have a good work mare IQr sale ML Searcy Renew your subscription for 1907 and get a good magazine free Bed rjoni suits at from 16 to 85 at Leachmans furniture store FOR SALE A Good jersey milk cow Inquire of Rev G W Lyon Pure Northern seed potatoes call and get my prices P J Thomas I have the best refrigeaatoi on the market Leach man the Furniture manISeed potatoes and a full as sortment of garden seed at T Irvine McElroys Northern seed potatoe for sale at lowest cash prices J A SnadejFolding beds at 14 to 65 each W E Leachman the furniture man FOR SALESix weanling mule colts J T Montgomery Fred erickstown Ky C White fish and mackerel the beston the market at McElroy Shader s grocery Waotedr cpuntry hams bacon and shoulders Highest market price paid atJ A Sbaders Triump Early Rose Early Ohio and Burbank seed potatoes at Irvine McElroys grocery Fete SALE I have for sale 100to 150 barrels of corn Jim Arnold Texas Kv Mrs B L Litsey has or sale Julf Orphington and Brown Leghorn eggs at 100 for 15 Just received a nice line of baby carriages and go carts at W E Lea bmans furniture store i If yon want a real good shoe try Hamilton Browns comfort style and durabilityP MIPS Sue A Duncan has for sale pure bred S C B Leghorn eggs 1 for 15 eggs- Springfield Ky0R F D 3 If you want a pair of cheap pants at a bargain any size or color I have tnem PS J Thomas Deafy the expert shoemaker is at his old stand with the Blue Grass Manufacturing Co prepared to do first class repair work FOR SALE Incubator d brooder Has been tested and proven to be a good one In perfect condition MrsW H Leach man FOR SALESix tlibroughbred Duroc Jersey shtfats weighingi about 60 pounds Wifl derringer 1RFDNolC- all J atMcElrov Sbaders and gelsome sliced breakfast bacon cr sliced dried beef Slic tohr ier any quantity any thicktoess by our new macnine I STRAYED On my plaqe near K llys Shop about three weeks- aiAo a red and black shoat wrer can have same by prov ing property and payingcostsWillJones The house onMain ahdVal nut streets known as the Mans field property was sold onMtfn day by Goo le Trqax for 3410 W S Goode was the purchaser Mr A C Kimball laims to fcaye the champion winter egg producing hen Iarm During the months of January and February he recevvedtOl dozen feg gs from 110 hensf or 2448 eggs Mr KimbaUisi hens are of the Brown Leghorn White Plymouth Rock nlBUff Or phlngton yaneties Onnext Friday night and all day Saturday there will bear TOPICS t1nJ1J1IfUlJlJ14lJPJJ1 MOO Qjissionery meeting at Ula rJ Baptist church conductec by a band of young men from Louisville who intend going to the foreign mission field Ser vice will commence at 745 Fri day evening All are cordially invited to be present W M Nally President of the American Society of Equity for Washington county will hold a meeting at Cardwell on Saturday April 6 at 2 pm for the purpose of organizing a local union for the A S of E At about 7 oclock oil last Friday eveningvfife was discover ed to be raging in an upstairs room of the residence of Mr NL L Searcy on Main street The alarm was quickly given and the flames were extinguisb ed with bucket of water The fire was caused by the exp os of a lamp and the furniture ionI the room suffered considerable damage The fire department vas on hand promptly but it was not found necessary to turn on the streams from the fire hose vAs has been the custom for years on March county court days there was an iinformal pa rade of fine stallions on the streets Monday The horses made a creditable showing of Washington countys breeding Among the horses shown were Mr B B Loachmans Chestnut Dare L D Bakers Red Bin and Sunshine W R Cocan oughers Rayview Prospect a fine yeung stallion owned in Marion county by Bohon 4 Son was also shown S M Campbell reporto county court Monday as being well at tended for such busy times Hogs on the marketat about 20 per cent off from 30 days ago Plug horses plentiful add not much in demand milkcows from 20 to 52 There were about 20 mules on the market one lot of six Yearlings was offered an taken down at 8650 per head OneVpairof mare mutes 8 and 5 years SId sold for 330 Some 2year old mules were offered but not sold It was considered a dull day throughout by both buyers and sellers Death of Mrs Ray Mrs Fannie Bpone Ray wife of Mr WiujamE Ray the well known farmer of the Pleasant Run neighborhood died Tuesday night in an infirmaryin Louv yule where she had undergone 811 operation for tumor The operation which was per fermed last week was rfppur ancllhadsured that Mrs Ray was getting along nicely Unexpected corn plications arose however and death was the result Tbe news of the deatli of Mrs Ray cast a gloom over ihe community in which sliohad lived all of her Jifehflil whereishe was greatly loved far her many chrisjiatf virtues She was about 52yeasof age and was a daughterof the late Isaac Fro1 man at one time one of the county s most enterprising far WlLS1marriedand they have a famnyoften chiloren There perhaps never was a more devoted wife and mother nor kinder friend and neighbor than Mrs Ray and she was a general favorite socially and in her church She was a valued member of Bethlehem 1 1 VV L k L OOOOOOOO I EatSPA OF ts 1 ToDay Friday and Saturday k The ost complete line of Spring and Sumnvr ever shown in Springfield wi be on display on the HalsIIk above mentioned at my salesroom beautiful Diess Tailored Hats and Ready tcwears The children are e ecially proyidtd for in all the latest styles of head c wear for all ages f I J1 You are cordially invited to come in and see our stock I I MISS KNOTP 91 p Pos ffice OOOO OOOO i9 church and uever tiredin doing good The remains were brought out yesterday and the funeral will be conducted from Bethle hem church this morning by Rev a L Purdom the pastor The greatest sympathy is exten ded to the bereaved husband and children 0F RriAL M L Searcy and daugh IMrs Ethell returned from visiting Mr and Mrs John Searcy in New Mexico last Friday M sII Phil McCiibrd and little son Philip of Hopkins ville are visiting relatives here Mr and Mrslts Mayes spent Saturday and Sunday in Lexington visit ng their SOB Robert who is attending school there Mr John J Grace our clever Town Marshal who wefit to Henderson vilfe N C in Janu ary for the benefit of his health returned Monday greatly improved He says that he has not felt so well for years and that the climate of the North Carolina Mountains tyas made a new man out of him Marshal Grace will probably resume his duties as Town Marshal on the first of the month Misses Katherine and Marga ret Russell spent a few days in Louisvill last week Mr audMrs Gilbert Carpenter have returned home after a mouths visit in the Blue Grass Mrs C F Bdsley spent two WS lest week in Louis ipoI Mesdames A R Shultz arid George Tucker spent Tuesdnfy tetaron j Mr and Mrs W T JrcElroy visited Mrs C D Gatos mid Mrs Joseph Qtojbropke iin Louisville lust week Mr and Mrs T D Tappspni Sunflsiy in Baidstown Miss lCathrine1Vhartonire turned from Louisville Saturday aftei speiding tfvvo months with rolsttives I Mr Rod Wharton of Louisville spent Sunday with his parnte Jjere r V Mr IV F Jtfeikhk went K Gravel Switch Tuesday to sue his mother who is very ill viies Mirgaret Hagn spent one day llast week in Lebanon Miss Sarah Simins and John Kelley wtre in LebYrton one day last week Miss RoseMacVin has returned home aftor a yfsit to Miss Jar n1t Hgan i Misses Annie MAElror hatl Mable Wijliams bavo returned home after a few days in Louis ville Mr Os rOurr1 returned from San Anionja Texas lust week after two months stay for his health Mp and Mrs Byron Croake arrived home Monday after spending two months in Texas and Mexico Both were much improved in health and were dtE lighted with the country bu think Kentucky the fairest ol them all- Mjss Myrtla Price has returned home after a visit to Miss Ger trude Sicker of Bardstown Mr ViIl Stles of Bardstown spent Monday here Mrs W K Marks Miss Jen nte McUabe Messrs Gwin and Perry Marks spent Tuesday t in Fredericl stown Mr David R Litsey has returned home from Chattanooga Tenn Miss Mayme Donelly of near town was the guest pi MIss Mabel Price last week Hon WD Claybrocke has returned home after a visit ir Scottsboro Ala I Mrs Hamilton Robertson and little son are visiting relatives in Bardstown Miss Florence Hamilton and sister Louise of Frederidcstown spent Tuesday here Mr and Mrs george Me Bride Mr and Mrs Samuol McBride and two children of Louisville and Mrs G Bs Haw kins of Lawrenceburg are visiting lhand Mrs lILSearcy IMiss Matilda Boyle of Lfeba sltcLMiss Carrie Edelen Tuesday Mr George Medley of Owens b ro visited his family here this week fMissMinniii McClllan has re turned from a weeks stay in Louisville where she studied the latest styles in Millinery Ilfr Jack Beam of Early visited Mr and rots John Y Mayes Tuesday Miss Sue Ray and Mr Ed moud D NfcElroy were visiting Relatives at Bloomlield Tuesday Misses Kate ndRioxie Wake held of Maud were shopping in town Tuesday Mrs Vf K Marks is in Louis villa to meet Iier brother Mr Nell of New York who stopped m Louis llfe on his w yto New Orlaans to see his sisteu Mrs Hugfi Stiles iislu Louis vrllfttp day- MissMaf mie Knotf of Naza rath speut the tatter part of last wq ak visiting her mother Mrs boe Kntt MrsI J H Hopper was in Lou rillcthe first of the week Mrs F M Martin and Miss Francis spent Tuesday at Wil lisburg the guests of Mrs T J Miller Mr and Mrs John Durrett of MltrfIw ek r jnines C and LottiaEtflghes pi BloomirBld were here Monday rsT R Dnrrott rfei vifeiting hw mother Mrs Motch at- Fa t irfield MV andMr S B Thompson are in Louisville this week Mrs E Carl Ltsfy anddaugh rtgag gtgaEe ai Eg qatE A CORDIAL INVITATION 1I L4 is extended you to enjoy our advanced SHOWING Xi B SPRING MILUNERYffi i g Pd Friday and Saturday March 29 and 30 m 9 m mAn unusually beautiful line of Pattern Hats ReadytoWears and Tailored t1 WAISTSatamine our stock before buying your Spring Millinery II i MRS WILLIAMS i EtgfI EiaEt StE1f1ES aEtf U Advance Showingof1bePahiof i b 6rGQinjjI FOR SPRING AND SUMMER AT THE BIG STOREf We have the exclusive sale of this justly celebrated make of LadaMisses Suits and Coats The styles are in accordance with th iJIuitst dicta I Fashion The Fabrics are especiallyselected The vrnrkraar Jnp M lhoroifkt x rJ We want everyone to see ourIgetdckQf c r f t tf I Readyto Wear lirliitsr i IIOf all kinds You will find here some special good things iin LadUe WlwU Lawi Shirt Waists from 50c to 5each Silk Shirt Waists 298 to 6 Sateen PetticOats j 98c up Silk Petticoats 5 up Full stock of Ladies Muslin Underwoar 1 Wrappers zfhH Dressing Sacques We are showingthe newest Lasts in LadieSShpes 1Yd9 lordSWe are anxious to Show You Favor s wtaacaL The ROBERTSOUCLAYROOKE CDC II 1N BJnst Received New Dress Goods Silks and Trinnniiig IJ a4T uS I ii w Its Worth Ii g traveling oor long distance z to have your teeth extracted It Without Pain Qr Danger q- IwIw All work guaranteed 5 A L GLCRUME D D S Bardst vn Ky A 33 a a 3 333 33 3a ter are visiting her parents Judge W E Selecmanand Vifel neett Mr ai Mrs Colman Miss Nor Cleaver of Lebniion yisited friends in town Sunday Miss Ola Barbee qf Adairville is visitiug her sister Mrs W N 1 Kroker i MrT B Blandford and wife who have been living in Bell county the past three years and I bad charge of the commissary ntl1 BUraight Creek mimes returned bare last week Mrj Blanfordi was cdmpeHed by bad health totl= resign his position to seek a climate that would hsoefit 5 serious tljroat affection contrac tod while in the mountains Mrs Blan ordwill remain here with her mother Mrs Nannie Simms i KILLS ERSEtf1 Mollie Reeling Drinks Car bolicAcidandDiesi MS Mollie Keeling aoN young woman abouu 22 years of W ago and a daughter of Bill JJ- krmmerhorn living near Will isburg committed suicide MlnJ day afternoon by drinking aro halff ounce of carbolic acid The cause of the young womans rash act is not known although she is said to have written a long lletter to her folks just before she took her life Which probably throw some lightWIII theaffair She had beeji plojedas a domesbiciirtheJami- ly vf Mr T J Millar for some roiweek and the two appeared to have had a quarrel iO- IfIle young woman left Mr 5 Millers home on onlayafteW noon and Went to own j t and at atari 50c1pck fjbo t swalloW bOt a half ounce ofpf carbolic aeid which she was currying 3IM die4 in ag pny a t5 i Houtoladed6 IIs The8 8ii B rT Iflfl97 Almost every icounty and adjoining countiesshave learned from experience Ithat wemake a grade of harnQa J that gives satisfaction to the itrade You can come to the fac- tOry and examine the material 1 fi and see it made and see that Yle fuse no rotten or burnt stock That is why we cqn 4 i 1 Guarantee 1OUf Goods i Insist on the HdmeMade iAaTICLEandjE your DEALERcan t yourwanU com to us aad wi will tI JKMI tlspsWSebthfactory4 iRepairing Neatly none ji At Reaollab1e Price Blur GRASS MANUfACTlJRIIWi CO 9 oH tfor CLOSE i 541H AHEMTION Is what I give to l1j work brought md ana uJ a result I am ableI l GUARANTEE Wjj ifvon have a clock to mend or wish bort EESIGBT Cto hj ifA perfectly tfttedjgiiari Ififaprtparei i6 wait Mjroit i jlts j Graves l tMlnJ3tr t OppOSite Pxsbvriaa ebircb ii Sf ck tr lairlb v ningr Hyttt was calhdI ut rl7unai fc toaave the girls llftl i l Itt 5 IIJQf ha jaq uw 41 I t1 M oio sisal Pk PIIMi ihUsprtog Date later GKO R MATTJNGItY LEGENDS OF SCIENCE r YMfc In hiitl Reck the Msit Gi sntio MinhI toadtd prop entomb d solid rocki JipriHt mythsk u arise from i imperfect pteprtation of the cir tuuittKw ifeder which rach aii 2gjs rdiscbTeredw writes Dr WilaoL4uPkee creatures i tainly lirt for long p riodi experimentMtthej rncloEe 4 in cavtties and deprived of water dr other food But the fabl credita these pent vp amphibians witk leafing for untold geological ages If this were the case these zoological Rip Van Winkles would t prove really to be far older than the iildelt i0llillr arid toads which if of course absurd When a rock i 0 mashedup Boone can then as ijiert tbatit was a solid mass and ithe posiibility of at toad or frog ia lits youBg state gaining access to the interior of the rock through tome crevice and growing so thai itljliwuld riot escape from its du tnc- vile never seems to occur to the Mia ef the who are fond of per t 4Trptttating stories of such modem j giiiraclesThe notion that certain animals supposed to have long been extinct t may still live on in remote and inaccessible parts of the earth is one r frequently exploited That gigantic bird of the New Zealand islands theme is said every now and then to feave been discovered alive but pot living moa has ever been fonna though its bones are common depositslefi t ft depths and rising seldom from vTthe ocean abysses reptilian forms t if hugs size have been credited with 0 accasionally revisiting the glimpses if the moon But reptiles require 1 to come to the surface to breathe- for they possess lungs alone as re spiratory organs Even the turtles 4ud that are capable of remaining for long periods below water must now and then take in a fresh supply of atmosphere One very curious illustration r r the alleged revival of some gigan tr tic animals is found in an account 1lIven seriously and exactly in scien tific journals in 1878 The animal i I tin question was called the minho It iso It was believed to be an earth Ivorm of gigantic sizeinhabiting Mhe highlands in the south of Brn ztt This underground monster was saidto attain a length of fifty yards a and a breadth of five yards and was J covered with a bony armor Popu i lar acopunts credited it with being a worm but it is hard to conceive of exhibiting the characterany worm isHcs given of this creature WhichI zap s idto uproottrees a lie veryye disturbances oitheit oil in its borrowing operations AIIH Ask dof r1lStephcn A Douglas who will be v renfembered in connection with lint coinafc Springfield was very demon strative in his professions of friend 1ship One day he sat own on Beverly Tuckers knee and throwing t hs arm around the Virginians shoulder said Bev old boy lllove cyou Dougas said Tucker will you always love me cy eSt Beyerlyf1 surely will But persisted Tucker will you love roe when ybuget to be presi dent 1 fudeed youISWell said Tucker all I want 4 you to dothen is to pick out some public place and put jour arm arouijd my neck just as you are dos iihgnow and call me Bev 5S Left His Imprint J 1 Count J JMius Andrassy says the Budapest Keue Presse was a hand tsome man and was particular about his appearance He had a habit of I A smoothing with his hand his richly oiled and greased hair One day an important document had passed the Austrian council of ministers r ifc in the contents Of which Count An ffrr Ik drossy was interested ShortIyaft er 1 met the Austrian president of the ministry Prince Auersperg who said to me Count Andrassy has read the llatest document- Howd youknow I asked tffl have discovered on it therm prints of Count Andrassys fingers leAuersperg answered laugh eaSsS KerjrxK to CflaeJalen Shot Patteri Dennis Horgan the worldJBcfiam plon shot putter will be at the Uni versity of Pennsylvania assist Coach Mike Murphy In the development of the red and blue shot putters He is originally from Ireland but has teefi la New York the last two years Hr will be a big addition to Penn coachlnsr staff WhIlo he has np offi cfal connection with Penns athletict tat rs he will assist the men In many ways I I79Iii Still Alive Tiwiiny Byau says he will com out- 1tF tt retirement nnd fight Joe Thomas If je of the Frisco clnb will hang up i1 110000 purse 1Origin of Various Apples 4 recent bulletin from the Maine sta tlon contains the following interesting inforrtiatlon about the origin of severa f of the different varieties of nppJbs As In the case pf pears the0eyrto lipphi apple which Ja usually regarded as a standard of excellence orlg 9 Bated a chance seediufg nearly 2b years agO Because oMts better adaptation to the climate the apple wa- vI mach more widely grown than th T pfiiri sad the production of new vane fIr HicfN i seed was very cOmmon Ui LTr7 I e tly hsweveti the vane r chanceii Mt IIItt lp 17421ooki1t 5M from Coe iriBaklwJn vrho m brii It Into tlweral ein1t es4s apy rIgziatkig near Rochesl 4 1IMr K X jdMwt 1800 the B xburr XwMtt me JwuttiiiH ang In shocji mot At old r coo ircial variety oua toftt lu tkk way p The Taking cpHabll The old cold goest a new one quickly comes Its the story of a weak throat weak lunfs a tendency to consumption Ayera Cherry Pectoral bresksuphetk1EcO1dhabkit Ask your doctor about ire ThebHtkIadoftstLeaiio4 Mzou x11 ttluers PILLS BAKYWet II JWeJ the Just =reKwithplll eaCh AYM1 4BUTTON MAD J r The Height of the Craze In the TINe Sof Luis XIV presen1theim lections are the gold buttons discov ered at Mycenae at the time of the excavations undertaken by Dr Schliemann and also those found in the tomb of Childeric I The latter were exhibited at the Louvre in the Musee des Souverains Thy are made of gold and of colored glass imitating garnet Buttons detach eg from copes and religious garments of the middle ages and of the irejiaissanca have also been discov ered But the richest things of the kind beyond a doubt are those that were worn by Louis XIV M MazeSen cier in the Register of Diamonds and Presents to the Kingat present preserved in the ministry of foreign affairs gives an official account of the buttons of that pompous sov ereign It is as follows Feb 3 1685 Montarcy jjrev sented to the king eighty diana buttons valued at 180030 livres May 7 1685 Made and deliv ered by Sieur Bosc six diamond but tons 30000 livres July 26 1685 Handed over by Montarcy to the Marquis de Seigne diaImondAug 7 buttons fi7 fiCfi livrput Aug 16 l 85 Three diamond buttons69OGQlivres Dec 20 1685 Four diamond buttons 83775 livres item jn the same year IAnother 1685 Furnished by Montarcy ior the kings vest forty reight goldbuttons each set with a diamond and nmetyslX clasps for tyeight of which were composed of five diamonds each and fortyeight of one diamond each 185123 lives Also 38i clasps for the doublet of the king 162 of which were formed of five diamonds each and 163 of one diamond each 1006345 livres In addition there were seven or namental clasps of three diamonds each 201270 lines Sundry presents thirtythree or namented clasps 574366 livres That foots up a total of about 3000000 livres for the buttons of the great king for the single 7ear 1685 The preceding year Louis XIV received a lot of buttons that were valued at 1071000 livres In these enumerations there is no xaen lion of the diamonds for the shdes the garters the cuffs and the hata of the monarch We are obliged to admit with bur coats and overcoats garnished with miserable little cloth and bone a- f1fairsfancy button business compared to the dudes of the days ol Louis XIV Paris Figaro Where Brides Are Hungry How would a bride in this country care to fast on her wedding day until after the sacred ceremony and this after enduring the hardships of a farewell party given the day before Yet this is what a Russian girl is supposed to do As the mar riage to be fashionable shouldnot occur until evening it may easily be imagined in what an exhausted state she is to commence her new periodof life Besides bridesmaids there are bridesmen these latter be iing obliged to present the Brides maids with sweetmeats A person zee follows tthfi ivrocession bearing r I1OOJi II ferUiift and by follotrle It m5- CarW ny c Mn It S WrfcUv oiAU JJl l 1 Si oa eiegantij mounted picture or Christ in gold and silver which is itationed against the altar The bridesmaids do not all dress alike and their number is unlimited London Answers Hie Way of PaIring A number of years ago at a small town in Maine an important local election was to take place and there was strong rivalry between the Re publicans and Democrats Old Hi ram Morse the blacksmith was a trong Democrat but many of the farmers were Republicans tn the morning of the election a farmer same to have his horse shod The blacksmith said to him Were both busy Yourea Republican and Im a Democrat Lets pair off Well neither of us vote and it will amount to the same as if bothwent to the polls This was agreed upon After election it was found out that Morse had paired off with five Re publican farmers Kiss 61 be Snake There Is scarcely an animal In till cre ation that has not an Instinctive horror of snakes Consequently any natural ly defenseless animal that is wIse nnd clever enough to Imitate a snake gains thereby a means of defense that Is apt to prove very valuable in case of at tack Many of the cat tribe apparently avail themselves of their powers of mimicry wheIl face to face with an enemy by assuming the hissing Bplt ting manners of thq viper There are numerous fierce animals that would not h to attadk a cat but would think twice before seeking an encounter with an angry snake The wildcat has her home In a hol low tree and her tender kittens would make a toothsome meal for almost any prowling wild beast bad their mother no way of scaring off Intruders Even the boldest will hesitate before Inserting an Inquiring paw when greeted with a hiss from the angry feline who with ears laid flat against her head tier eyes glaring and her fangs exposed looks In the darkness threateningly Ilk a fierlous Cblcaf Newa- tj t 9 timta I the Orc r There are mOT ways of caring for an orchard We work our land In corn as long as possible In order to cultl vjite the trees and keep the land clean This Is to prevent us being troubled by rabbits Where there ate no trees or grass we can put tb richness back Into the soil with clOver If the land Is tlch this clover may be cut for hay if poor It should be left and turned under to enrich the land as much as possible Never plant any of the small grains In the orchard Growth is the roost nec essary Item for the young treeT II Todd Missouri fVltb the Ro ter The healthy hog is the grass fed bog A thoroughbred boarthats what you want Brood sows should be neither poor QOt tat Good bedding Is always necessary in the hogpen Dont try to keep more hogs than t rou can feed profitably The more the hogs lIvo in the pasture he better they will do Sunshine and fresh air are great dls nfectants Dont kut them Gut of bog hOuslu Got Back at the Plumber The Rev Dr JJ 0 Peck once pastor of Trimty Methodist church was not only fond of a good horse but ofa good joke and hcould preach a good sermon 0 e year funds were low in the church treas lily and it devolved to some extent upon the pastor to see that money was raised A meeting for the dis cussion of whys and means was call ed the doctor being present The directors suggested that some of the wealthiest members of the congregation be called on and asked for private subscriptions To this Dr Peck agreed A few days later he was met on the street by one of the directors Well doctor said he how are you getting on money raising Fine said Dr Peck as his eyes twinkled I went around to several bankers merchants and man ufacturers but it was of no use Then I thought of the church plumber who robbed me last month so I went around to him and held him up for ths lull IlmountBos ton Her lt tf A Way et Putil r It How old did you say she was looking askance at the Htrongmlnded daughter Twentytwo t Gracious but shes young for her age Philadelphia North American DamgeroBJi Lake She They day that sailing on lakes Is considered far more dangerous than on the sea HeI guess thats right lie heard f more engagements made In a canoe than on steamship WASTING STRENGTH f 5SWomen who suffer from unnecessary disagreeable painful weakening female complaints yill find that Wine of Cardul is a safe and pleasant remedy for all their ills It acts directly upbn all thie delicate inflamed tissues purifying the blood throwing off the clogging matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular scanty profuse painful catamenia prolapse etc Also relieves headache backache dizziness cramps dragging pains nervousness irritability etc f If you need advice write us a letter telling us all your symptoms We Will send free advice In plain Sealed envelope Address Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co ChattanoogaTenn t oALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN LOO BOTTLES Y6vi Female TrWes- e sitata snake WINE Oop CARDUI c I w 21jtk9A A o D4R bOVtSOfl 1COR HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL FarmIngg Impleffleilts apdToolsd ij t II Seeds Clover Timo thy Alishai 4 Blu GrassRed Top aplig- Northern white Oats etc HARNESS Buggy harness G Plow Wagon and all kinds of r strap goods g A QAFI RE MCHUEACTURED AT ADRIAH MICHIGAN r1OtliPLlhey I to the rodTlwneaviest woven wire standard farm fence on the market RITE TOR PRICE AND DESCRIPTION P OF P p lit s I a p tt II 1GREAT NATIONAL HIGHWAY BtithualaNtic Aatoliiln rinn One ttvccn Chicago and Xw Inrlf Dr Gardiner 0 Chapin and II Suj gent Michaels of Chicago nrrivedt cently at Nov York after covering In ah automobile ijJOOO Ulnas seeking a route for a nutiotml highway between Chicago and New York They left their city on Sept in and since thou hunt been surveying roads studying tIlt soil of which they are composed pho tograpliiug the surrounding country ynrking on their maps the location of gravel pits mid quarried anti gathering material for a prescn tlon to eoiires f n proposition lint the govornrnjut place its mark of Miinruval oil anil jf jvc Its aid to the constnivtloirof a national highway between the two cities snyi the Philadelphia Public ledger Dr Chapln Is a young nina of venlUi He Is nn enthusliistle autoniobiljHt who doesnot bellevp In exepctlinK thespewl l limit He is not interested In automo bile races although he Is inuPli iutor ested in the development of the piso line engine and the storage bAtter He believes that with a highway that will furnish good troliR ilcrom luilf the continent the vions tates will then iconcentrate lir KKMI roa11i niovemcutH Into pr Ming fowlers for that highway and tt t cventuulFy trvel by automobile il be common between Mutant xnd that titp farms will he able tn assert theIr imltv peudenct of the railroads si gasoImn nnd eluitrie velikltivs becone cheujwr und more Iltfftl to the demwndH ol 1farmers Dr Chuplus trip to New York has provided him with n sot of field no so complete tliHt lie htJlIC1lI omjntm fxnuot fall ly belaWreted Ui theta They liiclutle coiulitfous of sell KnIll er fntuges locution f grsvd iIs stone quarrios stone deposit lug tlonsfor roads tint wilt fe Hl the main highway and much general iiiforniHtloh valuable to road construction exports Dr Chupju when he has Iln1sli sj witU his resurvey will present lite ml s sad materials to repro HttatlrM Iatroatsress and have tli mutter tHk n up Ht comriiittee Whcit his luau Inw the stump of NpprovMl oft Ute Fmfutt-he agitation for highway will be started in tho state lo1ilatures Practical lllarnl u of Kcon Ohr The following Interesting Itrtn hi from n personal letter to the edttor nt the Good ItoadA Magazine from W W way thotOIWWr oC au luiprbved road we take tbe llbPrtj rf printing the extrmct referral is It serves fo show the farmerwbat ftipM rood reallyI1lcRna Justaa I opened your tetter a Iter fres j Prlncw Georp a county came In It-we ar built nearly four milca of road to three different Actions of tide couarty MM ot which was on the road betwen WaaitifMC ton and HyatUtvlile My calkr thta morn Ing stated In Ute course of hl coavcraa bit that a prominent rtrtdnt near Hy Rttflvllle told him only the oUter 4a that while this mIIewtte WP Improved 1atyear tipd to be aiatovt the orttMdtl- C road between his flat and UM oily Vaclitngtoa now whenever hen a toad ot produc into the city seat bark to hU farm two hore out of tt tAa Msoon as It reached the near end of our Improved ectkmt And was he raid beginning to realize In a more Nit itantlal and Intimate way than ever be fore what the improvement of the roan try rOM according to modern method U meant to tho Individual farmer TIINTS FOR Scours In Pigs Young pIgs kept In dump dark dirty pens are more susceptible to thk tile ease than kept in dunn penn anti lowed plenty of exercUc i ure air suiuiilnt Scours often eaut1 within the first few days afterbirth l rthe fcvdrlsh condition pf the motbo nffectinj the character of the inlfic Fermented foods slops moldy corn etc wlion fed to the sow will aim cause her to Rive toxic inUk Chilly damp freatbor getting out in the wet grass when young and artificial feed Ing aye must firequcjit rnuscH Soiia DUtbreaks tjoem to be due to a genii is Is the c yje In calve and Iambi Scours beIng a dispute due larrely ad dietetics and hy icu1 the proven ire trtintiuont Is of there Iinportanif than the m dIcInMtrIJli consists In correcting error hi feeding anti k are At the tlint of farrowing the ov should bo fein ll1it easily digested ration the pen kept clean mid drt and the pigs aVowed peiity of exercise und pure air lf the sioilrs id tine to a feverish Condition of thp mother or to Irritating food she should be given two or three o iAccs of castot oil T check the scours In the pigs a few drops of laudanum can be placed on the tongue or n large dose from one half to one tablespodnful administered to the sow This should be repeated if neces8aryW R Gilbert in Chlcagr Inter Ocean j Not So Flattering Miss GIgglesrHe remarked that I was swanlike Wasnt that nice of him Miss Knpx Oh I dont know He made that remark when you were try tog t9 ping 3 4 c e ments C Pows Cultiva PSTarrowsAA A Drills POULTRY AND FIED FENC ALLKINDSp 7AFULLLINEQFUPrODATE HMDWARE GROCERIES MaejiasslI FARMERS 1ftto d- 2eA GOOD DOCTOR V willrecornrnend BALLARDS KOREHOUND SYRUP Evpry cough weakons the lungs lowers the vitality breaks down the Liswmi and loaves the syrtem In a weakened condition CAHfing it to be jnor snsc pUhlo to the cunsumptiye enfj Bollards Horehound Sprtip will cure the tough and strengthen the system IeJ The Chi Wren like It L Mrs C H Runyon Stanberry Mo vrIto I hipe usdl your UnUardH Horruiound Hyrupiuid find it avery useful medfcina for coughs sod colds anti Uiftiot nil lung Stroules It iM very peasant to take aifflve hMo no troJihlein inducing the children to take it I roCotft mend lUiighiy Dont wait utfUl that develops intoa snore dan gfrorta inaliMiy Save yourself and ohlldrori inauy sick pells and inunrea long antIha1thyl lifa IRES COUGHS COLDS SORE LttNd- SluoiycHrns HOARSENESS VYHOOPINI- COUUH ANDALL LUNQ TROUBLES Pleasant I 25c5Ocmd 100 to Quickto s I Ballard Snow Liniment Co SOO502 Nor h Spcond Street 4IST LOUIS MISSOURI I planters ISold and ReconiiTiended r RedT Or All Loa Wvy wt tdwiaja tp jTtsMt the grirxl of KrrfWt wear A tjJuralnKry of uaraate frffthe excellence our fine rile dt rI- cO peci ty pb t t crest sa pacemaker 4t5I3M for other trades 1RvAHOi1ItR ItAlfR IF YOS MM1 j n p j t 1 rre f i a or t we iiAi e riise snots THAN ANY OmCJ IN TNf Wfst t i 0 diseases known f c easily die = IIt system is so easily ifi t into A Invaluable for Coughs and Colds g AALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND 100 Y vtQO = To removoa cou h you must get at the cold which causes the cnuci there is not hing so good for this as Kennedys Laxative Syrup1 The lizuid coM rallafthAt is MQstJ qukkly effectivethstl1lsrndqaitete the cough and drtve8Gout tW coW Sold by the Red Cross Store News Leader fud Herald 2 C re tropI Thatnnooga 11cTrans Grain etcj AND by Cross Drug Store UIANOND Jp4SIIOESY tand Haitstt Service 4tWcr ourlicavyshoc is ts gratIeofiliocs oftDfrtnty Iwd fiL i noifi HOUJE IQIOOOOOo 1ikeo 0tCt8eDedigested that sinks 9the making bloodand 0eCtgInfluenza IOccO IQlIcOO OOOO Cough Drug bacco cough IJtHt D Vcaiheis Avtrt tv- s Hyt My hOgh were so badit disead Wwith cholppa that I dW uot think medical aid dojM possibly ityp them if ffave tji qm Bur bo a Hog Chplera Remedy aiid itcuted them without tgLuid It iji the only remedy IvcI ever used that would cure hog cholera Sold nail guraDt edbv Ha Jo Itobertson Bpringlsld Ky1 DESIRABLE PROPERTYF- OR SALE BY a- B D LAKE Real Estateand Insurance SprIngfieIdKy ie NO SpringillWarn plenty tobacco land goodwate churchItwo dwehlints plenty of graSs All or the farm ready for the plow Pric f00 Peracre No i lV7 mSpringfieldhickory good dwelling and barns well watbred onehalf mile fro p schoolhouse 0IIia5coNo9 65 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10 108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good tim ber plenty good tobacco land good barn fine orcharcd good large dwelling Will make fine dairy farton railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12 The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 10 19G a res7 miles fro Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Prit S3U No 18 174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room dwell ing on good pike3 miles from depc one mile from school and outtuildingstlO e fence Price 32 No 19 275i acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stpck barns cow hous two tenant houses two good well youngorcl1adallhonse carriagehoase all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20 250 acres nine miles from goodtenanttwo stables 75 acres timber pleni of grass fine orchard 3Q an acre No 21 90 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from t iOOOI121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price Slo per acre No 23 1391 acres 1 good dwellingl 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of to bacco one barn new 1 mile froi schooillSomeill fenced plentyof water Price 835 per acre No 24 166 acres 3 miles frot Springfield on gqod pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 ito k arnj 1 corn crib ice- house hen house meat house cabin to acres of bottom land fence in good tepair Price 60 per acre No 25 248 acres 2 miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling goodi cellar well inyaxn goodcistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60ft under eyeryfieldacres of corn this year No 27 TOt acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres of 1placcb nne well milk house hen house smok house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom fcmd Price 1800 No 28 160 acres 3 miles fromI Springfield on good road 4 mile Iron pikp plenty of tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre eas payments No 34 231 acres In Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bards town6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room bri dwelling fine stock barn cist at barn loft that will hold 20 tons o hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house graihery 2 story painted ma chine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson county PricectOO per acre All limestone land No 15 225 acres fine lad in thtnedge of Springfield Will s llaswhole or divide It Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36 House and lot seven room 1 dwelling bath room Lot 70x210 Sthblei coal house and cellar buggy fyardf house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000EI No 38 180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike Farm in dwelliplrfinestock SstockNd SO 102 acres good four room dwelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentytive acres of tlm ber plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7J miles frou Springfield close zioacre No 40 Fifty acres four room 9 dwefling well fenced and watered good and good grass barn and all outbuildings fine well In yard 2750d No41 liSpringfleldeight dwellingbuiltthis 3 Never failing pring in yard milkrhouse at sprirfir Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn onU sjtock barn willj hold seventyfive muMes Buggy house and all outbuilding Fine grass J plenty tobacco land yhreequarters of a mile from school nd church Price 45 per acre easy pyment 60 v MMr o Nb45 164 oaehajfmiles roodallrbarn 36X36 well watered house rood local pleaty of peracreNo f30 xulea freeSpringfield ftimberstock barn well watered fine tobacco land good femeprice 3750 per acre L No 47 T6 acres 5 miler fromSpringfield teameotitnber1acres82300 No 49 A farm contabaI11g2M eight miles from SPJ acre geopikeseves xretobacco barn plenty tobacco ludgood stook barn plenty water Plentylocust posts Close andschoolper acre No 50 82 acres five inilee frSpringfield on good pike 8roedwelling 5 acre tobacco bUll pletytobacco land and t0QIorchard 8em161 peracre Bloomfield Nobl 15 Nacres 4 nIles from fnCoomeyetobaccouowigpart of NeLson county Good fiveroom dwelling barn will hold tweatyfive acres of tobacco ir In gna fine orchard XhPrice S47 per acre roate 8 No 52yIyII35acres 5 room dweflusq stabecorcrlb ariIfitepike Onethird of purchase all iidown oBeY tirteisNo53 A cltyJeNo54 Tbwn aMQovingtonseveral other peoerty8I priceJUafrSpringfleJd tobaccepiestygrass tbabestOeofWseiefarm eracre No5l 265 acres 3 iles fromSpringfIeld i mile from pike close to deu1sggood barntJlper Kf tot ofMackvilieroomdwelling acresfinepostswellper acre fromlngfiehlacretobaccomeathousene orchard JO trees fine tobacco land close to church 1Utd school Price 30 per acre No 60 330 acres 3 miles fiom Springfield rerorchard plenty of fruit plenty of lbc ofbluegrasslandPricefromSpringfieldroom dwelling 8 acre tobacco barsnew stable new corn crib and b ggy house new old stock barnygoedfeace 75 acres qf tobacco land liniyosome Umber farm all in grass well water milesfromper acteNo 63 180 acres in Nelso couaty tofacre- of grass plenty of fine tobacco land plenty orwater One of the besttq bacco farms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre frmSpriugheldroundwellingew ol4 stock barn 2 corn cfllw lsmoke house and granary Plenty pf fruit 50 acres of fine tobacco laad IocistsPlenty milesfrr rSpringfield on good pik Under good ence 5 roorndwelllng 8 acretobaccoarn new with metal roof good 5ft ofbottolamdPlenty etobacco land Plenty of grass Price54250 per acre INo M 158 acres 8 milesepr- ingfield 12 mile from illw 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco bnsmall stock Some tlmberst acres ofwtobacco l tidGood fence AllimI grass Price 20f per acre a No 67 200 acres 7 Miles from rUWelUngtco barn good stock IiHUiI baggy shed acreafj tobacco land Some timber Price f35 per acre 1KickdwelUngingooq pleatimber60 per acre ii lalriverj tlPuanqipet acre No 70 l445 J acres good dwelll acre tobacco barn1 acre of tae ofillper acre louisvillefeBooming In the man and and hend5s uhliy lietbir r un svltem In the United Siss aM MIC LaADIJICI 00II to Intelti ceIone uitootros rlstk Long lines md of this C you to taUt r 9o itbsfii 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